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Where Juvenile Detention Looks More Like Teens Hanging Out
"A group of about three dozen excited teenagers listening to an announcement by apache county judge. Michael lethem this'll be something that'll be here for decades and you've got so it's early fall. Twenty seventeen in. This is the grand opening of saint. John's first center dedicated to teams. Letham is introducing. the people will be running it. Victor more news here pretty much every day as well as victor in polar smiling facing the energetic teens their probation officers in other words they work for the county but they dress in civilian year t shirts jeans baseball caps because they've been tapped by judge leith them to run this new facility the loft legacy teen center. It's a county run resource and activity center in the small town where kids often can't find much to do or people to talk to. It was like right at the end of my freshman year into the summer of my freshman year. I heard about it. I was like. Oh that's cool. I didn't think anything of it. I didn't think it would be this. Cool hannah wilkinson was there and then i walked. Tv's there's pool table. There's all this cool stuff for kids to do and it was really exciting.
Shrine to Replace Church Destroyed on 9/11 Nears Completion
"Saint Nicholas Greek orthodox church was the only house of worship destroyed in the nine eleven attacks in New York in its place a national shrine will have a ceremonial lighting Friday the dome Greek marble shrine is close to the reflecting pools that mark where the twin towers once stood when we like the church from within represents the triumph of literally the triumph of light over darkness Michael Purcell roses with friends of St Nicholas the victims did not die alone and Philip Catsimatidis has a special connection to St Nicholas she remembers when her late brother John first discovered the small church I remember my mom saying that because she was such a devout Christian that John and the other victims were being cradled by Saint Nicholas her brother died on nine eleven the interior of the shrine is slated for completion next year I bet Donahue
"john one" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Hey, John. First up, Let's take a quick check of the baseball scoreboard a full slate of games going on this afternoon. Bottom First, The Yanks and Orioles are scoreless top of the first the mess Lee the Nationals for nothing. The Mets scored four in the first inning. Including a two run single from Michael Conforto and an R B I single from Javi Baez. Top second, the A's and Blue Jays er scoreless. The Indians lead the Red Sox to nothing on a couple of sac flies in the bottom of the first top second. The Tigers and Reds are scoreless, no score between the Twins and raising the second and the Phillies and Marlins in the second. Sunday night. Baseball tonight has the Giants hosting the Dodgers in San Francisco. The two teams currently tied for first in the N L West. The Dodgers will be without outfielder AJ Pollock for at least 2 to 3 weeks with a strained right hamstring. He suffered that injury during last night's win over the Giants. Meanwhile, concession workers at the Giants Oracle Park voted overwhelmingly today to strike citing concerns over covid 19 safety and health coverage. At least 20 workers have contracted the virus since the stadium reopened. This season from the NFL. The Seahawks signed quarterback Bless Austin, who was released by the Jets. Earlier this week. Cowboys guard Zach Martin tested positive for Covid 19 so he won't play in Thursday night's season opener against the Buccaneers. Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill, activated from the Reserve Covid list today. He was one of a handful of titans who tested positive last week, and Tom Brady told reporters he contracted Covid back in February, shortly after Tampa Bay's Superbowl parade. Have 25 college football tonight, ninth ranked Notre Dame will visit Florida State in Tallahassee and it's Day seven at the US Open. Fourth round matches are underway. Voted Vanda Jhansi Loop leaves Diego Schwartzman 6364 tied for all in the third set. Earlier today, fifth seeded Alina Spirulina defeated 12 seeded Simona Halep in straight sets 6363 coming up, 16 seeded Angelique Kerber will be taking on Canadian team Layla Fernandez and on the men's side, second seeded Daniel Medvedev. Battles. 24th seeded Daniel Evans final round of the Tour championship in Atlanta and Patrick Cantlie has a two shot lead over John Rahman 20 under heading into the.
Death Toll From Congo Volcano Eruption Rises to at Least 32
"Talk once again about Mount Nyiragongo, which erupted a peculiar eruption a sort of a very large flow. Very slow flow of lava. This is in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. It ended up destroying hundreds of homes in the major city there of Goma. The death toll has now gone above. 30 has confirmed that many Children are missing as well. There are many humanitarian agencies on the ground, including a UNICEF team that's being deployed. In the affected area in the chief field officer for UNICEF. Is John Metin. You He knows the area. Well, hey, witnessed not only this eruption, but also the previous volcanic eruption. 2002. He's on the line now from Goma. John, first off. Just tell us what What is the priority for UNICEF at the moment? Tell us more about these Children who have gone missing. I should say you've been able to find some. So what's happened? What's the situation? Okay, well, talking about Children we match to find about 530 Children's, which were separated from their families. And fortunately we have been able already to facilitate to reunification off friendly and and 60 of his Children back with their parents, So we are very happy with this. We still have about 170 Children's, which are currently an institution and we are actively We're looking for their parents in order to try to urine inside them
How to Build a Successful Value-Driven News Membership Model
"Read many stories about news innovators in europe and the united states. But what is it like to lounge digital bone outlet in the global south. What are those challenges and opportunities for funders who take the plunge in those countries. Our guest today is one of those founders. He's name is tiny gut. He was editor chief. John one of argentina's newspapers and in two thousand seventeen. He laughed to find rhodesian one of the most innovative examples of digital newspapers in the global south today china will talk about membership human journalism and social empathy and how to measure success of audience participation chine- welcome and thank you for being with us today. Thank you very much thirty for this invitation for having here. I'm regulatory audience of this podcast. So pleasure and a privilege to be thanks. Thank you so much. So i want to start with a personal question. What did you do. Why did you leave a good secure job at an established newspaper to lounge a small new startup. that's a person in question and to make the long story short. I would say i when i was twenty seven year. Old longtime ago any flow very particular path. Down there are a decider graphic. satoru Decided rector innovation director and finally eighteen chief and twenty one is at the company and for years eight chief. I decided to step down And i would say sort of to change the nature of of my challenges. Of course it was a big and beautiful challenge to lead that talented newsroom of almost two hundred people And we work and we do have a lot of fun and success in bringing into the twenty first century Great media brand Born in the nineteenth century But on the other hand today i feel that is also an enormous and also beautiful challenge to create a new media bencher from scratch So to bringing a small but also very talented team That by building this this new media we are trying to answer some essential questions to to our craft journalism and also to me. So how can we acknowledge the the media fatigue And media avoidance phenomenon for example. Or or how can we cover the most pressing social issues we face as society and covered in a different way and probably the most interesting question. A how does this. But equally experience of the twenty first century people's participation can affect journalism. So i would say that the coral of of We are trying to hook like the broadcast. One way or the model per line that was born with us media And he's one of the challenges. Our industry spacey facing. I'm sorry it wasn't short. The the answer but i have two more things to say. There is almost no secure job now. Our industry I think everything is at risk An acknowledging daddy. I think it's a good thing on the other hand. I believe that in the end. I guess That why i step down being there to of great media. Well i guess it has to do a lot with a very personal calling on that I read a sentence which i found very very interesting. What you said. Human journalists can rebuild social empathy. Can you explain to us what it means Yes we believe that the problems we are facing us society. The challenges are very complex and of course Demands complex many times complex solutions and we are not going to find those solutions without an open dialogue between institution politicians and citizens So pariah station. For example. it's it's it's almost the name of the social conversation today at is preventing us to find those solutions. An in-depth sense. i believe. Journalism has an important role in terms of showing Other words helping us understand other opinions For amd we'd take this very seriously advocates axiom. So we been trying sort of new full matz that help how to help us our own To have more empathy with different lives people that lives in a different way of thinking in a different way than myself So it has to do with how we build a more robust set citizenship. That helps that public dialogue to evolve and on find real solutions. Gus dose dilutes might should have at the end semaine back in personal and institutional decisions
F1 agrees to engine freeze for 2022
"I up and essentially we chatting about two issues in one segment. Here it's the main takeaway points from thursday's meeting if the f. One commission in the meeting unanimous approval was given for an engine freeze to come into play from start next year. Movies only really agreed in principle as the commissioners requested additional details regarding the freeze before it's formally confirmed the push Free was originally led by red bow hopes to take on the honda engine project off to the manufacturer lease again of the twenty twenty one john first of all. Because i think it's always worth giving it such a vague title is the f. One commission and more than has agreed upon in relation to this engine freeze at this stage so therefore the commission has existed for decades. Now it's always been viewed as carnival. The first stage of the the formal kind of rules process so their firewood would meet with say sporting directors or tentacle directors service spotting working group technical working group when they would kinda work on ideas and proposed proposed ideas then in the up to the loss congresswoman. You'd have a strategy group which evolved the top teams who would then vote on stuff that affected the top teams only which became a big bone of contention that stress groups. Now so what we. Now have the f. On commission which used to be made up of a mixture teams the f. won a few representative and engine many representative sponsor representative but now now the situation is much simpler. It's thirty members. Ten votes ten votes for one ten votes for the team Basically if you wanna get rules changed instantly it's now called a supermajority so the need for unanimous support is no longer there. It's twenty eight votes. Which means you can't have a situation. I had lost. Sight is blocked the reverse. Grace idea you'd need at least three teams began something for its get blocked so i think is a much better process now should hopefully ensure you know a bit more ensure bit more of a more structured process in a collaborative process as if seemingly engine freeze swing in the old days. You would have been unlikely to get full support for an engine freeze. But it's been work tons to fundamental is determined to bring a new era into one where things get done properly. We've seen the the first outcomes of that yesterday indeed. How big a decision is they. Sytems of what it means more could it potentially due to the future patients regarding the competitive order in formula one. Yes a massive thing. I think we've seen we saw the past few months ever since honda announced his exit from athlon redbook very constant. They said we've got lots of options very relaxed about things and even though there are only seems to be three manufacturers. They could worked with mercedes ferrari and renault. The rules sat side if none of them came forward to give supply deal when i would have to appeal because it supplies the fewest teams. So i think that But it was never something. The red bull really wanted to go down the avenue so they were always very competent than most at taking over the honda engine projects. Which obviously would be a huge undertaking. But they always said it was dependent on a development and f one for the engine side and that as being something that seems so gone back and forth on the past months. Initially you had red bull mercedes very much in favour. Ferrari were against it. Then ferrari goal agreement to bring forward new regulations for the power units from two twenty six twenty twenty five so they were on board but they wanted a balanced performance style mechanism to show no manufacturers called left behind the ladies. Were against it again. And sorta gone back and forth and so we finally got that none of station three. And yeah i think it is. It's very important for the competitive order because it means the ultimately once we get to the start of the twenty twenty two sees an your power unit is set then until the end of twenty twenty four and that's really really huge thing and it's been made very clear by those out in the meeting. There is no balanced performance. Sort of element to this. There's no that if you find yourself suddenly behind you've got to get some benefits. Maybe increased fuel flow or anything like that. Spare catch up again. It is very much that you've gotta get it right first time around. So it's i think bread bullets very exciting is a really cool opportunity to do something you and take on the honda projects which are saying through rights the twenty one but there is also the risk of if they don't get it right and the star twenty twenty than they're going to be stuck in a position for a couple of years so it's going to be pretty high stakes going into next
Grow and Scale to Unlimited Processing with KhaazRa MaaRanu
"Cadre say was up to fire nation and sure something interesting about yourself that most people don't know fire nation. Hello. How're you doing? So glad to be here John One interesting thing about me is that I'm really. Fun Guy I just love doing things by Tanis -ly travel at the drop of a dime I'll do anything and everything at least one time fire nation where Zesbaugh. Naty like you can't blame Cova forever. You still have to be spontaneous from time to time and I think that that is something that caused red definitely has in spades there'll be communicating over the past few weeks I feel like you're just always traveling cadre. Used to travel a lot more before this whole pandemic thing. So that bug is absolutely there unlike you I loved tropical vibes. Places A Beautiful Landscapes Yeah, absolutely. I love her brother and I also personally love your arch Merill Journey, but I want to share with fire nation now. So talk to us about Your Arch Moreau journey to get you to where you are today. Sure. Many years ago with been around for maybe twelve to thirteen years. Now Time Flies John and I started as a door to door sales. Read Right I was working at an Elementary School in Orlando Florida and working my tail off to get into like twenty eight, thousand dollars a year a two weeks vacation hoping seven thirty to three thirty at whatever time off of work and I wanted to do something they gave me more time. Gives me more time and I work hard is up. Can I do something that doesn't can't my income but I, really just wanted to have more time. I'm like you after I just WanNa sit at the beach I. Just WanNa look out the window I just want to play basketball or actually I wanted to do with my children by how can I do that and so I went online inbound a position In a one, hundred percent commission sales opportunity. before and to California wasn't successful at all initially. Because he was trying to do with the corporate way with you know the sales pitch in the book and. Corporate approach in just got turned down. At. Every business that I went to drop it right now. So you know what? Let me just Relate to people from Detroit Michigan School of hard knocks in the thing I I know how to do is connect with people. You know winner talk we're not to talk sometimes and I did that in super. Just to speed it up really quick I. had a triple my income that year a quadruple did the next year. But then I realized that what I was doing wasn't what I thought. I was doing meaning that I was selling the product that I didn't even understand myself rice. Even though I had dropped the sales pitch book, still have the spirit of that particular company in the industry itself, and that is the spirit of confusion. So you know I was selling merchant programs where the be rates were. There'd be tough with at least not by Terminal Benign, bucks you Lisa for three hundred bucks. This is especially for brick and mortar businesses. You can lease terminal could cost ninety nine dollars you can. Literally Lisa the terminal but three to sometimes a thousand dollars per month for forty eight months in into the least they do not own the machine and it was just you know even the in the way we would pitch them. It was just a real messy thing once I realized what I was doing because I had never read the contract I had never really met the contract myself. I was just starting the program. And once I realized I had to move decision it was totally against particular companies I guess goes to really client on what's really happening behind the scenes by the time decline realize what going on it was too late they were locked into. A four, five year contract with all kinds of these anti get out of it was it will require legal entanglement right with them as you have to hire attorneys go through this other stuff in its contract. So it's Kinda hard to get out of it. So. I had to make a decision to leave that company, lead all the money that had all the recurring incumbent had to. It's up deleted lead cable right and so I did that I went to work with another company and in six months I had. Replaced the incumbent Henry the other company, man those bags were not. They were robbing me and I was by taking advantage of announced robbing Murchison's basically right or Robin clients. So. Same thing had been there all of a sudden. They create money out of thin air when I say thin air veneer. So as an example, there's something called Pi compliance that every business needs to happen in particular Brigham mortar businesses by you don't necessarily. Do but something healthy you it helps protect
How The Official California Voter Guide Gets Made
"The official voter guide summarizes each ballot measure give some context and. The main arguments for and against them all in one place here to tell us all about it is K. Q. Weedy reporter Khloe Volkmann. Hi, chloe. Hey Katrina okay. So who's Gary Wisely Gary Wesley the Great California official Voter Guide Naysayer we're GONNA get him in a bit but first some voter guide basics. Like it comes in ten languages the garlic Hongo knee home. Video Tie. John One English Espanol him the come on in several formats including large print and audio. Welcome to the audio version of the California voter information guide for the November Third Two thousand and twenty general election repaired by the California Secretary of State's office. Wow that's a lot of work and the Secretary of State's office males the paper version to over eleven million households yet depending on the number of measures on the ballot it costs between six and fourteen million dollars to produce each time but they save money by printing. It's on this thin crappy paper. And I tend to scribble all the pages and leave a thing lying around reporting this story for Bay curious, Katrina has given me a whole new respect for what it takes to get this booklet into voters mailboxes. Every couple years for starters are learned surprising things about it from the person who oversees its production. My name is Joanna. Suffered I'm the assistant chief of elections for the Secretary of State's office. says. California. has been publishing an official voter guide in some form or other since the early nineteen hundreds, it's the largest mailing that the secretary of State's office puts out and California is among only a dozen or so us states offer this resource. We often have Californians who move away and say, oh my gosh. Information died in my state. How do I make this happened I miss it hiker up in California, and I had no idea that other states don't make a voter guide. So how do they put it together? Join. US says about four months before the election, the secretary of State's office collects information for the guide from four sources I. Joanna and her team writes up some basic somehow and wet vote. Second. Does the Attorney General Who's responsible for writing the basic ballot language namely, the ballot titles and summaries proposition twenty, four Amends Consumer Privacy Laws Initiative Statute. Third. The state's legislative analyst contributes a detailed breakdown of each measure. It includes things like historical context, financial impacts and costs under state law certain businesses that operate in California and collect personal data must meet consumer data privacy requirements. Fourth and last. The Secretary of State's office solicits arguments for each of the measures. One arguments in favor one arguments against and rebuttals to each four in total for. and. Who are the lucky people who get to write these things I mean they're worth go out to at least eleven million households, right so the bottom line Katrina is that anyone can submit an argument for or against a ballot measure the secretary of state posts the propositions on their websites and people have a little less than three weeks to submit arguments way but not everybody who sends in an argument gets picked right exactly. Joanna suffered says there's a pecking order when it comes to selecting the authors. said. There is a preference in priority outlined in our state elections code. It's all laid out in section nine, zero, six, seven it gets complicated. Generally members of the legislature get bus tips on writing measures they put on the ballot.
"john one" Discussed on KOMO
"Jim John, one of North Korea. 100% Thes people is sharp in this barn. Joe Biden's campaign announced it raked in $383 million in September, talking with a supporter in Pennsylvania Biden. A lot of the contributions is coming from lots of regular people. $5.5 million. Thank you. Side point. Really, You know the average contribution out there for all that money this month with something like $44 or something. Today is the deadline for California Republicans to remove unofficial ballot drop boxes under state order, But the GOP says it has no intention of removing the boxes and district with tight congressional races. You're listening to ABC News. Come on. Use Art Sanders. Now your top local stories from the Comb 0 24 7 News Center. The number of Corona virus cases in Washington is again climbing with western Washington and the Puget Sound region, driving the statewide increases. The model show the transmission right on this side of the state is just above the point where the numbers will continue to rise, while Eastern Washington is hovering right around that point, But state health officer Dr Kathy Lo Fi says, we are seeing activity and other states and we know that all the changes that people have made In their life have prevented disease and have saved lives, Sokolov says. Our states also at her near a record level for the number of covert tests completed each day, they were watching for a big decision on car tab from the state Supreme Court. Today, the court posted online that it could file an opinion on initiative 9 76 voters approved slashing car tabs to have flat $30. A King County and other agencies claim the measures unconstitutional. It could wipe out millions of dollars in funding for transit projects. Now you're co Moh traffic..
Astronomers spot the biggest, strangest black hole collision ever found
"Black holes merged in a massive collision seven billion years ago, an event that was only just detected by astronomers. Quoting the verge, the distant show included two major players one black hole roughly sixty six times the mass of our Sun and another black hole roughly eighty five times the mass of our sun the to came close together rapidly spinning around one another several times per second before eventually crashing together in a violent burst of energy that sent shock waves throughout the universe the results of their merger one single black hole roughly one, hundred, forty, two times the mass of our sun and quotes. This makes this new black hole in intermediate sized black hole just the size that has always eluded astronomers smaller black holes called stellar mass black holes like the two that collided or anything between five and one hundred times the mass of our sun and are relatively common as are supermassive black holes ones that are millions and billions the time the mass of our Sun but anything inbetween they've previously only existed in theory according. Again the discovery could help explain why the universe looks the way it does with relatively bountiful scattering of smaller black holes and a few supermassive black holes at the centers of galaxies. One theory of how supermassive black holes get so big is that smaller black holes merge over and over consolidating until they become enormous. But if that were the case there'd have to be intermediate black holes out there in the universe somewhere and quotes. This merger is also the farthest one. The observatory's detected it US based in Italy based Virgo have ever detected five point three, billion, par six from us. When massive objects like black holes merge they create gravitational waves that are huge literal ripples in space and time. But by the time they make it to us. They're barely detectable. That's where observatories like Ligo and virgo come in which have been designed specifically to pick up on these faint gravitational waves. This particular one dubbed John One nine zero to one was detected on May. Twenty first of last year and was just published today in the Journal Physical Review Letters in the astrophysical journal letters quoting the verge again lie go and Virgo only picked up four little waves from the merger in their detectors perturbations that lasted just one tenth of a second scientists working with the data used four different algorithms to find the wiggles ultimately allowing them to pinpoint the masses of the merger and just How much energy was released during the process of the collision the of seven times the mass of our sun was destroyed and became energy leaving the system. So it's pretty impressive in terms of energetics. If you think about it said Salvatore vitale assistant professor at Lago, the equivalent of seven suns was destroyed in a very small fraction of a second end quote. Yeah. In a tenth of a second, this black hole collision created ten thousand times the total energy that Sun emits over its entire lifetime. And here's another weird thing about this discovery. One of the black holes that merged the larger one with the solar mass of eighty five it really shouldn't even exist. Quoting, bad astronomy eighty, five solar masses is bigger than any black hole we expect to get from a single Supernova. Massive Star explodes the core collapses to form a black hole cores from about thirty two to sixty five times. The Sun's mass, which is huge are unstable creating huge positions in the star, which then explodes leaving behind a black hole less than sixty four times the sun's mass. Stars with cores from sixty five up to roughly one, hundred, thirty, five times the Sun's mass. Then these are absolute beasts very few exist undergo what's called pair production instability where energies in the core are so high that gamma rays very high energy photons of light spontaneously split into electrons and positron 's this robs the core of energy it needs to support itself and the results can be catastrophic. The Star can either have a cosmic paroxysm or. Can Explode the court itself detonates as well leaving behind no black hole at all stars more massive than that should leave behind black holes in the eye. mbH Or intermediate black hole range more than one hundred times the sun's mass but stars like that are incredibly rare. So a black hole with eighty five solar masses. These weird. The only way we know how to create one is if to lower mass black holes merged to form it and quote. So a lot of weird unprecedented stuff in this black hole merger. As with all great discoveries, it has led to more questions than answers. Observatories Ligo and Virgo off line at the moment undergoing upgrades. But when they return at the end of next year, astronomers are hopeful that they'll be able to detect even more mergers like this one and maybe shed some light on some of these
The Trump Administration's Policies in Afghanistan and Africa
"The foundation for the Defense of Democracies. He's a senior fellow keeps the Long word journal with Tom Johnson and his colleagues. We go immediately to Afghanistan because here during the Republican convention We want to explicate what we can of the Republican intention if it is successful, winning a second term for President Trump and then to remark upon thee. Trump administration's policies in Africa, particularly when it comes to the kind of length organization Al Shabaab on the attack. Billa Very good evening to Afghanistan, you and Tom for many weeks and months now. Have illustrated that the trump policy from the first term was to make a deal with the Taliban and withdraw as much of the American presidents as possible. And hope for the best. I do not expect the Republicans toe have another direction is your sense bill that the military is quit with Afghanistan? As much as the political apparatus is quit, are there of two minds here? Good evening to you, Bill. Good evening, John. Yes. So I agree with you. The Trump Administration is not going to change policy in Afghanistan, Um, barring some type of major events. Um, it's it's just both sides of the aisle are pushing the end The endless wars narrative, which, of course is ridiculous, because the jihadists have a say, and they're going to keep fighting when we leave, of course. We could. You could say something like we wantto end our involvement in these wars. Fine, But the wars will continue our enemies get a vote, and they're nowhere near tired of fighting. The U. S. First the U. S military goes for Afghanistan. Give US military as a whole. Once out of Afghanistan, it's been a drain on their resource is on their energy. Um, I don't. I think they don't see an end. There. They feel again. I'm not speaking for the entire military. And this was the sense I get from millet, you know, from top military leaders. Who have basically signed on signed off on this policy. There's been no objection publicly to this policy of, uh, negotiating with the Taliban and cutting a deal with them, even though they support Al Qaeda. In the meantime, the Taliban and there is Taliban Afghanistan. In several iterations, there's Taliban, Pakistan and several generations the Taliban is preparing for Nearly triumph, but rule I follow from your posting at long word general that Tariq eat Taliban. Pakistan is congratulating the Muslim UMA in general and the Mujahideen in particular on the merger of the two main groups of jihad in Pakistan. Can we regard this as a temporary merger because and they'll be back to fighting over cities or is there some collective push now for the Pakistan, Taliban and the Afghanistan Taliban to work together? So I think there's a push for the Pakistani Taliban in the Afghan Taliban already work close together, Um they Pakistani Taliban fighters have refocused their efforts to Afghanistan. After Pakistani military operations against them. Remember the Pakistanis play a double game? You're You're a good jihadist If you fight in Afghanistan are cashmere, but you're bad jihadists in the fight against the Pakistani state. So this merger that came up really? I found a little surprising because I could point back to a statement in 2015, where the one of the two groups of it's called One of them's Hezbollah, Har. Um, you know, so it had announced that it already merged with the movement of the calibre, or should I say there were ties broken during the turmoil back in 14 4015 with Mullah Omar staffed and when Melissa was alone took over the Pakistani Taliban. Ah, lot of inside baseball, but I won't go into but they had already announced that they had reunited, so something has happened here. Within the last five years. I think this is really sort of There was probably some kind of personality dispute, and I think a lot of this is for propaganda anyway. Really, to just say, hey, look, we're all unified. We're all going to, you know, operate under the same command when I think essentially they were doing the same thing. I go to Africa because you are a U is a long word General have resource is to cover the story of Al Shabaab. We spoke recently of their surprisingly professional looking videos of their recruiting on their training. Now we have a report from long word general of Al Shabaab on the attack hotel military base suicide assault, reminding me that this is a very sophisticated outfit trained with Al Qaeda, Sze Ah complex attacks as Al Shabaab growing and strength to your measure, it does the next Trump administration need to pour more resource is or get out as well. Yes. Oh, Africa has always been fascinating, particularly Somalia. I think some outside of the Taliban Shabbab is the most effective jihadist insurgency in the world. They have They continually take the fight to the rump some Somali government they control 25% of the country despite the fact that you have the African Union and the US and what they could piece together the Somali military and police. To oppose them, and they're there have very good propaganda. As you noted, It's improved a lot over the years and there are very effective at conducting their attacks and keeping their their fighters. Trained and keeping them in the rank and file. Remember, there's been an attempt by the Islamic state to poach from Shabaab, but it's been largely unsuccessful. Not only did they have they conducted major attacks on military bases and hotels, yet another town this one outside of the town of Baidoa, which eyes in sorry the city. If I go, it's probably the second largest city in southern Somalia. Um they took over the town after the Somali military withdrew in the Somali military withdrew from that town because Shabaab was besieging it, so I think Um, I always reluctant to say they're growing in strength. Thes groups have sort of There's an Evan flow to the fighting, and sometimes particularly went outside groups. When the African Union and the US start piling on them. They have some issues, but they're able to await it out. That's the one thing these John, one of the several things that they have. To their advantage. They have the time. You know, that old saying goes, we have all the clocks, but they have all the time While they're very patient in their fight. They're very patient in their jihad. While we have men may have sophisticated military equipment, that's the clocks. They have the time and patients in the will to fight these battles, not enough terms of the US election cycles but in terms of decades Built in general. Now we're at the crossroads for another administration, either, Mr Trump second. Mr Biden's first. Is there any indication pattern worldwide that Al Qaeda is waiting for that decision, or are they staying on the offensive? Matt, no matter who wins. Yeah, I think there are on the offensive. No matter who wins. They do follow the political situation here, but I think they've come to the conclusion that this is just my opinion here. But I think they've come to the conclusion that it doesn't really matter again that end the endless wars narrative and and the actions by the U. S government over two successive administrations. Policies of withdrawn, scaled down and whatnot would look to us is withdrawing troops from Iraq. It just closed that the major based ontology or at least US personnel being at that base. Almost 2000 troops are coming out of there. Um, they see this all and nature there taking it all in, and they realized that the end of our fight in administration is not going to counter act. These measures. Bill Rocha
"john one" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"On the KNBR, Northern California Honda dealers, radio networks John Miller Flip between Piper, Let me come things out here on KNBR knbr. To bond the hitter and the Giants in a 11 time by a stone on the mountain. Here's Day Flynn John first pitch from buys his fastball that rides high bond takes it. Mauricio du Bon, Brandon Crawford, Tyler Heinemann, the bottom part of the Order Chance have some weapons available on the bench will see. Gabe Kapler manages this seventh inning of a tie game 1212 pitch. Bonds, swings at a slider and hits a foul off to the right. Well. Rabban has not had great at bats tonight and that swing right there was indicative of some of his swings. He's ahead in the count, want to know? And he just chased a breaking ball off the outside. Pedro Baez has really good stuff. But that is not a pitch that du Bon wanted to swing in. Here's the 11 Duvan hits this one on the ground toward first, but Erol's foul by first base, Max Muncy. Is playing. He'll go chase after no, No, what we call ball dudes down the lines during a pandemic time. So the players are going to do a little extra work in that regard. Dave. I should mention after this happening. It will be the seventh inning stretch sponsored by Dignity. Health. Hello, human kindness. First things first, the Giants trying to rally here in a tie game 12112 the count to do bond by his pitches. Do Bon hits a foul got fast ball over the outside. Took a rip at it. Dodgers left hander Adam Cole Eric Up in their bullpen, and he's a guy who's really been a lefty specialist type. We'll see how Dave Roberts wants to use him. He's been very good at that. But he has not been a pitcher who has had much success against right handed hitters. The pitch is in the dirt from bias. Two and two. It could be. Dave Roberts would target somebody like Mike. It's Trump's Keep for Alaric and try Tohave caloric face him with two outs. So that he could get a matchup. He likes finishing inning and then you Khun, then the three batter Minimum rule is out the window. Lancelot nuances to this new rule. We'll see how they play out during this season. Here's a swing and a Miss Duvan goes down second time he has struck out in this game kind of hanging slider. Recio du Bon. Just could not connect one out. Up comes Brandon Crawford 1212 Score in L. A. Dave Roberts is coming out, so he's going to make a pitching change and kill. Eric is going to be asked to face Crawford and this is definitely a spot where we could see Donovan Solano, for instance, off the bench. Against a lefty and what I would think at that point Jax would feel like would be a pretty good match up. We'll see how Kappler wants to play. When it's time for a change. Think speedy oil change an auto service. Your trusted oil changed tune up. And break experts. We're going to do this all season long where we're highlighting not just people, but groups who have done good work in support of the fight against covert 19. And tonight we're honoring fanatics, a giant's corporate partner as they've stepped up to help during the covert 19 pandemic fanatics, the company that manufactures the official uniforms for MLB. Use the raw materials from Major league baseball jerseys to create masks and hospital gowns. But it seemed that story that was fairly early in the pandemic. They acted quickly when we really, really needed that stuff. Halted Jersey Assembly and use their 360,000 square foot manufacturing plant create over one million masks and gowns. Well done. Giants would like to give fanatics a fog fog horn salute for their work in the community and literally were giving him a foghorn salute. Thank you for a job. Well done so we could only do that because we're doing these road games from Oracle Park in San Francisco way wouldn't have that fog going if we were in L. A. It's really hard to travel. The fog D. C could do it, of course, but things are too packed. Little little extra work for him, but That's a problem. That's a next year Project for D C. Assuming were sort of back to normal and we'll be travelling. If we keep doing our foghorn salutes A D. C. We're gonna need that on the road next year. That is a A good project for D. C. Who, By the way, Karen Chan has done a terrific work on our behalf to get this whole thing set up tonight. Hasn't been the smoothest ride entirely out of the hands of Darren Chan. But he has worked very hard to get are set up in place so that we could do these games. Even While not traveling with the Giants. Is not easy. A lot of technical know how has gone into it. So caloric is taking over and it looks to me like the Giants are indeed making a swap at the plate. Donovan Solano, who That's such a great year hit 3 30 last year destroyed left handed pitching. And he's going to face Kal Eric in a tie game 1 to 1 first pitch to Solano. He swings at it and grounds one to the hole. It short backhanded by Seeger and his throat first. Is there in time to get Solano. So that's that the Giants Get a match up. I'm sure they liked and Solano was too quick. He was out in front just hit a soft ground ball. Two down..
"john one" Discussed on Hotel Nerd Network
"All right and as me like always in social media platforms. Release hotel nerd. You can just growing up on our facebook twitter. I have a But now they call snap chat now all which slowly figuring out. The big may even have an instagram. I don't remember. If i find that. Our i my brains right. After the past he would sell fair on twitter. Is that hotel under sport or at eighty six in the scheme hell business or analyst that much we need the donation. We need drivers. We need more public hours. Watch if you wanna do super chat Directly to us. We'll see him here while we're doing the screen fly go to a second bird. Boris were rutley. Close as you can to being able to do that. We have right it's january numbers pumped up because that's special. We need to get. We need to january first. We need his numbers. Just so the only way we added guys launching by subscribing by carrying and getting the word out but otherwise. I had nothing say dawn. I don't know your boss one now. i'm good now. They've cut back all right now but also at the end of the video. Now i'm i'm really name all the places that we have or are more the version name now sky the video and Divine your favorite provider era. Look for hundred minor us bought. The only thing is so that. Thank you going Kind of impromptu. Welcome thank you for having me off the cuff. But we've been promising this for now two months and yeah about two months since things like it just now is the right time. Every time shit happens then so got done. Can't wiesel have a good day holiday. Don't blow off anything or anybody else so on that note near to the holiday all right. Do you have a good holiday..
"john one" Discussed on Hotel Nerd Network
"Off. Because i know You hear us talking about all the time. When you make a big return or salt end the whole arena. Just goes off the rails in. It's just nerves away in. They said that gives them energy. All that i yeah. I could see that. Definitely the one wondering why didn't talk and battle. We are gonna leave some time for you. Basically have an open mic. And i was just gonna sit back right. Things want to fill okay because listening. You cook our right. I think that's pretty much it i mean. I think we've covered just about everything that we needed to cover for anybody that has heard it before. You're the reason. Why i'm actually doing your. You actually introduced me to wasn't amc. Climate ended up being flyer and right leonard. Use me that whole world of them talking movies and stuff. I always wanted to china. We doing us before with you to when it was really crappy. Yeah when school hangouts. I remember that yeah hang out. So no dream live stream yard or so much better as much as i quite extreme labs. What might try to do stuff. I will take extreme. Labs ward any data we over go hang stream yards and you know all the other streams that's out there at least we can actually go into our studies. I figure out what was wrong. What's going on with everything clang out fairness and that's it. There's no way of actually trying to figure out anything. He can't do anything or make banners or light protect now food that we had right before we started here was like okay. I don't exactly what's wrong. I hope all right. Google hangouts is probably the screen thing that we had at that time. Yeah i think day per much the only name in down at the moment you were baking like you. You're right so but not the cut this short point. I have to start slowly end around for work tonight. I have a house right. So i understand. If you want your plugs your mortal welcome to now. Okay so head and follow me at movie night. Tv tonight on. facebook and follow me on. Instagram will be loves united loves unite trendy gorriak eight five can actually follow me on twitter on going in awesome. Warren movie lovers unite tonight on well. Actually movie lovers unit on twitter. And that's pretty much it for sean..
"john one" Discussed on Hotel Nerd Network
"Michael parolee. and i've forgot the actor that played bobby off the supreme because they actually have a podcast call talking sopranos so i tweeted out to them just to see what would happen. Of course no nothing response to that by something actually happened in nineteen eighty four summer of nineteen eighty-four with someone told you about the writer. Actually like my tweet tweet. I was tweeting to film on the rocks. Which is this other podcast. That listen to and he happened to see that and he ended up liking a message to him and he said that he would be doing. Everybody probably not until like october. But i don't really have anybody lined up at the moment or anything like that. I've been trying to find more people tax. I interviewed rob roy the other night. She's an independent film actress. I interviewed her. And debbie nichols or episodes. All right have you found yourself of these a platform yet to do videos yet. You still look into. I'm probably going to try stream yard since now. It actually converted over to mobile for people who don't have a computer yet so. I'm probably going to try that out. See how it goes speaking of long haul. It's brought up is they just did a major overall like you says mogul Which is nice. Because if i want to be sitting generic year in my studio bedrooms situation but i could be on the go and do videos. Or if i'm out chasing i can do videos which i'm i'm up at Also we can people on video now will be mean not fantastic so really with both of us on same time we can have a other guests awesome. And you know industry mean all the slowdowns. I wonder how that's gonna affect. That means. i can visit door now for brief roles. That's true it does open up the doors for full. I think maybe once that guesses done thinking going in closed out and then the other guest comes in and do it that way. I was in europe off the for last night. We did today but later in the conversation. That's right that's fine. Awesome same here as well bulletin. Do test ron tonight was. I'm probably going to do a test run tonight. See how it's going to go see policy of has anything going on. Yeah you have to love me know how it runs the elderly people you can get in there and i will. I my big worry is. Is it maligning our things lack. That's my concern. that's my in into. I'd feel like the more people you have. It's going to lack right now until the bugs worked out of it. Yeah just for people but just for two people or whatever. I think it'll be fine before people nine people i think that's a little over saturated for four it right now. If you knew lord that bopper you have to pick one who won't thing it now after the one group were mean like the word then once that the worst would probably the worst would be primed for mode it trying to find ways to promote podcast especially west only so luckily for me i stumbled across a couple of groups that actually allowed promoting promoting podcasts inside groups of able to do that that the president is trying to get yourself out there to where people can gravitate towards that the other thing would probably be the editing part whenever there's Put down there. When there's no sound coming from somebody else guy.
"john one" Discussed on Hotel Nerd Network
"You know. I mean i've been doing. I've been working in the hospital for fifteen. So i definitely feel the effects of it by the time i get home is like untapped but i'm haul everything. I'm pretty much tired to the point. Where all i'll just put on movie on for background noise and i'll try to go to sleep but sometimes even when i'm tired i still pump out my podcast. It's fun us consumer from burnout on lake that that month. Stretch where we went from having nobody then. All the sudden in kate landed in and alison dirr trump and Snows an the weirdest pound one gas right after the another every meet giving slayton here like they're about five weeks they're like okay. I'll start burn willow bay here. We need the operates as well for me. I didn't really feel like. I was needing to slow down and actually made me feel and keep going ahead is like you gotta keep the momentum going at the same time on the physical awards like were and taking care of the kid which is on the right as like expressing different directions. It's break time. Yeah and i get that too. I mean i skip a day and then the next day i'll do an episode and then to another day i do another observe and to make it gets on to me all the time because you need a rest. I will 'cause and all the other. I thought you said we're gonna arrest said there's a new story that just broke. I had to talk about it. So here's.
"john one" Discussed on Hotel Nerd Network
"Nice thank. I didn't even realize they was the anniversary of your podcast. So those thank you man. I do appreciate that. I mean. I guess us not be able to do to be kind of work well. Today's actually the anniversary day and everything. So i'm going to try and get to do a one on one on my they soon as an anniversary special by you know i ended. What i always do is whenever. I'm doing Podcasts upset. I want something that audience click to and if i know that the episodes not gonna work because they can actually feel the energy. They can feel if it's working or not and you know sometimes i'll do about three or four different takes on something i'm like okay. This is just not working. So i just don't even do it and it was just one of those dull episode knows dull in his nothing. No actual stuff to actually talk about. I'll go on ahead. And i'll go into the next day. What's on the news actually cover and then all combined news with today's news and also too. I also always try to find a topic to talk about as well like christian does and everything and i always get my fans to ask pick a topic or my friends to pick a topic and i cover it that way. I mean that seems to be a pretty good model that he's put together there to be able to do something like that in christian before we really started getting some momentum underneath us is that i don't know he realized that the he's definitely a beacon for you contact creators like us right. He's definitely is and if we think centre on him or anything but it's like he sniffling. They'll be here on church appleby long afghan and he probably have by now because of the right now like lighter why i really honestly between those two..
"john one" Discussed on Hotel Nerd Network
"I like i like it. It's definitely culturally aware. Were in it is right. You could definitely tell us a twenty twenty movie. That's great at least at least they actually know that when it's gone for it's not like it's dated and there's a lot of easter eggs to the second watch. I noticed a bunch of moving from the series in the one i saw was the exorcist. Goes i love that episode. There there is a lot of Poster easter eggs. Yeah watch out for all right. I'm pretty much sold on that. And with the the order. That i'm watching is actually pretty good. It has about this kid who burst into this college looking for the secret society that supposedly killed his mother and so his grandfather is trying to seek revenge on that secret society and then we also have where wolves who also are also against that as well so he becomes a double agent trying to take down the order warlocks and witches and stuff. What magic ivan loss. That one. Another one that phone lines that i just right just so i haven't got a chance to watch season two yet. I like maybe two episodes away from finishing season one. How many seasons are there out there. what's this one. Would the order just two seasons. So you're able to foot series by what episode of the season. It's like i want to say it's like ten episodes. I think or maybe thirteen somewhere around that area. They don't normally do much more thirteen right three. It's easier to binge and they just released unsolved mysteries which was like sixty. Yeah i need to watch that. I wanna see what they did with that same hair as well if you was not about ourselves. Will you talk to spell. B ninety student out holy healthcare downey on a normal than they needed elevated. Ville plenty unsolved mysteries. Music wants it is. It is and really is creepy..
"john one" Discussed on Hotel Nerd Network
"To get started at please back and enjoy the show are live won't not live but regarding right so i'm hotel nerd movie night and Just to get some housekeeping out of the way apologized for or not being able to do anything. Last week by everything went well This is the one on one interview that we view last week play You know whether or markets through everything so wonderful pennsylvania. Summer john how you bendable. But yeah. I've been doing all right. Man i just i just been keeping busy. I was on. Acs universe Youtube channel yesterday and everything. And then i ended up subscribing to shatter recently. So i'm yeah. I actually checked out. A new movie called summer. Eighty four which came out in two thousand eighteen move. Pretty good for a little Horror film that came out of it was really good. I've been wanting to get shudder. It's just haven't got to yet will see signs for right. The good thing is i actually have a thirty day subscription because the promotion code that i actually had so i got like thirty days free when you only get seven days free earn. So yeah i forget. I can't remember the name of the show that i wanted to watch. That made me wanna get shut Taro is the one. That's creating a remake creek trail right. Yes the yield. We're welcome. that's one five one so we'd watch orange speaking of legend watchdog for sleep directors. Oh what's thank because i actually own. It is definitely pretends very often. I love your sleep now. You see why. I'm watching it because there's a lot of information that's in that film that you might miss and not only that but the writing is fantastic yes a sequel to the shining but at the same time its own little entity its own little a movie..
What Every Business Owner Needs to Know About Healthcare with Saul Marquez
"Saul say what's up to fire nation and share something interesting about yourself that most people don't know fire nation is a pleasure to be here and I know all of you are on fire. I'm on fire to John. One thing that most people don't know is that I went through the J. L. D. podcasting Boob Ham. I invested in your last kickstarter book campaign and spent some valuable time with you and kate over in Puerto Rico. And let me just tell you? I'm putting everything in the practice and I am on fire The podcast is rocking on all cylinders. And I'm excited to share some of the things we're a healthcare focus podcast and now a media company Happy to share the areas of success that we've had the challenges but most importantly you know the the the opportunities for for your listeners. That are that are Providing healthcare benefits to them their employees or to themselves how to be smart about it so appreciate the The opportunity to be here John and excited for our time together. We'll I'm fired up because it really feels like a full circle moments to me because like when I saw your name come across when I offered up the day with jail D. I was like yeah well. I'm spending a day with this guy. He's cool. We know we got on our little pre call all right. This is going to be a fun day. He came down to Puerto Rico. We had a great time. Just made it happen from morning 'til nights in you know when that happens. Fire nation invest in yourself at that level. Because let's just be honest a day with jail de ain't cheap. I just knew that saw was going to go off and do some great things. Of course he is doing and I just really love that whole process of seeing somebody come down here form. Just the concept of what they're going to create and then go off actually creates awesomeness. And as I mentioned in the intro. Today we're GONNA be talking all about what you need to know about healthcare and how it can literally make or break your business fire nation because one thing when I was going over. You know what we're going to chat about today. Saw The blew me away is that the healthcare economy is three point. Four not million not billion trillion dollars in you found a way to grow your business by tapping into this. So how have you done that? And how can fire nation maybe get a little pieces of Pie to John? A great way to start this trillion with a t fire nation. So the thing that matters here is that so one day I was So by the way. Three years into the PODCAST. I've done over five hundred interviews so cool. I've had an incredible experience and through the process. Have become a thought leader in the in the healthcare space in one of my interviews With Gavin Tayo. He's a venture capitalist in in healthcare devices Wellness he he. He helped me realize this insight John and fire nation. That healthcare is an economy. It's not just a vertical. It's three point four trillion dollars. And and here's the deal. There's three things you have to know about it. And it's riddled with opportunity. It's that number one. It's highly inefficient. Their silos everywhere. And it's highly complex so so with these three things in mind you have to understand with highly inefficient systems. There's an opportunity for you to simplify. And if you are not in healthcare. Think about what. Your solution is whether you be in digital marketing or it or software. Think about the solution that you have today. There's an opportunity for us that and purpose it for healthcare The silos that exist everywhere. That's an area that I was able to tap into and and add value so not only is data silos from hospitals to clinics to to public healthcare institutions. The communication is silent. Nobody talks to anybody and when I started the the PODCAST and Alan over with John to learn how to do it like a master I was able to actually Bring back some some some massive improvements in the way that health care leaders share their information their best practices now. Everybody taps into the outcomes rocket the outcomes rocket podcast is the name of my podcast to find out what's going on in healthcare and and I mean today as I said over. Five hundred interviews. Wow are we nowhere near the site of John's of course but we're doing fifty thousand plus downloads a month job. And it's so niche though. I mean that's what I love. Is that area fifty thousand downloads. A month on apart. Gas In that Niche. That you've carved out for yourself is equivalent to hundreds of thousands of listens a month in a vigor niche and. That's why I always tell people that. Let me listen to my podcast level. I'm like well. It all depends like if you're doing a ballet podcast just for people that do do ballet. Then guess what a hundred listeners per episode could be a wonderful business because now you have such a core audience right there. There's tuning in specifically in that. Little tiny niche. So the Richardson. The niches obviously three point four trillion dollars. Which is the healthcare economy is not this tiny niche. But just he's focus on healthcare. He's not just like I'm going to interview successful entrepreneurs I've done fire nation which worked by the way back in two thousand twelve. He launched a podcast here in two thousand nineteen. And beyond. When you're listening to this. I mean you've really got to choose something and go with it and that's why when saw was down here in Puerto Rico. I was like dude. You're got his rights like you need to become the person in this niche in this vertical in this industry. He's done that in three years. And five hundred plus episodes and he keeps on going and one thing before I pass it back over to you so I want to mention because you use this word master fire nation. Every single master was a disaster. I was a disaster. I saw was disaster. Every human being was a disaster before they were a master. So when you're hearing salt talk about getting a piece of this three before trillion dollars and you're like but I don't even have a clue yet. We'll of course you yet because you're a disaster right now in that area because you haven't done anything but you will become a massive by putting the work by putting the time by listening to people like myself and Saul who are doing things in our respective niches so saul takeaway brother. Yeah Yeah and just to add to that John is is the when I when when I first sat down with you remember being in the in the in your living room white boarding you blew my mind with funnels. You blew my mind with that with batching. I mean all these things I'm doing now and and I'll be honest with you. Most people think I'm crazy. They're like you're not you're doing four to five episodes a week you're nuts and I'll be honest Because of the time we spent together. I'm like you know what I mean. I'm doing a great job but there's more could be done. There's this crazy friend of mine his name. And what's crazy about that? Those soldiers to break in for a second is people. Louis assume on the busiest person the world they always say that. And I'm like I hate to break. It's because this might like kind of make you feel a little bit bad but I am so not busy like today. I'm really busy. I am doing like seven. Am to nine PM. I'm working essentially every day. I have multiple working every hour multiple multiple interviews back to backs. But this is the one day this week that I'm putting in any kind of work like this. The other four five six days this week I literally have this open schedule worship me creating doing what I WANNA do. Exercising on the pelt on the talking about during our pre interview chat like so you can produce like Saul produces you can produce content like I produce on this high quantity level without killing yourself. You just gotTa have these batching situations that we're talking about you can have the system to the automation that again take time. It's going to be a disaster for your first but over time you can become a master. So salt back to you rather. Yeah no it's great great great Chad and and you know so so as we as we discuss Podcast and I think we'll John because this is a lot of fun. Now we'll go back and forth from podcast And the business stuff and the healthcare stuff. If that's cool with you definitely awesome so so really you know taking a dip back into the into the healthcare. You know your your your employees health benefits. They keep rising your personal benefits. Keep Rising I. I had a partnership with the with the benefits company that I met through an interview on the podcast It turned into a business partnership and I and I learned through that partnership the nature of the insurance business and and I was. I was flabbergasted number one Because and it's an honest there's truth here so so just so you know the nature is that healthcare in the US is a business insurance in the US is a business businesses seek to grow and that means that your costs are GonNa rise as a consumer of them. And if you if you if you think about it for a second you know. There are a large portion of hospitals in the United States that are publicly owned companies insurance companies that are publicly owned companies and the way that that they improve their revenue and profits is by reducing costs and increasing their revenue which is your premiums and the costs that it costs all of us to get healthcare.
Almost EGOT Elton John wins music Oscar
"A veteran music maker has rocketed back into the Oscar limelight it is been twenty five years since Elton John won his last Oscar and most of the kids who may have seen him win for lying king are old enough to have their own kids now to see his quarter century drought and the winning song I'm going to Love Me again from his bio pic rocket man accepting it John thanked his longtime musical partner Bernie Taupin who has been the constant thing in my life when I was screwed up when I was normal he's always been there for me John first Oscar win was four can you feel the love tonight from the original line came on Oscar was Gabriel
Almost-EGOT Elton John,wins music Oscar
"A veteran music maker has rocketed back into the Oscar it is limelight been twenty five years since Elton John won his last Oscar and most of it the kids is been who twenty may have seen five him years win for since lying Elton John king won his are last old enough Oscar to have their own kids and most now of the kids to see who may his have seen quarter him century win for lying drought king and the are winning old song enough to have their I'm own going kids to Love now Me to again see his from quarter his bio century pic drought rocket man and accepting the winning song it John thanked I'm going his to Love longtime Me again musical from partner his bio pic Bernie rocket Taupin man accepting who has been it John thanked his longtime the musical constant partner thing in my life Bernie Taupin when I was screwed who has been up when I was normal the he's always constant been there for thing me in my life John first when Oscar I was win screwed was up four can when you I feel was the normal love tonight he's always from been the original there for me line John first came Oscar on win Oscar was was four Gabriel can you feel the love tonight from the original line came on Oscar was Gabriel
Johns, Comeau help Stars beat Lundqvist, Rangers 5-3
"The Dallas Stars scored two second period goals to pull away to a five three victory over the New York Rangers your grip the quick one nothing lead on a power play goal by probably should have rich but the stars is bonded to go up to the one on a pair probably scores my job of Belsky just sixteen seconds apart for whatever reason we've been about about can compete in exciting thing is we get down we don't go away from our game you know we we have a way one plan we've been consistent with that the Rangers the tied it to later in the period on another call with the man advantage this one by Brett Howden that's even John's first of the year give the stars leave for good in the second fallout four minutes later by a goal from Blake como Dallas moved into second place in the central division with the wind Tom Mariam New York
Understanding Yoga and Meditation
"Welcome back to the perhaps the most chill episode of the Living Healthy podcasts. Yet I'm your host Andrew Bell and I'm your coach for any well then we just got done taking a yoga class at La Fitness Bernie. Can I officially say that. I'm a Yogi now. You're officially hitting the chill zone. She'll zone I'm trying to work my way out of it. We literally got taking a class about ten minutes ago So I think I saw you hit Nirvana one project boss moment where I looked over and I go. He's either asleep because is he's so at peace until yeah or he's like fully hitting his Nirvana and I'm actually I've only taken about. I think this is my fifth with Yoga class ever and I only took my first one probably three months ago with my wife. So this is like was super new to me. I'm definitely very nudie abyss so this is kind of cool because we have have the newbie perspective which is mine and then we have kind of the experience one which is yours and then we have very experienced one over here. Yes we ever experienced guest today which is our Yoga instructor for today. Fascinating fascinating man by the name of John Lyon. He's been a yoga instructor for La Fitness for a while now and as we said before we just got done with this class of first of all. John How did we do in the class. You did fantastic. We all know we probably completed. Yoga is more about the breath in the moving than the actual perfection action to go in there and strive for any type of perfection and oppose is not doing yoga. It's bringing in the stuff that harms so you guys did amazing so just go and flow flow with it and breathe with it and You did great perspective. I've never actually heard it. Put that way and I have to say that is exactly what I took took from your class. It was an hour of just being in the moment truly in the moment and from every whether it was like the anecdotes you told or whatever it was that we were doing it was so everything was just. It was very mindful very peaceful and it all kind of came full circle back to how could relate to everyone personally in their own life and it was a very healing and like spiritual experience it is it is and that's what this episode is about is kind of yoga but also meditation and how they kind of Interchange with with each other and work together But before we get started we have to break the flow of this episode. To remind you. If you're not a subscriber please subscribe to the podcast. That's how you'll you'll get new episodes delivered straight to your phone when we release them. which is every other Monday? If you're new and all year long we're going to be bringing on nutrition. Experts fitness experts in general health experts to talk about a variety. Righty of health topics. To help you get to and through your goals so all right. Let's get back to the show here so John First of all we WANNA learn a little bit about you your background. What got got you into Yoga because first of all people can't seem well if they see the thumbnail they will? But you probably don't look like the average person you would expect to be doing yoga. I don't yeah so so. What what got you into Yoga My wife is that we we started off two weeks before we went to see a movie and it was on the history of Yoga and it was about two and a half hours and at that point I thought it was about two hours and fifteen minutes too long and it was boring and it was a smoother and There's a lot of Yogis in there and just loved. It was a history of the breathing and the channels in the energy and all these different parts of Yoga and I just sat there and I fell asleep in and a couple of times it was their premier and so we walked out and they had this table tabletop with everybody who had anything to do with anybody who had energy in there. There's a producers the Editors the writers directors anybody who put any type of hands on that film were there and all these women around all these people around and they're all just gushing about it and that's my wife and I are walking out. They asked me what I think about the movie and I go. You don't want to know what I think about that. Other ask one of these other women he goes. Don't what do you think about it. And I told him I said well I go if you ask them to give you my honest opinion I go. I think it's a bunch of hocus pocus mumble bumble bee s and He he he okay. And that's the interesting thing is he just said Okay and and my wife was mad. I mean everybody was looking around like I was like the crazy guy and we walked out and Two weeks later. She asked me if I I wanted to take a yoga class. There's this place down the street that was free. I said if it's free it's for me and I went in there and I took the first class and It was physically challenging changing. But I told my wife before I go weird in there. I'm going to go ahead and just step outside and sit in the car because I don't you don't know what's what you're getting into yoga mystical. So Oh I went through that first class and physically challenged. I went through the second class the next day and Something happened to me and and that was when I was going to sleep I wasn't awake. I wasn't asleep and I just told my wife that you'll free my mind and I denied it at first when she said I go like I said it and that's when I realized that I need to do more of this. So that's what was my first weekend of Yoga is that it just freed. Read my mind after after two places that that was ten years ago ten years ago and it was just just There's a lot of dynamics in my life that we're going on that we're very challenging. I slept like a baby. Go to sleep and I'd be up about every fifteen twenty minutes Kinda you know. Restless solicit everything and that I'd go back to sleep but that piece that I experienced after just the second class was the Besley that I received and so I just found myself wanting to go back more and more and more and just eating more of it and which was really good. Wow that's awesome. That's yeah that's very cool is would you say what would you say is the ultimate ultimate goal of Yoga. Then is it to find that peace is it to heal your body. Is it just to get exercise to what. What is the ultimate goal of Yoga or meditation? General I it can be all of it because Yoga's uh-huh physical practice. There's definitely a physical dynamic that you will tone in sculpture body but there's also the piece component with the breath that you can find and yourself. Pardon me in his place of seated meditation and all Yoga is a moving meditation my perspective because the Word Word Yoga when it comes right down to it it translates into harnish into yoke and that's to connect the breath to the body and Dach- that's where you'll get is and it's been around for six thousand years and in the first but when I started yoga it was there to find seated meditation out that was the ultimate that was the ultimate go when Yoga I started six thousand years plus ago because they were all hunter gatherers they wanted to find a place to come to for stillness us so they practice these poses to find one in their body so they can meditate to their supreme being whatever it was meditation Yoga Alga Right Gateway to to meditate. Okay L. DO Yoga. The Yoga was there to help find and yourself into seat imitation sit comfortably comfortably invitation. Okay and so do you. Do you find that. There's a right or wrong way to practice. Meditating I don't know much about about it I kind of difficult especially in the beginning. So is there any like tips. You have for people who are just starting to meditate trouble either sitting still still clearing their mind or just getting to that seated place that they need to be is very challenging. Because you're confronted with one of the scariest things in life in that stillness. John Lewis our minds our program to constantly go. Go go perfection. The Best Excel. Whether it's at your work whether it's in your life you want to be the best you want to have the best car. She wanted to the best of everything and when you slow down to a place of stillness whether it is two minutes in posher five minutes and seated meditation and beyond it becomes that stillness becomes very very confronting and sometimes the best possible thing you can do for your body. It is absolutely nothing as sitting be still and just focusing on the breath but to get back to your pointing a a right or wrong way. There's no wrong way to meditate. But when you want to you definitely want to do it in seeded comfortable position because if you do it laying down you can fall asleep and your main focus is to focus on the breath right eight to clear your head of all holy thoughts in just to clear the thoughts on you what you WanNa do you find yourself. You want to observe the breath not find it as a focus and let everything pass through the mind all the fluctuations pass through like you're not attached to any of them because when you're sitting in a place of you're focusing on your breath you're thinking of your breath now if you observe the breath and you just let it pass through you with any without any attachment then you can find yourself in a place of meditation. That'll it'll take you further because thoughts always go through your mind when you're meditating. You can't turn off your mind it'll just constantly things will come through that kind of led into the next question of like. How what do you do when you can't stop thinking while you're meditating but I guess it's focus on the breath you just? Yeah the the mind works in a specific way you can only think about one thing at a time. So if you're focused on your breath you're not thinking about yesterday today or tomorrow thinking about. What's on your daily play? You're thinking of the breath fashion. You can kind of use it as technique is just watched the breath come into your nose to the back of your throat and fill up your lungs. And then that'll take you to a place where you you can start to focus on that and then you can get back and used that as technique to just watch the thoughts go
Steve Sabol, the legend who changed how we watch NFL, makes Pro Football Hall of Fame
"Day and then I was looking at the hall of fame additions included Steve sable to the NFL hall of fame you know you saw the ones of Jimmy Johnson and tower in these other guys were going into the NFL hall of fame they have a centennial class coming in Paul tag leave a blue made the pro football hall of fame in his fifth attempt it was an NFL commissioner singles came into this one Bubba and sprinkle Alex Karras he's a famous movie actor as well please and blazing saddles Duke Slater and then Steve sable the voice of NFL films I'm like whoa okay with you know he's one of the voices of NFL films but there was only one John first send no one can impersonate that guy he was a Philadelphia radio TV guy back in the day he's he died like thirty five years ago and he had the most unbelievable voice is a little piece of a documentary on NFL quarterbacks just give me an idea only one man and the man the flight of a football he is the one about this is a story about the greatest quarterbacks who have a plane in the National Football League I saw a documentary someone posted a fame and glory be to his own way
Brogdon, Holiday help Pacers rally past Celtics 122-117
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U.S. House of Representatives passes anti-robocall bill
"While they were doing the impeachment hearings today you know what they did John you're you're gonna love this John one of the few robo call crackdown sales through the house uhhuh the measure would require phone companies to verify callers identities robo calls have apparently this is going to John handle it politico have apparently done the impossible you night eight toxic clean divided Washington in a sweeping for seventeen to three house vote Wednesday left Congress on the verge of passing legislation aimed at knocking back the billions and billions of on wanted automated phone calls that torment us each month I must get I probably get twenty five a week easily easily twenty four I get the Chinese lady talking in Chinese I get I mean it is really is an unbelievable thing so billions and billions of on wanted automated phone calls the torment Americans each month amid hopes that the Senate can send the measure to president trump by Christmas yes that would be a good thing the vote was on the same day the Judiciary Committee once it's first impeachment hearing on the president in a rare point of bipartisan harmony in a Congress that struggle to enact legislation of any substance
ICYMI: Scott Kelby and the history of Photowalking
"Talking Tech is brought to you by Wicks Dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's W I X DOT COM in. Stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of Wick special offer for talking tech listeners focus so several several years ago. Scott Kelly had this idea. It's worldwide photo walked. What if we put on photo walks all over the world and funny thing happened people showed up. Tell the story Scott Yeah when we first did it. you just don't know. I was thinking wow would be cool if we could get a few states on board and all and as the day I had the ideas luck would have it. I was in a restaurant and a walk out and ask Photoshop world years ago a walkout and my friend Ed Davis. WHO's a professor in London. It is high Scotland like head if I did a photo walk. Would you host one in London. He's like absolutely I go ooh now. It's an international photo walk. We never dreamed dreamed that it would grow to so quickly to a thousand cities around the world and thousands and thousands of walkers and it's a social event. It really is just photographers I getting together. A leader chooses a path and you follow it for like two hours. It's a very leisurely stroll. You take pictures. You have fun. It's not training it. Literally is photographers gophers getting together and so many people have told me I never thought it would be as much fun as it was thought so. We just walk around for a couple of hours yeah and they do it. They go this is awesome and so many people have started their own photo walks and they do them once a month after that and so now it's just it's grown into this thing that we never dreamed it would be. I thought man if we could get one photo walk in fifty states and we have a thousand now all over the world. It's so exciting and Jefferson when when I see the group photos coming in on the day thank you see photos from Egypt and from Singapore and from China and from all over the world and places you never thought would host photo walks and see thirty forty fifty people all grinning winning and all happy and you're like wow that's what it's all about. We're all doing the same thing on the same day and it's just photographers. We all love the same thing you know when you you see everybody's is just the most gratifying thing when these groups shots start coming in where it makes me want to cry. You're just like this is awesome. This just it's so much fun and and and that's what it is it's it's fun and it has a great social sidebar on that you know that it helps the orphans from the springs of hope in Nakuru Kenya Orphanage but that's you know it's just everybody getting together and having fun and doing something great. It's it took on a life of its own. How many people do you think we'll be out there. Are this year taking pictures on your first of all I would say probably be twenty five to thirty thousand something like that so you know you have photo oxidative is few as six people and you have ones that the limits supposed to be fifty but people send me pictures from the Philippines where they hundred and fifty people in their walks and stuff so they'll you're supposed to have fifty is the maximum Osama because you think about it fifty people walking down the street as a lot. It's a lot more than it sounds. You know it's it's a lot of people so fifty is about as manageable as it gets so we try to keep it to fifty fifty but they're all different it depends on the city and also be cities with multiple walks. New York will have six or seven walks Chicago. At five or ten walks is just big. Cities will have a lot walks and a little cities may have just one but it doesn't matter. We're just as happy is anybody can be if two people or two hundred it's. We're just want everybody out there. Making friends and taking beautiful photos want to give you a quick funny story before we close but I'm doing the your photo walk in Manhattan Beach. Other than one of those classic Southern California Beach Communities October fifth meet eight at six thirty in the morning. Go around the beach shoot appear shoot the waves shoot all the scenery and one of my followers on facebook said excuse me there's a big fair that day. Don't you realize and parking's going to be hard and what about the the big ten k. race. It's a great. They just got a two for one now. Those are all great shooting opera G. What's your friend religious facebook like you're just made this thing rate. It's like being able to shoot the race to shoot the fair and all that's that's. That's your striking gold there but he October fifth. We can't change the date. This Scott selected it. Will you be hosting photo walks. I am I usually do an international John. One but I've been traveling so much that decided to Chicago so I'm doing downtown Chicago Song to fly up there. Do the walk and fly back home. Look for Scott in Chicago. Sign up worldwide photo walk. It is free worldwide photo walk DOT COM. Thanks everyone for listening you. Can you can find Scottdale on twitter at Scott. Kelly can find me on twitter at Jefferson Graham thanks again for listening to talking Tech Strategy. Show wherever you listen to online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick it from the world attack. Talking Tech is supported by WICKS DOT COM if you're ready to build your own website. There's no better place to get started than wigs dot com. Whether you're promoting your business showcasing your work opening your store or starting a blog. Anyone can create a professional website with wicks. 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"john one" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"John one now continue sports before the lady cut that will make you angry Papa because it's there's an Italian restaurants in there I know how proud you are Shawn Estes ten thirty a Gruden Madden mash up at at noon a lot of work to put this together what I tell you have feet in a nice job Yeahs will join us at twelve fifteen Mr October a one o'clock if this is all over it's a solid Lister I can ask this is our warm up and I love this this hello but he's not ready yeah that strategy does he give these like a joint he's not having a sports the to reduce Alaska all about it and I went over the weekend when twenty lost is dead yeah he worked the login web game on Saturday in work Sunday show yes right he's right there in Arizona so I think it's good to get him out of the house generalist and we spoke to him and the kids were yes I saw it was it was a hundred and fifteen and he went out the other side I can I can be inside of the kids or I mean a hundred fifteen and melt he chose a hundred fifteen melt see the the smartest thing you ever did one and done believe me we ex wife I would have done that even even if you didn't want anymore hell spawns she was like no thank you can't hit it out as it is what happens well the the thing is to is after one it pretty much got cut off so unless it was gonna be you know a macular conceptions you went to doctor snippet after no I did not I did know or you mean it was it was self imposed sometimes that happens Immaculate Conception now that it would take all right when we do and so that that's all that yeah there we go I don't know if it was all like I it was a ninety five the sports hub and they were having some fun at Jimmy's expense course the former patriot and everybody loves Tom Brady there so any chance they get so this is this is what they called a Jimmy rob Lowe after his preseason performance in Denver I know you're out of town I'm sorry.
"john one" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Get the traffic Chicago app Abreu by the mortgage expert team hockberg, just search T R af F I X Chicago forecast from that. Gee, Chicago weather center, mostly clear cool tonight, low down to forty three sunny milder, sixty nine for the daytime I inland upper fifties. To low sixties at the lakefront, partly cloudy, milder, Wednesday, seventy two but cooler afternoon evening showers expected it will drop into the fifties. Glaus forty-eight at O'Hare forty nine at midway fifty in Aurora. The barometer is rising. It's thirty point one inches of mercury and forty five at the lakefront Jennings. The WGN radio news room, and these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. This is the Patti Vasquez show. Follow me on Twitter. John one seven twenty g. The ship. It is Monday night says so happy that you're hanging out with us. You are listening to the Patti Vasquez show. We would love to have you. Join the conversation anytime three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred that's number to call or text. That's three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred I'm trying to find the name of artists that the docent at the Getty museum. What about people who consistently mispronounced names? Correct them. Yes..
"john one" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Well, we left one person stranded on open line or sorry under our segment there with John Douglas, one person didn't get a chance to ask a question of John Douglas. I know that they wanted to ask, but I didn't get to all my questions either. So tried to do the best recant in those two. Our interviews. Let's go to open lines, and we'll pick up where where we left off because Joe is hanging on from Long Island. So sorry about that. Joe? Hi, john. One the things topic. Some things I've heard profiling of serial killers was one of violent video games. You know, I know most of the violence. So I don't know about that. Another one was. A certain point that was a guy from New York historically, called Sawa San was opposed to work, but they found and has played a stack of girlie magazines that was like into the thousands. That was another thing there is I think there's I think a lot of Ted Bundy certainly made the claim before he died that, you know, he became a serial killer because of pornography, and I don't think there's a lot of causal proof of that. And there may be some anecdotal evidence suggested it's true often. But let me let's go back to the thing you mentioned because actually do a little bit about this not so much about the violent criminal. But there's there's been a lot of work even in in media circles academic circles about violent video games. And whereas it's one of the stories that presents in a way that that make. Sense. You know, you know, that these these kids that are shooting highschools were just you know, towers earlier were just playing some first person shooter game. And and you know, the truly one thing led to another, and it really there isn't a connection. I don't think and I don't think it's ever been proven to be a connection because of the ubiquity of video games. And so I mean, everybody's playing them at a certain age that there is no for the if we're to say that somehow one thing causes the other then we would have literally millions of these people walking around trying to find guns and shoot people in balls or high schools, or whatever then this is not happening. So I think that's it's a it's a temptation and got some traction for a while. But I just doesn't bear fruit. I would say if you look starkly say, for example, Henry the now he didn't actually Hilly's Maman. I consider him a serial killer. You know, some wondering if like at certain level of disassociation in other words, someone shoots the arrow in the middle ages and kills someone while they say, I didn't do it. The arrow did it Henry. He said, you know, have these woman Gila team now. Well, most of the most of them weren't. So let's be clear about that. And what what's your what's your reason for saying that I mean because remember the differences as head of state the idea of having an air was so crucial. And so, yeah, I mean, I'm not I'm not defending hindered the aids for his excesses. But that's the sort of almost national emergency in the perception of a monarch that they have in the air. And that's the part of what people expected in their government. It's it was it was that was the better solution than violence of having somebody attempt to take the throne because of an absence. Of of. Of a rightful leader. I mean, heck that's this game of thrones theory right there, man. You know? I mean, that's that's the whole point of that. Well, let me let me roll go to Steven who's in Mesa Arizona on coast-to-coast. Hey, steve. Are you do it? Well, going to be in Mason a couple of weeks actually down. It's been a great show. And I just have a couple of concerns about everything that's been going on. And I've been listening to your show tonight. And. I just can't help. But wonder what you how you would feel like let's just say. For example, you accused of robbing the local grocery store download the one closest to you. Sure. And I didn't do that. And then the police investigated the whole thing, right? Yep. And you and you wouldn't got a lawyer. Okay. So now and then. They went through the whole thing. And he said, okay, we don't have any evidence to convict you of that. And so then what? And now this is on channel two now. And channel two's talking about how you rob your local grocery they've already convicted of it before you eat more, even dry, you were guilty for you ever try, which is not the American way, we both know that. Well, that's not. We'll stop right there for because I'm willing to go with you in this scenario, but TV stations your channel to scenario. They have not convicted me they're not allowed to and they don't then. So channel two will say police report that this has been the case or they say he has been accused of or allegedly. But you know, they they can only the fact that they can report is that an authority is reporting it, so they can't let him what I would that one right? I heard about a president the president of our United States. That is not what I heard from the media, your turn this political that he was a traitor. Yeah. We'll let the everybody throws that word around these days. Him him. I listen. I we we hold on hold on second. You wanna turn this politics? I don't. So I don't agree. So I'm just going to say, I don't agree to the contract of this conversation. I don't want to turn it into a political conversation about about President Trump. Then I just don't feel that there's plenty of other radio shows where you can do that, and they exist and they've probably somebody was willing right now. Ready and waiting to take your call on that. I thought you were going for something more interesting. And so that's my mistake. Then we go to Bob who's in San Diego on coast to coast AM, Bob. Yes, how are you too? And that was holding was thinking about nothing. I'm from Michigan originally and probably in the seventies. There was four children that were murdered over a period of maybe six weeks, and they were like guess hundred twelve or something like that. And they never caught the guy. But the last one they did they found the summit still warm when they found him. About ten years later. There was a report in Michigan that there was a similar thing in Atlanta. And they were looking to see the same person. And I don't think anything ever came of it. And it's kind of interesting to hear he killed four boys in Michigan and the same and another similar situation happened in Alaska. Oh, that's very interesting. And I think this is where again in a way, this is something I was going to mention to to John Douglas before the end of the hour got away with us. And that's the books like this one the killer across the table. And and true crime has they've they've they have become a defacto arm of our judicial system because as you point out, these are interesting connections, who's going to investigate those, you know. Which police agency has jurisdiction who's gonna make who's got the time to allocate the resources and it comes down to. It's really going to be a lot of private citizens authors. Internet bloggers people who are creating product digital product on YouTube. These are the people who are going to have to crack some of these crimes they really are. Or find out who the real killer was which is again part of the same process. So here's right. All right. It's interesting because I just saw this bus today. Fifty two thousand dollars reward for a friend of mine's daughter was murdered story came out maybe a few months ago where they found the guy had taken his own life recently. And it was the guy that they do the guy was, but they couldn't find him. And when they found out who was in her parents went in the house if actively happened and he ran out of the house, and they couldn't find him. Right up in the newspaper saying that he was the one that he's with us. I shouldn't have to call his father. So I lost the audio. Found out who the first was. But he was dead when they found out. Well, Bob, I appreciate that the got a little buffalo. So I'll say my giving you my response on that. Here's I move forward is that you mentioned a fifty thousand dollar reward. And and so I know this is crazy, right? And everybody's probably wondering like, you know. The voice not right. But if you took if you offered if our a grieving parent instead of offering some pie in the sky reward, which sometimes happens sometimes doesn't agree to that. But over time, those leads tend to go real cold, and it becomes harder still to get media to promote that to get a local TV station to say, hey, still call this number. If you have any information or whatever. But I I wonder if you took ten thousand dollars in you hired. Would be true crime writer and say I'll pay you ten thousand. We don't even know if it's going to get published, but I'll pay you that to do the investigation and find out if you can point to a killer. I've what you you get you get more traction in the end from that author being able to turn around and sell that book to a publisher and get more publicity than offering a phone number and a plea. Although I know their hearts are in the right place Joseph is in Indiana on coast to coast AM Joseph. I. I had a question for you. There about the UFO stuff like that. Yeah. What's our nuclear silos and stuff how on a few others reported that. Yes, she was just on this week wasn't around. Silence and stuff like that. Right. And I was wondering if you or anybody knows noticed an increase in UFO activity overseas. They're round age of substance the rockets playing with fire crackers or around that time period. If there's been any increase like there's a sign of interest in that stuff over in that region. You know, I will say I am much more interested in just what you said there about referring to the leader of North Korea as rocket man and being suspicious of him than I am falling for he's our new friend. So I very suspicious all these rockets, and I don't I don't I don't need to know. What's in the in the nose cone of them? I still think I think he's up to something. But yeah. So I haven't heard anything about that. And that's always interesting. I know that globally. This is what somebody sent me that globally reports of you Afo activity are up, but domestically there are not many new cases to be talking about here in the United States. What does that pretty interesting? Yeah. If that's true. What does that mean that all of the hot spots are somewhere else? Along along the lines of that stuff? And like the cattle mutilations stuff that Linda use the mention or those still ongoing to well. There you go see I thought she was just on and I'd have to defer to because I didn't I didn't hear the show that night. But I'll ask dead Galanti back in the studio. And thank you Joseph wasn't Linda on recently. Right. Wasn't she on like within the last week or so, but with George Knapp last Sunday? Yeah. Yeah. Recently. So take a look online coast inside. Or of course, you can always you can time travel anytime and listened to the coast shows that you missed, but I saw that on the schedule, and I've been wondering about that too. I don't have. Because now I'm living like in cattle cow mutilation character here in Kansas. I will report something that I did today with my younger, son. So my kid itchy as we call them. Make two boys itchy and scratchy. And. She's in town this week. And we had a list of things we were going to do. And he's twenty five. He's he's wrapping up his master's degree. And so we had. Any, but he likes to travel and he likes doing stuff when we went to an insect zoo. And those who follow me on Twitter at deacon punit on Twitter, you'll you'll see that. I was I was at a reptile zoo. These are all just because of my kids wanted to go see him. And so we were doing that. And today, we went to the famous amigo LSD missile silo. You're not supposed to go there. But we did. And the story is if you don't know this. Amigo is town not too far from Manhattan Kansas where here why teaching at Kansas state university. And it's almost wrapping up schools out for me. I think as of like there's one more test I have to administer, but I'm pretty much pretty much done with the semester. But so we want to me goes LSD missile silo. This is a place, which was a formal military missile silo, and it's on a farm. Hangar nearby. And it was at one point. The most prolific site for the manufacturer of LSD in America. That almost all of the LSD that was in the United States will take that. No, I'm wrong. I'm underestimating the world's LSD supply came from this one abandoned missile silo outside of Manhattan in this town called Migo. Now, let me go big claims to other things they have an odds winery and Oz museum, and they dedicate a lot of their stuff to the wizard of Oz. Although I don't think why may go has anything to do with Frank L bomb or the story. Decided to claim it. And so they have all this stuff around. And it's wonderful little town. There's a little a little roadside diner place. I almost wanted. I almost want to tell guy Fieri about it. It's the place called the cream Cup in one me, and they do the best broasted chicken. But nearby the LSD silos at one point supplied the world's needs for LSD from this little town. And I was there earlier today just driving around. It's kind of cool..
"john one" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"John. One thousand the ESPN lack in Meller, wrapping it up. I misspoke earlier it is not the twentieth. Anniversary my bed. It's actually the the sixteenth anniversary of Michael Jordan's last game. He played in this state in two thousand three when he scored fifteen points for the Washington Wizards. I got the box score from me in you name. The starting five for that. Washington. Wizards squad. I know. Well, Kwami Brandon start. Did he? Yeah. He did. He played forty three minutes. Seventeen points, eight rebounds on the night. He shot six of ten the point guard. Clue. Yes, I feel like he's on the tip of my tongue. He let's see the best clue for the point guard of the wizards at the time he used to coach LeBron James, Tyrone Lue Tyronn Lue. Yes. The shooting or the small forward was a seventy six at one time a pretty good wing player. Jerry Stackhouse, Larry Hughes. Larry Hughes's the answer and the fourth member to round out the starting five with Michael Jordan. This guy was a famous college basketball athlete give it to me Christian later. There you go. I did I mentioned to Tom Brady drafted on this state as well in two thousand nineteen years ago. So he's today should be goat day. They anniversary date. Yes. For the goats of all time again. He's Chris black. I'm Jeff thanks to meet at times Nick free Dell and Jesse Rogers for up all the updates also to our guys behind the glass Felix race and Sean Davis job. Well done. Boys. Chris if the folks want to tweet at you. They can do that in swing at me. I'm at Jeff underscore, Meller, EMI L L E R, and that's gonna do it for us tonight. Chris jeff. All right. Well, oh, by the way, things went wrong for the caps. They lost seven to three. They're out swept by.
"john one" Discussed on KQED Radio
"We also welcome your questions and thoughts about what you are keeping an eye out for with the word season or any questions you have about what's going on in Hollywood with the entertainment business movie business. These days, particularly if you work in the business in on the east coast to the west coast, or wherever you are listening in the world share what you know about the movie industry these days or what's hot at the box office. Comments on our Facebook page. Tweet us at one A or Email one A at W A M U dot org. John one of the issues that we talked about a lot. Last year. And I'm sure we'll continue talking about is the breadth of diversity in the movies that were really successful at the box office. Do we expect that trend to continue this year is that the new normal for Hollywood? Or was that just a blip was I think sadly, a blip, and if you look closely at the people who are directing not only all movies, but but also the big high profile movies still shockingly low representation from people of color behind the camera from women, certainly when you look in front of the camera that the numbers don't say, I don't tell very good story. There was a recent study by the researchers at USC Stacy Smith and her group, which looks at all of the movies that have been made over the past decade last year was in fact, a great year for black male directors. It was statistically anomalous compared to yours in the past. But for women still really bad people of color, still, really bad. We're not black. And I think that's gonna continue especially when you look the movies that have big budgets, captain marvel is co directed by a woman, but if you really start looking deeper into the schedule you see a lot of the guys a lot of the same male actors. So if the progress is incremental it's barely noticeable last year. I think was a total of anomaly, I wonder what the key is to making that progress before I mean, I hear you on directors because last year you had Ryan cooler with Black Panther very Jenkins. If Beale street could talk which came out recently, Spike Lee with black clansmen Patty, Jenkins, directed wonder woman is is the key to that audience is saying we demand. This doesn't have to do with groups like the writers guild in the producers guild creating a better pipeline. Like, what's what's missing Hollywood's moral, compass points in one direction, and it points to the Bank. So if these movies do well and another movie that I think not a great move. I think was really important. It's a fast and furious franchise when you can make a movie that successfully fix glow. Family and generates hundreds of millions of dollars people want to go see it Hollywood does pay attention to that. And we can talk about Black Panther fantastic movie. But a great great international hit. So the fact that those films do well, I think encourages people to make more movies like them, they're not governed by anything about they don't care about quality. They you know, they might give money to causes about equality. But when it comes to making movies, they're going to make the things that they think are the most commercial and historically those movies have been movies directed and starring white men crazy rich, Asians, also as a great anomaly, so crazy, rich Asians. I had a conversation with producers of that film. Not that long ago when they were first shopping this book around the book is called crazy rich Asians on more than one occasion. They met with finance. Here's who said just just have to ask couldn't the woman not be Asian. So they persisted. They made it with an Asian cast movie was a hit. But the bias was there, and it almost prevented them from getting the movie finance. We are. Speaking to KPCC's John horn. He's the host of the frame and the vice president of the one a movie club will get to some of your questions and thoughts as well. Play. A few clips from some movies that are on John's radar and see what might be coming to a theater.
"john one" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Obser- John is filling in for Larry Jacobson, so Johnson big shoes to fill. But one of the things I saw when John was walking in. Here's John had some big feet. So I think he's up for the task, John. How you doing today? I'm great. Let's roll awesome. Thanks for coming out. Thanks for filling in John is definitely not a stranger here on the radio show. A lot of you guys. If you've listened to us before you've definitely heard the wisdom's the wisdom of the rainmaker here. And so I'm excited to have him here with us today as as Larry is out on out on assignment will say I think he's teaching a class in Washington DC or something we are at that time of the year where it is a New Year's resolution time over the next couple of days here, we're all going to be planning out how we're gonna lose weight how we're gonna make more money. But, you know, John one of the things I was like to talk about on the show, especially when we're kicking off the show 'cause I think a lot of people fall into this same type of a category. You know, we we've been told not, you know, as kids. It's not polite to talk about money, but that's one of the fun things that we get to do on this show is we just get to talk about money and not just what the color of the money is or what the money looks like or how to fold it into a paper airplane or make that little I on top of the pyramid. Look at everybody. But one of the things that we love to talk about on the show. And I'm so glad that we have you on here for talking about how to turn one dollars to two dollars. Right. How to generate consistent income how to generate consistent income and even specifically inside of the financial markets. One of the things I always like to kick the show off, and we really follow this theme. How it's just a e to have consistent income you have to have a consistent strategy and throughout the show. We'll talk about making money as the markets are going down. We'll talk about money making money as the marks are going up. But that's really the the key. Right. That's really the key is if we're going to have consistent income we have to have a strategy that can perform consistently no matter what the market is doing whether the market is going up, whether the market is going down, whether the market is going sideways, one of the things I would like to kick over you is just a question. I'll let you run with it and kind of drop some of the. Johnny O, golden nuggets on us. What are some of the keys that our listeners need to focus on to be able to generate consistent income inside the markets. Well, this may sound rather simplistic, but why is income support income is what drives exchange exchange. In fact, is the foundation of civilization and at the end of the day, we all need sources of income. Now, where are you going to generate that income from is pretty straightforward combat rather be further active. You can go out in exchange, your labor with an employer and produced goods and services and create income or you can be rather passive and have a plan that's decisive disciplined that allows you to participate in the capital markets, and we believe here at Online Trading Academy and prior trading radio, specifically that your money can work a lot harder for you. But the real reason we all need income. And it's not SimpliSafe. Is that trade is the foundation of civilization? And that's what's very very important. And regardless if we are gonna focus on passive income are more active ways to produce income. It's pretty obvious. Given the rates have been flation the cost of living. You know, giving the aging boomer situation with over ten thousand baby boomers day. Retiring that their primary source of income eventually is going to go away. And we're all going to be forced to live out of our wealth bucket. Our retirement bucket either voluntarily or involuntarily that day's gonna come for all of us thought avoidable. So we might as well figure out a solution. And let's face it. Ryan we all need to get started earlier not later because the day of reckoning is in front of all us. There's no way to avoid it. Yeah. The best day to plant a tree is yesterday. Right. Well, we can't do anything about yesterday. But we can sure make sure we plant that tree. Get that nest egg gro in today. And one of the words that you you you threw out there. For a minute and a half or so ago who was the word civilization you were talking about trading as kind of that foul as a foundational piece in civilization. And I I just love that thought. Because one of the things that I always tell students coming out to one of my half day. Classes is is people have been trading successfully for thousands and thousands of years, whether they're they're trading rice into rice market, whether they're trading cattle, whether they're trading goats, whether they're trading precious stones with it, no matter what people have been trading and doing it successfully for thousands of thousands of years, and it's always been it's always ties back to very very basic simple principles. And we say, basic and simple. But that doesn't mean it's necessarily easy to execute because thousands of years ago people struggled with it and some people did well, and even today some people struggle with it and some people do well. But the thing I always like to point out is there wasn't a a fancy software that people used back then and and there isn't necessarily it's not needed. Is. It doesn't make things easier. It makes things easy, but it's not necessarily needed right now. I guess the point I'm trying to get at in. Here is one of the things. My golf coach said back in back in high school. I was trying to make the golf team. I was a terrible golfer is just a good thing that very few people tried out for it. But one of the things he said, you know, it's not the it's not the arrow it's the Indian. Meaning it's not the software. It's the trader it's the skill that the individual has no matter what we're trading. It's the skill. The person hasn't been able to execute it. And that's very very true inside of the markets. Now, we have softwares and different things that help us now. But so often we rely on on a piece of a guy to do the work for us when it really just boils down to buying low and selling high early any market condition. It's all about buying low and selling high, even if you're shorting, which is making money as the markets are going down, you're still buying low and selling high you're just doing it in a different in a different order, but John you pricey this big stack of tickets right here. These tickets are for half day class. And what are we what we usually do at this point in time? I know it's been maybe a month or so Cincinnati John here. But one of the things I always like to do is. I always like to ask my co host if it's okay if we give away let's say ten of. These passes. What did you say ten? Well, how about we do twenty? We'll do we'll do to caller. It's to our to our ten callers. Let me tell you what you're going to get with these passes. Because right now, we have a half day class up in your area and at the half day classes, where you're going to see exactly what it takes to really analyze the markets and be able to determine where you could be buying and where you could be selling. Now, the half day classes about three hours long, but we described as the half day class, but your investment in this. If you went instead of these passes is going to be three hours of your of your time. And in just a second you're gonna have a chance to win a set. So if you are.
"john one" Discussed on KGO 810
"Welcome to the show. If you're a first time listener, the we are pleased to meet you. My name is Ryan cook. And joining me today is who I like to call the rainmaker. It is Johnny. Oh, John O'Donnell from Online Trading Academy. Our knowledge obser- is Bill and in for Larry Jacobson, so John that's a big shoes to fill. But one of the things I saw when John was walking in. Here's John had some big feet. So I think he's up for the task, John. How you doing today? I'm great. Let's roll awesome. Thanks for coming out. Thanks for filling in John is definitely not a stranger here on the radio show. A lot of you guys. If you listen to us before you've definitely heard the wisdom's the wisdom of the rainmaker here. So I'm excited to have him here with us today as as Larry is out on out on assignment will say I think he's teaching a class in Washington DC or something we are at that time of the year where it is a New Year's resolution time over the next couple of days here, we're we're all going to be planning out how we're gonna lose weight, and how we're gonna make more money, but you know, John one of the things I would like to talk about on the show, especially when we're kicking off the show because I think a lot of people fall. Into this same type of categories. You know, we we've been told not, you know, as kids. It's not polite to talk about money, but that's one of the fun things that we get to do on this show is we just get to talk about money and not just what the color of the money is or what the money looks like or how to fold it into a paper airplane or make that little I on top of the pyramid. Look at everybody. But one of the things that we love to talk about on the show. And I'm so glad that we have you on here for his talking about how to turn one dollars to two dollars. Right. How to generate consistent income how to generate consistent income and even specifically inside of the financial markets. One of the things I always like to kick the show off. We really follow this theme. How it just to have consistent income you have to have a consistent strategy and throughout the show. We'll talk about making money is the markets are going down. We'll talk about money making money as the marks are going up. But that's really the the key. Right. That's really the key is if we're going to have consistent income we have to have a strategy that can perform consistently no matter what the market is doing whether the market is going up whether the market is going down, whether the market is going sideways. One of the things I would like to kick over. To you is just a question. Let you run with it and kind of drop some of the Jani golden nuggets on us. What are some of the keys that our listeners need to focus on to be able to generate consistent income inside the markets. Well, this may sound rather simplistic, but why is income support income is what drives exchange exchange. In fact, is the foundation of civilization and at the end of the day, we all need sources of income. Now, where are you going to generate that income from is pretty straightforward rather? Be further active. You can go out in exchange, your labor with an employer and produced goods and services and create income or you can be rather passive and have a plan that's decisive disciplined that allows you to participate in the capital markets, and we believe here at Online Trading Academy and trading radio specifically that your money can. Work a lot harder for you. But the real reason we all need income. And it's not simplistic is that trade is the foundation of civilization. And that's what's very very important. And regardless if we are going to focus on passive income are more active ways to produce income. It's pretty obvious. Given the rates have been placed in the cost of living. You know, giving the aging boomer situation with over ten thousand baby boomers per day. Retiring that their primary source of income eventually is going to go away. And we're all going to be forced to live out of our wealth bucket. Our retirement bucket either voluntarily or involuntarily that day gonna come for all of us unavoidable. So we might as well figure out a solution. And let's face it. Ryan we all need to get started earlier not later because the day of reckoning is in front of all of us. There's no way to avoid it. Yeah. The best day to plant a tree is. Yes. Yesterday. Right. Well, we can't do anything about yesterday. But we can sure make sure we plant that tree get that nest egg gro today. And one of the words that you threw out there a minute and a half or so ago was the word civilization. You were talking about trading. That's kind of that as a foundational piece in civilization. And I just love that thought. Because one of the things that I always tell students coming out to one of my half day. Classes is is people have been trading successfully for thousands and thousands of years, whether they're they're trading rice into rice market, whether they're trading cattle, whether they're trading goats, whether they're trading precious stones with it, no matter what people have been trading and doing it successfully for thousands of thousands of years, and it's always been it's always ties back to very very basic simple principles. And we say, basic and simple. But that doesn't mean it's necessarily easy to execute 'cause thousands of years ago people struggled with it and some people did well, and even today some people struggle with it and some people do well. But the thing I always like to point out is there wasn't a a fancy software that people used back then and there isn't. Necessarily. It's not needed. Does it make things easier? It makes things easy, but it's not necessarily needed right now. I guess the point I'm trying to get in here. Is one of the things that my golf coach said back in back in high school. I was trying to make the golf team. I was a terrible golfer is just a thing that very few people tried out for it. But one of the things he said is not the it's not the arrow it's the Indian. Meaning it's not the software. It's the trader it's the skill that the individual has no matter what we're trading. It's the skill that the person hasn't being able to execute it. And that's very very true inside of the markets. Now, we have softwares and different things that help us now. But so often we rely on on a piece of a I to do the work for us when it really just boils down to buying low and selling high early in any market condition. It's all about buying low and selling high, even if you're shorting, which is making money as the markets are going down, you're still buying low and selling high you're just doing it in a different in a different order, but John you pricey this big stack of tickets right here. These tickets are for a half day class. And what are we what we usually do at this point in time? I know it's been maybe month or so John here. But one of the things I always like to do is. I always like to ask my coach. Host if it's okay if we give away let's say ten of these passes what he say ten well how about we do twenty. We'll do we'll do to Mary's collar. It's going to be two to our to our ten callers. Let me tell you what you're gonna get with these passes. Because right now, we have a half day class up in your area and at the half day classes, where you're going to see exactly what it takes to really analyze the markets and be able to determine where you could be buying and where you could be selling. Now, the half day classes about three hours long, but we described as the the half day class, but your investment in this. If you win a set of these passes is going to be three hours of your of your time. And it just a second. You're gonna have a chance to win a set. So if you are driving.