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"kennedy hill" Discussed on KOMO
". Thank you. Northwest news time, 6 24, and we've got to check on the roads from the duban group traffic center and how's the cheap enough, Kimmy Klein? We have had problem after problem on four O 5 all afternoon. We have a new crush now in Renton and it's partially blocking the northbound 405 exit to one 6 7 so you're backed up solid from I 5 at south center, but south on four O 5 is still brutal out of downtown Bellevue all the way up the Kennedy hill hill, south on four O 5 in bauble, just saw the steroid 5 two 7, we still have an accident blocking one to two left lanes, so that's backed up solid from I 5 and linwood and really not helping our northbound 405 drive either, so you're still in the brakes north down four O 5 from about 5 20 up to that scene and last checked or drive time from Bellevue to Lin wood was about 65 or 70 minutes so not pretty. We are doing better though around Arlington now that that earlier crash north than I 5 at two 36 is cleared. We have an accident in 5 south and I 5 at 54th on the left shoulder, keep it at busy passport way and a crash on the shoulder in South Dakota Lakewood on staff and I 5 approaching 5 12, and it's on the right side, but you're seeing some heavy backups from highway 16 to the scene. This support is sponsored by Wendy's $3 breakfast deal right now at Wendy's enjoy the $3 breakfast deal. She is between the bacon or sausage egg and Swiss croissant and get a small seasoned potatoes for just $3, limited time only at participating U.S. Wendy's during breakfast hours. Your next northwest traffic at 6 34. Peter sound forecast sunny, but breezy tomorrow, especially in the foothills, high around 50 sunny and upper 40s on Friday overnight lows in the 30s the weekend remaining dry with increasing clouds ahead of Monday's reign. 42
"kennedy hill" Discussed on KOMO
"Now in the story you heard moments ago from ABC News is 17 people are now in custody as the feds bust up a major drug cartel in Washington in California. More now from northwest news radios Jeff beaujolais. The investigation began more than a year ago. Early 2021, one of the lead defendants in this case hit the law enforcement radar and over the next year, we obtained court authorized wiretaps to tap their phones related to the drug trafficking organization. The U.S. attorney Nick Brown says their efforts culminated in a number of raids this week, leading to multiple arrests and the seizure of a massive cache of drugs and guns. But he adds that law enforcement can't fix the fentanyl crisis alone. In order to seriously address the crisis that this community and indeed communities across the country are facing, it takes multiple entities, multiple organizations, multiple actors, to really make this a safe and healthy community. Meanwhile, the investigation will continue. Jeff pojo and northwest news radio. Still ahead. I'm Ryan Harris with a U.S. Army vet from our area who volunteered to fight in Ukraine and is now helping them from home. But first, at 6 O four, let's check get a check on your drive from the dubin group traffic center and Kimmy Klein. In Seattle, we have an axe to response now partially blocking the ramp from eastbound 90 to south and I 5 red at the very end of that rant before it merges on to the main line. So that is what's causing some congestion right around I 5 around there, but I still haven't figured out what caused the slowing on west found 90 coming off a Mercer island. It doesn't prove once you get to the bridge deck. Westbound 5 20, on the other hand, is still just rolling slow from mid span onto I 5 and you can expect to lay south down 5 from about Ravenna through the convention center, but our drive time to the north and are improving. We're at like 38 to 45 minutes to get from Seattle to Everett or Bellevue to Everett and it keeps improving. South on four O 5 is rolling slow from 5 20 right to the top of the Kennedy hill hill, which is some scatter delays left on the valley freeway getting into Kent and around algona. An earlier accident on west found 18 year warehouse is still on the shoulder causing a little bit of a slowdown, but we're doing a lot better on south and I 5 approaching an accident on the side at 72nd now. Your next northwest traffic at 6 14. Here's a weather check now from Shannon O'Donnell at como four. Well, hi, everybody. It is Wednesday night. We've got light rain spreading back into western Washington, it'll be pretty patchy and drizzly for the most part. This is the warm front coming through. On Thursday, it will be strangely warm tempts will surge into the low 60s in a few spots of ram puget sound, maybe a nice day for the pumpkin patch to the corn maze ahead of a powerful cold front coming in Thursday night as it approaches the winds are going to ramp up, especially near the coast and through the northwest interior for the San Juan's in Bellingham, wind advisory up there for Gus 30 to 50 mph could see some down trees and power outages. In the coming four weather center, I meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. Little dresel moving in right now in fact some of it over the key Peninsula south of gig harbor in Bellevue cloudy 52 Everett clouds 51°. Some drizzle into coma 52 now and Seattle cloudy skies 51 here at Seattle center
"kennedy hill" Discussed on KOMO
"Out, Supreme Court Justices are they fairly compensated on curling Johnson as state commission that set salaries takes up the taxpayer banner. Northwest news time. Northwest of news time is 6 O four. Let's get a check on your drive now from the dubin law group traffic center and Kimmy Klein. I'm watching traffic around pierce in the county and the whole south sound right now, which is actually really starting to improve. Unless you're trying to get between Roy and yam on stay rod 5 O 7. Last heard traffic was still alternating on sea route 5 O 7 in Yale at van silver road due to an earlier brush that fire that we've been dealing with all afternoon so you're seeing about a 6 mile back up south of Roy. That's still a really big tough spot, but also south M 5 around south Boeing field at MLK junior way and earlier accident is no longer blocking, but it's still on the right shoulder so it is causing delays all along Boeing field. Plus, we have this accident near Lake Stevens on highway 9. This is at 32nd street southeast and traffic has been alternating pasta, but it's really northbound traffic that's struggling north of Bigfoot avenue all the way up to the scene, so it's not clear yet. We're still seeing a lot of crowds on northbound 5 getting north of Lake city into linwood, south on 5 is busy south of Lake city right through the downtown Seattle core, and south on four O 5 heavy from southeast Nathan Bellevue of the Kennedy hill hill, which is some scatter delays on north on four or 5 mils around 85th, and again past one 95th. Your next northwest traffic at 6 14. All right, an update on the weather picture here is the hazy sunshine sets around the puget sound. Kristen Clark said como four. Continues and again today we had that wildfire
"kennedy hill" Discussed on KOMO
"News. Stay connected, stay informed, news radio 1000 FM 97 7. Good evening 6 O two and holding it 72 in downtown Seattle under sunny skies. I'm Rick fancies with Kim shepherd and here's what's happening. Seattle public school teachers voting tonight on whether to approve a three year deal for a new labor contract that's being offered by the district, teachers demanded higher pay, more classroom resources for students, especially those in special Ed and multilingual programs. The tentative agreement was reached after educators went on strike and the start of the school year ended up being delayed for 5 days. Public safety will be top priority in his proposed budget that from King County executive Dow Constantine today, more from northwest news radios, Jeff pozole. While the details of his budget won't be released until next week, Constantine says he will be spending tens of millions more on the recruitment and retention of sheriff's deputies. Sheriff patty col tindall. I'm happy to report that our recruitment efforts are already working. Already in 2022, we have hired 50 new deputies. And that's nearly 30% more than the same period for 2021. Additionally, Constantine has set aside $5 million to outfit every deputy with a body cam. Once the budget is released, the county council will have to give final approval. Jeff pojo and northwest news radio. Neighborhoods plagued by violence are often the same areas where basics like food and healthcare are also lacking. According to one community member, northwest news radio's Ryan Harris has more from a discussion on gun violence. Young people are often a target whether it's because they come from communities of color where biases often work against them or by gangs which use them to engage in violence because of limits on juvenile punishment. More and more police and prosecutors are turning to community groups to intervene with youth to turn them away from violence. That includes groups like choose one 80 whose executive director Sean goode told the state Senate committee, they are essentially tour guides on young people's journey to healing. Young people are possibilities to be developed and not problems to be solved. And then if we wrap them around with those types of supports and begin to invest in them as possibilities, the outcomes that we can create are just as significant as the purpose that lives within each of them. Often that healing involves kids exposure to domestic violence in their homes, which a couple of police officials say is frequently a root cause of community violence. Ryan Harris northwest news radio. Still a hand after traffic and weather. COVID-19 and its effects on pregnancy, I'm Kathy O'Shea, with more on a steady led by the University of Washington. Northwest news time 6 O four traffic every ten minutes on the fours from the dubin law group traffic center here's Marina rockinger. The troubles I was talking about last time in Seattle's southbound I 5 near Michigan cleared. Now it did leave a solid backup though from the U district. It's just bumper to bumper, solid, you know, down towards the west Seattle bridge, but hopefully that will start to improve. On the east side in Bellevue, south Balfour O 5 is crowded from southeast 8th over the Kennedy hill hill, still seeing the backups westbound I 90 through the high point area of trying to get into issaquah because of construction happening in the two left lanes westbound between X at 20 and X at 18. Southbound or one 6 7 is sluggish from Ellington into Sumner, and then we have a solid backup on south NI 5 in the area all the way into lacy, and the reason for that is a car fire south down high 5 its leader Kinney road, it's the two right lanes that are blocked. Next
"kennedy hill" Discussed on Rocketship.fm
"Slash rocketship. So this episode has been a lot. Yes, it really has been. Basically, where things stand are yes, hard work is important. We should all work hard. But there's a fine line between working hard and biting the dangerous side of the hustle. And honestly, it's hard to even know where to go from here. Well, I will say, finishing up my conversation with Kennedy hill, she did have some recommendations for her Gen Z peers, who feel like they have the hustle. Now, doesn't necessarily paint a rosy picture for them, but here's Kennedy with that advice. It sucks that so many of us are in a position where we don't have the generational wealth. We don't have the financial stability to not be able to protect ourselves financially and that kind of matter where he just find a job. And it's like, and even when just finding a 9 to 5 job with the wages, now, I mean, you could live, but people aspired to want to have a life, you know? And so we want to live we want to have a life. And so if a friend comes to me, and they're like, you know, I have to hustle. I'm going to say, you know what? You do. And it sucks. And I'm going to try to hang in there with you, but you really just need to one set, set boundaries for yourself, because no one is going to do it for you, right? I think it's very easy to get kind of caught up in this rat will just keep going keep going, keep going, keep going. But when you're going out and alone, there's no one looking over your shoulder, like there's no one watching your back for you because there's no one behind you is just you. And so it's like, if you like, if you have to physically write down on a piece of paper, not not on your notes app on your phone. If it feels right down on a piece of paper, I'm not gonna look at my email after 6 o'clock 7 o'clock on the day of your work. And you're like, I'm not gonna check my email before 8 a.m. and give yourself structure because I think when we have structure, we fill less frazzled because we know I'm gonna do work at this time. And really, and also you really just have to advocate for yourself. I remember there are times where I feel like I was being paid enough and it was very scary. Because like, oh, I've never had to ask someone for more money. They said there's not much you could fade. I didn't even know, like what is negotiating to like for me? I'm lucky that I have family who's who have jobs or they've been putting up to multiple times. I can rely on them so that everyone does. And so I would say just do your research like if there's something you're scared to do, there's probably someone on the Internet who can show you how to do it, right? Look up how to negotiate. Look up how much you should be paid as a freelance writer as an illustrator. As a graphic designer, whatever you work is, I think the more you prepare yourself with the research and data and education, more confident you feel in your own ability to lead yourself as a business person. And then you won't feel so anxious to advocate yourself and to say, we don't know. You're trying to take advantage of me because I'm 23 and you don't think I know much, but I do know. And so it's not okay for you to try to run over me because I have this R Snell of information and knowledge that's going to back me up if there's not a second person to do it for me. Well, it may not be rosy advice, but it's probably good advice. Yeah, I think so too. And I also found some more perspective from the Dave Ramsey show, actually. Now, whether you're a fan of Dave Ramsey or not, this advice is worth taking in. This is actually a caller question from the Dave Ramsey show earlier this year. I work for my father and we're in the construction business pretty large company. We've got 40 employees about 7 million top line gross. But anyways, I'm 29 years old. I've been working with them for ten years now. And I'm working around 6 to 65 hours a week and I'm just kind of warning am I wrong for want to drop my hours back because I have a wife and two kids and just kind of want to know your thoughts on that? Yeah, the only time I work amount of hours are ask someone to work that amount of hours is for a sprint, a short season, to knock something out. Now the short season could be for a year. I could even be for two years, but while we're trying to get something up and moving, or there's an emergency, and it follows under the heading of country sayings, but make hay while the sun shines, right? And so if you've got to put in 16 hour days, get the hay out of the field for The Rain kills it. And kills your dad gone crop. You've got to go do that. Shut up, you know? And if you and the other one is get the oxide of the ditch. Something's broken, right? And we've got to get the, you know, we've got to get that item fixed. So if the servers go down around here, my guys are here at two in the morning. But they're not here at two in the morning every week. It's because something broke. Right? Yeah. And I'm not here because I can't even spell server, so it wouldn't do any good for me to be here unless somebody's in coffee. But you know, so the question is, is this a way of life or is this a fact that we're in the middle of a construction boom, and you guys need to get the hay out of the field? And you know, Dave didn't say never work on overdrive. He said sometimes it's necessary to do so in a sprint type situation or, you know, put in the time to get the hay out of the field before The Rain kills it or get the ox out of the ditch. I don't know if those phrases are gonna land well here on rockets. I think I'm talking about. Probably not. Probably not. But it did resonate with me. I mean, there are situations that call for a 60 to 70 hour workweek sometimes or for some late nights. But I personally don't think that should be a way of life. That should be the exception, not the norm. Now, that might mean, you won't become the next Elon Musk. But that doesn't mean you won't be successful. That's right. And you know, I'm not alone with that thinking either. Back in 2014, ink columnist menda zetlin, she had a few things to say about the downsides of working too hard. This is from the ink YouTube channel and here she is with several reasons why you don't want to hustle too much. Not too long before Christmas this past Christmas, I read a story in the news about this woman named mita diran, who actually worked herself to death. She was working for young and Rubicon in Indonesia and right before she died, she tweeted 30 hours of work and still going strong. It was kind of a wake-up call because it's around the same time I was not working 30 hours in a row, but I was working long days and something like 7 days a week. And it penetrated my skull that what I was doing was not sustainable, and it wasn't leading to good work either. So I started really thinking about all of us who are entrepreneurs or in business for ourselves working ridiculous hours and thinking we can just barrel on through. That really doesn't work. Quantity kills quality. You may think, oh, you can do this. And then you can do this. And then you can do another thing. But the more things you pile into a brain that's overloaded, the less you'll do each of them well. So if you need to be excellent in your work as all of us do working at too many things too hard too many hours is going to make that very hard to achieve. It matters how much sleep you get. It matters for your brain function. It matters for your mood. It matters for your ability to lead and communicate with people. Arianna Huffington has become a sleep evangelist after she actually fell asleep at her desk fell face forward and broke her cheek. So before you get to that point, try and make sure you get a reasonable amount of sleep every night. It really does matter. Another reason that you need a lot of rest and to be at your best is that your judgment is impaired. And if you're running a company, that's something your company can't afford. If you're making bad decisions because you're tired and you're not thinking clearly, your whole enterprise could go down. Now, I know that Steve Harvey probably doesn't like men's advice there, but it resonates with me. Anyway, there are 7 more tips that she gives. You could search for ten reasons. You need to stop working so hard on YouTube and you can hear them all there. We hope that today's episode was helpful. Maybe it offers a little bit of perspective on that hustle culture that sometimes brainwashes us to believe that the only way to have a successful life is to work 24 7. One thing that's helped me over the last few years is taking a hard look at life and redefining what success actually looks like. For me, it isn't having $200 billion in my bank account. It isn't having private jets that double as my personal Uber of sorts. I don't have to keep up with the Joneses anymore. And once I have that realization and recalibrated what success means to me, I've got a lot more out of my life personally and professionally. And that's what matters most, honestly, right? With all of that, we'll see you here next week as we continue season.
"kennedy hill" Discussed on Rocketship.fm
"To be successful here in this interview with fader. I mean, you just have to put in 80 hour 80 to a hundred hour weeks every week. If other people are putting in 40 hour workweeks and you're putting in a hundred hour work weeks, then even if you're doing the same thing, you know that in one year you will achieve what they achieve. You will achieve in four months when it takes them a year to achieve. Again, it's all about that work ethic, right? So now we're talking about living a life of just getting a couple of hours of sleep each night and working what? 12 hours a day every day, even on weekends? That's hustle, right? And again, if anybody wants to point out that Elon Musk probably can't become the world's richest person working 40 hours a week or that Elon Musk is way more successful than say me. You'd be a 100% right, of course. There's only one Elon Musk. And just because you don't achieve an Elon Musk level success, though, it doesn't mean that you can't achieve success. What works for Gary Vaynerchuk or grant cardone or Steve Harvey, it doesn't mean that it's the right path for you. Okay, let's take a quick break and we'll dig into more of this right after that. This episode is brought to you by safety wing, as more companies embrace the advantage of hiring global talent, they are realizing that benefits are still very localized and constrained by national borders. That is until our partner safety wing decided to do something about it. Safety wing is on a mission to fix the problem of remote employee benefits by offering borderless benefits for remote and distributed teams. This is incredibly cool for anyone who has ever dealt with trying to give remote benefits, especially globally. Safety wings remote health insurance works in any country whether you live there or you're just visiting. Add anyone affiliated with your company to one simple plan that gets cheaper as you scale. Customize your policy to make it perfect for your team. 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I think after all we've been through this year, we can all use a little extra help. Go to better, help dot com slash rocketship that's better help each eat LP dot com slash rocket ship and you'll get 10% off your first month when you subscribe today. Before the break we learned a little bit about hustle culture, things like work ethic, sleep, but there's more to this hustle culture too. It's not just about those things, but also that everything is up to you. You're in control of your own destiny. You can create your own success, and that's honestly a lot of pressure. And there's very much a keeping up with the Joneses sort of involved with it. Now that used to mean buying the same luxury car that your neighbor had, you know, to show the rest of the neighborhood that you're just as successful. But these days, it's all about what kind of positive hustle and grind content you can put out on Instagram or TikTok and you gotta keep up with those appearances. Yeah, I actually caught up with somebody to dig into this more. And to get that perspective specifically of somebody within Gen Z, she's somebody that wrote a piece all about hustle culture for Business Insider recently. Who's that? Well, I'll let her introduce herself. My name is Kennedy hill. I am from California and I am a writer for a lot of things I do a lot of freelance. I do have a staff job right now for a newsletter. Pretty much whoever pays me to put some mortgage together. That's where you'll find me. How nice, a freelance journalist. It sounds like Kennedy is hustling for herself. Is that right? Well, yes, because she feels like she and the rest of her Gen Z peers sort of have to, whether they like it or not. For our generation, especially the traditional system just doesn't work anymore. It used to be you go to high school, get good grades, you go to college, you'll get a job, as long as you know you don't get fired or something bad happens, you're gonna pretty much reset financially. But by the time it got to us, that doesn't work anymore. We see so many people going to college they graduate with this expensive degree that go into job market, they either can't find employment or they find employment and for jobs that require a degree they pay minimum wage. And especially women and people of color were always excluded from that from that system, but now we're seeing it on a generational level, right? Now everyone is excluded from this kind of white picket fence lifestyle of just if you stick to this track, you're going to be successful. And that track just doesn't work anymore. It wasn't built to be sustainable. And so we're the generation where I really like trying to be sustainable when it comes to climate change and even just the job market, right? All the systems have failed. By the time we got here. And so for gen zs, we're like, okay, if I'm not going to have, if I'm not going to have social security, if I'm not going to be able to get a decent salary with this degree that cost me a $100,000, I'm really going to have to work and look out for myself, right? Because me just getting a job isn't going to be enough. And so we've kind of had to develop this sense where it's like the only person who's going to guarantee my financial future is myself. If I go out there if I make myself a job, if I work as a contractor, if I'm able to negotiate more, it's like we just have to put in so much more thought and dedication into just making a living for ourselves where I think cruise generations didn't have to in such a short amount of time when they're so young. And for the people that want to live like that, that's great. But to Kennedy's point, not everybody in her generation necessarily does, but they feel like they have to hustle. To them, they feel like the system that was set up so nicely for generations before them doesn't actually work anymore. And so many of them have to set out for themselves. But there's a big downside for those that are forced to do that. When you're going at it alone, there's really no safety nets, right? So I graduated in 2020, which means that there was job freezes, right? And so.
"kennedy hill" Discussed on Ondernemersspirit
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"kennedy hill" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"You know what it mentioned earlier in the week that i couldn't believe but they they granted sirhan sirhan. You know who he is right. The assassin who killed robert f kennedy the granted embroil seventy seven years old and They released him from prison. Now i guess fifty four years was long enough when you kill somebody although they say there was a second shooter now. Are you aware that. I think i did hear that at one point down a long time ago. What what's the even understand how that could be a question. There were all right there. You know it's not like the they were. He was shot from a great distance. It he was shot right in the back of the head and they claim that i mean first of all he was. I think he was coming towards her answer on. And so the shots in his back Make them wonder if there was a second shooter but a lot of people think he will he just turned around after he shot the first time and then got shot in the back of the head but It's bizarre because wasn't sirhan. Saran tackled by Was rosie greer. He was los angeles. Rams that's right defensive tackle o. Career because they were they were they were cut into the kitchen of the hotel there for speed angrier. Rosie greer was Was a big fan of rfk. And i think kinda bodyguard kind of went with him wherever he went and certainly when he was in town he hung out and he it seems to me he was the one that tackled sirhan sirhan right and in fact that there was talk that he broke his thumb taking the gun away from him or something. So i don't. I don't know how you could be sure that. He's the shooter. Rfk junior does not believe it was her hanser hand. Yeah he believes in a second shooter right. of course he also doesn't believe you should ever be vaccinated for anything so yeah that is fun. I love that. He's anti vaccine. Because there is nothing more kooky to the left and then an anti vacher will. Here's a guy on your side. You know they love this guy who's against every vaccines so yeah like i don't even he doesn't even want you to get a tetanus shot so take that for what it's worth. So did i hear correctly. The bobby kennedy has eleven kids. Is that right eleven. let me. i don't know anything on. That's news to me. Tell you that eleven kids and some some didn't want Service okay thank you Let's see children my gosh one too. I mean yes. It's a lot. Yes eleven kids. Count to eleven but it looks like eleven and was the entire family. Okay with sirhan sirhan. No released I know to kennedy spelt. Spoke out for him right yeah. I think some didn't want him released but nobody bothered to show up but to no one was Was moved to go and testify against him at this hearing. Douglas kennedy hill was a toddler when his when his dad was gunned down in nineteen sixty eight said he was moved to tears by sirhan. Sirhan's remorse during a parole hearing. I'm overwhelmed just by being able to view mr sirhan face to face. He said geez. I'm pretty sure. I'm not calling the guy who killed my dad mr anything right. I think i've lived my life. Both in fear of him and his name in one way or another. And i'm grateful today to see him as a human being worthy of compassion and love and So he's out now now there's something else. Let's see former congressman. Wow joseph p kennedy is not on board with this recommendation by the parole board. Wow that's fascinating Not quite as fascinating. Though social security being racist to elements of social security can tribute to racial inequality. One is that the system rewards marriage and what minorities don't get married zoo. Is that know what that means. We're saying now weird. That's overseeing everything racist. They can't get online. They can't get a driver's license. They don't know where the dmv is and they don't get married man. Wow they've got some weird lives. I guess interesting The other thing is that it rewards longevity in black people get overcharged on both scores. So wait black. People don't live as long as white people. Is that a fact. I guess it is a fast think. So but that's racist so that death is racist. Death is racist hugh somebody had to say and said care what the justification is if that means. We're getting rid of social security and you get all of your paycheck cool. Oh my gosh. All right whatever would that be great. Yes traceless me. Save whatever. I will for my paycheck me. All of the next thing you can suggest. Is that people decide for themselves if they're going to get vaccinated or yes. That is the next thing. I'm going to say decide for themselves whether they're going to get vaccinated or non game crazy but whatever crazy it's racist yep well and so Music billboard charts are racist as well we find out from this woman since i'm getting into music data stuff. 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"kennedy hill" Discussed on Uncommon
"I'll look. Kate has got such brand Mind and the i when she joined us your she was high being number. Four or five and at that stage was still convinced that i had an idea And i was making it a reality. When kate will in the door. She was convinced that we had a brand. And that was something special and really told me a lot about friend in the power of brand. Yeah i really loved leading that about tight What was the difference between brand like an idea in brand. How would you quantify that. Well i mean i couldn't. I can in the static icon of certificate. I'm gonna make Cyborg barring like you might close lend Why would you wanna make Tim egas i'm product brandies. Everything that goes into the product. It's the experience Be or as kite has had info mocking training and experience around. Branson said she could say that. Oh there's tonight's bike that were brad and they do come on for engine. I guess maybe. I didn't really have the confidence to say. Yeah auto brand still hustling to start a business in to get my ideas out there. Yeah it's sort of that thing where you the entrepreneur and you deal with that imposter syndrome like you get a professional who's authority that come in and say no no. No this is it. And they've got a framework and like okay. Cool i can define it as this. And now i'm absolutely sure now i totally get that. We spoke before back cova. I'd i'd do like i think you said in a previous interview that head count sheet society exploited. Obviously because i remember this distinctly that first quarter after cliven kicked off on that that friday the thirteenth whether gpa was grand prix was cancelled and everything was closing down. The nba was cancelled. The nfl was in disarray. All these events done and everyone's like oh shit. This is really serious. Talk to me about like realistic numbers. How many people did you guys guy phone. In march of that year too much now intends to stuff probably went into lockdown weeds around five maybe seeks and then qena around thirty six x the stuff. You're tony about it. Because he met signed two. We moved warehouses towards the back half of last year. So i think you're on september october. We had to find a space. and we. We've in. I think maybe a hundred and fifty minutes an anti speed automatic. Let's let's go. She somebody and then we actually go to. Confession has got to come in and unified evil. Cost of inventory. Amon ski grayson. He was latin. Not as you need three thousand square meters we will getting around and say we was based it especially signed onto a lace for a new build adding keiberg but that was delayed due to coin a re families amazing stays in brunswick that had just literally popped up on the market and so suddenly you and it was the old kennedy hill. This really a kite. Well if but three thousand three thousand square made us from one. Fifty is the holy shit looking at one forty at the room. Like wow. we're going for twenty five thirty scrimmages to one forty feeling safe anyway racking delivered for the white house the guy communist semi trailer truck and he was in the front yard valley a half and he saw g modified. Just do you turn a meal. We're gonna to be you tune anyway into took this live you tend to well i think. That savvy is spacey's because it's not to look added napoleon it but when he say a semi trailer it's big and so people have probably wondering why would by Big our guest It's silman you do your fulfillment and also.
Saoirse Kennedy Hill's Cause of Death Revealed
"There are new details today in Massachusetts on the summer death of Robert Kennedy's granddaughter sushi Kennedy hill died of an accidental mix of drugs found in her system when she was discovered unresponsive at the Kennedy compound on Cape Cod a death certificate obtained by The Boston Globe said there were anti depressants and opioids in our system when she was found August first at the home of a grand mother Ethel Kennedy the twenty two year old was about to begin her senior year at Boston College and had written while in high school about her struggles with
Sid Fernando Talks The Yearling Market
"Good Morning Good Morning Steve Coming off two days to monia M- and and the yearling market that we basically recap keeneland last week come back here with the regional sale in the mid Atlantic Atlantic and a lot of New York Bred Maryland Bred I saw Virginia breads coming back through and Pennsylvania Breads Virginia and and Delaware certified survive pretty vibrant scene in the mid Atlantic and it's a great showcase who for the regional Italian you know from New York Maryland and obviously were on display modular for example one for nine thousand young Kinda warfront but you know if you just go to for the list Steve and imagining you know or that you wouldn't seem Kentucky you're GonNa see you know more in the in the sale lael banned you know quite Golden Lad ah central medallion bureau at northview of course the good styling in Maryland great notion yeah I it's really good to see this because it's talking about diversity. You know you get a chance to see surname. He normally wouldn't see which is great and some of these young some might have died or sold abroad. El Padrino died died at the next died. They you know you're you're you're able to catch of their offspring here and you know there was one notable several story lines in this sale that that always intrigued me at one of them will be we'll get to it. we're the PIN hookers said and we didn't really get a chance last week to talk about the keeneland decisions and some of the pin hook the objects of affection that particularly among the first crops. I've just a lot of times you can read tea leaves and some of the a pin hookers whose work you respect the most but one of one day I want to bring up in terms of activity and that was seagull Segal associates people and Tim Hills and Tim Hills has been winning raises a longtime longtime. He's in the process of having a really good year and has got a couple of Nice New York breads that you know that one over the summer and and they ended up knocking down the the sale topper which was an honor Code Colt the bill right ler presented a hundred and nine hundred thousand came back with the canned theros Colt from Indian creek for a hundred and thirty so one hundred ninety one hundred thirty and that was yesterday. I saw a bunch of others as well so here's the yet thousands yeah the trend and they were buying two year old. I think early this year too. I'm paying big money for you know relatively speaking so yeah really interesting I read the article about I'm not familiar with them but I think I think the purchase warranted thirty thirty thousand dollars two year old perhaps it oh be up through the it's. I'm drawn a blank on that on the New York bread that visit New York bread that Tim Hills and I'm going to have to go look for it. that is this is going to be is going to be notable here going into the the next round of of big apple showcase about every about every six expand weeks it saves for those that aren't aware and I just pulled it off because I was. I was curious myself. Tim Hills goes back to the beginning of the recording of of statistics by Equa base and if those aren't aware he's one two thousand and thirty one races Yeah Tim bills just reliably you you know two to three dozen winners a year and when he operated a bigger you know when he's a little younger rated a bigger stable and would win seventy five to one hundred races a year but he's been winning at a professional rate for his whole career is terrific terrific operation. Yeah I kind of remember him even when he was young coming up in New England Kennedy Hill you know it's out very was listed. I'll go back and refresh my memory but had some distinct think impressions have been back then McGee been around and you know anything about this entity he'd go capital at it well. He's he's been I mean that's that's his. That's his going concern forever. The one of the one of my favorites it's that he trained of course most recently Qarafa part of that that triumvirate of New York bred surfers that that it heads for years but he had bare named Toll Taker Bernstein Maher that would remember her. She was just terrific and that was that was I think the first you know Tim Hills Scott to be about got to be almost twenty years ago. I would think AH that I've sure Saratoga. Probably I latched on. You know who you know who would give me the back ground ground on on on Tim Hills would be John Pirata because John Because Tim had big New England big the New Jersey big another New Jersey base operation they so many that you you know the grew out of you know the colts neck ocean port corridor crank. They were very active. I it's they they were one of the big one of the big outfits that kept buying on a steady basis jason the two days when it comes to the when it comes to the pin hookers said Kerry frommer who I I never got a complete fleet count on what she bought at Keeneland but she was mighty active at this sale she was and uh I think she highs price which she bought a jumpstart for one hundred thirty s that was one of the day one I think yeah but and another one she bought the upstart for one hundred twenty now there's the first crop sire you you know and he was selling really well. We talked about him last week. Airdrie Stud you know they get that type worse and he's got a lot of cigarettes and a lot of people like them so he's one to keep an eye out for next year and you'll you'll see this for back a two year old
B. C. Committee, ABC And Aron Kader discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"The Kennedy family is in mourning the death of a search check Kennedy hill yesterday at the Kennedy compound on the Cape ABC's Erin to Turkey with more on the death of one of Robert F. Kennedy's granddaughters an autopsy revealed no sign of trauma on the body of seer shook Kennedy hill who was found Thursday at the Kennedy family compound in Hyannis port the authorities will wait for toxicology reports before determining cause and manner of death but it is suspected the twenty two year old daughter of Courtney Kennedy and Paul hill died of an overdose Boston College where Kennedy hill was part of the class of twenty twenty call her thoughtful and compassionate Deerfield academy where she went to high school and wrote about her battle with depression call her courageous Aron Kader ski ABC news New York I'm the vice president for student affairs at Boston College in a statement to the B. C. committee says surfer was a gifted student to aspire to work in the communications field and asked everyone to keep the surfer and her family in your thoughts and prayers the Boston College campus ministry in university counselling services are being made available to assist anybody who's
Toxicology report will determine how Kennedy granddaughter died
"The Kennedy family mourning the loss of one of our F. K.'s granddaughter at autopsy revealed no sign of trauma on the body of so you're sure Kennedy hill who was found Thursday at the Kennedy family compound in Hyannis port the authorities will wait for toxicology reports before determining cause and manner of death but it is suspected the twenty two year old daughter of Courtney Kennedy and Paul hill died of an overdose Boston College where Kennedy hill was part of the class of twenty twenty call her thoughtful and compassionate Deerfield academy where she went to high school and wrote about her battle with depression call her
Ethel, Robert F. Kennedy And New York Times discussed on Orlando's Morning News
"Use another tragedy for the Kennedy family family statement confirmed the death of twenty two year old church a Kennedy hill the granddaughter of Ethel when the late Robert F. Kennedy she died at the family home in Hyannis port no no cause of death is listed in the family statement that the New York times reports that she died of an apparent drug overdose the case is being
Robert F. Kennedy's granddaughter dies at family compound in Massachusetts
"And Robert F. Kennedy's granddaughter search the Kennedy hill has passed away at the age of just twenty two the Kennedy family releasing a statement last night following reports of a death at the family's compound in Hyannis port Massachusetts the spokesperson for the family releasing that statement further details not released hell was the daughter of Robert and apple Kennedy's get child Courtney and Paul Michael hill was one of four falsely convicted in the nineteen seventy four Irish Republican Army bombings of it too
Robert Kennedy, Erin And Cape Cod discussed on First Morning News
"News another tragic deaths in the Kennedy family the twenty two year old grand daughter of Robert Kennedy has died at the family compound on Cape Cod correspondent Erin could Turkey has that story force here Sir Kennedy hill the twenty two year old granddaughter of Robert and Ethel Kennedy was found at the family compound on Cape Cod where authorities said they responded to a report of an unattended death at about two thirty in the afternoon on Thursday she had been taken to Cape Cod