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Bed Bath & Beyond to close stores, cut jobs in rebound bid

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Bed Bath & Beyond to close stores, cut jobs in rebound bid

"I Mike Gracia reporting Bed Bath & Beyond will close stores and cut jobs in a bid to rebound Mired in a prolonged sales slump Bed Bath & Beyond said Wednesday it will close about 150 stores and slash its workforce by 20% The company estimates the cuts will save $250 million in its current fiscal year In addition Bed Bath & Beyond says it has lined up more than $500 million in new financing As of May the home goods retailer operated a total of 955 stores including 769 Bed Bath & Beyond stores 135 bye bye baby stores and 51 stores under the names Harmon Harmon face values or face values It had roughly 32,000 employees as of February I'm Mike Gracia

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Leadership Lessons From Ted Lasso: Tell the Truth

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:43 min | 4 months ago

Leadership Lessons From Ted Lasso: Tell the Truth

"Next thing is just tell the truth. You know, this is hard, okay? And it may sound funny to you. And as I tell the truth, but just sometimes the situations that you're in just call for saying that we need to tell the truth. This is where we're at. This is situation we're in. And here's how we can fix it. I knew as a pastor and as a member of Congress, one of the first rules that I had from my staff was this. You know, what I ask you is just never surprise me. You know, if you have something that is going wrong or you have something in this man, just don't surprise me. Don't let it spring up because you're too scared to tell me the truth. That either I messed up or I didn't do what I was supposed to do or you didn't do what you're supposed to do, but don't surprise me. Folks in your businesses in your lives and your families. There is a great lesson to be learned is just don't surprise each other. That is when the most struggle come to someone who has been a counselor for years and dealing with this, what I find so many times whether it's business relationships or personal relationships or political relationships, however you want to put them. It is that surprise factor. Oh, well I didn't want to I didn't want to hurt your feelings. Folks, sometimes you just got to hurt people's feelings. Now that doesn't mean that you're out there, you know, going around intentionally being a jerk. That's not what I'm saying, but sometimes the honesty hurts. Some of the best lessons in my life have come from people that were able to tell me the truth. I've told this story many times in speaking engagements when I was pastoring a young pastor. I stood at the back of the church as a church was getting out, you know, parishioners would come by and the people who came that morning and most of them would come out past her, great job, love the sermon, great service, gloves Harmon. Thanks for sharing. And you know, as a pastor and for a pastor's after who might be listening to this, you know, that's sort of boost your ego up a little bit. You know what I mean? I'll say it. You know, you worked on your sermon. You want to get it up very good. And so you're looking for that affirmation and hey, we did it well. Well, a sweet lady came up in her name. She still laughs. She's over a hundred years old and Rosetta and I are. Came to me one morning and she looked at me and she this was about 25, 30 years ago, so she was she was going right along and she was just wonderful at being a sounding board for honesty. She came in and she said, preacher I enjoyed your sermon. Well, of course, I was feeling pretty good. Miss rose had a lot in my sermon. And then she looked at me and she held onto my hand for a second and he said, I like it better the first time this morning, but it was okay. And I sat there for a second, and I said, what? The first time, and what she reminded us was, is I had gotten to a point in my sermon and I thought I had to repeat myself because maybe I just didn't think people were understanding it. And I repeated part of my message and what she was telling me was is sort of a great life lesson is make your point and then

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"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:50 min | 7 months ago

"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Company. Eric, thanks. And. When you look over your shoulders and your folks Alvin and I are still at NRB. We are. We're tired. We're sick of this. We're sick of it. Actually, you know, we like it here. No, we like it here. But we were told to say that. But it is fun because we have so many guests that we get to talk to in our two today, which is in a couple of minutes. We're talking to Neil Harmon of angel studios of the folks that created the chosen. And after that, we talked to another angel studios bigwig or something like that. Well, they launched his. Yes, it's dry bar comedy. That comes out of angel studios. Drybar academy is, well, you'll hear. But they said they got like a billion views or something. I mean, that's what he said, a billion. Literally a billion with a B so that's coming up in our two today. Now there's two things that I want to mention. There's some things that we can't talk about on this radio program for legal reasons. So what I would like you to do, folks, is sign up for my newsletter at Eric metaxas dot com. I have the freedom to communicate things with you there that I'm simply not allowed to talk about on this radio program. I can't even tell you why, but I'm just telling you that Eric metaxas dot com, if you sign up for the newsletter. Is it something about me that you're lying? Well, yes, you are involved in it. But I can't. I can't be more specific than that. But I just want to be clear that I'm a man under authority. So if you want me to share some things with you that I can't share here, go to Eric metaxas dot com and I mean this, there's some, I think I'm going to finally sign up for the newsletter. This is intriguing. Yeah. Eric went taxes dot com sign up for the newsletter. I mean, there's plenty of stuff there that we will share related to this program like videos and fun stuff. But there's some things that I can't share on the program for legal reasons. And so whether I'm kidding or not, and I'm not, you want to go to your taxes dot com, tell your Friends, we live in a weird cancel culture. So that's one place where I can reach you. No matter what, so I want to encourage you to go to air decks that come in. Before we go to our break into hour two, we're here to tell you that we are not even close to raising our goal for food for the poor. Food for the poor, that's what we're doing a campaign with them. And I want to encourage you folks to participate. We want 100% participation. We were going to ask for a 105 and we were told that a 105% participation is mathematically not possible. And I said, okay, what about a hundred? Is that possible? And somebody said, okay, we'll say that that's possible. So a 100% participation, that's what we're looking for. But that means that you, and yes, I do mean you and you and you, not you actually, yes, you too. All of you have to participate. Now, we're not telling you how much to give. No. Because everybody is in a different place. But everybody can give something. Maybe you could just give a very little bit. Maybe you want to break it down, give once a month. So just to give you credit card or whatever it is and it'll come out of your credit card once a month and it's a small amount. But the need at food for the poor is great. There are kids that are starving in places like Honduras, food for the poor is there showing the love of God by feeding the hungry. Think of this, folks. I mean, imagine you couldn't feed your kids and some strangers show up and they say, we will feed your kids because people have given money so that we can do that. We're food for the poor. How would that affect your view of the church of the people who claim to be Christians? It's one of the most powerful things imaginable. It's a powerful witness, and I want to say to you, food for the poor has been doing this for a long time. It's why we work with them. So I'll give you the phone number, maybe you prefer to call, but it's easiest just to go to metaxas talk dot com, click on the banner every single person who participates is going to be entered in a drawing for three incredible grand prizes. All right. But if you don't want to go to metaxas talk dot com and click on the banner, you can just call 8 four four 8 6 three hope 8 four four 8 6 three hope please do it right now 8 four four 8 6 three hope. Thank you..

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Keith Stubbs Tells Us About Dry Bar Comedy

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 7 months ago

Keith Stubbs Tells Us About Dry Bar Comedy

"At the NRB. You've heard of it. It's a convention that meets in a gigantic, it's kind of like one of those hamster rabbit trail. What do they call those things habit trails? It's kind of like it's at the Gaylord in Nashville and you're encased in plastic. You can't get out. But nice people stumble by. One of them just did his name is Keith Stubbs. He's the president of dry bar comedy. I like comedy and Keith Stubbs, welcome to the program. I'm so glad to be here. Thanks for having me. Okay, my pleasure. Now tell us what is dry bar company? I mean, I know a little bit about this already, but my audience does not. They're going to know about it right now. We're going to lay it out. Drybar comedy basically, we are the largest streaming and compilation library of stand up comedy in the world anywhere. We have over 500 comedians that recorded comedy specials, drybar comedy specials, and our slogan is funny for everyone, which means everyone's gonna think it's funny. So in other words, some of those records of red fox where he works blue that would not fit into drybar comedy. I think you're exactly right about that. Red fox is not a good fit. Red fox is not a good fit. So I gotta tell you, I love red fox, but he didn't need to go there, okay? And you're telling me that dry bar comedy, it's actually funny, but it's also something that you wouldn't be afraid if you're 12 year old was with you listening to it. That's exactly right. We just believe that there's a whole segment of the population that's underserved as far as stand up comedy. I've been in it for a long time. I started doing comedy in 91, and I've kind of been around to say I've been around at all. I would say that's pretty accurate. I've been around for a long time, but this segment of the population that is underserved is bigger than I think Hollywood or the industry would even recognize.

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"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:59 min | 7 months ago

"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"You've come to you and say, what about this? What about this? Our audience jury is reviewing about one or two new torches a day. Torches. That's what we call them. What do you call them torches? Well, because the Statue of Liberty, believe it or not, was the first crowdfunded project in America and Frederick bartholdi was a French artist. Everyone thinks that it was made by the French government for the U.S.. Right. But it was an artist who just scraped together enough money to make a torch. And he carried that torch around for a decade and showed it to people, just like Dallas took the shepherd around to show it to people and he raised $14 million in today's money to build the Statue of Liberty. And he blew it all on the horses. And the statue never got made. You go to New York, it's not there. I can't believe you know something that I hear stories like this. And I think you might have told that story a year ago and I forget stuff quickly, but that is an amazing story that the Statue of Liberty was crowdfunded in that way. That is just a beautiful story. That seems like a story worth telling. You know what I mean? There's a story worth telling somehow dramatically because it's so beautiful and the Statue of Liberty, it seems to me means more and more with every day that passes. When get this when Frank Capra came with his father and immigrated to the U.S., they were sick, they looked at the shore in New York and he pointed to the statue and he said, son. That's the greatest light in this world since the star of Bethlehem. And that's how Frank Capra started his career as a filmmaker in America. I'm not kidding. I did know that story. And Frank Capra, one of the greatest filmmakers who ever lived, who made the kinds of films that I would think angel studios. So what we aspire to be proud to make. But when you think about it too, it's a lot of times it's people who come from the other side who appreciate American freedom in a way that many Americans take it for granted because they can't really imagine a world without it, although under the current administration, you need less and less imagination to see how horrible it can be. But I got to tell you, when I hear that story about Frank Capra, how beautiful. It's just a gorgeous idea. And along with that poem that says, bring me your tired, your poor, yearning to breathe free. So that's why we named it angel and our logo. You can see the statue in the background and our local colors are the colors of the Statue of Liberty. And we see ourselves as a place for the outcasts of Hollywood. Emma Lazarus wrote that gorgeous gorgeous poem, how does it start again? Give me your time. Give me your tired your poor, your huddled masses, you don't need to breathe free. The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. I mean, it is such a noble, noble idea, a beautiful idea, and how wonderful that you have stolen it, Neil Harmon. No, that you're using it angel studios, Neil Harmon, just so proud of you and what you all do. God bless you. Thanks for your time. Thank you, Eric for having me on..

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"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 7 months ago

"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And I'm talking to the head of angel studios. Those are the folks behind drybar comedy. And the chosen among other things, the chosen being the most famous, the chosen you finished the second season you said. You finished filming it. Yes. And Dallas Jenkins. He's the director. Is the director. Yes. And so how do you, how do you pull something like this off? I mean, anytime you do anything like this, I would just imagine, you know, you'd need some theological experts. You need some people around you to make sure that you don't go off the rails. Yeah, so Dallas wisely formed a biblical advisory council that he sends the scripts to to get their feedback and there's a Catholic scholar. There's a evangelical scholar. There's a messianic Jewish rabbi who all give feedback and input into the scripts to make sure that their biblically sound and that they'll reach broad as a market as possible. And he was very wise to do that. We have other creators who are doing something similar. Now, did the Catholic scholar insist that Mary should be portrayed as an Italian woman? Because so there are instances where Dallas overrides it's a good thing you don't have a Greek Orthodox scholar because he knows that she's Greek. No, it's kind of funny whenever you're trying to, you know, it's like you're trying to do something by committee. It's hard. And at the same time, you have to do it when you're doing something like this. Well, and it's not by committee. I don't mean that, but I mean, you need to get that input. There's just no way. That's the input for the market. But he ultimately, he has the creative control for the project. So you're not, so you're saying Mary was not Italian? No, I'm saying that Dallas portrayed Mary as having suffered pain when she gave birth to Jesus. And there are Catholics that don't like to see that. Oh, actually, that's interesting. See now that I love that because that's theologically very interesting.

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Angel Studios' Neal Harmon on Creating Meaningful Stories

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 7 months ago

Angel Studios' Neal Harmon on Creating Meaningful Stories

"And I'm talking to the head of angel studios. Those are the folks behind drybar comedy. And the chosen among other things, the chosen being the most famous, the chosen you finished the second season you said. You finished filming it. Yes. And Dallas Jenkins. He's the director. Is the director. Yes. And so how do you, how do you pull something like this off? I mean, anytime you do anything like this, I would just imagine, you know, you'd need some theological experts. You need some people around you to make sure that you don't go off the rails. Yeah, so Dallas wisely formed a biblical advisory council that he sends the scripts to to get their feedback and there's a Catholic scholar. There's a evangelical scholar. There's a messianic Jewish rabbi who all give feedback and input into the scripts to make sure that their biblically sound and that they'll reach broad as a market as possible. And he was very wise to do that. We have other creators who are doing something similar. Now, did the Catholic scholar insist that Mary should be portrayed as an Italian woman? Because so there are instances where Dallas overrides it's a good thing you don't have a Greek Orthodox scholar because he knows that she's Greek. No, it's kind of funny whenever you're trying to, you know, it's like you're trying to do something by committee. It's hard. And at the same time, you have to do it when you're doing something like this. Well, and it's not by committee. I don't mean that, but I mean, you need to get that input. There's just no way. That's the input for the market. But he ultimately, he has the creative control for the project. So you're not, so you're saying Mary was not Italian? No, I'm saying that Dallas portrayed Mary as having suffered pain when she gave birth to Jesus. And there are Catholics that don't like to see that. Oh, actually, that's interesting. See now that I love that because that's theologically very interesting.

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"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"There's no doubt about that. It's kind of a I mean, you know the famous quote William F. Buckley said I'd rather be governed by the first 300 names or 3000 names in the Boston phonebook than by the faculty of Harvard college, right? In other words, that there are these elites that are out of touch and they get to run things. And you really want people with common sense. To be running things, right? And that's what you've done. You've applied that. And so instead of having a bunch of pointy headed 23 year old executives deciding what gets made, you've been able to actually to put it out there and to say to vote people, what would you like to see? That's right. And it's just the people who have previously invested who have the chance to be part of that decision making body. So if somebody wanted to bring a show to angel, they bring their torch, they'd show it to the audience and the audience would vote and decide not us, not the executives. They'd decide. See, this is so fascinating. This is like democracy in action. This is the free market in action. It's actually, it's really wonderful. Now, if people say, I don't, I haven't watched the chosen. How would they find it? What are the ways that they can find it? Great. It's really easy to find any of our shows. Go to angel dot com. You can find drybar, the chosen, and everything there. You can download the angel app on your TV OS, your Apple TV on your Roku TV on your Google TV, fire TV. You can download it on your iPhone or your Android phone. You can watch the chosen and all of our other shows. We will be back continuing the conversation with Neil Harmon, the CEO of angel studios. Don't go away. No I'm not. Living I'll tell you what's going on hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth Talbot have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like next shoulder back hip or knee pain, 1995, about a dollar a day, but what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month. If it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older or to the three week quick start for 1995, let's see if we can get you at a pain too. Go to relief factor dot com. Relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it. It.

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"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:52 min | 7 months ago

"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host, Eric the Texas. Folks, it's the taxes show. I am at the NRB in a place I like to call Nashville. Music city. And all kinds of people are here at this convention. It's the NRB convention. And one of those people is Neil Harmon. Now, I talked to Neil a year ago in case you don't remember, he is the CEO of angel studios, which is to say he's one of the geniuses behind things like, oh, I don't know. The chosen dry bar comedy Neil Harmon. Welcome. Thank you, Eric. It's good to see you again. I'm such a fan of what you do and what you have done. I just want to say that up front, it's so wonderful because people in America have been hungry for the kind of entertainment that angel studios produces. So thank you for doing it. And if you don't mind my asking, how did it start? How did you get the idea to do what you're doing? And describe it a little bit so that I don't. Yeah, you bet. So we started in 2013 when some brothers and a cousin said we want to we want to have great stories for our children that we can watch together with them that we like them and they like them and that don't well that reflect our values. And so we started with something called vid angel, which allowed you to skip stuff. That was inappropriate for the home. And we got sued. And now if you don't mind, who sued you? Because okay, so in other words, you took Disney films and you said, okay, if I want to watch this film with my kids, I would have to cut out this word or that word or that brief scene or something. And you did that. You made a business out of it because you know that there are zillions of people looking for that kind of about half of parents in America were looking for. Okay. And so and you're telling me that Disney decided to sue you. What were you doing wrong? You were getting people to watch their movies. But, well, they had copyright arguments and they sued us in California and we lost. We appealed. And we did well enough that they settled with us during COVID. They were losing a lot of money. I don't know of a company that survived a lawsuit from Disney, so we're happy to be alive. But during that process, we said, let's go ahead and start our own studio. And if the old time studios won't play ball, then we're going to compete with them directly. I just love it. I'm just thrilled. You're most known.

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"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:39 min | 7 months ago

"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I am at the NRB in a place I like to call Nashville. Music city. And all kinds of people are here at this convention. It's the NRB convention. And one of those people is Neil Harmon. Now, I talked to Neil a year ago in case you don't remember, he is the CEO of angel studios, which is to say he's one of the geniuses behind things like, oh, I don't know. The chosen dry bar comedy Neil Harmon. Welcome. Thank you, Eric. It's good to see you again. I'm such a fan of what you do and what you have done. I just want to say that up front, it's so wonderful because people in America have been hungry for the kind of entertainment that angel studios produces. So thank you for doing it. And if you don't mind my asking, how did it start? How did you get the idea to do what you're doing? And describe it a little bit so that I don't. Yeah, you bet. So we started in 2013 when some brothers and a cousin said we want to we want to have great stories for our children that we can watch together with them that we like them and they like them and that don't well that reflect our values. And so we started with something called vid angel, which allowed you to skip stuff. That was inappropriate for the home. And we got sued. And now if you don't mind, who sued you? Because okay, so in other words, you took Disney films and you said, okay, if I want to watch this film with my kids, I would have to cut out this word or that word or that brief scene or something. And you did that. You made a business out of it because you know that there are zillions of people looking for that kind of about half of parents in America were looking for. Okay. And so and you're telling me that Disney decided to sue you. What were you doing wrong? You were getting people to watch their movies. But, well, they had copyright arguments and they sued us in California and we lost. We appealed. And we did well enough that they settled with us during COVID. They were losing a lot of money. I don't know of a company that survived a lawsuit from Disney, so we're happy to be alive. But during that process, we said, let's go ahead and start our own studio. And if the old time studios won't play ball, then we're going to compete with them

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CEO Neal Harmon on the Inception of Angel Studios

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:39 min | 7 months ago

CEO Neal Harmon on the Inception of Angel Studios

"I am at the NRB in a place I like to call Nashville. Music city. And all kinds of people are here at this convention. It's the NRB convention. And one of those people is Neil Harmon. Now, I talked to Neil a year ago in case you don't remember, he is the CEO of angel studios, which is to say he's one of the geniuses behind things like, oh, I don't know. The chosen dry bar comedy Neil Harmon. Welcome. Thank you, Eric. It's good to see you again. I'm such a fan of what you do and what you have done. I just want to say that up front, it's so wonderful because people in America have been hungry for the kind of entertainment that angel studios produces. So thank you for doing it. And if you don't mind my asking, how did it start? How did you get the idea to do what you're doing? And describe it a little bit so that I don't. Yeah, you bet. So we started in 2013 when some brothers and a cousin said we want to we want to have great stories for our children that we can watch together with them that we like them and they like them and that don't well that reflect our values. And so we started with something called vid angel, which allowed you to skip stuff. That was inappropriate for the home. And we got sued. And now if you don't mind, who sued you? Because okay, so in other words, you took Disney films and you said, okay, if I want to watch this film with my kids, I would have to cut out this word or that word or that brief scene or something. And you did that. You made a business out of it because you know that there are zillions of people looking for that kind of about half of parents in America were looking for. Okay. And so and you're telling me that Disney decided to sue you. What were you doing wrong? You were getting people to watch their movies. But, well, they had copyright arguments and they sued us in California and we lost. We appealed. And we did well enough that they settled with us during COVID. They were losing a lot of money. I don't know of a company that survived a lawsuit from Disney, so we're happy to be alive. But during that process, we said, let's go ahead and start our own studio. And if the old time studios won't play ball, then we're going to compete with them

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"harmon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:57 min | 11 months ago

"harmon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Harmon and a company that I actually building out to and audio products that are going into this product I'm basically if you look at end product perspective harm and for instance they are supplying systems according to automobiles And every day this is a race trying to get the part expediting substituting product and our customers are trying to change their skill mix so that they can be able to ship their products typically which means less volume but higher premium products that can go on for a while but I think eventually it's going to catch up On the side of a component supply is Samsung which is the largest semiconductor company they are doing everything they can In fact we announced 200 billion investment decisions semiconductor But as I told you it takes time It takes time to build things It takes time to assemble our teams And in this process I think it's creating a difficult scenario Everybody's really working hard Everybody trying to accelerate it But also issues that there is a shipment issues If you look at some of the disruptions that are going on in terms of the shipping the unloading products all those things are requiring also a lot of disruptions as well Let's talk about your fun then More than half a $1 billion to invest in early stage deep tech startups So we're talking about big data We're talking about AI chips cloud digital biology What are your big goals here Especially in light of what we're seeing the world needs right now You know I think that when we say deep tag it's an area that we actually don't recognize the importance as much we used to And if you think about the way we send the paper to moon and other defense really expanding there have just create new technologies the vaccines that we all use today that are developed within a year and RNA would not be possible without our cost spending without the fund spending that ahead of its curb So I think it's really important we think long term and I believe that we have to use science and the disruption and market opportunities to make an impact And that's what deep tech bandage about We think that data infrastructure data requirements are doubling every two years And the truth is the current architecture the network the software and operating system have to improve and that's an opportunity of people like us There are a lot of concerns around data privacy and ethical AI you're seeing the battle between Apple and Facebook or meta over our own data And I'm wondering if there's any concern that not gathering enough data or not gathering more data could slow the advancement of AI down You know I think that there are two different issues right Technology is not good or bad is how we use it And I think the more data around our body can give you a lot more knowledge about our health we can give us a better proactive diagnostic rather than reactive care that we see today which can reduce healthcare costs So that's a clear example of data that can give you better insight a time on the striving could have been an example of how we can save lives But then how is that data they can be able to balance the need and advancement of our need as well as it being able to deploy and ask our way And data is not about data is around the bios dishes that we have to create So we need to make sure data is now biased We need to make sure data is used properly So these are some of the things that we have to think Things through and we have an opportunity to work on this Last quick question young you were on the board of arm previously and I'm curious if you think Nvidia is going to get this deal done and if you think it's a good idea.

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Bozo The Clown (MM #3853)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Bozo The Clown (MM #3853)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, if you grew up a child of the 70s and 80s, Bozo the Clown is likely a part of your life. Bozo is one of those characters like the lady from romper room, whichever your teacher was in route room. That was different in every market. But most people remember Bozo from the Chicago WGN Bozo gun by Larry Harmon, who ended up branding Bozo and taking it nationwide and owning it up until just this week. Larry Harmon actually passed away a few years ago, but his family's company owned the rights to both of the clown, and now it's going to make a comeback. Actor David Arquette is a part of what's called the open empire circus in New York City and is going to make Bozo a part of that. It's strange to think that a character we once loved on television for many, many years. Bozo ran on WGN until the early 2000s if I'm not mistaken. Maybe Bozo is going to make a comeback with David Arquette and we'll find out how that's going to happen. Will it come back on television? Will you be throwing beanbags into buckets and winning prizes? Will I doubt that will happen? But it's interesting to see an icon of our lifetime coming back thanks to David Arquette.

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"harmon" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"harmon" Discussed on Drum History

"So you're looking up josh harmon. You can find me on instagram. Handle is josh underscore harmon underscore. But if you just type in josh harmony it comes right up youtube. Josh harmon tick-tock. At josh plays drums. you'll find me And then on the youtube channel. You can see if you're interested in more about french german. You can see the trailer for the documentary. That i made about it Which is the name of. the movie is called lack. Poke sweet deal. Even or english translation would be keeping the beat and so you can find that on youtube channel. It's pretty pretty far down there. Al-shara's they're all shared on the notes so people can click it if they listen and the full movie is about forty minutes long but it when i originally performed it at amherst. I performed the drums score. Live so the way it's meant to be viewed and this is like. I feel like haughty like tear my film here but basically it's designed to be viewed in conjunction with live snare drummer and so hopefully At some point maybe when things are it's easier to do to release it briefly in talks with the cultural embassy france york city to do a screening some hopefully. I'm hopeful that that will pan out also. I have an entire book that i've written about this topic which goes through. The history of the snare drum goes way deeper into all the stuff that we talked about today and it also has a focus in its final chapter on the role of the snare drum in the french revolution. Which something that. We didn't even get into but it is really really interesting. And i sort of philosophize about the meta nimick function of the snare drum in a revolution. And that's something which has a lot of parallels to modern times. And i think we could all not from the humble drum. Yeah so that will. Hopefully at some point be released as an actual thing collectively posted. Yeah yeah so. Josh is going to be kind enough to take you know ten minutes or so and hang out and talk to me a little bit more for the bonus episode this week on patriotic and few. Listen to the show you probably know. By this point you can go to drum history. Podcast dot com..

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"harmon" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"harmon" Discussed on Drum History

"Welcome to the drum history podcast. I'm your spark manders. He and today. I'm joined by musician. Comedian and writer. Josh harmon josh. Welcome to the show. Hello so thank you for joining me. I think people probably know you most From your social media where you really do some amazing I don't even know how to describe it. I guess you recreate the sounds of movies and scenes and clips Which kind of has a trap drummer feel. My history rain goes to that but That you're that kid. Who does those scratching noises in his parents basement. I think i see. Yeah that's that's me. Well it's super cool. I think you've found a very niche way to you. Gotta stick out your obviously a great drummer. You're a funny. I your comedian. You you get the you you have good timing comedic lee and you know you drumming lee so i think it's really cool that you did that and i i mean it's been a really fun and interesting exploration which has led me to places that i never thought i would go. So it's it's really been just so much fun the whole project. yeah i mean and obviously. We're not going to be talking a lot about that today because you have talked about that on other shows and of course that's kind of what ardila on the show is is we don't do like i mean that's pretty modern so we're here to talk about history stuff but i gotta say i mean you have four hundred twelve followers on instagram. I haven't looked at your youtube. I'm sure it's huge. All you have until talked two point. Four million i mean man you're ura an influence or you're you know you're a big deal. I actually issue the term influence sir. I just wanted to sat anything we can. We can save that conversation for later. Yeah we'll i think we'll talk more about joshua's celebrity status maybe in the bonus episode. We'll do patriot but okay so today's topic though You may be asking yourself if you're the listener. What does this Social media phenom this twenty five year old from new jersey. know about the history of french drumming I learned about.

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"harmon" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"harmon" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"The audio recorder and just sitting on the table between me and whoever i'm talking to and i did five or ten episodes like that before i i wanted to make myself kind of earn before i wanna make sure wasn't one of those things where it's like okay. I i'm on a kick. I'm just going to do this couple. And then quit and like myself kinda of earned the next step or the technology which is not that much a cheap microphone in a little recorder better than my phone. So it's like taking small steps up well and there's nothing with that experimentation especially if it is something that maybe you don't like your might do in the long run you know use investing a lot of money that exactly. You're not continue doing right exactly route so so start out with a little bit you have and realize okay i can keep going with this and then when you can invest it absolutely. You mentioned your students. What do you teach him where you teach. Yes this is now my third semester teaching. Adjunct professor at shocker studios in wichita state. Very cool that's also Yeah this is. This is kind of new being called professor harming. But i am the more here award winning professor winning professor at harmon. That's what i say. Never i answered the classroom like students in. But it's got a cool. I can add that to my resume. That's really cool professor but yeah this is my first. Sorry this my third semester teaching. And so i i mainly do a lot of my classes are very introductory So it's just basically let them know what we're given souls into getting into this field. That's that's the long and short of it I try to teach them practical applications things because a lotta are going to have their specialty classes and they'll learn all the details all the software and rigging and stuff in the learn all the details of math class me on this teaching them the basics..

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Tennis Star Osaka Lights Tokyo Olympics Cauldron as Games Open

The Jason Smith Show with Mike Harmon

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Tennis Star Osaka Lights Tokyo Olympics Cauldron as Games Open

"Opening ceremony was this morning our time Naomi Osaka lit the cauldron. Keep in mind Japan 13 hours ahead of eastern time. So for example, every day Noon. The next day in Tokyo is 11 P.m. eastern. Here.

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Eloy Jiménez to Begin Rehab Assignment Friday, Ready for White Sox Return

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Eloy Jiménez to Begin Rehab Assignment Friday, Ready for White Sox Return

"Yasmani, Grandal and Nick magical remain sidelined with injuries, but Ellen Harmon is set to begin his rehab assignment. It's a little over 3.5 months since he tore a pectoral tendon in spring training. Here's some men is on rejoining the first place White Sox in the near future. We want to dominate the league so It is good to see the guys. Uh, how it played right now.

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"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"They're telling you we don't like it. That's right right. That's interesting using the free market to your advantage. Yep i like that idea. And so how many people come traditionally to to you. I mean it seems like you know people. Listening to this program are suddenly going to say. Hey i got a short film In my dresser drawer let me pull that out and put up there and see what happens. So we get requests daily and we have a process for people to apply and to be able to have the chance to be funded. But i mean that's really exciting that you're doing it that way. You're not just doing it for the projects that you have initiated. But you're you're letting other folks come in. Well we think that the audience the community a no better than a few executives in hollywood. What's going to succeed. Well we know that's true and it's of funny that it is true. You you probably are familiar with william f. Buckley once said rather famously that he would rather be governed by the first three hundred names in the boston phonebook then by the faculty of harvard university and what he was making an important point in a clever way that you know your average folks They've got common sense and they know a lot more than the elites do because they're in touch with reality and that's what. This country was founded on the people governing themselves. Not being governed by elitist globalist. Ball's not that there's if anybody is a member of an elitist globalist kabbalah. I'm not here to offend you. You you can worship satan and dues you like. But i'm just saying in my world that's a bad thing so so what What can we look forward to. Because i'm really fascinated. This seems like a possible game changer. For me for for for for the country for the world to have this as a possibility that creatives can just go do things and you can see what happens. Yeah what this means is that everybody out here can be part of stories that matter. You can have an impact on culture. You don't have to sit by the sidelines and so even if you don't have an idea if you're not a creative you can go there and see if you like something and send one hundred dollars to say. I want to invest in this. So let's say somebody puts in something turns out to be real dog and it doesn't reach a certain level then. Obviously that money goes back to the people that's right so and who determines whether the funding being asked for is appropriate. Whatever you guys do that at angel studios or how does that. There's an application review process to make sure that that they have the they have to rule. This is ordered liberty this is representative government electro college. There are a group of you that have to be involved. It's not a bad thing so the creator needs to actually publish information. Like what their budget is. They need to say how they're spending the money. Yeah so we don't actually say your budgets incorrect or it's correct but they need to be accountable to the audience and the community for what they're saying of course and and we see those as fixing themselves. That's right it. Sounds like a limited government operation. I like it. i'm still fascinated. When did you get the idea to do this. Because this is a really huge undertaking. So the idea started in twenty twelve one some brothers we thought we want to create a product for families. This is you and your brother. Yeah brother therefore brothers the floor originally and but only two of you were in the ad agency that did the potty stuff three three yep all right and you said you wanna do what so. We wanted to create a way to show our young kids popular. Hollywood movies without like without the f. bombs and and then we thought if we attracted an audience that we allow them to skip over things that they found offensive that we would be able to create content for them. That was better than hollywood is creating so we created a company and then the idea for the crowdfunding came when we were sued by disney in two thousand sixteen and and we were sued two weeks after we asked our audience whether or not they would be interested in investing in the company disney got wind of that and they sued us to to stop that funding. And we said well forget the funding. We just need to survive. You guys still wanna invest and we said we need five million dollars to to beat this lawsuit and they invested ten million dollars in five days and one of the brothers after that after that happened he called me and he said q. Imagine if we applied this crowd funding model to media and the idea and nothing ever. That's right are you kidding. Who wants nothing ever happened. In america went down the tubes. Thank you very much. Glad that that you neil harmon saw the possibility because it is funny. People get ideas but to actually execute on it. It's a big deal. This is a big idea. Angel dot com is where folks can find you. We've got thirty seconds left. What else do we need to know. Were shot in for hurry because that lawsuits totally over. The thing is over. Whole thing's over. Wow so We survived disney lawsuit and and onward and upward from here. So if you want if you're a creator and you want to. Yes i am. I if you want if you want to answer to your community rather than to hollywood yes they do then go angel dot com and if you are a movie or film or tv series fanatic and you want to be part of stories that matter then go angel dot com back shows that put some stuff up on there and we'll book my audience to see if they like it. This is a brilliant idea. A wonderful idea neil harmon. God bless you folks to angel dot com. Thank you thank you eric..

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"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"So we my brother and i co founded or my brothers and i co founded a an agency. It's called harman brothers. It's called what harman and brothers We made ads for squatty potty. The purple mattress poop ary chat books. You've seen equal products. I gave you two game. I must have been listening. So most of your your products were not fecally oriented. Plus that's a plus because more than fifty percent feet and secretly oriented products that brand you the wrong way but okay so and you said enough of this crap. We're going on tv so so let me ask you. You're an ad. Where did you grow up a part of the country. Do you grow up in a farm boy from idaho farm boy from idaho. Okay and did you ever think you'd be doing something like this not now. I live now about an hour. South of salt lake city. Allow an hour south of lake city. And so yeah. You're not exactly in hollywood. No and that's a positive you're in touch with the heartland well okay. So angel dot com can all the things you've mentioned. Can we find them there. Yes you can or you can go. Look up the chosen app or the drive. Our comedy app bar comedy thing. That's so great. How long has that been going. It's been going since two thousand seventeen and that's just online. Obviously well it's available. You can search for it on roku on sirius. Xm radio it's on it's on itunes. It's it's everywhere. Isn't it fascinating. How the market has just fractured. And we have no idea where it's gonna go but it's so dramatically different than where we were think. We're going to go to a break folks..

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"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"harmon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And what you're doing. God bless you to be continued at the end. Our means air contacts is show. I'm talking to neil harmon. He's the ceo of angel studios Neil i understand that you hate hollywood. We have in common. What are you. What is angel studios. So angel studios allows creators and To answer to their community rather than hollywood It sounds like a bullet point Like a slogan. What do you mean by that that means. Have you ever heard of the chosen. The chosen tv series starring. Jesus yes i've never heard of it. So the chosen was funded. By nineteen thousand people season was funded by the audience by their community and and then angel studios provided a distribution platform to take that to the world. Gee i wonder if we could do this. Chris chris. himes is here my producer. What a great idea. When i heard about this. I'm not up on everything. I understand crowdfunding and stuff but the idea that you're able to film a sorry to fund something which everyone i talk to says is fantastic. The chosen you can find it online. There's an app but it's really super high quality and you have funded it that way and so you're doing other things that way or is this the main thing you're doing right now. So no before the chosen. Our first project was called. Dr are comedy which gets over a billion views a year. Ri- bar comedy. What does that mean that. It's just stand up comedy. That's funny for everybody so rand safe. Yeah how can you be funny without the bumps in this day and age. Now come on but so it's called dry bar comedy. How do i find that Just drive our comedy dot com dry bar. Comedy dot com. Yep so you funded that and what. Part of that needs to be funded. You need a brick wall and a microphone. So what are you doing the distribution funded so we shot over three hundred Standup comedians from all over north america. And then we built out a distribution mechanism for it other projects that we've done recently are a freedom series an animated series about freedom. It's called the tuttle twins so like a mixture between the simpsons and the magic school bus. It's educational and it's super funny the simpsons and the magic school bus my heads exploding so and it's called the tuttle twins. Okay so and you're working on other projects. What's in the pipeline as we say in show biz we just so. Andrew peterson wrote the series. The wing feather saga the wing feathers. Saga yes that sounds if he what does that about it is. It's like some kind of a fantasy trilogy. it is but there's quite workable feather saga. Does it have kind of like tolkien writing on it and stuff. I hate that stuff. Go ahead there's four books so you can be in on this one. There's not three okay. If i can be in then i like it. Okay so but you you have other stuff. i mean. this is a lot already that you're talking about wing. Feather just closed a five million dollar round to make their first season tuttle twins the same. We did a around for.

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Embiid, 76ers Beat Hawks 127-111 to Take 2-1 Lead in Series

The Jason Smith Show with Mike Harmon

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Embiid, 76ers Beat Hawks 127-111 to Take 2-1 Lead in Series

"Billy shot 58% and beat the Hawks won 27 1 11 Joel Embiid with 27 points. Raptor forward Pascal Siachen had shoulder surgery and could miss the next five months. The NHL is off tonight and tomorrow number one

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Braintree Offices Recovering From Friday Shootout

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Braintree Offices Recovering From Friday Shootout

"A Braintree police officer who was shot Friday is out of the hospital officer Matt Donahue was released from Boston Medical Center yesterday afternoon. A second officer who was shot Bill Cushing remains hospitalized. The suspect, Andrew Harmon, was killed in the exchange of gunfire Friday. Police dog named Kit also was

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"harmon" Discussed on By His Grace

By His Grace

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"harmon" Discussed on By His Grace

"Around around the world been when siblings figure out how to work together and all not let it rip them she since right so absolutely even some of the big food entrepreneurs that started off in In big food companies were were brothers that started in the restaurants that we still go to today and some of the food companies. So yeah it can definitely be a success because you know each other well But i know that it can also be challenging. But i think at the end of the day if You know you just remember that you love each other and your family and it's kind of like with with Like my husband. And i we will never get divorced like. That's off the table so we can argue and come back together in though that it's all going to work out at the end of the day. So that's that's a beautiful thing. And i would just say that we don't say were not in the jugular in our marriage or house. That's right and the You know with seventy nhs. There's a. I think the bigger problems in people were with us because there is some intuitive stuff that comes when you communicate well when your siblings without even talking sometimes in a lot of people are like i had no idea that company change. I don't know he's another iron brothers. But yeah it's it's we will. We've had to embrace systematising a bunch of things first. We were so familiar working together and just kind of took for granted not everybody on the same page and so we had to implement different systems and trading and things like that so member so that it it permeates the culture rather than Just feeling like it's going to happen automatically. But i would echo what jeopardy says that at the end of the day Relationships are going to be more important than Then business and then money. And i think we've seen firsthand in Some close family relationships that have been hurt by By hard feelings of different business decisions and things that have been made and And i think we kind of all decided the same way kind of taking divorce off the table of that relationship. Just kind of taking out like this isn't going to ruin like we're going to make business decisions together. We're going to work together and were going to disagree at times and even even passionately But at the end of the day we're not willing to let this ruin our our relationships that the relationship is going to be more More lasting or eternal in any of the money or the success that might. Yeah that's great daniel. Now that i'm talking to you at love to know more about the harmon brothers so you are responsible for some of the craziest most successful ads like squatty. Potty about fell out. When i saw that ad purple. I know you've got lots of Ads that are are successful. So what is the secret behind the harmon brother. Success or him if i if i was to boil it down to a lot of things i mean i first of all most. We had a really great team of creatives that make all the happened. So it's never just one person And i would say so much of it really starts with us choosing products and services that we believe in So trying something like a mattress or squatty potty and really being like okay this is this genuinely makes people's lives better. I want other people to know about it. And then i'm so what's a such concepts and ideas kind of come from that place of thinking like a doctor would of actually having a ha moment with a product of like route. This thing is really cool on like for example of a low meteorologist really this really works for me and And so that's our starting point is that we were careful about Who we partner with them. What proxy promote that. It has to be something that we believe in emotional about. I always say around here that nothing sells better than the truth. And i i believe that when you are authentic and That belief comes through in the way that you present the creative and so that's one of the things and then an assignment that while obviously we've we've leaned heavily on on on humor To be able to communicate messages. That are either Taboo something like you know. Cologne health with the squatty potty. Or or you know the smell of boo like with something like three or four but looney or discussing things that maybe are a little bit more boring and lifestyle on something like tunnels that could maybe be seen as a little bit more owning. Or i'm a taboo subject like Like abortion We did a campaign For bats for safest storks or or pornography We did one with coming in nice so humor is a really good tool to educate because it kind of taxes people start and we blind are heavily on Media writers people have a lot of experience in in in writing comedy. Either from a standup background or an improv or sketch. Comedy background of some kind of may breen on that tool set to our ads mess. That's very helpful then. I think we've just done a good job of mixing worlds of storytelling with branding with Traditional marketing direct response marketing of like getting people to buy right the into run their credit card right away to make an order immediately. We kind of mixed those two things together in a way that has now become known as kind of buy off a harlem brothers ad so Successes from so long winded answer to a short question. Yeah definitely have a signature. Look you can tell. When i see an ad i was like oop. That's harming brothers. So yeah that's great. Well you mentioned comedy so let's Let's talk about the dry bar for a second jeffrey when The dry bar was pitched to investors. What was the response. So were we initially. There's a major utah. Name is sema. And he had done some stumping. He came and talked to us and he said he pitches this idea doing. Stand up that He's like. I can go get some good clean. Comedians can sue the show like netflix. Dozen on cost very much ninety. And i just do. A couple of shows became back to and said how about we fifty over the next three months because we thought it was a good idea. We pull the trigger on that and investors of them doing really need you like are deeply concerned like i do. Yeah what are you guys doing this. This is a saturated market is Everybody's standup is totally. Nobody's interested in a bunch of clean comedians And that was based on just kind of looking at the world from the perspective of ac. Netflix does tons and tons of standup. Showtime does tons of stand of. Hbo's again santa. Yeah.

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New Lawsuit Filed vs. Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson

The Jason Smith Show with Mike Harmon

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

New Lawsuit Filed vs. Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson

"Quarterback to John Watson has now a 23rd lawsuit against him for sexual misconduct during a massage. One of those 23 was dropped and the plaintiffs in 20 of Original 23 lawsuits have revealed their names in

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TikTok Dances: Who gets the credit?

ICYM?I?

02:02 min | 1 year ago

TikTok Dances: Who gets the credit?

"Addison. Rae easterling is a white tiktok star. Who has a whopping seventy nine million followers. A burgeoning pop career and a starring role in forthcoming reboot of. She's all that because clearly. We cannot make a movie. That is not a superhero. Movie or reboot in twenty twenty. One now lives detected. Last week she performed the dance of cardi b.'s. Up which is the current number one song on the country and absolute bangor. If you haven't heard it often stuff up tennis. She performed this dance tonight. Show jimmy fallon. Addison i'm so happy to have you on the show here in studio we appreciate it. Thank you so much for for for doing this. And thank you for teaching me. Tiktok dances. I tried but the thing is. It's not actually her dance. It's true. creators are two black texas teenagers. who were just sitting in class. When they learned one tiktok biggest stars had gone viral with something that they had created in the segment. Jimmy fallon is standing on stage holding giant cue cards With the names of various tiktok dances written on them. Well his house band. The roots plays covers of each dances corresponding songs and each song plays. Addison begins a new dance including the dance. You are having deja vu hearing this. That's because this quite literally has happened before a little over a year ago tick tock actual biggest star because believe it or not having. How many followers did you say. She had a seventy nine million. Having seventy nine million followers does not make you the most followed person on the platform. Charlie allio tiktok biggest star came under fire for popularizing the renegade dance without crediting. It's true creator of black atlanta teenager named delay a harmon. Eric only credit after an online uproar. Which is exactly what's happening now to maya johnson. Chris qatar the two kids behind the up.

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Accidents And Aging,  Learn How To Avoid Them

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

05:34 min | 1 year ago

Accidents And Aging, Learn How To Avoid Them

"Back with us. Today is our favourite cool doctor. Dr aleida mucci. You may remember her from last month when we talked about. Frailty today we're talking. Oh all things incontinent. So thanks for joining me today. Thank you very much. It's lovely to see her again. Jerry to hopefully soon we'll be able to travel and now my husband's go to europe so we have a lot of people to meet over in the uk soon so and me. Smile american college of physicians conferences. Which i used to do every yes. Oh yes looking forward to. That sounds terrific so last month we talked on. Frailty what it is how to prevent it or prevent it from getting worse. What's on on topic for incontinence today. How is that tied into aging. Will danny wed do. I stop you can enormous topic and a very interesting run and i think as we get into the conversation i like to get a couple things out there straightaway and the first thing as incontinence and age in on the same thing incontinence at any age is malt known as we get older and if we spot experiencing We shouldn't just say well. would you expect i. May you five ninety of those things happen. Not it is not normal to get incontinent. So eat back east happening. Medical attention should be sought because yes of course. We're experiencing certain down that in terms of our blige urination bottles of apple. Talk about this zoological. Changing changes in our water systems. However incontinence is abnormal. The sun at the second thing is it can happen at any age at fifty year old can be incumbent yet and nineteen year old lady campbell accidentally fine with the gains so these are the two important facts to consider what it comes to the aging changes incontinence. I will mean we will be talking about blood today. I think it will be too much. We'll maybe talk about bowels. If you have any questions but let's concentrate on the blood or in today's podcast. So when it comes to changes in changes of cools the bladder muscle which will detroit muscle does get a little bit on a mind of its own and will get more contractions mowing one in trade contractions and sunday out the blue. You might have been the toilet over half an hour ago and you saw yet energy. So that's one of the changes way experience. The capacity will how much you the blubber can hold before it Tells your brain that you need to empty your blood. That capacity goes down as well and then of course. Let's not forget as we grow all debit develop problems. Most commonly mobility problems arthritis muscle weakness. And of course the pure ability to go to that will becomes a challenge. And we'll get back in. Time sometimes can lead to their little accidents piece of the main agent changes when he to know about amicus please coupled weight changes in their body for example aud as the old abbey develop sound failing and harmon of the blood vessels are on the brain. Will that small vessel. Schemic changes are Disease that of course has an impact was won't our bodies regulated by multiple mechanisms up mainly by the brain. If you had the blood vessels of the brain for that will have impact on your brother and the blood to contracting voluntarily So these these are the main main aging changes. They need to be arou- make sense so we need to take care of our brains that we don't have bathroom issues. All that's that's most set jerry and go for a danger. They you a good point because we need to take account of our brain people with strokes people who go wall man Let's say that there are many reasons for strokes. Most common causes smoking diabetes. Obesity and sold this risk factors lead has had have recovered strokes and of course strokes is one of the main risk factors developing bladder problems as well. So what patients. With stroke do developing continous do develop imola These involuntary contractions which in medical terms were cool. All were active blooded syndrome so it leads to urge incontinence simple mechanism as imagine he'll blah. It consists of one muscle which is called the truth himself and he just contracts might warns involuntarily. So that's a basic sob- ov- that always active syndrome in swam back communist conditions which we see in our post stroke patients

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David Fincher's Mank Scores the Most Oscar Nominations of 2021

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

David Fincher's Mank Scores the Most Oscar Nominations of 2021

"Will lead the parade of Oscar contenders and Hollywood's 93rd Academy Awards. NPR's Bob Mondello has more Hollywood loves a Hollywood story, and this year it's embracing one about the man who wrote Citizen Kane. Call me Mac Mac. Thank thanks, mate. Thanks is Harmon Mankowitz. But where to call him Manc Black and white Netflix production, which did not play in movie theaters. Thanks to a pandemic dispensation this year from the academy, Manc received 10 nominations, including Best Picture, Best original screenplay. Best actor Gary Oldman, Best supporting actress Amanda Sife, Ret and best director, David Fincher. It's followed in the best picture category by six films with six nominations each Judas in the Black Messiah, The Father, Minotti, Nomad Land, The Sound of Metal and the Trial of the Chicago Seven and one with five nominations, promising young woman The Oscars will be handed out on April 25th Bob Mondello NPR news The NASDAQ composite

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Wide Receivers Were the Order of the Day on Franchise Tag Day

The Jason Smith Show with Mike Harmon

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Wide Receivers Were the Order of the Day on Franchise Tag Day

"Today was tagged a in the National Football League. We found out stars that we're getting the franchise tag, which may preclude them from Changing teams, and we found out some players that didn't get the franchise tag. Wide receivers were the order of the day and Alan Robinson gets the franchise tag. Chris Godwin gets the franchise tag will have more on Godwin and Brady coming up in a few minutes because this is a really big deal. But now who do you go after right? Who's the number one wide receiver you go after, and The guy who was going to be the beneficiary of this. And look, we've talked about who the three best wide receivers were gonna be in free agency this year, right? You and I did this about a month ago, and it was Robinson and it was Godwin and it was Kenny Golladay. You got it? And I know that that some people are going to be a little nervous. About Golladay. Oh, he was hurt. Last year, he was on pace for his best year in 2020 until he got hurt. I am so in on Kenny Golladay. Getting hurt last year doesn't concern me. You know anytime, you miss games, whether it's zits calf or it's a hamstring. It's not that big a deal right? And it's not something where wait. There's a big injury and maybe they're not going to be as fast as they once were. It's not that big a deal. I go after Kenny Golladay because he is everything. That a team's gonna want in a wide receiver. He can be the big target in the red zone. He's someone is going to stretch the defense. He is terrific. Listen. Matthew Stafford has been blessed with good wide receivers and great wide receivers his time in Detroit before he got traded to Los Angeles and Kenny Golladay. Is that good? I mean, he's going to get paid and He's the big winner today with the other guy's getting franchised and Kenny Golladay is going to get a lot of money and rightfully so, because he is extremely talented. I love the kid. Congratulations to him. Not only will he get out of Detroit and whatever the next phase of their world is, but he's going to get a mountain of cash to do it.

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Brady rookie card sells for record $1.32 million

The Jason Smith Show with Mike Harmon

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Brady rookie card sells for record $1.32 million

"Million is the price that was paid today for football card. It is believed to be the highest price paid for a football card in history, eclipsing the previous record by nearly $500,000, a big fan of Tom Brady bought an autographed 2000 playoff contenders champion ticket card from his rookie season at an online auction house earlier today, And here's the thing about this Mike is That boy 1.3 20 for a football card. It's insane. It's only an eight on the scale of 1 to 10. As far as the shape the card is in. I'm stunned that, you know, Okay, this money is a big deal. You obviously you pay, but it's not even like it like a 98 or a 99. You know if this is an eight on a scale of 1 to 10 in somebody paid $1.3 million for it. Yeah, I'm looking at the the news article that's on here, and the one they picture is a nine. So just trying to get clarity there because he's got the sub grades centering, is attend. The others are nine. The autographs attend this one's parallel, so there's only 100 of them. Made as opposed to his regular contenders Rookie card, but they don't come up one. I mean most of the marine private collections in all big Patriots fans or Brady fans who just put him away and I don't know that they have recognized the multiple of the last year of marketplace activity. Right, because this has always been a popular card. But once you got the grated and what the White Hart market where so many players have started to put money in here, and even team owners to a degree into this marketplace, it's really accelerated in a big way. You know,

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Williamson, Pelicans in attack mode, beat NBA-leading Jazz, 129-124

The Jason Smith Show with Mike Harmon

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Williamson, Pelicans in attack mode, beat NBA-leading Jazz, 129-124

"Elsewhere, the pelicans fluster the Western Conference leading jazz won 29 to 1 24. New Orleans made seven threes to Utah's 17, but the difference Zion Williamson showing out 26 points, 10 rebounds. How about JJ Reddick was 17 points, and he converted on to four point

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Gas Station Canopy With Snow Collapses, Crushing  3 Cars In Chicago

John Williams

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Gas Station Canopy With Snow Collapses, Crushing 3 Cars In Chicago

"As temperatures finally begin to warm up on Sunday, the Chicago Office of Emergency Management in Communications on Friday Learned about the risk of flooding and falling ice. A canopy collapsed at a gas station and L word park on Friday was the latest structure collapsed due to the winter storm earlier in the week. It happened at a Mobil gas station, located in the 2100 block of North Harmon. No injuries reported, but several cars were damaged. On Wednesday, a canopy collapsed at an off track betting site on the far south side of the city, killing a 54

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"harmon" Discussed on By His Grace

By His Grace

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"harmon" Discussed on By His Grace

"Welcome to another episode of by His grace today I have with me Neil Harmon who is the CEO of bid angel a Neil Welcome to the by His grace podcast. Thank you for having me on misty it's good to hear. So would you tell the listeners about then angel? So vigil helps you make entertainment good for your own home. And we do this in two ways. One is that you can connect your net flicks and your Amazon prime account and other streaming accounts to vote angel, and then you can skip over things that you find objectionable in the content. So. For example, you could watch stranger things on net flicks without. The language or some people even. Love Jack Ryan without some of the was without the nudity or. Some of the Gore. But they like the history. So it allows you to customize what you watch very easily. The second thing that we do is we take all the skipped choices of the families that use our service and we share them with craters with people who make content like. The comedians who have performed on drive are comedy. And they take this information and then they tailor their performances or their Taylor what they make to the audience and and we make better content that way so. We hope you make entertainment good for your own home. Yeah. That's excellent. Because I know there's a lot of shows that I have friends. That watch that I would never watch because of the nudity or the violence or the whatever, and so that is great because as a as a parent in when my boys were young, we watched a lot.

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"harmon" Discussed on X96

X96

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"harmon" Discussed on X96

"Harmon's to distribute our priority remains doing our best to following Kobe ten nineteen guidance and we hope that making a thermometer available to families that don't have one will help them in their efforts to monitor the health of their loved ones all right sports weather traffic just real quickly their staff they're stepping up work on the on the border wall in Arizona the trump administration is they're stepping up work just to stop the spread of the contagion now yep but okay hello Neil wants to make it clear he does not support Joe exotic despite the way it looked in the Netflix docu series tiger king one of the big moments in the series was when Shaq normally visited the zoo back in the day but he also gave Joe exotic a plug on inside the NBA Shaq said he visited the zoo several times and even appeared on Joe's reality show in twenty fourteen but he is not his friend he's noticed in Sikkim self from Joe exotic well yes sure the in times of need you deserve your friends when you go by a tiger from him I he he did he did own a tiger did means check your bank at one time I thought I think he that so the way the way to go deserve your friends Joe exotic is in a time of need here is serving twenty I don't know the guy so I don't know I don't know it's not my friend whether it is a good day for for working in the yard someone was calling earlier saying they were going to do that today sixty three for a high mostly cloudy traffic we've got a crash in West Valley it's on east down thirty fifth south thirty fifth west to the right lane is blocked that's the only accident this morning everything seems to.

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"harmon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"harmon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Deliver the value of the. eight separate Harmon trauma we need to sit down with you three times yes in the first time we meet with you the goal is to understand who you are and what you're currently doing to prepare for retirement we also want to take the time to get to know you your time line for retirement your desired income your risk tolerance all these things that really help us build a clear picture of what your trying to accomplish we'll also ask you to bring in some financial documents so that we can take your financial snapshot of where you are today after that meeting we're gonna roll up our sleeves and get to work we'll analyse your current portfolio have R. C. P. eighteen step review your tax returns in analyze your retirement tax plan we will introduce you to Bob to BC for the state planning review we will also spell out all your options when it comes to your social security benefits in order to take a look at any other financial aspects that came up during that first meeting then we'll set up a follow up meeting and lay out our findings we'll talk about strengths and weaknesses in your current portfolio what's working what could be working better for you maybe what you're missing out on two will also put your portfolio through something called a stress test we're we illustrate how your current investments would likely perform under certain hypothetical and historic market conditions yeah David this stress test can be eye opening especially since some of these scenarios are based on real historical events at that point you should have a crystal clear understanding of where you are and where you're likely end up with your current plan the next time we sit down with you we educate you on all the investment options we point out the ones we think make the most sense for your goals and situation we discussed liquidity risks income potential and obviously the cost after hearing all this then it's up to you to decide whether or not to move forward to work with us long term. and as we mentioned many times there is no obligation there is no cost we don't charge anything for this initial process because we don't think there should be a barrier to individuals receiving the help they need to build the perfect retirement strategy yes even if we do end up working together well we earn advisory fees and commissions if you want us to manage some of your assets and if you choose to purchase in the investments we are very transparent about our fees and commissions this is important because we find out most people don't know what those fees are how much somebody is earning to try to help them with their plan this is a golden opportunity for you to see what else is out there in if it might be a good fit for you and your family I think you'll be very impressed if you go through our process if that all sounds good take the next step call us right now before the show.

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