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"jellison" Discussed on The Bob Show
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"jellison" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"He says that he is off your so means proud of of the cubans because people said cubans don't support and obviously he's felt that my me. A job dotted. He says super champion. Va super jumping folk. Coupon donaldson also. So that means f you to all the hate is also means jealous. The people that a- jellison in i mean so that it is he's going to keep repeating it. But i just you know it's in my title. I want anybody thinking. I'm putting words in my man's mouth but Yemen balls in his corner. Now i wanna see like you said is he. Does he turn into a now heyman boy now because he got the big win you know that. Let me let me just for those that you know. We're not going to his by step was injured. I mean i. I will fooled. I thought was injured. It wasn't you know he's been a little bit showmanship but if it was wayne even see one. Hundred percent goes against pack. Ya and that's scary. I mean that's obviously a possibility. It's it's crazy though because you know the world was so sure. He had something wrong with his arm. You know an even when carpenter reached out to louis. The kuba in the kuba said carpenter. I mean rather carpenter. said lewis. Kuba said that that that that there was nothing wrong with arm. We you know we just wrote it off. He's supposed to say that. What is he going to say he's got tearing who's gonna fight like a warrior. No so i mean he really fought like you didn't have anything wrong with the arm but i mean come on. There was there was. There was ice. Everything i mean i mean i mean is someone pulling the strings like. Is that elaborate. That he's like man. Listen we gotta sweat abedin. Linemen put put the ice on do videos leak a few pictures because he had me fooled. I mean that shit look like his his arm look like anaconda swallowed like a rat his it had a ball inside the bassett. I wasn't seeing things. That people like photoshop. That shit is in a video right there. You can see it in the video. So i don't know man but let me open up these phone lines a case you guys want to call in you know the number to do so is one four to five five six nine fifty to forty.
"jellison" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa
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"jellison" Discussed on Bald and Blonde
"I don't even need to justify read when i tried to take something away from you because i feel i would want to participate in it as well actually. I'm stealing from you. Isn't that the case. But yeah you could say that way. I think more importantly is what you said before that. It does nothing for you. What does nothing for me. Being jealous of the expert. Will the situation you've describing. What would i feel. It does nothing for you does a feeling that way in staying being victim to that feeling does nothing for you. So you mean there's no return on investment. Well there is because i will feel sour. I will feel angry. I feel may be abandoned. I feel ignored. nothing positive. See words matter sweetheart and even a they. I missed what you see. How interesting it is. And it's so important that we then pointed out to be able to communicate if i would have let it sit and now started assuming okay so there's nothing in for music which you thinking and i just jumped to conclusions and the mess starts to win going back but isn't it the case that let's say once a week the wife would like to go with her girlfriends for lunch or for walk in the park or meeting other friends or maybe. She wants to go to the doctor to with her friends. Now if she'd describe it upfront. Let's say her husband is more on the jellison spectrum of his life when she can say look. This brings me so much joy. And i like to fill up the container of joy because then i can bring it into our relationship and in our relationship we will both benefit from it and if he's then still very jealous then i'd say hey man you have some work to do call me. Finally i helped. Is it important to realize that it's okay to have a playful jealousy. maybe yes. I'm not in disagreement with that. But let's go to the root because actually i believe it means that someone else has something that i cannot have and because i think that way it makes my emotions in motion and that and steaming and then i get upset and i may say things. I don't mean that way but only in that moment and later on i regretted or resented or maybe not. Let's a different level of expressing anger. That i'm not even resenting what i said or not even sorry. Yeah i would say to that to ask yourself if that is what i want. Then how can i get it for myself. Instead of thinking in sowell terms of. I can't have sat or i don't have that intended iran for yourself and say hat. Can i have that. If that's what i want now. Let's go back to the two people who started dating. there are some people who are more monogamous than others. If i'm looking for a monogamous relationship. I think it is my responsibility and right to speak up for that and share with the person and just seeing look so this is how i see. This is how i can see as evolving. this is how i can see us growing. Maybe i want children. Maybe i don't want children. These are very important aspects that can be stated and can be discussed out in the open instead of assuming and i can share my standards..
"jellison" Discussed on Ouve Isso
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What About Canada's Blueprint for an Amazing Health Data System
"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Justin ling is a freelance writer based in montreal who reports four among other places vice the globe and mail. And for this piece mcclain's justice adrian. Why don't you start with What's going to make every canadian listening to jellison. And tell us how israel got so many vaccines and why right so going back news at the start of the vaccine conversation really last summer or thereabouts. When a bunch of countries we're going around to various vaccine manufacturers and trying to figure out You know how much they're going to pay per dose when those doses are going to arrive which company they're going to go with so on and so forth. Israel did something very very clever and it's something that israel has sort of been delivering up towards for a long time. They went to pfizer for the most part. But also madonna and some others and said listen. We're gonna pay you a really good price for these vaccines and we want them fast and we want them in large quantities. And here's our proposition to you. We'll collect all the data you need. All the data on efficacy on adverse reactions on you know how long This immunity might last four on how quick it might come about Whether one shot is better than two shots whether there's some people who shouldn't get it whether there's some people who should get one dose and not the other israel basically said we can collect that data and we can give it to you and that for a drug company especially in the midst of all of this is extraordinarily valuable. Wild really be concerned at all about the safety of these vaccines. It is accurate to say that this entire process was truncated to allege degree. We went through the clinical trials of these vaccines much faster than we would normal circumstance. So israel's offer here was this sort of meant and sort of finish up and provide a really long look About the data of these vaccines and sort of a real life. Clinical trial
"jellison" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Problems right now, through Hank's point on Breckenridge Lane Taylor's a road and hikes line this morning. Our next report in 10 minutes. I'm Bobby Jellison News radio. Wait 40 w h A s I'm Wook. Why Meteorologist a mammal? Oh ceviche with a Tuesday forecast it has another day with mostly cloudy. Chilly conditions and highs near 40 degrees will keep it mostly cloudy tonight with a low near 36. But temperatures will be warming towards sunrise. And it's gonna be a breezy warm day tomorrow with highs near 60 degrees ahead of rain chances, especially Wednesday night into Thursday, with cooler highs near 42. The rain chances continue Friday. At your latest wook. Why forecast a man Milosevic, Kentucky and it's breaking news. Weather and traffic station. This is news radio. Wait. 40 w h A s your news now. Good morning. It's 7 30. I'm Will Clark News Radio. A 40. W. H. J s our top stories Governor Andy Bashir, Who says that Kentucky Stop the third wave of covert 19 cases. The number of covert cases has declined for four consecutive weeks. Governor Bashir credits the restrictions that were placed on restaurants and bars, social gatherings and schools. Now remember the deaths trail cases. And so we're still seeing the death toll of that exponential increase, and it's heartbreaking, but the weeks to come should be better based on your decisions to do things right. There were 1455 new cases and eight new deaths reported on Monday. The positivity rate is 7.97%. Hall Miles news radio 8 40 w H. A s as the covert 19 vaccine rolls out across the state..
"jellison" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast
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"jellison" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"Now it's time for all of your wonderful feedback. Philip prado emailed us show up until you poke dog. Currently i use the provider cloud mode to host my next cloud instance and i keep my media library on my personal desktop at home which i access using jellison. I love both next cloud and jedi fan. But i was really hoping to move both of those services to one roof so i don't have to manage to separate locations. The problem is. I don't want to leave my power hungry desktop on if i can help it so i would either like an affordable. Vps which can become home. To both services or an affordable rig. I can manage from my home. I'm not sure. If iran reply will be powerful enough to stream. The movies and tv shows at ten eighty. Pay to me at my five other family members who also take advantage of my library also. I love the idea of a headless server since that seems too much of a headache to manage for someone who just wants to have easy access to his own digital property. If you have any suggestions feedback. I would appreciate it because i am really not quite sure. What the best route is. I have opinions. Go for i would say having a headless server is not such a bad idea. I've recently moved my headless servers. Up into the loft or attic. And they've got a network cable coming down so they're plugged into the network so they're out of sight out of mind and there's not really much admin i need to do on that over and above an affordable. Vps like a vps is just a server out there in the cloud and this is a server that sap upstairs and i basically do no apponaug install the software dump tower media on it and it serves up over my network and it's out of the way and it's quite because it's in the loft and another thing i would say is now. I've built a headless team box. I if i need to do anything on that are use extra guy to get a remote desktop. So any if i go on my laptop. I've got my mouse and keyboard next to connect to the desktop session. Austell to new desktop session on the remote box. And i can still administer it using all the graphical tools by don't have screening cable plugged into it right and in this case next cloud and plex. Both of those are managed three web front ends anyway. So do you really need you. Know a full machine with a display. What have you to access those web services. The only time i've.
"jellison" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Hydroplane races torchlight parade and the fourth of July fireworks seafarers Patrick Harris and given the uncertainty surrounding the public health safety and combined with guidance for local and state governments we just really came to the realization that we really need to reschedule all of the signature events first you fare into summer of twenty twenty one there is concern the corona virus could spread in the large crowds of seafarer events typically see Spokane leaders expect to have businesses up and running by this upcoming holiday weekend we made it clear to the governor that we want to be in phase two for Memorial Day weekend yesterday the governor gave ten counties including Spokane county the go ahead to move into a phase two re opening credit check so why TV since they have already submitted an application the state simply wants the county to update its coronavirus numbers and if that's successful and it will be Spokane county can open restaurants and barbershops salons salons camping pet services while also allowing very small gatherings the reports of the early success of a covert nineteen vaccine are hopeful but overall it just says it's too early to pop the champagne people should be taught that a lot of people are sort of confused shocked having antibodies with meaning that you are in fact completely protect it and the new year and that's not always necessarily the case HighRadius universalist folk with Columbia University for Allah just Dr Angela Rasmussen she says she worries that by rushing ahead we could end up sending out a vaccine that is ineffective or has unacceptable side effects the owner of Arlington's P. A. fitness tells us he could not open Wednesday because he faced a two thousand dollar fine from the state for each person allowed to work out Mike Jellison tells us even when the gyms can re open the state guidelines make it nearly impossible for any of them to turn a profit the spacing requirements are just one problem but you're gonna have sold minimal amount of people in there and that and you have to take classes for this virus in it just if you can put more people out of business they've got to rethink that part of the process P. A. fitness in northwest fitness in Puyallup had been open until today yesterday the state Attorney General announced a consumer protection lawsuit against the gym saying they're open doors give them an unfair advantage.
"jellison" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Full confidence in Iowans and I have full confidence in our businesses to do the right thing late Wednesday Wisconsin state Supreme Court struck down the governor stayed home Warner but Illinois governor JB Pritzker warned against moving too quickly this pandemic is not over more than thirty seven hundred have died in Illinois with the majority of coronavirus cases in and around Chicago washing St Seattle and king county are urging you to use face masks in all indoor public spaces and some grocery stores are requiring them governor Jay Inslee today ordered a freeze on most of state government hiring and spending it's fallout from the cost of the coronavirus response and of course related financial losses the order does allow hiring and spending in areas of public safety health and of course tax collection a gym in Arlington has reopened defying the governor's order Mike Jellison owns P. A. fitness new tells Katie teaches Jason rants he thought based on what the president said that he be allowed to re open right away health and fitness in phase one was essential because mentally and physically it was essential I mean that's what he had stated and that's what I thought the situation would end up being when he found out under governor Inslee's plan gyms are not allowed to reopen yet you did it anyway says stays already contacted him with a complaint he has no intention of closing it still so difficult to get a real person on the line at the unemployment office that some people are resorting to bombarding them with calls Brian Zimmerman and a friend were trying to sign up his fiance for benefits they told car radios G. interest live actually after about an hour just basically spam calling them over and over and over again we finally get another person this person was able to transfer up to somebody who I believe what about my claim specialist place up on hold it was about two and a half hours or so now the Washington employment security department is so busy that it's asking you not to call their toll free numbers for for for one week that's starting today that's a specialist can focus on outbound calls to resolve issues for people who.
‘Come Arrest Me’: Seattle-Area Gym Owner Defies Orders He Says Infringe On Constitutional Rights
"They're pumping iron again at P. A. fitness in Arlington the gym reopened yesterday in defiance of the governor stay home order now the owner spoke with como's Michelle Esteban our constitutional rights are being violated so badly Mike Jellison considers his Arlington gym an essential business dozens of his members who showed up echoed what he insists that working out of their gym is essential to their physical and mental well being and Johnson said he re opened after adding safety measures are a favorite of the printer temperature screening station at the door social distancing spaces half the equipment removed to make space machines disinfected before and after use gels and got an email notifying the gym it was out of compliance he was surprised by how quickly that happened but told me he had nothing else to lose by opening other than his livelihood we're talking
"jellison" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"But it's more. It's more important that you're on a contender to win the Heisman than almost anything else. Yeah. And I'm not sure how many guys they lost. But then lost a lot, by the way. Yeah. And see, I was looking at Oklahoma schedule, and they really don't play anybody. So I could see Jalen putting up big numbers. Well, Oklahoma has we looked at it earlier. They play Texas. And there's there at UCLA and believe they opened with Houston. No, I don't see a lot of danger other than Texas on that schedule. Yeah. I think it'd be neat to see. Jalen win the husband. You know coming. I'm a big Bama guy. But I, I think I, I think I think the majority of Alabama fans would root for him. Now, listen. I'm sure there's some guy in the hinterlands who, who would root for who's going to call you, call you and me and say that no matter who the player in Alabama is should win. But that's natural. Hey, thanks. Good to hear from you. Really good call. We are continuing with mortals, and Ken is up next. Can go right ahead. Hey, this is okay anthem read by Alabama. I hope I do better job this time I did last time I got Tom tied but. The Bill was wanna bring up this time as coaches. I don't know if you've got a list, coaches, are you might be able to get one together, but Jimmy Jellison, you know, Jimmy Johnson. They him and Jerry Jones won a championship as player Jimmy Johnson won a championship as a college coach. So then he wanted to championship as Super Bowl are in effect coach. And I, I just wanted, I know stay Spurrier I think he splits have been shield and one nine Heisman as a player in the coach. And then he wasn't national championship as a coach, but and then you got married Switzer won the national championship, Oklahoma, right? Anyone to save for Super Bowl and and fail. I just wonder how many coaches is. You know, I wonder for those who Jimmy Johnson played on national championship team. One, one in college one, one in the NFL. I'm trying to think of anyone else is in that is in that, you know, to win a championship and then to the Tri fact is extremely difficult. Right. You know, help fouled it though I said, well, you know, I don't know. I'm trying to think off the top of my head. And I'm not sure I'm not sure I'm going to I'm going to come up with one. I'll let that marinate out there. I bet somebody will maybe give us another possibility, but spur definitely not one and I mean first of all, there are only a handful of coaches who have won a Super Bowl. So let's start there Davos weenie has won two of the he's one two of the two that he's contended with he wanted. He wanted to college player national title and he's won national championship as a head coach. Ever coach in the NFL Dabbagh was one of the people that could still do it. I just wondered, you know, I mode ahead to be a the try fate. No, they had to be shortly. By the way, I you I'm not I'm afraid to say there isn't anyone else. But. I can't think of anyone else. All I appreciate it. If you didn't big game. But doing basketball Bill. Russell won one title. I think is a player as a Olympia in a as a as a as a player in the NBA and a head coach. But that's we're, we're talking about college football here in prophet. If you need your listeners or anybody else in think of anybody else. Like I said, I've, I've thought about it, and I couldn't tell it with nobody else, but I'm just glad I done better and didn't get out on time and twisted on this go. Last time I just got stroke, I guess, I'll tell you what you're the best call we've ever had from red bay Alabama. Oh Joe's you'll be my end. Thanks for the call. We'll take a break. Back with much, much more. John u bacon next. You're listening to Paul finebaum show podcast back as we continue here, brother mortgage phone calls at.
"jellison" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"That teaching from the yoga sutras. Thankfully. So like, basically replacing negative thinking with positive or opposite thoughts or just reflecting on your negative thinking. So I was thinking about about Howard's killing Jellison and part of the two that I I was kind of hunting to restart my whole like yoga career down here in the southern California. I just was feeling overwhelmed by the idea of all the marketing, and the kind of self promotion that's necessary in yoga world, and has really this thing that I think that's something that you are fantastic hash not same self promotion that just promotion of excessively again and celebrating on the amazing teaches and practitioners and just like sharing this really great diversity of here. Only different bodies all if these different needs in the old practicing yoga, and he might be the one person in your town. That's doing it. But you are connecting people with this global community. Yeah. That was exactly my mind idea. So when I really reflected on my kind of selfish, worry and feeling like solution loneliness. I realized that turn it around to me the opposite of that is to support others. And so I literally like I had this realization at that moment that it was honestly like vision that came to me of my friend, Sherry clampett on a stage. And I realized that I needed to create a platform for yoga teachers who do the work that I admire and now and also served me. But my, you know, my my focus was rather than on myself. It's actually supporting anyone who's doing that work. Anyone who's trying to make yoga accessible, and that's why I created the conference that we started to conference in Allah's night-vision sharing being on a stage. And I thought oh we can have conference, and she could be a speaker. But she was at the first conference. So I was testing fighting. Yeah. And I'm glad you I appreciate your noticing. That is actually what I do. I actually I don't share my. Own teaching very much. It's a practice of mine. Now, I mean since then you just focus on others and to try to let other people out who do the work. I admire. Yeah. Well, you definitely reaching a global audience because we've seen you away from elven right here. We are not quite amazing though. I'm kind of amazed by myself that it's actually because I was doing something that was not about me. You know what I mean? Yeah. Yeah. Believe it myself too. My my egos still thinks I have to worry about myself all the time, but really? It all happens and my legs. Just totally changed after that. It was just like amazing. It's been like an explosion accessible yoga. I couldn't imagine. It. Would you like to tell us a little bit more about the conferences? Yeah. So I mean, that's the underlying themes for me, still I try to come back to that idea of mutual support and community and education, and and not with the conferences are about. And you know, these days so much happens online, but I really enjoy being in community in person with people. So that's why we do them. It takes a lot of a lot that ridiculous amount of work actually, organiz November. You know, like when I looked at what I can do online versus what I have to do the credit conference. It's kind of silly. But it's worth that. Because it's like a thank is feeling of a family reunion on at this point. We've had about six ready. And I think I think and there's a lot of the same people and even a lot of new people too. But it just has a very sweet feeling their community. And they're not. Usually just under two hundred people at each one an extra quite a lot of presenter have around twenty year when in fact presenters because I want to give everyone up for. It's nice. It's really just like a networking get to know each other learn a little bit too. There's lots of short presentations, people can learn about many different things happening in yoga on my ideas. Like, you could come to a conference in many meet ten or twenty different teachers in the decided oh God. I have to study with that person. It's just like a little test. Yeah. And and I always give a homework assignment which actually posted today on our Facebook group the same one, which is I tell him comes there. I try to get them to do the same thing that I'm doing which is I say, I'm somebody here who you can support. But that's your homework assignment. While you're here is like meet someone. Yeah. And like see if you're excited about the work and find a way to help them. And then someone has to do that for you. Hopefully. But it's so nice. And actually I've seen a lot of amazing things come out of that. Really? That sounds lovely. I could be a little negative about it to just say, I think that yoga, you know, we're facing kind of large commercial interests than yoga, and I feel like this is the only way I can think of right now to counteract that, you know. Yeah. And it's counteracting in a really positive powerful way. Not just being. Oh, this isn't what you're is about. It's not just United skinny buddies in leggings, but you'll actually showing an alternative and showing an alternative way that could really you know, if someone's perception of yoga is just what they say on Instagram, it could just be a complete ten of life. This is not for me. This is not who I am. This is not what I'm all about as, but because you just shy Siamese different perspectives. You really give this full breadth of all yoga has to offer. But also, he kind of give voice to other people who might be a little bit hesitant about putting their own point of view out this I think it works in a lot of levels. And I think it's really powerful regarding. It's interesting to me about the commercial the commercialization of yoga kind of how this very. Very dangerous effect in ways. We don't even see a one of them is that many people don't think they can practice teach or they could teach. So even people who are practicing love yoga, they many people who you know, they they might be passionate about yoga. I think oh, I couldn't be yoga teacher because I don't look like, I don't look like that image. I see. So I think that's that's essential to me. I think we need to have more diversity in our teachers, and that that's the only way to do it. Like like, you're saying I'd like to put people out there kind of them up and say, look, you could be a teacher to anyone can anyone who's passionate about yoga yoga's future. You don't have to Bill to do anything extreme. I've I'm trained people who are very limited mobility, people in new us world's fairs or whatever. I mean, Matthew Sanford is an example can know him like powerful Uber teachers, I know paralyzed from the waist down is incredible. But anyway, you know, anyone who is passionate about yoga can share it. I think that that's what needs to change is that misconceive. Option of what you'll get in can do it. And I just want to just go back again to my early days as an Acuras because I actually say so much of that is still in my head. And I think the community organizing I'm doing comes directly out of activism and really trying to find ways to give voice to people outside of mainstream channels to what we're doing marching on the streets back then now now there's other ways.
"jellison" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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Serendipity for the 'Mueller, She Wrote' podcast
"Muller? She wrote has been a weekly podcast since two thousand seventeen examining the developments in the investigation by Robert Muller into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election episodes are occasionally taped before a live audience and one was scheduled for last night at Largo here in Los Angeles, and then serendipity struck when it was announced that the mole report would be released that same day, the podcast hosts are stand up comedians, Jellison Johnson, Jordan, Coburn and a woman who only goes by her initials, and now please welcome the host of more. She wrote. He g won't reveal her full name because she's a federal employee whose prohibited by law from participating in partisan political activities, I was in the audience for last night's taping. And then spoke with Jordan, Coburn and AG afterward. And I began by asking AG how the timing of the mole report changed her show last night. It literally changed like twenty minutes before we got here because we've had the same structure for live shows that we've been doing for all two of our previous life show, so far I was like we can't just act like it's a normal day. You guys we have a really great show planned for you that we just scrapped, and we were probably gonna go right off the cuff or this called going and cold. But we hope you enjoy it. We're going to do some sabotage. We're gonna do some fantasy indictment league. Because you we normally keep it a little bit more light hearted and fun and have some games involved. You know in the live show. We'd like a quiz section on our news stories. But yeah, we had to switch it last minute. You go by the initials AG, and for people who don't understand does does that have something to do with the hatch act, and why are your initials in the hatch act in some way connected for people who don't understand what the hatch act is. I'm going out of my way extra to not violate the hatch act because I work for Trump's executive branch. And so the hatch act basically says that you you can't use your agency or title as federal government employees to advocate for or against a somebody running for political office. And we know Trump's been running since the day he got into office because that's his moneymaker. I take a step further. I could use my name. I just want to keep it all out of it. And I want to keep a nice giant crowbar separation between what I do at night and on the weekends. And what I do during the day. What do you think your work, and your background give you in terms of understanding issues that other people might not have working in the government? And I think you're veterans that right, right? What does that perspective? Give you how understanding how absolutely slow the government roles. It's just so Celo and people right now they want answers now. And they, you know, they just don't understand why things take so long, and I hope that I can lend some explanation as to why they do and that it's actually that way for a purpose. When the report came out did you say to yourself? That's it for the podcast because I mean, obviously, the title of the podcast is Muller. She wrote and Miller has written. I'm not sure really because I I don't feel that I'd dictate where this show goes. I think the listeners dictate whether or not the show keeps happening, but you know, personally, we've got twenty offspring investigations from this. That are still open an ongoing we've got the stone trial that doesn't start till November. We've got bijon key on July. We'll keep covering it. If people keep needing us. To cover it. Yeah. I think we know that there's a lot to be covered and could go on for a very long time. But my fear, I guess was that people would take bars four-page summary and think that that means shops closing up, and that's all there's to be seen. But I don't think that's how our fans are. And I think we have a lot more to do. Everyone was like, oh, they're done. No further indictments. And then boom, Greg Craig it's dieted yet. Mr. first name since right? One indictment bridge. Name. Yeah. What you that's the real crime who first name. What do you think it is that you give listeners that maybe they can't find some other place? I think we remove the talking angry heads that a lot of people get tired of. But mostly the whole mission of this was to keep people interested in keep people engaged and to keep it simple. And to to take these traumatic and important events in spin them into humor, it it kind of helps us get through it. It's kind of like if you don't laugh, you'll cry and fans say that we were curatorial journalists and everything that we do we always provide context as well. So it's it's like very as a huge story, obviously and everything fits in a time line. And I think we do a good job of reminding everyone the the importance of each news bid that comes up and keep it rolling in a way that's easy to digest. And yet in a very recent episode of your podcast, you
"jellison" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Then he's not feeling actually with the problems that exist that is not going to solve. Knicks worse we've got to deal with what is happening at the border comprehensive immigration reform and actually deal with why people are fleeing their countries to come here in the first place. President Trump threatening to close the US Mexico border next week, if Mexico doesn't stop caravans coming in from Central America and FOX Jellison Barbara says that is getting pushback the US chamber of commerce disagrees. They say if the US Mexico border shutdown. It will be an economic debacle in that quote closing our doors to the one point seven billion dollars in daily goods trade with Mexico would be an unforced error that would inflict lasting damage on US markets and economic growth. Democrats say it is bad policy and morally bankrupt, New Mexico. Senator Tom udall tweeted, the president is not a dictator who can unilaterally closed the border like this. But this offensive gret shows how out of touch President Trump is with our border communities. Our border is a bright spot of trade economic activity. And cultural vibrancy. Meanwhile, the government warns at the US immigration system is at a breaking point. This is Fox News. Stern. Chevy. Listening. Motors. Motors. Finance? It Easterns automotive group where your job is your credit is mad this March to put.
"jellison" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Can we help you jokes afternoon, gentlemen? High just wanted to make sure you guys wanna aware. I actually did some research on there is actually mail. Come and see no come on. Okay. Well, I mean, how else would they breed exactly? Seven five seven nine hundred SX. What's that other? What's that other come quite product? You have over there on the right behind the phone this one. Yeah. This is a this is come quad salsa. You ever had a Mexican come cloudy ever guzzle down? Patriots come out yet. It looks nice got some spicy, come cloud juice. And then there's come quad strawberry preserved allow quad jelly income quad jam. No, I don't wanna come quad jelly, Mojo. Hide gotta live. Hello. Hello, drew. Hi. How are you? Hattie, patty. What's up? Well, I'm trying to get to the jail because I'm starting to jail ministry, and my car is we're talking about a serious issue right now. Patty, hijacker, Terry. This is very serious. We're talking about right now is is very serious. Have you ever tried to get a quiet stain out of your clothes? It can be very difficult. No, I haven't. Hi, drew a life. I'm not letting her hijack no way you're not getting passes cockpit door cockpit. And come quite. Hello. You ever have come quad right out of a cockpit before no man, I'll tell you a pilot as a small child I was on a Pan Am flight. And and the pilots said young man, would you like to check out my cockpit. And I said I most certainly would not and my uncle said, no no at Safeco with him. So I went up to I checked out the strange cockpit. And what do you know? Right. When we get in that cockpit. What does he whip out a jar? Calm quiet. And he says after this cockpit. You're going to check out some quiet, and you're gonna like it. And I did as a little boy, I lapped it up to you. You. Hey, what's up? Hey, just seeing him maybe shuttle seldom comfortable, if you guys sit in a circle, then Danny and you'll we could do we could pull out some of that venison jerky that that John like Somalia, and we do a circle. And then we follow that up with all of us tasting each other's come. Thanks, man. Going to do a jerky circle seventy seven five seven nine hundred five to juice are come caught onto biscuit. And whoever juices last has to eat it. Perfect. Perfect. 'cause I think I could use my pretty quickly especially now. Hello Judy alive. Ruined did things man. Right, right. Like, we're trying to evolve discussion here live. Hello. What's happening? You tell me guy man, so dated a girl Germano. Stop. Stuff that they were uncut quad Crees for these are more like Bush's, and the story is the Bush Bush been taste, even tweeter. Seventy seven five seventy five. You know, why he saw versus right? This is what we talked about yesterday. We had to dump him for for the word that he unintentionally said it takes them back to that place. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's why you don't wanna try. Yeah. I mean, he's obviously been haunted by the fruit and the word his entire life. I, you know, I, yeah, I'm haunted by things that just happened in here on a regular basis. I'm haunted right now. Let me deal with the demons you guys enjoy your fruit juice, one for you. I don't actually want you to do anything. What you just go drip on NewsRadio. Need you? Leave your chair you stay over there. You're good. You enjoy your Jellison salsa. You can tell he's kind of intimidated ask for it. So he might need you to kind of get cut your onto him. I don't. Do you have a water gun or anything that you could load that stuff into town? Cloudy. I can. Make sure you shoot a right into his mouth. Actually, please don't do any vascular. Glad.
"jellison" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"And that doesn't mean you have to give everything about yourself away. You know, you can cheese much. You wanna give? But that curated thing of you know, you look at someone's picture anything took that picture sixty five times, or you know, we see in the street doing it. You know, people taking photos fifteen times, I don't really want any of that. And I can see how I could get sucked into. I'm not saying I'm better than that. Because I could see how how easy it must be together. Geez. By that. But I'm ready. I'm really going to try not to do that. I think more than anything is probably unhealthy for the person doing it rather than I mean because it reminds Matt she watching all the Q nails in king. That's the closest like the most honest thing actually 'cause 'cause literally you're in the pub with Utada felt like oh so of just saying there having Warren chatting away, I wasn't. So it didn't feel. I guess that's very modern thing. I'm trying to think twenty years ago. What if I told myself, not you're going to be talking strangers on your phone in a pub, but finally natural again, let you know you've done it once and it, and it feels really fun. And then you don't wanna ruin that by so doing it more consciously again, you kind of want it feels right? Yeah. I didn't. I mean, I find such media. Terrifying. And weird. I'm in imagine a fifteen year old feels he's known it forever. Just god. Same. I mean, speaking of social media because you in the news a while ago when you got married again. Yes. And it's funny. I bet it's funny for people who kind of know you and your husband kind of separately fuel separate things, and you're like, wow, using and then I notice people on Instagram quite like Bantry as a couple you guys. And I wanted how you feel about that. Do you mind that is weird because for a long time? I didn't tell anyone that we were dating. I mean, obviously, I friends and stuff, but I wasn't so on Instagram being like. His my boyfriend and he didn't do either. You know, I was never under his page or anything. And then we go engaged and people he's over nnounced, you know, the, and then we got married, and so and then it was a bit kinda council the bag not in a kind of we were trying to keep a secret. We're not interesting. But now people know the I am married to him. And people knew that he's married to me. We do get more kind of together. And it's nice people. In is no one's ever solve mean. I guess sometimes we might have different different people that like us for different reasons. And then there is an overlap, but I'm not celebrity like, I'm a journalist in a and so is a bit where like a defined a bit strange like we got we got like Pfizer graft on the red carpet ones. And that was just really like I should not be hit. This is wrong. Like it. Jay, thank because you're journalists as well. That's always going to be that like I know what you'll doing like if someone's trying to get you'll pinch. It's almost like you're you're in the world. Like, you know, this is all about. Yeah. And I think I have this huge degree of cynicism about it and kind of like roof, you know, celebrity. What does this mean, you know, this is terrible. And so a bit pompous about it. And like, you know, but then again, like he's not every night like a big event also like putting his name to a bunch of stuff. So he's really low profile. So it's kind of fine. I guess, you know, if he was made in Chelsea it would be much weird. But I guess he has a bowl costing job. And he sees as job. So I guess that makes it easier. But yeah, being a journalist is definitely is definitely a weird thing to also. You know, be married someone who's over bit more public Jellison aunt really in a normally we'll bit scruffy in..
"jellison" Discussed on Recode Decode
"You know, it was mostly founders. Right. You know, we became really a destination for entrepreneurs who not only could tell their story live twenty four hours a day. But now had a very extensive digital video platform that. Could also be distributed beyond that to the who lose, and you know beyond. And so we transform the business accelerator the growth in the business and really became a destination for for brands, and entertainment, and we were on the first businesses to ever launch our own gaming platform called Aitchison, arcade. And the casual game front talk about the link with that why would you 'cause people already they're being entertained? So, you know, I think sometimes you just really have to understand the behavior of your consumer. And we knew we'd mostly women and there were three things she loved she loved to shop. She loved to share. She was very involved in social media and she left to play casual games women three hundred sixty you know, our sixty five percent of casual game play. If you've ever said that next anyone on the airplane playing candy crush saga. You know? And so we went out met with everyone of the gaming companies and say. Sad if she's going to do all these three things shop share and play a wanted to be able to do it on our platform. Right. And we launched Aitchison, arcade, twenty-six, casual games separate tab. You could win you know points for prizes attack. And you know, people who became the arcade members came three times as much Smith three times as long and spent three times as much dollars on the network, and it became a big part of our loyalty program. But like anything else not everybody got it right away. When you know said we were going to do it. But it ended up being real growth vehicle for the business. All right. And so you were there at H ascend to public what made you want to go. So you know, I'd been there over ten years working for Barry Diller. Well, I worked for Barry for two of them. Which was a fantastic, right? Yes. I'm gonna see them next week. Yes. He's you know, he's he loves messy very Jellison Vega next week. What I'm doing when I bump into he goes, aren't you? Glad let you go meeting. Take the company public. You think about berry though? I mean, you know him. Yes. He is just the risk taking and boldness is the essence of transformation, and you know, there's there's no in the middle with him. And you know, when I said to him, this is what I think this business could be he's like go forth, right? Right. And he'll enable you to do it..