35 Burst results for "Jennifer"
What Is Happening With the Midterm Results in Arizona?
"What is happening with the midterm election results in Arizona? I think many of us know that that was a, let's just call it a deeply flawed election far from the most secure election in history. And the results there's some question about whether they're going to be certified. The most important development here is that the Arizona attorney general's office. This is Mark barnova and also his assistant attorney general, Jennifer Wright, they have essentially called out miracle book county. They've produced a demand and they've said, look, we've got hundreds of complaints. This is their quote, since election day. They go, this is firsthand witness accounts. So these aren't speculation or people who say this might have happened. These are people who were there. And by the way, there was a squadron of Republican attorneys there and many of them have also personally testified to what has what went wrong. So what did go wrong? Number one, the breakdown of these tabulation machines. A lot of them. There's some debate about how many, but it looks like there were tabulating machine problems in 70 voting locations. And somewhere between 25 and 50% of these tabulating machines were not working. Now, here's what's weird. They were working for early voting when the Democrats were showing up to vote. They were tested right before election day. They were supposed to work, and then they didn't work. And they didn't work right at the beginning, so starting in the morning and continuing for most of the day. So tons of people were discombobulated, frustrated, in long lines, some of them basically discussed went home, so within 30 minutes of voting these problems began.
The Big Question That NO ONE Can Answer
"To dive into this Arizona attorney general's letter. I'll be honest, this letter is a lot more forceful than I would have anticipated it is from Mark berner and Jennifer Wright to Thomas liddy, the civil division chief from the Maricopa County attorney's office. And it goes into great detail one after the other asking some questions. And the biggest question that no one can answer, the question that is outstanding that no one can pinpoint is why is it that the machines were working perfectly fine on November 7th, everything was great and then on the morning of November 8th in Maricopa County. The machines just stopped working. Now for some of you that are watching online, you might not understand the significance of this. The significance of all of this is as follows. The way that Maricopa does its elections is that you show up and you check in and you can forfeit your mail in ballot because Arizona has a lot of mail in ballots. And then they print you a new ballot to actually go print to actually go vote in person. That's right. They have to vote, they have to print you a new ballot on site so you could vote in person. They printed out right there. Then they have to run the ballot through the machine after you have filled out that ballot. Now, according to the official line of Maricopa County, according to the official line of the largest county in Arizona, where 62% of all voters live in Maricopa County, according to them, it was just a toner issue. It was just a matter of getting the toner settings right. And by one or two in the afternoon they got it all figured out. Now, the machines and the printers have a network administrator that really the question is, who is this administrator then?
Rep. Matt Rosendale Doesn't Know How Kevin McCarthy Will Get the Votes
"Things going on with Kevin McCarthy and we're going to have an update of all the shenanigans right now with a new guest on the show from Montana's second congressional district, a man who served in the House of Representatives in Montana in the Senate. He has been the Senate majority leader and we are delighted to have congressman Matt rosendale with us on America first wink, welcome congressman. Doctor gorka, it's good to be with you today. All right, so tell us what was going on on Capitol Hill yesterday and today, and there's quite a few people who have the letter R after their name who do not want Kevin McCarthy to be the speaker. Is that correct? That is correct. We can not continue to put the same people in to lead this conference and use the same rules that they have been utilizing for the last several years and hope and pray that maybe we'll get a different outcome. Absolutely. Now, one of the things I heard is that for an hour and a half, Marjorie Taylor Greene was negotiating behind closed doors with Kevin McCarthy. Do you know anything about that? Because that disturbs me a little bit. That I can not speak to, what I will tell you is I think that there's probably going to be a lot of discussions that take place over the next 40 days leading up to January the third when mister McCarthy is going to have to try to accumulate 200 and 18 votes on the floor. He did not receive that yesterday. He didn't receive 200. I'm sure a lot of your listeners listen heard the quote from representative Matt Gaetz yesterday. He didn't get 200. He didn't get 190. And so if you couldn't acquire 218 votes over the last 6 years, how is it that you expect to gather the additional 30 that you need over the next 40 days?
Sebastian and Jennifer Discuss Trump's Commitment to America
"An aspect of support for president Trump. And I don't get mushy here because I'll ruin my rep. But it's not just about the policies and making a rational political decision. My God, his commitment to this nation, and he said it yesterday, he said, I was living a very happy life before I was president. I don't need to do this again. The only reason because he's losing money, he's being attacked constantly, he's paying millions in legal fees because the DoJ is coming after him, the southern district of New York. Jen, I want to support a man who's doing this because he loves America. Why is that wrong? Yeah, I think that people get it really wrong with him. And I have never, I mean, I've had dinner in the same room with president Trump, Ben de Mar-a-Lago, never met him and spent a lot of time with him. But I'm telling you that the gut instinct that I have with him is that he doesn't need to do this. I think that, yes, he has a big ego like everyone else in politics and everybody else that runs big businesses. But I don't think he's running, and I don't think he ran before to feed that. What I think is that he really believes that this country can be great. He sees the potential in America. He loves the country, and he knows that he can lead us in the right direction, and I really believe that he is running for all the right reasons. This is not for a book deal. This is not to become a television producer like the obamas. This is because he really believes that he can make a difference. And I'm all on board. And as far as Ron DeSantis goes and I know we're going to get to this, I really think so much of what's been going on is a construct of the mainstream media and these never trumpers who would like nothing more than to blow Trump out of the water because they're afraid of the backbone that he has.
Did President Trump Change Your Mind About DeSantis?
"Did president Trump's speech last night change your mind about wanting Ron DeSantis to run in 2024? I really want to know. I really want to know because they've ginned up this fake garbage, but it has triggered people, and I want you to tell me what you actually think about president Trump's performance last night, so it's very easy, but only answer the question, if you didn't see the speech, if you didn't hear the speech, I really not interested in your input. I need you to be honest that you saw the speech all of it, not just our amazing excerpts, of course, just that our. But if you saw the whole speech, if you watched it live or later this morning, I want you to answer the question based upon his performance, did president Trump's speech last night change your mind about wanting Ron DeSantis to run in 2024,
Jennifer Horn: Do You Want Column A or Column B?
"Always thought that when you had the reason Trump was the best candidate or is the best candidate for me is that you have, in our minds, in recent history, four years of what president Trump was able to deliver under duress, mind you. Compared to two years of Biden how we can handle two more years, I don't know. But you're going to be able to say, do you like column a, or do you like column B better? And I really think that's sort of what he set up last night. Here's what I've delivered here is where we are today. Where do you stand? A or B, it makes it really easy. It takes personality out of it. It's all about the output of administrations, and that's what we need to be focusing on. All right,
Russian strikes force Ukraine to face hours-long power cuts
"Residents and Carson queued up for food aid with food and medical supplies still low and many living without utilities Residents in the liberated city of kirsch and Ukraine lined up for food donations from the back of a truck sent by world central kitchen the charity run by chef Jose Andres We have our own Sikhs 7000 bucks of food If we get one more try and come in you'll be able to 7000 every bag more or less is 2030 meals Standing in the line demetri or vegan says there is no life for already two weeks all the fridges are defrosted now We have nothing to eat We have no money no water no heating we live in cold Meanwhile Ukrainians are taking steps to bring back damage utilities in meek live where there has been no tap water since April the regional governor says the water supply will be back on Once Kirsten's electricity is restored when Russian troops retreated last week Ukrainian forces took back the village where Mika lives water supply originated before the war I'm Jennifer King
More Twitter workers flee after Musk's 'hardcore' ultimatum
"Twitter continues to bleed employees after Elon Musk's work ultimatum Twitter's new owner Elon Musk gave workers a choice either click on a link by close of business Thursday and pledge to work hardcore or resign with three months severance pay since taking over Twitter less than three weeks ago Musk fired the top executives booted half the company's full-time staff of 7500 and began firing engineers who took issue with him publicly three engineers who left this week told The Associated Press they expect unpleasantness ahead now that two thirds of Twitter's core services engineers are now apparently gone It's not clear how many workers took Musk up on his offer Some workers announced they were leaving on Twitter in the company's internal messaging board or took to a private forum asking questions about their U.S. visas or wondering if they'd get the promised pay The latest round of departures come just before the World Cup one of Twitter's busiest events Musk's managerial bomb throwing style has some industry insiders wondering if Twitter might soon fray so badly it could actually crash I'm Jennifer King
Finally, Great News for Mayor Giuliani and Victoria Toensing
"Jennifer, Victoria town Singh, welcome back to mark the first one on one. Oh, it's always great to be back here. Need to be with you. Why was anybody surprised at president Trump made that announcement? Before yesterday. I mean, people were asking me, is he going to is he yeah, he's going to. Of course. You guys would have surprised, right? No, no, not at all. All right, let's start with some very, very good news that we managed to preview yesterday before you're right. You got some very good. Well, you didn't receive good news indirectly you found out about some good news concerning you in America's mayor. So please share. My lawyers got a letter that the case was over. It was oh, good. So tell us what happened to you and how it all fell apart for Biden's DoJ. Yeah, let me give you a quick background. In 2019, Rudy Giuliani called me and said, I'd like you to represent the prosecutor general, which is like the equivalent of attorney general. Of Ukraine because he's coming to me for representation. I have conflict. I represent Trump, but would you please do it? Because he wants to provide evidence of Biden, family corruption in Ukraine, and also Victor shoken, who Biden got fired because he was investigating burisma and Hunter Biden. That absolutely infamous moment, that video whereby he says. I'm going to hold back this $1 billion credit loan from America unless you fire Victor shokin and then Biden says son of a gun. He fired him. So so clever. So they were coming to say Biden's corrupt. And at that time, Rudy and I didn't think Biden would run because of all of this stuff that we had. And then representation never came through because there were threats and we were going to go to Ukraine to talk with them and the U.S. ambassador. Yovanovitch said she wouldn't protect us if we came. And so forth. So the U.S. ambassador said you're on your own. Right. And there's threats against you. The same U.S. ambassador, by the way, I'm sorry. That's the fight. We're going down rabbit warrens already, but the same use ambassador who we found out illegally tasked the State Department to monitor the social media council. And including my account, John Cena. John Solomon, Donald Trump Jr.'s because I guess that's what the State Department does monitor U.S. citizens. So what did that all develop into? So I didn't think anything more of it. They representation never came through. And I continued with my life. And so you can imagine my surprise. In April of 2021, when Merrick Garland and Chris ray sent the FBI to my house, our
Charlie and Producer Andrew Talk Voter Disenfranchisement
"So Andrew, I tweeted and I am now of the opinion that looked the rules of the rules and if you're able to ballot harvest, then we need to do this. I mean, look, we are not going to just accept this below average depressing result. First of all, I think Carrie Lake needs to fight this thing to the bitter end legally. It is so wrong what happened in Maricopa County and we support her completely and totally in this. And it's been very interesting Andrew. The media has actually been very quiet in kind of how they've been talking about this. And I'm sure that's going to change. But I think even deep down the media knows that there was a legitimate voter disenfranchisement and suppression that happened in Maricopa County. One in 5 voting centers went down on election day. Listen, I, you know, I'm usually pretty skeptical about the legal challenges. I think I've been a little bit jaded after 2020 and everything that we went through in that cycle. I think there's a really compelling case to be made in Maricopa. And I think, you know, again, no hopium here, it's an uphill battle any time you say, hey, let's run it back. Let's do this election again. I think there's a really, really compelling argument just given the scale given the number of testimonials. I mean, we have that clip that we could play for the audience here. I mean, it's amazing. And if you guys have that story, go to defend democracy AZ dot com that's defend democracy AZ dot com. Your stories are going to be taken down for possible affidavits and a legal battle that it's going to play out in Arizona. People are asking us how they can support the potential legal bills that are going to come with this legal challenge in Arizona. Just go to Carrie Lake's campaign. I know they're getting that ready right now. But yeah, I mean, it's a really compelling case, Charlie. When you have 70 voting polling places that are not able to tabulate ballots on day of, that's going to disenfranchise overwhelming majority conservative voters that are going to go Carrie Lake and Abe holiday. Now, Carrie Lake still down in the thousands, but Abe's down to like 500 votes right now as of as of right now as we're doing this. So you can't tell me hundred votes. Yeah, you can't tell me that we can't find 500 people that got disenfranchised that day and that would have made a holiday the next attorney general of Arizona.
Do Republicans Need to Get Creative With Ballot Drop Boxes?
"Do you think that just from a characteristic standpoint, do you think that Republicans are willing to embrace ballot harvesting as a new strategy? I think there's definitely going to be hesitancy. What I've seen just on the world of Twitter, which we all know isn't necessarily reflective of overall real life. Since last week, there's been a lot more openness to it overall. There's been a lot of misunderstandings of what it is. And so I think on the conservative side, they have to know that we can be successful in it. And one of my writers at red state, Scott counsel, I know he's been on your show a lot. He even came up with this modified program before ballot harvesting was legal in California with a stamp program where they gave a stamp to someone and watched them put it in their mailbox, whoever had an absentee ballot at their home at that time. And they flipped a Democrat plus 13 district in the central valley using that tactic. There's different targeting and voter modeling things that they used as well. But just to conservatives to know that if you're doing this the right way with the right data with the right consultants and with a good plan, that it is a viable strategy, not just for conservative districts, but within rural areas and with Democrat districts.
RedState's Jennifer Van Laar Explains Ballot Harvesting
"Ballot harvesting is on the mind. And so we need to talk about this. We need to get better at it, especially in states where it is legal. Joining us now is Jennifer van laar. She has been predicting this for quite some time. Talking about how California ballot harvesting leads to insecure elections and what we can do to reform it, Jennifer joins us now. Jennifer, welcome to the program. Thank you. Jennifer tell us just let's get our terms right. What is ballot harvesting? Let's just start with there. Okay, ballot harvesting is when someone who's not the voter and usually not their family member, collects a ballot from a voter and returns it to the election official. So it can be someone affiliated with a campaign. It could be someone affiliated with a pack. It can just be their neighbor or friend. Anyone that that voter wants to give the ballot to. But ballot harvesting in an organized fashion has been evolving into, generally, is on the Democrat side where they have unions or big super PACS, hire a lot of people to go, and they don't just go door to door. They get data on who their voters are going to be, usually Democrat. And they go to their houses usually in a sales funnel type of way where they go make a first contact, introduce themselves, talk about the candidates, come back and get the ballot. The next time, if the person isn't ready to do it then, they aren't supposed to be offering opinions or information on who to vote for, but oftentimes they do. They've even done this in 2018 at nursing homes in California. My daughter in law worked at one. They would go in the memory care unit. And talk to voters there. And she wasn't permitted to stop that.
US retail sales rose 1.3% last month, a sign of resilience
"The commerce department reports that Americans stepped up their spending last month The government says U.S. retail sales rose 1.3% in October after a flat reading in September the increase was led by restaurants car sales at higher gas prices but even excluding those retail spending rose 0.9% It's a sign of consumer resilience as the holiday shopping season gets underway Economists pointed to Amazon's prime day promotion and inflation relief checks sent out in California last month which may have boosted consumer spending The government's solid report contrast with today's gloomy figures from retail giant target which announced unexpectedly weak profits while yesterday on the third quarter results call Walmart executives said even higher income shoppers are seeking out cheaper groceries and that customers are trading down to cheaper brands in some categories like baby items and baking goods I'm Jennifer King
Jennifer Aniston Relationship With Her Vindictive Mother
"But Jen Aniston is mourning the death of her father who she calls sweet papa. John Aniston 89 years old passed away. Big soap opera guy. Very fond of him. But while she was very close to her dad, she had a very shitty relationship with her mother, Nancy Dow. And that was plagued by betrayal, mistrust, and a lot of hurt, her and her mom were estranged for years. I've told you, I just, I don't like it when I'm a woman, doesn't talk to her mother. And that was to me and Jen Aniston. If there's a quality about a woman that I don't like, it's that. And again, mothers can be fucked. I know, I'm sure. I can't imagine mine, but I'm sure many are. So she went out there and talked about her father, then back in the day, she said, you know, she was very nice about the passing of her mother, Nancy Dow. She was 79 years old, passed peacefully. Jennifer did this nice little speech and such. We asked our family's privacy to be respected as we grieve our loss, but for decades seeing the mother's relationship was rocky, Aniston was left livid by her mother's decision to release a tell all book about their relationship. How do you do that as a mom? Oh, you're famous. You're on Friends, making a $1 million. Okay, you know what? I want to write a mother mother daughter book. And she did. From mother and daughter to friends, a memoir. You gotta be a real bitch to do that to your kid. Eventually, they reconcile, but Aniston is frequently spoken about her mom and their complicated relationship and the trauma that she carries from the fallout. Because she was very critical of her. Very
Jenifer Seibel Newsom Describes Harvey Weinstein's Penis in Detail
"Jennifer said, well, newsweek says, I was standing. I'm resisting. It's a horror. I'm trembling. It's the worst nightmare. This blow up doll that he's trying to masturbate off of. I heard a lot of girls said that Harvey just wanted to touch their body and masturbate. I guess when he couldn't get erect, that's what he could do. I don't know. It's just so sad and gross. So the DA asked her to describe his physique as if nobody in the courtroom could tell. And she said, lots of bruises, markings, yellow, and green. Lots of stretch marks on his belly. Very not physically fit at all. You don't need, you don't need 6 words to say out of shape, honey, but whatever. Lots uncircumcised and strange, though, kind of fish like the penis, something was distorted in the testicles too. Lots of skin, lots of skin down there. I'm sorry, but he's still going steady? I wasn't attempted to rape. She has an awful lot about his dick. I don't think my girlfriend knows that much about my dick for God's sake. Green and yellow. What's going on down there?
The California Governor's Wife, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Testified About How Harvey Weinstein Allegedly Raped Her
"Another day of cross examination for one of Harvey Weinstein's most prominent accusers Embellishment or clarification it was the focus of a series of questions put to Jennifer siebel Newsom on her second day of cross examination The issue differences between statements that the wife of California's governor made in court against Harvey Weinstein and the accounts given to police and prosecutors about the 2005 encounter that led to rape charges against the Hollywood mogul siebel Newsom holding to her story saying the details she sharing under oath now are more detailed
Indonesia signs deals to accelerate clean energy transition
"Indonesia has signed an international deal to accelerate a transition toward clean energy known as the just energy transition partnership the deal announced by President Biden and others on the sideline at the G 20 summit aims to reduce emissions from Indonesia Not just like soon but to be just One of the world's most populous countries Indonesia is heavily reliant on coal power plants It's the world's third largest coal producer but it also has abundant potential to move into renewable energy We're mobilizing $20 billion to support Indonesia's efforts to reduce emissions and expand renewable energy And support workers in the most affected who are most affected by the transition away from coal Indonesian officials say the country has an important role to play in fighting climate change and the deal is a signal not just in the Asia Pacific but the world South Africa signed up during last year's climate conference in India Vietnam Senegal and the Philippines are all considering similar deals I'm Jennifer King
Jennifer Siebel Newsom takes stand at Harvey Weinstein trial
"The wife of California's governor is testified in the rape trial of Harvey Weinstein It didn't take long for Jennifer siebel newsen to burst into tears on the stand as she became the fourth person to testify against the disgraced movie mogul her account similar to those given by other women that she met Weinstein at an industry event he was charming showed interest in her career then asked her to his hotel suite She says when he emerged with nothing on but a robe and began groping her while he fondled himself she was horrified It felt like she was just a blow up doll noting her emotion on the stand on cross examination wants to attorney suggested sevo Newsom had nearly two decades to work on her account A Moscow's Gabrielle
"jennifer" Discussed on Code Story
"Thing that I think is often surprising to focus as they kind of get into more leadership roles is just how often you have to repeat yourself, right? And what you need to have is that the best leaders have very simple messages that they've repeat often and continue to reinforce and tie back everything else to that. And so I'm always very cognizant our teams 50 people were not that big. But just continuing to reiterate and remind people, this is our mission. This is why this matters. This is what we're hearing from customers right now, reinforcing why this matters. Here are the three experiments we ran recently and we actually learned these things that we thought were true or not. So here's what we're going to do with that information and how we're going to change course. And I think that transparency goes a long way, you know, part of the learning for me and kind of formulating what worked for me was seeing counter examples of what I wanted, right? Of leaders that I saw who would be pretty closed off with their decision making. You know, tend to sort of have a, you know, I'm the leader, so it's my decision and I'm not going to let you know how I decided this. You're just going to tell you what it is and then it's your job to execute on it. And that can work in some organizations, but that wasn't my style. Well, we talked about a mistake earlier, but a little bit different spin. And I've heard you say this already in the interview about, you know, if you go back, you could do something differently. But I'm going to open, I'm going to ask it openly. And give you a chance to either answer the same way, or to bring up something else. So if you could go back to the beginning, what would you do different or where would you consider taking a different approach? You know, my answer is really the number one thing is what I said before, which is being more public about what we were doing early on. So we could just get faster iterations cycles. I think we did a very good job of getting our product out quickly and getting folks to react to our product. I would have loved to have even more engage with even more end users kind of out of the gate to get even more kind of responses and feedback on things even as simple as like our messaging and our positioning, you know? We found out probably longer in than we should have, that the way we talk about scribes is not really the same way that our users talk about it. We would talk internally like scribe is aware to shit way to share know how. It's a way to capture and share how to. And then when we talk to our users, they weren't using words like know how and how to, right? They were just saying like the stuff I know how to do. I'm like, how do I make it easy to share the stuff that I know how to do? Like this is really quick and easy and fast. And so things like that, it may seem kind of small, but I think it's important to try to get as much of a pulse on that really early on. And you get that from engaging users which we did, but I wish we had done it faster and more publicly, which would have led to even kind of higher volumes. The thing I'm always trying to figure out how to do when I talk a lot with my team is as a fast growing startup, you've got to reduce your cycle time as much as possible. Whether that cycle time for how fast you're shipping product, whether that cycle time for how quickly you're learning, and what that feedback loop looks like. And so we're always trying to think about like, if we're trying to answer this question, what's the experiment that we run? And then how do we rapidly reduce the time that it takes for us to start to get at least early signals if not an answer to that question? And the way that you do that is by being really open and transparent with everyone, like, hey, here's the question we're trying to answer, right? Like, what do you all think? And your users will tell you, if you ask them, and they care about your product, they will tell you. Well, Jennifer last question, so you're getting on a plane and you're sitting next to a young entrepreneur who's built the next big thing. They're jazzed about it. They can't wait to show it off to the world and can't wait to show it off to you right there on the plane. What advice do you give that person having gone down this road a bit? It's his advice I gave to founders when I was in venture capital a lot, especially like the brilliant technical ones who had gone into the basement and built something really interesting and they'd kind of come out and show it to me and they'd be all proud and then they'd say, okay Jennifer, can you go sell this for me? And I'd say, well, you know, have you talked to any customers? Have you talked to any users? And they'd say, well, no, that's your job, right? You can help me figure that out. I just got to hire a salesperson or a marketing person. And I would flip that on its head. I mean, sort of the extreme opposite of that is before you ever even build anything. Go engage with your users. If you're selling an enterprise product, go call 20, 30, 40 different enterprise contacts and just get feedback on what it is you're trying to build. If you're building a consumer product or something more prosumer, you know, go on social media. Talk about what you're trying to build, see what people say. And almost build that excitement and that interest before you even have a product. So you know, again, this question of exactly who are you building this for and why are they going to care about it? And I think a lot of times we take the opposite approach of like, oh, well, I have to build it first. And the truth isn't a lot of instances you don't have to build it first. Or you can build a really basic version of it just to get you enough that you could put it in front of people and get reactions and get those market insights. That's fantastic advice. Well, Jennifer, thank you for being on the show today. Thank you for telling the creation story of scribe. Thanks so much for having me. In this concludes another chapter of coat story.
"jennifer" Discussed on WTOP
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"jennifer" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock
"Supporting the monarchy and And that is a repeated error of intellectuals as they get excited about being in charge Support those who than take charge and autocratic way and then are filled but who have taken erkki. Let's go back in time quickly. An personally let's look at jennifer hernandez incredibly accomplished life story. If you could do so today what would you sit down and tell the twenty year. Old jennifer anandas. I'd say you should continue with a serious level of mistrust for those. Who are telling you what you need to do. What you can't do I can't even you know in fifth grade. I was told i could. Maybe aspire to be a teacher secretary or a nurse but otherwise being a mom would be great. And if i had taken added by heart as so many of my classmates had done i wouldn't have had the life i've had and i don't know what the equivalent is. That people are being told today that so many students. I talked to Want to be a researcher or an academic work in an ngo and and those are not really going to be much help for those who are trying to put food on the table for their kids. i do think we we owe it to each other be a little more compassionate a little bit more informed and a little more pragmatic and practical about Dedicating your life to Improvement of the human condition here in california and elsewhere rather than the study. are there significant matters relating to environment energy or related issues that you've worked in about which you've changed your mind over time. Yeah so one of the kind of When i got very very activated on this issue in two thousand eight When when i say this issue i mean housing when we all proclaimed that high-density Apartments along major bus routes Is the right place to put housing in the right place. to Change the urban fabric. And i believe that and Got a rude awakening When former friends at least Who were leading an environmental labor Cabal demanded that none of that activity actually occurred in two thousand eight nine when Many carpenters and other tradesmen that are in my family or newly grew up with We're facing bankruptcy with the very very steep economic devastation caused by the great recession. And so it's like well silicon valley's at least booming still. Let's build that housing where we said we would and i got completely stopped by those who said nope we gotta do the california environmental quality act. We gotta do price labor agreements. It's going to be four or five six years of telling people like me What to do and paint people like me by the hour Instead of paying people who would actually build that housing was shocking shocking development. And since then i've come to question the very foundation of that concept it turns out rentals or terrible idea for life. It really is important to to get into homeownership for family stability welfare. I didn't i didn't appreciate that It turns out that density housing is the most expensive housing we know how to build the about the complexities of steel frames and elevators and redundant life safety systems. It's very cheap to build two or three story with franc homes or apartments or duplexes and those who frankly a lot more affordable to people who need housing than four thousand dollars.
"jennifer" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock
"Pm money get started with jennifer. Nana's you have been a leader in this field for thirty years very important thirty years and you've worked and all manner of ways from private law practice directly connected to business to government appointments and ngos. How are you going to dedicate your many skills in the next phase of your own career. That's not meant to to pry but to give all of us some ideas and inspiration to how to act on these things. Thanks jen a really Good question. I have passed the point of a feeling like it's appropriate to simply Do what i originally which was break barriers especially in big law firms I believe i was the first The pena partner in a big law firm back in the day and now You know continue to practicing realms that Make me frequently the only democrat little alone the only Female or A person of color in a room And it's very important to have diversity in the private sector. And i'm i'm grateful to all those who have are welcomed me into that world but i have a level of nerd base knowledge as you That is lost to Kind of the dogmatists And unfortunately i i not. You're in media jim. I hate to sort of raise this..
"jennifer" Discussed on You Need a Budget
"Street the place for smart women. She served as editorial director of working mother media and found the working mother research institute home to the working mother. One hundred best companies in two thousand thirteen. She launched national flex day. An annual spotlight on the benefits of flexible work policies for employs. She's done a lot of great work specifically today. I talked with jennifer about her own life. And what it's like to be in the sandwich generation and that is the spot where you are between caring for kids and caring for maybe aging elderly parents and the demands and stresses that we deal with. I did not know this thing. But then i realized i was part of it so we just have a nice very casual chat about what it is kind of what it's like to be in the throes of it. No real prescriptive answers on how to navigate this but i think being eyes wide open helps all the while so please.
"jennifer" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"Afternoon. good evening. Welcome to the mental health comedy. Podcast fi made crasnick my co host jennifer kalari coming along shortly and this is the show where we talk about mental health issues of all kinds and we practice skills because mental health is practice. It's only as good as what you do on a moment to moment which means i'm failing everything but that's okay because it's a learning. It's a learning process. That will take a lifetime and you have. You always have an opportunity right to do it. They wrote a song about me. The police wrote a song. Years ago called the king of pain. They actually researched me and they came up with. That's on usually. We have guests from entertainment from all over the world of comedy writers directors actors producers today no guests because we want us to do a questions and answers show a special show special. Qna's show. We don't get a chance to do this. And so we thought we would take some. We would take some questions from listeners and of course the answer part will come from jennifer. Because i can't help you at all. So that's what we'll do today. I want to tell you the today show is sponsored by a right and spread right and spread is a new edible food pen. It's a pen that actually spreads out on your food on.
"jennifer" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams
"But i know they still are recorded. Because you don't you don't know what gym you're gonna catch right. Even though they caught cuts right is like ni- they might still be record. We went over. Production sounds so many times because we couldn't come out of things especially the church scenes. Yes i wanted to speak on that. And those church scenes in a few other scenes that i'm i'll get to after this question. You went to some deep emotional spaces in the film. Respect right And i know sometimes for actors. Doing film is therapeutic in quite healing. Because maybe if you're not an emotional person in or you don't have anybody to imo to on a daily basis. Sometimes this you're able to do it in your art right. And i know you are extremely careful about what you give to the public regarding your private life as public figures. Sometimes our private lives are made public. You're not able to grieve certain losses. The way someone else would be able to write. So i would like to ask with some of that. The vessel for some of the emotional places you able to go to in the film you know is a lot of things to me like sometimes you as an actor. You don't realize how much you're going to be affected are how much you have to give a what it requires of you until you're in that moment you know and then i i like i like real things and so i wanted to come from the most and real plates and i felt it was necessary because it's like her story is vulnerable to in order to tell her story in the most careful respectful way and i need to bear myself as well. Do you find yourself able to bare yourself in real life. I feel like it may come out vulnerable. Yes and no yes and no hands varies but after like it comes out most through my artistry you know which can still be healing but it costs so much like like each tiered. No that's real. That comes from somewhere within that act. I'm telling you jennifer. I said this is so real even as audra mcdonald who is brilliant. Who plays your mother who plays a wreath mother. The way she was holding you on amazing grace now. I don't have to ask. Because i believe. I know i just wanna say i saw you and it made me marvel at your grace and poise. Even more i promise you. This is what i wrote. Well well i said. I marvel at your grace employs even more because i know what it costs you costs. Thank you thank you michelle while like it's real and you know. What can i say this. It was that moment for me.
"jennifer" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"Les- kinda applies it and then also up so. This is the kind of thing. I could go into an so much depth because people have gone into so much depth but we will not but i can definitely see the queer subjects for sure jennifer barely keeping yourself from eating needy of killing needs potential romantic interests of needy being really protective jennifer. Which could be ready to both ways. Because i think the first time. I saw it. I just assumed it was like jealousy wanting to keep needy all to herself. So maybe i think. I just kind of bypass it. Obviously the kiss was very obvious and she'd really like into it. Navias more so than meghan is like you can see that. Jennifer is using controlling mechanism as where needy is falling into it. Because it's kind of like. Oh my god is happening as you couldn't resist but then like the scene where She holds her hand disappointment when she realizes he's all infatuated. Those guy very. I don't know it didn't feel this. Felt like text like the actual being of this is where i start losing her and this is where we start seeing herself for the time because she this is where. She disconnected herself from her. Because she sees this infatuation which is different from her having sex with other guys around town right right. yeah. I i'd forgotten about that as well. But a lotta people did point out the hit holdings seed. Yeah yeah and there are definitely like quote throughout like as jennifer says. I can go both ways. We can play boyfriend girlfriend like we used to gauge it for call dignity butch and kind of going off. What you said samantha cody. They kept the kiss in the script because she wanted to make clear that on some level needy was in love with jennifer though now. She says she probably wouldn't have to include it because audience can pick up on queer subtext without dropping an amble on them so she did intend for this reading. And i will say when it feels like the queer baiting. I feel the awkwardness of it. All you're like. Oh god yeah. This is just they just do it in there because they wanna be like look two girls kissing but as this felt like that was actually really sexy and passionate. T. honest in that good on actresses kundu felt like damn okay. Yeah because i didn't know that was in there which i say because apparently that was a huge i came out and i remember when i was watching it being surprised but then like okay. Yeah snakes sense. I mean i think i don't wanna be like everyone would i if i have those moments of tension between friends or you're just kind of like what is this moment and what. What are these feelings and not really sure what they are. And i think.
"jennifer" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"Jennifer lawrence the captain of the football team out into the woods and disembowel him. It was not pretty. His corpse is later discovered and of course all of the animals. I guess come around for the sacrifice their ready so they come preparing to eat the rest of the leftovers you. Meanwhile the band low shoulder is suddenly baskin. Praise for their heroism at the fire and preparing to play a charity show at the schools spring formal. Because you know they rescue so many people and from that fire which if you watch they did not started in mysterious circumstances shall we say so time passes jennifer starts looking unwell. The glow fades she goes on a date with a golf boy and kill him anita while having sex with her boyfriend chip senses that something is wrong in russia's l. almost hitting a blood covered jennifer with car disturbed needy drives home only to find jennifer furniture bedroom. Jennifer and the pair briefly makes out for jennifer tells the that on the night of the fire. Low shoulder took her into the woods and performed a satanic ritual using her as of virgin sacrifice sacrifices secure fame and fortune for themselves. Thing is she was not a virgin and when the band leaders played by adam brody murdered or a demon possessed her bodies what went wrong She also reveals that she'd eaten a student presumed dead in the fire that night on top of that she claims she doesn't really feel pain and is now nearly impossible to kill right. I also that they decided to sing. Eight six seven five three zero nine. I and they killed her they. It's awful that's actually really disturbing to me. It really is especially going. Megan fox as a great job in playing petrified victim there so the town is reeling from the fire in recent deaths and needy decides to do some research deciding that jennifer is a bus meaning she needs to feed on flesh and is at her weakest when hungry anita shares her findings with boyfriend chip and begs not to go the spring formal. But he doesn't believer surprise surprise. Desperate need breaks up with him trying to keep them from going but of course it doesn't work and he goes to the day in hopes of seeing her but instead here cubs jennifer who seduces him into an abandoned pool house of course after lying about colin the ammo got she'd killed and needy feinstein for feeding on him because she has a feeling of kissing her boyfriend's liz when jennifer kissing him. So there's a little link at. I don't understand kind of thing..
"jennifer" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show
"First, everybody can forgive a crises if you can empathize first. Yeah. To show you care about other people, actually. And the other thing is, and this happens on a lot of podcasts is when you hire professional to create your messaging for you and you put that on your one sheet and that's what you're saying, you're going to deliver you better own. What's on a paper? Because I've had guests, come on, my different podcasts. And what they say they have the ability to do was crafted beautifully, they put a lot of thought, energy, and Financial Resources into creating this perfect pitch and this perfect Persona of themselves and they were not able to deliver at all and you just get a one shot. And, you know, the media is a small world. If you if you crash and burn in the media, everybody knows everybody and the same with the podcasting space. So yeah, make sure that you are ready to do, what you say you're going to do because it's okay to start at the beginning and work your way up. But it's not, it's not actually preferable, exactly. It's actually the way to do it. Absolutely. It has the way to death and and, you know, you have to be an action taker. You have to be able to break through your fears and being momentum and and take action and it's okay to adjust and pivot and that's really, really important. Absolutely seven Cardinal rules of Life home. Make peace with your past so it doesn't screw up your present. What others think of you is none of your business. Actually, I don't really like that one. I actually like that, it's descriptive of them that you Okay. How do you have these amazing quotes just off the top of your head? I'm so impressed. Jennifer. Yeah, you were amazing. You're a great guess. I'm so glad to have you here. I really want to thank you on your incredibly busy and I really am. Thank you for taking time out of your busy day to be here in the living live action show. Thank you, rob. Now, you can reach out to Jennifer engagement down to reach out, please let her know the heard her on the leaving the live-action show, and thank you everybody for taking time out of your busy and precious day to listen to The Living the live-action show. I so appreciate it. Thank you for allowing me along with my very special guest. My friend Jennifer horspool, did touch your heart, move you inspire you remember, take time out to breathe off. Don't let fear stop you. Decide plan act, they conspired action. You deserve the happily ever after you got this job. I'm Rob actress until next time. Thank you for listening to The Living. The law of action show with mr. Action raw patches, please rate review. And I cried.
"jennifer" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"And i'm saying and i like stuff jennifer say and you know unless i can get every i i. I can't go by fifty copies book and give everybody above me like what can i do. What's your advice to me as an individual leader. If i'm inside the organization and i'm not saying it's a bad organization. But but they're not really doing some of the stuff that you're describing. What's your advice to that individual leader. Who's watching or listening to help them. Apply some of what you're talking about right right. Well i think the buck has to help. Individual leaders understand. What good looks like when it comes to organizations that provide development. In the right way that's really going to elevate everyone and helped. The company hit their goals right so learning about it learning about what's important for development to stick and then asking asking human resources leaders asking your leader about what the company's thinking is on all of this asking the questions about how do we do this. How do we not do. This was important so then when you are when you are you are a leader and you can help your people directly with a lot of best you can become that leader that is developing direct reports in a way that's going to help them be super successful in the rest of their career. So i think understanding your role in that and just out of the gate just just taking some of that and and putting that into play within your role and talking to your boss about it will be very very helpful to help in the organization. Uncover what they need and if not do it then then it's going to be enough pressure. That senior leaders might spend some time on it and like everything else. Your leadership influenced starts where you are regardless of where you are. That's the underlying principle. What jennifer said as really good advice jennifer appreciate that so Sort of one last. Check anything that we didn't talk about that. You wish we would have said thought. Kevin would ask me that he didn't well. I mean no. I have a lot of things on my mind. That i know he could talk about for a long long time. But i think you've really covered a lot. And i think right now. Just say leaders. Give yourself a little grace right now. Yourself some time to reflect an and some time away right now and i'm guessing july won't be any different if you're listening. Dan versus april just under a lot of pressure. And we want to give ourselves a break folks. Think about where you're spending your time and think about where it should be spent and help your team members be vulnerable with them about what you're going through asks them lots of questions about what they're going through and help make this transition that we need to make with going back to work in some way whether it's remote parcel remote back together. Whatever it is. It's going to be a big challenge. So i think getting prepared mentally for that challenge again. Another one i would say is just really important. Excellent so enough of the seriousness. Now i've got to ask. I'm shifting gears on you so get ready. I wanted to do for fun. Like i know you like your work. I get that. And that's wonderful. And what do you do for fun. Jennifer well i spent a lot of time family and most recently. We just got a new puppy. So that's so fun and heart other adjectives besides only fun. Yes so anything outdoors..
"jennifer" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"Was that didn't do what i think he probably prefer would have preferred which was on. Oh yeah so trashy. I think that's the really cool part about working with families Family businesses when you had that bond and that trust I believe my dad. Thought i could do things beyond what most people could do. And you just had that belief. And i knew that and i felt that every day and that helped me be successful. Well listen. there's we could we could. We could riff on that point. Tell your show because let's head for you all of you listening as leaders. You're saying well. Wow that would have been cool to be in a family business. But the under lying point of jennifer just said is so important and you already know it and that is if when when someone you know that someone really trusts you. It changes how you will respond. It changes your performance. It changes your confidence and everything else. If if you were watching jennifer even as she said it you can see a difference in the counts interface and everything else. There's a lot to learn right in that one statement but that's not really why we came. We really came to talk about this book and really the ideas in this book. About the fact that there's there's a need for a revolution you said it. We need leadership development revolution. and so. let's just ask this question. How big is the leadership development problem. I think it's huge. It's huge and i think that it's huge because leaders aren't ready for what we're dealing with right now let alone. What's coming in the future which there will be other crises coming. There will be other things we need to do. And at an leader senior team leaders in particular. Don't know what to do differently. That's why we need a revolution. We need to get the word out that there's a better way of doing it. That's what gets me excited about..
"jennifer" Discussed on Real Estate Marketing Dude
"Don't hire you for what you do. They hire you for how you do it. And i'm just i. We haven't met jennifer. Did i met you before the show we're going to. I guarantee you that we're gonna be thinking the same thing all right so we just talked three minutes of like presale for pre talk at a. Let's just oh fuck. I guarantee you that you generated that. Here's where the listeners locked in listings not locked in when she shows up the locked in when she gives them multiple options because instantly the homeowner goes finally someone. Who's not willing to take advantage of me. And i don't care how subtle it is or or on unconscionable are people don't even recognize that their brain going through this but it's because you have do really care what option they pick when you're monetize and them know. Here's the other thing that i love about. This is that you are actually like. You're doing it opposite. You're an investor that's down selling into a commission versus the other way around right and most people have their real estate agent hat on all day long and they don't want anything. So like jennifer's roach. Okay great i'll come on here. I'll buy your house right now but if you don't want me to buy a house then i'll listen you monetize it this way. It doesn't fucking matter does it. When did you What do you think is only to walk me through why someone would accept your offer over listed on the market because obviously you're offers a little bit lower and there's a cost of convenience you guys in not every seller wants to highest and best price. We have to get that mentality out of our brains. Sometimes people want convenience sometimes people are sometimes people are distressed and they don't have any of their options. Life gets in the way a lot of times. And that's generally my guess is those are the types of properties at jennifer Purchases but she's really doing is providing solutions for people to have house problems not services for people that need to.
"jennifer" Discussed on Women and Crime
"They're using what's called relative judgment. Which picture looks the most like the person to looks like him but three looks a little more like him before. You're comparing each picker to each other. You're not using what's called absolute judgment by comparing each photo or person to your memory. So they use the simultaneous array for both the photo lineup. And also the live lineup. That's how it was done them. Pretty much sequential wasn't really Adopted or a introduced until much later. Here what i find interesting is research is now saying that sometimes. It's actually better to use a simultaneous because of position effects and because of cases when someone has a distinct feature. So we're kind of you see this a lot in research at say one thing out. Newer research is kind of questioning the older research. But when you have the quench lineup. You're showing one picture at a time. So some research says the position of the suspect or the potential perpetrator could lead people example. That the person is in position. One of a sequential versus position three versus position six. That's going to lead people to make less accurate identification. I see they're giving weight to someone who comes up first versus the middle. Okay got it either way. I think there's more of a consensus that's quench will is still the way to go. Then there's the weapon focus effect. Oh i heard this one before. Yes so this is when a witness and even more so happens when it's a victim to a crime. Diverting their attention to a weapon rather than who is holding the weapon this could be because we have high in stress responses and our memory doesn't work as well in these situations. You're focusing more an item that is novel so someone who doesn't have a lot of experience with a weapon this is going to affect them more because they're focusing on the weapon more we know in jennifer's case there was a knife so this is something that we have to take into consideration although like other witnesses. Jennifer had the opportunity to see her perpetrator for a longer period of time but remember he was not in the direct light and he would not turn to her when there were lights on thought. Then we have the cross race effect. Jennifer is a white woman. Her attacker was a black man. So meghan what does the cross race effect and we make poor eye-witnesses when we have to identify people of other races were better at identifying people interests within our own no matter what the races. You're absolutely right in almost half of wrongful convictions. That are based on this. Identification are cross racial and a majority of them are white victims and african american perpetrators got and this is not intentional and this is not related to someone's level of racism or bias because researchers have looked at that to see if the cross race effect is stronger for people who hold racial views. And it's not so it's not something that we can say a victim or witness is doing on any conscious level. Yup so this is really the perfect storm of eyewitness issues. We have the unconscious transference. We have the lineup array. Being simultaneous not sequential. We have cross race. We have weapon focus. This is not looking great so on august first nineteen eighty-four just days after the attack. Ronald cotton is arrested..
"jennifer" Discussed on Women and Crime
"It turns out she knew them to see far so she was able to see him probably clearer than he believed. she could also referred to her boyfriend who being in germany. Which in fact was her brother who sent her postcards but clearly. He went through her personal items to have even known this after the attack. The perpetrator told jennifer that he needed her to come down and she told him that she was very much afraid of nice and asked if he could please put the knife outside. Wow so was trying to find a way to obviously get him out of the bedroom. How can i escape this situation. He actually did listen and he put the knife right outside the door but not there wasn't enough time that she could escape. She also s at this point if she could use the bathroom and he allowed her to do so but may turn off the light when she was in the bathroom she was looking around to see. What can i do. Fortunately there was a window unfortunately that when there was much too small for jennifer to escape she then asked if she could get a drink and she also offered him a drink again. This very smart. She's able to stay calm and just kind of play his game. She went into the kitchen and she was making lots of noise. He was in her living room. He turned on the stereo. Made some comment about being ready to party. He thought that this was going to be a good time. At the same time. Jennifer's planning her escape. She knows there is a door in her kitchen. So a member. I said she's making lots of noise hoping to kind of have him not notice what's about to happen. She also knew that if she turned on the lights he wouldn't go near her because he made sure to stay away from any light because he was trying to protect themselves from being identified so she made sure to turn on that kitchen light as well at this point she musters up the courage to run..
"jennifer" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"So by collaborating with other v as you can offer your clients better service. Everybody wins that way and i. I think that's best so great. Jennifer has been an absolute pleasure. Having you on. And chatting with you. And i'm sure this is going to be a very much listened to episode. They all seem to be at the moment. I keep saying this has been a fabulous episode. But then they've all been abused exits. I'm really enjoy myself than anybody else. I'm having fun. So that k then isn't it. It's any last words. Joe no apart from look forward to catching up with you on friday and our next month's divine but yes no it's it's it's really really lovely to be part of a you know a mastermind with jennifer and the other ladies and i totally recommend to our listeners to find their tribe. Whether that's just you know a weekly fortnightly check in with another. Va that they trust. Who can share those things with them because it is making a huge difference to us. A- groups i absolutely and it's funny. It's something i believe in so much that i've now now now. This week nord shane. Meyer muster minds for french-speaking expense signing up people at my memphis eight space says it looks like pretty much when we're gonna be folk last night about super exciting and it's something but i've cooled at the section of not yet site i. It's my way of giving back. That's brilliant absolutely brilliant and kudos. That you can do it in two language that you can. You can manage it infringe. Yeah how cool is that. I mean yeah. Brilliant having said that. I could do the same in everett so but it is definitely a skill. I just ask you a an anguished thing. That i found recently because we live in a very anglo area and we with english speaking people most of the time my husband doesn't speak the language I find although. I can't translate anything. Unlike can read anything out of socities newspapers to up my reading level. But i'm finding translating. I seem to be stuck in one language or the other. Does that happen to you jennifer. Not so much. I guess because i switch between which old ryon everyday. Yeah yeah. I find when..
"jennifer" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Saying one apple. Take one On this edition of our new year's day marathon. We look at indy genre film and we had a. Here's a chat with jennifer reader. A director of a film called knives and skin. We talk just before the tribeca film festival in two thousand nine hundred and you wrote and directness. Welcome jennifer and How did this idea come to the feature. Bill knives and skin is directly related to a couple of recent shorts..