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Goldman Sachs CEO slaps down 'aberration' of remote work
"All in one. Well. Many companies, especially tech firms are planning to make remote work permanent. Goldman Sachs. Once people back in the office CEO David Solomon considers all virtual connection and aberration that interferes with proper collaboration that innovation, especially at the intern and apprenticeship level during a Credit Suisse Virtual Financial Services forum, Solomon
Tiger Woods hospitalized after rollover crash
"For serious injuries following a rollover crash intern SUV and a steep two lane road in a Los Angeles suburb this morning, Sheriff Alex Villanueva said at an afternoon news conference. Impairment did not appear to be a factor in the vehicle rollover involving Tiger Woods Tuesday morning in suburban Los Angeles. They did not see any evidence. Of impairment, anything, that of concern obviously, the life setting majors they had to be taken. For the occupant of the vehicle, Villanueva said. The vehicle appeared to be traveling at a high speed and no skid marks. No breaking so apparently the first contact was with the center median. Woods was extricated from the vehicle and taken by ambulance to an area hospital in serious condition. Woods agent and authority said he underwent surgery for leg injury sustained in the crash. I Mike Rossia, Woods has had two of the crashes in recent years. He's also been recovering from his fifth back surgery, which was just before Christmas. Grand
interview with Jessica Lessin
"Jessica thank you for joining me and welcome to skin from the couch. Thanks for having me carly. I love listening to this podcast. So i'm thrilled to be here. I was saying just as you got kinda miked up. Its feels very weird to be on the other side of interviewing journalists like you but we're going to jump into it which is first question. I'm a standard question. Skim your resume. I wanted to be a reporter For as long as i can remember and had a series of internships starting in high school at my local newspaper where i wrote about why there were so many nail salons and how they could all stay in business so didn't really have a sense of supply and demand back then but was interested in in poking my nose around i then interned at the associated press the boston globe and the wall street journal and clung to that internship so that they would not let me leave the building and convince them to hire me so i worked as a tech reporter at the journal for eight years covering everything from the rise of online video to apple to google yahoo the rise of the internet. If you will that be took me out to san francisco and then after eight years at the journal i loved covering the tech industry and it seemed to me. That tac was disrupting news in very very fundamental ways most significantly. It was getting publishers obsessed with online advertising and traffic in a way that i felt was really lowering. The quality of news content and so i launched the information as a subscription business to swing back to quality over quantity and i guess seven years in We have one of the largest newsrooms of tech reporters around the world in her breaking major stories every day. We're going to dig into so much of that. But i'm curious. What would people be surprised to learn about you. I think probably many many things. But probably that i never ever ever thought i was going to start a company i actually remember grousing to my husband. You know maybe a decade ago. Why is everyone leaving. Big company jobs to start a company in the world be better if they were adding their talents and energies sort of into the traditional system. So i i. I think even wrote a story at the journal about like you know. There are too many entrepreneurs or something to that vein but you know lo and behold eventually you catch the edge and i think the world is just made starting a company so i was gonna say appealing but as you know carly times is quite tough Be anything appealing but it just felt like there was a huge opportunity and i went for it but it was quite a swing from sort of being very down on entrepreneurship to becoming one. You mentioned in your skin of your bio that you began your journalism career at a young age and went onto the crimson while. You're harvard We're able to turn internship into a job at the journal. I think that the one of the most popular questions that we get asked. How do i turn my internship into the full-time. What is your advice on how to do that. Don't leave the buildings that was really my advice and so i kind of lucked out. Because i was working on this big project. It was on the salary data that the government was putting out it a once in every year report about what was having to wages across a huge number of jobs and i had planned a really big feature with my editor on this and they push back the release date and so i said i i got it right this story you know you don't wanna miss this big feature in the journal you had an approval process for big features in the had been approved and all of that and so you know my internship was supposed to be up august whatever. The data was coming out first week in september and i just sort of made the case to literally extend my security badge access
Welcome to Shondaland
"Tonight. We're talking about shonda rhimes. Who is like she's a total boss. Queen television absolutely all right so first. We'll talk a little bit about shonda. So shonda rhimes was born in chicago. Illinois in january nineteen seventy. She was the youngest of six children. Her mother vero was a college professor and her father. Eilly was a university administrator. And she'd said that she exhibited an early affinity for storytelling early on in her life. She attended marin catholic high school and served as a hospital volunteer which inspired an interest in hospital environments. She majored in english. And film studies at dartmouth college and she graduated in nineteen ninety-one at dartmouth the black underground theatre association. She divided her time between directing and performing in student productions and also writing fiction and after college. She moved to san francisco and worked in advertising but she moved to los angeles a little bit after that to stubby screening at the university of southern california. She was ranked top of her class at usc. And she earned the gary rosenberg writing fellowship. She obtained a master of fine arts degree from the. Us's school of cinematic arts. And while at usc rimes was hired as an intern by debra martin chase who was prominent black producer she also worked at denzel washington's company monday entertainment so after she graduated rimes was actually an unemployed script writer in hollywood and to make ends meet. She worked various jobs including as an office administrator. And then a counselor at a job center during this period rhymes worked as a research director documentary. Hank aaron chasing the dream which won the nineteen ninety-five peabody award. One thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight rhymes made a short film called blossoms. Unveils which starred. Jada pinkett smith and jeffrey rate. This is actually only credit as a film director. So that's nineteen ninety eight short film blossoms unveils new line cinema purchased a feature. Script of hers It ended up not being produced at that time but she received an assignment shortly thereafter to co write the hbo movie introducing dorothy dandridge in nineteen ninety nine which earned numerous awards further star. Halle berry. get out. I didn't realize that she colorado so interesting. Oh wait till you hear the the plethora of things that she's worked on. Oh no after grad school rhymes sold her first screenplay called human seeking same about an older black woman looking for love in the personal ads. And that film wasn't produced. But you have heard of her next project in two thousand and one rhymes wrote the debut film of pop singer. Britney spears the starring zoe saldana and taryn. Manning crossroads everybody. I didn't know that she wrote that. Get out up saying. I feel like it's been really it was really panned by the next but maybe for them. Okay no sometimes. It's it's sometimes you just want a nice story about friendship road trimming going on a road trip and having a nice time and may be hitting up a karaoke joint. Heck yeah and singing. I love rock and roll. That's all i'm saying is that maybe it's for them. I think lauren has actually seen crossroads. I have felt you know. She wrote that and then the next thing that she worked on in two thousand four was the sequel to the princess. Diaries called the princess diaries. Two royal engagement. Get out. yeah. I didn't realize that she was so like a dummy. I just assumed like shonda rhimes right out. The gate was grey's anatomy but apparently she was introduced are obsolete reduce. So she's working on all these film things in two thousand three. She actually wrote her first tv pilot. Abc it was about young female war correspondents but the network. Turn it down. You know what they didn't turn down ask project. So here's where sean hillen comes in sean. Billion is the name of rhymes production company shine million and its logo also referred to the shows that she has produced an also to rimes herself. So when we say shaun d land. It's like interchangeably sean. And her production company. Yeah and like the. Because i do remember like i think it was. Abc or nbc. I forgot what what channel she's on but it was. They were like girl a sorry But it was like thursday nights. Is sean the land. Because it was like it was like back to back to back to back shadowland shows. We'll talk about that. You have a basically they. They tried to rebrand thursdays. Like tgi. T thank goodness thursday because that its native shot in the land. I mean people are gonna watch no matter what they didn't need to need hype it up so The name shawn lane was stylized as capital s shonda capital l. Land one word from two thousand five to two thousand sixteen but since two thousand sixteen is all stylize lower case everything is lower case. It's always very recognizable font so you might often see in print as actually all lower case letters.
Former Producer and Program Director at WJOX, Pat Smith, Reminisces About the Show's Infancy
"Pat is The program director. W j. o. x. and of course he He's part of the global system trouble. I'm as i've assisted. Pd in co host. Because our good friend ryan heins program. I i'm always thinking. I had but i apologize but i'm always trying to to do things that i'm not supposed to be doing but it's really good to have you those days. I wanna i wanna go back. Because i ended up moving to a station where you. I think you were an intern But it wasn't too long after that that that you became a producer on the program. And i'm gonna let you kind of tell the story of how all of that ended up to where we are. Now oh wow Kind of a cliff. Notes version Basically like you said you're at another radio station. I think your contract had had come up and and you had Looked elsewhere and i happened to be at a news. Talk station which the sports talk. Show followed rush limbaugh's program and all the sudden you showed up Along with bob walked me at the radio station on that On that fateful I think it was a friday night after had done a show and then Just so happens. You guys came on the air on monday. I happened to be at the right place at the right time. And i was finishing up school at uab. And and you know you. And i developed a quick relationship and and decided from that point in time to kind of try to take the show to the next level and a few years later were able to get syndicated throughout the state of alabama and then mayor obviously sirius xm and then ultimately espn and where you are today at the sec network so just very blessed to be part of it from day one. I want to go back to that moment. Where we were on the affiliate in we are on the station in birmingham. And and you really started thinking You know bigger picture. I i was. I was at the time doing local television. I was still riding a newspaper on. So i i wasn't that the forward thinking but You thought to show could go beyond that area and what was so interesting about it. Is that once. it did There were a lot of people that that thought. Your idea was was insane. Now you're right You know it's so hard and difficult to tell people about this. Because i remember paul when the fax machine became you know a prevalent thing and offices and i never forget when we started getting stuff backs to us like before you came to the radio station because typically you would either be at the newspaper finishing up a column ridgetop by tv station. Then he committed the radio show and people around the south east would be faxing us newspaper articles because we didn't have internet internet was not invented yet. And so it was fascinating for us to be able to to get information from outside of the state of alabama and so that kind of up some different topics that we could do on the show and the one that started thinking. Well you know what you know. People outside of birmingham. We're on a five. Thousand watt am radio station and more people need to hear this program because we're inundated by voicemails and people you know would communicate with us anyway. They could until it's how much they love the show and more and more of the show and so at the time was able to go to to management and and pitch the idea of potentially getting on a few stations in the state of alabama. And that just kind of steamrolled and for many many years we kept adding stations and at one point we had. I believe in the mid thirties before we got on sirius. Xm so it was just a it was a great time in radio and we were very fortunate to have the people that believed in us. Just like you believed in the idea. So it will. And i'm gonna come back to some of the early stories but but i think for i want you to comment on this. I'll never forget. I was in pasadena We're actually newport together for the rose bowl national championship game between alabama and texas. And because i think a an illness in your family with I think your wife's mother or something you weren't able to make the trip and called me out there and you told me that You had gotten a call from somebody at sirius. Xm and i really. I thought you were kidding Because they wanted to run the show as a regular in an in an afternoon time slot in. And i want you to go back to that moment because there was a buzz around our Our crew at the time. And we you know. We have a fairly big crew now because of television and radio. I don't know if even matches the number of people that you had working with that particular moment in time. Because they were they were producers. They were Exa- they were assistant producer. They're dedicated phone. Screeners that That had their own contracts. But i did but i mean would you would. You agree That was the moment that things really started to change. No there's no question about that. And i'm glad that you wanted me to tell about this out of the story because i thought you were going to publicly remained me again for putting you outside the rose bowl at a outside party music. Play okay No no i was. I got i gotta call the blue Someone that are not you know. Never heard of before and they just said you know we'd love to show We want to talk to you about this show going. You know. Nationwide siriusxm You guys be interested in that. And i are you kidding me absolutely and then i remember calling you in pasadena and said you'll never believe this phone call and of course a lot of times like you would whether i'd call you and say hey. We got this coach on today or we got this happening today or whatever the case may be you know you a would you know i can picture you rolling your eyes going. Yeah whatever you know but then it finally sunk in it. You know. Once i told you exactly the full conversation and i think at that point in time you realized that we had we had a bigger entity on our hands than we thought. We did back then
Fort Lauderdale Cracking Down With Spring Break Rules Amid Pandemic
"From from heading heading to to Fort Fort Lauderdale Lauderdale Beach Beach for for a a little little fun. fun. We We understand understand there's there's a a lot lot of of things things to to get get out out and and enjoy enjoy our our beautiful beautiful weather weather in in our our beautiful beautiful beach. beach. We're We're just just asking asking for for cooperation cooperation from from our our college college students. students. They They do do decide decide to to come come to to Fort Fort Lauderdale, Lauderdale, and and we're we're also also asking asking for for some some patients patients in in light light of of the the pandemic. pandemic. Intern, Intern, Police Police chief chief Frank Frank Sousa. Sousa. Former Former first first daughter, daughter, Ivanka Ivanka Trump Trump has has ruled ruled on on a a Senate Senate run run against against fellow fellow Republican Republican
College Students Are Still Heading To Fort Lauderdale Beach
"From heading to Fort Lauderdale Beach for a little fun. We understand there's a lot of things to get out and enjoy our beautiful weather in our beautiful beach. We're just asking for cooperation from our college students. They do decide to come to Fort Lauderdale, and we're also asking for some patients in light of the pandemic. Intern, Police chief Frank Sousa. Former first daughter, Ivanka Trump has ruled on a Senate run against fellow Republican
Texas Grid Failure Stirs Feud Between Cities and State
"Brutal winter. Storms swept through america this week killing more than thirty people. More snow is expected in the south and east. In the coming days electric grids were overwhelmed by surges in demand leaving millions without power and shivering amid dangerously. Low temperatures officials warned people not to bring grills or propane heaters indoors after a carbon monoxide poisoning. Killed at least two people hospitalized several others. The grid failures were most severe in texas which experienced widespread blackouts governor greg. Abbott spoke at a press conference yesterday. The fact is every source of power. The state of texas has access to has been compromised finger pointing and blame placing have already begun. Some republicans claim the state's reliance on renewable energy was the source of the problem. Charge shutdown down by white house. Press secretary jen psaki. Yesterday numerous reports have actually shown the contrary that it was failures in coal and natural gas that contributed to the states power shortages and officials at electric reliability council of texas which operates the state's power grid have gone so far as to say that failures and wind and solar where the least significant factors politics aside. The crisis has put a spotlight on weaknesses within america's infrastructure a particular concern as extreme weather events are on the rise this week. whole skylines. like dallas's went dark to conserve power. Alexandra sewage bass is a senior correspondent for the economist and is based in dallas. Texans were advised to stay indoors although some didn't really have a choice because they lost power and their homes. Were so cold that they brave the road to try and check into the few remaining hotels with rooms only to see hotels power as they arrived others put on every piece of skiwear they owned and tried to stay inside their homes. Hoping the heat and light would go on what we're supposed to be quote unquote rolling. Blackout were often long-lasting so we saw people lose power for hours. Thirty six hours sometimes longer at a peak this week we had four and a half million households in texas without power. So why the blackouts. What went wrong with electricity supply. This was really a perfect storm of failures. And i would point to three causes for the blackouts one is a failure of forecasting. Another is a equipment. Failure and a third is a failure a potential failure in the design of the market and not having enough capacity to meet demand. Let's take those intern. In what way was a failure of prediction. What we have seen this. Winter is a record call street and snowfall. We haven't seen it in about thirty years. Temperatures reached this low in texas and so urquhot which operates the grad knew that it was going to get cold a knew there was going to be snowfall but did not prepare. They thought they had enough capacity to meet the demand and they were off significantly. Some say they should have been better at forecasting. Because there had been allusions to the weakness of the grid in the past the summer say texas has seen brownouts before but never before has the state in recent history seen so much demand in the winter. And that's where cops forecasting really did the state poor and as for equipment failures. This was an interesting one at the very beginning. Republican politicians came out pointing fingers. I saying that. The showed the failure of green energy in america and renewables. Were to blame in fact. That's actually not the story at all. We now understand. Natural which accounts for about half of texas says energy supply when off line on the freezing cold temperatures caused natural gas plants to break down and so did the supply chain pipelines. It wasn't possible to operate in such freezing temperature. The cold also caused a reactor at one of the states to nuclear plants to go down wind turbines froze and it may be that transmission lines that help distribute electricity may have also iced analysts so it was really an across the board failure of equipment and you mentioned also the design of the energy market. I mean how. How does that figure in. Texas is energy market is really unique because of it independence that works well during good times where weather patterns are as predicted in difficult times where the grid is stressed. Other states are able to import power. An electricity from other states. Texas does not have that ability. Because it's not connected and so that independent is part of what caused issues this winter. The other feature of the market is that back in one thousand nine hundred nine. The legislature deregulated the power market to encourage competition and so while urquhot overseas the grid. We see some three hundred retail electricity providers by fuel on the wholesale market and then sell it to customers so customers have a lot of choice. It results in lower costs. Texas's are half the cost of electricity in say california but deregulation has also meant that the state and central authorities haven't required investments that might have helped combat some of the problems. We've seen emerge during this cold spell but this uniquely designed system does not seem to be designed flexibly yes. I think that this event has really put in stark relief the limitations of the system. And i think this event is going to lead to a political reckoning already. We've seen calls by the governor and bad house speaker to investigate. What's gone on with it. And i think they're going to be some proposed fixes. One big question is whether or not texas needs a capacity market and that basically axes an insurance product so if we see extreme temperatures there's more reserve capacity. The reality is that that would raise consumers electricity prices and so it's unclear whether or not consumers will ultimately want that and whether that's going to be the conclusion of this investigation but they're certainly going to be a lot of discussion about what fixes texas needs so that it's better prepared to withstand extreme weather events like this one you would imagine though that it's certainly after an event like this people wouldn't mind paying a bit more for their energy if it's insurance against this kind of disaster happening again. That may well be true. I think the key question to ask is how long lasting the lessons from this experience will be we saw after the polar vortex in two thousand fourteen. That hit the east coast. Pj m a regional. Transmission organization started making higher payments based on the reliability of service so that encourage providers to invest in their equipment to ensure performance during peak demand. We could imagine. Texas embracing a similar concept. It will depend on how politicized this event ends up being and whether politicians choose to draw incorrect conclusions about what caused this versus. what dead. But i think the hope of all texas customers is that there are real changes. That are made that help. Ensure the reliability of bread going forward. Because we're going to see more of these extreme weather events.
Rookies Lankinen, Kurashev lead Blackhawks past Red Wings
"Kevin Rankin posted his first NHL shutout and the black hawks improved to foreign versus the red wings this season with a two nothing win at Detroit like an intern back twenty nine shots in helping Chicago win its third in a row and sixth in its last seven rookie Filip Khrushchev put the hawks ahead with a pretty power play goal midway through the second period weaving through the wings defense before sliding the puck between Jonathan Bernier flags Alex DeBrincat sealed it with an empty netter Detroit was over three on the power play and it's gone ten straight games without scoring with the man advantage I'm Dave very
The Hustle Culture Debate Rages Once Again on Esports Twitter
"So this topic came up a lot over the weekend on e-sports Twitter as dignitas posted a new unpaid internship the job effectively from the description looked almost like a taxi where the internet be required to drive around La and connect with players or staff members. Now, there's of course more to the role than that, but that sparked a debate that has happened plenty of these Sports. And so I thought I'd cover it here should be forced to not make a scent in their first year or two or more in this industry or is that just kind of the price of doing business in Esports? And it was your first say this probably isn't unique entirely too easy. It's internships are fairly common across a lot of Industries. But in the last few years, there's been a push for companies to make these paid opportunities. One reason, why is that unpaid internships are more feasible for people who come from families and due to financial ties with racist systems that makes it harder to bring diversity into companies or Industries where unpaid internships are common. I saw this firsthand. I did make a living wage my first year out of college with a degree. I was looking up to be able to move back in with my parents and not pay rent while I figured it out many of my colleagues from school didn't have that luxury unpaid internships create a barriers to entry for Esports with long-term damaging implications, but on the flip side to this in East words twenty years of History. The scene is never made money Publishers do and many individuals have but the issue is completely backed on the organization Side by Venture Capital Money That's to say e Sports organizations do not have a large pool of profits to pull from so when everything's like this come up inevitably some people But in the space for ten plus years bring up the time when almost nobody was being paid and it's a valid point. This is an industry built on passion. In some sacrifice is still a necessity to work in Esports. But ultimately VC funds have gone insane in the last few years compared to a fledgling industry in 2010 Esports just isn't in the same place wage. Well, unpaid internships may feel like a necessity for where Esports revenues are right now. They're still think we all need to work to get rid of to make this space better for everyone if someone started their own company. Yeah, they'll need to grind it off for no wages, but that's the risk. They took for the company and they have the benefit to show for it. They own the company and internship is a different situation and interns need to be compensated for the growth of this industry at large.
Riley Arthur shares journalism and publishing tips
"This schmear young. And i'm joined by my co host. Who's dealing with the frigid. Fifty degree weather in florida right now. Skip cohen own. Showing you get not. I mean it's hysterical. Because it's the way we dress down here like today. I've got on shorts flip flops and a flannel shirt that makes no sense and if the fashion police came by most of us would be arrested. So that is. Let's get into today's program because you end. Our guest are both hanging out in a very cold place in the country right now when it's perfectly appropriate to do a hot podcast. How's that that sounds great because it is twelve degrees right now. Right things that. I'll i'll do my best not complain about having to put the top up. Okay hey seriously. Riley joins us today and she is a testimonial to a combination of the grapevine and social media. And here's the fun aspect of how i got to know riley. A good buddy of mine in boston sent me an. I am and a link to her work and said hey you need to go talk to her so a phone call later. That opened the door to this michigan based documentary photographer. She's an art director. She's an accomplished author. She's a big believer especially in themed projects like her diners of new york. Which is a a personal favourite of hers. And i happen to love the just to if you've lived in the new jersey new york area. Then you know that diners are just an incredible Concept she's a national geographic explorer. She's a fulbright fellow and her work has been published in numerous magazines and is in the permanent collections of seven. Different museums nine. Oh there's probably nothing. Riley can't photograph but as a journalist. What i love most about her work is. it's just about the simplicity of life And sometimes obviously more complex than a complex and less simple in any event riley. If i haven't screwed up something in technology here welcome to the mind. Your own business podcast. Thanks for having me well. It's good to have you here and i really am. I'm outnumbered today. Because i'm always complaining about the weather or or making shamir aware that she's in the coldest place in the country right now and now. The two of you can share that misery law like complaint. It's nice to have some company. Let me tell you and and riley. I'm so excited to chat with you because it sounds like you've had a very interesting journey. And we were kind of chatting in the pre interview chat and it was interesting to learn that you are not originally from michigan. But from the lemme say this right. American samoa correct yes. Correct soren and raised. That's somehow you ended up here in michigan. Where we're just happy to be in the double digits today and so kind of. Let's kick things off by having you kind of tell us about your background. how you ended up doing what you're doing today and just how you got here well since you mentioned where i was Warren raised american saw. I think that would be a great place to start off so you guys might know. American simul from a number of things like you know american football players to you know a variety of other cultural touch points. But you know the first person to make american samoa on the mainstream was the anthropologist margaret mead and some of her photographs and writings about american samoa. so you know and Independent som- so you know. When i was young american sama as i told you earlier is the third wettest is place in the world gets a tremendous amount of rain and one of the things that happens is that mold grows on just about anything including photographs and vhs tapes. You know back when there while people are using those so we had a you know a a system where we would take photographs When our film was ready would send it off to get you know in the mail to get back in the day and we get our photographs back. My mom would fill a photo album and then she sent it off to our grandparents the store because if we kept them on island they would mold in a number of years. We'd have no relics of our family. History so i became kind of fascinated by sort of documenting a place in time and the fact that where we were from. We couldn't really keep our photographs if we wanted them to actually survive more than say three years so that sort of drive to document is really becoming a leading charge in fascination with documenting things and being sort of for that picks niche interests. That might be sort of going away. So that's sort of a long answer to your question How i got started in my career was. I had my senior thesis in my undergraduate degree. I interned at the oregon shakespeare festival as a theatre photographer
The Freedom To Be You
"Now. The topic i wanted to discuss in this podcast. Episode is the topic regarding the freedom to be you and this actually comes from the last four to five weeks in the podcast community. We've been talking about this weekly. And it all started with a discussion around the concept of branding so when i graduated from college i my first job. I interned at a company doing marketing. And then what am i first. Jobs was at an advertising agency. And i learned a lot while working at the advertising agency regarding marketing regarding branding and this specific agency that i worked for was known for coming up with the brand of what happens. Here stays here for the city of las vegas. That was one of our a. Customers at the advertising agency was the city of las vegas or the the It's actually the city. But they're they're ministry of tourism. Or whatever the acronyms for the entity responsible for getting people to visit las vegas so they had the agency had come up with this branding campaign. That what happens here stays here and I'm sure many of you have heard about this. It's it's a very popular Brand for the for las vegas. So branding is a very important aspect of marketing. But it's not necessarily the same thing as marketing. Marketing is what you want your customers to do for example in advertisement that convinces them to call your phone number to hire you for Air conditioning repair or whatever. It is but branding is something a little bit. Different brandon is everything that you do to evoke a certain feeling from your customer. So that when they think about your company they have a certain feeling and many large brands focus heavily on being consistent with their branding. Apple has a certain. Feel a bmw. Audi ford radio. Any major brand has a brandt. has what's called branding. And all of their marketing revolves around the brandon and it starts with something as simple as their mission statement so think of brandon as what a company wants you to feel about them and marketing is more what a company wants you to do and because i spent so much time at an advertising agency and learning the ins and outs of marketing. And the ins and outs of branding I started to think more recently about how we as individuals actually do the same thing. We have the story that we have about ourselves and then everything that we do when we interact with others revolves around maintaining the brand that we want them to associate with us and as silly as that sounds. I think it's very real right. You may have a story about you. Which is i am an intellectual person and look at me. How i read so when i post a picture on social media of hey check out this book that i'm reading and that's all part of my subconscious branding effort to make sure that you know that i am a person who reads therefore i'm a person who intellectual or things or things like that The clothing that we wear the way that we do our hair the Type of vehicles that we drive the sports and hobbies that we participate in. All of these things are involved with our personal brand. And i think it's important to understand this not because we're necessarily trying to eliminate our stories or to eliminate are brandon but our effort is to understand ourselves. Why does this you know when someone does or says something. Why does it affect me this way. Oh because it's inconsistent with the branding. That i have about myself that i want them to perceive about me. Now i've encountered this firsthand in my own practice with When i was going through my transition faith and i had this story about myself. Which is that. I am a good person. I do good things. I i'm not the type of person who's Going to intentionally do wrong Or i guess in its broadest sense. I'm not a bad guy. I'm not a bad person and i. I liked to be known as someone who's nice and friendly and who does the right thing. That was part of my personal brand. Or i guess is part of my personal brand
New Jersey Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick will lie in honor at US Capitol in Washington, DC
"And New Jersey native killed during the siege of the capital this month will lie in honor in the building's rotunda. This coming week We get more from AP correspondent Jackie Quinn congressional leaders wanted to honor Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick issuing a statement. They're united in grief, gratitude and solemn appreciation for his service and sacrifice. The 42 year old Air National Guard veteran was killed at the hands of the mob that breached the capital, January. 6th trying to disrupt election certification, Congress will hold a ceremonial arrival service for sick Nick's body Tuesday night with an overnight viewing for members of the Capitol Police force that lawmakers will pay tribute Wednesday morning before a departure to Arlington National Cemetery. Where sick Nick will be interned. Jackie Quinn, Washington
Capitol Police officer to lie in honor in US Capitol Rotunda, Washington DC
"S. Capitol police officer in New Jersey native killed during the siege at the Capitol this month. Will lie in honor in the building's rotunda this coming week. AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports. Congressional leaders wanted to honor Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick issuing a statement. They're united in grief, gratitude and solemn appreciation for his service and sacrifice. The 42 year old Air National Guard veteran was killed at the hands of the mob that breached the capital, January 6th Trying to disrupt election certification. Congress will hold a ceremonial arrival service for sick Nick's body Tuesday night with an overnight viewing for members of the Capitol Police force that lawmakers will pay tribute Wednesday morning before a departure to Arlington National Cemetery where sick Nick will be interned.
Why Todays Career Changers with Service Skills Can Find Opportunities Working in Tech
"What are some of the biggest tectonic shifts in the jobs landscape during those past two decades. Where are the opportunities for people now. Just starting to get into tech for twenty twenty one will over the next. Let's say ten years twenty twenty two twenty thirty. There's much faster than average growth expected for. It jobs overall in some of the greatest growth areas are still in the self development cyber security analyst spectrum girl by twenty eight percent over those ten years it support. Thirteen percent sa- last year in twenty twenty there were over eighty two thousand job postings for. It support specialists the number of job postings for it support specialist actually grew by a greater percentage when compared to software developers for example from twenty ten to twenty twenty it support. Specialist job ed's grew by one hundred twenty four percent a lot and compared to software developers. They still grew a lot to quite significantly They grew ninety eight percent ola to period but that was ninety eight percent for software developers versus hundred twenty four percent for support. Are any of those jobs. You think it'd be working from home in the newmarket is most of. It staff guam back into the office. Before i didn't even notice burning glass with track remote work at home opportunities at all in the job ads. And now i noticed they're always tracking it and we're always publicizing those type of numbers. So is that like a new phenomenon. Cova are we really tracking those numbers. Well we started looking at a few years ago and burning glaze his his at data going back to two thousand ten so we saw it trending up a little bit in prior years for example in twenty ten five percent of all. It job postings cited that either remote or work from home compared to last year in twenty twenty jumped to twenty two percent but it was already trending up like grow by one percent from twenty ten twenty seventeen two thousand eighteen eight percent of it. Job postings were remote work from home twenty nineteen there is a pretty big jump even from two thousand eighteen to twenty nineteen to fifteen percent but it was a significant drone from twenty nineteen at twenty twenty. After the pandemic i started it went from fifteen percent to twenty two percent so pretty considerable portion of it job types being worked from home or remote and from member bowls that we've run looks like the majority are considering even going forward still more employees to work remotely. I think that's fairly significant. If more than one out of every five. It jobs a rope from home right now. That's it the the ones being advertised. I should clarify that. Not just the ones in the market but also the ones being advertised that are open for people to get major changes l. Go back to how employees work and access. It wherever it may be from 'cause with that through cyber security concerns Data management in the skills that the. It employees intern need to be able to support all employees because of the effects of the pandemic last year we did see a majority of our member firms. Most of them are technology companies. They were going to continue to invest in technical training for their employees. In some of the top areas there were cybersecurity that was a top area. Sixty four percent of our own member companies. We're going to focus training efforts and cyber security cloud infrastructure and cloud locations technical. It support were the top areas. Were they can expect to see training support for employees. That's good to hear from the members especially because we do our own custom training program with amazon so they do a really good Career program for their own employees where they help pay for the tuition for them to get trained by. Come to you so that they can move from maybe the warehouse floor into. It jobs either. Four amazon or for other companies. Whichever works best for them. We always tell our graduates allowed him to be start on the help desk. You're gonna learn a lot of places where to go with intact but at that point then alive the more forward thinking employers and especially i would hope. It employers would be in that list. They'll help you get the certifications and the training you need in order to keep growing in your career. So it's good to see a lot of our own member. Companies are taking that same philosophy. Yes definitely a lot of different areas to grow into depending on your interest especially Various emerging technologies or save working for a different type of industry. You can really go after what you're interested. In business. intelligence data analysis networking there are gray salary opportunities for someone working in tech or wanting to move into a tuck position for example. The median salary for all occupations as the overall media and mrs according to the us bureau of labor statistics for twenty nineteen they Number was thirty nine thousand eight hundred and ten in so we're looking at just the tick patients. It's much greater median. Salary eighty eight thousand two hundred forty salaries range depending on location of course or companies as irs. Maybe someone's years of experience or The job role if we're looking for example at it support to decisions. The median salary for an it support specialists is fifty two thousand. Two hundred and seventy and that is thirty. One percent greater than the average for all occupations combined
Washington's King 1st Black female assistant position coach
"With running backs on the Washington football team she started there is an intern last year. Checking Wall Street right now the Dow was up 11 points. This is CBS News.
How To Plan To Age Well
"With me today is Stephanie Erickson. She has a book called plan for aging. Well, there's definitely something we should all be doing. So thanks for joining me Stephanie off. My pleasure. Thank you so much. So we were chatting before about your book and there was a three chapters that really interested me one is a topic. I talked about a lot putting together a team. But we also touched a little bit on how we age correctly how we age maybe not as correctly and then planning not just for your financial and physical health, but also the health of your soul, so can we start with maybe planning for our excuse me talking about how people aged well and how they age not so often. Yeah. Well, I think first of all there's a range of what's well and what's not well, so the first thing is we have to Define what that means to our self, right? Cuz a lot of people and I think women in particular, I know me and my friends we talk a lot about aging and we're talking about our skin. We're talking about our wrinkles. We're talking about what our body changes and that is a piece of Aging but there's the other part which you alluded to and we'll get to which is the heart and the soul of Aging but in terms like in in relationship to the book when I'm talking about aging well, I'm talking about meeting all of those needs that we Have those holistic needs the body mind and soul and doing that in a way where we are transparent and inclusive with our family sharing what our expectations are our value systems in conversations prior to a crisis cuz most of us end up reacting once there is one and we forget to plan in advance. So really I think aging well is about having some forethought thinking in advance about what you want your life to be as you get older and then sharing that plan and getting the buy-in from those around you that makes sense and as most listeners know, I have a grandmother that's a hundred thousand two and half so you definitely want to plan because I don't think most of us at the beginning of our adult life expect to live to be over a hundred and she did say three years ago three and a half years ago. She was striving to hit a hundred and five and this was right. I know right after my dad her oldest son had passed away that happened. Or 99th birthday day. We interned him at the military cemetery and I was like Fifty and a quarter and I just remember thinking I can't I can't there's a exhausted. There's no way I'm quite feel the same right now. So, you know, I'm all about quality mean if I can live to be a hundred and two and do all the things that I enjoy or not. Maybe mm but most of the things I enjoy great if not not interested. So, is there a way of kind of planning so people understand what our what our opinion of quality is? Cuz make sure I say that right quality not quantity. Well you were saying what you were saying is that you you want to live longer than a long as you can live in a way that's comfortable for you. And so I think that's about rethinking what our own expectations are in terms of what we're going to be able to do physically because the reality is as well. Get older we will have more physical difficulty moving around. I'm sorry. I'm not I'm very fit right now and very strong and fifty but I'm definitely not the same as I was when I was twenty-five. I was more fit and even stronger right? And so when I'm ninety I might still be really strong but that doesn't mean that I going to be able to you know, pump out Thirty push-ups or something, right? So I think we need to be realistic about what we mean and I think part of the challenge that I see is that people connect aging with that physical body and we're not addressing the other parts of us because I think even if our body slows down there are things that we can do internally that can bring us a lot of fulfillment and satisfaction. So even if our body is not is not moving in the same way. We can still feel fulfilled and that to me is the real challenge about aging well as is getting in touch with that part definitely having a purpose and and if you have a purpose then you can log Fulfilled is important. So can we touch on that a little bit before we move on to the other topics? We're going to talk about. Yeah, I think a purpose is is good and they, you know, our our identification so much is about the roles that we play and so much around work, right? So when people when you meet someone you'll say so what do you do? It's not like wage. Who are you? What are your about? It's what do you do? So everything is about you know, our role as a social worker. I'm a mom. I'm a wife, you know, it's all of these roles and so I think finding a purpose beyond what those rules are is really important and to start to find that deeper part of who we are earlier on because eventually we won't be working wage. Eventually. Our kids won't need us in the same way, you know, so if I'm not a social worker, who am I if I'm not caring for kids who are saying mommy, mommy, mommy every 15 minutes then who am I I need job. Find something else within me that makes me me that I can carry on Beyond and I think for me that's about the purpose is knowing who you are in another way outside of those traditional roles.
A Conversation With Tricia Caiati And Kate Shannon
"And so i thinking about it. Reached out to some other after's and like high pastor communities are absolutely amazing and i'm so thankful for the music therapy podcast community. They're awesome there is a facebook group called music therapy podcasts community. Podcasters music podcasters. Yeah if you go there you learn about like everyone has like updated podcasts. That are happening in everything too. So it's definitely a good group to join on. But so tricia and i were like okay. Let's see if we can make us idea happen. Let's see if we can figure out a way that people can earn c. n. t. Ease for listening to podcasts. And we figured it out which feels crazy it's happening and it's real it's real life so That's how mvp seeing this kind of born has a yeah true. Do you feel ready to diamond. Tristesse nagel into Yeah i think so. Go ahead start skill. I mean as good as we're gonna get we'll see we'll see how things happen. We'll see how the cookie crumbles. I like her like to improv. So the first thing we want to talk about is really just the basics of music. Therapy podcasts collective is Tricia and i both being podcasters not only wanted to find a way for listeners. To be able to earn credits by listening to podcasts. But we also wanted to find a way for podcasters to feel more supported. Have some sustainability with podcasting If you're a podcast or you know that it takes a lot of time effort money. It takes a lot to keep it going every week. But i think that's part of what we love about. It is that we're putting out free educational content for people and it's it should be free. We want people to access all of this stuff and we wanna be able to continue doing that. And not burn out Find a way to make it sustainable. So we really had this to kind of two different pronged approach to the music therapy. Podcast collective which you'll hear us refer to as mt p. c. Which i just think it's hilarious but so are focused. I was really like okay. Let's figure out how we can make this happen. How do we put together. bundles of podcasts. And all these different things so that it's accessible so that it's sustainable and so that it's quality which those are big parts of our mission and we'll talk a little bit more about those so But our biggest thing was just trying to figure out. What does this look like. There's not many other people that have done this in even other areas other therapies and stuff so we had to kind of create a model and go with it but art of all of. This is the super open feedback. We want us to be what the community wants it to be So if newer if he listened to this if you get ideas if you like it if you don't like your feedback let us know all about it and we really wanna make it something that is accessible to everybody in. That really works for working therapists. So that's really kind of music. Therapy podcast collective in a nutshell But tristesse going to go a little bit more into those three kind of core parts of our mission. The accessibility sustainability and quality so tricia. You can take it away. actually. I want to add to your last point. I so as far as we know there aren't a ton of people doing this continuing ed thing through podcasts. In like many fields. So kate nyah. Figured out like we said we have. We have approved credits. Ready but we're not. We don't have all the answers. Were only two people and again. We want your feedback because as a as a community we can make it so much better like so much more. They're still many different ways. We could make this happen Thanks haley 'cause like podcasting is just so versatile. And i think that having like been having a podcast for a couple years and like seeing other people's podcasts pop up it's amazing inspiring to see everyone's different take on podcasting in the music therapy community Yeah and i just love that. So silicate said Accessibility is a big factor for us. you can listen to podcasts in the car if we ever get to a place where you're commuting again or if you're one of those people who has been commuting throughout this whole year thank you for your service so you can listen to podcast. Anyone has access to them. They're out there for free. Were putting out this content all the time so yes the core part of the credits of the opportunity. Cmt opportunities is out there. It's accessible you. Get it the other thing about accessibility and a big part of why we're doing this. Is we want to make the music therapy. Profession a more accessible profession and so that's going into our mission to funds donate and create scholarships for music therapy students and interns. Were really excited about that. and yeah i that was one of those things when we first talked about this idea. I think that's just something i've always wanted to do. I wasn't sure how to make it happen. How can i set up a scholarship. How can i. Donate to existing scholarships. And i'm really grateful that and the other people we talked to were like that's awesome. Let's do it. Here's an avenue to get there
"intern" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Or I what we avenue next. The fuck goes that. Let me tell the story you was had sprinkled some commentary. It. Would just rant? Which side did he take? It seemed to me like he took the. The mother's side. Assist you think so that the daughter what did you expect? Love. Hello ME. On Now the person here. Another person's walked into the studio kirks painter. Kirk Chris. Hang Up. We lose. Chris. Is. Chris There Oh? No Chris is still here. Sorry. Can you hear me Hello Chris? You lost goodbye. Tongues Jesus. Christ. What just happened again, who's that ups driver now? Was Looking for the people who used to be here. Oh. Okay. Now there you go over a year ago. That sound like that's not like the ultimate shoot I thought we had shot right there. With you you walked over there no. Within talk. That's the rant yeah. I'm confused I don't I don't think I'm stealing a win here. I. Think he's. He's he's reading like emails. He's just reading a facebook post play I think I think the random rance might be he's Doing other people's random rants rather than he's ranting on them. So we just had like a couple a couple of comments couple interpretive jokes at the end of someone else's rampant. I'M WANNA know. Now willing to take all comers. I'm willing whoever wants a rematch bringing on next time you want to listen to what his next random rantiss. No I think we can play maybe later in the week. Those. Target trading I know about them. Why futures not stocks plain and simple the better for you. The trader lower by and lower transaction fees offer a higher leverage for trading sex jump in here. So I'll give you a perfect example of why futures trading would give you an advantage because. Outside of normal trading hours in the last twenty, four hours, there's renewed hopes that a stimulus package is going to pass and that has futures-trading. You know two hundred points higher on the Dow now. So if you're a normal traitor using your Ameritrade Fidelity Robin, Hood Whatever your account is sure you can't get in there and trade. So if there's news that breaks that is going to be positive for the stock that stock you can't. Get in there and buy futures. If you're not futures trader however, if you're GONNA target trading, Academy learn how to trade futures. You can take that little piece of news and you can get in with the other Wall Street. Wolf's makes retrieved on the futures real daily outside of normal trading hours twenty, four, seven all day long every day texts bar the great tip, their text barstool three, one, nine,.
"intern" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"I believe that story a thousand percent. She GonNa lie about something she supports by so it's like there's no. So I wanNa Start Reid was a Democrat true which one that she delete you? No no no, it wasn't really clear. Anything meter at these days but did you get those is? People might just do whatever you say. I can creep? Would he thinks it'd be who's WHO's GonNa win this election. I would say that the momentum is trump was coming back until the debate that stalled a little bit if I to say, right. So yeah. If I'd say right now I'd go fifty five percent chance trump wins. Trump's, I would've thought sixty, sixty five before the debate. What's that? I would have thought he had a sixty or sixty five percent chance of winning before the debate over I. think that's stalled out a little bit I get I don't believe a lot of the polling I. think There's a huge. Vote. Well, that's sort of the biggest thing like like when you when you see when you spend five years convincing people that you are a racist evil person. If you say you're GonNa vote for an art said of the D. and your conditioning people to not tell that to a pollster or to their neighbor or to their relatives. So polling then becomes much much harder yet. They haven't the pollsters have yet to invent a way to overcome the trump vote effect yes, I think so Bodega. Yeah I just think and I also think there yet but your point I think there are people who also is impulsive calls and they ask a question that he's be. fucking trust you. Yeah. We've thought in Maine with Governor of the page. He was like the product trump figure and he was not even picked up in the whatsoever and walked away with the GOP primary because there is that effect of I'm not going to tell people information about me. No, and on the other hand, you've got rudy. Giuliani's take this morning. Oh Rudy this is America's mayor way then re tweeted named sixteen am from Manhattan the debate. What the debt, the debt that's it period. Oh look at that period. What does that mean? I have no idea. He's pinball. I think twitter's down by the way a really. Yeah. I was just yeah, act who knows. The other two or no. Not Working for me that was a really points to the search minds work and everyone says oh twitter down completely..
"intern" Discussed on Topgold Audio Clips
"Hey is Sabrina Goldbach Guy am a virtual intern advisor. Trait? A making a topcoat audio clip episode five to nine, sharing this into the audio collective. It's a group of voices, probably thirty different voices during the month of June twenty twenty for the last ten years. Different voices have come together and shared experiences so I've picked up experiences about workflow and how to pitch for projects, and what kind of to read from different people who take time out of their day to offer suggestions. And bought some of his books and I've improved. Some of my workflow is going down going down some rabbit holes of better nutrition and Diet thank you for the audio commentary today I wanNa share something that has pivoted on the back of suggestions about workflow that people like Phil Sorrow and K Truitt. To Brits on. The autumn audio collective shared how they've done work so I've gone down. A pathway of a virtual spreadsheet caught air table with two interns, doing virtual internships with another person who's on the audio collective Joshua. Farrell Hurley and the bunch of us are taking content Josh made podcast, and we're using air table as a framework scaffolding to kind of track the section of old audio that Joshua's made into short audio Graham suitable for. And twitter. So the NOB- of what I'm saying, is this. Collaboration is essential, but to make sure. Don't get confused as of what you're doing to make. Sure all pulling in the same direction. It's really important to be on the same project tracking. Or to have updates at sometimes can occur eight synchronous league, which is what an online spreadsheet or online project manager will do for you. Now are flavor of the month. Is Air table because? Well. It's got the legs to do the stuff in templates that. Make sure you don't make mistakes that previous creatives might have made. Her table provides templates, templates, videographers cinema- cinematography cinematographers. We're just modifying it I simple simple audio production, and the result well probably show up if Corey and ORLA the. Two students involved do a good job that will probably show up in their Lincoln status updates when they kind of say, here's how I'm doing this with this particular piece of software, and maybe they'll get a thumbs up or a recommendation from the company spur line that they're making the content for, or maybe they'll just learn how to do it better, and over the course of the summer, a become better and more efficient than in the production of creative media products. I work on the climate digital campus. We train students to do this quite frankly. The workum asking them to do during the virtual internship is not as complex as what they'd have to do in a time studio environment when there slicing and dicing in correcting video content or approving the audio. Content for work. Could they've done in the field? But it is time pressurized and the emphasis on being able to adapt the workflow. To future projects they would have on academics. Academic programs are. In mixers they go pitch for an actual jobs. Air! Table is these define on many social networks. It was daylight gambler. For some insider information and <HES> I'm top goal over lots of different places to follow how this thing unfold them sure within a week or so. If you listen to quote audio clips, I'll give you an update otherwise inside viewed. I E is a website that I maintain irregularly. Put something about air table over there because I like the software by pay to use it and I hope to have students learn. How to do things better. With good tracking and good attention to detail,
"intern" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
"That you are exposed to Fox. You sound like you love and you are happy the expect everybody may say WanNa talk to you when he came out to a friend and they told me Oh I knew that already from your voice that was like a punch to the stomach. I wondered why someone would say something like that. What do we gain from that common other than me regretting coming out to them? You know from our culture. I think we are moving living in a progressive way where it's like these stereotypes and these assumptions people make about each other based off these essentially superficial qualities. Your voices the superficial quality. It's not something that defining who you are as a person just as Michelle said isn't a sexuality type in his Ali said being gay isn't a personality type whether you're gay straight Bi Trans or however you identify your you and that's what's important and just like on that ship. People try is defined me determine. Stop acting like a fag or that MC talented being gay and when I hear all these things being said regardless of it being a joke or not I remember going against the rail laying my head on the cold would and looking down at the water below. Would they even notice the truth. They would people notice because all being called a fag hurts. Marketing told my voice sounds as painful. It's part of me. And when he stepped off that ship and returned to bright works and began to talk I discovered that being clear as part of my identity and as they slowly talk with more and more people came out first to my teachers and then to my parents and now to my whole school I can truly get rid of any inner critic that was my. They had told me not to wear that shirt or not express myself in fear of being labeled because embraced myself. I can be myself. This is Josh. Ask Gross the Queer Kid with a completely normal voice signing off the F. Word produced by Josh Gross for a podcast he created needed for his high school project. You've been listening to the kitchen sisters present produced by the kitchen sisters with Nathan Dalton and Brandy Hill as the year turns we take this moment to thank all of the interns for their beautiful work their mighty spirit. They're free thinking and the many talents they've shared with the kitchen. Sisters across twenty years place would be Dulles dirt without them many of the kitchen sisters stories. You've heard across else. The years have their names in the credits from the hidden kitchen series. Nobody can soldier without coffee. We produce that. In collaboration with Samuel Shelton Robinson the romance and sex life of the date was a collaboration with our former intern. Lisa morehouse and coming in just a few weeks. Six the Astra Gates keeping the southside a collaboration with the kitchen sisters current intern Leah Renee. Yates so many of you. Listeners have contributed to the kitchen sisters across the year and your contributions have gone to help support this internship and training program. We thank thank you for making this program possible special thanks to Tom and Tommy Mark and the tr a foundation for their generous contribution to the kitchen sisters internship Japan training programs. The kitchen sisters present is part of Radio Tokyo from P. R. X. A curated network of extraordinary ordinary cutting edge podcasts created by independent producers..
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"Done. Hi taste. Skid. Facebook invitation. I'm security. Tonight his birth life. One of big psalms. It's time for reflection. What a train Rick Hymie. She's where for all of them back. Have boys giant giant grandparents Ryan and paid? What is melody should've happened? Hyme should never shied up in Bluey speech with a beautiful woman on his. Beck rise in should never fall in love with a guy who would run off with Jack sweetheart giants should've finished university by now instead of being lied to about Princeton Clem picot, you'd be talking down the communist, and then enjoying a be everything award with these wife peaky. Tracy whole should never have welcomed one morning to find out the man, she loved had never existed. Nippy lighted into save them. All but it should never have happened. Why should have been in jail. In two thousand and seven the NewSouth Las fraud squad, and he's trial in federal place sent bundle of documents. The covering lead at line more than twenty million dollars with the fraud committed behind Watson in the late nineties and two thousands. One time she's victims. It's been eased compiling evidence of these crimes should have been the outline of a solid brief of evidence that would've putting behind BAAs vs time slip the net yet again. Helis hymie. She's bro. Chiba Strahl newspaper. It was written and presented by me. Greg bear and produced by nNcholas Adams jazz by the executive producers, Eric George if you nine more about Hymie, please contact hymies podcast at the ustralian dot com. Donahue, you can subscribe to the series and your podcast of choice to keep track of all future episodes. To learn more about our investigation hit to who the hell. He's Hymie dot com dot are you they will also find additional material including this experience episode. An extended interview with Jack rise. If she's in this episode, of course, distress, please. Call lifeline on one three double one one four.
"intern" Discussed on Who the Hell is Hamish?
"Hard. I felt really betrayed and of it silly. But I still in a way felt sorry as well because she was only Cy Young. And like I said, she didn't have the greatest upbringing. And I think she disorder as a way out and as well because my mom took her in as almost like a daughter. Actually, look after and that go down to Sydney together on trips, and I really loved that. I had a strong bond as well. And that was another thing that really really helped me was the fact that she did that to my mom as well probably more than how felt about what she did to me was how much Chiba tried my mom as well. Jack says he's happy that finally Heim she's stories being told and that time she's not the one controlling the narrative. I think it was just nice to hear that other people had felt a similar way to how we felt. And also that Al story was only such a small part of this big thing that has come out, which is great that all these people are coming forward and the stories being told truthfully, which is something that Hamish is never done. He's never told his story the right way. And it sounds like through this podcast story is going to be told properly, and he's going to be brought to Justice, which is I think that we can really ask for this point. He's working. He's white through what it all meant. I think definitely just the way that my mom took ages to to get over. And just the the trust thing. I find it still side if what to trust PayPal. Especially. Especially you know, like people that met we Phil. I'm really scared to get close with a lot of people because I was this thing in the back of my head resting that trying to somehow, you know, play meal get something out of me when Hymie spit from his mother, Jack tried to contact him. Once I found out everything. More than anything. I just wanted to understand why. And I wanted to know what happened and why did it just for closure? And he just couldn't even give that to me. He's so spineless. He'd he'd happily talked to you about anything obey their and comfort you when he wanted something from me. But as soon as he was done with you. It was just like he didn't exist anymore. You couldn't couldn't get to wouldn't give you a second time. I think I'd just. I just really want to understand how. How he works. I feel like I've moved on pasta stages of being really angry at him. And you know. I just want to understand why. And how he could do it. And what what goes on in these head? How how did he get away with that facility long? How many questions? So what became of the million dollars giants grandparents invested with Hymie? At one stage. He told them that their investment was worth more than ten million. He was alive the money is gone. And now, we're nice way the damage he caused immense firstly it ruined relationship between Jinan Jack. Do you split that up as well? Split split them up. For a while Heinisch was depositing thousand dollars a month in their account for them to leave on it in last nocco was continually on the fine after on maybe one year two years or something after two. Sign when aid money, and what would he say? Is laws. It's coming. Get it data. Just things like that. Always had an excuse on minnows numerous Tom are said to him rot will I think we'll pull at the last Thomas it'll have two and a half million. Thanks, and he said, well, that's no plausible. Sorry lows. Wasn't as if I tried. He would just fade as dribbles, wouldn't he? It's imposes here. And they then in Nandy wouldn't have might wanna might on. I would find. Yeah. What do you have when you could look at each other? Yeah. If I might want wanna be sitting title sorry, I've been code on the highway. There's always an excuse fuel terrible for recommending hymies to their mites. Then in Viki pekao. Let's still talk on the fine with them and Glenn often if anything came up something came up. In the piper think it was about time you so he said. You know, you're saying this incentive through since a message when it's both died that sort of scenario, but. We'll very busy, and what you have left. Now, these house just has to have to sell this house down. So as to be able to leap is. Plane, but I tone we come back here when I come back because we've been a wife, two and half months. Upper their sons are located nothing. I don't know whether I wanna leave, but you know, go to be sensible about it because we're still young. Sixty seven sixty seven Pitta sixty sixty. And what of joining the great hope of the great likes. Well, the scholarship to Princeton never materialized grandma tells me she's working closed shop in town further up the coast in a text message giant sent me. She said of hymies family believe he will pay for all he has done.
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"Stage? And she told you that there was gonna be a Princeton scholarship. He didn't he did took her over. They didn't he. It over the US US and talk framing Sam or something. He said. Did you have any concerns that starch? What I'm taking US? No, they had a lie to go with him ahead of. Let's what he said Shep Ryan would if you wanna call it. Any rent? Did she ever license ship with him as well? Ask her. That she's seven annual go. Let's. Pretty. Born behavior. I would have thought for forty zero. Guy to call me. Because she's very vulnerable. He worked on everybody convertible. Bick risen was not the only one who had concerns about giant and her relationship with Hymie. Fashion designer Lisa who did too. Will the story that we were fed was that was one of bixby's girlfriends, and that she was particularly bride and that had a mentoring role in supporting her. So that she could travel overseas with for an opportunity to maybe study overseas. Princeton I can't remember exactly which university was but that they wanted to give her an opportunity as it happens. Lisa who is a holiday house up Louise beach. I'm maybe twice. I remember one time when I was on holidays with my children, and we were at the holiday house, and he turned up, you know, in the kitchen with in tow, and they apparently being on a run, and she was apparently quite athletic. And so they used to go on regular runs. Together. And then another time when my daughter will having a medic you'll and audit. No, he must've see my car parked in the street, and he's bounded in bid shifted Biffi, the two of them Lucas, if they'd will they said, they'd be into the beach, and they were covered in sand. And I thought that sort of odd Sunday afternoon you with like this young girl, and you've been to the beach in Sydney in Paddington, actually, the why would you come and sort of present her to my daughter, and I like I found that be awed. Did you? Somebody more than mentoring going on. I for the first time. Probably that's when I thought. Something doesn't stack up. I wonder big knows about these or she comfortable, but to be honest. He kick away from us skilled keeping various aspects of he's lofts separate. He would spread rumors and lies ping people against each other. Let's get together and compare it's as you to magin the relationship between giant on Hymie was causing serious problems in big and Hymie. She's marriage. That's really when he started spending. A lot of time in Sydney time ish going down to allegedly work for this is the internship Hymie said supposedly lined up for Jain at a business in Sydney, and that it meant she was going to be offered at the end of her internship. They'd pay for her to do a degree at Princeton in New York. She expressed her concerns to Hamish he brushed the massad. It's why he so. And have you heard? It's just just because Jack's not that smart, really clever. Like, he's that's when he really started putting the boot into Jack, which of course, made me. Even more furious. And devastated hurt and told me gave him like five hundred dollars, and he started investing trading for her and all of a sudden like she's getting handed kind of like two thousand dollars here and there to her at seventeen sixteen who'd never had a hiccup before one though homes came home. What he said was big and exciting news. He said, I've got great news. The internships come through and go on a trip to New York to go to Princeton and do a walk through the university. And yet have three weeks in the states. And I just went. Like my stomach just dropped. And I knew straight away. And I went fucking kidding me. And he goes, what's your problem? Why can't you be excited for her? And we were sitting all of us in the family, and she's sitting there, and I said, I just was gobsmack. So I got up and left that thing. And I went to a friends around the corner. Hey, then came IVA because I'd said this is happening told my girlfriend he's to sign that he's taking of essays, but he's not going toe. Big the owner of the business was going with Jain. And I just think this is all bullshit like what is going on? He then convinced me it was all above board. But two days later, he said, oh, can you believe it? I have to go to China at the same time that this trip is booked for the internship trip to Princeton University. And I said are you serious? And he said, Yep. I'm just going to tell you these once if you made out with them if you say every day, I'm done like, it's IVA. He went. Giving me an ultimatum. I said, yeah, I am. If you do then that's it don't come back. So then they will go off on his trip. He's away for two weeks of two and a half weeks. They comeback. First thing I say is did you made up with them? And he went I saw them for a minute at LA airport. But that was it. And I just completely lost it BIC recalls. The utter humiliation having his son seventeen year old girlfriend coming in lecture. And I'm seeing it boy my eyes out she said on the end of the bench. You really need to stop interfering in Meyer relationship with high mish and my relationship with Jack this is an internship. Yes. We caught up with him, but you really have neurotic to make an ultimatum like that that you made to him. This is something you and I need to discuss with a glass of wine on the veranda. This was a seventeen year old who's my son's girlfriend, and I was just boy and Jack was sitting there rubbing a back and. I remember thinking is this actually have to am. I what is going on. That was surely before Christmas two thousand thirteen Jack and Jane break up that Christmas they both finished school, and she moved to Sydney. Hymies never really return to the house blue his. He was living at the apartment on the finger wolf at Wilma Lou the apartment he bought with other people's money. I'd gone down to those hairdresser in around in Potts point that I used to go she sometimes and I went into get my head on. And and the Hedrick said to me back, you know, that high machines bringing that you'll son's girlfriend because 'cause I taken that's where I'd take it for first hiccup. Hi machines Taicang bringing her in here in six hundred bucks to get hit hit on was like what? And he said. Yeah. I said he's sure and he's like yet. The what Porsche out the front drops her off then picks her up for years afterwards Vic would be dealing with a host of dodgy collies Hymie should forged signature she and her father went to the Porsche dealership in seed me the spoke to the manager to try and sort it out we show in the document. And hey, guys, look anything about this audience on this. And they get the financial guy in it goes all year like I organized that Hamish, and we like who's this person who's witnessed he's just a kid at a disk. And they ended up saying look way just kind of work on a base of trust with customers by customers that we know Hamish always told us that eating let coming to see me that you had a bit of Agra Fabu. So he even he said, he I. He even said he was he had supplied photos of you signing the documents which he didn't because I never signed anything rubbish after that first one we've found about another three or four. Previously.
"intern" Discussed on Who the Hell is Hamish?
"This investigation was only possible. Thanks to subscribe is of the Australian for access to additional material connected to these series. And all our investigations news coverage, please said for the Astrid Lynn subscription. Push nine eleven's, always kind of ugly sports, Cari, sort of like midlife crisis e type stuff he had a Maserati once. I don't know where they came from is to hide it because I was never allowed in them to drive them. He had a watt convertible nine eleven just looked like the biggest decayed in it. And he'd be driving around with my son's girlfriend in the car. If you thought Himes couldn't stoop any lower buckle up. Two thousand and ten bakeries and married hymies. Mclaren the following year attained some Jack started dating ago from school to protect privacy. We've caught her giant we've been in contact with giant. She didn't want to be interviewed. But she's happy. I use a pseudonym. John was just sixteen when Hymie I began taking Herod's in. He's convertible Porsche. I'm Greg bear this podcast who the hell? He's hymie. He's brought to you by the newspaper. So was his gorgeous little Wayne did go the babe show here at a mosque John's identity. Hey, come came from a pretty messed up family situation. She and Jack got together when dire need ten so that was in two thousand eleven I love like I everything for the two of them though. Fifteen when they first got together, the two of them got quite serious at the end of eleven and she pretty much moved in. So she to me she was just like my daughter wonderful for you, having another female gorgeous. And she really helped me with the house. I gotta work and I'd come home. And she would have folded the washing or started making dinner or cleaned up. And she was just an I thought she just seems so happy Jack was are happy. It was great high machines do kind of joke around and cooler the dwarf, and we'd all sit down and have dinner together. And it just felt like happy families. I sort of thought well like on. Doing. All right. This is this is good. It wasn't too long. After that that I started to feel uncomfortable about the way that high mish was around. Being like a beach place. She might come up from being a sleep downstairs with Causey bottoms in like a taser maybe with note 'cause 'cause he'd hop on. And she's gorgeous and she sixteen and he'd sort of get the tail and flicker bomb or something like that. And just things like that just to me, and I'd say to him light. Hey. Like, you can't do that. Like that's kind of not appropriate. And he's like. You know, I've read like she's just a kid just mucking around with her. It's nothing. I didn't like it that relationships that situation grew from that point. And he then started lucky did with the boys. He took her rod under his wing with sporting stuff and going running and doing triathlons and all of that kind of stuff because he was right into it as you know. Yes, he started sort of Banco personal trainer watched all this unfold to her iron roof with a sense of rising drid you she raised her concerns. Three sons time you should saw. It was divided rule. This is two thousand eleven when they first met moving into two thousand twelve things started to get more full on with with in your eleven and twelve shoes studying business studies, which hate thought it was, you know, just amazing. And he's like, well, I can help you with work, and I can help you, you know. With your assignments. And all of that kind of stuff, which of course, she was like fantastic. He introduced her time. Should he introduced her to a colleague in Sydney and had organized for giant dune internship? She's a clever go, and she's you know, she was school, captain, you know, she's going and doing all these like, youth leadership courses and all of this. She's amazing. So that was two thousand eleven sorry. They just are just was suss. I can remember one time walking the bay checks is just across the road and Hamish we're going down to the beach had gone down with her sister early out of nowhere. Jack was at work or something. And I got to the top of the stairs at the beach. And I I don't know what it was about this site, but I saw walking down to the water and Hamish just leaning on his haunches just watching her walk to the water. And I just it just I've felt repulsed. I was like this is not right. Something perjury about. Yeah. And and I just thought. This. This is wrong. Like something is not right. But if ever I said anything to him he just told me I was a lunatic. You're crazy like your fucking imagining things back. There's nothing like what are you talking about? She's a kid. Jack started saying to me mom, you need to but out of my relationship and stop going on about her and Hamish she's getting really upset. And so he was really cranky with me with saying you need to stop saying stuff like that bit because nothing's going on and you crazy. So I sorta had everyone telling me you're wrong, like get over it like, you're crazy. And so I I don't think I thought I'm crazy. But I thought I felt really I felt like suffocated with nobody hearing what I was saying and knowing in my gut that something was right? Not good. The not being long married and beckon hymies Rin counseling with a well nine professor of psychology in Sydney, I kept saying to Hamish. I'm this is I feel really wrong. You know, I was think I was trying to pull out of the relationship, and he would just apartment telling me, I was crazy. Beg me. Like, I love you so much like you can't leave me. What about? The boys. I love the boys, and he'd do these hall kind of dance of how let's go to therapy. Let's go and get counseling. And so I said, okay, let's go to counseling. So. He found a guy in Sydney in Glebe. So we'd just go down and have like a session every two weeks. And this went on for quite a few months. And you know, I got to talk about how I felt about feeling like Hamish was ally. And he would tell me lies all the time. And I'd find things out, and and high mish would sit there, and he'd cry and say how much he loved me, and and the professors like BIC like, I really think that you're getting the wrong idea. Like, he genuinely what I can see here is a man who genuinely loves you. And you know, I don't feel like this any like, months and months and months and months of of hearing that from him as well just gave Hamish more munition to tell me what a half locked up. I was even manage to win. The professor I thought I was going nuts. And I thought I'm just worthless. Like there were times, I especially delighted. Down the track when I'm working out. How much financial she'd I mean, actually because of all the lines. He signed like forged my signature on. There were times that I was like, you know, I could literally sit on have around her and go fucking just hang myself this, and you know, it would just go away like, but then I kept thinking don't ever talk. You know, how could I do that to the three most important things in my life? But yet it was pretty doc times. And just feeling like, no one would believe you John was young and his big says, just gorgeous. But Hamish admired Ovation's of just having a trophy in the passenger say to Porsche. So can you explain how you came to make? Hymie
"intern" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million
"And I was usually involved incision wanted to hire someone that was at least mid level to senior level. We almost never wanted to bring someone in that was junior level. Now going back to previous fifteen years or so I was in software development. So as a software development company, we just didn't really want to deal with someone that didn't know what they were doing. And if a lot of time and effort to bring them up to speed, and it was just a gamble. And so my hiring up to maybe like the last year or two has always been hiring mid to senior level people. Well, since we refocus to digital marketing, one of the things we realize is that there are at ton of marketing students in local colleges around here who are eager to do work as interns now we struggled with whether we should pay them or not in the end, we decided to pay. Ah them because we expect deliverables outta them. What we've found is that it's a great value. And these students are super eager to jump into the workplace and get real work done since we're doing digital marketing exclusively these days. It's a great fit because he students come in with a lifetime of experience dealing with digital marketing. Now, they're not experts by stretch of the imagination, but they know the basics of things like social media advertising and websites. We don't need to teach them that. Right. All we need to do is teach them the best way to do it. And if they come in with a good attitude, it's a great fit. So we experimented with this over the last two years. And at this point our process is really set we hire interns for a set amount of money all interns, get the same amount of money when they come in here. They work by the hour. It's roughly fifteen to twenty hours per week. They get amazing experience. They really do. It's a good thing for them to come in here and work for us and learn from us because we we are definitely way ahead of our competitors. And a leave with a wealth of experience. We also ensure that they get certifications while they're here part of the requirement is you have to get one or two certifications and things like Google or Facebook while you're here on the job. So it's great for them. They get amazing experience get money. They get certifications. It's a resume builder is great for us because they're enthusiastic they're relatively cheap. Actually, scratched the relative there really cheap when it comes to wages compared to a full-time person. You don't need to pay them benefits. It's a win win win for everybody. We love it. And the amazing thing is we have converted several of them to full time employees. So again young. Eager not very high wage requirements. They do really good work. They come in. And knowing a lot about the business already. And it's so good that we've converted them to full time employs. So check out your local colleges. See if they have an intern program get to know, the professors in your particular industry at that, college and see if interns a right for you. Definitely right for us. Thank you for
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"The interns. these police officers shot in South Carolina and one incident. Doors the outpouring here. I'm quite wears the outpoint. Countries changed dramatically. It's truly changed dramatically. You know, you never know what you're going to read when you wake up in the morning. Particularly when you're a public figure, and there was a piece in the Washington compost pay somebody named Michael or D E B O NIS. I want to read this to you. The longest serving US Senator found himself under sudden attack from President Trump on Tuesday night and hours later, Patrick j Lahey remained bewildered by the whole thing. Now lay he has been a a hitman for the left. For decades. A smear merchant. But the Washington Post feels it needs to come to his defense and figure out why would Donald Trump be criticizing him? At a campaign rally and south haven, Mississippi, Trump suggested that lay he had a drinking problem while riffing about the democratic chairman who might be in charge, come January. If Republicans lose the Senate majority a guy like Bernie Sanders would be in charge of the budget committee Patrick lay. Oh, he's never had a drink in his life. Trump said check it out look under Patrick layhee slash drink. Patrick layhee. Dash drink will be in charge of the appropriations committee in a brief interview Wednesday Lahey called the attack bogus baloney. Well, that's kinda here a bogus baloney, Mr. producer and said, he had no idea where Trump had gotten the notion. He was a drinker he attacks everybody except Ladimir. Putin e said everyone knows it's bogus. We do lay Hugh seventy eight and has served by the way. I thought the accused is presumed guilty. So Patrick layhee you're presumed to be drunk by your own standards. It's a job interview. It's not a it's not a court of law. Has it feel dummy? In a brief interview Wednesday Lahey called the attack bogus baloney now. Lahey was seventy eight and has served in the Senate since nineteen seventy five holy mackerel is known for a number of things on Capitol Hill among them, his Batman movie. Cameos look how the post there's a new story writes this stuff his fondness for the Grateful Dead and his love affair typography and scuba diving and is nasty vicious smear tactics. I added that but tippling is not one three longtime. Congressional aides of both parties consulted about Trump's claims a democrat in two Republicans all said, the wild Lahey is certainly not known as a teetotaler. He's also not known to drink in excess. Well, how do we know that we check his high school yearbook? How do we know that have we talked to anybody who went to school with them? How do we know that? By Wednesday morning and internet search for Patrick layhee. Drink turned up mainly coverage of Trump's remarks, notably the attack came as Trump supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh is under weathering scrutiny, ladies and gentlemen, for his high school and college drinking and notice the reporter didn't go back to look at les. He's high school and college drinking. Lahey is among the Senate Judiciary committee members who questioned Kavanagh on the subject on September twenty seven. But there is a clue where Trump might have gotten fodder for his attacks. You have the audio Mr. producer. In twenty ten conservative talk radio host, Mark Levin. Twenty ten. Conservative host, Mark Levin. Well, that's an improvement of a right wing conspiracy. Theorist Aaron extended hold on computers bonking outta me here. Aired an extensive what did I hear aired an extended a bit on a speech late. He gave on the Senate floor at nine forty one AM on January twenty eight twenty ten tell it's almost nine years ago. Criticizing the citizens United vs FCC supreme court decision and sound effects of a beer pouring in a Cup in accused lay of slurring his speech quote. I think we have a Senator with beer breath. I could be wrong. I leave it to you decide. Honestly. He sounds drunk to me. There's one problem with Vince, accusation Lahey, just happens to sound like that C span video of other than what you think about I did a bit on Lahey. I did a bit on lady this idiot with the Washington compost is going digging deep why we check with three congressional. And now we went back to C span, although they never did go back to high school or college would Lahey. And we all know, Washington compost, and Mike whatever your name is we all know guilty as accused Powell, that's your standard Lahey speeches around that time show him speaking in a similar manner. And in a hallway interview Wednesday, he sounded much the same. What he sounded drunk lay said he had no idea about any interaction where Trump might have gotten any impression about his drinking habits. The only personal encounter. He could recall was Trump's 2017 inauguration an episode. He called very pleasant but devoid of alcohol at ten o'clock in the morning walking through the capital. He said, no. So he got it. From me says the Washington Post. When we come back after the break, I will play for you. The very audio at the Washington Post. Found compelling after an enormous amount of research. After enormous amount of research, the Washington Post, which obviously could not find anybody in high school or college didn't even contact them. Who went with Lahey ties color college to see if he had a drinking.
"intern" Discussed on Stick to Football
"To rocketmortgage dot com slash football. What's up everybody. This is stick to football. I'm Matt Lee draft rhetoric, Bleacher report, and joining me this evening. Not one, but two co host. We have anyone use that, Mike, it's Dan died. So good luck state way. Maybe don't get too close disinfected. We should've sprayed. It was some four, zero, nine or something. Next time, our intern Walker, Texas Rangers here. Russian from Alabama. Oh yeah. Dr. Long drive brought. He brought to cases of natty light though, so we're gonna let him stick around have some fun on the show this week. And if you're thinking maybe inter inter next year, it's probably a good way to get in bringing beer. Well, this show is not sponsor by ninety late, but this show is paid for by Bleacher reports. Let's talk some sports. We're going around the league. We're gonna put old TR through the garlic because that's what we have to do in. Oh my God, boys, do we have an interview. We have an interview guys. I, we've been teasing teased for weeks pulp tro scouts coming on the show. We spoiler alert we did the interview already. It's fucking treat fun with the quality is a little off. Yeah, he used a voice modulator which we explained in the interview and I love this guy's Twitter. I think it's hilarious, but we're out here to dispel the myth. The he is me and I am him. I can say, one hundred percent. Sure. He is not you and everyone will know it. As soon as they hear the interview, but he was a lot of fun and a good sport because we are not the most professional interviewers, and he's the first ever Friday guest. That's the first time you've ever let me interview someone. Well, no, it's getting you let me a couple times over the summer, but you haven't since then. So I just privileged that I got to talk to. I actually interviewed like Peter, King, Jason candor, and like some like some of our most important guest ever. And Harrison. Yeah, nowhere like, Nope, you're out. You're done. The top of around the league? I are, we talk about slur, et this week. It says, hashtag fantasy suites finishes. We. Oakland. Underwood. Got nervous said I'm not doing the fantasy suites and he got sent home was talking about. I don't think he did that. I think that was more Becca thing. I also say the producer's like honestly, they made Tia comeback, and my girl caught so much heat on Twitter and Instagram where I follow her the producers. Baller in. They're like, you know, we need to get this promoted with her and my boy, Colton. So I don't think any of that was real cold. Our guy through for our football player, I'm really excited that he didn't lie still don't know what position he played in college. I don't either. I think tied in or linebacker. I don't know. I'm not. I don't know not going to go there. That's not what this fantasy suites about. No, it's not. We are doing our fantasy football league Matt, Connor. And I, we are going to be taking part in that. We're going to draft teams also are longtime listener at Tim NFL volunteered to be the Commissioner that league and he's getting it all set up for my in this league. Yeah, we're, we have a team that I'm not the Commissioner right. Okay. You wanna do. Trades and shit. SO part of the would be the worst to be an elitist. I can tell you from the franchise Madden. The listeners are a handful. I bet my DM's. They are right. We love you guys though. We do so part of getting into the fantasy league as we had so many people wanting to do it. We had to come up with criteria for it. So what you have to do, you have to be following me at mellow Esquire. You have to be falling Matt at fell draft scout, and you have to be following Connor at Connor j. Rogers and at Tim NFL as well as the main account at sticks. Football. How the hell do you get Tim NFL. I don't know. He must've been like the second Twitter, like after a non and And it was. it was, yeah. So you have to be following all of those accounts and you also have to contribute to the show which you guys do a great job at anyway. This time you just have to tag on the hashtag fantasy suites to get your chance to play in our fantasy league..
"intern" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
"Intern glove me what that last yeah the smart money is on you but i'm rooting for you i'm rooting watch it on vegas fucking assholes i'll watch the livestream you're not going to support me when i am supporting you bro i can't tell you the date yet did not disclose all when you told me off air i will tell you if i can okay well got be my corner i'm gonna get this bmi corner you guys my all my podcasts zack all my pockets brothers it'd be my corner for interns right guys ralph confuse european put on a mask in club is fucking day on the way to the cage hacks is gonna fucking spear him from the side harding it fuck it back dog and we've had our issues but you know what the folks you've also felt my wrath yeah i bet you more than anybody mike doesn't again to win mike do you think that a win this fight compare she fuck a big moment this if you don't love every fucking second of this fucking hack what's going on do you do you you weren't following the conversation up to that oh you guys doing a podcast what's up mike just waiting for the other warriors to pick him up so they could go out and play play harrington do you think that i'm gonna win this fight against ryan o'neal yeah yeah wanna no professional fighter as avails mania right is he knows he professional fighter.
"intern" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Got okay so in west hollywood cal got going to west hollywood so i'm going to be an intern for who walker drew dross his looking for hardworking interns who are highly motivated detail oriented reliable organized and have great time management i well that's not me i need someone here in new york okay let me time management skills not a good enough so much he didn't make my own out l you make your own hours at an internship it's not anymore maybe in the restaurant business i need to be an intern they go internship in brooklyn what is it what is it mule letter it's a contemporary women's ready to wear line i'm so and so what do i need to do as an intern there you have to learn to design for the three fashion uses the posh princess the bold rebel and the mysterious vixen oh got the posh princess in the bag i'm calling me there it's very hands on be prepared to have important daily tasks you'll be coach through them but you should have great sewing skills and knowledge in knowledge of pattern making tripping techniques cal cal maybe i can't do that we'll get into this later if you work for a big corporation here new york city and you'd think it'd be a great intern would you get in touch with no one's calling i want an internship at your company we've got to do a free trip phoned up here we ran in the morning shows free trip phone we're off to beautiful miami beach now if you win this trip to join us for our fourth annual dysfunctional family vacation at the gorgeous eden roc miami beach.
"intern" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"So why don't you wanna be enter no not for us i want to intern for a big company okay i want to i gotta find an internship do this no real your resume and you put your trump six down and help me let me find unions or engine you have to send it i don't know fashion yes is love fashion i want to be a fashion t squared maybe they haven't figure it out it's never you're never too old to be an intern now what brody brody's in charge of hiring interns i wouldn't hire you here's an intern why not too much attitude am i too sassy little cocky ronin so strict to like if you spell anything wrong on your resume if you use the wrong your route the he doesn't he is so picky when i had interns i went into my intern like bits so when can you start my that of the interview i had an intern that came once then disappeared for a month and i'm like well i don't wear the hell to go shows up one day with t shirts for everyone and i go where have you been you know just didn't feel it coming in any thought it was going to be fine and i was gonna say no problem you can i said you gotta leave you can't anymore oh he was out with his friends doing stuff what what straight nate fastened schober mentorship only.