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"huck" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack
"US and elsewhere but. Subs and having a direct relationship with the people who follow what we do and love will do is absolutely vital and it was interesting to see the Serbs did shoot up during the crisis as well as direct sales. So online sales went up, which is great to see great to see that that the audience even if they're unable to get hold of a copy through through that local newsagents, Dildo seek it out and try and find a way of getting hold of it. So that was great to see and it's it's an important. Part of our relationship with audiences but also crucially a a big part of the business model right having having the ability to. have subscribers have copied sales. Advertising and the various other. Revenue Streams that make up a a modern you know publishing company in Twenty Twenty and Vince I'm curious you mentioned in the beginning of the interview that you know you quite like the the topic of surfing and You were the editor of surfing because I, I love the idea of serve just out of curiosity was a title from Brazil or from the UK I'm curious about that. So I used to be an editor at Surfing magazine in California and I grew up surfing and skating and those. Those. Things were a big part of my life and you know I've always sort of experienced it and seen as kind of like. You know only something that's great to do and an awesome and fun but but something that carries the degree of sort of a rebellion within it right? I mean even if you the history of surfing surfing was banned by missionaries in in Hawaii when they first arrived in the hundreds, it was seen as a as a rebellious thing and. Even these days when when the surf's going off and there's waves, you know if you're a hardcore surfer, you want to go to work you're going to the beach and get those waves. So there is kind of like this. You know rebellious sort of a myth attached to and and you know Huck kind of very much emanates from this space. You know it's kind of like inspired by but of course, in its manifestation is just using that as a as a springboard. There's a starting point to look at wider culture from from our counter narrative. Point of view just looking at things from a nonconformist kind of perspective if you will. So That's what surfing fits in. It's it's like something that I brought with me from being from growing up surfing not very well by the way, but I grew up Servino. And having added at Surf, mags etc and I brought that with me when I moved to London that's like maybe fifteen sixteen years ago. Now it's been a long time and it's kind of like part of the it's built into the DNA of the publication of. Not Serve Mad. We're like a coach magazine that. Carries a little bit of that ethos in it, but I'll interest is in in culture and brought her. Bra things that that transcends space of Action Sports Surf, Ski, etc. There was Vince Medeiros publisher of little white lies and huck little white lies. Issue Eighty five is out now and so is huck issue seventy three. And now we had to Paris piece by Julia Webster I used to where she speaks of Olivier, director of the Museum of the Cooperative Arts or music is not they talk about Harper's bazaar I in fashion and exhibition the chronicles. The magazine's one, hundred, fifty, two year history through fashion pieces drawn from the museum's collection for the reopening of the of the of the enemies we really wanted to do something very spatial. Then you sink of a spatial in fashion, we didn't want to do a big exhibition on the big house be brands or a big fashion designer we didn't want to orientate or. Strategy and put see just being a metro someone. Shoes could have been someone else. So prefer to find more global subjects and one of the. Most. Exciting. Subject we find was with found was in a discussion with Glenda. Bailey we just retired has chief editor of operas bizarre us. Think two years ago in a in a lunch in New York discuss that would be very interesting one day to do. This. Bizarre because it's the oldest fashion magazine, the world it was founded in eighteen, sixty, seven not only about fashion but also the women in society intimidation culture off. Fashion and we took I mean lot with Glenda but. An exhibition, the fashion magazine, the magazine is. Read you. You. You Buy. You read some very often. ooh, threw away for the real fashion. Did you keep them to have your personal archives? and. Very, often when you talk about fashion magazine. Many of the project I have the best visited. On any fashion magazine was more or less that. Picture, beautiful photograph to Balu magazine Exhibited as history of the magazine. And here we wanted to do something totally different. Was that this kind of exhibition with beautiful for graph but more about. Entering into a newspaper or magazine in three. Dimension. His very deep, very strong relationship between. Of course, fashion photograph. But also what makes magazine I mean intelligence. Spirits. Use usually typography and also because it's fashion addresses fashion itself because it would have been a pity to show that fashion magazine very hopeful participated into defining or sense of these three of fashion in a museum when you are buying a beautiful piece of fashion there the Creator Aquisition Committee same. Dress West Pollution APAs bizarre in nineteen twenty five in as like a celebration. Of Excellence. Excellency of his dress regarding all three of fashion. So it's not superficial I mean. Very strong relation between newseum. Museum World Fashion Industry Invention, magazine, and I guess that's the reality of history of fashion in in between the three important characters history of fishing. Could we give and take a look at the pieces. Lose. Fact that? More. Contemporary. Time of uppers bizarre listed there or Glenda Bailey. A they so much attention to. The fashion magazine as an expression of profession and contrary expression of fashions, and it's interesting to this very strong artistic content rappers. Bizarre is the late nineteenth. Century with great artist I mean drawing and painting cover of the magazine was extended to prison world through I. Mean Commission to Great Photograph Lack I mean Peter Barrack or trump good to do a great Mesh. Edges like a nice proper fashion from the tree like a sense of.
"huck" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack
"Show here a new title for New Zealand on their local architecture plus delve into the history of the clinic title Harper's bazaar. But I in the show, I had the pleasure to speak with Vince medals, Decio Co founder, and publisher of two titles. I very much admire her and little white lies. Vince tells me how was to publish magazines during lockdown and reviews what's in the latest issue of both his titles. So TCI's the parent company of Hugging Literali. So we've always been first and foremost publishers magazine Publishers Very. Much rooted in in print print is our gained. That's where we come from and we we started out by looking at the the landscaping and figuring out that there were things that we could add to it. You know in our view anyway. So huck, for example, originated as something that that was heavily influenced by servants GEICO I used to be a a Surf magazine editor back in the day and grew up sort of a skating and surfing, and what we did with huck was sort of a take this sort of a nuclear of servants gay as as these rebellious anti systemic fringe sports and apply that Lens to to wider Ghotra. So huck was effectively A. Youth Coach magazine rooted. In this notion that you know we can tell stories that go against the grain that challenge the mainstream and that do something that hopefully offers counterpoint to to what's out there. So you know Huck huck came from that place of offering something something different something that challenge dominant accounts, and how that manifests itself is we try and battle selves with subcultures and tell those stories whether it's a protest in Chile or extinction rebellion stuff or I skates scene in Athens that work with refugees. Covering the protests. So that's our bread and butter for Hook. You know covering counts inherited across youth culture and Huck huck came about has something that hopefully added to the landscape from that point of view and little allies has that same spirit. You know he came about as a response to. To. You know film journalism with felt that there was something that we could add the landscape something that was perhaps more focused on us. That's something that that added combined honest reviews with a focus on the craft of film through a beautiful when. People, magazine I. Think One of the things that. That really encapsulated both titles. The fact that there is a huge emphasis on aesthetics on how things look on how things feel on the photography on the illustration on the design That's definitely a dominant themes throughout them. So so so you can't tell the story of TCI without saying first and foremost. We are magazine publishers we love print we you know we we're journalists and designers and also Vince I. Mean they're both very much beloved titles and they work very well, we've brings like I couldn't imagine then just on online platform but tell us I mean of. Course covid nineteen disrupted manion many industries. But if things very clever, what you guys did with even the latest issue of little white lies because we know that every issue is dedicated in a way to one film. But because there was a lack of you know many films being released. So I think you did something very special. Let's talk about what you've done little white lies and then go to her because what which is another fascinating site that you told me but let's start with a little white lie. So so you guys have decided during the pandemic. Things a little bit right as some of you may know little allies is. Premised on us you. Covering a particular film placing that film on the cover celebrating head and applying that film and its various themes and issues as a lens through which we look at wider culture and the various themes that emanate from the film. Obviously entering the world of cove it and the fact that there were very, very few if any new releases coming out, we have to try and find different ways of of putting out a magazine and putting out a magazine that that still resonated and made sense in this world we live in. So so what we did was we did have an issue celebrating food and fill you know sort of A. Themed Issue exploring making a connection between the creativity of film and the creativity that people were forced into during lockdown. You know especially in relation to cooking you know. So the the stories look at food as a literal pot of narrative and documentary film you know how feeds into stories, how it's prepare for the camera it's Cetera but also about how people eat habits, celebrities food culture in Hollywood and beyond. And what about how coming? That was a very interesting story you guys had on more or less an issue almost out, but then the pandemic started. So why did you decide to do with it? So. We had an issue ready to go in like February. But then the Welsh shutdown right and we had to sort of. figure out what to do with it, and in the end we decided you know what? There's no point in putting a magazine out right now. Let's wait until we're able to. Distribute, a magazine because tradition chains were as you know massively. Disrupted and just getting a magazine out was you know very difficult at the time. So what we did was we start, we had a MAG ready to go in February and then lockdown happened. Ju- Toco Vid. And put magazine on hold right. Let's wait and see what happens and we picked it back up only June. And when we look at the material, it's like, okay, is this magazine still relevant? So much has happened right? So much has changed. I. Mean. We're only what six months into the year and it feels like. I'd year has gone by right if not longer. So when he came to two, we decided no no this magazine remains relevant everything. That's here speaks to the here and now and to the future as we rebuild and figure out what kind of world and what kind of society we WANNA live in. So. When it came to decide, let's keep it. The material is strong, but when it came to updating the material. What we decided to do was we decided to hand it back to the people featured in. Both the people featured in as well as journalists and a photographers and give them a chance to to annotate to add to it and effectively become like almost like co-authors of their own stories So the result is a pretty fluid magazine that exists between then I pre- cove it, and now as we we're still navigating this crisis, but we're in a different place from the place we were in. Earlier this year and the whole. annotated by the various people that were feature as well as as the writers and photographers means a question both both titles because for example, even little white lies I feel that every issue is something that you would like to keep it at home at least I do quite a few call piece. How is I mean? Of course you have newsstand sales but I think subscriptions must be very important for you guys, right? Yeah. No. Having the direct relationship with audiences is absolutely vital of course, newsstand matters and we're out there and we'd try and be as widely available as possible not only in the K.. But across. Europe in the.
"huck" Discussed on The Playbook
"On this episode of the playbook I have Simon, Hook founder and CEO Judy and the principle of Command Entertainment Group and we're going to talk about emergencies what to do emergencies and what miss apply to emergencies. Join me for all of this and more on the playbook. This is entrepreneurs the playbook. Each week daybreak you some of the greatest athletes, celebrities and onto. To talk about their personal and professional playbook to success in what made them champions are on the field and in the boardroom. I'm your host. David meltzer This Day. Meltzer with entrepreneurs, the playbook and I have a new friend of mine, and he's kind of a soul mate Simon Hug. He's the principal of command. Entertainment Group, and founder and CEO of Judy. which is not my girlfriend, Judy, not my wife. Julie but an unbelievable organization to help people and I love philanthropic entrepreneurs like yourself Simon welcome to the playbook. Thank. You David so excited to be here. You know I really wanted to have you. On because I, believe that there's a common denominator. There's certain people that no matter what they do. My my aunt, who was in Manhattan. Who is one of my mentors? said people either have it or they don't have it. And I used to give me the complement and say I know you're going to be successful. Will because you have it when I I bet you that would have been my description. Simon Huck. Has It? and it's an indescribable force one in which allows you to have this know tenacity of that you must be what you can be, but also this empathy you work so closely for example the Kardashians right you work with their brand and other brands entitles in your legend in that space. But. Only one person, it's not an accident like people. Just all Simon's lucky. He met these people, and then this is your whole life before you meant the carnage sins I promise. You saw US hoping that. Maybe you kind of talk. People through what your perspective was in relationships in order to evacuate the success that you have in business, but also then how that is relative to like you have experienced the people in need, and you say hey. I have a solution I'm going to continue this effort. Yeah, and it's! It's so interesting because you hear people who say Oh, you've met this person along the way which obviously helped propel your career, but at the time you know when I started my career in two, thousand, four, thousand five. We were an entertainment marketing company I was working for This guy named Jonathan Chapman and lizzy group men, both were kind of these well known industry publicists in in New York City and the idea of kind of mixing celebrity with brands I mean people were doing traditional endorsements, but it wasn't. There wasn't this red carpet kind of instagram culture that exists now. It was a totally different story back then and the people that I met early on in my career, who were kind of budding starlets I mean at the time that I met him in two thousand seven, she didn't have. On e. N. We all really started at the saying Plainfield I was. An associate at a PR company and we all had our eye on the Bullseye. We all wanted to build something. I was very focused on behind the camera work and she was obviously focused on TV work and You know over the years our careers have grown, and I'm now at a point you know when I just launched judy for months ago, where after sixteen years of building all these meaningful relationships?.
Haka and cultural appropriation
"The Haka is a part of Mari Culture. It's a type of movement that involves the whole body invoice New Zealand's rugby team. The all blacks performed a version of it at competitions around the globe here they are performing it in Japan during a match last year's Rugby World Cup. Many team members are Maury. What you'll hear is they're stomping their hands beating on their chests entice. On how. It's impressive to watch a Haka. Traditionally, it's not for entertainment. It's ceremonial has deep roots in multiculture. Of course, some people don't understand that and mimic anyway. A handful of Brazilian companies use the Haka in their corporate retreats. The Non Murray owner of Hakka training said he learned hawk. By watching videos of the all blacks rugby team. Another company huck Brazil performed the Haka at a Ted talks event such displays. Displays are drawing criticism from Murray people, and they're calling it cultural appropriation. We'll get more and what Hawk is and represents today. We are going to start off in new. Zealand joining us today by skype from Christ Church in South Island is cut Edina. Tell you to, and he is a cultural adviser, and he is Maori. Welcome to native America calling cut of please feel free to further. Introduce Yourself. He, he he he. He made keenum on Athena. Royal Amiga Kotel Kartal Teen Aquileia Lhasa. Choir here Julio or Tiki nor Knighthood Huda. Moon. Killer. Angry to have you here and so we say Haka in before we go any further. How do you like to describe it? A DESCRIBE IT AS A. Traditional ceremony that was formed traditionally by. Warriors before going to war. A Sierra Monitor trump. Please the. He of. War TOMATO INA. was also a former cy cop. The warriors before battle. at performed in. The different areas such as funerals as a way to express emotions. And it was also used as a way to. Win Strangers, come visit. It was a white make sure they were friendly. visit hasn't not enemies. That in probably pre colonization, the has changed a little bit and Would we do use it for? Entertainment purposes now. But the also that buried deep spiritual connection in traditional values associated with the Hutto. In when you're teaching, young people or young people are taught about this in a traditional sense What are they told what is happening because you're using your breath, you're using your body. You're using your your own personal sound What is taught to young people about why you do this in what it is, you're actually giving. So I think this probably two different forms of teaching now this the form of Hakka where you taught to try and intimidate the the opposition and Chevy Hafeez. Scary became. The. The the the other way where some people are taught. For entertainment purposes for competitions against other. Maori people. but as ways. To Euro has taught. That is very serious It's a very serious epsom is. you must take everything seriously you have to. Respect the the different deities that are involved. You You can't make fun of the hacker. You've got to respect your sisters who? Pass on the knowledge of the hookup. And at different tribes have different roles. whereas brought up, you can only do the hacker. With be a fate. And you hit Utah To. Slap you chased You're McCain. Make as much noise as you possibly came. In, so what does it translate to hookup? So these. Years. Does the Hukou as? Some people call it a pretty bored aunts were. A Warrior's dance, but then it depends on. The HAKKA! This is quite a few different Hukou. Hukou has its own unique. meaning. The I think the mice. Common Hacker around the world seems to be the one the all blacks. The. New Zealand rugby team. Comedy. So they'd say. was dedicated to. A woman, who headed, Chafe and a in the ground and a criminal put. And it expresses have the chief. was fearing death. And how? He didn't he had the sense of being of life again and in hell wants the live. The criminal was removed. He saw the the lady setting on top any saw the light. So this multiple different meanings different hugger. In so when you see it being performed by non-indigenous people, what are you witnessing? More often than not I see. non-indigenous people who think that it's funny. They they mock at culture by doing it. why see? Recently an in London. a lot of Kiwis are over there doing the Haka when the drunk which is quite offensive. It's. I'd say total lack of understanding. Tuttle of respect to air eight sisters in God's into a customs.
Adrian Higgins of Washington Post
"I was so worried as a journalist. About what can I write about gardening and pandemic and I actually didn't even have to think about it because the garden is vast for climbed the for when you. have to isolate it I. I didn't fully understand quite how. Nahra Shing. Garden could be in. It was just. It was just a sort of a situation where I had to. To state the obvious, which is the gardens that just so healing and. Nourishing to people. Yeah, you emailed an exchange an email. We had the other day. You mentioned that great, Gardener and Garden Author David Culp had a sharp insight to that effect. You want to share that with everybody else what he said about. The new. Book Of cold a year at Brandy, wine cottage and I'm sure your. Your audience would love to hear directly from him, but. He shares in the book and with me that there were moments in his life where he had to. recuperate from some serious illnesses. And the impulse for. A passionate governor as we know is to. Keep T for us to be the nurse if the garden for us to keep. Looking after it and caring for it, and he said what he what he had to sort of consciously do when he was recuperating, and the garden was to allow the garden to give him some healing back, and it was ready, willing and able to do so so i. think that in itself is an incredible. Less than all of us that we have to, you know sometimes we just have to stop fretting about the weeds or the the wilted leaves or whatever. The lack of Mulch and and just sort of let the garden. You know come back to us. Just said that it reminded me of many years ago. Marco Stefan from Wave Hill who founded wave, started the gardens at wave, Hill in New York I. was moaning around this time of year when spring starts to turn to summer, and everything looks like hell. There's a lot of weeds and cutbacks to be done, and I was like. Oh it's horrible. My place looks horrible and I just can't get I can't get off the hook you know. I'm just on the hook all the time with it and I was moaning moaning, and he said Margaret you created the huck. Just EXHALE! So. It made me think of what you just. Help us, we don't just have to be the nursemaid as you just explained. I think it requires a mental shift because when you own a passionate gardener. You see it as a process is something that you're constantly doing? And we sort of just sit down and stall. And sort of see objectively the What we've created we, we come see what would create with arranged. Right.
"huck" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"Hold on for again. Huck you to comments about my ring light. That was one hundred and twenty was two hundred and fifty lying bastard okay. The chair was on six hundred dollars. All the chair was on sale for four hundred and something. We didn't spend six. It was four hundred something and it was a chair. We really wanted and a lot of places was sold out and it was only. On remember this. It was a big birthday which she had to stay in the house for right, she never party warranty right a quarantine birthday so because she was quarantined and we had right. We're like you know what we're not spending any money on travel. She's not GonNa camp this year. There's a lot of things we can all right all right. She got her way. Well we to get on Nicer Chair. So? The firepit arrives I. And the bottom of the fire has two big dents in it. Now. You really can't see the dense. If you put it on the deck and you put the fire. Wouldn't you can't tell well there are. It's at the bottom right. So who gives a former? Hold on I? Don't Wanna a dented thing, because if it's too dented, might rust, but it wasn't that dented..
"huck" Discussed on Well Made
"Aaron Renner in your home so if you're living in a home of four people only one of those four should be going to the grocery store in an effort to minimize exposure so our job at Judy is to make sure that we're providing fact-based actionable information. That will better prepare them for this. Current emergency versus our job is not to sell them duty if anything. It's one of the first things we learned Josh and I when we were researching emergency preparedness. Do anything the most important thing you can do is educate yourself on what to do in an emergency and make a plan more so than buying a kit. I'm sure my investors kill me for saying that but but that's the truth the education and the self awareness the knowledge that will quite literally Save Your Life. I have a friend She's also a reporter. We were sitting down to do a piece on. Judy was a week after launch and she lives in Long Island. She has two beautiful babies and she had recently renovated her Victorian home and she had completely deconstructed or fireplace and built it back up again and she lit a fire at ten. Am in the morning. Her two babies were asleep and she smelt smoke throughout the day and she didn't think anything of it. She saw no flames and around. Four o'clock after the smoke appear to be more dense. She could smell it in the kitchen. She opened two of the windows in her living room. And what you know about fire safety what I know now but fire safety is when you do that. You actually fuel the fire and what she didn't realize was that. The fire had seeped out of her renovated chimney and was burning the foundation so within twenty minutes of her opening those windows her entire home had burnt down to the ground and she had her two babies in her arms. She was in tears waiting for the firefighters. To come and rescue her and the experience is so dramatic. I mean she when you tell the story you. Can't you have tears in your eyes because it's such a traumatic experience in? This is a person when I asked had you ever thought about emergency preparedness said you ever talked about fire safety with your husband and you know the answer was of course now because so many of us tune it out. Yeah in in that circumstance having the knowledge so much more important probably than anything that you could put in a box at that point in time right and so what are the aspects of education. You're trying to focus on. Or how do you make that approachable? So what we learned was giving someone the manual does not work it almost and I'm the same way you give me a manual. I'll look at the title page and I'm done. So we segment the tips and the information and we slowly deliver it over. You know of course of six to twelve mine so if you are a subscriber we have over thirty thousand subscribers. A Judy it's again it's completely free. We're not giving you all the cove in one thousand nine information in one text message or in one video. Were reminding you every week of. Here's some of the small things you can do to better educate yourself and what we're hearing back from our community is this is working to families reshow to us last night on our social and said we're sending. Us pictures of their designated Errand runner in their home. And those are the kinds of things that inspire us to keep going and to develop new content that inspires people for action. I mean that's the whole goal. How do you get people to change their pattern of behavior around emergencies in? It's a listened before January twenty seventh day we launched Josh and I my co founder and I sat up. Thought you know have. We lost our minds. This is been an uphill battle. Getting Judy off the ground. You know the hypothesis that American families or families all around the world are ready to be prepared for emergencies are ready to take this leap. It was a bold vision and from day to we were so excited that it wasn't just our parents buying Judy's it was people all around the country said to us. Wow we haven't seen a product like this like this is rallying around the mission to be prepared. Is there something you wish if you knew that this was coming? The the corona virus crisis. Would you have done anything differently? Like if you knew this eight months ago. It's a it's a great question. I don't know if we would have done anything differently. Our principles and our mission haven't changed If anything we've we've clamp down on them sharing optimism and sharing news that has fact-based based will always be Judy's core mission. I think one of the things you're seeing during this large scale. Emergency is high steria. You're seeing panic purchasing and you're also seeing a lot of rampant misinformation. That's leading to anxiety so one of the things we were reminded are Judy tribe last week. Our thirty thousand subscribers was get rid of the people in your techs chains. Who are sending you all of this information. That's not helpful. That's kind of sending you into a negative spiral. You really have to be responsible for the energy. That's around you and I know so many people even people on our team we need to take breaks from it It can be really daunting when you're in the middle of a quarantine and there's some grieving that's going on. We're grieving our old life and we're grieving the tragedy. That's around us you you. You mentioned the words fact-based which is something that I feel like. We've gradually thrown out the window as a society over the past however many ten to twenty years or maybe more and a big believer in science and we knew early on Just looking at what. The response was in in places like South Korea or China. That face masks quarantine. These different things should be applied to the situation and it just took way too long for those things to be put into practice at a and a lot of it was because people were ignoring the facts and I I wonder. Do you think that this crisis is GONNA make people change their mind about that? Look back and think maybe we should have been listening to looking at the facts or listening to the experts on this or I'm hoping that this will happen but I don't know I think that this will forever change that there will be a fundamental shift on how we think and prepare for all future emergencies and I think that based on what we're seeing with science and people from all around the world who are tuning in and actually listening. I mean there. Is this kind of beautiful silver lining where we have seen people really. Listen I mean there are of course reports in the media of some people who are going against social distancing in the self quarantining but for the most part when I look around New York City I see deserted streets in avenues and I see people who are staying indoors and taking care of their neighbors and checking on vulnerable people in their community in every night at seven o'clock. I'm I'm not sure where you're based but in New York. You have this incredible outpouring of love and support for healthcare professionals there is really this rallying around and one of the things we were talking about yesterday. A Judy is everyone right now. Who is taking these steps are really letting US know that? Preparation and that emergency preparedness is something important to them because it's a domino effect by them. Staying indoors is helping us a radical this disease so we do believe that it will change how people prepare for emergencies and how people will think about science and this you know regrettably what we're seeing in this world around large scale emergencies like wildfires and droughts and floods. It is of course hyper connected to climate change. And every year that storms get worse and worse than they increase in duration and intensity. It's it further Illustrates the need for preparation. Yeah and that's that's the thing that I've been thinking about a whole lot Especially as it relates to my work at Lea- me on on packaging and sustainability. And it's just. It's so daunting because it's happening in slow motion this this crisis that we're in right now is happening quite fast and so it raises the level of emergency for everyone to like okay. I need toilet paper right but go. Climate change is a gradual thing. That's happening over the course of decades and so and so people don't react quite as quickly and that's kind of what you've been describing. But how do we? I don't know how do we help inform people when these things happen so slowly or they're happening in some distant unknown future. But you have to do the work now. Well and it's one of the reasons why my background in celebrities was so important for this mission In my other life I've had an entertainment marketing company for the last sixteen years and I was very lucky to develop some incredible relationships with people with this incredible network of people with big followings man. I did have this existential crisis where I thought am. I going to be schilling celebrities for the rest of my life. Like what can I do? That will have an impact and I knew that these voices Could be used in their following. Could be used to really show from the rooftop the importance of being prepared and so many of these different celebrities who have supported. Judy are living in areas. Where they've experienced evacuations where they have seen. Fires come closer to their homes or in some cases ruin their homes so no one is immune to it. It really is the great equalizer in terms of Vulnerability yeah that's a really fascinating point. Where where do you What do you think the role of celebrities or is in terms of amplifying messages? I think that it can be a little hard to parse because on one hand there are people they have their own personal beliefs about different things on the other hand they have the ear of millions of people and can amplify messages sometimes in a good or bad way But what do you think is is their role in all of this. You know one of the principles that we used when we started talking about Judy was our stance was clear. We care so much about preparation in emergency preparedness that we will do absolutely anything for you to listen and if you look at the reports from FEMA and the Red Cross over the last fifteen twenty years they have point blank said we have failed to prepare Americans for emergencies and part of the reason is because their focus is on so many other lifesaving strategies and programmes but Americans and people globally don't WanNa hear about preparedness so if we're able to use celebrities voices whether it's to buy an emergency kit or assemble your own or just have some basic Information on what you're vulnerable to in your area you're one step closer to being prepared. One of the things you can do. Judy's website is type in your zip code and auto populates to what you're most vulnerable to when you can download the PDF and you can review it with your family. 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The Founders of Flodesk Are on a Mission to Tackle Email Marketing
"Okay guys we are getting started it and I'm so excited. We haven't had two guests on at the same time in quite a while and so welcome to my dear friends Martha and Rebecca. I'm so glad you guys are here. Were so heck yes. This is going to be so good so I recently did a post about five women founders. Do you need to be following in. Can you two are on that list because of what you've created and started which is flow desk so will explain what flow desk is and everything but I want to know what what did your early careers. Look like and then we'll talk about what you've recently created together so first name is Rebecca Shaw sack and Dan Assan of you know. I collaborated with Jenna on the template shot but may jury began long before that my first job out of college was actually designing the merchandise in days and album covers logos for some pretty big name bands. Like Lincoln Park Cheryl Crowe elitist more set which is a really incredible notable experience for me but it was a corporate job in always wanted to be an entrepreneur at heart so coming from that drew you twist of fate. I ended up falling being in love with a creative industry and started building a few tablets shops on my own. I learned how to create templates for the creative industry especially with photographers gophers. In from that I just really fell in love with helping people running businesses. I had a huge fashion for creating tools in designs that helps other people grow their businesses. The way that I grew mine which was really exciting in front that I was in a lot of circles with a creative industry. In of course I had a lot of overlap with honey books in through that I met Martha I remember what they were getting together and we just had quite a few glasses of wine in the the creative industry and especially about marketing. And I remember just have so many wonderful discussions about that and I just think when you take two curls who are excited about what they do and excited about an industry and you throw in a little bit of rain on South you get amazing things happening. Doesn't everyone remember remember when they met Martha. Like I feel like it's like I did. Finding factor in your life is Martha. You remember the moment that you met her. The three so genitally remind the scene here. Were both standing up passing Mike back and forth to children in Rebecca Toll only eleven. So you can imagine like buying for Mike. I was tempted to just does no. I actually didn't parents Pursuits at some point. But I didn't think that that's what I wanted to do. Do I really really really wanted to work for an intelligence agency dream. I love data for policy. I wanted to make an impact in and I trained. I learned violin ridges a train for these job for years and did research and then finally got the job and and I didn't get the security which and there's no real explanation that there are a couple of reasons why I ended up parents. I grew up in Mexico in my parents. Leaving Mexico steals So it could be you know the inability to protect office abroad. I went to Cuba examples the Bulls nationalities or. I have no idea but it crushed me because I never had something that I really really wanted that I didn't get so without. How can I remember taking the first interview that I could? And it was in tech sales he and I was like yes sales commonsense. I can sell I. I can talk I can tell I became like a shark. I loved IT I. It's a well but then there. There are some days so I went to a really really large tech sales for In there were some compliance deals as buildings. Jimmy Jimmy like a goal is pretty black way. There's something that just kind of gets the gray area so again. I feel like coming fun. I mean my money I need to go and do something. That feels a lot more impactful. And that's how I ended up getting connected with huck where I started their self esteem actually and then grew to manage partnerships and business development and then in working with our top educators like you. I realized that educators Peter's needed a lot more support from an email marketing perspective. And that's how ovation started with Rebecca and I talked a ton about this and we were recently recently in Arizona together and there is just this like fiery passion behind both of you where it's like now like we gotta figure out a better solution and there are so many times in our lives where we're like. This is a pain point. Like how is nobody thought of something better. Never actually think like we're going to be the ones to step into that role so I want to know I like. What did you see in the land of email marketing? That made you feel like it was time for a new solution. And then what equipped you to be like. We're going to be the ones to do this. I think I was exactly what you just. We realized that none of the solutions are relevant. Eleven and then we discovered that the pain in these Steve need in the market separately. On my hand I was working with educators or top rated greatest mated in their business and there wasn't trend a most successful Nail emerging but had major teams like full design nineteen marketing teams tech teams in. There were other heaters. That were made it as well. They were teaching other rates but they couldn't didn't figure out email marketing in my mind. These are the most stabby business. Ivy Tech Design Savvy Marketing. Great in your. I just told us like why is it so hard in then. I thought well you know what I know a friend. So let me Problems in you know what I've been selling hamlets four photographers in. Maybe his gallery and make number one support. Price is I love the template and I have no antioch how either And then realized so clearly there is a problem in what what we really really wanted to see Z.. Y. Solo Entrepreneur. Is Your chances are. You're working by yourself and you're running all the departments and you're wearing hats any just don't have time to learn and become sir and you don't have time to learn design and be going for it and you don't have time to learn technology technology and we're going to take expert as well and at the same time we're marketing to an audience that is receiving really solid emails from these big brands like airbnb earn outfitters and finally bronze fool tech and design marketing game. We were like how do we democratize that access to successful email marketing and we gamma this solo opener. The ability to come up with just stunning a successful and highly converted them pains with a home to
Gone From Home: The Disappearance of Susan Mcfarland
"So huck and and Mary. Elizabeth Smith had three children. There were fifteen thirteen and eleven and then their youngest daughter Susan was born. She was born on New Year's Steve in nineteen fifty eight now because she was born when her mom was forty and a data's forty eight. And there's like eleven years between the third and the fourth worth child. Susan was often tease. She was an accident now. Her response was I was a bonus huck was an FBI agent. And he had received a letter of congratulations for the birth of his daughter. Susan that was signed by the FBI Director J Edgar Hoover as an adult. Susan kept him framed glitter on a wall in her home yes. She grew up in Missouri where her older sister. Anne was responsible for baby sitting her quite a bit but as you got older her and decided it was fun to hang out with her baby sister. She was an easy going child and very affectionate with their family so an sometimes took sue along with her or even under dates. And it wasn't a problem you know at least not for. I don't know maybe the guys didn't like it but her thinking maybe one time time okay. Circumstance are less date well. After an moved away for college she frequently had sue. Come visit her on the weekends. The other students at our school loved sue. She was like everyone's little sister. susie big brother Harley had a daughter named Kristen when Assu was just five years old and when Kristen stayed with her grandparents they paid sued to keep her busy but as they got older the age difference really diminished and soon became good friends with her niece. Kristen Sumit her best friend when she was thirteen years old sandy row. Sandy and sewer inseparable spending spending time hanging out at a local bakery and attending high school classes together. Su worked as a lifeguard at a hotel. Swimming Pool in the Summers and Sandy would sit by the pool with earn play cards when the pool was busy so sue was just an upbeat energetic type of person she was always busy doing something finer bonner. Planning something fun. One thing the girls left to do was to shop. They could shop for hours and not even spend much money they also like go to the movies. Sue Play tennis but Sandy never got good at sport. Even though she tried sue was a really busy kit. She ice skated. She was a hockey cheerleader. And she also served on the student council the PEP club and the French club. She was also a really big reader sometimes sometimes reading one or two novels a week even during the school year but suicide human half draw and certainly far from perfect especially as a teen. She could be rebellious. She sometimes with skipped class or went home for lunch and just didn't bother returning to school after lunch but she got away with a lot. She was talented at making elaborate excuses. That are teachers and parents usually believed so sue and sandy graduated high school together in nineteen eighteen. Seventy seven sue then went to a private girls' college in Fulton Missouri. Sandy stayed in Saint Louis and went to Washington University so they are less. Listen two hours apart. So they're able to visit each other pretty often. Yeah but when sue announce she was majoring in accounting. Her friends were pretty surprised. She seemed to fund fund to be a serious number crunching office person but sue really enjoyed accounting. She was fun and adventurous but she also was very disciplined organized also. She really admired her dad. who had an accounting degree? So after graduating in the top of her class suit took a position with Santa the energy in Amarillo Texas while she was working there she got her. CPA and the next summer. She traveled to Saint Louis to be Sandy's maid definer Sandy's marriage would last only four years but soon would always be there to listen to her and give her advice then ensued took a second job after working for a while with Santa Fe energy. She moved to Midland Texas and had a position with N run run. Yes the notorious company but at the time it was well respected. It was a good company. This is before they had their slippery slide. Yes now after six months of working with Enron. She is transferred to their headquarters in Houston and in Houston. Sue spent a lot of time with her former sister-in-law. Debbie Debbie had had been married and divorced. Sue's older brother Pete. Souza would go to her nephew soccer games and she had shopped the Debbie on the weekends she left to shop for clothing and and she dressed nicely so she set up an exchange with your friends and Murillo so that they ought quadruple their wardrobes by sharing so in nineteen eighty seven. Sue took took a position with southwestern Bell Corporation in Saint Louis her position and the people she worked among their lead her into a more glamorous life if she started attending charity Events Dinner Parties and Gallery openings and she was happy to be back living near her friend Sandy. They began spending more and more time together having lunch taking aerobics classes which was a big thing at the time she was also reunited with her niece Kristin during this time they were only a few years apart and became good friends so they went out on the weekend nights and sue was happy to pay kristen's way because Sumeida good it. Salary and Kristen was still struggling but a suge close to thirty. She began to worry about finding a partner and having a family. She told a French French. She wanted to have kits and she'd like to stay home and raise them while loving husband would work to support them and they live in a nice suburban house and and then she met Rick Mcfarland and he seemed to fit the bill of the Kinda guy she wanted at least to begin with. Yeah so rick was the second son of Dick and and Mona McFarland of Kirkwood Missouri. When he is a young kid the family moved to Saint? Louis he grew up in webster groves with his two brothers. David David and done in high school. He is a big water polo player and he worked on the staff of the school newspaper. He went to southwest South West Missouri State University in Springfield after high school but had difficulty concentrating so while he was here his diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and put on medication. And with the mets he was able to maintain a B average so he graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration nation and got a job with stockbrokerage company. Shearson Lehman. I did pretty well. There drove a beamer. Had a carriage Charles lived in an upscale port town right so from just hearing that you'd say Oh this is a pretty great guy. Why would you because he's got a BMW BMW? Well it seems like a good prospect. He's got a job right. He's having heard anything. Says he's a jerk right. That's what I'm saying but you know like everybody else. He did have issues but he was pretty good at hiding them for most people. He did get in trouble one time in college for stealing but the charges were dismissed. One of his former dates said that rick made her very uncomfortable after they had two dates his because she told him she didn't want to see him anymore but he persisted calling her to the point where she was afraid of him and then she caught him hiding in the bushes outside of her house stalking getting her concern. Yes but of course. Sued doesn't know about any of this right and sue and Rick had actually attended the same high school all but they didn't really meet each other until they bumped into each other at a party in Saint Louis. Rick was much quieter than Su so they seemed like kind of unlikely unlikely couple when they began dating but to sue she felt like she hit it off with him again. Not not to demean sue. But we've already talked about how she's hitting thirty and she's thinking like time is running out so maybe she settled for something not quite the top of her list list. Yeah that's what a lot of people close to her. Actually thought bird. No he review would do in a pinch enough. I'd go that far but I guess she didn't seem like she was head over heels like he was you know her prince charming but thought he would do you would do when he seemed like a nice stable guy but he wasn't nearly as clever or witty. Assu you know sue was really fun but you know. Rick seemed like he could be a good match for her. She could be the outgoing one and he could keep her grounded but still sandy and kristen thought that sue probably was settling a bit with Rick just because she wanted to start a family and she was getting being older
Mark Twain's complicated relationship with the typewriter
"This is a story about was by then on his way to becoming the world's most famous writer in humorous Huck Finn Tom Sawyer at the same time the tools of writing were undergoing a profound transformation from fountain pens with their leaking and smudging inc the pleasant sound of tapping a key whose corresponding letter was magically stamped to paper this new technology did not emerge with the speed the tweet according to an IBM history of the typewriter one of the first American attempts at producing such machine looked very much like a book Tour's block and unfortunately performed with about the same delicacy Christopher Leith scholes who was ultimately the first American L. D. typewriter like the ones we no longer use today was stymied early on when the only key could get to work was W but by eighteen seventy one when twain laid eyes on Remington in a Boston store the machines were somewhat reliable at least according to salesman twain and a friend were given a demonstration twain later recalled the salesman explained to us showed examples of its work and set it could do fifty seven words a minute a statement which we frankly confessed we did not believe so he put his type girl to work and we timed her by the watch she actually did the fifty seven sixty seconds we were partly convinced but said it probably couldn't happen again it did we time the girl over and over again with the same result always she won out twain asked for a price one hundred and twenty five dollars he was told it's like twenty five hundred bucks today he bought it on the spot Twain recognized its utility as a writing tool almost immediately in a letter typed to his brother that contained some what infrequent punctuation Twain wrote the machine has several virtues I believe it will print faster than I can write one may Lee back in his chair and work it it piles an awful stack of words on one page it don't must things or scatter inc lots around of course it saves paper but Twain fell out of love with me after a year or two I found that was degrading my character twain leader wrote via dictation in his autobiography instead of virtues he found the machine to be full of caprices full of defects devilish ones Twain gave his machine to his Rider Pal William Dean House Twain said ah without the typewriter in his life my morals began to improve it's worth noting here that Twain was a bit of a fibber even when telling stories intended to be true anyway Twain said House sent the machine back to him after just six months even away twice after that point said but it wouldn't stay twain tried to figure out who to unloaded on next he settled mkx train coachman who said was very grateful because he did not know the animal and I was trying to make him wiser and better as Twain told the coachman eventually traded it to heretic twain with ultimately come back to the typewriter he's eighteen eighty three book life on the Mississippi was the first literary work to be completed on the sheen according to scholars still twain thoughts about typewriters remained some of his most quoted lines especially a letter he appeared we sent Remington asking the company to cease and desist from using his name has an endorsement please do not use my name in any way twain wrote I don't want people to know I own this curiosity breeding little joker
"huck" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Well I guess the aliens doctors ended up being a place where elite enthusiasts could go in and mingle and hang out and make new friends should I gonna make it holiday it's care Huck. yeah. microphone. these. I guess. these. Kevin and bean morning sun K. rock. the show's all new Monday morning it's a big weekend to catch up on including the NFL will talk to the Mrs in the sweet.
Why More Female Celebs Married to Men Are Saying They Are Not Straight
"Juliana huff sorry. I don't know these people's names. Gillian huck is talking about how she's come. Out is not straight now. Miley cyrus has never been shy about discussing her own personal sexuality in two thousand fifteen. The wrecking ball singer said i don't associate men and protection necessarily. I wonder if her security agents are male ya they. They probably are as we talked about earlier. It's primarily demint doing the defending against primarily other men. That's actually has too many women stalking her after shows to attack her. It may happen but primarily is going to be other men men that her security team is protecting her from and <hes> generally. You're not gonna find security teams comprised of women too often it would be mostly a publicity city studt mostly. There was an african king who put together a crew of sort of you know warrior women to protect him interest think but i suspect it's the start of the random tidbits of information floating around in your head when you're a super genius like i am fair point yeah. I don't associate men in protection necessarily in a time magazine interview. I think that <hes> that's given me the openness of sexuality okay <hes> <hes> so you don't have to necessarily associate protection with your sexual partner. Certainly not i get the how that would be the case but chances are good. If miley cyrus employs security or somebody's employs security for miley cyrus the chances. This is our that that security is. I don't know ninety five percent male. I also would not want to be involved with someone who could not protect me in the event that i needed protecting well. It's not a common occurrence and obviously if i was with a woman i would expect to primarily the one protecting. Oh i see so you're being tracked so this is just a sexist view of yours that if you're with a man you want the man to protect you but if you <hes> with a woman when you want to protect the woman is i'd say i would want to protect the woman. Is you know i would expect to it would be the default assumption that if somebody the break into the house i would be the one confronting that person agreed yeah. I can see how that would be <hes> shortly after it was announced that cyrus and her her husband liam hemsworth were splitting up photos of singer kissing a woman in italy made the tabloid rounds gee. I wonder i bet that didn't do anything bad for cyrus career but even before the break-up cyrus embraced her non heterosexual identity and l.'s august cover story in language that echoed some ship ship them responsibility for her sexuality and marriage choices cyrus noted that she made a partner decision by choosing to marry hemsworth in late. Two two thousand eighteen is it. It's blake two thousand nineteen. Now i i mean why does anyone care these people. That can't put together a one year <hes> marriage what they have to say about this stuff all right go ahead because they're bored. You finally cyrus liam guy. I was looking at about their relationship relationship over the break. They've been on and off on the on again off again since like two thousand twelve okay. Is he a good looking man. Apparently i mean did you see pictures. I saw a little tiny any boca on my tablet would think might. I don't know what he looks like. Thank you for taking one for the team. I do not want any amount of my brain. Cells devoted to the relationship history three of miley cyrus so thankful that you did. That's how i don't have to yeah. Let's see. She says she's not a decision for the person that she has her back. Most of the time no they they they have been they've been together and apart they'd be back and forth on and off again for years. O'keefe breath cyrus thoughtfully explains how her sexuality is both distinct from an influences her definition of what a relationship looks like doc. That's thoughtful holiday being someone who takes such pride and individuality and freedom and being a proud member of the l._g._b._t._q. Not q. plus
"huck" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Into suspected places. So transferring the fourth amendment protection he notes from places to people reads that word right out of the text and their papers can't mean someone else's records. So what does the fourth amendment have to do with this appeal for the phone companies records? And finally, who's to decide what a reasonable expectation is he asks isn't that a policy determination, not a judicial one so shouldn't congress decide. Nevertheless, chief Justice Roberts cast the deciding vote to uphold all this nonsense. I begin by saying that today's bitter political divide is between the liberty party and the fairness party with Justice Thomas firmly on the liberty said, let me end with another of the book's main themes that it takes a certain kind of individual and national character to be capable of liberty and Thomas himself embodies precisely that character. That's why I've written a life and works book with chapter two recounting Thomas's biography, his character is bound up with his jurisprudence in an exemplary way. Born in kerosene. Lich shanty in a swampy, Georgia hamlet founded by freed slaves, Thomas enjoyed a few Huck Finn like childhood years until his divorced, mother, moved him and his younger brother to his savannah. Slum tenement with a foul backyard toilets. On her. Meagre maid's, wages, her children, new hunger, without the prospect of eating and cold without the prospect of warmth. The Justice rights after a year of this Thomas's, mother center, two little boys if you blocks away to live with her father and stepmother, a magical. Oliver twist like transformation, grandfather Myers Anderson, this self made if semi.
Felicity Huffman Pleads Guilty in College Admissions Scam
"Hollywood star Felicity Huffman has pleaded guilty to participating in the college admissions scandal. Steve Kastenbaum has details. On her appearance in a Boston courtroom yesterday. Huck Finn was still against silent. As she came and went from federal district court in Boston inside the courtroom, though, she was tearful as she accepted responsibility for paying fifteen thousand dollars for bribed Proctor to correct wrong answers on her daughters. SAT exam. However Huffman told the court that she and her daughter have been working with a neuropsychologist since her daughter was eight and she's been getting extra time for tests since she was eleven the prosecution, then told the judge they were seeking four months in prison for Huffman, the desperate housewives actress will be sentenced on September
Samsung will start canceling Galaxy Fold pre-orders on May 31
"Here's another big story, which we also coming in. Samsung has cancelled in the pre orders for the fold. Was prize? Yeah. Samsung said that it can't predict when it will be able to ship its innovative galaxy Foltz smartphone as such it's canceling its preordained customers would be notified of it. So this is a two thousand dollar phone the first of its kind to, you know, essentially, first of its kind foldable display becomes it's like this. And then you make bigger, and you could use a screen here. You could use a screen. They're folds. This was praised by many as the next big innovation for mobile phones. And while we announced one and right off the Samsung and the way went actually looked a little better a little cleaner and design. This was a little bulky or little chunkier. They sent it to all the phone reviewers all the tech reviewers and many of them many of them had screamed failures immediately. I feel like perhaps they didn't do it enough. Actual quality testing with these devices. It got to the point where they got it to the reviewers and the majority if you're sat issues, then Huck good was that quality testing like, yeah. Okay. Everybody wanted them to ship a foldable device aid teas for a long time. And finally, we were going to get that foldable device from Samsung they had promised us. And as it turns out that device will not quite ready for consumers. So they've now gone back to the drawing board and trying to fix a lot of these issues. And I don't think they understand or actually have much of a clue what they need to do in order to address these issues, or at least what they need to do to address. Some of these issues is going to take time time that they don't have an estimate for can't shit. Give a date for shipping. This OB six months down road still. So he is my issue with this first of all in Samsung's defense. They said this was what the.
"huck" Discussed on The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel
"Good night's sleep? Your brain will be less less space in the morning. We one other half of a mile to go. Now, we're here at your place. Hello. I live in this fancy apartment building snap out of this is the real world. I'm. Well, I have the keys my pocket. Let's see this work. Is like a palace. How big is TV and look at all those gaming systems. Mono is that you Mudgee. Sweet welcome home. How was your day? That's why the Huck much mystique. If you haven't seen me in a year. Feels that way. You. You're still dressed up going to the restaurant. Let's you're no I have a class to teach tonight class.
"huck" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"Hi, guys. I'm emma. I'm julie. And we're the girls behind comments by slabs, and we are back this week or so excited to be back, and we are actually joined with a very special guest. He's the owner of command entertainment group. You also may know him from his excellent exhibition at New York fashion week called a human should you've also seen him on keeping up with the Kardashians in the Instagram stories of Kim to Chris and anyone so we are here with Huck. To be here. We are so excited to have you so excited. Yeah. This is my first podcast. I can't believe that. I can't believe you aren't like like the get of the podcast world. I live for the fact that you think should get for podcast never experienced the podcast world. No. You're such get we were. So glad. I love you guys back onto this is that Julianne really met Simon a couple of weeks ago at the points guy gala, and I wasn't there excite is urging I was like texting her the talk to them right now, we have to get him on and to happen perfectly. I'm such a huge fan. Because for me. It's like you follow so follow over fifteen hundred people also many celebrities. So I love to on your account and see what is going on. It really is like a round up of gossip for me. I think you can kill. We actually this is the funniest thing ever. So. We actually go way back, and I don't even know if you know this. But when we first started the account like back in two thousand seventeen we were for lack of a better word thirsty. Oh my God. I know. So when we would post a picture of like any celebrity would also tag every single person that they may ever be associated with. Yes. Yes. So annoying retrospect, which we now know is like the biggest no no of the Instagram role. But at the time, we didn't know what to do at two thousand dollars. We're working on it. So one day, I go to tag Simon, and he doesn't come up and textually. Unlike I have really tragic news. I think Simon Huck Faulk no way with it. And. Enjoys like, no it can't be happening. This is our worst name then to make matters worse. Dave also blocked us. We were like. I know I know so we're like, okay, we hear like normal girls. So we always make like we always equate it to when you go into like, a grocery store in your hometown looking like shit, you've no makeup, and you want to tell everyone like I swear can do better like to see me after the glow of. So we were saying like, we swear we're not like that. And then when you re follow us. This is what I'm so mortified this is don't be. We're top of my list of what I wanted to bring up today. So you guys. So in the beginning, you guys were tagging taking I was fine. I didn't I just left it on my time light. And I'm not super nippy. I'm not one of those like Instagram wizards that needs everything to be perfectly created, but you be tagging like fifty other people in each one of the post. So suddenly like my timeline is filled with things that have nothing to do with me lack China claps back and said like, I'm tagged so blocked you guys. Okay. This is when you had three follow this is in the very beginning. And then I didn't realize that I had locked you. But I had been a fan of your account. I had been seeing in a news articles. I didn't have it on my feed. And then when I posted my Arianna GRANDE Halloween, costume and four or five other people commented you guys posted it, and I could not realize my boyfriend was tax. And he like, oh, my comments vice-like. I'm like amazing, but bite it may tag me. It took me twenty five minutes to dissect why Instagram was broken. Remember, right. And I said, I you're talking about it..
"huck" Discussed on WTRH
"Roger manning here with author and speaker, June Huck, well, another BCI under the belt. This one a very important when to their all important because they're all from God's word. But salvation you did a lot of new writing to for this. I understand so well, I did want to take this story of Lee Strobel, we now we haven't made it through the pipeline that it's going to be very very, very helpful. And I think the issue is people were coming wanting. To know a number of things some people wanted specifics about their own lives and others wanted to learn how to share their faith in Christ. I just was looking in moments ago. If the comments. I it's a blessing when you see that the expectations were met. Yeah. Buying large. What led you to attend today? This be either Friday night or Saturday, you know, to learn a firm and have better knowledge about the topic of salvation. I think. The. An interesting, you know, here's I enjoyed the salvation because it assured me that I m saved and now they don't have to be in doubt about my salvation and. Here's Bersin said is there a principal truth? You've found particularly applicable to your life. Yes. You can't lose your salvation now understand. There are people who think they're saved. And they are not. There are people who. Fact, I always think of Shirley, MacLaine, Shirley, MacLaine has definitely stated well, basically, she has assurance of salvation. Now she way that she unless she's his changed her position. You know, she just never will forget the movie as well as her testimony. In a book. I think it was the book labral limb that she. Is god. I mean now in other words, she describes and this movie of her life. Her arms outstretched fully at the in front of an ocean. And her with her saying, I am God. I am God. I am God that she's not saying she's the only God, I think it's that. Everyone needs to recognize their own divinity. And so and I remember thinking, no, you're not. No, you're not. No, you're not really remember that. But see in that respect, she has a shirts of salvation in her own is now, there are people who have they actually have eternal security. But if they don't know if they have that they can feel insecure so you can have. You can have eternal security in truth and yet not have assurance of salvation. 'cause you you're not aware. You know, I I look at a number of passages. There is no condemnation. For those who are in crush Jesus. Once you enter into his family. There's nothing you can be condemned for based on what the bible is saying. And by the way, that is an excuse me. Romans eight the very first verse of Romans eight and what I like to do is look at the beginning and the end of Romans eight that's of. Think of them as to book ins. I need to add this people counseling keys on salvation because they're not in here. But. It. Okay. There is now. No condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. It's because through Christ Jesus. The law of the spirit has this law. The spirit of life is set me free. From the law of sin and death. Now, that's the beginning at the end toward the end who will be able to separate us from the love of Christ. You see this? Positioned. We we see I thirty seven and all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us for. I'm convinced that neither death nor life. Anything in your life? Angels. Demons the present the future any powers, neither heights, nor depth nor anything else in all creation. Able to separate us from the love of God in Christ. Jesus our Lord. So once you have authentic salvation.
"huck" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Flashy flunkies everywhere. One. The bother of the country estate Huck country. So in Champaign. Knowing supersonic play one surprise Atlantic. And we are back. This is money matters with Ken moraif it. Of course, I am. Your host, Ken moraif. Thank you. Jack been Ben a certified financial planner professional for the last twenty marvelous wonderful and very exciting years. And all the ideas that we talk about on this show. These are the very same ideas that we talk about with our beloved and most valued clients, and you know, when I think about the fact that we now work with over eight thousand four hundred families in forty three states, it just warms my heart. I am so grateful. I am so blessed I'm so thankful to all of our clients for having chosen us to be their financial advisor. It's just it's just something that you know, before I go to sleep at night. I get down on my knees. And I think, and it's just a fact so we are affirmed that primarily works with people who are retired or retiring soon, we specialize in retirement planning. And so one of the things that we talk a lot about with our clients is estate planning. Okay. And this is when you decide that you want to leave your, greedy. Unwashed undeserving airs the fruits of your labor. That's the state planning process that oughta keep Evan Schwartz happy. And you know, what you want happy squirts? Right. You don't want unhappy squirts because unhappy skirts are not good. But anyway. Oh, you know. I forgot to tell you this because I'm so introverted and sell facing. But I wanted to just mention because I've never said it before. But barons, named wa you're faithful host one of the top one hundred independent financial advisers for the seventh year in a row, did you? Yeah. Gomer? It's true. Suzanne is right. Anyway, this is the time we do talk about how to keep the little squirts happy because you know, money isn't everything. But it sure keeps the kids in touch. Does it not? So it's the act of estate planning and this week the topic. We're going to talk about is what goes by your will. And what doesn't and this surprises a lot of people. So I'm going to tell you all about it. But first Jack can you play it? I know I go from rags. Say. PM?.
Michigan man charged in fatal-dumbbell bludgeoning of aunt
"Two. Troy man, accused of killing his aunt appears in court yesterday on the first degree murder charge. Newsradio nine fifty are Huber with more of your old now year Masroor was the focus of a short man hunt Tuesday afternoon near square lake and John are Troy police say Masroor hit his aunt in the head with. Fifteen pound dumbbell in the basement of a home on shoreline. He then went to another home where he jumped from a second story window and fled through the neighborhood. A lockdown was placed at four Troy schools until officers found the suspect hiding in a marshy area near the murder scene. The victim was Dr Rabab Huck who practiced emergency and family medicine in Troy was a well known member of the community a judge denied bond from us ROY
African leaders in Mauritania for summit against corruption
"Abuses by the state and the political and business elites the leadership of the issue one of the junior partners in germany's coalition government is meeting later today to discuss whether chancellor angela merkel's plans to tighten controls on immigration go far enough johnny hill reports it's judgment dave i'm gonna michael he's very political survival it seems rest in the hands of a mutinous interior minister host they offer they will say leads at the very insistent party has issued an ultimatum either she delivers a tough migration strategy or he unilaterally starts turning migrants away at the german border the rebellion threatens to tear apart a fragile coalition government after days of talks mrs michael nawaz r e migration plan and a number of bilateral agreements whether that's enough to appease mr z hoffa is impossible to predict the compensation scheme for victims of child abuse has begun in australia the abuse states back several decades phil mercer is in sydney australian authorities believe the three billion dollar compensation plan will help to ease the pain of those who are abused institutions about sixty thousand people will be eligible the average payment is likely to be around fifty thousand dollars this game was recommended by a royal commission it spent five years investigating suffering and depravity in religious organizations schools charities sports clubs and the military in october the australian prime minister malcolm turnbull will make a national apology to victims social media users in uganda to start paying an additional tax from today the taxes equivalent to around five cents per day which the government says will go towards paying improve public services presidents yoweri museveni has argued that the use of social media encourages gossip and push for the tax to be introduced online platforms are extremely popular in uganda critics say the levy as a further attempt to curb free speech news from the bbc african leaders are in the mauritanian capital in newark short for a twoday summit with corruption peace and security high on the agenda and soy reports african leaders meeting in mauritania respected to discuss ways of ending corruption the african union's permission chairperson moosa fakih mahamat says about fifty billion dollars of illicit money flows out of the continent every year the union also aims to silence guns bake twenty twenty conflict in south sudan the central african republic and the democratic republic of congo we dominate discussions diverts from the thai navy have reached closer to a flooded cave in northern thailand where twelve boys and their football coach have been trapped for more than a week the rescue team has been helped by falling water levels inside the cave effort so also oh onto assemble a super pump jet of the cave to flush out water local villages have been worn to their paddy fields could be flooded there's been heavy rain all week leading to concerns that the boys aged eleven to sixteen and their coach ma not survive police in india say more than forty people were killed when their bass fell into a gorge the accident happened in the himalayan state of uttarakhand at least three people have been taken to hospital with injuries is not known what caused the bus to plunge into the ravine but monsoon rains have made mountain roads perilous in the football world cup former world champion spain we'll take on the hosts russia on the second day of the knockout stage in sunday's other match croatia and denmark face each other on saturday franz pete argentina four three in thrilling game and portugal lost to uruguay by two goals to one has both teams were knocked out the two leading footballers of this generation argentina's lionel messi in portugal's cristiano renaldo huck going home bbc news.
"huck" Discussed on Cover-Up
"That car and less she was in that car okay because i think a pocketbook follows a woman for wherever she goes huck look a local deputy sheriff who lived on chappaquiddick stopped by the bridge he instantly recognized the oldsmobile that's the exact car i saw last night he said in remembered part of the license plate because one of the numbers was on his old basketball jersey here's john farrar came down the same after we had removed mary jo and the whole thing and he saw kennedy's car and he said to jim arena and bob ra geir who were there he said that's the exact car i saw last night heading down the dike bridge road running away from me when i saw i went to offer help because they looked as they were lost and it went down dike bridge road at a high rate of speed after being told ted had been spotted earlier that morning at the chappaquiddick ferry landing chief arena called the police station and spoke to his colleague carmen salvador or call the station i said see if you can send somebody down the fine so the kennedy and common said he's hit so i spoke to him on the phone i said i'm sorry there's been an accident here do you know if anybody else's in the car and i swear he said no i decided to go back to the station i trust as much as i code with my hair wet and everything else and i went back to the station and i walked into my office and there was of the kennedy paul markham and i said i'm sorry about the rosemary keel and he said no that wasn't rosemary keel is mary jo kopechne police didn't know was that mary jo and rosemary kiel where among six women as well as six men who attended a party the night before a reunion party for people involved with bobby kennedy's presidential campaign when chief arena returned to the station ted kennedy was sitting at his desk it was almost as if the roles were reversed ted was sitting in the chiefs office using his phone and there was a rena standing in a wet bathing suit stunned and an off.
Texas school shooting victim's mother says daughter rejected suspect's advances
"Areas the same one where thirty three people got sick on k two in two thousand sixteen drugs also blamed for more than one hundred and fifty illnesses and four deaths in chicago area in recent weeks wins news time five oh three the mother of one of the victims of the texas school shooting is getting some insight into a possible motive cd rodriguez suspect dimitrius but gortat harassed her sixteen year old daughter shayna fisher and she stood up to him the week before the shooting reminding us we had been having an issue that he wouldn't leave my daughter alone you know he wouldn't quit coming onto her and saying you're going to be my girlfriend a lawyer gorgeous nncholas poll brushes that off my understanding is that is just a completely false rumor nobody seems to be able to identify an ex girlfriend had anytime recently as as as that goes as far as a purported motivation for the crime i would say no now the poll is also saying though that the suspect was bullied in the school is denying with bullied he's being held on a capital murder charge survivors are saying the gunman showed up in an art class and opened fire through the door and kept shooting for a full half hour it's terrified students tried to get away he's rendered after an exchange of fire with police ten people were killed thirteen hurt the first funeral today survivors of another school shooting you're calling for action park land shooting survivor david hogg took to twitter calling on followers to advocate for gun control at their graduation ceremonies using the hashtag orange caps huck said he'll be spray painting his graduation cap orange to show support for commonsense gun laws inviting other high school and college graduates to do the same some people sounded off saying they would paint their caps the official color of the march for our lives movement but one skeptical twitter user with a handle at scrim shane wrote sounds like a plan orange hats will stop the madness i'm barbara kusak we do some five oh four one fake up off the street another still out there we have an arrest in the case of an imposter who robbed a visually impaired man on the subway in manhattan.
"huck" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka
"Ideas we have about digital media before we get to what it is tell you i'll tell you it's a publication digital media digital media publication covers kind of like a digital magazine the covers three areas and typically the convergence point to those areas power which is who has power who wants it and what do they do when they get it culture which is the arts food how we live with one another film tv cetera and the future which is technology and all the cultural trappings of technology and where that's taking us these are things you've written about and edited about and published about in the past kind of combined one condense yes idea this is usually at recode media is a free podcast where we talked everyone but they're pay wall strategy yeah what's your pay wall strategy searching oh yeah do you wanna talk about that for real it's a joke huck is free it yeah i see paywall i mean would you want action pay well we are gonna conversation but here's we don't have a pay strategy and and while as we we have ad yvette and they're really fucking cool am i swear okay good whatever the folk you wanna say to ask media it's an adult podcast i love talking to adult my kids are sometimes on it okay well that's fine all listen they're getting older you are your swimming against the stream upstream because you were not only not putting up a paywall or asking me for subscription fees for for your website you're deliberately not trying to build a giant website and strategies today are either charge and or do a giant scale website you're saying kind of wanna be boutique key nishi couple million unique.
Trump orders Pentagon to consider reducing U.S. troops in South Korea: report
"New york times reports president trump has ordered the pentagon to prepare a plan to reduce the number of us troops stationed in south korea the report came as the us and north korea making plans for an unprecedented summit between trump and north korean leader kim jong on to be held in may or june this week reports emerged that three us citizens imprisoned in north korea have been relocated to a hotel in pyongyang ahead of their imminent release president trump's lawyer rudy giuliani had said the trio would have been released yesterday tony kim tim huck song and kim dong were convicted on espionage charges and sentenced to long prison terms that's believed north korea is preparing to return them to the us as a goodwill gesture the us justice department charged a former volkswagen ceo with criminal conspiracy thursday over his role in rigging diesel engines to circumvent air pollution standards a federal grand jury indictment unsealed in detroit says ceo martin vinter corn new in two thousand fourteen that is companies cars contained software that lowered carbon dioxide emissions under testing conditions even though the course emissions rose dramatically under real world conditions volkswagen.
"huck" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"Yes and you realize your show is not who they are exactly that is where it gets very difficult it is so you can take a step back and go well do i just accept this person for who they are right but then like what you're saying when you try to help them and their combative and weird and they don't want you to help them then what do you do exactly that's where the position you're in exactly i don't i don't i don't know what to do because you feel bad because they're your parents and then you're angry because it's like why are you putting me in this situation and yeah you just start you have so many different emotions it's just it's it's so hard but she has sisters one she's very close with the other two not so much so i think they're the ones are trying to sort of help mediate the situation because she knows her sister so well so it's just such a no it's like a soap opera this whole thing it's crazy okay i don't even know how to wrap my brain around so she just was completely ignoring us blocked us and then what he blocked huck tests and then she was like posting on facebook and i'm like who are you like what just like photos like from circa nineteen ninetyseven of like the best time of her life she's going like a total well maybe she's going through a midlife crisis to question it is the question is this if what she's doing is dangerous herself or your going to have to pick up the pieces of it down the road then you have to get involved boy that's why i'm getting involved.
"huck" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"You know it's it's not basic instinct although i do i do love the sharon stone i it is no it's like what was her girlfriend roxie it's not share sodas more huck seem as i love it let a white denim it's very white denim based in and highways how you're so seventies bisexuality specifically so many follow up questions and now what i'm in but i am in a relationship a monogamous relationship with a man and then some now it's become you know i i don't i don't think like i i'm not sure like your definitions especially in bisexuality or your differences do did they shift my political alliance is always with the queer community it's always going to be gay so that in my family my queer family it's always that i don't know where you but you can define as queer and have sex let's heterosexual yes you can yes in fact i would say that's like kind of an inherent part of being by is that there are going to be if you like pursue the attraction that you have that probably there'll be moments where you happen to fall in something that looks from the outside lake heterosexuality yes but that that doesn't necessarily change anything about your identity yeah and that and that is i mean i don't know what the experience of that is like in terms of like other people perceiving you as one thing and you having something that you know is true for you.
"huck" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"So you say challenge but like it was something that was endlessly fascinating to me so it wasn't that was never the hard part yeah i mean like when he starts making those decisions as terrible as they are what we were hoping to do was have the audience being gauged in terms of like the emotional connection with what was happening as long as they understood why he was making those decisions we felt you know that that was propelling the story forward a couple brief questions about about just kind of the incident itself you you show him almost at a cop car you know shortly beforehand and then the cop doesn't kind of chase them down after he peels out was there was there ever a reason why the cop didn't go see if it was a drunk driver what was going on because usually when somebody almost hits a cop car they thoughts on it i can tell you from the testimony that sheriff huck look saw this oldsmobile reverse out and that the reason he gets out of the car and he approaches it and that's all in the testimony is that he thinks that they're lost and that the island is very dark and like it is a confusing intersection famously and he is very sincere about like oh maybe these people just need help and they speed off and it's the end of his shift it's one in the morning and he goes home.
"huck" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM
"Secret i'm sorry but why are you calling the object is supposed to be housed with the county until i can find a suitable place i have the perfect place no prying is plenty of room secure the paperwork meet me at the county hacker and i'll have the equipment to make mr pyramid i have no idea that you are or how you know about what how did you eighteen who is pyramid hug does he know the controller down it episode three of the huck chronicles the handler on the next episode of the hawk chronicles i'm offering you county police place it's a stip doc hold on a minute that guy just said the stip is secure he's one of us we are scattered around your world fully assimilated into each society guy sure you are near the end of the war fighter pilot disappeared on a mission over china a simultaneous lightening strike and bang there he was in the wrong dimension well after getting adjusted to what happened he worked with us and your then president it was the best way for your father to meet with him and resolve this whole war matter my father why knee what's so special about me your father needs you tune in next time for another edition of the hawk chronicles on w h c p l p one oh.