18 Burst results for "June Last Year"
"june last year" Discussed on KCRW
"Morning gray out there, but plenty of sunshine by this afternoon across SoCal, currently 73 degrees in downtown Los Angeles and 74 in Rancho Cucamonga. Time is 8 22. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Sasha Pfeiffer and I'm Steve Inskeep when the pandemic hit states least hotel rooms for people with no place to stay if you're supposed to stay home. You need a home hotel Residents in many states will have to clear out by September as FEMA reimbursements end, But California will keep some people in place. Aaron Baldessari of KQED reports the plan evolved from a pandemic measure to an attack on homelessness itself. Michelle Griffin Young is 73. She's been homeless on and off for the better part of the last decade before the pandemic. She was living in her car in Marin County, north of San Francisco, with her diabetic son, John Young. He was diagnosed with only three years old. Yeah, we've been pretty much glue that they have ever since living in the car made it especially hard to keep his insulin cold. We just have to go to the store and get ice. You know packs of ice and put it in the cooler. As the coronavirus started to spread, California scrambled to get thousands of homeless seniors and people with medical conditions in the hotels and motels. Michelle and John moved to a Travelodge. Michelle says Getting the room was a lifeline. We had a fridge aerator to keep the insulin in. Yeah, we had a microwave. We could eat up whatever we needed to eat. We had commercial hotels that we're not being utilized because of the pandemic, and we had a public health crisis where are unhappy used neighbors were most vulnerable to Michaelmas is the founder and CEO of the policy group all home. And she says state officials were worried the virus would tear through shelters and tent encampments. So there was a different sense of urgency because of the confluence of those two things. At the program's height, it was renting more than 16,000 hotel rooms throughout the state. But those were always meant to be temporary, and the question was what would happen to all the people when the program ended So in June last year, the state launched home key to buy some of those sites and turn them into permanent housing. Marine County about an 18 room hotel called Casa Buena. I see you got some books. A few, uh, detective novels. Mostly. That's where Michelle Griffin Young and John Young moved earlier this year. It's a two story building on a small side street next to the freeway. I mean, there was food every morning and food every night and our own showers in bathrooms and And everything. It was just fantastic. She's lived at the Casa Buena for about four months. Now. The idea of turning hotels into housing have been talked about for years, says Jason Elliot, who works for California Governor Gavin Newsom on housing policy. Everyone always says I wish we could, and the pandemic provided us with an opportunity to go from. I wish we could until we will, Elliott says. Home key created enough housing for more than 8000 people spread across 94 sites throughout the state. Most of it permanent, all in less than a year. So we're talking about a fraction of the time and we're talking about a fraction of the cost. They didn't by cutting through a lot of red tape and using existing buildings. Mostly hotels and motels, but also vacation rentals in a college dormitory, single family houses and office buildings. They took a bit of a leap of faith. Their meeting the urgency of the moment. Diana gentle, is the president of the National Low Income Housing Coalition. And she says it's already become a national model with Washington, Oregon in the city of Baltimore, following in California's footsteps, and in doing so, they set a standard that other states and cities some have tried to meet. Congress recently approved $5 billion to turn hotels across the country into housing. Here in California. The state committed to a nearly $3 billion expansion of honky over the next two years, and advocates say it can't come soon enough. At last count, more than 161,000 people were homeless in California. People like Michele Griffin Young and her son, John Young. They were thankful for Casa Buena and the chance to live in a safe, stable place. But for John, it came too late. This is where he passed away right here. Ellen Rub Were you there with him? Yes, I was here. He died in the middle of the night. When I get up in the morning. GPAs. Go on me was cold. John Young was 32. His mom says his kidneys started to fail when they were living in the car. His eyesight started to deteriorate. Not long after that. Those few extra months indoors, bought them a little more time together. And I just can't tell you how much it helped to keep us going as long as we did. It was really incredible. Hunky doesn't come close to getting all of California's homeless residents off the streets. Advocates are hopeful it's evidence the state is finally treating homelessness as the public health emergency that it is. For NPR News. I'm Erin Baldessari this afternoon and all things considered a native nation used California's home key program to create housing. Tell your smart speaker to play NPR or your station by name. Comfort food is supposed to provide comfort nut. So for comedian Josh Pray we are living in the last days. I know the Bible said a lot of things were gonna happen. But the Bible forgot to mention they were going to turn macaroni and cheese into ice cream. Yes, Mac and cheese flavored ice cream. Pray took to YouTube to give the world his take on the controversial concoction. Is this a terrible idea? Absolutely. Should this have been made? Gosh, you know, this comes from the mind of a first grader. The limited edition flavor has sparked a war. Maybe that's a little extreme, but a conflict between those willing to give it a shot and those who think it's a terrible idea, but even facing opposition, the frozen dessert complete with that other worldly yellow hue. Was released this week by the Brooklyn ice cream maker Van Lewin and Kraft Foods in honor of National Mac and Cheese Day. Who knew it's already sold out everywhere. A writer at eater dot com Amy McCarthy jumped at the idea of tasting the ultimate comfort, food inspired flavor. I kind of offered to try it as elaborate, and I was excited to try it, and I don't really know why. I don't know if that's because it was so weird or if I just thought it was going to be really good. I don't know that I thought it was going to be as good as it was, she says. Honestly, it's not bad. It is definitely cheesy. It's a little funky, a little salty, A little sweet, but all together. I would say it just kind of comes together and is very creamy and buttery. And it's a lot better than you think it's going to be. Which is exactly what has Josh pray. Worried. I am bone thugs and harmony stuck at a crossroad. I don't know.
"june last year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Owners and APP developers. Have leveled against Apple as well right? These two companies are the gatekeepers for all the sale the way that apps are distributed the way things are purchased in apps and people are really fed up. With the fees that these companies charge Google in particular in this case. We're hearing that the lawsuit could be filed as soon as Wednesday. In China. Meantime, authorities are planning to change a rule to allow them to block Chinese companies from listing overseas. That's even if They're incorporated outside of China. We are told this move is to close a certain loophole that has been used by certain Chinese Tech giants. Here's Bloomberg's crystal check. So the loophole that China is trying to close here is so called B III structure. Basically, foreign investors are not allowed to own stocks in Chinese companies and through the structures. Every company that goes public overseas essentially is F B I e structure, and what China is proposing is that if you want to use that structure, you will need an extra layer of approval, so it will really have a lot of impact on the remaining pipeline of Chinese 80 listing in the U. S. And elsewhere. Now we know that Beijing is planning to crack down on these overseas. Stings. This is the first indication as to how they might go about doing it. Sources telling us the proposed changes are waiting for approval by the State Council, China could cut its reserve requirement ratio to help the economy and that's because the recovery is showing signs of faltering in recent days. State broadcaster CCTV cites a study State Council meeting which was chaired by Premier Li Ke chang, it suggested allowing banks to reduce their reserves to free up the flow of credit to the wider economy. The last time the State Council suggested cutting the Triple R was in June last year, although it didn't end up taking any action. The most recent remarks could be a harbinger of disappointing data to come. Next week. China reports June economic activity figures which will include second quarter GDP 33 past the hour as we go to Hong Kong for a look at market action, and Brian Curtis Brian Yes, thanks very much. Doug. Also the China Securities Journal, put a timeframe on that triple R cut the possibility It's very much in the markets this morning. They're saying it could happen in September. Well, let's take a look at what futures are telling us. Such China futures are up about a quarter of 1% S and P. Yemen is our flat here. Hang Seng Index Futures are flat Nikkei futures are suggesting well, kind of a flat open 28,003 15. For one of the futures contracts on the Nikkei closed yesterday at 28 3 66. So that suggests maybe just a little bit of light selling at the open dollar yen now, 1 10 61. We've got the Bloomberg Dollar spot index that is at 11 45. We've seen a lot of strength in the dollar here of late and we've seen a lot of weakness in yields on Treasurys. The 10 year Treasury yield Drop down to 1.29% at one point now at 1.31% as we wait for the Tokyo market to open up its been puzzling because equities have been in good shape and we had record highs set on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial Average of 3 10 7%, the S and P 500 up a third of a percent. The NASDAQ was flat, but plenty of of companies in the technology sector like Amazon and Apple did very well. Amazon was up. 6 10 7% just broken out here of late, just surging to the upside apple similar story up 1.8% and get this with everything on DD Well, The Telegraph says Dede will launch in the UK in a matter of weeks, so that's very interesting. Much more to tell you about. I'll save it for the next 1. 15 minutes later, pull back to you. All right. Thanks very much, Brian. It is now 9 34 here in Sydney 7 34 in Hong Kong and time.
"june last year" Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"Your theology fit your church culture. Be wanting to partner with a church to help us team. There's a lot of people up positioning their clinical practice towards that because there are so many people so i'd really encourage you. Just start even one person that you can refer people to is a start on and then those folks tend to network with each other in so if you're looking to build a list and your interview. When asked who they know in their professional circles that would also be a good fit for what you're trying to offer your team or your church anymore questions from you our last few minutes to that. I get all the time that i'd love to have an answer or okay other than trying. Get into blessing range Gosh probably this time last year. Maybe a little later. Maybe it was about june last year. I think i don't think it's an overstatement to say three out of four pastors. I talked to or just about ready to hang it up and we just sat. I don't know that what i'm experiencing now is quite that severe. But i kept getting asked. I can't tell if i'm headed toward burden on her. Not just having a bad day or am a headed toward burnout need help. What should i be asking. And i would just look at them and say find a good counselor asking helped me. Have some triage questions. For people like amarillo. Burned out or is it. Monday and nobody liked my sermon. That's a crass way of gooding but charity. What would you say. Earn some clear markers that no no. These are yellow or red flags that you're headed toward burning and need help A couple of practical things are often times. I think just loss of patients with people or loss of compassion for people. A big part of what we do is to love people well in we lose that capacity. I think burnout out is often a part of that picture. I think to your point about this a bad day or yet bad bad monday. Or is this burnout. You've got to look at the sustained You know experience of that. So is this monday. Tuesday wednesday thursday and friday and next week and the next week so i think you can evaluate that as well in terms of what's going on in my life right now..
"june last year" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Your daughter to marry Atlanta, Georgia has Ah, high end peace in the middle of it. Also all cities to where all the rich folks live a lot of us to rich folks, but it's one of the bar. Uh, let's say well to do areas it's called Buckhead bucket and what they're thinking about doing. I just saw this. It's in The Washington Post. This is astounding. They're going to form their own city, breaking away from Atlanta. They're getting away from that psychotic broad. Who's Who's the mayor? That racist mayor? Whatever any of his bottoms, but anyway Uh, they're starting around city. And the reason is is because the crime is just off the hook. There. They want to be able to form a city with the mayor and their own police force and then run the police force the way they want to know they've raised over 600 grand to do this so far. Of residents gathered to form bucket exploratory committee to petition Georgia to allow residents to vote on whether district will stay part of Atlanta thinks you're going to see more of this happening, You see, it's the fragmentation of America, and it's all because of the Democrats psychotic. Socialist that that's exactly what it is that they Frank Bennett our society. Well, what else? What else would you call it? They destroy everything. They put their hands on everything. They put their Communist hands on, they destroy it. There. Just look at the education system. Did you really think the education system is an education system? If you do, you're stupider than they think you are. Is that harsh, tough deal with it because it's a fact straight up back. So anyway, bucket now. The mayor is actually said that and I can't believe that. What's her name? Keisha. I gotta kiss your bottom ski show Lance Bottoms. Okay, You got three names so she could be a soul circular burn middle names that Wayne so anyway. Uh, she acknowledged the city was experiencing ready for this unusual dearth of police in the streets in June last year, and she said police morale is down. 10 fold That's putting it lightly down temple Now this is serious business poison growth when you can't count on the police. Do with the police do and what the police do as much as it's getting further and further away from it. Here's what the police do If the police show up domestic abuse, armed robbery, whatever. Uh, somebody CRA feeding on wall and whatever it is, If it leads to that, they're gonna play somebody under arrest. Or they tell them to stand on the back of the car with your hands on the hood while they are on the back. Trunk deck. Watch while they search my frisk him, And if that person gives him any grief, it all They respond with overwhelming force. Absolutely. They don't think about it. They they don't think about it. They just do it overwhelming force. And if something happens to hurt that person tough because that person should have never done anything stupid. In the first place in terms of resisting arrest, you don't turn around with a smart ass. Comment. You don't give the cops the bad evil eye. No, you say Yes, sir. No, sir. Yes, ma'am. No, ma'am, You shut the F up and let the police do what they do and tell people start saying that we're going nowhere again. It's the overwhelming of the system. They crushed the system. Could be worse. It's bad now. It's real bad by American standards. I don't know how it gets much worse, but here's, uh, a group of people want to form their own city. They got what they call that secession. Yeah, I got some pals and I'm tenant agree with him more and more every day. That succession may be the only answer. There's there's no way Anytime in the foreseeable future, they're going to turn this country around, Bring it back to a constitutionally limited republic. So if we get pieces of swaths of real estate where, let's say, for example, just for the second example, let's say you took over Chelsea, Michigan by takeover. I mean, people voted to go 100%. The right conservative and they're not gonna have one shred of Democrats, Socialism, associating with a given area, and then everybody says Hey, I'm gonna move there. Well, the next thing you know, you've got basically seceded from the, uh, the it's pure Michigan crowd. Now, Here's what happens. If this keeps going the way it is now and this. I'm fascinated by this because I just watched Much, Uh, Where is it here? Oh, I just watched the syriza on. Uh, Amazon episode Prime and it was about the cartels and how the Zetas came to pretty much be in. Uh ah thing Now, it didn't name them as the state has been showed. How Special operators within the police department. Mexico broke off and started their own rogue gang because they said, Hey, you know, we could be the baddest cats on the street. The crime that we're fighting. What? Why don't we be the best crime? They did, and they used all the training and the money and the guns in the weaponry that were given to them by the United States government because we trained that we trained the Mexican military and the war on drugs, which is a joke. It's a pillow fight on drugs. And we trade these guys, so they one thing led to another. They became brutal. And here's what what's happened because of it. Local police officers and Mexican border state. Are actively working with ruthless cartel to fight off rival attempt to take control of a drug distribution of now this gets really good. So bear with us on and Just, uh, CliffsNotes version. The police are working with one of the factions in the drug cartel being on their side right now today to say we could beat these other guys, Then we'll get a bunch of money from you guys, and we'll be part of it. That's worth lot orders that in Mexico, Okay, I posted this on Facebook, but I think my comment was Hey, let's go on vacation in Mexico. Don't worry Water resort. It's supposed to be safe there that they toasted say. Cooperation between the municipal cops of Garcia, the Waverly home. The cartel don't know. Race to faction of low Zetas that there you go, has already led to more than 30 burgers this year. They don't just murder people. They're your things, like, Put your face on a stick in your front yard, Not your head. Your face on a stick for real. Take all the skin off your stop. We're going to stick in your front yard Sends a hell of a powerful message also hang you over the edge of a freeway overpass. Other people could see when they're driving by. Maybe you're beheaded. Hanging upside down naked. Yeah, that kind of thing They do They love doing that. So So anyway, Reppert, Texas obtained exclusive access to intelligence. And police documents revealing how active and former members of Garcia National Police Department are leaking information. Uh, protecting hit man s. Oh, they're they're covering for him, and I want to get into this because there's a couple of things here that just amazing on just a stall me that this is the case, and all of these people keep in mind are living on thin ice and borrowed time. Because at some point somebody's gonna take them out. Now the ruthless criminal organization is fighting against a gang of independent drug dispute distributors known as Are You sitting down and do where we go? Lohse, Billy's Billy's I like that. So the billies who get their product from the cartel and let's go to the waiver generates y'all that how'd I do album? All right. The information points to rogue operations and raids by Garcia cops to try to locate independent drug pushers and their stays, stash houses. We're gonna find a sadistic little.
"june last year" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Weather data to help Texas homeowners conserve water when irrigating their lawns more one of my yard dot org's right in the Conroe areas, South bound 45 that is reported to be a 28 54 big rig involved and it's blocking the right lane. It's 10 30. From the Texas newsroom. I'm Joseph Leahy Governor Greg Abbott was in Fort Worth Thursday to warn about fentanyl, a powerful and deadly synthetic opioid as ktrh Miranda Suarez reports. Abbott says the drug is making its way into Texas from Mexico. Abbott says the Texas Department of Public Safety seized more fentanyl in the first four months of this year than in all of 2020. He says Border Patrol can't stop smugglers Because of the large number of migrants, Border Patrol officers get fully occupied, simply processing the people coming across the border. Abbott blamed what he called President Biden's open border policy. But the head of the Human rights Initiative of North Texas Bill Holston, says the border is far from open. For example, Border Patrol can still turn away adult asylum seekers under the title 42 expulsion policy. Colston says it's unfair to blame people fleeing catastrophes in their home countries for a drug smuggling problem. This also presents a false choice. I mean, we should do both. We should have enough law enforcement to interdict illegal drugs coming into the country and also provides safe refuge habit, also announced he would sign a new measure that will make the manufacture and distribution of fentanyl at least a third degree felony. I'm Miranda Suarez in Fort Worth. The number of Texans hospitalized with covert 19 is down to its lowest level since early June last year. State health officials report There are nearly 1900 patients statewide. Now, more than 10 million Texans are fully vaccinated. Texas is three day sales tax holiday for water and energy efficient products starts Saturday. Kevin Lyons is with the Texas comptroller's office. Get to the part of the year where you know the mercury's climbing and temperatures getting hot..
"june last year" Discussed on Pop Culture Gamers
"You're playing is living underwater in a submarine and she's communicating with guys that are other scientists above water on a boat It's my understanding of it and you go out on a cool the missions but not really you know there's nothing nothing There's no nothing violent in this game atoll of not even been attacked by a shark or anything yet and you have to tracking a family. A whale family you do. It's quite clever is quite. It was released in june last year of life. And you it has in game livestreams you working for this group of people and they'll livestream to their public almost like it's a real event it doesn't it's just within the game but some it's real is well done. The voice acting whitegoods very quite natural a little bit of youtube or It's generally pretty Pretty good looking to look at all. Though you know under the see. I think you can quite easy to do a good looking graphically game under the say because you you know. Everything's quite colorful where they are as tropical that kind of thing if feels really environment you've got bits of rubbish on the seabed and that kind of thing you know sadly that's the way it is And you actually. Yeah you play this doctor you go out various times on various quests to track as well family or discover pick up a sense Role that kind of thing. The music just totally fits. It's all my kind of not there in its much. it's very ambient but if it didn't have it you probably nights it's just a real good just before bed lights out. Put this on you. It's it's almost an insomnia cure. I would say in a game and that's not to say it's a bad thing. It's just chilling chilled great experience. Some finding it's really interesting in terms of looking at species that kind of thing you can go back to your submarine and they'll be locked in your journal you find out to other people Yeah of yet kind of get to the crux of the story..
"june last year" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"So I mean, well, not forever. But for a big Sony that's a long time to wait, Johnny, like a year, right to wait for a big Sony title, so I'm a little less. Yeah, I think it came out. But June last year, I think and so much better than last than days. Gone. Like, when you look at cuz Horizon, I don't think expected drop off. So, I didn't get any from that, but I would say days gone. They wanted you to feel it. Well, there's a couple of characters in days gone. I think I felt it. I guess. I don't know that either one character in days gone. That really annoys you from what I remember, dude. There's oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yes, but not as much as Mary Jane. Oh god. Oh no no no I'm reposting. Yeah and when you said in days gone my brain was like but who gives a shit cuz I want to talk about marriage ending in fact like that is a good. It's a I gotta admit it's probably a pretty good character. I hate animatic stress disorder. Yeah. Yeah you get man, I hated that. Mary Jane stealth segments in that game sucks, dude. I don't know how to, I don't know, man, I don't know. They did a good job. I guess. Right. Miles had miles was pretty, I thought miles was pretty well done. There was no there, there was no well in marriage. Oh my God. What's his name's voice? Acting was terrible, Troy Baker. That was unacceptable. It was Troy. Baker, is Troy Baker with a different name. If you think I'm exaggerating go. Listen, it quite literally, is that I would say, that's the only bad performance. We got in miles, Sony does a pretty good job. They do a pretty good job. Microsoft writing with the most starting tomorrow. So you thought it was pretty good right miles? Yeah, miles could have been So miles is your your black protagonist and black Spanish? I believe his mom Spanish. I can't remember. But there was mixed Heritage there, where we can do something and they did it in a way, which was just like home, It's just, it's just, it is just is and you get, the is part and the reactions from him versus being told. And when I was talking to,.
"june last year" Discussed on Get A Grip On Life
"Even in our city wasn't a lot of people out i in june last year. And then it got bigger and bigger and bigger saying you're locked in you're looking at your device you're seeing it and you're like hey i can go and do that s- and it just became bigger and bigger right absolutely and i mean just. The listeners know that at spencer miles lives in seattle. So he's at the head of all this stuff. I mean to the point where they actually took over a part of your city and created a zone. They did absolutely and now they're taking over schools and things like that and I'm playgrounds it's it's insane to me to look around and be like and i kinda question i always ask in all. This is where the leaders whereas the adults with a leader one. that's willing to commit the most violence in that autonomous. And that's what it is the person who's the most extreme with the violence or the or the ability. Like the the the it's like it's not. It's not a matter of who is expressing the most truth it's not a matter of who is represents the movement it's sort of a who is the most violent or who can inspire the most amount of extremism becomes the leader in those places. And i find that very interesting actually And that video. Those kids have been modeled that smashing behavior. They've seen those videos online from the the you know either wing. The capitol hill smashing windows of parliament parliament of the capitol. Yeah capital are. They've seen all that. It's been model to the net. When you're mad you get to smash things and then you get to beat people up. Been intimidate them. This is a new thing. Spencer and i wanted to roll it into the next article that popped up yesterday on bloomberg which is we must start planning for a permanent pandemic and yeah i. I don't even know what to say to this. I don't like what are you having andrius andrea andreas kluth. Are you talking about pal. I mean are you. Are you serious. But i you know you start to see things where they're calling. You know racism a public health issue right. I think governments have figured out using public health you want to put those quotations around it. Allow them to gonna sidestep are traditional ways of government so they can go and say l. Racism za public health issue so now we can make rules change things locked down. Do whatever we need to do under the guise of public health so maybe it's not covert this the pandemic forever. There's just eight pandemic forever. Well listen this is the age of demigods. Okay and what. I mean by. That is every buddies at demi-god questioned and they you know every every public health officer every local mayor every you know Premier or state governor. Whatever is a demi demi-god now and how dare you question so to know. This is all for your own good. You see that what's the matter with. You know you're gonna kill people by buying an ice cream cone. They're all demi gods and they wanna. They need panic. They need the law. Their emotional and flamer's they need the panic at the highest possible level..
"june last year" Discussed on The Site Shed
"Sam. Welcome to the such a podcasts. It's good to chat. I'll miss level we normally chatting on conversations regarding the marketing campaigns. However tonight we're talking about. I've been met your journey as i mentioned a flaw and we had a one follow his and colossus ivory bush finished. I asked me severe message. And he said you speak too big businesses in the macro businesses in the spigot Coming things doing but haven't we speak to somebody sort of in that midday events somebody tags you felt like i didn't even think to ask you but we are leaving myself so your bags school your by standing young new south wales which is what my two hours exposing line of cameras that yes the business In young ucf wells in june last year. What raised the adding gambro. But yes. i think it's no sale but the years to restrict their yes sort of Quickly at the moment. but it's pretty. Well yeah lovely Purpose of this conversation is really just a little bit into your experiences. In transition in business over the years and how you'll role in the businesses evolved in how you'll things within the business out evolved like hiring bach cutting branding growing and scaling you tame maybe we can touch on diving into different markets as you entered into the united states camera. Just things like that. Despite the conversations that growing businesses have a bowl and typically a public conversations that lodge businesses there. we somewhat different leagues. I might have my jar implies and they might have all these different departments so the manager of that stuff so you very much on the ground but in the trenches which is great. So i'm looking forward to hearing hearing about you'll story in the progress of stag electrical. Tell how did it how to stop. 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"june last year" Discussed on Design Speaks
"It's starts with Y right Simon sinek it all starts with Y dead. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, so I guess is a vision board. Do you think the same as a visual goal board? I guess it would depend on how you put things on there. Like I know some people like to put very specific stuff and then some people like to put like, you know a picture of a tropical beach because they want to whatever that means life, you know, either like go on vacation or make six figures so that you can lay on a beach I do. Yeah. Yeah, I think people do those differently. I've been home. I think the thing that's been holding me back at this point on on like doing all of this is I think because last year was so wacky it kind of like even though it shouldn't it's sort of threw a wrench into my thinking about goals because I had set some really big lofty goals for last year and half of them more than half of them didn't get anywhere with primarily because of the pandemic like I wanted to travel to speak and I was already booked out to speak three times before June last year traveling which would have been dead. Half of my goal but then everything got canceled. And so there was there's just like this. It's almost like there's this apprehension for setting goals because I don't know what life looks like right now. It's like well, I want to book an X number of like speaking sessions maybe and so that's going to be now over Zoom, which is fine, But is that really what I want? I don't know like I would write I want to travel to speak like I want to do in person workshops, but is it realistic to even have that as a goal? So it's just like, oh I'm like stuck on this precipice of like the goals. I actually truly really want and the things that I might have to compromise on that don't end up being as fulfilling but that sort of will eventually need to be in place in order to do that. So it's like I need to keep speaking over Zoom so that I can speak in person when the pandemic is over. So I'm just like dead. I'm realizing that it's not just like excuses. Like I just don't know what goals it's sort of just like being realistic and going. Okay, but why am I not wanting to put these goals out there? Because I'm afraid that it'll just end up a big waste of my time to spend all this time Vision casting and vision boarding and all this stuff and then it's just like that goes in the garbage cuz I can't do any of this. So, how are how did you sort of since you have done all this and I have yet to do all of this. Like how did you look towards your goals in light of like the limbo that we are all living in in March of 2021. Yeah. No, that's a really great question because some of the goals that I didn't hit last year were because of the pandemic, you know, like it just it wasn't going to Right Right isn't that? Yeah. So one of the things that I also did at the end of last year was to just kind of write out like dead. A bunch of things that I'd like to do at some point in my life. Like I'm not putting it a time frame is kind like that. I want to do them right now or anything, but just like home someday, I would like to do this like one of them is to go to all 50 states and I'm like forty something in but like that's not going to happen this year off and see but I still have that written down and like I've thought it through of like this is something that I would like to do one day. So it's still out there. It's still like it's not like I pushed it back in and I'm never going to think of it again kind of a thing. So I wrote all those out I think it was like seventy-five different things that I came up with. So it was like a really big list and some of them like it's not going to happen even in the next ten years, but just like one day I would like so this is Your Bucket List. Yeah, basically a bucket list and then I kind of went through and and looked at what are the things that are like dead? More that feel more pressing that are more important to me that I really want to achieve sooner. And then also yeah just looking at it realistically like I do have a lot of travel related stuff purposely and I didn't put those on my goals this year because I don't know if it's going to happen. Now if the opportunity arises then like you're all set down. Yeah, it's still out there is still in my brain and everything, but I'm not necessarily like actively working towards it because I know now I do think though, you know, eventually this will be over. I don't know when but eventually so I do think like, you know, if you want to save up money for a trip now, even if you don't know when it's going to happen that's still like a goal you can work towards or yeah, if you still want to like be speaking now so that eventually you can travel to speak like then you're still working towards that goal. Even though you don't know when it's going to happen. So even though you don't have like a date for dog If it's important to you, you can still work towards the in whatever way that you can but I do totally understand being realistic with stuff too. It's just it's a strange it is a weird time. So I think the thing that I've been gravitating towards lately is and this is kind of where we're going to get into maybe more of like the actual like Thursday has of how to how to do this is so having the visual goal Board of I think a mix between like a little bit abstract because of the time we're living in an office some things that are a little bit more specific. So I I did achieve one of my
"june last year" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"I think it should be free for for anyone that needs them at work whose college school whatever but how do they distributed so that the because you know there's going to be people if it's an a machine or something you know that there's going to be able to go in there and hijack the entire amount that's in that machine. Nobody else didn't keep it in the school nurse's office or something like that. Yeah say you'd have to have some sort of a system where just like you should also have the the punch bowl full of condoms for high school kids. You know i agree. I mentioned i think my notes to i didn't yeah front Yeah matter of fact that's kind of how we how we do it at the clinic. That are i work for. I mean we got a punchbowl fishbowl. Yobo right in the front of full of condemns so that you can get your prophylactics and be safe while you're doing the onto along while i'm sorry art. We just need. We need more people to quit. Feeling ogi about natural stuff. That's that's what i agree. We're getting there. And that's why i recognize the public because this is not just us. This is a stigma. Not just for the poor minority. Groups is a stigma for everyone. Everyone that has an inability at one point or another that could not afford to get that sanitary product that they needed iran. I have definitely been the sufferer of that. At one point another in my life and based on what i have read and just my own personal knowledge. That are my own personal experience. I should say that. I when i was lacking that need for personal hygiene i had to use toilet paper nip and that is not safe not stupid and you know if you lack the funds to purchase these types of products for yourself. Any you lacked the means to just have the Immediate access to it. The lose out you know you develop that that shame and the stress and you know they prioritize this focus on schools because they recognize that a lot of students would miss out on classes because of the shame of not having what they needed or they've been embarrassed and they miss out on class and this is just another step forward to ensure that students won't be skipping school because of this basic need. It's a need that that's it. It's just a basic basically. Yes and then you know you can and so interesting when they cause new zealand ran the case. Study of this type of product that they're going to fully implement in june last year around this time and so based on the feedback from students and teachers and faculty and things like that they realized that not only was this the most helpful and saw a slight change as far as attendance. And you know the presence of students being in the classroom but students actively seeking to be more knowledgeable about the purpose of cleanliness. Educating themselves on proper sexual hygiene proper personal hygiene whether you were male female or other dis- knowing having that knowledge knowing where you can go knowing who to talk to. That's vital 'cause it's it's a damn shame if you don't have a parent that you can immediately go to let alone Anyone that you can trust and depend on outside of this home that you can say you know. I need to send artem. The prime minister new zealand's. She's not playing games. She she left mormonism handful of years ago. Probably i think i think probably like ten years ago. And she's deciding to break down every wall of what they put up around her when she was growing she. The lds church has a lot of ladies feeling a lot of internalized misogyny..
"june last year" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"That are i work for. I mean we got a punchbowl fishbowl. Yobo right in the front of full of condemns so that you can get your prophylactics and be safe while you're doing the onto along while i'm sorry art. We just need. We need more people to quit. Feeling ogi about natural stuff. That's that's what i agree. We're getting there. And that's why i recognize the public because this is not just us. This is a stigma. Not just for the poor minority. Groups is a stigma for everyone. Everyone that has an inability at one point or another that could not afford to get that sanitary product that they needed iran. I have definitely been the sufferer of that at one point. Another in my life and what i have read and just my own personal knowledge. That are my own personal experience. I should say that. I when i was lacking that need for personal hygiene i had to use toilet paper nip and that is not safe not stupid and you know if you lack the funds to purchase these types of products for yourself any lacked the means to just have the Immediate access to it the lose out you know you develop that that shame in the stress and you know they prioritize this focus on schools because they recognize that a lot of students would miss out on classes because of the shame of not having what they needed or they've been embarrassed and they miss out on class and this is just another step forward to ensure that students won't be skipping school because of this basic need. It's a need that that's it. It's just a basic basically. Yes and then you know you can and so interesting when they because New zealand ran the case. Study of this type of product that they're going to fully implement in june last year around this time and so based on the feedback from students and teachers and faculty and things like that they realized that not only was this the most helpful and saw a slight change as far as attendance..
"june last year" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly
"You can't get up there until right around usually mid june because of the snow snow's pretty persistent until about mid june last year. I didn't climate. Maybe the first year in a long time climate usually every year and Man when we have some of the sun rises here just off the hook speaking off the hook off the hook. Hubris is the best way to describe andrew cuomo. The article here says newark. Andrew governor andrew cuomo done yet. Adelaide allegations hard to see how he isn't as a wave of new allegations have just dropped top democrat and her cousin stewart. The new york senate majority leader said that if another woman came forward in time for cuomo to quit well she's gonna have to pony up because now there's not only fourth but a fifth accuser not imagine a bunch of other aides talking about his bad behavior. According to daily mail analysts. Thirty-five was a policy operations aid for cuomo for two years from thirteen to fifteen. She's fox wall street journal said he made advances toward her including asking if she had a boyfriend touching her back kissing around the hand she told the wall street journal that she felt diminished from an educated from professional to quote just a skirt. She said his behavior wasn't appropriate. Really any setting. Karen hinton's story suggests that does beyond for some time hinton sixty two said. The cuomo embraced her afterward after work event in two thousand. She said she tried to pull away from him but he pulled her back before she was ultimately able to get away and leave the digitally to male aides. Governor would be rate them. Call them. i won't say the words and say that they have no on. They have no balls other current and i that language but mom any other. Current former officials told the wj that the governor would regularly ask women about their dating lives touched them et cetera. So governor cuomo is. He's in some real trouble and no two ways about it and governor. Whitman was asked about it. Here's what she had to say. Your fellow democratic governor and the leader of the national governor's association. Andrew cuomo is facing multiple accusations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior charlotte bennett and a former aide of his gave a rather devastating interview to cbs news. This week and said the governor cuomo who was a mentor to her repeatedly made unwanted advances. Take a listen to this quick clip..
"june last year" Discussed on Impact Pricing
"Now. Welcome to impact pricing the podcast where we discussed pricing value and the strategic relationship between them. I'm more citing today. Our guest is stefan. Leo zoo and your three things you want to know about stuff on before we start. He is the chief values officer tallus. What a fabulous title as an adjunct professor and research fellow at case western reserve university and he has a phd in pricing. Even though there's no such thing welcome stuff off. Thanks for having me again on the podcast fund. It'll be fun joke just like you have a phd in pricing even though it doesn't exist so it's okay right. Yeah i think we can see that we do have a phd but it will be too long right exactly so you were on in june last year episode seventy four. We covered some of the easy questions. So let's jump into the hard stuff so they wanna talk about pricing in the c. Suites and so what do you what do you think is the big issue for pricing. The c. suite is getting excited. Is it getting them involved engaged. Well let me start by saying vast majority of people in the sweet. God dare because we're smart. The good experience we get the business side of running a business and so you know what we have not done as pressing. Profession is educate them and get them to go really out. Pricing.
"june last year" Discussed on ITN Live
"Revamped her entire business in its fuel. She's feeling completely motivated. Now at this point to get just get this whole business going on. I got a new job. That i feel amazing that i feel so much like myself all the time so yeah. The bad was pretty bad. Yeah but the good actually was pretty. Damn good could've have looked at that in may or june last year. Likely member. It's a different thing and it was nice to if elgood is so i i don't wanna say the twenty twenty was a good year because i can't say that but i can't say that we walked out of it. Both of us feeling like you know what this was. Not as bad as we thought it was in the bad stuff. We can put behind us because the good you said earlier. That light in the tunnel. Yeah i can see that there's kind of crappy things around it but it can still see that light and it's there. It's getting brighter all the time you know in. It's a lot easier today to focus on that than it was six months ago. Which i'm gonna take that. i'll just die. That's what i got to take that to the bank all day. And you know i i appreciate it till in that story and really wanted to hear that from someone who was the father of younger kids right. My kids are are held. There's sixteen and sixteen and nineteen. I got a little bit older. But i really wanted to hear the perspective of someone going through it with someone who is asking a question. Why can't i go to school will. Why do i have to stay home. Why can't i go play with my friends. Why do i mean. I don't know what i'm saying. What you have to have that type of conversation with someone they they see everything and they absorbed soak it in as you know but again you have to ask you have to answer a different level of question from from from the young adult but more importantly i would say I'm glad you is feeling better. Thank you so much better these days. She still has to wait. Until i think june to find out for sure if it's how much they got because she's in a trial for it but she can't feel the tumor anymore. She's feeling much like yourself on every single day. So no complaint. I say we think we have a drink to that. And we talk about your home brew and crafting aspects.
"june last year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On the eighteenth of June last year fifty kilometers outside Gambia's capital buying jul chaos unfolded when police clashed with locals protesting against the construction of a mine in the town of fight about manta three protesters were killed ace believes the snow removal of the worst offenders of the previous regime is to blame why because the same people within this old establishments are still in existence in this new establishment and they apply the old my sick the first thing you think of when you see people for Justin okay so you know one of my rules first acts as president was to set up the truth we conciliation and reparations commission old T. R. R. C. four witnesses to testify to the full extent of state brutality under Jimmy how can order for us to to the twenty six for those disappointed with slow reform under the new president one conflict was barrels original promise to only remain in power for three years but he has now changed his mind the force of agreement what and we have the first verse health instead of who the Republican Party yes what the US was work still to do that was a dumb about rose speaking to who are Eunice and the team at BBC Africa hi this is Newsday now also support around we spent the entire day yesterday in a house basically Cameron behind the sofa watching the cricket believing that although it looked like England Molly do something at the start of the day felt like it was slipping from our growth and a very exciting finish occasionally flicker over to see what was happening with the tennis Matthew canyons in Colorado how you keeping in touch with all this my feet and that while I was commentating on the first of the day's semi finals at the Africa Cup of nations for our audience across sub Sahara Africa Roger I'm Janet giving updates on both the tennis on the cricket has they unfolded it was a really genuinely exceptional day you mentioned the nation's top you mention the tennis you mentioned the crickets you can also mention the Formula One you could also mention the toward a frost let's try and rattle for you the loss of them shall we over the next few minutes and I'm gonna start at Wimbledon the coach for hours and fifty seven minutes of absolutely high quality men's tennis between two of the greatest players ever to have lived engage in success for the defending champion Novak Djokovic over the great Roger Federer Federer had two championship points but in the end it went to an amazing five shirts under after seven six Rick so this is how it planned out seven six one six seven six four six twelve all in the fridge search which means at Wimbledon now we go to a tie break so they went to a tie break both men absolutely locked together and this is how it planned out on the final point to his the second seven championship point from Roger Federer into the backend of documents the full I'm from Confederate.
"june last year" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Canes says sometimes when you're in a dark place, you think you've been buried, but you've actually been planted. I love Christine. Katherine is whether it's a Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Hi, katherine. How are you? Hi, dave. I'm good. Thanks. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? My husband, and I rebelled twenty two. I mean, we need your financial peace university last April and may while he was paramedic school actually Bye-bye paramedic. And I was born in June last year. Oh, my husband. He just got an offer for full-time job that is three hundred away from where we are right now we're expecting to need to move in roughly about six weeks. But our question is we have about eight thousand dollars saved up for a down payment on a house. And we were just curious if we should think about renting for another year before the house or she is buying house. A good option. It's a very low cost of living area you debt free. We have three three thousand having our son last June. We're going to be able to pay off with our tactic this year. We have eight thousand dollars in the Bank pay it off today. Okay. Okay. Now, we got five thousand and how much is a tax return. It's gonna be at six. Okay. Good. And are you getting a new job, right? Yes, sir. Okay. Because we don't want to get six thousand dollars back. That means you've been putting in five hundred dollars a month too much. So we need to set up your proper withholding. So that they don't take too much out of your check. That's what a tax refund means. It means you pay too much an. Keisha will adjust that. And you're moving to an inexpensive area. You said is it a rule location? It's a talk about eight thousand people. Okay. And so if you were to buy a home selling it might be slow, right? Okay. You're twenty two you have a new baby and you've been married how long. That good. She shut married at twenty. And what will he be making as a paramedic about forty thousand? Good and you'll be staying home with baby or working. I will be staying home. Okay. I have been working. Okay. All right. Wouldn't occasion you being lazy? It just ask. All right. Zero debt. Do you have an emergency fund? In addition to the eight thousand dollars, we're talking about we do we have three grand three grand slam on that a fully funded emergency fund when we get settled in the next town would be three to six months of expenses. Right. And so I if you're making forty eight thousand four thousand dollars a month would be that your income your expenses. But so. Ten Grand's probably your emergency fund. Okay. Okay. So we're on pay off the three today, then we're going to get six that's gonna give us eleven after the move. You're going to be short a little bit. 'cause you're gonna use some of that to move, right? We would probably use this month's income to pay them. All okay. That's good. And so we're going to put ten thousand aside as our emergency fund..
U.S. hedge funds posted modest gains last month
"Hedge funds posted modest gains last month we get details from Bloomberg's Ed Corry hedge funds rose point three one percent in July according. To the Bloomberg hedge fund database while that reverse losses recorded in June year, to date hedge funds are little changed lagging behind the major US. Stock indexes CD a managed futures strategies were the worst performing losing more than half. A presenting July the Bloomberg mandates two thousand eighteen survey found about forty. Six percent of investors expected global macro strategies to outperform in two thousand eighteen macro strategies are. Down one and a half percent year to