35 Burst results for "J. Sanderson"

eComm's False Equivalency For CCPA & GDPR With GetEmails Founder/CEO Adam Robinson

MarTech Podcast

02:40 min | Last month

eComm's False Equivalency For CCPA & GDPR With GetEmails Founder/CEO Adam Robinson

"For anybody who is new to the podcast and hasn't read the hundreds to thousands of pages of regulations. Walk us through the cliff notes. Version of what. Those two pieces of regulations actually say. So they're both about disclosure to the consumer of data that's being collected about them. They're both about setting up infrastructure that allows the consumer to see that data setting up infrastructure that allows the consumer to have that data deleted. And that's kind of above all else the spirit of both of them by the way marketers. I'm sure shake their heads. The sort of ops people the way that all of that was decided by the governments that it had to be achieved. It's just huge infrastructure pains in the acids right so everybody went through that. Gdp are and a lot of the stuff that you had to go through on that side of things on the disclosure side of things was the same for ccpa where there's a big difference is gdp. Art is actually a consent for first party data collection on the internet policy. Meaning it's opt in period in order for anyone to collect data on a european citizen. You must have a first party. Opted to collect it to use it what that is simply not the case with. Ccpa in cpr in cpr is just like the second sort of evolution of cpa is not in optimum for data collection policy. It is opt out policy. The consumer has the option to opt out of you collecting their data. But it doesn't touch. This issue of optimal marketing does not touch this issue of opt in to sort of have my data shared. It doesn't touch that stuff at all so listening to what our service does which we basically pass our customers plain text emails of people that visited their website but didn't fill out a form. A very common reaction is while. How is that legal in the weeks. Explain that is legal. I can't spam sanderson people say well it's definitely not ccpa compliant well. It actually is if you make the appropriate privacy policy changes on your website for most people what they did to be compliant with gdp are suffices in by the way. I'm not a lawyer so this is not legal advice. But the biggest difference between the two and the biggest confusion. I see people making is the assumption that since gdp are is opt in in ccpa is the gdp are the us. We have to do the same things that we did for judy. Pr we may not have made the changes for for us audience. We have do the same things for our. Us partner website. It's just not true.

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With Chicken Prices Soaring, Sanderson Farms Sold for $4.5B

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:12 sec | Last month

With Chicken Prices Soaring, Sanderson Farms Sold for $4.5B

"Made Sanderson Farms a juicy takeover target. The number three U. S poultry producer has agreed to sell itself to number six Wayne Farms for about $4.5 billion. Worries about the

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Josh Anderson, Canadiens Beat Golden Knights in OT to Win Game 3

SportsCenter All Night

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Josh Anderson, Canadiens Beat Golden Knights in OT to Win Game 3

"Three of the Stanley Cup finals between the Golden Knights in the Canadians going into the match up, the series is tied at one game apiece. Vegas is five and to all time in game threes of a best of seven series when tied 1 to 1 effort to games Montreal is two and six in their last eight game threes of a best of seven series. When tied 1 to 1 After two games here is TSN 69 61 Pass. No icing in behind the salt worry turned it over. 96 God Rays flurry with a major mistake could retire to do that was Anderson's second goal of the postseason. His first goal came came against the Maple Leafs and the Canadians. First game of the playoffs. Fuckinjimmie frankly, Pastor Anderson, Here's Anderson. She keeps me Josh Sanderson, the overtime hero, the Canadians with him 32. And that was Josh Anderson's first career playoff overtime goal, and it was clutch. They weren't new to this, though they are true to this. Having been undefeated in overtime games this postseason, They get the 3 to 1. When

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Governor Ron DeSantis Conserves Conservatism

The Dan Bongino Show

01:21 min | 4 months ago

Governor Ron DeSantis Conserves Conservatism

"I like that. I like your style. I like your style. Jim. We gotta book at at Les lightsaber in the front and back. Of Iran Kenobi. Run the Skywalker. Round to detail. Now there's a little debate I had with the not really a debate, but I was charged with the W F T. L Radio Great radio host this morning on the morning show when a live interview There's a debate would rob about Rhonda Sanderson, Florida Like what if we lose Ron and he runs for president? I don't know. Listen, I don't know. I like obviously, President Trump would probably clear the field in 2024. But they said, Well, do we lose him? And I said, Listen, I wouldn't look at it that way. I mean, think about it is wrong to Santa's more valuable to the citizens of Florida Specifically, if Rhonda Santos is the Florida governor or the president, United States I don't know. I honestly can't tell you that and I can tell you this. The bench in Florida a strong We got an up and coming representative on the West Coast Whole Collier County area over there. Byron Donald's You may have seen my Fox news whose spectacular But as long as Rhonda Santa's keeps conserving conservatism and doing things that conserve conservatism He will highlight him and others on this show with Rhonda Santas. Strikes again.

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Phils top Mets 2-1 in bench-clearing, trash-talking opener

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Phils top Mets 2-1 in bench-clearing, trash-talking opener

"Are there a benches clearing incident said a passed ball highlighted the Phillies to one win over the Mets the benches emptied twice in the eighth inning after Phillies reliever Jose Alvarado jotted Dominic Smith following a strikeout that ended the inning Mets reliever Miguel Castro then chased Reese Hoskins down the line in the bottom of the inning and the benches again empty J. Sanderson went five plus innings it swung and missed a passed ball on a third straight to what to run score New York wasted a good performance by Marcus Stroman who left with a tight hamstring after he struck out eight over five innings I'm the ferry

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Andersson scores in return, Kings top Vegas 4-2

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Andersson scores in return, Kings top Vegas 4-2

"The kings in the three game losing skid with a four two win over the golden knights in Las Vegas as they moved within four points of a playoff spot in the west division Ellie getting goals from Andreas out there to see you Jared Anderson Dolan Alex I Apollo and Leah Sanderson every games it's huge and we we treat every game that's a playoff game here now and you know we want to win every game we got the smarts to enable play the right way don't get too stressed about that but the standings and I think is that okay thank you to every day and try to focus on one game at a time William Karlsson she Theodore score for Vegas as they fall in the second place in the west one point behind the avalanche cal Petersen is the winner in that Marc Andre Fleury takes the loss hi Mike Reeves

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Egg prices might be going up soon and the Texas winter storm is to blame

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

Egg prices might be going up soon and the Texas winter storm is to blame

"Economic fall out from the deadly winter storm in Texas. There may be a dull side to Sunnyside up egg prices may be increasing because of the Texas Winter Storm. Sanderson Farms, the nation's third biggest chicken producer, says that had the euthanize Nearly 550,000, baby chicks and hatcheries of the state over 700,000 eggs were also destroyed by power outages.

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Gov. DeSantis announces expanded Publix vaccinations throughout Florida

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Gov. DeSantis announces expanded Publix vaccinations throughout Florida

"Public's pharmacies in the state will start to distribute the Corona virus vaccine this week, Governor Romney Sanderson, the town of Jupiter announced all 67 public's pharmacies in Palm Beach County will be offering the vaccine not only one of our biggest counties, but you have 25% of this county is 65 older, he says. Seven public stores and neighboring Martin County and Two in Monroe will also have the vaccine available for seniors age of of 65 65 older, older, each each pharmacy pharmacy will will be be able able to to do do up up to to 125 125 inoculations inoculations a a day. day. Reservations Reservations will will be be taken taken starting starting tomorrow, tomorrow, with with the the first first shots shots being being given given out out on on Thursday. Thursday. I'm I'm Joel Joel Malkin.

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Chick-fil-A sues poultry suppliers alleging price-fixing

Bill Handel

01:58 min | 10 months ago

Chick-fil-A sues poultry suppliers alleging price-fixing

"Filed by Chick fil A. Against chicken suppliers that I'm talking about The big chicken suppliers. Perdue Farms, Taison Pilgrim's pride, Sanderson Farms, these air the biggest chicken suppliers in the country. And, uh, what Chick fil A did is filed a federal suit, uh, saying that or claiming that when Chick fil a committed to buying antibiotic free chicken back in 2014 The suppliers colluded with each other to share and coordinate confidential bidding and pricing information that is ill legal. It's the it's in violation of the antitrust laws. Also, you have predatory business practices. I mean, it's Ah, big deal here when you're talking about what happened. This is And egg egg. Extraordinary suit. No, there's more. Oh, there's more. Don't worry about that, Um So as result of the price fixing Chick fil A said that it paid artificially inflated prices for chicken. And this is just the latest flock of litigation. Yeah, There's more, Uh, 10 industry executives were actually indicted in separate cases, as well as several suppliers being sued for conspiring to inflate the prices of broiler chickens. This is antibiotic. Then there's another case for broiler chickens, which are you know if you've ever had a broiler, tick chicken or stewing chicken? I mean like leather. Pilgrim's Pride pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to limit to limit competition. This is in October. They paid $110 million fine. All right. So this is big news to say the least. And I

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

The Ultimate Health Podcast

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

"Feel like i've learned a couple of lessons. Coupla just you know enough to know that. I don't know much but Yeah a couple of lessons and it definitely feels easy. that's great. i'm so happy for you and tear. I really enjoyed our conversation. Loved your new book. Clean mike clean body and other than listeners. Getting a copy of the book after the show. How can they connect with you. Our website for astrology trolley. Yoga dot com. I finally have a personal website which you never had for a long time. Tara stiles dot com was spoke. Some things like that but all the social media places and i do love talking with people and communicating with people. Especially about you know these topics that we share. And i don't feel like if somebody reaches ridge's outs meets help them. You know. I feel like i can offer a process that has helped me more than prescribing. Something that could you know feel disconnected. So i do love and acting been sharing with people on this personal way very nice. We're going to link everything up over in the show notes and any final thoughts for the listeners slowdown breathe. Deep and things will happen to less than a lot of us. Learned the hard way right true. I definitely and still learning that may to all right. Tara really appreciate this great conversation. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you so much. I hope you enjoyed that conversation with tara. I definitely did. And i really appreciate her being so open and vulnerable and sharing her story in great depth. I'd love to hear we thought of the episode over instagram. you can take tara stiles and ultimate health. Podcast you can take screenshot of the players. You're listening or short video clip or picture. And i love to connect with the over there for full show notes head over to ultima podcast. Dot com slash. Three eighty-three there's links everything we discussed today and so much more so be sure and check those out. And before i let you go wanna give some left. My editor an engineer j sanderson over at podcast tech dot com jay. Thank you for everything you do and thank you for listening. Have an awesome week. I'll talk to you soon wishing you ultimate health..

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bUnit: A Blazor Testing Library With Egil Hansen

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

06:06 min | 10 months ago

bUnit: A Blazor Testing Library With Egil Hansen

"What are you working on these days. So kate mentioned i'm a principal developer fall for delegation. And we're working primarily with asia dot net. So that's that's really nice like a to really really out on on on the latest technology around that In my free time. I spent quite a lot of time on be units Which started about one and a half years ago which is a place of testing framework. Well according to my wife. Lisa spend too much time on that but that's also very fun. It's like it's have your own baby and you can. You don't have customers in such as that required to deliver in a certain schedule timeframe not accurately so so i get sort of really really go deep and play and experiment on and get something right. At least i hope so. So you started on. The unit before blazer was even jessica even server side. I'm trying to think back. I started units back in february or march in two thousand nineteen. It wasn't called that it was. I had a very microsoft product name back then. It was called the race testing framework or something long. Did i buried descriptive name. But it wasn't there. Google friendly because it. Yeah all all the in that. Just rent a belgian generals from keywords. But i i watched one of steve sanderson's presentation someplace and got bit excited. I like most people did around that time. And then i started playing around with trading just creating a component library. Just trying it out. And see what i could and couldn't do with and being a big fan of tipton development. They're kind of like. I'm not smart enough not to write test for my court because it'll break very fast if i start. Factoring are miss something. So i realized there wasn't anything available to test your quote with place at that time so i sort of build something. That wasn't really you know ready for primetime at all and it works But it had a few issues Then around september last year. I believe steve came out with this chatting prototype. And and that's all. I sorta inc what he had their into into what became be unit and edits so he had an all things where he was able to sort of get x to the component testing and be smart about how to get the mark of the component. And that sort of basically made what i had. Something i quit. You know reasonably go out and see where you can actually use this and and from there. It's it's it's not a getting some attention and community started building around that and people started using using it for real so it's been exciting but it's it's fun challenge to sort of be be part of something like that and suddenly have people depending on you delivering a something of a reasonable quality. Okay so you. So you just mentioned that you can after borrowing some code from st sanderson and mixing that with the giardi had you can Test the markup is generated from a component. How do you set that up. How do you actually get it to where you can use the component in the test. That's a really good question. So the first thing. I try begging way back whilst just to see if i if i knew my component and try to chest institute like you would in a regular unit test. That doesn't really work. You quickly realize because the news doesn't actually know how to produce output like stephen and the team. There have made a really good decision about having teens. Raisins of concerns between what a component is and what the fingers that renders the component and. So what you need to be able to actually verify. All lanes baked the mockup that a component producers that you need something that can take the component you want to and render it and then hand you back what else created and this is sort of what what bid unit encapsulates in in the context that you can ask to rent a component and you can pass it parameters and what you get. Back is an abstraction. I called arinda component. That object contains the instance off the component. You asked to be rented but it also contains the role model that the component producers but inside of that we use angle shop which is a shout based library with html and it's actually Competing of huma five spec so i passed role model. We get from from from from from from basically the data shaver runtime which i'm using in the vagrant bucs twinkle shop and then it passes of that and then we have Just the same guys. We have in the browser to query the generated which has represented in estan notes shop. So you can use your cruiser dick to all an in glaze. Actually i have sought options short hands for that. I have find find all niffer that takes us next so you can go in and in very it feels like it doesn't feel like i guess you i- testing in innocent kind of way like you have to set a lot of things up and you have to actually run that the abdication in a in a full instance and you have browser. You're automating. maybe it's hit up but it's still being automated. It's just one and completely shop and everything you winning and components shop and then you get the output and you can carry that through the english. Api

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Episode 23  Digitization - Brandon Sanderson

Relentless Geekery

02:09 min | 11 months ago

Episode 23 Digitization - Brandon Sanderson

"We were talking about the rights and owning the rights of one of the latest great case studies and I think this really hammered at home to people you've probably heard the name Brandon Sanderson. Yes, he's got great fantasy stories. He finished The Wheel of Time series dead. And Jordan passed away more time zone everything right? Exactly. Okay. Yeah, so very big popular author people know him. So when he puts out a book, it sells he's not hurting for money, right? He's not worried about the next book selling they just do exactly I like his stuff I buy everyone. Yeah, exactly. Okay, so he in his contract with his Publishing Company. He reserved the right to special edition hardbacks now, okay, you know, that's not a huge Market, you know, that's probably something if the publisher was involved in it a lot of money into it and not get a whole lot of money back. So they said sure fine keep it. We don't need to worry about special edition hardbacks, right? Brandon Sanderson was a smart man. He took a book that he wrote twenty twenty-five years ago one of his fantasy books. I don't remember which one offhand maybe you'll address or something like that. Okay. Yeah, I'd have to look I don't remember and he said I'm home. Create a hardback special edition and I'm going to put it on Kickstarter. The only way to get this book is through Kickstarter to buy it directly from me and there was whatever specialness about maybe he added something. I don't quite know but he not only did well the end of the kickstarter was six point five million dollars. That's how many people who got that book. Wow, and the Publishers are kicking themselves. You know, I have always admired where people have the either the confidence or just the Devil May care attitude that says, I don't want a percentage or of you know, how well we all do I will take on more risk to get more reward again, you know doing my stock thing. That's pretty much what it's about. It doesn't necessarily be who's the it matters that risk versus reward.

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Episode 23  Digitization - brandon sanderson

Relentless Geekery

01:40 min | 11 months ago

Episode 23 Digitization - brandon sanderson

"And I think this really hammered at home to people you've probably heard the name Brandon Sanderson. Yes, he's got great fantasy stories. He finished The Wheel of Time series dead. And Jordan passed away more time zone everything right? Exactly. Okay. Yeah, so very big popular author people know him. So when he puts out a book, it sells he's not hurting for money, right? He's not worried about the next book selling they just do exactly I like his stuff I buy everyone. Yeah, exactly. Okay, so he in his contract with his Publishing Company. He reserved the right to special edition hardbacks now, okay, you know, that's not a huge Market, you know, that's probably something if the publisher was involved in it a lot of money into it and not get a whole lot of money back. So they said sure fine keep it. We don't need to worry about special edition hardbacks, right? Brandon Sanderson was a smart man. He took a book that he wrote twenty twenty-five years ago one of his fantasy books. I don't remember which one offhand maybe you'll address or something like that. Okay. Yeah, I'd have to look I don't remember and he said I'm home. Create a hardback special edition and I'm going to put it on Kickstarter. The only way to get this book is through Kickstarter to buy it directly from me and there was whatever specialness about maybe he added something. I don't quite know but he not only did well the end of the kickstarter was six point five million dollars. That's how many people who got that book. Wow, and the Publishers are kicking themselves. You know, I have

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Episode 23  Digitization - sanderson

Relentless Geekery

01:38 min | 11 months ago

Episode 23 Digitization - sanderson

"You've probably heard the name Brandon Sanderson. Yes, he's got great fantasy stories. He finished The Wheel of Time series dead. And Jordan passed away more time zone everything right? Exactly. Okay. Yeah, so very big popular author people know him. So when he puts out a book, it sells he's not hurting for money, right? He's not worried about the next book selling they just do exactly I like his stuff I buy everyone. Yeah, exactly. Okay, so he in his contract with his Publishing Company. He reserved the right to special edition hardbacks now, okay, you know, that's not a huge Market, you know, that's probably something if the publisher was involved in it a lot of money into it and not get a whole lot of money back. So they said sure fine keep it. We don't need to worry about special edition hardbacks, right? Brandon Sanderson was a smart man. He took a book that he wrote twenty twenty-five years ago one of his fantasy books. I don't remember which one offhand maybe you'll address or something like that. Okay. Yeah, I'd have to look I don't remember and he said I'm home. Create a hardback special edition and I'm going to put it on Kickstarter. The only way to get this book is through Kickstarter to buy it directly from me and there was whatever specialness about maybe he added something. I don't quite know but he not only did well the end of the kickstarter was six point five million dollars. That's how many people who got that book. Wow, and the Publishers are kicking themselves. You know, I

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Hocus Pocus 2 Is Happening And Bette Midler And Sarah Jessica Parker Will Be Back

News O'Clock

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Hocus Pocus 2 Is Happening And Bette Midler And Sarah Jessica Parker Will Be Back

"IT JUST MAY BE A. Miracle Yes those exists. Looks like the original cast of hocus pocus will be returning for Disney sequel after all news broke over the weekend that Bette Midler Sarah Jessica Parker and Caffeine Jimmy will be reprising their chronic roles. As the Sanderson Sisters we've midler saying quote they want to make a movie. They've asked us if we were interested and of course all of said. Yes. I'm game I'm totally gave rumors of a hocus pocus sequel have been. Floating around for years most recently with announcement of a TV movie in two thousand seventeen without any of the original casts and thankfully it never happened. The trio of actors are also reunited for a faux documentary set to premiere this Friday titled In Search of the Sanderson Sisters, it ticketed virtual events to raise money for the New York restoration

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Bette Midler spark 'Hocus Pocus' hysteria with reunion pic

Russell & Hunter

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Bette Midler spark 'Hocus Pocus' hysteria with reunion pic

"The first teaser image of the upcoming Hocus Pocus reunion peddler who played Winifred Sanderson in the beloved 1993 film is set to team up again with co star Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy. The actresses will reprise their hocus pocus roles for Midler's annual Hula Ween Fundraising gala, which will be renamed in search of the Sanderson Sisters. Hocus Pocus Hula Ween Takeover Thiss Year. That's

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U.N. food agency WFP hails Peace Nobel as call to action against hunger

Morning Edition

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

U.N. food agency WFP hails Peace Nobel as call to action against hunger

"Nobel Prize for Peace is the World Food Programme. NPR's Rob Schmitz reports the WFP is associated with the United Nations. Nobel Peace Prize Committee chair Barrett Reese Anderson announced the UN's World Food program has been awarded the prize for its efforts to combat hunger. It's contribution to bettering conditions for peace and conflict affected areas. In for acting as a driving force and efforts to prevent the use of hunger as a weapon of war and conflict. The World Food Programme is the UN's largest agency in the world's largest organization, addressing hunger and promoting food security. Last year provided assistance to more than 97. Million people in 88 countries. Re Sanderson says the Corona virus pandemic has contributed global hunger and given the budget of the World Food Program has today. It will be around 265 million starving people within the year, she said. This award was a call to the global community, not tow underfund the program. Rob Schmitz. NPR NEWS Berlin President.

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Using Mint Around Tomatoes to Keep Critters Away.

Your Gardening Questions

03:16 min | 1 year ago

Using Mint Around Tomatoes to Keep Critters Away.

"Tim Sanderson email this morning and tim has a tip and a couple of questions for you too. But the tip is he says that Like how he puts this to? Mr and Mrs Squirrel. Love. To take one bite out of his tomatoes and strawberries. Show this year he he planted cement. Around the strawberries tomatoes and for the most part they leave him alone. Have you ever heard of that Well now. I'm. GonNa have to divide my mini plant, take it up out of the window well, where I keep it control and put it near the tomatoes because boy do I need that advice I've never heard that before but if he says, it works, it works suits me. Mark. For suburban. I have worked critters than you can believe now in in in his case and mine I, am aware of the squirrels taking one bite and I don't know why they have to do that. But my nemesis is deer. I. I have a short story on that mark. It comes to the point of a friend of mine had some deer repellent in a sprayer. He said, well, if you're having trouble, let me follow you home. I'll spray your stuff for you which he did. That was the night. Since the deer came back in and eight again at being again they had come in two nights before and if the top side of the tomatoes when he sprayed them, they dutifully came in and took them down to about Puckett. Heights. And then the following night. The rascals came in and ate them down to about eighteen inches and even eight the tomatoes from around the bottom boy now. There's certain things I can't do legally. AGREEM- So the repellent didn't work. Well I'm GonNa say no either we didn't get it on at the right density thickness or you know had the dilution I should say I I don't. Although I know that I have some ornery dear moving through. So Tim. Just defy. Just to be ornery. Tim also had another tippy says a lot of times when his tomatoes just start to ripen, he'll pick them and then let them ripen off the vine and that way you know the squirrels can't and and other critters can't get to them well, and I I'm I'm big on that I've never it for that reason. But I always go out well with the first frost or certainly freeze warning in the fall I go on and pick all the tomatoes anything bigger than an acorn on up to two cutting size as it is green as it is wrapped them in newspapers stack, I'm in a open. The box and let them then. Ripened overdue time. I've had tomatoes out of my garden as latest. Thanksgiving. So yeah I'm favor that and thanks to him. That's a good recommendation I've never done it to. Stop the squirrels. I always just use language on them. Wow. Yeah. Yeah.

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Let me say as a side note, I think that this pandemic challenge millions of educators to rethink how they teach to rethink the nature of education as people know grant is a master elucidative mathematical concepts that may otherwise seem difficult or out of reach for students and curious minds but he's also an inspiration to teachers, researchers and people who just enjoy sharing knowledge like me for it is worth. It's one thing to give semester's worth of multi our lectures. It's another to extract from those lectures the most important, interesting, beautiful, and difficult concept's and present them in a way that makes everything fall into place. That is the challenge that were taking on. My dream is to see more more my colleagues at MIT and world experts across the world, some their inner three, blue one brown, and create the canonical explainer videos on a topic that they know more than almost anyone else in the world. Amidst the political division, the economic pain psychological medical told the virus masterfully crafted educational content feels like one of the beacons of hope that we can hold onto. If you enjoy this thing subscribe ign Youtube Review Five Stars in podcast. Follow on spotify support pay John. With me on twitter lex Friedman of course, after you go immediately which you already probably done longtime ago at subscribe to three blue one brown youtube channel, he will not regret it. As usual to a few minutes of as now and no ads in the middle I try to make these interesting but I give you time stamps. But still please do check out the sponsors by clicking links in the description especially the two new ones door dash and dollarshaveclub they're evaluating US looking at how many people go to their site and get their stuff in order to determine if they want to support the long-term so you know what to do..

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Clucking Over the Cost of Chicken? Top Poultry Producers Charged with Price Fixing

Business Wars Daily

03:28 min | 1 year ago

Clucking Over the Cost of Chicken? Top Poultry Producers Charged with Price Fixing

"Early this month the US Justice Department indicted four of the top poultry industry executives on price-fixing Charges Pilgrim's pride. CEO Jason, pen and Claxton Poultry Farms President Michel. Freeze were charged with conspiring to fix prices on chickens sold to restaurants and grocery stores from twenty twelve to two thousand, seventeen to other executives, one from each company were also indicted. Indicted the charges come as part of an ongoing anti-trust investigation into the highly consolidated poultry business, The Wall Street Journal reported now. If this sounds familiar, he should poultry buyers, farmers and industry critics have been clucking about possible price-fixing in the chicken business for years in two thousand sixteen New York Food Distributor Maple Vail Farms. Let Class Action lawsuit claiming that Pilgrim's pride. Perdue Tyson foods and other major producers destroyed entire flocks breeder hens in an effort. Effort to artificially reduce the supply of chickens as a result of the alleged scheme, the plaintiffs argued chicken prices jumped fifty percent a time when corn and soybean prices, the basic necessities of chicken production fell Maple Vail argued that the company's manipulated prices for a full eight years between two thousand and eight twenty sixteen, since then government investigators have been looking to see whether the poultry giants have been feathering their nests, and if so, how the charges against. Against the pilgrim's pride in Claxton executives alleged that they colluded to keep prices high for fast food chains in purchasing cooperatives, the Wall Street Journal reports that the indictments are filled with accounts of text messages and quote cozy discussions about pricing between supposedly rival executives. The indictments brought against these chicken leaders are federal criminal charges. If convicted pen than the others could spend up to ten years in prison and pay million dollar fines three of the four. Four men pleaded not guilty. CLAXTON's freeze requested continuance. The problem is closely tied to the industry's consolidation over the last several years, large processors of gobbled up smaller ones like Hungary hens begging for food now that she can businesses dominated by a handful of companies which have considerable clout, according to Ferns, insider, a nonprofit investigative publication, only ten companies, raising sell eighty percent of the country's nine billion chickens. Half of those chickens come from Tyson the nation's largest. Largest processor and pilgrim's pride, which is number, two claxton industries is a multimillion dollar Atlanta processor that counts chick-fil-a among its customers. In recent years, several large poultry buyers, including Walmart Conagra enciso have sued all the major poultry processors for anticompetitive practices Tyson Pilgrim's pride perdue farms in Sanderson Farms have denied the allegations according to the New York Times prosecutors however alleged that collusion is the reason why poultry prices rose steadily over the last several years they. They say consumers bear much of the pain, but farmers to of had a beef with poultry producers in two thousand seventeen several farmers filed a class action lawsuit against Tyson. Pilgrim's pride, purdue and other poultry giants, accusing them of sharing data in order to suppress farmers wages, according to NPR the National Farmers Union says price-fixing inflates the cost of poultry and beef while reducing the incomes of farmers and ranchers, according to the Wall Street Journal

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Regimental Taylor who writes the Comic Book Comic Strip Schlock Mercenary? It's a popular online web comic I spoke there. Aren't any other type of web comic but We introduced the topic a writing topic Say let's writing sympathetic characters and then for fifteen minutes. I fire questions at the other. Two and address them myself and we keep it snappy fast paced writing oriented I started doing it because while I like a lot of podcasts. I listened to a lot of them. Have a tendency to ramble. And you'll sit there and they'll say we're GONNA talk about this today and then an hour and a half later. They finally start talking about the topic. After you've heard about you know what they thought about the sports world or the politics world or what? Jim had for pizza last night. Or you know things like that. You finally get the topic. I wanted one. That was quick snappy and to the point And so our tagline is actually fifteen minutes long. Because you're in a hurry and we're not that smart so and we really do keep it to that and it is on topic so if you're interested in writing to listen and hiked available in. I tunes I would assume it's available. I ten or through listening on an in browser. Just clicking on your browser and pushing play at writing excuses. I'm that we do have CD's that you can just pick up. For the of the whole archives. Well I really WANNA thank you for talking to me. It's been fun. I'm glad we finally connected. Thank you for your interest and your patience with me. Thanks for being a subscriber and listening to sci-fi talk premium. This is Tony Tomato. Take Care Brandon. Sanderson your theft selling author of were breaker and Working on the wheel of time novel. You're listening to science..

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Get that focus everything on that and then when we get done if she makes decisions she wants to do the others that we can sit down and spend a few years making sure that we got them in a really good state before we release them. So so I you might see those books But but you know that's kind of a long complicated answer where I give lots of caveats. My goal is not to To finish this and then go to pitch the next part of the wheel of time and then things that can go to torn pitch the next part of the wheel of time or anything like that. I I'M A. I'm a big fan of these books and I think they should end. What's interesting is There's a lot of interest lately on it. I just actually seen a graphic novel based on the wheel of time. That's been really cool Jeff. Robert Jordan was involved in making that happen before he passed away And he really liked the the company that is doing it. was was was friends with Members of the company and this is a a very much Robert Jordan's sanctioned product project in one that he was very excited about and then even a motion picture. It looks like it's going to happen. That was something that was awful set in motion before he passed away that he He signed off on and We're very cautiously optimistic. You Know Hollywood is always a scary place For authors losing creative control and seeing what they do at the same time we end up with fantastic films like the Lord of the Rings Films. Turn out to be or you know. Many of the Harry Potter films actually turned out very well. I love the third movie it can happen. We're cautiously optimistic. I'm not having a whole lot to do with that more it's it's being involved with some of the experts in the fan community and some of Robert Jordan's assistance. My probably will be able to see a script and offer feedback on at one. The for stripped down there in the script writing stage. But I don't know a whole lot about the film project right now. Well we're breaker. Sounds like a really interesting series. It's up I'm glad it's it's it does end And doesn't leave you hanging 'cause we don't want to wait two years for the yeah and I love the. I love the epic fantasy. Standalone there. Things you can do with that type of story that you can't with series now. I really like series too. And that's why bounce back and forth between them but yeah I think We're breaker. It's it's it's getting harder and harder for me to describe my books to people. I mean we've talked about the two sisters but that's kind of the first few chapters and then he goes crazy from there and we haven't even talked about light song who was A God who doesn't believe in his own religion And and some of these wacky things that are happening so it- it's I guess. It's an epic fantasy about role reversals. told in one volume do you think because of the popularity of Lord of the Rings Movies and which again revitalize the books that fantasy is is more mainstream now than ever. Yeah I think it is actually more mainstream Lord of the rings and Harry Potter help. Mainstream it In fact I think you know. Science fiction has had a steady mainstreaming going on for many years..

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"The amount of story that has to go on rubber Jordan was famous for same passed away that he planned this last book to be so big that you'd have to wheel it out of out of This bookstore on cart. He was planning for this enormous book and here he wrote enormous And I I know. The publisher was was quite scared every time he said that because there are certain binding restrictions which yeah you can you can start binding really big big books like that. They start costing a lot in the tech starts getting really really small and the editing process becomes a nightmare. I wrote hard last year as much. I I put a lot into this. And after about fourteen months of writing I was only through about halfway of the notes and Torque called and talked to Harriet and she talked to me and together. They decided with That the best thing to do was split the book up and get something out this year. giving me that requirement. I then went into sided. How to best split the books so that we would have complete story rather than just stopping in the middle of one And and that was really up to me. How are we going to cut this? I did make a few pitches on what we should do to hear it and told her what I think we thought we should do. And she said yes and then I went and did it and there were pretty good break points already built into the story just because I had to break it up in my head in order to approach. Something this huge. I'm about halfway done with the I'm actually about two thirds of the way done now Two thirds of the way done with the second of the three volumes that they have decided to split it into So the first volume will be out in November Yup November third And then the second volume should be out next fall And the third volume the fall after that Assuming I'm able to get the get the pieces written and satisfied with them in time. Now is the possibility that you might go beyond I HAVE COUNSELED. Harriet and I think a lot of the the fans behind this that. We don't want this to go on forever..

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Would be to have some have created influe- which as a writer I really really it makes the project much more exciting to me But there's enough direction and enough going on that I don't have to extrapolate too far on a lot of things I mean. He wrote the last few scenes a been a of the wheel of time itself. Left them behind Show and those will. Those will go into the book practically unchanged into the final volume in inbetween. I've got all sorts of interesting things. Like places where he describe to different themes that are mutually exclusive and said. I'm going to do one of these things. I'll either do this or I'll do this. I haven't decided yet where I have to look at and say okay. What do I think should happen in other places? There'll be a few paragraphs will say I. We need to accomplish this. We need this to happen. But he doesn't say how to do it. It's kind of a make this happen. Go for it sort of thing and other places he certain characters he just left alone. He didn't have time to to talk about. And there's a a lot of Extrapolation I get to do and getting them from point a to point B because he has point be written out and he has a point a at the end of knife of dreams or the the bulk of knife of dreams written out that makes us with entire scenes that he's just written that we can put in and have not changed very much at all And other places where he's got a detailed outline of what this character does all the way from you know spanning between knife of dreams and the final battle so It it's all over the place. It's what I'm doing. Its part writing a book. Part writing from an outline in part like archaeologists reconstructing a Of Vase that shattered or something like that With the estate on on When the when we talk about the state it's really carrot Harry Who Was Harry?.

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Are a lot of different ways that things happen. A lot of Water Different Mirror phrase that a lot of different Pieces on it's it's never just one thing that makes me WanNa ride on managing as soon as a whole bunch of things. Mix them together with with science and with superstition Coming together to try and create something that feels like a hybrid between the two. Did you research You know the scientific aspects of in addition to the mythology to I mean with this one not as much as the misspoken magic whereas using vectors and things like this with were breaker it was mostly that kind of idea of the law of the similar Where things that are like one another I'll have power over one another Bringing things to life there's really not much sense of studied research you can do The closest we've been able to come as you know some of these. Ai and robotics. And things. Like this Mostly I was. I was reading historical works and looking at what people really believed Which is always fascinating to me. The end of the idea of spontaneous generation. Which doesn't show up in this book but that's one of the things it's always fascinated me that people believed if you left out meet To Rot wise will be born from it. Not THAT FLIES ACHES. And those eggs would hatch but it me would just spontaneously generate lies or the concept and this where you know if you can create something that uses a piece if someone is essence if you can get one of their hair fingernails and build a doll out of it that DA will have some power over the person that what you do to the doll will happen to them these sorts of concepts where what was driving need to create the magic system. Vashem breaker as the series. Move on will we? Will we know more and more about him as the funny thing about that? Is I got a great story for that. I'm who the war. Breaker is actually one of the small secrets in the book I'm it's not something that I intended that you know. I mean it's not a huge revelation you know bashers personality. This character is Is and his. Motivations are not certain as you're reading the book. Why is he doing what he's doing? What does he want all this stuff? My editor wrote up the synopsis that ended up on the book. It actually wasn't supposed to end up on the book it was supposed to end up in the catalogue copy. Where you're a little bit more explicit With catalogue copy for people who are going to be selling the book At bookstores and things so they can get a little bit more about it. Usually give a few spoilers And he submitted. A DIFFERENT CO copied ended up on the book They got switched. Somehow we didn't notice switch until it was too late to change it and so now The Synopsis Ends Up. Giving away more than I would want it to give away.

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"She's a child so she she's not really. You know the Second. The second child prepared just in case If something were to happen to the Vienna but the four child wasn't wasn't important to them and she was allowed to just relax and And be herself and at the dawn of the book for reasons involved in the story and things like this. The father says the youngest child instead of the oldest child and throws them in kind of role reversal. We're AVENA field. She's now useless And fury suddenly have to marry this. This terrible God came on that people feared all this time very interesting. Part of the essence of the story is Bio chromatic. Magic which is based on breath. Kinda describe word that you know where that came from. Nothing's one of the things I love to do. In my book I really liked to play with the concept of magic as it relates to science And and for magic also usually digging in in history. Either looking at science textbooks From or scientific writings from previous days or looking at Superstition admit in a lot of Of both science and sort of superstitious writing in the past. You find this sense that it's something similar to something else. Then it gives you power over them right. The voodoo doll concept. You find a lot of talking about inanimate objects having sentence or gaining sentence to the to the practicing magic That was bouncing around in my head Mixed with this idea of of color Which became a big part of the magic systems. Well it's kind of the second Third of the magic. Just the second chunk of it is this concept of of color as a representation of life when when a person dies. Get color bleeds away out of them. They become less colorful a lot of ways. Because we're blood draining things like this one plant dies grain way is replaced brown color. Is I think the metaphor and and a lot of mine four live just a subconscious thing And then that finally mixed with the idea of breath I've wanted for a while to find a way to have magic. That was passed from person to person in a non standard way We tend to fall back on the pretty standard ways of gaining magic. Either you're born with it Or through intense. Study you learn it. These are the the two trips that come up and fantasy quite often. I wanted to try something different. I wanted I wanted magic that different and so I started playing with the concept of a magic that everybody was born with a certain amount of it is a tiny midge of it This life sense whatever. It is inside of us that it allows the person to to notice when someone's watching them for instance is something that makes you feel connected to to the rest of humankind and just hypothesize a that's a little dribble of magic inside of you that in this world through through through certain means you can take and give someone else doesn't kill you to give it away Makes you a little less on? They call them the book becoming a drab. Little less aware of the world around you left connected the color of your skin and your Your eyes fades just a little bit once you do it and then someone else has twice as much we call this. They call this the breath twice as breath bio chromatic twice as much color Which if you gather enough of it you can start doing some interesting. Things like granting life shoe object giving them giving ability to move on their own for a little bit of time to bake commands this sort of thing for me and a magic system. There.

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Of two sisters trying to sort out their destinies and mysterious characters additionally. He has the daunting task of finishing the wheel of time series. Robert Jordan made so famous. Here's Brandon Sanderson. This sounds like an interesting You know potential series here. I just I like the fact that it's a story of two sisters and I think that's a good way to begin. How did the story originate for you? it was actually because I was reading around in a lot of mythology looking at some of the classical concept of Sparta. A lot of fantasy writers over the years one of the things. I like to do is I like to. I like to write a little bit of postmodern fantasy so to speak I like to to look at what's been done before and see if I can play with it but if I can make my own if I can add something Jonah. My Miss Born series for instance was about what if the dark Lord that was always you know what the young hero went and failed in the dark one That that sort of thing And with this I was looking at some of the classic Fairy Tales of the of the role reversal The Prince and the Pauper type of ideas the the two sisters the that that get thrown into situations contrary to what their skillset would originally prepared them to to deal with. And I want to see if I could approach this in a realistic way and And create an epic fantasy that had its roots back at some of these ancient story Now in creating the personalities of the sisters where did you? Where'd you use for inspiration? I use my own family. Be perfectly honest I I do that. A Lot I I often made a study of How someone's birth order does tend to influence the way they act and I'm the oldest in my family and my wife is the oldest and her family of Of Four or five kids. Each of us. I've noticed that a lot of times if I child lack of certain way and a lifestyle rock act a certain way and I wanted to play with that concept and so I was trying to build whenever you building a character. At least for me you start with a with an archetype and then you try to make it real Archetypes exist because they they describe real things But archetypes also shade. I started with the archetype of the of the the eldest child who does what she's supposed to always been you know train for this great purpose and a lot of expectations on her and then on the youngest child who's a little bit Little bit him typical. You know she hasn't had to. It's not been. It's important that she pay attention for lessons She's been like my little sister allowed to get away with a lot of the older siblings. Weren't allowed to get away with and things like this. And and these mixed with their natural personalities taken and extrapolated to make them real people It it it was. The foundation of the story is these these. Two people put in roles opposite of what they they they plan for. The plot of the story is one of the sisters being prepared all her life To Go and be part of this arranged political marriage specifically with the kingdom's enemies they're the the most powerful Kingdom the smaller kings and opinion are are heretics are blasphemers worship. These these gods were not really God's in their opinion the older sister Viviana has been betrothed before birth to marry the God King Of of this this other empire the younger sister Siri Has Been A isn't even a backup..

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

How Do We Fix It?

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

"Even somebody who's a medic are trained in CPR. First Aid Day in back. Do HAVE THE SKILLS. And that means they can't simply socially loaf and say while all of us could step up and help because the reality is there a better person to step up and help them the rest of us and so that tends to break this social inhibition. So should we go out and get trained at something when should know we'll and and the reality is it doesn't even have to be going to medical school having training in CPR. First Aid helps. I describe an example in the book of somebody who went through first aid training as part of becoming a boy scout leader and they in fact been stepped up in a pretty violent altercation on a public street in London so having any kind of specialized training in fact gives us more confidence that we can step up and it should increase our willingness to do so even in a group setting you also talk about some of the things that can help people step up in less violent but in some ways no less troubling situation. Such as you know people are expressing racist or sexist jokes or other attitudes in the workplace or in other Other settings ways to challenge that ways to defuse that what are some of those techniques. They're different techniques that are useful in different situations. So let's take the example of somebody saying something sexist or racist in a meeting. One possibility is to show empathy for that person and say listen. You know I know you really didn't mean anything but you know my brother is gay. You know or you know my Uncle experienced sexual assault and it's really important therefore for you not make jokes about it. And so that's the way in which personalizing example may make the person more sensitive to it without saying something like you're a jerk and I'm a report you or we're not friends or whatever. I also give another technique which is using humor. So somebody says you know. Oh I could never vote for you know Elizabeth. Warren you know women are too emotional to be president and they bite me totally serious but you could say ha ha you know. I know you're joking. I know you don't really believe that. But you know some people really do believe it so really. You shouldn't say it because people might not understand that you're just being sarcastic and so having a sense of different skills and strategies that you can use a particular setting. I'm hoping we'll give people the opportunity to step up at the moment instead of rehearsing the perfect line. Twenty four hours later when it really isn't going to help Catherine what about in this current moment most of us have been to the grocery store and someone is has gotten too close to us in the shopping. I'll or in the checkout line. What do you say there so I think it's really important and it's time to be able to clearly communicate? That is not okay so I think saying something like. Hey you know. Let's remember social distancing or you know I have a family member at home. Who's you know quite older immuno compromised so again making the person feel bad about themselves but also clearly conveying. What is the nor as my college students were leaving campus. Many of them came by to say goodbye and many of them at the end would reach over to either shake my hand or hoppy and for every single one of them I said. Hey you know. We're practicing social distancing. Let's do away or let's to pat are jazz or let's do an elbow bump and it was very clear that all of them just didn't know what to do and then. I really felt the responsibility as the adult to kind of say. Knock in hug goodbye. You Know Hans. We need to show what is appropriate to do. Do you think that in a moment like this? Adversity can breed resilience absolutely so research for example has shown that adversity tends to make people more compassionate that we see lots of evidence that during difficult times people who've undergone difficulties they tend to become more sympathetic to other people. They tend to be more giving and I think we've seen an outpouring of that in a variety of ways whether it's people organizing to applaud at seven PM as hospital workers championships in various cities. We've seen in terms of people gathering to support local businesses or get takeout from restaurants or independent bookstores. And I think all of that is encouraging. It's also true that adversity gives people skills in terms of coping with difficult events. So my hope is that college students will return to campus. Hopefully this fall and and be able to say you know I gotta see on that mid term but at least that's not as bad as not being able to go to a restaurant or go to the gym or do other things that I might take for granted under normal circumstances Catherine Sanderson. Thanks very much for joining us on. How do we fix it? Thank you so much for the opportunity to talk. We all need more happiness and moral courage in the world these days absolutely and now it is that time in the show. Richard where we take a break and make our recommendations. Yeah my recommendation. This week is a TV. Show firing line with Margaret Hoover. And recently she's had some terrific guests on including Mark Cuban and Scott Gottlieb. And what I like about this show. Is that unlike so many current affairs programs on television. Today I have no idea whether Margaret is a liberal or a conservative she just asked questions in a straightforward way and the questions are short their incisive. The conversation moves fast and I really recommend it. It's on every week on public. Television stations usually on Saturday or Sunday. Yeah actually saw both those interviews and which is funny because one of my recommendations is to watch less news on TV. I've found it's been really nice not to turn the TV on as much normally when. I'm making launch dinner. I've got it on in the background. Usually some cable news channel. And it's been too much lately and so if I do want to put on the TV more often. I'm GONNA toggle over the Turner Classic Movies Channel. I watch most of Ben her the other day. I guarantee you that watching chariot races in ancient Rome was a lot better than watching people argue about the pandemic yet way too much of cable television especially is just aimed at inflaming people and making them feel miserable in the end rather than empowered or or giving them something. That's of Value Richard. I think the Catherine's book really hits on something I've been interested in my whole life. Which is how do people form moral judgements? You know I was a philosophy major in college and I'm still interested in these questions and I think that her focus on the role of the group dynamics the group think in in how we make moral judgments and really many judgments is so crucial. It's not just do we call out bad behavior. Do we step up to do the right thing. Sometimes also do we see a problem. Urging do we see a disaster coming down the Pike? You see a lot of failures in the run-up to this pandemic among people who meant well. But they had a hard time visualizing how bad it could be and then they looked around and nobody else seemed all that word either so almost everyone with a few small exceptions underestimated how bad this thing could get catherine's interviews also repeating themes in our shows for instance cleric Kane Miller who talked about how people with training or more likely to step up and point out incidents of sexual harassment at work and then the theme of how do we change people's minds We had several guests discuss that in in in recent months so Yeah this is very much a home turf for us. It's very easy in these situations. Say LIKE WELL. You just have to do the right thing. You just have to be a better person but in the moment. That's not always so obvious that people are they don't know how to get there. They don't have the tools. So that's why the training's important and that's why she talks about the small steps and help get people towards the right answer or if you're challenging somebody who's saying something that's offensive to people you don't have to stand up and say. I accuse you of being horrible racist. That's not necessarily GONNA help. You might start gently you might start sympathetically and try to defuse the situation before it. It gets worse and that might be both easier for you and be more likely to solve the problem now. Small steps are often a better way to help. People get to the right destination. If you make the steps to big people might not take them and to final thoughts of one that those small steps may make you feel better as you're doing them and to when Catherine said adversity can breed resilience. I love that thought. My guess we'll end with it. It's how to fix it. I'm Richard Davis and I'm Jim megs and our producer is katharine. No she knows not sorry. Verandah and our producer is Miranda Schaefer. Where a production of Davies Content? We make PODCAST FOR COMPANIES AND NONPROFITS. Check out our website at Davies content dot com. And as always. Thanks for listening to this. Podcast is part of the democracy group..

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

How Do We Fix It?

14:51 min | 1 year ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

"Okay I'M GONNA start with this. I have a confession to make. What did you do now Richard? This is about masks back in late January. I flew to Melbourne Australia. And I remember that at the airport arrivals area. Most of the people coming on flights from Asia were wearing masks and I somewhat smugly thought to myself. That's Kinda weird I mean and now I realize that that they were right. I was wrong to judge them. That that wearing a mask indoors when you might infect others is inactive kindness so my view of of wearing masks subsequently has changed in your Defense Richard. I mean you were following the advice of who the World Health Organization and other experts at the time. We're telling us all that we really didn't need to wear to wear masks. Their advice changed. And what's amazing to me is how quickly everyone in the. Us has shifted gears and started wearing masks and our standards have really turned on a dime and that leases us to the subject of this podcast. Why we act turning bystanders into moral rebels Catherine Sanderson yes so worrell rebels seem to be able to and in fact comfortable with standing up and calling out bad behavior even if they're in a group setting in which other people are staying silent even when it might feel terribly hard to do so for the rest of.

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"A lot better than having no social proof. So yeah you once you've done dot com really is a great of launch pad for launching in other places. I absolutely agree with that. So let's corrupt back up here because I think we ought to keep bite-sized while it's like sure. Elsie meal-sized this is you know Americans lunch. Yeah Yeah Yeah so But the next one. We're GONNA talk about Louis gets a rare marketplace. I think we've touched on so Europe. I think that the main thing that interests me is I think Canada and Australia particularly Canada. The people don't talk about it very much. We'll Japan as well because these are places that I feel lamb. You know get ignored. So let's look at the Cinderella marketplace's next but for the moment I'm Kevin Thank you so much fuel very very helpful guidance on mostly getting North America over the gap against the UK. But it's it's not as big a deal you think. Everything's everything's pain and the last thing I would say is if you think Latino. USA is comfortable. Just because it's your country then I would say import taxes and trump and I would take sales tax and if you Google those ten minutes you'll know why that means it's way more complicated than various literally wait up way up in in some kind of context anyway. Thanks very much for your accent. Thanks for having me. That's it thank you so much for your attention a really appreciate it it now over to you I eighty twenty. Everything learned the critical few. Maybe there's one thing in this podcast that can make all the difference. Find that thing. Twenty percent of inputs inputs give eighty percent of the outputs which all critical view then take action. Imperfect action leads perfect inaction every single time..

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"So you can look and see get a general sense. Ants not perfect of course being in a general sense for are similar products to yours working. That's one of the things I think is a is really good. Yes and I think that's Not only can you do that. You should do. Fresh REIKI would recession every single market price of one of the things I would say. There's the obvious differences were say. Office Brits but maybe Americans Americans wear pants. Kind of makes bridge snicker. Because that's what you were underneath what you would call so what I would call trousers. And there's quite a few important differences like the word color is spelt with a you in the UK and in writing differences like that but also in different marketplaces people happen to us for words for things even if that happened to the exact same words they may not be as popular in the UK. Assess time like in a bull pen might be very popular in the UK and it might mean exactly the same in the USA but just not be very good so it's time it might be too competitive in the US aspen okay in the UK is not a good example of terrible example. But you get the idea. I in case Black Iphone X.. Something like very specific like that. Say you always have to Z.. Fresh keyword recess for you all the tools ten generally work in all the marketplaces. Except of course Japan famously but yeah that's worthwhile thing to say I would say Yeah for Americans I know who've sold into UK it's not being too traumatic inexperience trying to get your head around Vat before you know what you're doing is is The biggest barrier. I think I agree with that. And I think a lot of it is just in your head because once you get your head around how it works with a good accountant. They'll sort it out for. Oh you so you don't need to worry about it. You just need to look at your profit and loss is the money coming in or it's money going out in the end of the day so it's not hard the the profit is the difference between what you bring a and what you buy out right so the details of that. I think you're wise to hire an accountant. He's a specialist and then just let them worry about it and I don't think complex. Yeah I agree and you said that word earlier that kind of triggered something in my mind. Those complicated you know making things less complicated and some of the two is. I'm sorry it was competitive. That's the word to use but basically the thing I would say is the. US is the most competitive. 'cause you had mentioned engine. Keywords might not be as competitive and one marketplace where it says the other generally speaking everything's more competitive generally speaking in most cases in the US because that's the shiny penny that's where everybody's going after. That's what everyone wants. So what I would say is a lot of people. Don't want to jump through the hoops. I E fill out the form or have to file quarterly or whatever they have to do to sell in international marketplaces like your upper Canada or wherever else else so. They don't even bother with the thing of it is. Let's say your products just with the pricing is for everyone else if you start looking at what what it would cost you to sell in Europe in factor in VAT because that's included in the price your margins might be less but at the end of the day you're not saying margins to the bank. Think you're taking money to the back and again at sixth grade level math to figure it out and icing. Is You're casting a wider net. So you're going to catch catch more fish and the people I future customers that are in Europe or Canada. Wherever they're not in the US they're not going on AMAZON DOT com? There's a lot of people that are very exclusive to their own marketplace. Because this is what maybe a lot of people don't quite understand is if you live in the UK you can theoretically shopping Amazon dot com. But YOU'RE GONNA it's GONNA take a couple of weeks for things to arrive. You'RE GONNA pay more in shipping. You're going to have to convert things two dollars. You know to pay which may be that your credit card company might charge you international fees or whatever the case is or you can go into Amazon doc dot UK by something in the shipping seems to even faster within the UK than it is within the US and the crazy.

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Who's always a very very interesting interesting topic? Kevin's also the host of the PODCAST YouTube channel of the same name so Kevin warm welcome to the show awesome. Thank you for having me and I definitely have to apparent what you just said there about connecting with other people. You know I think too. Often we get stuck behind our keyboards and we forget that there's people involved in the whole whole Internet. That's why I love doing podcast interviews like this and getting to chat with fantastic people like yourself on three whatever medium. I don't think it matters but like real conversation. Pick up the phone Zim Cools Guy. Whatever get get yourself like crazy and actually get on a train or plane and get to meeting but I really really? I agree thought. Yeah real connection is so great. Let's get started so international selling them really from the. US Perspective obviously quite a global perspective because is based in the UK this democracy small enough that we tend to start by looking earlier the US market dot com and importing from China. SA- same difference. It's anyway at least that's my opinion but this is the US perspective so let's talk about Europe first of all from the US perspective. Let's start with the biggest picture. The questions I mean first of all as an American base salary yourself. Somebody helps America's allies to expand into nasty as their main focus. Is it even worth going to. Europe will another question would be. When should you consider going into your? That's a great question so I think going into international marketplace's if you're already selling on Amazon dot com just makes sense because just to take a step back. I did it pretty early on like one skew and I had four or more like in the pipeline when I registered to go into Canada and I've tried all kinds of different things like you know creating my own shop vice store going on at sea going on Ebay a Going in all these other different places and sometimes we think like Oh. I'm diversifying my revenue streams by going to these places and they're a great and I think we should all try these things but then I realized wait. I'm actually doing better. D going internationally so for my sales in the US and tacking in on another about thirty percents by selling an international marketplaces so for someone back to your original question of does it make sense to go into Europe. I would say yes now..

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"With any team strike two J. Sanderson trade it and we're gonna get into this a little bit more later on in the program as well a guy who probably doesn't get the recognition that he deserves for what he did with the team there are certainly some inconsistencies there and that's probably why when he was good he was really really good unfortunately there were times where he was not as good it appears that the team was not going to pick up his option for this upcoming season so they're able to trade him to at least get something for him right visually baseball players continue to accuse a general managers and owners and everybody on the on the team side of things of collusion and that once again it came into play this past week as the head of the baseball players union Tony Clark issued a statement yesterday in response to remarks made by Braves general manager Alex and topless he was doing a conference call with the media and he said quote every day this Fuhrman topless I should say every day you get more information and we've had time to connect with twenty seven of the clubs obviously the Astors and nationals being in the World Series they were tied up but we've had a chance to get a sense of what other clubs are going to look to do in free agency who might be available and traits the problem with that is according to the baseball labor contract general managers are not allowed to discuss with other general managers what they're planning to do in free agency because that creates the idea of a collusion air that that's what the the player's associations worried about now and topless did issue a statement after Tony Clark issued his statement so we got statements being issued all over the place and and topless tried to save that what he was actually saying was the conversation for about what players might be available via trade not so much free agency but it's even if it was just a little bit of a slip up in the words they were using right now with the hyper sensitive feelings about players not getting paid what they need to get paid an overall general managers and owners tried take salaries in a downward direction.

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Racing Post

"Opportunity for him. He loves to cause. I think I'm buying can only haven't done some serious this practice for it. I think if he can get off to a good start nurse morning teatime flat calm on Thursday a warm sunshine a think yeah I think get off to a decent star star think you'll really grow into the event and if he gets a winning chance this time in the past he's been Ab- Edgy. You know big tournament now the open champion. I think it will be a colossus on leaderboard lovely stuff right there. Nothing there's four other fence. He's on a fair way down. The list only four big process Jost Luis Horn is is the next best I he's a six time European champion. I think he's a strong enough character to handle the PG. He's got a good record in in in UK events. I mean this is going to be crowns. This way. Your average European tour events attract the the atmosphere that this will will you know it'd be very very well attended event. I think Lewis and can have won the Wales Open before he hasn't done yourself justice justice in in this event in previous previous she is but is swing as really clicked into gear and in in the last three tournaments is finished sixth nineteenth and I I in Greens in regulation his last three tournaments strike in his bowl absolutely magnificent he just needs to warm up a little bit and it'd be be a serious contender recruited a new caddy it stop the street just before the Scandinavian invitation Martin Bosh onto his bag yeah I i Young County and they've jailed superbia found eighteen greens in Regulation Lewis not in round three of the Scandinavian invitation he found eighty five percent of green Jim Regulation last last time out and the callum open last week so yeah he is long game is in pristine condition as I say when worth is a tough tee-to-green says so yes house Lewis Lincoln Chase Omb Shane lowry and then again three more massive process marcus can halt. You know I'm a big fan of him mentioned a lot but I think we'll get our reward soon. He won the British masters in south boy in May a really gutsy effort might Wallison Eddie Pepperell in that he seems to enjoy playing in England won the trophy by eight shots as an amateur qualify for the US Open it Walton Wilson Heath in June back another sorry this week access the plane. Why would it go for play veteran England. It doesn't seem any logic in well in the Scandinavian press into play well in England of similar temperatures similar climates show chilly mornings and yeah yeah that you'll be you'll be amazed how the Scandinavians in the English team to perform well in in those events so yeah I think it is a factor and an and the biggest factor of all is Kim host performance at Wentworth last year making his debut open with a seventy four he came into that event of foam figures of miscount miscount miscount Miss Sixty three it was the world number two number two hundred and three of rookie maiden so he's staring at another makeup and then he fired rounds of sixty seven sixty eight and seventy to finish. He's twelve is amazing comeback. Each massive hit the Wentworth is for him and this time overseas got the wind. He's much more confident close with a pair of sixty fives in his last event across Sir Marcus Kin who is the pick of the outsiders Alexander Buke number. Four two solid previous went spins fourteen for twenty-seventh current form of twenty three twenty twenty eight twenty two cents the Open well-suited Simon it was runner up in the British Masters Warren Hyphen sorry last year and in the former one Andrea Pavan. We've been following immolate lately. He won the BMW International in June was fourth in the Scottish Open in July and is is phone NAS three events a three sixteen twelve so PA- evanger bursting with former confidence of thinking play went with while he hasn't done in the past but he's never audience in such a vibrant fashion now. It's going to be interesting because guys you've picked that because all of a sudden big guns of the swaggered into town haven't I let's go through them and obviously started rory mcilroy lockers as the market leader six to one with stars that looking at the table and racing besides industry best. Saudi matching Glenn on the guys at starts trying to get him. Is that a defensible plight you think. I think they should try and get him yeah. I.

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"j. sanderson" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"j. sanderson" Discussed on Overdue

"Is the name of the brandon sanderson wicky yes dude has published between one and three novels and a ton of short stories and novel at s novellas i don't know what the difference is and thala gies and all kinds of other stuff but between one and three novels a year between two thousand five and now and that's and he's got announced that many announced works in twenty eight teen and into twenty nineteen well so i read that he teaches once a year a creative writing course at university i i don't want to cast aspersions on mr sanderson to believe that your story better be pretty good for him to actually pay attention if he's doing this much right i thought you were going to yes and maybe he is stealing the souls of young writer yes help him self right more because he wrote sula the sea witch situation where a lot of unable to write and he has claimed their story and he is got their their writing ability in like a clam that he wears out his neck or whatever there's not too much on him because his bank claim to fame is that he is a commercially successful prolific sifi fancy writer right yeah he did attend brigham young brigham young university for undergrad and graduate took a leave to go work for the mormon church in south korea came back and switch from biochem to english lit like you do yeah right those there's a.

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