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'Dystopian nightmare' state of downtown scares off investors, Seattle broker says
"Become a dystopian nightmare that, according to a real estate broker, apparently disappointed by a downtown properties, low sale price. We learned more now from Cuomo's Corwin ache. You know what it feels like to get lowballed. You wanted $200 for that. Oh, Carm war on Craigslist. But you only got 100. Similarly real estate broker Dave Spears with Kidder. Matthews wanted $9 million for the old Jiffy Lube property in Belltown, but it went for only 6.2 million. Spears blames the decline of downtown Seattle. In attacks to pizza sound business. GENERAL Spears rights investors and developers formerly considering Seattle at the top of their must have cities now won't consider risking capital into this dystopian nightmare Central business District Science
The Single Fastest Way to Grow Your Email Marketing List with Adam Robinson
"What is the single fast way to grow your email marketing. Less breaking down force get emails. I can promise you is the single fastest way to grow your email marketing list. And here's what it does. So we've all set up pop up forms on our website. Some of us have gone even more sophisticated than that and done correggio stations with options and stuff like that no matter what. If you have the best pop up in the world you're going to capture three four maybe five percent of your anonymous website visitors in convert them to people who are on your email list and from that point you can indoctrinate them in one them up and you know the success from that point is in your hands. I have a method in. It's through a technology called identity resolution that there's this really elite group of enterprise marketers. That's aware of this. And what i wanted to do was basically give it to the world. what identity re resolution can do is. We can identify up to thirty five percent of your anonymous traffic. That's more than one out of three of the visitors that come to your website and we can pass you their email address their first and last name even their postal record so that you can legally in the united states market to them which is just phenomenally powerful considering that before this you were converting probably ninety percent less of those people and for the kicker it's around ten percent of the cost of actually acquiring an update on facebook so let's talk specifics because fire nation. Okay that's sounds good. How does this sounds like matching. Sounds like black magic but how specifically does actually work like walk us through this process will tell you exactly how it works so. There's no reason that you should know. This didn't find out until i became totally obsessed with the idea that this was possible. Which i learned through i own an email marketing company like convert kidder weber. Whatever and i heard of this. And i was just like this. Can't be real. How does this work. It's probably the same thing. You're thinking right now so turns out that there is something going on in the advertising network called d. de identifying of people right and basically what that does is it. It is a way to with no personally identifiable information. Follow us all around the internet so that we can then be grouped into audiences in sold to advertisers so that advertising can be shown to us by interest so as a sort of did that will make sense first of all like. There's this stuff happening on the background. And one of the ways it's done is it will take an email address on my email addresses. Adam at getty meals dot com. It'll convert it into this language called. Md five right in the thing about md. Five is that when you go from adam at getty meals dot com to the md five encrypted version of it you can never unencrypted as a human being right but what's interesting about md. Five is adam at getty meals dot com encrypts. The same way every single time right. So i'm going back to how this actually works. I just wanted to give a quick lecture on on that. I so there's two parts of this one is the identity part and we're part of a cookie pool. What cookie pool is is a bunch of email marketing companies. Like the one that i own robe league convert kit. Whoever in order to enhance their revenues we sell click in open data to these vendors. And what they'll do with. It is when i get an email newsletter from. Let's say mailchimp. If i open it or click on it. It knows my email address in it puts a cookie in my browser with that email address encrypted in it right without even knowing and this is compliant with all the privacy policies. This is like how the internet works right. So i very innocently. Look at this pair of shoes. In a newsletter i click on it and i now have a cookie in my browser that has this identifier it. Now what we do is we just wait for that cookie to come around to our customers website. In when we see that cookie we see that. Md five email address. Right so it's it's encrypted and we don't know what it is looking at it with the naked eye. The beautiful thing about md five is if on the other side of it. You had a database of every single email in the usa. You can convert all those two md fives and then just do a look up in unscrambling.
"kidder" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
Arizona COVID-19 death toll reaches new high
"Corona virus in Arizona. A big milestone surpassed today in Corona virus numbers are stable. Kidder up his live with the latest numbers. Yeah, Bob, the death toll has now surpassed 2000 with a total of 2038. This comes. A 75 new deaths were reported this morning. 4057 New Corona virus cases were also reported today. Just under 12,000 people were tested for the virus yesterday. Percentage of positive cases now stands at 13.9% again. The Corona virus death toll in Arizona
The Soul of a New Machine
"Episode one of our all new season on hardware. That changed the game. We told you the story of the team. At at data general that built the clips. MVP eight thousand minicomputer under the nose of the company's CEO. Check out episode one. If you haven't listened that team operated under the Codename Eagle and their journey was chronicled by a little known writer named Tracy Kidder kidder. Had No I know I know what he was getting into. Here's the story from Carl. All sing lead manager of the equal team Tracy kidder. who was sort of computer phobic? I mean the technophobes Kind of afraid of all this stuff. He didn't really understand it. And he was talking with Richard. Todd his editor at and Thinking well you know what should I write about next. Richardson will have a roommate. That's from college. WHO's in the computer business. Maybe you should talk to him. Maybe maybe there's a story there and Tracy kidder said. Oh no no no I.. Don't you know I'm not comfortable with computers. I don't know how they work. Richard Todd said now. That's exactly what it should do. You have to face this. You have to go and find out what computers do and find out what the story is. Right about that kidder's editor then connect Tim to his old college roommate. A man named Tom West. Who happened to be the mastermind behind the whole Eagle operation at data general. So Tracy came in and said while I'm thinking of writing a book or something about whatever it is you guys do here and Tom. West was at the point where he was trying to build excitement in the team. And keep it going he. He wanted us all to feel the sense of urgency. In in the sense of that it was special. Oh so he thought well. Here's my chance. I'll get this writer in here interviewing the engineers and let them know that this special course the problem with that is that you have to get nondisclosure on disclosure agreements and you have to not go secret meetings and not no secret designs and patentable ideas so that was kind of a problem. So Tom's approach to that was to let Tracy kidder in by the back door. Sign them in of course but not really tell anybody what was going on and and He did tell his box cross firemen. I have a writer here and Carl. Kerman said I don't WanNa hear about it. Don't tell me the idea was you. You know what I don't know I can't tell he had deniability. I guess the Depression lucky for kidder. He got away with it. He came in and out of that back. back-door data general until the mini computer shipped in nineteen eighty. So Tracy kidder came in almost every day for a while and he interviewed all all of us wanted a time and he wanted to know what how computers work and then how did we build them. And then how are we running this whole thing. How did we recruit what people and what was the political environment. And what's the business plan all of it and we told him everything no oh. CEO would ever allow this in one thousand nine hundred eighty. One kidder was ready to release his book. Detailing the Eagle all teams clandestine operation kidder titled It the soul of a new machine. Little Brown was ready to publish it. But first data general's else executive had to be let it on the secret finally data general said Holy. You can't do this. Where suing you. they call Tracy kidder in and they said the number one. You're not gonNA write this book in number two anything you right. We own and number three. We're going to change it as we need to Tracy kidder said No. You're not little brown. Sent their lawyers and data general sent their lawyers and there was a big meeting and apparently apparently the little brown lawyers were tougher than the data general lawyers so the book happened with all the secrets and it turned out to be a big big hit. The soul of new machine became a bestseller and won opole surprise even the executives at data general warmed up to it. Someone someone say evangelized day. The general background and said Oh well. We wanted that book. We meant for that to happen. They started using the
"kidder" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Cloudy choose is a wonderful option for any brands that are looking to influence their marketing. Looking to get the program off the ground so sign up today using the Lincoln our show notes and use the code breakfast and let me know he thinks think I said I guarantee it will pay for itself. I share cottage fuse. Amazing offer ends a good option for anybody. That's interested in influencer marketing. Now back to the show bake breath and that's a radical insight into how you organize a company to get to commercial trees. That's amazing 'cause we've we've seen it time and time again and I think of Not to use another auto reference but ally when he took over Ford and how everybody was saying. Everything's great and you know all those reports sing. Everything's in the green but the company was bleeding money and finally someone was old enough to say no. This is actually what's happening and then He. You note applauded them for telling the truth and of course the next meeting all the spreadsheets came out and it was the Sierra of problems that Ford had. It's one of those things where organizations positions if they actually get there people actually share. You know what's truly going on. I can give you the opportunity to be able to to do the things and she needed to do to pivot and grow and I love the non consensus thing because again. We've we've sat through so many board meetings and meetings in this great idea and everybody's on board and gone. Are they really on board. It's like we're playing it safe. It's like okay it's you know it's first and ten okay. Let let's hand it off to the running back in. Hopefully they'll get get two or three yards or you're going to step back when the defenses and prepared in throw the bomb and you score the touchdown and then you get the momentum and then everything starts taking off you know one of the New England patriots play books. They seem to use that quite a bit for some recent. It's distribute. Thank you again when you're planning any model every idea has to work right you you. You're sort of like a ideas. Zombie factory rate. So that. If if if you could sell a dream you can never end sell than how you ever GonNa Learn. So if it's a plan it has to work and I might metrics are driving. Business is because I'm the I'm the CEO. And I put I gave you a check. Knight Build. Business is actually not how businesses are built. It just doesn't really work that way. So so it's all about you know UNLEARN and running down dark alleys in the mindset that I wrote a book called the startup playbook which was about forty interviews a So the best entrepreneurs roll away. Mosser Blakely Robin Chase and others about how they b-actor life and how do they look through a series of lenses that resort idea this election and effectively said all the same five lenses and there were the following one is the first lines was proprietary. giftedness that leads to an unfair advantage was effectively. Why them what is their? What was their secret insight to solving an emerging massive problem that created unfair advantage effectively effectively impossible replicate seconds was is that? They're very good at quitting bad options. Their ability to extreme focus was central to the skills feels like a run down dark alleys and find the light. So extreme. Focus away optionality. Your enemy is third lens was built painkillers. Vitamins they were solving in chronic lifelong pain the customer and not try to convince the customer. It was a good idea to use the product. It's vitamin last tour about execution. which is the idea of tax headaches? They knew the thing in the business that was impossible replicate in asymmetrically invested in it so it could actually get to something. That was ten times better because they wanted to be was the fifth lands which is a monopoly permanence. Intentionally Traded Huaxin barbs of customers. Stay with them. So great ideas survive live a common set of mindset lenses entrepreneur and venture capitalist is there to create the unfair advantage to know. What are the questions? UH-HUH I ask as a CD A. B. C. round in growing idea from the new to bag. They're very different questions along the stages because because in the beginning there's no math right is just solving the problem through set of lenses of a solution in ideally tomato avation. That is not a financial job. That is a discovery job. So it's like asking a Zygote five-year-old ten-year-old ugly teenager job of raising seven up each one of those stages is is a different set of questions metrics to be successful and skill doing as an investor and the obscure to trade. It's it's you know the answer. The questions that was going to ask you next was when you're working with all of these CEOS. What's what's the common trait the UC for the ones that are going to be successful and be able to really take on the initiatives that they need to take on versus the ones that that play it safe? Well one is ownership. I mean if you want growth you have to own growth and I think this is important. Mindset brawl leaders. which is you can't right like say to your employees okay go create growth in? Here's a new methodology right. The methodology important. But like if you think it's about them mm-hmm right there. The skill issue. That's train them up to this in reality. Go Talk to the organization you think you've been employed talking We've leadership problem and reality is you need both Great entrepreneurs rate investors to trick grow so great investor skill is. What's it's been eradicated? Because of optimization efficiency and scale is effectively at war with new things because they're not understood the instinct distinct go into non consensus because they knew it did not consensus to trade growth because defectively new learning and change the world. Answer the questions. Why is my Dowden Diet wise whereas the behavior going and that's as much offense as defense cases but that's really the professional leadership used to have in a model so second part indexes I always surprised that a CEO can save something in mandated in? It doesn't get done. You think. They all march March Beat them very rarely. Does that happen in. So you need a bone drill you need to go and give the company a model title with the mandate and the ownership to be able to go do this at scale so you can get into the bones. The company create the change and biotic by the company. We started five six years now. Does that work. We create the model. That does the new too big and helps leaders with the mindset mechanics to delete it. It's so important and I've worked with organizations that were I don't WanNa say stuck in the mud but I guess that's good way to describe it an ill. This is how we've done it and it's like well. What got you here won't get you there and we're going to have to? I loved analogy of going deep into the bone to really change behaviors in the patterns of the organization because it's it's crucial and as in we just look back in the last decade. How different it is to run corporations and it was before and in ten years from now it's going to be different than what it is now and I think those organizations positions that will grow in thrive and be able to be successful in in their product launches and serving the customers that they serve? Those are going to be the ones this that are able to adjust pivot in and do the things that need to be done instead of. You know like I said before playing it safe yeah. This is a great book. One of my favorite books book called top dogs by program. Any talk about that. In that book he talks about the idea of a mindset of plane to lose versus Playing playing just not to lose and how fatal it is actually so it Apples leaders make investments. Tonight it. Yes because they believe they have unbounded returns right. So if you don't do the work and believe that's true than it's unlikely ever get it. And so they use the example of behavior your psychology of competition so in the case of extreme competition like shootout in a soccer game or hockey we have each team gets tied each five shots shots each five five four four. Rejoice it's the ability behavioral psychology. So the first writer in soccer to go up there and kick the ball scores. Eighty leave five percent of the time because the plane went right and you have nothing to lose and so as you go through the count. Five one the probability so if you score order a goal or even remain tied zero zero. You're always made win. And probably swore the next shot was eighty five to ninety two percent so conversely if you go into the game having to win the game or you go down by bull. The psychology is now just playing not to lose news and the probability next striker when the plane just not to lose scores the next goal collapses to sub sixty percent. Meaning you can't can't win. And so the psychology in the minds mechanics of what you do hassle have an offensive play mindset so you even have a chance to discover governor unbounded returns every shop unique which happens in a portfolio. It's amazing stuff and again highly recommend everybody pick up. We'll all your books but especially the the latest one because We'll start playbook familiar with that one as well and that some great great lessons for people to help them Not Take shortcuts. 'cause I'm not a big fan of shortcuts but take the right steps to help their organization get too early. Want to the right way so you don't. I'll have to trace back and and do all the things you didn't do so near the biggest. The biggest is really a sharing of a story that our partner the rest of their own journey and the model. Quite frankly it's the kernel of what we do we see. We know it's hard to do this. So there is incredible insight censor. We're kind of version five this after six years. Esther like one point giving cardinal because this value in that and so I hope to beg is something that AH enjoy. But we're happy to share that story with them in person to make sense for their organizations. That's awesome good stuff. David thanks so much for your time..
"kidder" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Powdery burnout you make the choice. Here's your list Michael Savage Welcome back I've got David David kidder the CEO and Co founder of Kinda Line. Hey David how are you. Hi welcome begging for having me. Thanks for being here. So you have a new book out new too big Tell us about that. And why in the world would you want to write a book that despite seven. I've done this my side hustle so new to big I is a story about how large organizations can refound themselves idea that venture capital and entrepreneurship our forms of management That ignite growth. And it's not a Silicon Valley has no monopoly. This capability is just basically been eradicated. Katie by the big debate your efficiencies of a large organization so Bagasse related job of discovery of new problems. The needs of the role. And how do we build solutions to those new problems needs.
Democrats clash on health care and immigration in third debate
"Debate guns health care and immigration and more of the top ten Democrats battled the stage for their shots take on president trump reporter Erika Turkey covered the debate he starts our team coverage sharing a debate stage for the first time the front runners clashed immediately on healthcare the senator says she's for Bernie well I'm for Barack I think the Obama Kerr worked on ABC Joe Biden questioned Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders on the cost of Medicare for all the richest individuals of the biggest corporations are going to pay more from the stages edge AT Commish are attacked the signature progressive plan it says that we will no longer have private insurance as we know it with other moderates disqualified it was close to shore strongest debate Erin Kidder ski ABC
"kidder" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Improvement Erin Kidder ski ABC news New York America Lazio will make the cut and take the stage at the second democratic presidential debate in Detroit at the end of the month but it'll be a lot tougher form to qualify for debates after that for the third debate in Houston in September candidates must have one hundred and thirty thousand unique donors the Blasi has just around eight thousand right now but he says he's not worried the crucial piece equations to build out that grassroots apparatus in the course of July and August very aggressive plan in place to do it and I'm confident that we'll be able to if that September debate were to be held today just five candidates Joe Biden Elizabeth warned Pete booted judge Bernie Sanders and Kamal Harris would make the cut no one laden W. O. R. news house Democrats bring a bill to the house floor to raise the federal minimum wage to fifteen dollars today speaker Nancy Pelosi said the legislation would increase the national minimum over the next five years the current minimum wage is seven twenty five an hour which has not been changed since two thousand nine news in the trump administration on critical fiscal negotiations taking place with congressional leaders three secretaries diminution says the trump administration's reached an agreement with house and Senate leaders on raising the federal borrowing limit or debt ceiling for two years and they've also agreed on budget caps for the next two fiscal years mission said on CNBC Thursday morning that negotiations continue on offsets in spending but he says he's confident a deal will be reached before the house leaves Washington next week for the long August recess everybody is in agreement that we won't do anything that puts the US government at risk in terms of our issue of default thank Karen Travers ABC news the White House a tragedy unfolding in Japan where more than thirty people are believed to have been killed many more injured in an arson attack at an animation studio Kyoto animation makes popular TV shows.
"kidder" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"KTAR's Taylor Kidder up is live in the news center with more Becky the suspect shot and killed yesterday. Was a fourteen year old boy Tempe. Police say they arrived on the scene around two thirty after a call about suspicious behavior near forty eighth street and baseline police say they saw the suspect breaking into a car when he started to run officers say they told the boy to stop and then saw a gun perceive that as a threat and shot the suspect it was later discovered. The boy was holding a toy gun live in the news center. Taylor Kiner up KTAR news, and we're working to get the body Cam image from yesterday's shooting. So stay with KTAR for the very latest on this story. He's projected a billion. Dollar budget surplus, and now governor Ducey wants to give fifty six million of that money to childcare assistance KTAR's Peter say more is live with that story. Becky, the governor's budget proposal restores subsidies that were cancelled in the great recession. We lost a critical safety net. Whether it was home visits, whether it was childcare young with child. Help says those providers could report potential child abuse or abuse, or at least bring relief to parents struggling to keep their kids engaged in learning while they work. She hopes the legislature supports the governor's plan. We're really adamant about having a bipartisan support for these basic issues that involve our kids and the security and safety of our kids. The proposal could help forty five thousand Arizona children live Peterson more KTAR news KTAR is on education. The group save our schools is hopeful there will be more school funding this year. The group's Beth Lewis tells KTAR is Chad Benson show. She'd like to see governor Ducey provide more ways. To keep schools safe. I think we can use technology to improve safety, but every school is different. And I think that's a that's a site based decision. That's the district lease decision. We've gotta get back to giving these campuses atonomy. Lewis says the rainy day fund could desperately go toward what our classrooms really need since ducey's unwilling to raise taxes to fund education. Twenty eighteen was a really big year for silent witness. We had over one hundred and forty four felony arrest last year. Phoenix police sergeant genie Rothschild says that rounds out to be about twelve criminals a month we say over one hundred and forty felony arrest last year. But the reality is more people were taken into custody because of this program because the media and community share that information on social media and that pressured suspects to self surrender charges included eleven homicides, thirty seven robberies sexual assault kidnapping and fatal hit and runs. Plus two hundred nine criminal cases were cleared. Ali vetnar, KTAR news KTAR is on immigration a group representing. Border communities in southern Arizona is now speaking out against President Trump's demand for border wall funding a deadly harmful and wasteful border wall. That's how Jennifer Johnson with these southern border communities coalition describes Trump's border wall. She tells the house natural resources committee today, what our communities have already endured the construction of seven hundred miles of walls and barriers built in towns neighborhoods, and even our backyards, she says these border walls harm, our homes quality of life. Endanger wildlife and the environment and reflect colossal waste of taxpayer dollars. She says Moore border barriers will make matters worse result. The Psotino KTAR news KTAR is on the economy. The city of maize is welcoming a new business titan solar and power officially opened its.
"kidder" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Kidder's here. Watch Justice day twenty four of the partial government shutdown federal workers are paying for this far lep ideological crusade. The president says he never worked for Russia. This is the CBS world. News roundup late edition, presented by Capital One. I'm Jim shanavie kidnapping and murder. The charges filed today against Jake Thomas Paterson, a twenty one year old Wisconsin man, accused of abducting thirteen-year-old janey Kloss after murdering her parents she escaped last week after being held against her Wilson's mid October, Barron county, Wisconsin DA, Brian, right? If you read the criminal complaint, you can see the amount of control that he was exerting over her. And at some point she found it within herself with thirteen years old. To say, I'm going to get myself out of this situation. Investigators say Patterson made up his mind to grab close after spotting her getting on a school bus. Correspondent Jamie Yuccas spotted her bus leaving as he quit his cheese. Shop job he gets in his car. He starts driving down a highway. He spots the bus drop, Jamie clause off at her home. He looks at that little girl the thirteen year old girl, according to the complaint and says to himself that he is going to kidnap her Patterson's bail was set at five million dollars. The partial government shutdown continues day twenty four and so does the finger-pointing Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell? Maybe this is all one big political game known association. No collaboration. Political game. Plan minority leader Chuck Schumer, Democrats are happy to negotiate about the best way to secure our border, but we need to open the government. I the fact that President Trump refuses to consider our proposal means that he's holding the government and the American people hostage is a political tactic. President Trump reacted to a weekend. New York Times report that he had been investigated by the FBI in two thousand seventeen on whether he was working on behalf of Russia against US interests. And.
"kidder" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"Well, that's the least party is problems. Mario kids fitting kid wine. That's true for you. Right down the throat Margot Kidder fucking mass in this movie. I mean, I guess it was foreshadowing, but yeah, she's a great mess. That's for sure I loved her. She wasn't acting. What did then line mean her famous mean line? I don't even get that one. She said, you can't rape townie. Oh, yes. That mean because they're all those. Oh, yeah. All trash is basically what it is. And what does it townie? It's a college town of people who live in town, and they don't get a school. They're sitting what what's ten. What is she? She's not a town. She's he's a student at the. Okay. Gotcha high class because she's yeah. I mean that was real progressive. She was yeah. She had quite the mouth on her which I appreciate it. But at first I was like why is this fucking? Why are they hanging out with this old middle aged alcoholic lady? Like you said, and it was eventually said outright. She is the house mother. But I was like that's a thing. That was still a thing. Swertz them house mothers. I don't even understand that haven't you seen that movie with no, Anna Farris. I think it still happens the house money, I have not seen it. I know. The house bunny is a great movie, and you should see mmediately. Are you serious or you can really funny? Is it about rabbits? No, it's about a house mother who used to be a playboy playmate. Play playboy playmate. Right up. Michael's alley. Yeah. Can't wait. I love it. We should watch plex. Scrooge. That seventies exploitation moving. Richard Roundtree play. Scrooge. Finally, why is this musical and black Christmas? I guess it's black because I mean, there's there's definitely nobody of color in the movie, but it's just black because of all the murder on guessing. And it happens around Christmas. Why God of black? A it was a different time, man. They're probably trying to appeal to a new audience by naming and black Christmas. One of the titles before it was called black Christmas was stopped me, which is very good and one of the titles after it was black Christmas by Christmas was silent night evil Knight. Yeah, Christmas, it was a it was originally released a silent night evil night in the states because it was releasing Canada. I. Which is interesting when you consider that like if I read this write the two thousand six remake is called black Xmas because they didn't want to offend, you know, someone who was created when Christ title, I suppose and didn't we see a movie called silently daily night? Yes, we yes. So somebody used it. This is evil night. Deadly night is a little bit different right there. That's. Original. Yeah. Right. Right. I didn't. I don't think I think it's it's black Christmas with the with the remake. I might be wrong. But I you could be very rate when I looked it up. It was ex-miss. And it was like why is that when next maybe it was just some dumb millennials in. I should've looked before I spoke. So who's the killer? I don't know this. This is. Because we know it's some weirdo. When he first when he's talking he's saying, it's I'm Billy or he references himself as Billy Wright, which was nobody we've ever met. But I thought it was just what we thought it was the the British woman's boyfriend because he did early on go psycho on a piano. Yeah. All out of proportion to write anything, which is why I don't feel bad about him being killed up Hannah needed revenge..
Airbnb hits wall with China Great Wall promotion
"Everybody else has gone couple neighbors so we're. All right the fires burned ninety six hundred acres since Monday night and destroyed at. Least a dozen buildings it is, five percent contained news brought to you by reborn. Cabinets So tell you this Have to go Ah The state assembly is held off on a proposal to let some bars stay open until four. AM instead of to the pilot program shelved yesterday could have meant the bars emptying out at four in Long, Beach West Hollywood l. a. Palm Springs and three cities in
Cher Just Released Her Cover Of ABBA's 'Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!'
"They're. All right share is officially do. It, again Oh dancing Queen that's. The name of her new album of Abba covers it's out September twenty eighth and remember to share was inspired. To, record the album following, her performance in Mamma Mia here we go again share released a teaser video for the album's first single which is gimme gimme gimme Oh that was out last night This weekend We will
Kanye West canceled a 'Carpool Karaoke' appearance, costing James Corden's 'The Late Late Show' $45G
"Carp, cool carpool karaoke What is drama, well there's a couple of things James corden, on the late late show on CBS has. Been, trying to do one of these carpool karaoke with Kanye west for, quite a while I think so he can say Kanye carpool karaoke which is a tough to say one time. But Kanye has cancelled on him three. Times now according. To corden and the cost of the most recent cancellation forty five thousand dollars. Because, they got outfit. The cars and the people the employee's. Exactly. For that The other drama with that is that they were about to do they did do a carpool karaoke with Ariana GRANDE and. They finished and Ariana Anna Grandi put on Instagram, shortly after that picture of her hand bandaged, up call like a bloody old gauzed up. Hand she didn't say exactly what happened but she said you'll see when, the carpool karaoke goes on the air with her something happened where she injured her hand and Hi high notes she said that it was just something. So stupid and James corden says. It was the, most fun carpool karaoke that they've ever done I do like that segment and if our economy just say no Rolled their fingers up in the window I've seen our kids. Do that so that's? What. I'm guessing. Are they punch
'Superman' star Margot Kidder died from 'self-inflicted drug and alcohol overdose'
"A ruling and the death. Of superman, actress Margot Kidder officials have ruled that actress Margot kidder's. Death was a suicide, the sixty-nine, year-old actress best known for a role as Lois lane in the superman movies was found dead at her Montana, home in may the corner in, park. County Montana says Kidder died as a result of a self-inflicted drug and alcohol overdose initially kidder's manager said the actress. Died peacefully in her sleep kinder's daughter Maggie says it's a relief to have the truth come, out she says she knew from the start that it was a
New invasive tick species, the longhorn, confirmed in 7 states
"Ticks ticks and insects. In general are steadily. Spreading across the United States and causing more disease aided by an ever, warmer climate if that's. Not bad enough though it's almost certain that in invasive species of tick newly discovered? Last, year has firmly established itself in America, as its home and this tick is potentially, capable of causing even more frightening illnesses the Asian long horned tick has, now been spotted. In seven. States mostly along the east coast according to the New York, Times it was first discovered on a pet sheep in New Jersey last summer and had been seen this summer in Arkansas North. Carolina New. York Virginia in West Virginia just last week cut Slovenia became the latest state to report this tick citing let's check in of course with Dr Gary, Ridenour Gary how, bad is. A tick bite or what's so bad about a tick well the. Thing is with a tickets, is that This species that we're talking about about fifty of them can, sit on, the head, of a dime that's. How small they are. So you don't really see them until they're gorge with. Blood but they can carry things like most other, ticks, other families can carry the Rocky Mountain fever lime disease Colorado tick fever? Something, called Tula re meal and in eastern Asia Addictive carries, a virus that causes complete organ. Failure and, humans now we're we're you know this planets four and a half. Billion years old and, they're talking about a brand, new species a tick, we're in the heck did it come from well, picks came around about one hundred million years ago and there's a ton of insects out there that we've not identified you. Know it may not be a, newcomer in fact, this tick has been found in, amber seventy five million years ago she's so he's, a he's not a new boy but like, you said they're invasive and some? Of the females are asexual which means they have. Male and female organs and can produce their. Own eggs without having a meal around self replicating indeed now in this in this case with the. Tick if if you find. A tick whether it's this Asian Longhorn or any other tech, if you find a tick on your body how. Do you get it off first thing to, do is, use some fine, tweezers you place it the tweezers close to this Skin covering as much of the head as. You can, get and then pull it straight. Out make, sure that the head in the pincers are not left behind in. The skin and then, wash the skin and maybe, put some antibiotic cream,
"kidder" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"kidder" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"It was it was a really remarkable story and i remember margot being so young and and so totally innocent and and that's when i was looking for and and we had a he she gave a wonderful performance with the bogue bridges and was quite a nice love story and and i watched her go on with their career you know she became quite an activist and i had such admiration for her strong political beliefs for and violent and for canada and for she was he wore antivietnam and and she was supported a lot of mental health issues and i i thought she was just a a terrific person and she became quite a star you know with the lowest lane did you stay in touch thing was about eighty nine i heard from her and she she heard about the canadian films institute that i was trying to establish here in canada and she she said then she wanted to learn how to make films and i said well why don't you come up and join the director's lab so she came and to my surprise and and she was a great support for the canadian film centre and we had a chance to renew our relationship norman we're seeing all these sentiments pouring in over social media since margot's died what was she like she was she was always warm and and confident and i had a lot of respect for her as as an actress she was learning and very respectful of other actors when you're thinking about margot kidder today norman what memory will come to mind i think she'll always be remembered as lois lane.
"kidder" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Norman we're seeing all these sentiments pouring in over social media since margot's died what was she like she was always warm and in confident and i had a lot of respect for her as as an actress you learning and very respectful of other actors when you're thinking about margot kidder today norman what memory will come to mind i think she'll always be remembered as lowest lane i mean when you become a star in a role that's that popular in never quite limited down but but i remember her as a very young naive sweet innocent beautiful young actress starting out and she always kept in touch amend and you know we later got together and toronto with the film center and i was kinda shocked to read over death this morning because i had i didn't think she was at old you know i thought i was the only one that was getting old in this relationship but i loved her and i think he was i think she was a quite a quite a stunning person in her own right norman she had she had great admiration for you she wants said once you've been directed by norman it's hard to surpass that very kind i didn't know that but i appreciate it i was always encouraging her to make her own films and make her own statement and she was kind of a courageous you know she kind of took hollywood on she always.
"kidder" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"And it was the way dinner table conversation went and then i wasn't somebody asked me when i first got politically active and i wasn't sure until i found in my file cabinet a letter from the sixties from the office of the prime minister and it was fair and it said dear miss kidder the prime minister never minds criticism no matter how graphically it's expressed margot kidder talking about iraq visible in politics back in twenty twelve now if she wrote that letter to the prime minister back in the late sixties it was probably the same time roughly that she got her first big break it was in a film called gaily gaily the director was none other than the legendary norman jewison this is right after he directed the huge oscar winner in the heat of the night norman jewison is ninetyone years old right now so i was very happy to get him on the phone to talk a little bit about margot kidder take a listen it's tough to to lose your your old friends i know at this point 'cause it was probably fifty years ago when when i work with margo and i think i was one of the first directors she had with nineteen sixty eight and was a film called gaily gaily and she was playing opposite beau bridges as i remember and and playing this they're young naive sweet thing that was working in aboard delo in chicago that molina mccurry was the madam and.
"kidder" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"I don't know what you thought of when you found out that marketer died yesterday we got the news about midday i think just about everyone had the same first reaction she was lois lane mcgregor died yesterday she was sixty nine and it's true you can see her in the first four superman movies with christopher reeve going back to nineteen seventy eight it was a role that made her an instantly recognizable star margot kidder obviously had a lot more her life and career than just that she was born in yellowknife she was part of a mining family so she moved around the country a lot she got her start in canadian film and tv back in the sixties and when she hit it big with that lois lane role she seemed to have a pretty good idea a pretty good handle i want meant to be a star here she is in nineteen seventy eight on the cbc's canada after dark stardom as something that exists for people who watch movies not for people who are in movies so the whole concept of stardom doesn't really exist while you're working if someone is a star in his complete creep to everyone else on the set you have no more respect for them than you would street sweeper who creep margot cater onto cbc show canada after dark back in nineteen seventy eight that was the same year the first superman film came out that was the role that really made her a star but all through her career she was also really known as an activist for political and environmental causes as well as a mental health advocate to here she is talking about her activism with george trumbull operas in twenty twelve i mean i guess i came to politics 'cause our family are always argued over politics over dinner i don't know ears i think you get that bug pretty early daddy wasn't american conservative and mummy was end ep liberal sometimes but and the very canadian eric canadian.
"kidder" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Star but all through her career she was also really known as an activist for political and environmental causes as well as a mental health advocate to here she is talking about her activism with george trumbull operas in twenty twelve i mean i guess i came to politics 'cause our family are always argued over politics over dinner ears i think you get that bug pretty early daddy was an american conservative and mommy was end ep liberal sometimes but and the very canadian very canadian and it was the way dinner table conversation went and then i wasn't somebody asked me when i first got politically active and i wasn't sure until i found in my file cabinet a letter from the sixties from the office of the prime minister and it was fear and it said dear miss kidder the prime minister never minds criticism no matter how graphically it's express psst margot kidder talking about her activism and politics back in twenty twelve now if she wrote that letter to the prime minister back in the late sixties it was probably the same time roughly that she got her first big break it was in a film called gaily gaily the director was none other than the legendary norman jewison this is right after he directed the huge oscar winner in the heat of the night norman jewison is ninety one years old right now so i was very happy to get him on the phone to talk a little bit about margaret hitter take a listen.
Remembering Margot Kidder: Lois Lane and 9 more memorable roles she played
"Seventy six years old see that's not old enough i'm sorry just as a reference what is all i'm trading up eighty eight is eighty ninety i'd go ninety he gotta live your life don't you though as lived his life yeah not old enough i guess i say that now that i'm inching closer to that's going to happen the older you get the more you push that number over it's inevitable margot kidder is not getting a lot of press she passed away you know she is i'm impressed by the look i found some article where all the stars all they say the stars and then when you read it you'll recognize the first three names and then after that you go i don't know who that guy is but everybody was commenting on how much she meant to them her acting abilities maureen mccormick wrote something very very nice about the time that she met margot kidder and how it changed your life and everything yeah very very sad i just haven't heard it all over the news like i thought i would didn't she do a run with letterman to for a while was margot kidder i don't remember that steve it's possible but i don't remember that that she was re i remember there was some association there she may have guessed it a couple times but i don't think with any regularity teri garr bright schrage that right only sixty nine two right right that's certainly not old enough our somebody and i can't remember which of the news sources listed the five essential margot kidder roles other than lois lane because i think anybody who knows her or ever seen her in anything would agree that lois lane was like the top of the hill for so they mentioned the movie that i mentioned yesterday which is a really obscure movie called sisters that brian depalma did before he was famous real eerie movie about twin sisters and the treatment that they're seeking because one of them is psychotic and you don't know which one is psychotic you don't know who the villain is and who the evil twin is i wrote it down i was actually a good for a hard movie to find really obscure she also did a movie i forgot about called black christmas which is a horror movie and one of the co stars andrea martin from setv in a serious role.
Phil Murphy, Us and Warren Levinson discussed on 24 Hour News
"New jersey is racing to offer a sports betting after the supreme court struck down federal restrictions ap correspondent warren levinson park operator dentist raisin says he hopes the horse racing track can start taking sports bets within two weeks at a news conference driesen read a letter from governor phil murphy celebrating the state's win in the us supreme court i look forward to working with the legislature to enact a law authorizing and regulating sports betting in the very near future new jersey lawmakers introduced bills to set up a regulatory framework for sports bets just a few hours after the high court ruling i'm warren levinson margot kidder has died the actress is perhaps best known for her salty cynical depiction of lois lane opposite christopher reeve in superman films of the seventies and eighties her manager says kid died peacefully in her sleep yesterday at her montana home she was sixtynine i'm ben thomas ap radio news eddie censure we're here to put up flag in the ground and tell the world a better you starts with a better water this isn't fashion this is science.
"kidder" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Is looking forward to a full recovery she's being treated at walter reed national military medical center outside of washington dc npr serra mccamman reporting makers in seattle of unanimously approved a new tax for the city's biggest companies including its largest employer amazon the measure imposes a head tax on companies making over at least twenty million dollars a year the formula amounts to roughly fourteen cents an hour per employee with the revenue going to programs that support affordable housing and services for the homeless you're listening to npr news former democratic senate leader harry reid is hospitalized after undergoing surgery for pancreatic cancer doctors at johns hopkins hospital in baltimore say they call it the problem early during a routine screening that the prognosis for recovery is good reads medical team is expressing confidence at the surgery went successfully and that the next course of treatment is chemotherapy actress margot kidder who portrayed lois lane in the original superman movies has died at the age of sixty nine npr's andrew limbaugh has this remembrance lois lane was the type of reporter who could flash a quick smile for the dorky news over taga for and then asked it was a role margot kidder pleaded for years until superman ford the quest for peace in that movie there was a love triangle between clark kent aka superman lois lane and another woman kidder criticized the movie's npr in nineteen eightyseven the writers had written as many male writers do a lot of lines whereby we bitched at each other as though that was what women did when they were in love with the same man although it so she and the other actress change their lines kiddo was born in canada she had a widely publicize mental breakdown in the nineties but continued working in indie films on tv and on stage the angela mung npr news casino operators and equipment maker surged at the us supreme court struck down a federal all barring gambling on football basketball and other sporting events in most states sixty three decision give states the goahead to legalize sports betting wall street stocks close slightly higher the dow gained sixty eight points i'm shay stevens npr news in washington.
Hawaii, Us and Israel discussed on Bucket Strategy Investing
"Fifty one forty one people living on hawaii's big island are still on edge as scientists say the of volcano could erupt new fissures opening up on monday in a residential neighborhood people living they're being told they could have to evacuate their civil defense agency says the earthquake activity continues more lava outbreaks are likely monday marks the opening of the us embassies moved from tel aviv to jerusalem this solidifying the us stance recognizing jerusalem as the capital of israel we get more from middle east expert jennifer brianca trump and jared kushner representing the white house house attended the festivities which remained peaceful despite outbursts of violence fifty miles away in gaza with the recognized terrorist group hamas is the governing authority hamas militants and others that deny israel's right to exist celebrated that any palestinian should die a martyr today by sacrificing themselves and attempting to assault israeli forces or legally infiltrate the border wall with a hamas and antiisrael inspired uprisings mark the single deadliest day for palestinians in gaza since two thousand fourteen gaza war were hamas was witnessed to carry out attacks from civilian heavy territories inciting return fire the us is the first nation to recognize jerusalem as the capital by moving embassy to the new location the ceremony taking place seventy years after the un passed a resolution calling for two independent states of israel and palestine which israel accepted and palestinians denied i'm jennifer breeden and the actress that played lois lane in the original superman films has died margot kidder passing away in her sleep in livingston montana at sixty nine years old this is usa radio news attention are you moving soon and don't know who to turn to if you moving are planning to move long.
"kidder" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Margot kidder died yesterday she was sixtynine years old in the years following the superman franchise ms kidder's big screen fame diminished although she did continue to appear in films and television even after a car crash in nineteen ninety and after a very highly publicized breakdown in nineteen ninetysix she became an advocate for mental illness awareness particularly bipolar disorder she became a notable political activist campaigning for abortion rights the abolition of the death penalty as well as anti war and environmental causes but thirty years ago margot kidder reflected on her canadian origins far from the glitz of tinseltown back in nineteen eightyeight the cbc's peter's all skate caught up with her in the town wherein she was born yellowknife and she began by telling him how her father ended up there in the first place he was a minor and a prospect it and he started the phone company and was a fireman in those days you know when there were very few people here and not much of a town everybody's sort of chipped in and did everything when i'd ask daddy how they got the phone company started he said well hell you just stop someone on the street and here joe me with this poll and would go the poll and you you know travel on down the line and the next one go on my mummy started the radio station really yeah she the phone company we lived we are in the phone company we lived above the phone company at one point when we moved from the caboose and they'd have poetry readings and shakespeare shows would be shipped up from cbc and auto i guess to put it on the air and fiddler's all sorts of things so how old were you really when you're four.
Lava threatens Hawaii exit routes, could spur more evacuations
"The parent company of petco is footing the bill to keep the trains running late bill thompson on wwl and al dot com activity around hawaii is mount kellaway of rams backed up officials are warning more people they may have to evacuate roughly two thousand people have already been evacuated and have been displaced for more than a week and now with three more fishers opening up over the weekend hawaii national guard major jeff hickman says there's a concern that an entire neighborhood can be cut off military likes to have to egress routes for exits out of stary situations if that role does get cut off we do start to prepare for massive accusations in case another one that gets cut off it is a dangerous situation we're trying to plan for the worst also a danger that the lava lake inside highly ma crater until away could drop below the water table which could result in a massive steam driven explosion i'm jim roope why are you here must be reason for you to be here to fight for truth and justice the american way you're going to end up fighting every elected official in this country margot kidder fans knew as lois lane in the superman movies of the seventies and eighties has died at the age of sixty nine the canadian born actress became an american citizen in two thousand five she also long battled bipolar disorder for bunch of her life checking your money a check of your money tonight the dow finished the day up sixty eight points the s and p five.
"kidder" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"kidder" Discussed on Freakonomics
"This insurance businesses some of these other businesses were very far afield from jeez expertise and became burdens later and there are things that were done in terms of um you know accounting practices it kidder peabody those again on that list mistakes g e bought the brokerage firm kidder peabody for six hundred million dollars in cash over the objection of some board members right let's show hi i supported my team in that one dealer and are a couple of board members worse meyer have two challenger and emma ranked shortly after the acquisition a former kidder executive was found to have been selling insider information several years later 'nother scandal a kidder bond trader had faked hundreds of millions of dollars in profits to hide trading losses i was going out the door on a friday night and the eye running hit a baby calm and said jack we've got four hundred million dollars missing i got sick to my stomach uh i was torn up and then i would judge kidderpeabody for the weekend to find out where the four hundred million dollars went and we had to come out with the press release on monday that ivories reform a million dollars short i went to the irl that night i was standing next door guy he turns amir kid fbi curated visa jack this role in fact that bonus rolla jeez acquisition of kidder peabody one analyst leader said quote was lake g e lost its mind what was a company known for jet engines and turbines doing in financial services and insurance but from a stock market perspective g e under jack welsh exploded when he took over at stock price was just over a dollar when he left twenty years later was over forty dollars but today jeez stock is an around sixteen dollars and the future is not bright its current ceo recently announced the g e still owes billions of dollars to cover liabilities from insurance business bought decades earlier.