32 Burst results for "Iman"
2022 PGA Championship leaving Trump National
"Time in five years, The PGA has pulled an event from a Trump national golf course because of something, Donald Trump said or did back in 2015. They pulled an event from his course here in L. A because remarks he made about Mexican Americans. Now the 2022 PGA Championship will no longer be held at the Trump Bedminster course in New Jersey sports writer Iman Lynch is a contributor to the golf Channel. I don't think they actually had any other choice here because there were really two things at stake here. One was reputational and one was revenue on in terms of reputation. This was announced it was going to Bedminster. In 2014. But the Trump relationship became slightly problematic when he started to run for office in 2015, and then by the time we got to last weapons, he had become downright toxic. No word on whether Trump National will mount a legal challenge to that decision.
"iman" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"I saw the field ahead. Next thing you know jimmy hale is our he pushed again in judaism. Moms the second time rules. Anthony happen but we've been told this time trying to sue the planet. Aegis i if it happens. We know what to do has just set up just in case so i was timing of contractions but it'll a time the mark got up out the bid win is going to tell you a blade. Is that like me. Your mama deliver john. Wayne let dogs mama. We did this. That's dose of. Tell your kids when they get older. You'll realize superhero. So tell me didn't bring your first joint. You came out with the army radio. The did the knicks tape anthem over the click. Beat right now you fast forward. You know what. I'm saying you didn't came all the way to the point where you gotta hoe. How you gotta gangsta grid join a. You're saying like we grew up. We're not work but like from a long time ago. When you kind of us growing up. I grew up when i was already grown kind of but you grew up on these drama. And how does it feel you to come. You know what i'm saying. Fluid all this. And now like i'm really you said i grabbed my you know what i'm saying like who doing this. I read like the. You're already got toll second actually lane. The people that make uncommon is never been an honest basketball player around it. I'm not trying to be the best one. I'm trying to be the one that actually make songs that people listen to. I wanna be among the best. Mba rapper iran's out wet lease the beat the west nba. That is the. don't want it. I've been telling moslem all don't feel like i'm the best one doing this out is lined up one to. I'm one of the best wounded when they uncle lineup so with these real rapid doomsday clock. You voice inflections. I can make parties all. I could talk that cash on wanna talk. You know we just got a digital amex card these days as jokic who you would have. Y'all wanna talk ask All of that. I could talk it. Well it the tokyo but for so long. I'm suppressing that to try upper-echelon myself when the basic concept of music is not detach yourself and make yourself sit on throne but it's detached show so from that spotlights and make everybody select best friend at down to earth year. We're gonna hold him up on a pedestal but he not sent so down in his music so that we all got together. You know what i'm saying. Like that's what i'm trying to get. When i got a song.
"iman" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Where l. is polls got ready to stop by joe and the booze coaches loved it. They loved it. They lie after that it was like our love is made on the locker room. Everybody was like thinking. I even have to calm attention now. We already laughing been made like sword up trying to make the league okay. Let's face. I just bite so like me josh. Come from the same type of respectable. I left agent. And i told everybody this doing so. I'm doing. I'm only committed to it. So if somebody in the way his goggin would You'll love language. If his language he does say is fight. Onus we fight because we find out yes we are going to fight this blunts left in a week. We're fighting. We were for though i did. You notice the knicks. Have you after that workout. So you knew that. So what like you work for units and jim for debts lip on he worked with me. Slim i'm thinking if phoenix don't think in phoenix don't take me. I need a backup plan type thing but i told my agent. I think it's gonna take me. It'd be hard of not somebody would have had to come do better. And i think they worked out as good. I'm talking about the big man was doing the ball off. The block drop stepped up drill. They doing that. Big man finished zine. Go up that twenty one of them. Bits ooh yeah you you know how we might not how dumb i ought to wild out it. I no way but some slip it look. This is sad. What would this this example. I love to talk my shit about our city our guard. You'll say you go shannon brown. You go korean geico. Ta you go you go dwell everybody like this and everybody went to shit and everybody throwing their about eagle already know. Vertical have do a week enough that we all hold unloaded. That was what i wanted to bring. Because i'm like gee all once you got to the workout and you saw everybody. She twenty five from his every spot. You see everybody doing their ballhandling. We all got the same shit. Y'all asking us to do a real. None of this is going to get it there. Which all need to see is when we start khudobin who is like that giant. Be quiet because i might that. I've not acquire You just find somebody to fire you because jim for debt. He didn't know. I was looking for him on the schedule. You know what was going on my coast. Y'all didn't james. I'm thirsty and i was thirsty. Zoo i know he was looking like a double snatch crossed move. They were all year off. How did you feel like you get drafted right. Now you in your. That's a whole different beast and energy of itself. Not only that. You cook know what i'm saying. You hit the sane and you get in the play lie you fan favorite game like just what you sand when you got mellow you've got to obtain may stay rocket which you start the knicks. Tapio saying like tell me the energy and everything with that city just talked about how it is to be a nick. How is planning because you got a taste of it when it was send. I wasn't like great but it was a lot of me. I think it was some best is lamb basketball on learning curb. My first major injury coming into it though. I think that our staff did a pretty good job initially wants. The coaching changes happen. That was in like year three was when he got out of there. Then it started getting a look if he was like they. They didn't know how to take blows in media to where the media didn't feel real to us especially to somebody young like me by. I was telling me about an article. I was like and they had their give me to realize what will this is new york. They were asked. You better have as the brown or they will talk about this all week. I'm telling you went to me. I'll like y'all ain't what she so we lose a game like y'all old. That's how i was looking at me when i was going. I really don't care. They was like they had to give me the proper training light genome view. You glacier mellow in a bar at mellow shoulder. So much amari shouldered so much tyson wiggle and answers that i could piggyback on and just say all year like what he says. I love that and the pressure was lifted away. Then i had jason kidd rasheed wallace guys that stepped in sorta deflected chris. Owned land is saying here but he did a great job of prepping and say i know. Don't give in that's cool. that's coup. This is new. York is how you have to do it. This is what this is. Why you guys get paid so this is the business side of things. This is what i need you to do. I need you guys to just do that anytime you appeal on gas. Make sure that you are tipping yet. You're doing things that me. But that's all a oh end up on their thinks the the restaurants and the league. No that'll be. It ain't is ready to go tonight. So play dot dot dot is amount was up last night at a restaurant too late and didn't even pay the bill is i what i beta bill o. is a cheaper and he asked for a lot of serb dissolve He missed three shots today by pro. What that don't exist to meet but it made sense to new york. So i had to realize what it was telling me like. What the dishes real to you. It's all the same thing but understanding branding understanding how to promote something out to sell something. Make money on something like it doesn't have to be real to. The person doesn't agree assistant seat. It has to make sense of the consumer to fans. That don't know what's really going on it. Don't matter what you don't. Maybe that food is why you didn't play. That scoville never understood. Why the knicks dont how they deal with that ninety team. Why don't hiba team belonging to see if they do. They could get him all.
"iman" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Sets great. Who who who have bro was his night scout. Basel say anything. But it's all part of the game. I love that confidence. I i love chicago for doing that. Joe rid that's i. I love why. I'm so glad my parents had me move over to like move over there and going off having the best of both worlds i could get some of the city but i also got a nice structure. You know what i'm saying. I feel like she added these around. I'd like something happened. The right wing out the as you like. It was kind of like the late plum. We talked about this before. What point in your mind. Click for you like all right. I'm wanted them right with the when everybody else started to take notice because i know that was two different things when you notice them when everybody else knows. I've got rains you my junior year going into my senior year. I killed aau circuit. They all talking about me nowadays starting to consider all this mcdonalds stuff like we want to see. Who don't be this season will be you know supposed to be by. His years breakout year. Let's see if he's really that good so now. All these coaches is coming. We lose to conference games. And i never forget this adam taylor. My made it. The time stands up. In because i was complaining. I'm like we need to do so. We need to better. Y'all complaining on passing y'all like play. Which all like i'm trying to shed light. He dropped a pass. He's not with all the fucking excuse. Everybody else got to just go out there and get fifty we win. Nsa like go get fifty. They're like stop passing in like. Stop passing me. That's what it takes but just don't get fifty that good challenge. He just right. And i sat in that locker room at the body left and i was rocking back and forth like this and i sat there for a long as time now. I god called my grandmom moment. I was like i was asking like. Am i gonna be like 'cause she my grandmom used. I treated my grandma who live outside my grandma like a profit. Everything she said always came true. That was like my confessional time. I talk to my grandma and she was like you're going to be as good as you want to be. But you don't lightly people behind but and that's okay one day you're going to have to leave disaster. She was i just not that many people get blessed with it. But if you want to do it you you are gonna have to leave some people like. That's the only way life work she said. Should i sat there for a long time. I didn't ask them iphone for a while. And then the next game. I like dr Game after dr hy five at that it was like twenty eight weld. It was like everybody just like it but it was like it got to the point. Where at the end of the game. If you try to walk off the court look at my house. I thought this year. I go in. 'cause my whole life you know back. Then you had coaches. That was like you're that good but you don't wanna play with the team your hard to coach your coach. I didn't want those taglines. I had a father like i was very obedient. So what my dad. If he said a may be listened to your coach. If you should be good enough to be able to do that you can have twelve assists to you know you could still do all the right. Things always get back and all and i'm complaining. I'm i was starting my superstar bigger than i did. He was signed at the while he was just. I just don't violate the coach. But you can find ways to win within. But when adam taylor challenges me and my grandma told me like if you wanna be great you don't have to just leave some people it can't be both you ain't fin que. No noman carry a team of mountain and all she liked. You have to go up there yourself and endorse on down to bring them up. But you'll have to go. You'll sell type homes as like once. She created from me like after that. It was just like ronald kelly front of me. I'll lifted our generals. Friday night off by only went to this school. Dancing wasn't there wasn't i was like i won't look i just and it became very a assists aggressive by the year. It was i. I was constantly screaming at my brother and my father and the crowd. I would just talk to them. Because i got technical. Because i don't on somebody. And i gotta ari told me just. I just talked to meet wrote. Just talk to me like. Don't stop talking shit. Don't stop better. My dad was giving me money's. If i don't go somebody i want thirty two if i got i got half my no if i don't want somebody i got thirty. Two don't don't somebody. And when i got a half breed brother was sailing work extra hours. I'll gillard so we've got a bet going back consistently yet levino. I was really going to be pulling it. They said they can also have one or two. This season types out the bed up getting the game. He was like you that sees you went from doug to we gotta go all the way to fifty to twenty five. Getting too many dots again real. It gets point where that may walk like. They're you know what i'm saying. That's not really reached in my bad. Like when i was started game and it was not i was no longer in warm up with my teeth. I was there. I knew the warm up. But i wasn't there i mentally was somewhere else. I was always. It was like i just i point. People didn't know i was going through this in my mind but i have to the first point. It got to be what i will do. I wanna left hand layup or right hanley or whatever it is you've amiss. Miss our won't do on which all got set up you gotta zone set up coup. Cio's zone don't react travis. Spa left was all right. But i'm gonna just do something that i wanna do like and i was able to. It helped me as a man that lights and be able to look my coast dead and tell xactly what i was doing like what you know. The place he an hour off the suspectful it would just. He started realizing he said games. When i was in high school i used to daydream the gay all day. Just like i'm daydreaming. What i'm going do today's game used to do that and you want to do today. Like oh man tonight at the wind up happening like that in the gay when you get the opportunity you feel like oh hurry calm. I was thirsty. Do that iced wish. I did a lot it high. It was just like oh no because we have school this stuff like that that it makes you daydream more. But i used to go to sleep while. I.
"iman" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Played high school it was like coach. Co we gotta play. You know we got. You wanna player bowl west outs. That was thirst. The crane crane because unlike gd zala teams. I swear to god. I'm so nervous to come now with him on the schedule. Making an awakening away gay. You already know won't go in the house. S o b for me pam. People go like this little before they come out. it goes like ooh after. We flush the about pappy de by was a what i wanted to go and i wanted that. Because that's still in that fight or flight. Filler is real when you go out west or you go out and you plan that team. That ain't posted lose. Y'all 'cause y'all technically suburb keys when people pick suburb kid. I don't know what they make up on a piece of paper. I just never knew that he paid for by me. And my others outside. We technically when we found out we suburb. Key is we was confused. We know whether it was. You don't sound like we know what it was. I pushed chicago city town. I'll put that shit all the way up until like i believe i got the seventh grade six gray and they brought me into the office was double checking my addresses. Call my parents everything to kagowa hill knowing. They like he making this many mistakes. I buying keep in chicago. But it's all new jersey's everyday school miss july. When i wanted to all the time everything was chicago. I go to my job at the school. He worked in the city in the city all the time he during his insurance papers should let me play over here at the golden dole. Wet like wherever he. He may not part. Let him play a play with grown near play together. Do joe though cal idea ready play would do with no draw of bell on his james g. It took his shirt off ahead to play. He was shooting around mike that i had to play this man. One on one smelly his nastiest played played again and My dad making me play him. I was mad as hell and my dad holds up. He's as good for you to just. Because i play in where you get by. Is the same game ball in when chain anywhere. Any combs hood any they were got. Go neva's site the same outcome If you who you is saying when people see you in that element they understand like bro. He as scan he really loves. It could be a fan of. That's how i felt when i would go into western house and they stop it in the stands and all my teammates shell-shocked well a couple of them was thirsty. Like me what we would learn. I guess why we win. But you know the the rest of the bitch is sorta like oh always smell like krakow tail people that congo proudly. I don't know about now when we we've coming through the rare west bro. Why one of the toughest conferences in america. Forget the city in america. Well it well talk about you the environments alone. We can't have seven thirty games against at three fifteen three thirty at school. Because it's going up in that game seven birdies too. Many people out of work too many people could make it. They're going down. Always standard jams. Ain't big enough so is going to be standing. Room only is going to be every time you may away up. You're going to fall into no asked out there. Crime tally will. We had lot ammunition life wrote at the bus. Everything night the nba crou- being back like that. Like calls me what it kind of takes a part of me away that you know what i'm saying like it professionally is dope. What if that energy does not even a college college success energy away. A lot of my you listen to by say if you if you think about the nba. What you just said the team the only place that gets you anywhere close to what. You're talking about utah and that's where it's hard to win 'cause they fans right there on top you kind of it's not like how will we talk about what that's about as close as you get in the nba and that's why it makes me right. There they right and you like outrushed. Would you wanna talk. What's up bro. That's probably more incident there anywhere else like you. Don't say because it's like they right there and it's all right there was don't want them to change it. Don't change leave him by lead it. That's a good stable light. It's disrespectful in utah. Lead back across the line. But i mean like the lies. Were we talking about here. It's supposed to be both hostile territory. Coin period. I love the i hate. That shit happened with detroit. And what you call it like fans mad it. just off like screaming disrespected. Shit shit there have reggie miller. I feel like that was the same type of ship where people going adam and his feick says something reggie and it just. It's something you know what. I'm saying like special. Don't want you to take that away. 'cause that's aren't sometimes rust. Maybe adding that bad game shut net fan up is what is spider. Used to be that monster waked let let sleeping dogs lie. I love when is lowering the world as somebody disabled wrong thing. And we get inspired. We've made the next three. That timeout words ought quite irvan guys. We grew up. We drive in because we didn't we been we been. We can't escape it. The when we grow on my way here we go to leslie. You've got some week shoes. Anybody get cap now. China's came from the environment. We come from so everything getting us into okay. Engaged like what's happening. I'm us like okay. That's why i cry jobs because i've been crackdown. Call it so now. I learned how to fight. Because i got beat up and i got this. I know that. I can take dead in the face. Life ain't got hit phase of their breathing. Dinner seat him. My by that change your whole respecting the people send out there right now with me. Never got cuts. I'm talking about punts straight. Your knows where you take that philly and you go through it. That's i learn bro. I promise you know lie. I've been Lead all for two teams. I usually ask everybody was. Why light like we'll talk. Come up lab. Knowledge i got. Is you listen you listen. You got knocked out to view as out of got almost knocked out out. Got a one on one and it got stumped because i hit the slopes at balled up of night don out of every version of a fight. That's why now. I'm confident in doing that. Us right now. okay. I angle overreact to know situation. I've been in this situation. Either we all the courts you know. We've swooping in new york. That's gonna be a buddy over. The grazie say i can't take it creates a competent. Me look look inviting ak got raised. You.
"iman" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"To be late. So you know parking you got to make a name for yourself because everybody around city loaded up now only do they got a nice play on superstar maintain. They got a squad i was. You'll competitive as to be like. Nah i gotta make a name for myself in the big city with all these big time teams around is crazy is is gonna sound shallow. Or we're kinda without literally wanted to play city team sam prester. And that's the most honest. I could keep it z by. I never kept it that that data thousand which like no bullshit. Our whole type of sick was like i had an issue with women liking the homeys because they district or you like him because he goes to the school. That ain't winning like they just disrespectful a bag and i don't get it. I even understand that. I'm not but i'm like no we over here trying to make it over. We could kick you like that like you sam but bring everybody over. We'd be having house tacked out now because we won't kids in our family all get a taste of this we all. You know what i'm saying. When i played high school it was like coach. Co we gotta play. You know we got. You wanna player bowl west outs. That.
"iman" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Man. I hate when a person give me a librarian. I know how to go right thirty point. You could've stopped the my brother man. Where was your antanas when he was up here tattoo in the hug he was the first person to release frustrate me. And i i remember that because I recall becoming a fan. Because of that right i had to study. I believe paul. Pierce began my youtube graves. While i started watching players home. I lights i'll watch eighteen. I don't get the film from the film guys. I'm watched it. But i'm going to become a fan all week knowing i gotta play dismantle saturday. You'll celebrations knows. How rule is he told. He pushed every time he do this. I see this clip over. He always hit his game. Do we push off highs. He didn't separation am. I saw definitely call so governor. Shit what do he do this. Because it ain't it clearly is your engine that calls you look you and i'm not just the most people that say like let's say you. How because like you saying youtube like you can go and youtube in what somebody highlights. When we got the lead it went to. We had to go to that video guy and get the information gets me all his vassals last five games all.
"iman" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"First question we asked everybody who come on. The show is when you first got to the league. Who's the first person bushel. As great as i knew those questions. I want to say. I never really got up here in a says. Yeah the q. That's why was so. I played them people again. Playoff semi finally got to get a little bit. He was doing shit was just like you making it last somebody like it. He just was guinness he he. He got jeremy's on a bit of space to do what he needs doing. Good is ready. Arc is still on a an ace still eagles step back not even away by just a barely given off his arm. I work on. It was great Rain as operating off right there that seventeen. Eighteen feet cookies Bragging bad do this all let your guard. Where does it vice from yoyo. Laugh on location houses.
Streamlining the Hiring Process for Nurses With Dr. Iman Abuzeid of Incredible Health
"The genesis of incredible health came from my background right. So i am an md a lot of friends and family members that are doctors as well who were often complaining about understaffing at the same time. My co founder. Who's a software engineer from. Mit import. lock. His sisters are nurses and they were saying. Hey i'm experienced and qualified and still takes me two three months to get my next job. I applied a ten fifteen places. I often don't hear back. This is a very common experience for nurses by the way even today and so we just figured there just has to be an easier way to solve this problem so essentially the problem you identified. Was this kind of the process. Right of hiring. Nurses was broken. Which doesn't make sense right because you would think you know with the shortage and hospitals needing nurses they would bring him on but hospitals are also big bureaucracies with lots of different challenges. So i guess it does make sense. You identified this problem. Which was the hiring the on boarding process and and all the bureaucracy involved. You decided to figure to streamline it and that was the genesis of incredible health. That's right and it's now expanded beyond just the place where a nurse finds the job. It's the place where he or. She manages their career. I mentioned continuing education earlier. We also have free salary estimators. We have a couple more services than are launching at the end of this year as well. That's exclusively for nurses. So it's it's really become the place where you manage your entire career on incredible health. Well i'm wondering him on. How does the business model work do. Hospital subscribe pay subscription fee to the site. Or do they pay you know. Every time they hire somebody you get a fee sort of kazakh model designed as a subscription and then that the hospitals are picking are selecting different. Tiers that are based on volume of one hundred percent free for the nurses when nurses go and work at hospitals. Do they tend to stay at the same hospital for a long time. Or is there high turnover. Are they moving around to different hospitals. Yeah so for our platform specifically we only do permanent workers right. We don't do any contract. Workers now look nursing in general is known for high turnover right so usually it's seventeen percent is a national annual turnover right now and so retention is also a hot topic and a very important topic for these for these employers as well and we'll try to do whatever they can to try to keep their nurses so let's go back to the beginning of this year. At what point. Did you realize that this pandemic is going to be a major problem and that the service you offer was was potentially going to be in high demand. I figured this out. Put this altogether. Probably in january february and now is because i was on twitter on and honestly the most amount of information was coming from epidemiologists. Md's and public health experts around the world because we weren't getting real time data here in the us so twitter twitter was actually the my source for figuring this out. I know you've got a team of about thirty people. You're based in san francisco right. We are headquartered in san francisco. Our team is in different parts of the country. So when you realize that this was potentially going to be a huge issue did you see an immediate spike in demand for your services. We did a certainly by april. There was a spike in demand for specific types of nurses. If you're an icu nurse. Or e deaners the hiring for that like increased by three x on our platform like right away and we saw a drop. For some of the other specialties because surgeries were getting canceled but since then since july august the demand for every single role has dramatically increased because not only are hospitals operating at full capacity also dealing with this pandemic. So how did you start to position your your company and your business to meet that demand so there were few things that we did We a few months ago. We launched what we call the pandemic hiring sweet right and what that is is a a range of features and tools that even more dramatically accelerates the hiring and really helps. The hospitals reduce costs because they had gone through some very severe financial hardship. Right so a couple of the things that we did was we added in automated interview scheduling remote interviewing. Because that's just what you have to do. During a pandemic in-app chats enhanced are matching algorithms. All of these with the goal of accelerating the hiring even further so we got down to twelve days now and on average we save every hospital that we work with at least two million dollars because they dramatic try to reduce their travelers costs as well as our overtime in asia. Our costs so essentially last year or the year before. If you were nurse using your platform you would have done and in-person interview at least one. You've traveled to the hospital. And that of course has gone away. That's gone so that's not even a feature anymore. Now everything is happening. Virtually correct and
Teyana Taylor welcomes baby with Iman Shumpert, gives birth in bathroom — again
"Team on Shumpert. Auntie Anna Taylor. They had their baby. Really? Okay, that the baby share like couple days ago. Right? I know so much temperate. Posted at 3:28 A.m. On September 6 2020 Rose decided the baby shower throne for her and mommy was tulip. She didn't make the party, but she managed to make the next day, her birthdate. Now when we buy homes, we always find a bathroom with great energy. But not in a million years. Would you be able to tell me we deliver both of our daughters in the bathroom without the assistance of a hospital, our newest addition into the world in the water and came out looking around and ready to explore a healthy towels. A little sister. Another daughter, Black Love wins again. Welcome, baby girl. We love you, baby clothes bombs was the name dropping clues. Bombs for rules and Shumpert, Deana Martin. I did Eric about do get there to be the Dola. The question I would like to know. Remember, Tina said Erica was gonna do it. I saw the Erica actually posted about it. And I posted about the birth. I'm trying to see if that post said that she was actually there because she was saying it's a perfect little baby. Hold on. Let me pull up her post her right now. She said. Welcome, baby. Rosiana Tiller. They did that. Thank you both for allowing me to assist. So yes. Beautiful. First face. You see our voices, Erica Badu.
Los Angeles judge orders release of man who spent nearly 2 decades in prison after conviction at age 15
"The judge has ordered the release of a man who spent 19 years in prison for a gang related shooting thanks to the efforts of the Loyola Law Schools project for the Innocent 34 year old Iman Barnes is expected to be freed next week. Barnes was 15 when he was arrested for a shooting in Compton. He was tried as an adult and sentenced to 40 years to life for attempted murder. Barnes says he was home with his mother at the time of the shooting. The victim identified him has since recanted. His attorneys say they will try to have this conviction vacated.
Connecting to a Building Automation System using the BACnet Protocol
"Todd Hey man welcome to the sprinkler nerds show. Glad to have you today. Thank you good to be here. Yeah absolutely man that it's been little while. been wanting to have you on because you and I always have fun kind of bullshitting on the back into baseline about different types of technology and we have the I should say I have the luxury of spending time with you as relates to building automation and controls integration some looking forward to this conversation today, and before we jump into all that I kind of wanted to. Set the stage with with you and maybe learn a little bit about your background and how you found your way into the irrigation industry. Right. Well. I guess I. We had year Gatien on the farm growing up. So I learned a lot about moving hand line and all the other stuff that goes along with. with with dealing with irradiation there and then With the university and got eggington airing degree. So continued on with You know the agricultural aspect of my education and ended up connecting with baseline as director of sales was our neighbor. For Awhile. And so after he moved in and we've got no, we started talk more about. What the what we all did for a living and talk about baseline and near Gatien fees. We ended up for. That of building a bit of a working relationship there and I got involved with a company through him. So okay. So before coming to baseline. full-time you're working in the AG engineering side of things. Well, I was doing engineering. I ended up when I graduated it was The job market wasn't very strong and so the offer I got was from utility. Company. So I ended up going to work for a power company doing. More electrical engineering automation engineering. Down And So I did that for quite a while and then Iman partner baseline initially and. Work in. Technology application really is I think are the best lady despite my role whether it's internally within the company Director of Right. So when you're doing work for the power company see this is good I didn't even know some of this. This is awesome. engineering can mean all kinds of things mechanical and electrical and. What exactly where you're doing for the electrical company. Well. I was doing project work primarily, and so we were building new plants in the beginning and then my focus was on the automation side. So we started doing large control system upgrades and replacements. So the last big project had at our company was control system replacement that one of their big woods, the coal fired plant at that time and about twenty five, hundred megawatt plant, and or different independent systems that we integrated into one big system. You know very, very large scale stuff It was good job with a good project lots of different things to do and coordination and I kind of oversaw the implementation of the role that I had. We did the design. Do. We went out for bids and pick vander in then provided vendor support in the vendor we picked with actually inbox borough mass I got spent some time back there. s sounds wicked. Good. It was interesting. It was it was it was a big challenge and there were a lot of personnel changes that went the place during the project is the company that made the equipment got sold as partway through the job, and so all kinds of logistical things to consider. But that the end of the day the plant came online on schedule and stayed running. So that would really measure. It sounds much more complicated than twenty, four volt soul noise on and off. Well there was we used forty eight volts so. But. It's all about coordination and all about programming and testing and making sure that when. Excuse that when you tell something to do something doesn't doesn't at the right time in the right. Way and. Like what we're doing now with the irradiation stuff, it's just instead of controlling boilers and turbines and things like that. It's. It's more. Cool. So let's see before we get into the again the topic of conversation what exactly is your role at baseline? What do you do on a day-to-day basis? Well, you know I do all kinds of different things I think the best kind of the best way to capture technology application. So I do it it infrastructure support for both internally baseline and I knew that for customers as well. program application. So we have a bunch of different programs US within the company to manage our systems and our business processes and accounting and all that sort of stuff. So I support those systems and. Customer side you know we have our our our standalone servers and back net manager and so again, application it's about. What's the customer looking to Do what the? Solutions Are they looking to. And then how do we do that and so technically within baseline I'm under the IT. Umbrella. But I do I and support. Little little bit engineering once in a while software type stuff and then But a lot of my work is customer facing. Stuff that's you know that's where the Value Amis where I can generate. The most value is when you're helping customers solve their issues no optimize the use of their resources and integrate their systems so that they can they can basically manage their sites or their organizations however ABROA- their management those in a way that they're. Else, them basically all these operational things going to go into the background.
Immigrant pride in Britain
"Trevor Phillips talked about a sense of mission creep in diversity and heroin Hera Dane distinguished between power and influence, arguing that the trump and Johnson were in power. Many of our institutions were influencing against him. Scroll back after this episode to hear the first part of this twin podcast on Johnny Gould's Jewish state. Today Catherine, verbal on the unifying goal of Britishness for those of US lucky to live here and Nyah philomen Iman on how humanity and its possibilities should always be counted about identity. Listen for those who are willing to listen. This is Johnny. Gold's Jewish state of Richard Kim joked with me. The Jews actually more patriotic than the general population. I mean most Jews. I've met in this country. Patriotic, the most non rights hunter, yes, and if you you just you just take for example in a synagogue on Friday A. Press for the Queen and their press listeners now. Donna very much doubt you'll find those in the church. Of England and multi million selling record producer Trevor Horn quoted Leviticus Jewish faith, it says seek the Fortune on. Successive the city to which you have. No I think that's I think that's the way. That's what they do. Jews try and make things better that. The country and and they you know the gross like you separate religion. You need them to help with an. Amazing Resource. You know scroll back for these two amazing views earlier. You'll have expressed today which chimed from within Jewish family. Catherine Bob I'll saying came to prominence ten years ago. When at that is conservative? Party conference speaking support the Party's education policies. She slated a culture of excuses of low standards are see bureaucracy and the chaos of classrooms because it keeps poor children poor. After huge rows and barriers put up in front of her. As she confronted a prevailing culture, she sets up the Michaela Secondary, school in Wembley. Her pupils read five. Shakespeare plays in three years that told a culture of kindness which includes helping each other and their families and offering adults there seats on buses in the tube. She also has an incisive word about how black a nation kids are subtly told, then, not British. Do you feel you've had to prove yourself more than most because of your philosophies on education? Yes we take a slightly different way of doing things. God behavior got teaching methods got the ethos, and so it's been a bit of A. Bite to persuade people that this is an option that's worth trying may now with our outstanding off stead, and with our grizold Jesus last year. It seems pretty obvious that this is a a valid way of doing things. But when we started, it was far from being valid. People thought we were a bit crazy frankly to to be doing what we were doing. There is a prevailing wind in education. Still blows against you, Catherine sued. You still are people. They're trying to trip you up all the time. If there are any sort of dropping of standards, I know, that will be disciplined, standards are central to your ethos, but but there's a lot of people not on your side. Yeah, that's true although I have to say many of them have owned by the wayside over the years and not I do feel in a way. Many of them have just given up because we kept on going and it is hard to. To argue against the school that is giving city children chances that they wouldn't otherwise have had. That's teaching them so well. They're you know they really are just defying all the expectations, and also we get over six hundred businesses every year. Mainly Teachers Knoll is teachers. Say My goodness. They're so well behaved. They're so curious there so independently minded. They're so nice, you know. The children are just nice, so when when you got anecdotal evidence like that and you've also got kind of data that shows that we're doing very well. It is hard to argue against it so. People who do argue against it tends to just be. Personal attacks. You know they just don't like me or they don't like. Is They? Don't like school. Stands for an tend to say things like all. No, not at school again. They don't really have any off because there are no arguments, so they dislike as without. Prejudice basically
Can Bitcoin Hold $7,000?
"Get everybody. Welcome to come cooped podcasts hut. You've had I Smashing US far and oversee. Which took a Monday? Which is tonight in this one part of the world I am going to enjoy. It just wanted to go through a couple of things with you and discuss what's happened over the weekend so far. There's been some nice opportunities as a matter of fact yesterday to everybody who's in the try to cope community on. Who's following through my youtube channel? you would have seen the video on behalf of F C X Talking about The list that I cried creating that list as a matter of fact I ended up with. Bonnets born has against perpetual ended. Got On the day won't percent it's hit one to once skyler out on that position and things are looking quite good day. The whole market is a you know the market as a whole at the moment this morning is really coming through a bit of pullback and should that be something that I'm concerned about well not really on. Its buys at this at all but a couple of things I do need to be aware of do need you to be aware of as well first things first. If all the tell you about the weekly the weeklies back up into the cradle signed the backup into cradles. Now that doesn't mean it's GonNa full from here and look. It's not the most bearish candles but it's also certainly not bullish if anything. It's a little bit undecided to slightly Berry because of the rejection was an did have a high of seven thousand four hundred seventy seven currently which six thousand nine hundred eighty three we seven thousand we have only got ten minutes a mock right now until this candle close. I'd love to sit close above seven thousand because we haven't seen a close above seven thousand on the way clear for a while now. Is it significant? If we don't close about seven thousand Iman opinion I don't see it as being too significant at all. No I don't see it as being. I A major hurdle full bitcoin but in the same respect I am very much Ivan to looking to save. There are any short trades available at the moment. I can't find anything. There is no need for me to find anything just yet but I will be keeping on that advising not advising all the acting accordingly for my portfolio based on what I say the MOM Long Bonnets. The market does still look relatively strong. We go bitcoin at six thousand. Nine hundred seventy one point two percent on the Diet pullback into that cradles I had a little move from the only reason I didn't get lung. Bitcoin is because the two-day candle is not looking as it needs to be in that cradles on and it's not so from bitcoin. At Sixty nine seventy two at one point two percent. We moved to the theory of a theory. I'm also looking at an awesome shots up point nine three percent sitting at one hundred and sixty dollars on the nose right now to be interesting to see how that plays out once again a pretty good looking Talk of really beyond that. On a theory on excel we do have a four L. higher low and high high sign a theory and many of the top ten to be fair. It's up one percent rotten out nineteen cents. Bitcoin cash is up point. Eight percent right now. A guy that bright the high of yes. Today's Daily Candle. And Look it's it's it's one of the few in the top two that doesn't have a four hour. Optronics go to low low in a high and looking a little bit. Unsettled there on Bitcoin. Cash the moment I to go via one of the top performers in the top ten again. We've got one ninety three dollars and thirty cents. Three point five percent right now again. It'll pull Buckingham that cradle side accordance. It'll pop higher over the last twenty four hours. It's just giving a little bit of rain back now. Once again many having had a good push up a lot of that moves coming back in the form of a pullback now this could represent trading opportunities as well so definitely not not jumping on the bearish bandwagon at this stage is keeping an eye on. What's going on? I am long bonds. Do have my prophet locked. It will at least of brave and tried. And it's just a matter of watching how the rest of it evolves over the rest of the coming die on the log on the one on the top ten that is comedy down. It's down half of Senate forty two dollars and thirty seven cents one. That's none of my right off for any trades thus far today it does have a four hour high low and high hostile that could change later on if it does push on higher once again a offsides thing that God is not very much. He's up to two dollars and fifty one cents to the daily does look quite nas a break from yesterday but it's still got some work to do in. That work needs to be done today. Opinion unless we ought to console it if we do see markets. Go into a consolidation. Well it would be. It would be anyone's guess as to what happens Bonnet while I managed to pick the best move out of the top ten On that try day. It's actually three point. Seven four percents of quantum above everything else other than bs. Vade four dollars and thirty five cents. Daily looks very strong. This as a cradle tried on the sixteen hour. Am I got my one to one once again? Very happy with that. No risk on that trade now. Salaam sitting court pretty to the long side. No shorts on Marcus Look Long. Molin look short for the time. Being on the Donna. Its up point. Eight of a percent. A three point three cents. It's not representing too much of the story fully. We back into an old level of Brazil. She's GonNa get rid of that. Level is nothing really there anymore. It's it's so old that mothballed it did break out throw high of a candle and once again what point four percent rotten and nothing really work with their theory of classic another one. That doesn't look all that great. Four hours in an uptrend but August brought high and it doesn't look all that strong of the moment. It's not one percent at five dollars and thirty four instagram out. The top ten. We're GONNA try at one point two cents. It's up to four percent and it has pulled back and let me just check that level. There is a level that level is sitting bang on the noise of one point two. I sense four hours trend looking really really nice there and look at the level that has held for a little while. I will be watching Point and saying if I can't say oh sorry can't
Mom, stop looking at your phone!
"We just want to say up front that Lauren. I both use social media and we have found great benefits really like it and have enjoyed it So we want to. Yeah we want to kind of hear a lot of you probably thinking a little bit about your social media. Have it's probably and emily and I have had had so many conversations about social media. It's just it's just a very big reality in her is life and then we assume for many. If not all of you guys are thinking about about this kind of thing and actually we came across a recent study from two thousand eighteen that said that the average person spends over two and a half hours a day on social media so this equates actually seven years of time over the course of an average lifespan which is just kind of mind blowing that you would spend seven years of your life On social media at it it is mind blowing and I think when we hear two and a half hours the reality is most of us. Don't realize that we're doing that because it's pockets throughout the day. You know time in the New Year Air Ten minutes there twenty minutes there and you know when you're looking at your phone you're scrolling. It can go by so fast like I have one of those lymph things on my phone which we'll talk about later. That will I'll say oh I want fifteen more minutes. What about fifteen minutes ago I just I was just scrolling for a couple of minutes but if our ministry goal is to help MOMS understand scene and apply God's Word and the truth of the Gospel to everyday life than at some point we have to talk about these stats the fact that moms that we are spending potentially potentially an average of two and a half hours a day just on social media and we have to start asking questions of that lake? Is this helping us. Is this helping us. Look to Christ beef fall. Is this adding positively to our lives. Is it serving us or we serving it are we using it with thankfulness or freedom or have we become enslaved sleep to it and addicted we. We really have to ask those questions because it is such a significant thing for our generation. Yeah so we want to start off with just asking a question that Some kind of basic but we might delivering some something that you never thought about before so the question is kind of is social media really as neutral or benign as we think it is. I think most most of us would say hey social media in and of itself it's it's really just benign and you know that's how often emily and I think about it that it's neither good nor bad. It's just this. Modern tool tool gives us information. It's just like the radio or the TV or whatever in many ways. We think that is really really true because when we get on instagram or facebook or whatever on social media no one's in trying to make do really bad things are generally really not trying to make you do bad things but you're instead you're using it in a way of. Hey let's post pictures of my kids edit posts my meal. What I'm doing trip that I've taken stuff like that but I think Iman I have done more research? We're both growing more and more. Ah We're both thinking more about the idea. I guess of seeing that the creators of social media don't necessarily mean it for it to be this total neutral influence in our lives. They actually really want us to use it all of the time. Use it a lot. And they want it to gain a lot of ground in our lives to impact purchasing decisions are beliefs our attitudes our actions actions and so. I think that this is something that just needs to be talked about what we want to kind of bring it to the surface today. Talk about what is really behind social media but under social media the all APPS on our loans probably a broader issues a broader term. Here of APPS. Yeah and one thing that's helped me think about. This is just the fact that these are businesses. Yeah and a business has a goal and an end and that end goal for them. The true customer of social media is really the the advertisers right the MOMS with the profiles. You were posting. Pictures of their kids are not the customers we are the users of that and they actually. What's being sold sold being sold in the end to the advertisers? So no that's so good. And so what that means is that the creators of social media and the true through customers have social media. I put motives on them but they don't care if we spend a ton of time on her phone they actually want us to stay on social media. They want us to click on on things. They want us to buy things they want us to get sucked in and we're going to talk a little bit more about what that looks like but that was just a really helpful realization to me of actually the people people behind this APP. Want me to spend a ton of time on. Here's right Recently read this book called how to break up with your phone by Catherine price will link get in the show notes. It's not Christian resource but it is fascinating and she calls this engagement. She refers to as the currency of attention so so as emily was saying basically social media. APPS are after more and more of your attention because then they can turn around and they can sell it. They can make it revenue to make profit from the advertisers. And so what they want you to do is instead of living life they want you to pick up your phone and get on it and beginner active with it and so this is where to some of the research just gets crazy courage you. I think we'll link a few things but there are lots of books about this now. More and more research is being done. So we're not GONNA be able to cover the gamut or explain everything but I think it's important to just see that a lot of these things social media APPS Orsini interactive APP. They're designed with the purpose of addicting. You and this is where things kind of get a little bit crazy Wa. Yeah it is interesting so basically the way it works is that APPS are designed to give you a hit of Dopamine A. and Dopamine is at brain chemical that does a lot of things but mostly it makes us feel excited and happy. It's like a little reward and our brain and so they have designed the APPS in such such a way that gives us dopamine hit at just the right time that makes us feel addicted to it. It makes us want to keep coming back and there's another thing that happens on. Social media called intermittent reward awards so that is like I don't know if I check like what I'm GonNa find there sometimes. I'm going to find messages sometimes. I'm not sometime to find like sometimes I'm not and that not knowing and actually causes us to check constantly. It's something our brain is wired to do and speaking of brain wiring. There is something in kind of this APP design called brain hacking and basically there are interviews and research shows social media. Creators have actually teamed up with neuroscientist. You understand how they can rewire our our brains and our habits so that we will want to spend more time on the AXA. They are like actually on the offensive trying to figure out how they can make us do this more. Yeah we want to be clear to that. Like they're very nice people together in their entirely unable right but it's a business and it doesn't mean that they're wrong to try to do their job to try to get us to use our phones more. We don't want to make that out or have that. Be The main point. The point here is that in general these APPs are being created to addict you with that purpose of trying to get to to use them more and more and actually as you use them and not just an APP but your phone phone entirely Your brain is actually
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Alonso ties Judge's rookie mark with 52nd homer
"Speaking of Homer's Pete Alonso against wanting his way to another record tonight top night at Citi Mets sweep the playoff bound Braves for two of the first Alonso connecting a line drive shop to left wrist fifty second Homer that off Dallas conical it ties Erin judges rookie marks it two years ago ones are now three homers ahead of the rates you any swaras for the major league lead JD Davis the go ahead two run homers twenty first in the fourth Marcus Stroman allowing two runs over six and Seth Lugo now on seeking a two inning save Iman
ESPN's 'Qualified' Highlights Boundary-Breaking Race Car Driver Janet Guthrie
"Return our attention to the world of motor sports, which has the rare distinction as being one of the sports where men and women are sensually on a level playing field in that body strength and physical speed take a back seat to focus precision and skill and yet women have struggled to break through at the highest levels of motor sports. That is the topic of the latest thirty for thirty film. It's called qualified. It used to be and women can't do it. They don't have the strength. They don't have the endurance. They're gonna endanger lives. You don't hear that anymore. What you do. Here is they're never gonna win. Then believe me if I didn't think I could win I would quit. But I do think I can win for four year stretch starting in nineteen seventy seven Janet Guthrie attempted to accomplish where women had never done qualify for and win the world's most famous race. The Indianapolis five hundred unsurprisingly she faced a ton of resistance, we'll five or six other rookies year. And she gets all attention, and they don't get nothing. Do you think she'll be able to last six hundred mile? No. No. What was surprising to the establishment was how good of a research at Guthrie actually what's despite inferior equipment funding that paled in comparison to some of the other teams and open hostility from her male competitors. Guthrie not only qualified, but earned a top ten finish in nineteen seventy within two years. She finished ahead. Mario andretti. The lady can literally with one hand tied behind her back with them in. On today's episode. Look at Janet Guthrie struggles her achievements her determination and how her career suddenly stalled out the director of qualified generic, and her producer, Carolina Waterlo will join me in a moment. But first, it is my pleasure. To say Hello to the legend herself Janet Guthrie, welcome to the thirty for thirty podcasts. And congratulations on this film will thank you. It's a pleasure to be here. So I want to get into the film when your career, but I was wondering if you could just describe what it's like to drive an IndyCar. Well, there's nothing that I know of that require is such focus without a lapse for such a long time, because you can't afford to make small mistakes, because small mistakes have shot at turning into unseemly mishaps. You're trying to beat the next guy end of the corner, but you're not going to put him in the wall. In order to do it. Hang on. John is still doing quite well second, Indianapolis five hundred AJ just one place in front of. Treaded guthrie. So it's a very interesting combination of competition. And yet, you're responsible for the well being of the person you're competing against. I don't know anything like it really. Anything can happen. One of the things I learned from the film that you grew up. You learn how to fly you parachuted. But in your answer, just then you didn't say anything along the lines of. Well, I am a thrill seeker. And I really liked going fast or something like that. I mean so where does that fit into to the appeal? Well, I guess I was born at venturous and grew up in sufficiently socialized of flying was great fun. What of the elements is that this wonderful machinery, the airplanes the race carries in able women to compete right out there, the level of human ability, because the broad shoulders and big muscles, don't count. That's part of the appeal finding out what it's like out there the limits of human capability, so this may be naive question. But why was it so hard to make that case throughout the seventies that this isn't about physical broad shoulders in the way that you just described this is about folk? This and all the things that aren't sort of inherently different between men and women. Oh, mythology. I'm afraid actually I had been racing sports car is for women had always participated. I'd been doing that kind of thing for thirteen years. And I could count the problems on the fingers of one hand that had anything to do with my being a woman, it just really wasn't an issue. So to come in to the top levels of racing and this country IndyCar racing and NASCAR Cup racing. And discover the not everybody thought that way was a quite as apprise actually when you were trying to break in. Did you get a sense that there was sort of actual misogyny at place, or was it more just like we have an old boys club here? We like our little network, and now trying to crash the party. Well, unfortunately, what was being said, was along. The lines of women did have strength women don't have the endurance. Women don't. Ev the emotional stability, Iman are going to endanger our lives times. It made made a mad mostly. I could laugh at it because I figured they would learn better and indeed, for the most part that did happen when you first started breaking in, and particularly when you got to Indy cars, your first few races, it felt like not just all eyes on you, but also testing you, you know what I mean? People were pretty explicit about this is your one chance. And if you screw it up, then you're not going to get a second chance. Well, I knew if a screwed up that it would be a long time. If for a woman got another chance. Yes. I did have to be a little extra cautious those first few races. So that not only did I give the fast or. Cars in a room. I gave them so much room that there wasn't going to be a doubt in their mind. And then as time went on, of course, I could home in on that a little more. But you look for hence. Coming up on the smart car. Chris allowed to make any mistakes day with lower Parador faster cars. Yeah. Given them all over the world. You bet. We'll hear lots more from Janika three in a bit. But now let's talk to the people who had to craft her story qualified director, Jen Ricker, and producer Caroline Waterlo. Jenna started a conversation by talking about whether Janika through was a story that she knew about or whether she felt like she was really rescuing a story that had been lost to history. I didn't know who Johnny go through was myself. And I think what happened for me is in being introduced her story. I was a little ticked. I didn't know who she was. I was like the first woman. I don't know who the first one when you qualified for the Indianapolis five hundred this is insane. And I think it started like throwing down a rabbit hole of like how many more women don't I know about. And, and I think that became something very clear to us as we were learning more about her in culling research is that most people didn't know about her, and this is an overarching problem beyond the sport beyond her story is that every time we find out about a woman, it's still a novelty, and the more novelties the less progress, you can make. And if people can identify with somebody who's come before it looks like a pretty big mountain to scale to go after something. So it it didn't up having a big impact on us. The Juno about the story. I did not Jenna, read the book and. I was very excited about it. And she and I became friends through another mutual friend who is also a producer on the film Nina, Kristich, and Nina, and I had worked on the OJ made in America doc, together. She's a archival genius, and our other producer, Greg. So the four of us all kind of came together, and John had this incredible disease of an excitement for the story, and we all immediately agreed and sort of got on board to me, it was like seventies women race cars. Awesome. The need. There's no you look at a picture of her her suits with her car. And you just think I need to know everything about this. And so it was kind of a no brainer for me to want to produce it and try to talk. Yes. PIN into making it people who are listening to this podcast will have heard her and got of personality. I'm wondering if you can take a crack at describing Janet's personality to natio- single minded in pursuit of things, she's very inflammable. And so it's probably what maters such a great race car driver. Like, as we did this discovering. Like never seen it IndyCar race. Never seen a NASCAR race. And then gets in these cars and excels. And I think that's to or credit, you know she did jump from kinda crappy sports cars to the top level of the sport. And it's to your credit that it was like give me the machine. And I will make it excel. Yeah. And then the great joy of, of Janet as a character to is you go the next layer to her. And it's like oh, she jumped out of a plane when she was sixteen right? Oh, she's an aeronautical engineer. Oh, she built her own engine? You know, we talk about, you know, stem in education, outright, science technology, engineering math, you know, she is like the stem spokesperson of all time, and that's another all the areas that she excelled in are just these kind of have traditionally not been is that we hear about women. Do you think she was motivated by just? I'm really good at this and I want to do this or how much did she recognize the sort of trail-blazing nature of what she was doing? She. Was not trying to be the first she was not trying to make a huge feminist statement. She's like I'm just trying to drive my car and I am good at it, and I and I love it and I want to do it, so please, let me do it. But then she talks about in the film how over time as people point out to her, that she is this trailblazer. And she sorta realizes that it has become a role that she does feel some responsibility towards in terms of being this woman to blaze a trail. And so she she, she's a reluctant hero in that sense. I think that was one of the things certainly that drew me to her. I think that most trailblazers arrest people who do these things aren't consciously thinking, I'm going to carry this banner. It is because they're so focused on the thing. They believe they're meant to do that. Eventually, there's a wake behind them. I think for all women. It's always like you're, you're carrying all of them and had on your back. Like, what are you? I'm just trying to go shopping. You know, like it's always so weighted down. Down, and it's a big burden to carry that doesn't happen to men excelling it something or stepping out of the norm. They're not all of a sudden given us albatross, the failure. Yes. So high. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I thought that came through really strongly in the film and continues to this day. But just this notion that certain people have much shorter leashes than others. Certain people I shouldn't mince words like white men, get much longer leash than others. You have to be perfect if you're going to try and be I. Yeah. Or even eat. Yeah. Even get the shot. It's, it's. But there were there were explicit. I mean it was explicit in that moment. I mean, they're you know, I'm trying to remember the particular quote. But there were, there were race officials basically saying this is your chance to prove a new only get one. Yeah. Right. You have to raise Trenton before let you even set, you know, step on the track at Indy that was very much like, you know, someone's going to get killed with this woman on the track. I mean now I mean it's about as high stakes as you could imagine for her going improve herself. I mean people were very concerned about it. There's times when it's like how this is an old boys club, and people are being just sorta, like joke fraternal about it. But then there's times when, like some of the signs that were out there and some of the language of use was like, and had, like, really scary. Grandstands behind his. It was always see the people agitate ner say rude things the save. Nice has get the tips out of the pets here come to young guys seem I say, hi Janet, you got to qualify said, I hope so. He said, well, we don't we hope you crash on our corner. I didn't really have a thick skin. If that's what it took to get a shot at the Indianapolis five hundred I would deal with it. That's all. Couple years before Janet arrives on the scene. Women aren't even allowed in the pit area. And so these female sportswriters sued the track to get access. And I was reading one of the articles about it, and there's drivers saying if I see one on the track and went around the bitch over. I mean this is what they're saying. And this is just somebody asking to do your job and be reporter. It was sort of shocking, and then not shocking. In nineteen seventy eight Gordon Johncock an Indy champion. He shook the car down when he came back. He got out of the Carney, through his helmet. He was furious. And he realized that
Dont spend it all at once: Pakistan and the IMF
"Hello and welcome to the intelligence on economist radio. I'm your host. Jason Palmer every weekday. We provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world. In the west there seems to be a push towards vegetarianism and veganism, but that's just a tiny blip in a bigger upward trend in meeting around the world, that's bad news for the environment. But in a narrower sense, it's good for people. And a century ago. One in eight girls born in France was named Marie now that number is one in one hundred demographers love, these kinds of trends, they reveal much more than census data do about. How France is secularize ING and globalizing. But I. Focused on is poised to accept a hefty bailout from the International Monetary Fund. Again, the over indebted country has just sought it's twenty second loan from the F. In a speech while opening a hospital last week, prime minister, Imran Khan, laid the blame on his predecessors. Maimed Pakistan's economic predicament on the previous government. Fingered the amount of debt at the previous government has racked up. Simon cox. Economists emerging marketer. And he pointed out to Pakistanis that fixing this problem would require some hardship in the short term. And he'll so reassured them that Pakistan was in reality of rich country. And the things would get better eventually, and how have done is responded to news of this loan. So there's some dismay some disgruntlement little bit of surprise Iman Khan doing campaigning for the elections last year said he wouldn't turn to the IMF. Although most economists knew that it would be inevitable. He also made large claims for instituting a new kind of welfare state in Pakistan that would take better care of the poor. So that sits at odds with the austerity that Buxton is now going to have to endure, although when should say that the IMF program is attempting to make some provision for the poor. It's certainly been causing a big stir in parliament and the opposition in particular have been accusing the government of selling Pakistan out accusing Pakistan of allowing dictate terms. One particular point of contention is. From this Imran Khan shook up his economic team of the last couple of weeks. Now, the head of the central Bank is a Pakistan national, but also a former official at the IMF. So some critics feel day with this. Right. So let let's roll back a little bit here. How did Pakistan's economy get into such a mess in the first place so Pakistan's been a regular customer? If you like the IMF, and it took a loan twenty thirteen which actually went quite well. And so around twenty sixteen the economy look to have stabilized, but from then on the previous government ran some unsustainable policies in particular the exchange rate to expensive which the competitiveness of puck stan's exports, and they also ran two large budget deficit. So it's too much spending not enough tax collecting, so the big export import Gant, and as a big revenue and expenditure gap for the government the economy, we should say grew pretty well during that pair. But it had these two unsustainable gaps and eventually investors cease to be willing to finance these gaps and the economists after then live with them Enes. So it sounds like some kind of intervention was was needed, and I know with with Pakistan as a as you say regular customer of the I MEF why are so many Pakistanis opposed to to their presence their their their lending. This is a common problem that the IMF aces countries pursue unsustainable. Economic policies. They live beyond their means. Now, the IMF at that point will offer alone to ease this transition, and so the lending will come with conditions attached. So the lending is misused to just by more time. Now, those conditions often quite painful, they often require a cuts in spending increase in taxes often evaluation of the exchange rate, which makes imports more expensive. So none of that is very popular. The question is whether if the I'm wasn't there with the situation even worse and typically answer's yes. Well, it can't be the case that can only turn to the IMF for money or they're not other lenders. Yes. So what sort of different this time? If you like is there an array of other lenders that the Pakistani authorities have leaned on Saudi Arabia has given quite a lot of money and also allowed Pakistan to defer payments on oil, the United Arab Emirates has stepped in and also China, of course, and for while the government sought a could make do with these friends they wouldn't have to deal with the F as well. But the money came short, basically, fills about half the gap, and if I had to turn to the IMF the other half, and how likely is it then on this sort of twenty second go round as Pakistan to actually stick to what the suggests this time around. So it's somewhat unlikely. No one particular to cut Pakistan off, you know, it's a country. That's in a very unstable geopolitical region is the country that has also of its own internal instability issues country of two hundred million people with nuclear weapons, and you know, one of the friends had in the past. Although friend is a strong word is the United States, which has provided an awful lot to economic and military assistance, and so often in previous deals with the F the IMF requested things that Pakistan has then vodka reluctantly partially agreed to and typically the IMF, let's it off at issues waiver said it says the conditions that we attached alone have been waived, and that's become a sort of a game that gets played between the two sides. Now, this is a new government. It's got a good team in place. Good economic team in place. They have their own reputations at stake. So this probably a higher probability this time that in previous occasion. But I'd be surprised if every item in this agreement gets into, but Pakistan doesn't see the IMF as a sort of lender of last resort just lender wondering the degree to which its existence, and this, you know, giving the money, and you can take the advice if you like kind of practice disincentivize is good fiscal discipline. So the IMF often finds itself in a difficult position. It doesn't want to be held responsible for triggering a crisis. It doesn't want to finally cut a country often send it into the abyss won't come think of other examples like Argentina where the became heavily invested in the success of its program and ended up throwing good money after bad an impact fans case it often turns a blind eye to foot-dragging by the authorities or only partial implementation of the conditions. The IMF has asked for besides because it doesn't want to create instability and cause trouble. And you're right. That does create. Inevitable physical game between the two sides. And we'll see how that plays out again with this latest land Buxton? Thank you very much Simon. Thank you very much. My pleasure.
Matt Barnes: trade rumors are a 'monster'
"Forget the trade rumors of crate monster. Okay. You're on a team or this happened. You guys got off a plane. No, we had a crazy situation when I was with the clippers. I wanna say it was two thousand fourteen and we were flying to Memphis. The day of the trade deadline won't say we sat on the runway for over two and a half hours while we're on Twitter at the time Antoine. Jamison got traded Byron Mullins got. So these guys are getting off the plane on LAX runway because they had been traded in the final trae that was supposed to go down with myself and Darren collison for Iman Shumpert in Raymond Felton. So we're sitting there just uncomfortable. Awkward the whole plane of silent. Everyone's kind on their phones. Like bumping each. I like, oh, David Thuan. Just got traded. Molly got traded. Oh, damn. They're talking about you. And you and call us in our. Are gonna get traded to the Knicks. So for people to say that, you know, they're professionals you just need to wait until you're in that situation. You never know how you're gonna react. And I want to say I was probably twenty nine or thirty at the time maybe a little bit older. And it still shook me, you know, what I mean? So these kids are in their early twenties playing for the Lakers playing with LeBron. So it's hard to really say, you're should be a pro and that shouldn't affect you. Because it's not true. Matt who were you upset with owner team player? Coach who will dock was everything at the time. You know, that's back when doc was GM. Right. President and head coach you know, what I mean? So it's a tough situation than after the fact doctrine pulled aside once we got Memphis and explain the situation, I wasn't buying it. You know what I mean? Like, you take it personal as a player you said because it's more than just you leaving and putting on a different uniform. I have kids I have a family. I got to go to a city auto possibly want to go to. So a lot plays into that. I mean who would want to go from L A to New Orleans, you know, with all due respect. But just who would you know what I mean? So a lot really comes into that. So like I said they're going to have to deal with this for a while. In hopefully, he can get these guys back on the same page and believing because him and his agent and magic really shook the cage. And now you've got a bunch of young guys kind of not really sure of
Muslim inmate executed after state denies request for iman present
"A man convicted of rape and murder was put to death last night in Alabama. The death row inmate was Muslim and his lawyers had appealed to the US supreme court to allow the prisoners imam to be by side during the lethal injection process. NPR's Matthew Schwartz says the high court rejected that contention that the state was violating his constitutional rights when it offered to allow a Christian chaplain to be in the execution chamber. Dominic gray was scheduled to be put to death Thursday night for the nine hundred ninety five rape and murder of a fifteen year old girl Ray, a Muslim wanted his imam by his side at the moment of death. But the prison warden rejected that request saying that will raise a mom could be in the witness room. It might compromise security to let them into the execution chamber a federal court on Wednesday said Alabama was likely violating the first amendment by preferring one religion over another. But I'm Thursday night by a vote of five to four. The supreme court said Ray could be executed the majority. Said Ray had waited too long to object in her dissent. Justice Elena Kagan wrote that raise religious rights might be violated at the moment. The state puts him to death that moment came hours later by lethal injection.
Nick Iman Shumpert, Otto Porter JR And Tobias Harris discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Minutes. NBA trade deadline is at three o'clock. Some things already getting done Tobias Harris goes from the clippers to the Sixers kings. Justin Jackson and Zach Randolph to the Mavericks for Harrison Barnes rockets. Cavs and kings, three team deal with former Nick Iman Shumpert on his way to Houston and the bulls acquired Otto porter jR, from the wizards for Bobby Portis in
"iman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Mccain Iman is talking to me in the home. She shares with her husband only four of their six children to their spouses and two grandchildren. She explains what she does went in Israeli military operation is beginning. Will issue? I the first thing we do is leave the radio on then we begin thinking of the things we need in case of war stars. We get some basic necessities. Flour cooking gas. I try to keep all of my children and their children around me. Absorbing their fear. So they are feeling safe where do you go to take shelter? AM Malaysia has been shelter. There are no shelters and Cuza. We try to remove the windows, or at least to open them up a bit. So if a massive explosion of cars, we wouldn't have all the glass falling on us. We tried to gather in a safe peace in case. Something happens letting rubble coming down you are dead. Wherever you go in cancer. There's no escape. Chases after you. I've talked to Israel lease on the other side of the fence who lived a short distance geographically from where you are now. And they believe that you're in this position because of HAMAs and it stance on Israel that that is the the source of your difficulties. No, we are not the cause of the crisis. Nor are any political factions HAMAs was a resistance group before taking control and they had to protect the area. Gaza is not supposed to be occupied. But the Israelis are keeping us in a prison. We're not independent, they are controlling everything. Just like I wish from my family to be happy. I also wish the Israelis wouldn't have to be scared for their children's safety. I wish we could live as neighbors and to live normally not just side by side, but has one people even other. That was the BBC's Michelle Hussein in Gaza, speaking to families on two sides of the divide there rounding off a year, which has seen tension violence and continuing trouble, particularly along the perimeter fence. Newsday. We're hearing from Matthew Kenyon and a team in Qatar about four years. The Kabul Cup is going on at the moment in the United Arab Emirates four years today in catcher it will be the World Cup final. Obviously things have been shifted because of the extreme temperature forty five degrees or so at the normal time of June, July. So it is going to be November December and our correspondent Richard Conway is in Doha today. We heard from a little earlier on the program looking at what kind of tournament it's going to be. I think different is the one word summer. Yeah. I think our messages to start getting your head around. The fact that the World Cup is going to be in winter now years to get back to because otherwise it's going to question is how I'm going to manage to cover the World Cup and do the Christmas shopping that could be an probably present abused as you're going to be doing and just. Likud rich people's problems. You're absolutely right. Absolutely. Yes. It's not my major concern..
New York State plans to install anti-terrorism facial recognition technology
"And what they did a console many dolls for females in aviation After the news BBC's Hello I'm Garris follow the former Pakistani cricket star Imran Khan has declared victory in the general election amid accusations of vote-rigging by rivals in a live. Television address Mr. Khan said his party was successful and had been. Given a mandate he also promised that his government's will be the first that will not carry out. Any political victimization Sarah, Pakistan unitl I stay. Or Pakistan to unite I want to make clear that any of our opponents people who voted against us I think the kind of personal attacks that I faced no one has ever faced and before I have forgotten. All of this and Pretoria. This behind me this is not about me this is about my country partial, results indicate Mr. Khan's party will emerge as the single, largest impediment succumbed commodity is in Islam about supporters and journalists have been gathering outside Iman cons house on the. Outskirts of Islamabad off to delays in the counting of the votes results, are, still coming in there. Seems to be a consensus. That. His party have secured the most seats they're likely to fall just short of an outright majority but analysts say they should easily be able to form a government. By allying with independent candidates or smaller parties the PM then party. Which has been power for the past five years however has rejected the results human rights groups had Raised. Concerns about the build up to the polls amidst allegations Pakistan's powerful military we're trying. To fix the result in favor of Mr. Khan's party both he and the army. Have dismissed those claims Mr. Kearney's seen by many voters as a break, from the dynastic politics that. Is dominated the country for, decades a government minister. Increase says one of the country's worst won't find disasters was exacerbated by residents in the hardest hit community Panos commandos the defense minister told the BBC people in the resort of Marty had built unlicensed properties near wooded. Areas thus blocking their own. Escape routes Mr. commandos insisted the Greek defence forces acted promptly in difficult weather, conditions the man seen as Iran's key military commander in, Syria Iraq and given has issued a strong threat to President Trump not Twitter Iran in a speech Qasim Sulamani. Who's head of the coots force told Mr. Trump that if he started, a, war Iran would finish. It Sebastian OSHA reports Wants a. Figure of the shadows exerting a near mythic influence Iranian military engagements around the world Qassam Suleimani has increasingly come out. Into the open in the past few years pictures of a grizzled commander smiling on various frontlines of popped up. Regularly some Photoshop others genuine, now he's been quoted on Iranian television channeling inflammatory rhetoric at the US president in response to Mr. Trump's. Own recent tweet warning in block capitals but Iran will suffer untold consequences if its leaders threaten America again, well with news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York at nine oh four good morning I'm. Kerry Nolan New York state is installing facial recognition software, to catch criminals at the city's bridges and tunnels WNYC Zoe, as ULA has, more at a press conference governor Cuomo painted a picture of a world where facial recognition technology guarded the city at its airports bridges, and, tunnels keeping Track of those who, enter an exit he claimed facial recognition tack is. The future of anti-terrorism security privacy and activist, groups disagree executive director, of, NYC l. you Donna Lieberman says. The tech sometimes gets faces wrong can receive tend to be in the area. Of young people old people, women people of color so you're talking about. Like lots, of, vulnerable. Populations the MTA says so far it's. Just a pilot and no data's being shared with law enforcement adding our priority is balancing public safety with, civil liberties New Jersey's attorney general. Is responding after two local radio. Hosts, made racist and xenophobic comments about him on air Gooby or gray wall. Tweeted, his. Name this. Morning and added. Quote I'm the sixty first attorney general of New Jersey I'm a Sikh American I have three. Daughters, and yesterday I told them to turn off the, Radio New jersey one zero one point five hosts Dennis Malloy and Judi Franco said they couldn't recall gray walls name, yesterday And referred to, him as quote turban man and quote the guy with a turban. The station says both have been taken off the air. Until further notice a post office in Chinatown will soon get a name change to honor late suffragette and local community organizer President Trump signed a Bill into law renaming the door. Your street building the Mabel Lee memorial post office. Lee who died in. Nineteen sixty six was the first Chinese woman to receive a PHD from Columbia, University she was well. Known for organizing classes for Chinatown's residents congresswoman Nydia Velazquez sponsored the bipartisan Bill this is WNYC Hello and welcome to NewsHour from the BBC World Service coming.
"iman" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Told me of morning everybody is dj envy angela ye shall i mean guy we are the breakfast club good morning nafee just join us we're talking threesomes this morning this conversation comes from kiana taylor iman shumpert will earn a show early and this is what they said some girls was like okay he can't have intercourse with the other woman oh yeah i'm not going that goes without saying no no i'm not going down without oh is he gets to the point he goes.
"iman" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"So you said iman shumpert was derrick rose who were the other chicago to it's you iman myself mind samper der grows shrank couns the year ahead of me he did a couple of years lee obviously john shirish year ahead of me but my senior year high school is myself and derrick rose like i guess i top two a state or whatever and then emails year younger and so how good would i mean obviously we saw how good he wasn't college and then you know i mean he's had such talk about a career that like you never would've predicted the left's right turns in these damned injuries but when he was in high school you're all american you're one of the best what what do you remember about derrick rose seventeen eighteen man just how natural i just town till you was athletic you know what i'm saying so you saw skill but the most important thing every big moment every big like stage he always rose up to it you know what i'm saying it was crazy it's like a superhero okeyo comes into town number one country he beats in front of everybody in chicago you know what i'm saying you know he wasn't his journey year he did those crazy windmill down to the united center probably miss one shot he's hannah thirty points and stuff but he he just always put on on the big stage by saying and then you know you just do talented there's nothing like around i didn't think so and the career yet he was going into didn't shock me she's just kind of wait for the world to see what we're seeing in chicago you know what i'm saying is that that time you're so humble and so so like below.
"iman" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"I like different things for share you grew up in chicago i grew up on the west side chicago adam pulaski i went to saint joe's high school thomas went the who drains movie and people with the middle school iman shumpert we were to start him back or back in the day so i grew up around there during a jordan era you know fell in love with the game and you know music on other stuff on their fund size so you're jordan guy you ever sure absolutely it's all ever avenue guy i get i understand it i mean that's easy choice because i'm a new york and like like jordan i wasn't fucking with jordan basketball you grew up with iman shumpert so in that time west side of chicago chicago's notoriously year after year going back to the mark aguire terry cummings doc rivers zeya thomas i'm tim hardaway on lay great been wilson i mean and i'm sure bunch of do that was liberty auto dudes that didn't make it of course that were nice why is there so many ball players come in shock because you guys are continuing my new york basketball like we're having a resurgence donovan mitchell but he's a little bit outskirts in york but he represents a think this me personally since i was a kid like all i knew which is basketball you know what i'm saying like i grew up during a jordan era and i was just like what we did like i was like three or four and i just knew i suppose to who pops told me i was going to be a basketball star so so funny like when i left like when i left chicago into the ohio state and everybody's going crazy before balls i don't i don't watch football we play passed ball plays anything besides basketball just what you did and the alley that's the only thing i knew i never thought about baseball and they were thought about football.
"iman" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Got checked all those or i checked every folder that recently opened and use the search feature because he can search for a folder by name liking search for file by name and just see look in the trash can because it's very easy by the way to accident we hit the delete key they're gone you know it also could be a bug it could be a failing hard drive and iman even be mao wear depends what it is it's just hard for me from remote to tell what happened second time this is the first time i thought it was me just like you said i thought dragged it or deleted it you know by myself but then when it happened again yesterday so wait a minute and i will share bill that forcedly i did back everything up good i didn't lose it good man yeah peace of mind right so some our will do this so the first thing of course to type hit the hit the windows type commands emt open command line and type m s let's see microsoft s f t i think microsoft scanner and run that and look for mauer that's a good idea or if you've got you know go to antivirus dot com and scan it online and make sure you don't have malware holistic kazan is that is a symptom of some our hate to be that guy though because you know a long time you you ask tech for some you know something's going on and they just default answers oh you got a bug so i don't know if that's it i you're not the first person to call with this issue so it could be there is a problem that we don't know about in windows you know but it's not very common looking on the microsoft's site somebody complaining about this and disappearing files to you look when you look in the recent files do you see that file.
"iman" Discussed on Road Trippin' with RJ and Channing
"Uh you gone uae eminem ludicrous uh lila love iit's say everett dan lubrense young worldwide radford scenes there i know that one for the whole allowed to listen to evidence of your town that wiped away that why boy there he can light what did you think i've never her semi rhyme one word seventeen different times of white male nears unbelievable he'll flip any word mega run off and he was actually the first one to start the sing thing emily a decent too so he may fifty cents saint like y'all know if you remember were eminem used to sing bad knowing he can't saying instead of getting a featured artists because it kinda made you feel it more i felt he just had a song there is even really i uh thank rhythms of thanks this will be an important i i used to win poetry slim uh i've won a poetry contests you'll 100 said we do we try to iron i actually we are now definitely not check the check the stats i definitely one one time are you serious some here's my mom was huge left brain artists artistic over trade and i got this i i just don't like going there i get to emotional i don't like being that emotions to of the deaths old so crazy thing about this right yeah people always as it was od ecu and for the longest i didn't even know zodiac i was i thought i was a gemena you're but i'm actually passed the cut for the 19th and i'm a cancer right cancers are uh disposed to be sensitive via sensitive to energy yeah uh so for the longest when people say you're emotional yeah and your sensitive iman show.
"iman" Discussed on Road Trippin' with RJ and Channing
"Oh a little roku reserve bureau uber murray that would have been there is no way i'm not a boomerang guy well this edition of roadtripping richard verses channing again for those who may be are just getting on board it is our relaunch richard versus chanting i'm your host out of clifton and um channing you right across from me graf on the ones induce what's up in for the first time making his debut on retrofit it is the one and only iman shumpert uh uh who is slow i read it up or we will rue are you really alike the shirts in the logo now we got free short grundell he got their carts own with rj we don't have those we just got the out here for the is jake though i like i didn't realize how much to take taken all it's taken out how much more recording credited not just created isoed is the thing that you guys did it all awesome at this this winter where was that um actual marches you guys did that hit the bar include count towel now was like also modern relies did someone gina air apartment and they had just come from it or something after it all year somebody's i i elevator news is i yeah disc while he was like shit face at that point i may i say who are brokers it was like it about it was awesome might just to see the energy akheri you understand because you have made it very well known on through your hard work in stuff that you're not just a pro basketball player on until you understand how much work goes into things that you actually are passionate about and enjoy a and i think it's something that this podcast um after we saw it kinda take a a toll of its own last season it's a humanising affect our listeners and so we just like you said that one day it was actually extreme silva age is now a year where everybody everybody says don't just be a basketball player and then when you do that do like what are you doing just boubous wellplayed but you got to do it in the woodley no.
"iman" Discussed on Rebuild
"Last game emma's each at that tandy peter schnitt kitchen ah salon owner mudslides hutu notes law won't unstuck although you on june lines across all mobutu succo snuka modern the capital to the tibula won't hunnicutt on it has a muslim chazal was on what you do northwoodedu golden one or the gave me a duck it up on it upper a tv got sky take a shelter do polckia will call not cohen located by economically psychotic cody oscar them moon there were there were by this autumn ability recliner down nine moons on the more formal saw than a heckler though he got a guy in i decide on august amoco she'd up but at the somewhat that scott than it at a done that they don't have an epic in the moslem cost thus kohatsu namaliu the gaza little formula old justin uh sound like yesterday in the middle of a non call ghana's locals wiggled or saw knuckle solar the garden muslim loan all the took to nongatt madani to guide them will tunnel model multiple look at all so noticeable good when i took a like our mike got through consultational saw iman let's not at the mall diver tucker asia saw their biennial though on there some leg rent a tune in seoul not agree with dole know all muslims will go to kozel so he can ideal ninety due tons a new momentum ability buick hightide dokic do now mm soul not fool not alone tony tuna also goes wrong it up a social iteens diego he by carlo cut dashed otaca so yup languished in waymo santa lucia stated in a democratic when i get all soon so then i almadina nato the extent amazon's guy william katie meeting that that up its anita hookah argue today phone though now total cost journal amazon not haya tv not that a xinhua i'm happy side i gave mother tonight it'll so they would or could you could over there you won't gauge dearly supporters to the quota muscle what else how chanthanasinh justify debatable cutino snap otp mm dole blue go this i am will.
"iman" Discussed on Slacking Ambition
"All righty slackers that's gonna wrap it up for this week big thanks to iman dairy for being on the show for having the courage to come on and share her story and her ambitions really do appreciate it look forward to hearing about all the successes that she's going to have in the future slackers if you like this show please aleve a rating in review an iteens please share it on social media please donate through slacking ambitiona comforts patriotic on earth and slurred slip worthless donated hosted by patriarch but uh 25 cents an episode is all i ask but really just whatever you feel is fair is all appreciated and all of it 100 percent is put back into this show everything iron is put back into the show to help it grow and to succeed so i really do appreciate any way that you can help out uh but also if you want to join the facebook group guda vaas lacking ambition narcan forward slash facebook and you can join up i we all hang out there but once again slackers really do appreciate julia appreciate all of you and i look forward to hearing more from listeners like him on out there listening right now who are uh working towards their goals to stop slacking and start achieving and have you on also to share your story and so let me know uh slackers at what you're doing and um why it should be on i think it would be a great uh episode uh format to keep polishing and doing as we continue to move forward so.