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A New Traditional Family
"So I'm a gay man. She's a lesbian were co parenting in we have a beautiful baby boy turns to a couple of weeks a couple of weeks the couple of days couple of days. Together we've been best friends for eight years. And Yeah, we've done a couple of TV shows might have seen us on what happens at the Abbey which was on, eat back in two, thousand seventeen, and then right after that, we did nine months according to facebook watch bone. Twenty. Seven seconds that's media training this good. That was very few but also you just dropped Courtney Cox in their bail. So you guys are famous. We've been trying to schedule it to you guys for like forever because your way cooler than us. But in the meantime, we had two different listeners be like you got to get these two and send us clips of yours and I was like I am doing my best retrying trying. Their very busy. I think well, I think life took over how many? Endemic hit right as we were scheduling, we had everything on the books every intention all of a sudden it was like Bam. Shut your lifestyle. But here we are. You move I moved to that was not yet. We moved seven times in the pandemic hit and the unknown then Hartley got sick. Oh He he was in the hospital Malone's buffoon before we moved. It was like, okay sickness move moved in here pandemic. Oh my God, what was he doing? Okay it was just it was winter time. It was the flu. It was like a whole household. was I mean we were a mass and we were sneezing and coughing all over each other and she was on her deathbed and next thing you know like in a baby just just say, Oh hey, it's my turn SCARY THAT HOSPITALIZATION OF OF A. Scary I've been there. It's not fun. You know we only just started talking but what kind of amazing is that you two are not a couple but talk to each other like a couple like eight years yeah. Eight years. Yeah. Well No, that's not what happened. Think you're you're like an old married couple but not a couple but a couple best friends. But it it functions. In a very weird couple ish way but it's so not a couple we were. We were kind of like America. And stuff like that, and we see. And we have a baby. Sleep. Basically like any other married. Thanks. So we're happy. A. Narrative there it is, and there's the truth listen I have to say you guys are living the life that I dreamed of in College Lake with my best gay boyfriends like this. I had plans with Gabe boyfriends all the time like, okay. Here's what's going to happen. We're GONNA make it baby. We're going to CO parent actually I don't think I ever talked through the co-parenting thing we were just GonNa. Make a baby together. So like how how, how, how to that, top? Yes. Tucked joining at the top. Okay. Well, it was a fine Sunday funday at the Abbey. She was pouring drinks. I was waiting for them to come in and get drunk. Hosting the front door, and before this shit hit the fan and and the storm. Con Sunday Funday we were just having a conversation just catching up like friends do. So rating was just going to tell him that was breaking up with one of her girlfriends with something natta girlfriend. And I was telling her that I have plans to have a baby with somebody else who she didn't like and she just looked at me and said, are you fucking crazy Well, yet kind of sort of because I'm running out of options here and then co worker looked about the bus and say, well, perhaps maybe the two of you should have a baby together and then to light bulbs when. We. Look at each other and then we had a conversation for about an hour and we shook on it. Most France do and then next thing you know three years later we have a baby in a nutshell. The elevator pitch for that.
"hartley" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Months. passed. And there was still no sign. Of Evelyn Hartley. In May of nineteen fifty, four police conducted mass lie detector testing on Lacrosse area high school boys, as well as on Evelyn's father and Vigo Rasmussen. Both cleared of any involvement. They planned to polygraph test one, thousand, seven, hundred, and fifty students and faculty. But. The testing caused controversy. And it was halted after around three hundred were tested. Richard and Ethel hardly made several public please to their daughters of. Dr For her safe return. A young man called them. Offering information about Evelyn, in, exchange for, cash reward. The police set up a trap. And arrested him. He was twenty year old Jack, Dufferin. He knew nothing about Evelyn's disappearance. and was just after the money..
"hartley" Discussed on Murder Minute
"The doors were locked the lights and the radio were on and items including the living room furniture and Evelyn's books were scattered all over the house. When Richard Walked around the house? He found an open window that led to the basement. The screen had been removed. It was leaning outside against the wall. Positioned next to the open window, he found a short step ladder. Richard entered the house and frantically searched for his daughter. There.
"hartley" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Your true crime headlines. In allegheny Pennsylvania a man shot and killed his sister and then turned the weapon on himself. Last Wednesday fifty nine year old John Deford and sixty two year old Karen suffered were involved in a physical altercation in allegheny township residents that they shared with their eighty year old mother. According to police the incident began with the brother and a bonfire. It is believed that he was under the influence for a good portion of the day chief. Fisher said. Something happened that set him off between his sister and him related to that Bonfire At around eleven thirty PM John Assaulted Karen and she called the police. John fled the scene and officers searched for him in the woods behind the residence, but they could not locate him. The brother instead made his way to the allegany township police station picked up a phone and asked to speak with an officer. Chief Fisher said that authorities are unsure if it was a sincere effort to speak to an officer or an attempt at diversionary tactic. When officers made their way back, he was gone again. Then at around one forty, a m, the mother called police concerned about her son. As officers approached the house, they heard a sudden pop and John collapsed in the front yard. He had turned the gun on himself. When officers entered the home, they found his sister dead from multiple gunshot wounds. A deputy coroner pronounced both dead at the scene. Police. Say that both substance abuse and mental illness are believed to be factors. Karen suffered death was ruled a homicide and John DOE thirds death a suicide. The mother was unharmed. A Louisiana man convicted of killing a twenty two year old pregnant woman and her one-year-old child in a car crash has been sentenced to fifty years in prison. Dylan the block pleaded guilty in February two counts of the Hitler homicide in the August twenty, eighteen months of Abbey sanitaire and her son. As well as feet aside in the death of the fetus and four counts of the Hitler negligent injury for wounding three other children in Senator's car. As well as a passenger in his own vehicle. According to prosecutors, there was alcohol in the block system at the time of the crash and he was driving at speeds of about one hundred miles per hour when he lost control of his vehicle, crossed a median and strokes in tears vehicle. He was sentenced on Tuesday to fifteen years on each of the to behavior homicide charges five years for the decide charge and another fifteen years on an additional charge of aggravated obstruction of highway to be served. Consecutively District Attorney's Office said. A south. Carolina, mother on trial for placing two of her newborns in trash bags and throwing them away about a year apart told investigators that she blacked out from the pain of delivering the second child alone waking up fifteen minutes later and finding the boy's face blue. Elissa Dave volt charged with two counts of homicide by child abuse did not show up for her trial this week but the case is moving forward with her lawyers putting on the defense. On Wednesday prosecutors played a recording Dave interview with police who were called after dabbled showed up at the hospital in December of twenty eighteen with an infection caused when she did not deliver the Placenta following the birth of the baby boy. In the recording, David can be heard telling investigators that she hid the pregnancy from both her longtime boyfriend and her mother. She said that she delivered the baby alone in her north Myrtle beach home. And after passing out from the pain and discovering the conscious baby, she put him in a trash bag and threw him away. Dave old also told investigators, but this had happened before. In November of twenty seventeen, she said, she also hit a pregnancy gave birth alone this time to a girl and through her body away after the baby had her umbilical cord wrapped around her neck. When she was questioned Dave volt I denied having a baby but as investigators pressed her, she started crying. They asked her why she threw the babies away. And she cried saying quote I wasn't thinking I wasn't I was too scared. In his opening statement Wednesday prosecutor Josh. How I said that this quote isn't a murder trial adding that the prosecution does not have enough evidence to prove that the defendant intentionally killed her babies. Instead. Holford said prosecutors would prove that David showed quote extreme indifference for human life because she sought no care from any one, four, her newborns. Quote. She didn't drop that baby off to the fire station. She didn't put the baby girl up for adoption. In, ask her mother to take care of the baby girl she simply through the baby out with the trash. Public defender. Shortly, Crawford told jurors that she doesn't think prosecutors can show that default didn't care about her babies at all. Dave old faces up to life in prison if convicted. She was out on bond and has not been to court this week. An arrest warrant against default has been issued. If she is found guilty, the judge will seal her sentence until she is found and brought to court. Those your true crime headlines up next Evelyn hardly but first a quick break. Welcome. Back to murder minute. On Saturday October Twenty Fourth Nineteen Fifty Three Vigo Raspy said a professor at Lacrosse State College in Wisconsin hired fifteen-year-old Evelyn Hartley, the daughter of a fellow professor to Babysit his twenty month old daughter Janice. Vigo, his wife, Madeline and his seven-year-old daughter Lena we're headed to the homecoming football game that night. Evelyn had never BABYSAT for the rest be sins before and when she arrived to the House, she held her school books and some flowers. Evelyn known to her friends as she was active in the youth program at her local Church and sang in the choir. Her Pastor described her as quiet, dependable, and devoted. Evelyn placed the flowers on the kitchen counter. Mrs Rasmussen told Evelyn to put the baby to sleep. It's heaven and at around six forty, five PM, the Rasmussens.
"hartley" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"Find a mediator. Who Really has ten thousand hours? Yeah. On who has skill because I have been the attorney sitting at table with a variety of mediators who come back you come back to the second mediation session on a site. The first one never happens and it's very frustrating because they dial a whole case. Time, someone who really pays attention takes notes or their study you bring them back. Let me remind you don't be afraid to say wait a minute last time we said this what happened to that agreement? The process moving forward you can get so much done. That's such. A great point because in my state anyway, you don't need any special training to hold yourself out there as a mediator in fact, non-lawyers can be mediators, which always is like if you're not working in that space or you're not have a finger on what's happening in the courts, I think that that job becomes really difficult to do, and so it's so important to find someone who's qualified and experienced, and it's up to you to ask those questions where did you get your training? How long have you been doing this? Now? What style because mediators have such different styles to back You know a lot of it is also instinct right? Like there may be somebody. Like I I found that like I was really good at resolving cases right out of the like what I was. Twenty nine or thirty years old I was. That was my natural skill set and. Say. No case too big or too small. Brown right. So so Side. Nobody even knows the bachelor. But you raise a really good point about what's the style is evaluative. Do your mediator to weigh in. It's okay. If you get a mediator who doesn't know the law as long as they know number one, know what they don't. Right number two, they know all the issues to address number three. They understand the concept of creating a agreement that is specific because as you and I both know if you go into court with agreements to agree husband and wife believe that they should arrive amicably at a parenting. Glad. No, no no, there's nothing to enforce. It's GonNa take you six months to a year to see your kids get a plan in place. If you decide, you need to change it afterward that is absolutely fine but get a plan in place. You have something to hang your hat on import right and in reality check to what the agreement is because sometimes something on paper in actual reality doesn't work. And so it's being able to notice something that might be a bump in the road and being able to say, well, what if something like this happens? How do we? How are you going to address that? If you're going to leave holidays completely out of the picture? What if there's a disagreement? How are you going to resolve it or I mean sometimes I was working on an Even, know are we on Monday? I don't know what they were on right now. Something that? I was working with with a couple and they kept thinking they rod agreement. I kept saying well, what about this and what about that? What about this and I was like, oh my gosh you guys must be time. So negative but the fact of the matter is you need to think things through not to a ridiculous end. Obviously, you can't anticipate everything especially if. You have very young kids are certain things that are predictable. It's not a change in circumstances when your kid turns five goes to kindergarten I mean, maybe it is like anticipate you can anticipate that. So if you've got a four year old and a two year old and you're making a parenting plan based on preschool, you might as well put a clause that says. Preschool parenting or if you haven't who's your spouse works overnight, but they're not going to third third shift now or they have to work every Sunday now put in quarantine now right? Aren't Sheen's here's an Argentine schedule. Here's the schedule that we will have when the situation wedding if the situation becomes were normative meaning like everybody works eight, two, six, nine to five, whatever the new normal we. Are. You finding that because of the current situation in the pandemic and courts are some are still closed in their trickling open are at a very limited capacity that more people are looking to mediate and resolve outside of court absolutely I mean they have there's no access to court I'm getting calls for. So many lawyers who are trying to mediate. For Guidance about how to handle situations or Toco mediate with them because people are really just trying to figure it out meeting lawyers want to help their clients I know. Sometimes, it doesn't seem like apple menu lawyers really do want to help their clients and. If they don't have the training or the background or their so use to making everything into a fight that could be their default. You probably realize if you're getting divorce rate now I know renee and I both know this. At every turn, there is potential because of fight like. So. Many things can blow up as people are talking about things to me. My brain automatically goes to what if this? What if that? Right right. And so that's a really good point that you just made. Even if someone is in the middle of the divorce process and their lawyers involved that you can still mediate even though you didn't start that way and you do with your lawyers, couple can go to a mediator on their own and then have their lawyers, check everything and review it all. But that's an auction to and probably a really good one knowing or not knowing when the courts are really going to be fully operational again in how long this is going to take totally at bringing your lawyers into the process literally into the room I would say that if you are someone who absolutely can't stand up for themselves, that's like. Or when you really can't wrap your head around numbers at all. That might be appropriate. I do think sometimes lawyers 'cause a lot of problems because they're so used to fighting. But you might find that you need a lawyer just to have your stay. Now I don't know what you're finding Rene but I'm that mediating online is actually making some of those hard dynamics easier because. I am really more able to control conversation. So it may be that the person who's more passive takes a longer time to express what they need. It's just a more controllable environment because there's less body language figuring happening. Yeah. That's and we're able to get a lot more done even in contentious dynamics. Yeah. You know throwing the dirty look across the table loses a lot of impact when you're on zoom right off. Look we're all on the same day right That's a great point. So. Where can someone finds you? How can someone work with you on? You talked about your blog, which has really great information out they are. Where can we go to learn more about what you're doing or even work with you? Yeah. So first of all, if you WANNA go to Gabrielle Hartley Dot, com you can grab a survived and thrived bundle and that will also deliver to you the better part log weekly in your inbox. We'd get a piece of it and it'll be navigated over a blog itself. The better apart log is basically an online magazine has articles by professionals all over the world who are talking about wellness. co-parenting and finance and how to move forward in a good way. I've got some really wonderful budgets, sheets, cheat sheets, kind of things there. So if you WanNa work with me, all of that is just right Gabrielle Hartley Dot Com if you'd like to listen to other podcasts or TV shows or anything like that it's all the media page everything should be right there and I'm also going. To create a special page just for.
'General Hospital' star Kelly Monaco temporarily replaced while recovering from 'breathing problems'
"It's going to be a different looking Sam McCall Morgan on GH the actress who played her for nearly a decade, Kelly Monaco, was temporarily replaced after she developed breathing problems while wearing a mask due to the pandemic. Lindsay Hartley was called to fill in Monaco tested negative for Corona virus and is back on the General Hospital said today.
Hartley Sawyer fired from 'The Flash' due to offensive tweets
"One of the stars of the flashes out after a series of tweets that have been deemed a racist and misogynistic prior to joining the show now Hartley Sawyer's exit was confirmed by the producers the tweets came back from twenty twelve and twenty fourteen including one that said the only thing the keeping the only thing keeping him from racist tweets was knowing al Sharpton wouldn't stop complaining the actor issued an apology on Instagram last week saying he's incredibly sorry ashamed and disappointed in
Local man creating face shields and masks for firefighters
"Has covered nineteen cases continue to climb health care workers in our state are faced with a shortage of personal protective equipment or PP is a Colorado native is now creating protective masks for firefighters Matt Hartley spent the last two decades specializing in lighting design but now he's using his talented three D. printers or something completely different well the canelo try to help out Hartley is flipped his operation to manufacture plastic medical masks that can be cleaned and re used these are kids party put together we've already sealed with construction Hartley has our first responders in mind and in addition to medical staff he plans to drop off a donation of medical masks and shields for the Arvada fire department when you call nine one one we're going to show up a job that does not stop the despite the Kobe nineteen outbreak we have to treat everybody that we run on as if they're possible covert patients were in full time that suits and masks gloves glasses Arvada fire says they're sensitive to the shortage of personal protective equipment that is already put a strain on
Harrier 809: Britain's Legendary Jump Jet
"Week's addition comes from the central London and we have a slightly different podcast to a usual technology and industry focus. I'm absolutely delighted to be joined by aviation author and historian. I think that's fair rolling white. Who's GonNa talk a little bit about his new book? Harrier eight hundred nine which comes out in. May End of April which looks back at the role of the partic- Harry in the Falklands War and sort of looks a little bit ahead as well. Rhode Island welcomes check six. Thanks very much understand you a bit of a Fan I am. I've been I've been listening to check six at home for as long as I've been listening to. Podcasts is one of the first I discovered and so Thrilled to be on it. That's great before we get to the nitty gritty of the book. I wonder if we could just ask how you go into this. I mean you navient engage. I'm absolutely aviation Geek and have been for as long as I can remember a as a kid. I remember flying into Wattisham. My Granny's house in Suffolk Going to ashes at Lake in. He's Mildenhall Duxford grew up in Cambridge. had a primary school teacher whose husband was working on the British Aerospace on the on the Tornado. And so I'd get sort of the tornado calendar and those things. Just you know made made by Hartley. So I've been an aviation geek as long as I can remember earned On the opportunity to kind of explore some of those things that captured imaginations a kid more latterly has been an absolute privilege and pleasure. Epic gave us a premise of the book focuses. Your Second Falcons will. Yes I sort of circled back to the Falklands war from Nazran space shuttle. Each book seems to be reaction to the one before. So Hey we're back on Rissoli British territory Obviously the Harriet to any British aviation fan is an iconic machine. And the folklore opposites. Its finest
"The hunt. It's a mix of a social satire. Maybe updating the Classic Tale Most Dangerous Game Betty Gilpin is crystal for a long time. I've played characters. Who are kind of supportive wife for supportive girlfriend while the man gets to go the the crazy monster whose unleashed and You know has oceans inside him and like you can't get in there you don't know what's going on in there and just sort of being like. Hey Okay I'll make you some tea. I think you know so many women are like wait but I feel that other thing I feel like I could throw a chair through a window to or I feel like a hundred different people during a day as well. I don't feel like I've got a blow out and I'm waiting in a doorway. Strangely this character came to me Much easier than A lot of housewife with laundry basket and supportive smile so far so good with a strong woman character and speaking of strong women here is Oscar. Winner Hilary Swank. So my character. Athena is a woman who I feel has pulled herself up from her her bootstraps she Grew Up. I think in a very particular way I am. I making it. That kind of a lower socioeconomic background and she didn't let her way. She didn't let that stop her from achieving everything she wanted in life and because of that she believes anyone else can do that and that's kind of her narcissism right because we don't all handle our situations the same way but she feels if I did it anyone could do it and so she treats other people Who aren't using words properly or spelling properly or really holding themselves to a higher standard in a way that is kind of like beneath her and kind of look down on them but I think that she worked really hard to get where she is and so when it's taken from her it reminds her of her greatest fear is that she could be back where she wants started. Justin Hartley from this is us in small. Bill is big Game Shane. So I read this. It's a fun read. I remember I I got this. I was like well. That's a really fun read. And it's one of those things where you know for me as outlandish as it seemed at certain times in kind of like just gory. At times and kind of Far out there. There's also this sort of eerie kind of feeling that I got after I read it. That didn't seem to FA- I mean didn't seem too far fetched which kind of scared me a little bit. Damon Lindelof is the writer producer of the hunt. I think that at the end of the day our intention was to make a movie that everybody could go see that they could see themselves reflected in these characters but also understand that. It was a very heightened version of of these characters that ultimately I. I do think that the movie tries not to take sides but it's also impossible not to root for the people who are being shot at the entire time and I think that our broader sense of things have gotten very extreme and this movie feels like ridiculous on many different levels. But the scariest part of this movie is that. Is it that ridiculous? Don't we believe in some things in the conspiracy world that are just as absurd as what we just saw unfold here and at the end of the day the hunters and the hunted are of specific political affiliations but we tried not to get overtly political but at the same time code the movie so that you kind of knew? Who was who we hope that liberals will be able to laugh at themselves? That's one of the hardest things for for liberals to do as a liberal. I don't like being the butt of the joke and I actually feel like although politic my political ideology is vastly different in many ways from conservatives. They are just might have a much better sense of humor about it about the whole thing which I think is commendable and the movie tries to reflect that idea as well and the producer for bloom. House is Jason Blum. The Hunt is an amazing story about first impressions. And how wrong they are. It's very political and I'm very political. It doesn't take sides but But it does point out that we're all quick judge and I include myself in that and I loved that about about the hunt. I also love that. It's really it's centered around too strong female characters. That's really that's really. Who Anchors the movie and? I think the time is right for an action. Movie starring women. Social media plays a very important part in the hunt because the hunt is about quick impressions wrong and one of the I think the big the big downfalls of social media is that you get these little get information in little bits and pieces and that causes people to go crazy and get angry and most of the time MIS misunderstand things or misinterpret each other and the hunt is about a lot of things but that's one of the main things that it's about look to make sure the hunt is playing at theater near you as we move on from this crazy. Pandemic the corona virus for bite. This is Tony Taylor.
Boston - Nor’easter May Clip Cape And Islands With Snow And Strong Wind
"Hartley cloudy skies this evening temperatures about thirty to eleven thirty seven at the shore increasingly cloudy tomorrow temperatures in the upper forties a little bit of a breeze develops and then wind develops tomorrow night it'll be colder to some rain and wet snow possible for a time near the city the snow is likely along the south coast Cape and islands and it could be a coating to an inch of snow by Saturday morning for some spots temperatures in the upper twenties overnight tomorrow blustery and cold the rest of Saturday it'll turn on mostly sunny temperatures in the mid forties but real feels in the twenties and thirties gets better from there Sunday into the mid fifties and low sixties around here for
Mural of Philadelphia Civil Rights Leader Vandalized With Racial Slur
"Hateful language is sprayed painted on the seas will be more mural in north Philadelphia a white of the Charlotte Reis reports it happened over the weekend and now police are searching for the culprits the mural represents a civil rights leader known for the movement to desegregate Philadelphia's Girard college but on Saturday morning neighbors noticed graffiti containing a racial slur with an arrow pointing at Cecil B. Moore city council president Darrell Clark wants to send a message to the person or persons who did it you can have your discourse but at the end of the day take it out in a different way don't be faced those murals because she will be more than a lot here arts Philadelphia an organization that works quickly to clean up graffiti took immediate action Saturday night spokeswoman kari Bender says a crew will be working throughout the week one of our staff artist will go back and touch up any areas of the near that might have been slightly damaged and then we will we see a lead early Sunday morning Karen ask for Jordan president of the Cecil B. Moore Philadelphia freedom fighters came out to see the mural is justice Hartley but I know
"hartley" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Join twenty five cents investment Hartley thanks so much for joining us well I'm glad to be with you you know I had a great conversation off the air and tell the listeners what it is that drove you to write this book why to write this book well I had grown up in a family where religion wasn't really part of anything and so I really didn't intend church but as a youngster I had an experience that was extraordinary I was ten years old and and I had this experience and didn't think a lot about it at the time to lift it turned out to be the beginning of a change walk and and then I began having other experiences that were equally is a dramatic of that the first one I had suddenly I could see patterns and suddenly I can see god working in my life and so I would tell the stories of people either and either in he was teaching our home events or something like that and I finally said wanted to put in a box and then I realized when I did that but this was a household straight talk about individual I like that I love the title a twenty five cent investment we'll talk about the second but give us one of those stories either the one from when you were ten or another one you want to share well the first one was with ten years old I came from a big family four brothers and a sister it was during the war in nineteen forty four and we were at the shore and my we are all going to the beach which is what we did every morning and I had come home to the family for traditional lunch which was again what you did as I got home I realized everybody was sitting on the porch very morose and I've said this isn't flight a beautiful day and Long Island sure of this something's wrong and my father came out to me and handed me a telegram which said you're mistaken that sorry but your son and general can that is missing in action and presumed dead and that shocked of course the whole family and shocked me to the extent that a ten year old can absorb all of that but nonetheless we went along with our lunch and it was a tough one of course and I just wanted to get out of the house so I got on my bike we're going to go back down to the beach where I loved and would probably find strollers and I went fine this church that I must have gone by hundred times in my life and never even thought about it and suddenly my bike pulled over and I got off my bike I walked up to the door the door was open I walked in it was much the I went down the middle aisle having no idea what to expect in there in the front was a was a table with a little ball and she lives in my pocket recorder and and turned around walked out got on my bike went to the beach on the way back the same thing happened I was drawn into this church went up look at the ball from the quarter was gone and I said to myself well you have to things happening here right it really shocked me what was the first one we might twenty five cent last month I love it and that's the name of the book and so that explains the name of the book and so you know your book in and your personality people can tell which by the way you can get this book on on Amazon dot com you're very upbeat but just like you describe their with the missing in action and you know the telegrams obviously there were times of discouragement there were times when you had to deal with something that was a leak so how do you get through that well it's interesting to me I I yes of course everyone has highs and lows and that's one of the things I learned and that's when the thing that that I I finally learned that god does that you know that allows that to happen I'm not sure he does it but he allows it to happen for me and for and one case for instance I started my own weather business and I took all my wife and her and went out and bought a ball things kangaroo skins and started to tell them well I was going along like gangbusters but everything was fine and suddenly I got a phone call from my partner in Sydney was said hardly guess what Australian government has just put the trying to rule on the endangered species list and we're out of business and the whole thing came tumbling down lost every time we had and it was all because I had been totally arrogant in starting this business according to one of my father I thought I knew more than all the other Tanner's I've just been in god said that's not gonna happen you're not going to be arrogant so I was got a two by four for a couple yeah and then you turn things around and came out on the other side right well we did yes we did we do some tough times which was another really part of the story is that my wife along with me and we we got through and things turned around and I got back active in church recognizing what I had done wrong and and then things really began to go back up top again so I went from these hi used to allow a back up to a high and it was a pattern that each time I was on a high I was able to really minister to people and when I was on a low I was learning and so it was really extraordinary how god led me through these option down as a teaching experience and well let really how I do it justice you have to turn over I don't know where to go from here what do I do yeah is this the most important driving force in your life yeah by far yes and how how how tough is it to share that with people how do you share your faith because you know especially in these times well it's a good question because one of the reasons I wrote the book is because I hear all around the world where is god where the miracles where a lot of things that we read about in the Bible today that you know they're not they're they're they're they're gone we're not we're not seeing it so why why should I get involved well I want people to know that there is a god there are miracles there are even angels which I described in one of my stories there are miraculous healings which I described gadis very much present very much here but we have to look for yes so when you tell people that and they say well how how do I look for what do you tell men only for the rich smallest prayer I mean that really does work and so you have to learn how to communicate with god for in case for all different people my wife can pray in the car I can't I have to go into a room and and be quiet for five ten fifteen minutes whatever it is of course we go to church so there's an opportunity here to pray there but for me it being alone clearing my mind and allowing god to talk wow and that's the thing to do I like that clearing your mind so the name of the book is a twenty five cent investment you can clearly picked us up on on Amazon dot com what do you hope people take away from reading your book all I can to take away it is that this book describe god working through a regular guy a regular first and no halos no wings no nothing by having these variances that are leading him enough into a place where god wants them and and laugh but take away is that a kid being afraid to go someplace for being afraid of something and find that he can get through it I was a fandom that will scare the heart out of me as a young teenager but I got through it I was a businessman and failed miserably but I got through it I was terribly sick have a fatal heart attack not a miracle healing and got through it it's really a question of allowing god to work in your life and I like it that's the perfect place to end this again letting it happen letting god work in your life and that sums up what you're talking about here in the in the book is called a twenty five cent investment partly connect thank you so much for joining us on the show thank you Kate thanks again to remind.
"hartley" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"There's a corner join call the twenty five cent investment Hartley thanks so much for joining us well I'm glad to be with you you know I had a great conversation off the air and tell the listeners what it is that drove you to write this book why to write this book well I had grown up in a family where religion wasn't really part of anything and so I really didn't intend church but as a youngster I had an experience that was extraordinary I was ten years old and and I had this experience and didn't think a lot about it at the time but it turned out to be the beginning of a change walk and and then I began having other experiences that were equally is the dramatic of that the first one I had and suddenly I could see a pattern and suddenly I can see god working in my life and so I would tell the stories of people either and either and but he was teaching our home events or something like that and they finally said wanted to put in a box and then I realized when I did that but this was a a whole face block of individual I like that I love the title a twenty five cent investment we'll talk about the second but give us one of those stories either the one from when you were ten or another one you want to share well the first one was with ten years old I came from a big family four brothers and a sister it was during the war in nineteen forty four and we were at the shore and my we had all gone to the beach which is what we did every morning and I had come home to the family for a traditional lunch which was again what you did as I got home I realized everybody was sitting on the porch very morose tonight I said this isn't like a beautiful day and Long Island sure of this something's wrong and my father came out to me and handed me a telegram which said dear Mr can that sorry but your son and general can that is missing in action and presumed dead and that shocked of course the whole family and shocked me to the extent that a ten year old can absorb all of that but nonetheless we went along with our lunch and it was a tough one of course and I just wanted to get out of the house so I got on my bike was going to go back down to the beach where I loved and would probably find solace and I went by the church but I must have gone by a hundred times in my life and never even thought about it and suddenly my bike pulled over and I got off my bike that walked up to the door the door was open I walked in it was musty I went down the middle aisle having no idea what to expect in there in the front was a was a table with a little ball and five died back in my pocket recorder and and turned around walked out got on my bike went to the beach on the way back the same thing happened I was drawn into this church went up look at the bold and the quarter was gone and I said to myself well that is exactly right was it really shocked thank what was the first one we might twenty five cent last month I love it and that's the name of the book and so that explains the name of the the book and so you know your book in and your personality people can tell which by the way you can get this book on on Amazon dot com you're very upbeat but just like you describe their with the missing in action and you know the telegram obviously there were times of discouragement there were times when you had to deal with something that was bleak so how do you get through that well it's interesting to I I yes of course everyone has highs and lows and much one of the things I learned that that's one of the thing that that I I finally learned that god does that you know that allows that to happen I'm not sure he does it but he allows it to happen for me and for and one case for instance I started my own weather business and I took all my wife and her and went out and bought a ball things kangaroo skins and started to tell them well I was going along like gangbusters and everything was fine and suddenly I got a phone call from my partner in Sydney was said hardly guess what Australian government has just put that thing to rule on the endangered species list and we're out of business and the whole thing came tumbling down I lost every time we had and it was all because I had been totally arrogant in starting this business I thought I knew more than my father I thought I knew more than all the other standards like Justin been arrogant god said that's not gonna happen you're not going to be arrogant so I was got a two by four what a couple yeah and then you turn things around and came out on the other side right well we did yes we did we had to some tough times which was another really part of the story is that my wife along with me and we we got through and things turned around and I got back active in church recognizing what I had done wrong and and then things really began to go back up top again so I went from these are used to a low now back up to a five and it was a pattern that each time I was on a high I was able to really minister to people and when I was on a low I was learning so it was really extraordinary have god led me through these option down as a teaching experience and well let really how I do it justice you have to turn over I don't know where to go from here what do I do yeah is this the most important driving force in your life yeah by far yes and how how how tough is it to share that with people how do you share your faith because you know especially in these times well it's a good question because one of the reasons I I wrote the book is because I hear all around the world where is god where the miracles were a lot of things that we read about in the Bible today that you know they're not they're they're they're they're gone we're not we're not seeing it was a walk why should I get involved well I want people to know that there is a god there are miracles there are even angels which I described in one of my stories there are miraculous healings which I described god isn't very much present very much here but we have to look for yes so when you tell people that and they say well how how do I look for what do you tell men only for the rich first of all is prayer I mean that really does work and so you have to learn how to communicate with god it's a different case for all different people my wife's been praying in the car I can't if you go into a room and and be quiet for five ten fifteen minutes whatever it is of course we go to church so there's an opportunity to pray there but for me it being alone clearing my mind.
'Borderlands 3' voice actor turned down role because Gearbox ‘wouldn’t go union’
"One on the report why Troy Baker isn't in borderlands three this is Kirk Kirk mckean over vg twenty four seven. If you remember we're of course do this whole Brouhaha for months. Now Randy Pitchford was asked on twitter. Hey is going to be reese. Randy said no troy turned down in Troy. I didn't turn it down. You guys said No. There's been back and forth. It's been ugly here's Kirk at VGA twenty four seven. We recently got a chance to talk to Baker during a fan event for wrestler replay. Let's play series the actor host alongside the other Troy Baker Nolan north. I love that during our chat he was openly disappointed that he didn't get a chance to play reese again in Borderlands Orlands three quote so they came to me and they were like do you want to do this. Baker explained which I said absolutely and then they made it impossible for me to do the role. It had nothing to do with money money. It had nothing to do. It had nothing to do with money. It had nothing to do with money. They just simply would not go about doing it the way that we needed to be done so then it it was like I never said no gosh I I worry Detroit. No he was talking to a reporter. It sounds like he's had a retro replay thing with Guinness just sitting there talking we we asked Baker to clarify what he meant by this scheduling conflicts or something else quote no it was simply a matter that they wouldn't go union. He replied and I can't do a non union union GIG without getting too deep into the weeds of that we had long conversations about this. We always knew going into it that this was going to be the thing they're gonNa take these characters and put them from put them from the tales from the series from telltale into Borland's proper. I've been waiting for this call. They were like do you want to do this and I said yes. They never they never because they would never move from that position. I'm not mad is invariably a complicated different. I'm sorry it's invariably a completely different different character but it's still sings stings fuck. It's hard to read quotes that are like just talking yeah. When it's a prepared quote we all go this garbage quote or a written word in general but when Choi's they're they're doubling up sentences over jabbing now the fun little kind of funny thing that we can do that but I want? I was going to bring in Chad's question because I think there's interesting. relation dossier Chad wrote in to Patriot dot com slash Kinda Funny Games says morning folks with the reveal this morning that Baker as a sack after member couldn't minute reprise his role of reese in Borland's three because gearbox wouldn't go union. Do you think this is something we'll see more of. Do you think this now becoming such a high profile story will before the hands of publishers to allow voice actors to unionize. I also wonder how often this happens. Considering it took one of if not the most popular voice actors sorry known to to make a headline that said I love the solitary solidarity intrigue continues to demonstrate that he is one of the kindest humans lot also. Let Your Voice Actors Union is Randy what the fuck cheers so yes. I already know where you're going with. This is an interesting story. If you all remember we hear kind of funny didn't animated series called kind of funny the animated series in episode one principal Christopher Walken it was played by Donna Troy Baker and the idea of course is that that'd be reoccurring character throughout throughout the entire run of the animated series well on top of that he was going to play two characters. He was gonNA play the principal. He was also gonNA play Troy who was like the Guy Oh I do. Remember who was a character in the show that just doesn't ever have voice yeah and the reason he doesn't have a voice is he's a Wendy's boyfriend. I remember that yeah I'd beef with Troy and we we we did a he pulled favor. I totally which is a gal do fucking voice view. He ended up getting kind of in trouble for it. It was more of a slap on the wrist. If you can't be doing that Shit so dr like hey we want to do the whole like series a kind of social. Whatever the hell it was at that point we had to go through his people and he didn't want to be that way he was he's like dude? I want to do this. Let's make it work but us us especially back then be the people we were. We got maybe two steps into that process and we're oh man it's complicated and it's going to require not too much money but the way that the money had to go was too complicated for what we were set up for gearbox they can handle that shape this and nothing that's of course the argument to be made here right is that kind of funny in the spare bedroom at the kitchen table and nick riding on these scripts was not the same as gearbox however there's a lot of different stuff going on here. Remember that when the David eddings lawsuit stuff was happening right and he was saying he that when he got replaced as claptrap this is a similar thing right that he left left in some he he worked at gearbox did the voice of claptrap and didn't get paid extra because of it. That's not the payment thing. I don't know anything about that other than what eddings has talked about publicly but that's still seems to be the case with how they do the voices in general right after the troy thing happened. I wondered if it was this based on what had happened with us. We obviously we had never had that kind of sag work a conversation before because we never did something like that before so it'd been so much time between borderlands two boroughs three I wondered after this happened with Troy was a union thing and then on top of that. I wonder how that would affect one actually burch who of course tiny team in the game is in the game. It is actually on the economy com slash wrong if I'm wrong about that doing tiny Tina's voice like I was wondering how she got around it because that's the other thing within the union ship makes everything so complicated. No longer on unions do a lot of great. I'm good. I'm not saying they're bad but I know like when I go and do the Lego Games because I'm not union. I have to do Taft Hartley Agreement. That's something weird like I. There's like paperwork on top of paperwork that is like we're bringing this person in because he s voice because of x y and Z yeah and so you know it's this weird thing of also talking to an extent here but for a long time not forever a longtime telltale didn't use SAG after voice actors obviously towards the end the change we're talking about in the borderland right here troy's in that obviously laurabeets in that all that but I remember and I'd have to go look at it now. There's there's something different about the credits where if you look through the credits of a telltale game where they use both union and non union they get credited in different ways interesting. There's so many intricate streak. I can't even talk to complications to use voice sag person or a a union voice actress nonunion voice actor that I I do wonder what this means for. How gearbox does it? You know I think chat ask in general I don't think so because I don't think this is something that happens often in many ways we've talked about. I think it is automatic. I'd imagine this happening all the time. I mean if it happened to us. I'm sure it's happening all over the place that you just don't hear about it because most people don't have podcast that years later the randomly telling the story sure you know but I think were going just different uh-huh directions with this one I'm saying I wonder how much this happens in terms of AAA Games. That's what I'm
"hartley" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢
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"hartley" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢
"There's music. There's everything around brand designer creating a whole variant there. Is there a smell design their smell yeah. They're smells not that. This is a place i go. I haven't been for a who knows long but who knows we'll never never forget going to <hes> abba crunchy. What do they have a fix that place and as you get near it in the mall again not a place. I i go to anything wrong with it but anyway you get within like four stores that place and it's already on you. Totally you know allow the lobby of a western. It smells a certain way and you don't even realize it. You know the myself. I know subway. They always are pumping out their bread smell. I mean it's it's it's something people do but that's an aside people can go in and they can get their on smells which is a really fascinating thing i'd love to go through that exercise but <hes> so if you think about brand strategy and how that's grown and evolved. I think that companies anything to start thinking about language strategy and the same way like what does your language. What is your messaging. What's your words convey about you. What do you call your people. Are they employees or their team members numbers. How do you talk to your customers. Who are they are. They shareholders or they customers or they know our clients. <hes> every piece of language at us creates a different experience and he wanted to make sure that you're putting out there the right thing. So what i try to talk about is thinking thinking about thinking about creating not just a you a you know a brand identity but creating your verbal identity your language identity because it's really important how you put yourself in how you engage in all of these different ways. You're truly trying to create a breakthrough brand. I think you have to be as intentional with your words as you are with everything else and you know it used to be because i've been doing this for a while. Now it used to be that i would wonder because the goal of my every client hi anna about ten years ago was a creative video right and i used to wonder like what is gonna happen in the language. Are we gonna end up being in like a gift you know society and somebody's everybody just gonna be trying to create by viral videos and is language gone but what i found now is language has never been more important than it is today because we are communicating in one hundred forty characters or less. We are engaging in ways. We had to get our point across faster than we ever have before. People are getting thousands upon thousands of marketing messages every day. We've got a split second second to get our point..
"hartley" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢
"I mean that's sensibly what he lobbed out there and what his supporters i seeing the reaction that people are having. He's a racist okay. Now that's fine but if you wanna change the behaviors if you wanna win over trump supporters if if you wanna beat donald trump don't start calling his supporters racist and that's what rob reiner did he said if you know the president is racist and if you support them you're not just supporting and enabling a racist you yourself are racist so now we're in its name calling. We're going back and forth where emotional and it's all about self going after the other person. No one's gonna win here. Republicans are not going to dig themselves in even harder. I mean there's a lot of behavioral economics that are going on at work. That says you're not gonna change your mind when you're called a racist. It's just you're gonna dig in and say no. I'm not and things are just going to get worse. What if instead rob reiner said you know what that that kind of behavior. That's unprecedented in presidential. That's un-american. You know it's american is supporting each other and supporting you know supporting our cities. I stand with baltimore grab. Grab a beer and a crab grab cake and crab cake challenge or something like that you might get attention but you're not going to add fuel to the fire and you're not gonna make things worse and more tribal so all of this needs to start with taking perspective saying. I need to understand who it is that i'm trying to persuade if you're trying to persuade trump voters not just support trump if you're trying to you know persuade people who are on the fence aren't sure what to believe. You're not gonna do that by attacking them and calling them racist. You're going to do that by reaching over and saying what is it about this guy. That has you supporting him. And how can i move you over to my side so fascinating leader that you say that because i've read and heard <hes> experts describe martin martin luther king junior along these lines in that <hes> and i'm no experts i'm parroting things i've heard then one one of the the extraordinary things about him and what he did was he was not having an us versus them conversation. He was trying to speak to the greater human in all of us. He was talking about or values and beliefs for for all of us it. Wasn't you know black people against white people or christians against or whatever distinctions you might have associated him. I'm with right he was not doing that. He was trying to speak to the greater human being in all of us and in in a set of core values and ideas is that you know universally sound like things that we we all want for everybody right and so he was doing the opposite and so it's fast ask your you say that that <hes> and look let's assume donald trump has good intentions and let's assume that rob reiner has good intentions tensions and in both cases in this example i going to <hes> different place at rather than the the one you described the one i think i think that martin luther king junior was trying to get to they just get everybody's back up and make them fight as opposed to china in a totally and i think you know whoever's gonna win and in in two thousand twenty is going to have to try and and do some of that i mean if you wanna be trump at his own game or if you wanna be trump in general if you want to bring the country back together. It's not gonna be trying to take him down. It's going to be trying to rise us. All ah i think describe doing exactly what you're describing and what are the values that we can all hold your you know. We have more in common than we have. You know it's it's. It's unbelievable that we are you know we're almost at war with each other between republicans and democrats when in fact most part were not all that different and <hes> we wouldn't be independence together. I don't even know why you like. I don't have art of my identity called artie so mark. I'm an immigrant to this country. I love the united states of america. I've been able to have a life here. That has been an extraordinary gift..
"hartley" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢
"Thanks for pressing play. This is christopher lockhead. Follow your different where we aspire to have real conversations conversations that are designed to shine a light on what it takes aches to follow your different in your life business and of course marketing on this episode the incredible lee hartley carter and a conversation about the power of language and the art of persuasion. Also i wanna say off the top. Thank you so much for making us top twenty five overall apple podcast charting podcast <hes> we started this journey two and a half years ago and have you told me we would become one of the top two hundred podcasts in the united the states of america candidly. I would have told you that was not possible so i wanna thank you for sharing the show and most importantly i want to thank you for your time. It's great hanging out now. My friends at spunk who are the leaders in big data want you to know that legendary businesses today more than ever our digital businesses and data's it is the foundation of digital business and spunk brings data to every question every decision and most importantly every action checkout spunk dot com today day and tell him lockhead sent you that's s._p. L. u. n. k. dot com also want to tell you about my good friends. At oracle net suite they want to help you turbocharged the growth growth your business go to net sweet dot com slash different and there you'll be set up a free growth review with an expert in your industry checkout net sweet dot com com slash different now lee hartley carter. She's the president of milan ski and partners and they focus on communications and language mm strategy and have a background in both business and politics <hes> the title of her new book is persuasion convincing others ars when facts don't seem to matter and we have a riveting conversation about why languaging.
Williams High School, Lucas Hartley And California discussed on 830 WCCO 24 Hour News
"Thousands of people who lost their homes in a deadly northern California wildfire have returned to the town for the local football teams first game since the blaze with paradise high school defeating Williams high school forty two nothing last night senior running back Lucas Hartley says the team felt like they had the it's town the town on
Walmart, Hartley Gin And El Paso discussed on Financial Issues
"One day after the shooting massacre in el Paso police say a Walmart in the Texas town of Hartley gin was targeted the man was arrested at a home in that city on a charge of making a terrorist threat and was awaiting
Longshoremen union local's president charged in NY with bribery
"Supposed to be looking out for his members the president of international longshoremen's association local nineteen sixty four Glenn blinked is his name he was charged yesterday with demanding bribes from an unnamed company in exchange for not filing complaints against them with the national labor relations board basically he said you got to pay me or other otherwise I'm going to have a union guys file complaints against you the fifty seven year old black formally charged in Manhattan federal court with honest services fraud and violation of the Taft Hartley act he's out on bond due back in court in August he faces up to twenty five years if
As parents cooperate in college scam, others are "scared 24 hours a day"
"There are reportedly some nervous parents around southern California these days because the varsity blues investigation into the college admissions scam snowed over more indictments more charges. Could be on tap for some parents who allegedly bribed their kids way into good schools notices investigation, if a ready gone out to some parents, and it might now be a race to see how quickly parents and others involved in the cheating. Admission scandal can roll over on each other to prosecutors K Taylor is in New York Times. Reporter who broke the story. Also, joining Kate will be Brett Tolman who served as a US attorney for Utah in the George W Bush administration. Thank you both. So Kate the latest on this scandal is one. Well, we reported today if you said that there are a number of parents who've been informed by prosecutors that they're under investigation. And then there is a larger group of parents who are worried that they might be charged and are scrambling to hire lawyers. I'm thinking about what to do specifically to figure out whether to volunteer themselves, the prosecutor is in hope for lenient treatment or to lay low and hope this blows over and whatever they may have done doesn't get noticed. Okay. So they're a little worried a lot of people are wondering about this one set of parents, though, these six point five million dollar parents do we know more about them and where that money went? Yes, we do. It was just reported today by the Los Angeles Times originally who the student is in the case of the family who paid six point five million dollars. This was a family that the prosecutors had alluded to. Since they first announced this case, but they had not named them. And they haven't been charged. But they'd said that a family paid William singer who was the college consultant at the middle of all this six and a half million dollars to get into a school. It turns out that the students is named UC. Joe I don't exactly know how to pronounce that her parents live in Beijing. And she was a bit astute to Stanford in twenty seventeen and what I've learned is that Mr. singer, the college consultant tried to get her admitted to Stanford as a recruit for the failing team, he wasn't ultimately Scott successful in getting her recruited, but she did get in. The prosecutors have said Hartley on the basis of having fabricated failing accomplishments and singer subsequently made a half million dollars donation to Stanford failing program. This was of course, only a fraction of what he. He got paid from her family. So they have still not been charged. We don't know exactly why you can be sure that prosecutors have looked at them. And may still be looking at them. We don't know exactly if they are still under investigation or have been cleared, and it's not clear what they may have known about. Exactly what arrangement singer was trying to make or made with the Sanford failing program. Kate stay where you are which bring Brett Tolman in. Brent your former prosecutor people do wonder on a case like this. We have so many people involved. Why do prosecutors make the determination to charge some at one point in some others? Is there a strategy behind this? Or is it just simply that they need to wait together. Certain evidence. Well, there's there's impart both their strategy. And there's certainly evidence that has to be gathered. They may be aware of some individuals and not yet feel that they have sufficient evidence to present that to the grand jury. I think there's a big question right now. You know, it was great reporting. So I completed my co guest on on this. You know, she did a terrific job. I think it'd be very thorough on this. What you have is at the heart of this. Yes. Singer and singers probably attempting right now to help himself as much as possible and turn on everyone that he possibly can. Because in the federal system is the only way that you can't shorten your sentence. Once you pled guilty. So that's going on what what question is in my mind is what are those who know that it's possible? The acts could come down. They could be charged. What is their best strategy and nine out of ten times in the federal system is to go to the feds before they come to you? You have. Very confident. But it's not gonna happen. If you're going to try to lay low strategy what about for those who are fighting? And we think about Laurie Lachlan if more and more parents do say, yes, this was going on. And then they say, look we all knew it was going on well that gets harder for her to fight. It does get harder for her to fight and the other. The other issue is in the federal system you are actually penalized. If you go all the way to trial, and if you decide to testify in your own half on your own behalf and take the stand you could also get additional time for obstruction of Justice. So it's a very risky decision. K? Do we know do, you know, how many students have actually been dismissed from their colleges because of the scandal? I only know of two students who've been dismissed from their colleges. One was a student at Yale whose name was just revealed in the last week also. So also from China and her parents had paid singer one point two million dollars to get her recruited to Yale as a soccer player. There's not a soccer player or at least. That's what singer did we don't know what her family actually knew. And then this student that Stanford. The former students at Stanford that we've been talking about was Stanford rescinded her emiss- admission, and she is no longer at Stanford USC university of southern California is investigating some roughly two dozen students. So that it seems to be students whose parents have already been charged and maybe some others who are somehow implicated in the scandal. And we'll be figuring out what to do with them Taylor with the New
The travel industry seeks to limit phone use
"To reconcile the useful and necessary capabilities that smartphones bring with the well with the distractions that they bring us well, right because business case in point the travel industry, you know, the drill right and any crowd of tourists. You will find lots of phones in people's hands. And they could be pretty useful for find your way around the streets bears or showing friends and family would agree time. You're having wherever you are. Or we should be fair staying in touch with the office if you absolutely have to. But the thing is there are large parts of the travel industry that would just as soon you put the thing away. Marketplace's we're not a sago has that one. Some resorts are offering perks like free snorkeling tours to guess to manage to give up their devices for a few hours a resort in. Puerto Vallarta offers a detox concierge to replace phones with boardgames psychologist art Markman at the university of Texas at Austin says cell phones are. Competition for an industry whose product is the here. And now you're supposed to get away from everything and the thing about your cell phone is it connects you back to all the things that you were doing before you were on vacation in its sixteenth study Markman found that people who use their phones for more than two hours each day during -cation, we're more likely to have trouble remembering their trip. So it makes some sense for the travel industry to at least try to get people off devices, even if it means fewer Instagram posts, featuring their businesses. It's lunch hour at the Wyndham. Bonnet creek resort in Orlando waiters are shuttling menus Dockery's. And my he sandwiches to suntanned guests at the poolside restaurant. The area is surrounded by palm trees, there's even a lake nearby filled with boy fish, Harry Chohan is not looking at any of this. But construction manager arrived from Buffalo New York just a few hours ago with his wife and daughter for a weekend vacation, but he's scrolling through emails on his phone. I have stopped going on at work his daughter Harley, a twenty road college student majoring in communications has her head down to she's snap chatting to a sunshine deprived audience back home hits knowing back home now. So I'm like rubbing at my friends faces and I've slain by the pool what the children's also don't see across from their phones in between the salt shaker and the catch up on their table is a sign that reads phone free zone and here comes a resort staff member carrying a clipboard and some. Little grey pouches to explain you know, much about it. Or have you heard about it from anyone in the hotel Ted surface who runs food service at the resort tells the cho- men's he can put their phones in the pouches in lock them away. Among the enticements a chance to win a five nights. Stay at the resort. Lock them up for the for the lunch base say yes. Within seconds. They're eating and talking with each other Wyndham grand is thinking about rolling out. Optional phone free zones in all its hotels this year, but asking vacationers to drop their phones doesn't always work out rusty Hartley launched his company off the grid. Tours back in two thousand thirteen he tried to lead cell phone free excursions to breweries in Canada and caves in New Zealand, but he found out quickly that people need it their phones for so many things onto instructions how to get somewhere. What time to be there? So now, he lets people use their phones on the tours. Yes. Our phones are central to who we are what we. Do may even on vacation like the show. Men's sandy Higgins from Maryland is vacationing at the Wyndham resort here in Orlando. But I'm like them. She's not going to give up her phone. No way. No how I keep my phone with me for emergencies. Or if the kids have to contact us, a recent study from common sense media found sixty nine percent of parents and seventy eight percent of teens check their devices at least hourly divorcing ourselves from our phones on vacation the a bridge too far for many,
"hartley" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast
"Anyway, you know, I think I. I don't buy that. They're really unhappy about being cared for somebody other than the press. I think they obviously prefer their parents. But the the older children go to school, and they're not complaining about going to school per se like they're being there with their teachers their whole day. So there into other adults. It's it's just this particular setup that I think they're they're also sensing that that mom feels some misgivings about it. And I feel like kids when they know it's a complicated for their parents will will push on that too. Whereas if the mom is just like will this is the way it is than than they don't at. There's absolutely no research that she's hurting her kids by not being there when they get home. I there's no research that she's helping them either. It's just that. There's no way to do a good study on this. I mean, what variable are you looking at? And how kid turns out like are you looking at you know, if they had a sitter when they were six whether they graduate from high school. I don't know like are you looking at whether they're happy when they're twenty five what is your important variable? I have no idea you wouldn't be able to design a study that way an end, you know, these things are also intertwined in the sense that kids need. Time and money. Obviously, if mom is working more hours, there's less time with the kids often on the other hand, there's more money and for for many families. It's it's not an insignificant question. Whether mom works are not in terms of the family's wellbeing. So I think there's there's also, you know, hard to tease that out. So you know, I think that s Sarah said she should try to find a really good job. She loves his happy about and then she can figure out what would be the situation that the kids would, you know, find best how they the childcare should support Radyr job. If a year end, it is completely not working, and they are unhappy, and she's had her best go and create a childcare situation that does afford her a lot of support at it. Start working than than fine, you know, figure out something else, but you're probably better off trying and then seeing where you need to go from there rather than just assuming it can't work because of some story, you're. Telling yourself that you absolutely have to be home. When your kids get off the bus or else, you're a bad parent, which I think is another story this going there. Yeah. I'm gonna throw in one other thing that I thought of as I'm listening to this mess, which is that perhaps they if they did decide that you know, the kids are better off having having a turn him twice a week could be her once a week in her hosting wants. So perhaps she could find a dream job or use PTO where she lives for early a couple of one one day week, you know, in the maybe he be one day a week. And then they've gotten the same kind of balance that they have this front setup without with as much of a sacrifice. So that was another. Yep. And it's one of those also wants where you wanted to the gender flip and see how this would sound if a dad was writing it, and I can't really do that. Yeah. And I also made her idea that she somehow hurting her children by having them with three hours with a sitter. Now. I just I have trouble seeing this. I mean, these kids are so incredibly lucky to have to loving carrying end employed. Parents. I really don't think it's the the three hours at the center is one way or another in the whole grand scheme of things. So anyway, this has been best of both worlds we've been talking with Gemma Hartley about emotional labor..
"hartley" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast
"I my husband, and I had our calendar meeting last night, and we were already looking at like stuff at the end of November December and figuring out potentially weekend conflicts that you know. The kids have multiple things at once in other than like, wow. You know, it's good. I think that we're looking at it. But on the other hand, like we'd probably still be able to deal with it the week of if we needed to at end. So there are some aspect of this that we're so far ahead plan that it it just there is quite a bit of space to to deal with problems. If we've been don't plan, I would say this podcast. We had our guests. It's not like, you know, we didn't have a guest scheduling we're scrambling to figure out an episode. And by the way, these episodes are airing told November, and we're recording them in October. So it's, you know, the the planning thing is we we may be pretty far on the spectrum of of what normal people might do. Yeah. There is slack built in. So that it's actually you know world doesn't fall apart. If on a given weekend is just like, we're just gonna let chips fall because you're right. I mean, I still have like multiple date nights plan for Novell like there. There are things that I had set. Up previously. I mean, if I were in the slump forever, then yes. In January, we start to have issues were I think we did pretty burned out. But then maybe that would motivate me to get my planning Mojo back or maybe our guests Jemma is gonna teach me how to share this duty a little bit better. And I think that's a good segue. Yeah. Let's see what she has to say. We are so excited to welcome Jemma Hartley to the podcast today on Jemma is the author of the book fed up which is out today when this is Aaron November thirteen that's really exciting to have her on for this. She lives in Nevada and is the mother of three children young children. And a lot of people got to know Gemma when she wrote an article for Harper's bazaar a little over a year ago about emotional labor that women aren't nags were just fed up. So that's the fed up title comes from. So general thanks for coming on. Thanks for having me. I'm excited to be here. Anything else? You wanna tell our listeners about your life your setup that I didn't say on the enter there. I think that about covers I'm Nevada. I'm taking care of three young kids. And, you know, writing writing this is wonderful. So we're very, you know, this this idea of emotional labor is definitely something people are talking about a lot more now than in the past. What exactly is it? How do you define emotional labor? So when I'm defining emotional labor. I'm talking about all of the invisible sort of behind the scenes work that women are doing to keep everyone on track and keep everyone comfortable while they're keeping them on track. It's the scheduling, doctor's appointments planning..
"hartley" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"News now act three of nights starring Mary at Hartley on the twilight zone. Oh, I can't. Putting a pillow. No. John. Leave me alone. Phone company. Miss.
Elon Musk apologizes to British caver for "pedo" tweet
"Eighteen Breakfast, Virginia, Honey brewer on talk radio coming. Up so what he, wouldn't he just a. Repeated I, said the word would instead of what the sentence should have. Been I don't see any reason why wouldn't be Russia sort of a double. Negative Donald Trump felt the need to clarify his statements that he made about Russia when he stood alongside Vladimir Putin in Helsinki earlier this, week I've heard about, you but I definitely felt so let's have a bit of. Fun fill in the blank Trump would dot dot, dot treat me at. Radio we'll get some of those coming up next, say I'll be speaking to a. Comedian he was humiliated sympathy using a disabled space on a, train and how do we stem the tide of fake? News, well I'll try to find out is it Murli permissible to edit human? Embryos an ethics inquiry has, said, yes the time is five minutes past. Nine this is the no nonsense breakfast with, Julia Hartley, brewer On We'll get you so. Okay we said he will get you talking lots to talk about in this hour and we'll, say we've got breaking news in the last. Hour the. Billionaire Elon Musk has issued a formal public apology A British man who helped rescue twelve schoolboys, from that cave calling him. A pita guy based on no evidence what so ever absolute absolute hero Unsworth a British man, living in Thailand keen cave expert who create. A crucial. Role in getting those twelve boys and they're The football coach out alive and well and he, is not accepted an apology from. Elon Musk after, he tweeted that he was a seventy because this guy had. Said it was a bit of a pierced onto. Beetle muster offer his submarine to try and get the kids, Minnie's upraising no understanding of the cave conditions and it really wasn't much help but extraordinary story begging mind today to the ties school was making public appearances we've seen some footage face gossip up in there Hospital beds in China but they'll give making some of their personal appearances and some of them will be starting to go home see just incredible amazing. News dominated so much in the last few weeks, and a great news. That that is all being well result well one thing that hasn't been quiet resolved. Though is, what Donald Trump seems to think, of Ladimir puritan and what he thinks visit talent, agencies last night he is sat down in the White House and made a statement. In which he clearly. Was reading saying that he had misspoken when he completely failed to blame. Russia for interfering in the, American election twenty sixteen that was, why he was standing alongside plasma Putin their, joint press conference after the summit in Helsinki he said he'd be surprised by the storm of criticism the photos his remarks where he basically said I believe Putin over my own intelligence, security agencies we paid you a little clip a few moments ago Peterson to the full clip, it's even more astonishing let's have. A listen to, what the United States president had to say now I have. To say I came back and I said what Is going on what's. The big deal so I got a transcript are reviewed it I actually. Went out and reviewed a, clip of an answer that I, gave And I realized that there is a need for some. Clarification it should have been obvious I thought it would be obvious but I would. Like to clarify just in case it wasn't. An a key sentence Enviro remarks I said the word would instead of wouldn't The sentence should have been I don't see any. Reason why wouldn't why wouldn't be rushing so Just to repeat it I said the word would instead of. Wooden And the sentence Schiller Ben and I thought I would be maybe a little. Bit unclear on the transcript. Or run smear on the actual video the sentence should have been I don't. See any reason why it wouldn't be Russia Sort of a double negative So. You can put that in and I think that probably clarifies. Things, pretty good by itself yeah that'd probably clarifies. Things pretty good by itself goodness me if you didn't chuckle alternatively with just sort of being just horrified, by to that detailed statement then you're listening to..
"hartley" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Tom hartley program on the line with us is dr william reeves he is retired emergency medicine medics medicine physician longtime activists around issues a foreign policy economic justice and human rights travel to cuba with knee and code pink back in february william or berry what would you prefer i call you up preferred barry hey barry so few are like just very wired into what's going on in honduras can you tell us about that up trouble to honduras three times since twenty six i guess what in order to understand on the most important thing is to understand the role of us foreign policy just a brief background and two thousand nine progressive smells ally was deposed in a military coup bombs administration and coup was basically endorsed rubberstamps except for hillary clinton two thousand nine on the government emphasized policies of neoliberalism progress assertion of enterprises a steady austerity measures and those cages provoked march of the pressure on immigration conditions in the country deteriorated deteriorated ever since two thousand nine and twenty sixteen honduras the first time and that was after the assassination of the woman night berta castro's so she was an internationally famous environmentalist earth really shocked the country even though they're accustomed to political violence hearse house you could probably be compared to saas of martin luther king the country was stunned that someone shots fast forward to the election presidential election of twenty seventeen last november a coalition parties opposition to the regime was clearly ahead of the elections most observers understand that but liberal would have won the election by five percentage points i'll ever during the course of the election there were computer glitches occurred multiple times and once the computers came back online somehow served with canada election so that was on november twenty seventeen what happened about flying on protests that occurred throughout the country was followed by declarations of martial law curfews military arrested thirteen hundred people three people were killed on the streets and the most recent visits dan april this year to support primarily political prisoners who've been incarcerated the post election protests that have gone on i think it's important when people think about about immigration refugees that we realize the impact of our foreign policy come to this country for many reasons economic opportunity crime but foreign policy wise accused wall that's not always part of the discussion on has there been a you know i i mean i i recall iran contra in the eighties has there been a parallel screw up on our part or or misplaced loyalties or or whatever you wanna call it in guatemala and el salvador the other two countries the seem to be sending us large numbers of refugees well i think you know the short answer is yeah one of the most interesting speakers we interviewed on trump's was a ma'am gerardo was a lawyer there's a member of the labor party and condor us and yeah observations that went like that everyone in honduras now understands that the us department decides to their president will be and also understand that they're currently under a dictator chef do you ask was the first country to certify or accept the election results of the election in november clearly saw so when one chance to understand us i think in the broadest sense you have to think about sort of the battle between optimism and so liberal capitalism's most stream along a battle between that ideology and socialism that was to say a system of economics that somehow tends to work after relate some people that sort of democratic socialism in brooklyn wants not not soviet socialism correct and so that's how that bottle is played out and i think that you know two stints at these countries head toward a democratic socialism no get of course box and that's that's my opinion depending on the the opinion of honda runs on the ground to right who are on the front lines of there on the front lines bottle is is there is there hope for a solution and honduras or is it going to have to come out of the united states and and what can people who are who are listening to this program right now do about this what kind of americans do to to help solve this problem that the united states appears to health if not created certainly exacerbated.
Brexit: Jacob Rees-Mogg faces backlash after warning to Theresa May
"Nonsense breakfast with julia hartley brewer we'll get you so okay we certainly will join me this morning russell quirk is the founder and chief executive of the property website email takeda uk say comedian amplats glad to visit kate smith wait good morning to you coming up we all going to be talking more about the footy coming up on on tuesday night of course atticus wimbledon starts today but no andy murray what a shame lots of your tweets coming in about brexit should the prime minister will be replaced by a bricks it is someone who believes in brexit as opposed to somebody who perhaps this is a little bit too much to hurt incredibly europhile somewhat say you're a fanatic civil servants well the leader of the eurosceptic european research group at jacob breathe smoke is basically a facebook instigating open tory rebellion could be the theresa may's government could collapse unless she delivers the brexit as jacob says she herself has promised now is a critical summit at chequers country residence this friday and it will see a time when the cabinet has to meet and finally agree when are months and months after they tried to start agreeing on what the government's proposals will beat the eu on trade and jacob smoke has made clear that he and his colleagues are going to vote against mrs maes deal if she feels that ever what she has said she would he compared his position to that of sir robert peel the former conservative prime minister forced to quit in eighteen forty six of his party revolted over the peel of the corridors takes a back to matt alevels thank you very much indeed.
Suspect in Annapolis shooting identified as Jarrod Ramos
"Carmen roberts we're learning more about the man suspected of fatally shooting five people at the capital gazette in maryland identifies him as thirty eight year old jared ramos who's been in a long running feud with the paper been twenty eleven capital staff writer eric thomas hartley wrote an article about rama's the peace detailed how rama stockton woman he went to high school with calling her bulgar names and sending her messages toxic trace gallagher hartley no longer works for the president trump helped break ground yesterday for the ten billion dollar foxconn plant in milwaukee buddy singled out a company based their harley davidson please build us beautiful motorcycles in the usa please okay don't get cute with us don't get cute harley plans to move some production overseas in response to the us eu tariffs fox news.
London, Julia Hartley and Professor Stephen Hawking discussed on C-SPAN
"Claimant's i go around the country visiting jobcentres they think that the system is much simpler and easier and actually the disincentives of not taking on work have gone taking a photo under a person's claes without my consent could result in two years in jail in england and wales in future laws making socalled up skirting specific criminal offense are already in place in scotland gay rights campaigners appraise peter tatchell for using the world cup joy tension to the treatment of minorities in russia mr tatchell has been released from custody but his juice repairing court later this month for breaking rules around protesting journalists for the pink newspaper benjamin butterworth has been telling julia onto right here it is vital these issues and not ignored during the football the fact that the world cup in russia is obscene russia routinely discriminates against gay men violently institutionally but most salaries a liverpool football player and news in the world cup with egypt was photographed with category of the leader of chechnya who was put these game in concentration camps just a few days ago these sorts of things are not simply sporting events they're unique ways for awful leaders to get capital tennis legend boris becker has avoided bankruptcy proceedings in the uk with a diplomatic loophole is become a sports ambassador to the central african republic that means he gets immunity a memorial service for professor stephen hawking is to be held at westminster abbey in london this lunchtime it'll include readings from astronaut tim peak and benedict cumberbatch who played the physicist in tv film his ashes will be buried alongside other great scientists like darwin and newton the weather today lighter win sunny spells scattered showers i'll be heaviest in the north and quite warm when the sun comes through across the uk online and on the independence republic of mike graham on talk radio blasted rhetoric from the banana republic for people who say capital punishments isn't going mealy far enough the reverend to migrate rebellious rebuilds three brandon debate with the grain dictates the independence republic of my graham this morning from ten wherever you stand have your say on the uk's most outspoken space station the no nonsense breakfast julia hartley brewer on sold radio we'll get you it's okay titas until radio i'm jillian bill thank you very much indeed for joining.
"hartley" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Yeah i mean i think when she got pregnant we we were not married but i was excited about it i remember i suppose being excited a little overwhelmed like oh sure this is life changing but excited and wanting to do this and wanting to be together and it was it was wonderful and so how long were you dating before she got the no i'm not quite sure six months year something not not that it was no no no how long not that long so i met you pretty much right after this was all happening no no probably three years after that how old was bella i mean i don't remember what she'd like through his tiny little we've known each other for what ten years now ten years yeah so then you just on the auckland pilot and that did not get picked up right which it was kind of devastating but at the time but now i'm like thank god it was a really devastating yeah i i didn't know anything about that i thought when you got i didn't understand i thought when i when i got the pilot and it was remember at the time it was like the it was like the one to get it was algom miles miller sita's perfect it was all lined up like this winter came and shot that for you this is going to be i don't think he did not do that i don't think he did okay but i i was like this is going to be basically this is this huge thing they have called smallville and this is just another version of that in the water and it's going to be just as big a small it's gonna be awesome so that was before smallville that was before they liked you enough to say hey yeah and that brought you in a little bit later you know i was supposed to be on smallville four six three six episodes i think was my entire arc that was it how much do i don't know how many did i do how many episodes i do i do like i've been hartley like seven fifty six you do that mino guest star you got you get bumped up of course series regular yeah or a couple years yeah maybe i did fifty forty i don't know i don't know how many did i.
"hartley" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"And the the traditional managers interestingly a lot of the traditional taft hartley managers consultants rather tend to have the same group of investment managers that they select from when we went to oh that had not had any taft hartley experience before the termination of existing managers and replacement was was astonishing i think there was there's maybe one manager out of thirty that they kept and the exists on the existing group and brought in a group of of managers that many of which i knew of heard of many of which i i never heard of before so that would tell me that there is in this isn't really a criticism i guess but within the taft hartley investment landscape there's certain firms that have chosen to focus on this part of ensue investor market and they've been successful and others of chosen not to and so it's self selecting because of that whether that circumstance means that we are getting getting inferior returns i don't know i mean again this is this is one of the one of the interesting aspects of the annot co model with all these new managers coming in are we gonna outperform because they really better but but yeah you on a very localized individual level and we're sitting down with in the traditional model and interviewing managers we we talk about capacity issues and we talk about you know whether or not there they've just become too large that that's one of the one of the factors that we consider when we hire a manager a very local level it's going to be pretty fascinating now that you've got won't call it of course race but now they have different looking horses.
"hartley" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Trying to get to where and i think the end up of led break yeah below in him at his year hartley morning might not here wow there were that was an cycle is going down inside of hot early which is very now and i mean they don't pena realize that they are great the barnum on buddy that they're the victims of just my being there just by being there there creating animosity log like okay but they have a right to be there so i should not call i need to be well then where they're going to ride their bikes well i don't get i'm telling time the same thing let him get appellate done yeah the pella time is the line of cyclists i think no no no i'm got in a bad doesn't airy cycle that is but make no that kind of barely and can the journey had an fan doing on a valid with do with the jogger's on the side of the road to those bother you well i think they'll have the best fleshed is and that's not what i asked do they bother you should there be a new lot that make them change of that they can or on the signed out of the yeah there's no other made because a jogger think you coming they will get off that of the on mad at that moment number and lead the you know the car no but i don't get into the bank when and how are what the bag and unfortunately they have a right to be there for fortunately whatever they have the right to be there and it's up to you to hand handle your anger so jerry deep breath the press most some like jazz music right don't.