35 Burst results for "Lambert"

Mark Levin: We're Being Ruled by Rulers

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Mark Levin: We're Being Ruled by Rulers

"Justice. This is a federal constitutional issue, authority granted state legislatures. The framers of the constitution were a hell of a lot smarter than you and there's five others who went with you. They knew exactly what they were doing. They wanted the elected body in the state dealing with the elected body at the federal level. Congress, all the courts in between, to make decisions like this? If they did, they would have said so. They were very reluctant to empower the judiciary. They called it the weakness branch. It's now the most powerful branch. Other than the fourth branch, the unconstitutional mass of bureaucracy. And this is exactly the point of my book. We're being ruled by rulers. The Democrat crack party's all in, but then we have this. They couldn't get what they wanted without those three Republicans. And they got it. And no matter their records in the bureaucracy, no matter their records, they flip the vast majority of them. And I don't want to hear again from old my friend, federal judge Royce Lambert, how wonderful Kavanaugh was on the he sucks. And don't I want to hear from the Federalist Society ever again. How wonderful Barrett was when we took up her cause tear. She sucks.

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Entertainment Update for 4-30

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Entertainment Update for 4-30

"I'm Archie's are a letter with an entertainment update. James Corden said goodbye Thursday to The Late Late Show with James Corden on CBS after 8 seasons. His final guests were Will Ferrell and Harry Styles, Adele returned for the final carpool karaoke segment. Willie Nelson celebrated his 90th birthday with an all star concert on Saturday in Los Angeles with another set for Sunday, it features a diverse group, too. Neil Young Snoop Dogg, George Strait, Norah Jones, Dave Matthews Miranda Lambert and Ziggy Marley among many others. A court case over who controls the estate of blues guitarist Johnny Winter has been delayed to September. It pits Paul Nelson, winter's former personal manager and bandmates against the family of winter's late wife, each side accuses the other of taking advantage of the winters in their later years. I'm Archie's aleta

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HARDY, Lainey Wilson lead ACM Awards nominees

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

HARDY, Lainey Wilson lead ACM Awards nominees

"Hardy is the lead nominee for the academy of country music awards. With the latest. Hardy has 7 nominations for the ACM awards, including song of the year for weight in the truck, his collaboration with laney Wilson, she's got 6 nominations. Miranda Lambert was nominated for female artist of the year for a 17th time. She's now the most nominated artist in that category beating out Reba McEntire's record. So thank God you Kane Brown Morgan Wallen Luke combs carry Underwood Chris Stapleton, Jason aldean and Lambert are up for entertainer of the year. Dolly Parton and Garth Brooks will host the awards in Frisco, Texas on May 11th. It will air on Amazon Prime

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Christopher Lambert Is Not Your Average Leading Man In "Highlander"

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 6 months ago

Christopher Lambert Is Not Your Average Leading Man In "Highlander"

"Let's talk for a second by Christoph Lambert, so my ever suffering son was so good as to watch this movie with me last night. And he said, and he'd seen it. I had shown it to him as a kid. Ten years ago. I think halfway through the move said, that guy's really ugly. I Christoph Lambert is not your average leading man. Forget the accent, the fact that he's blind, this massive forehead, the deep set eyes, I look, he kind of works in a wave because the love story with Heather, he sells that love story, and then the little girl Rachel will talk about Rachel in a second. That's an amazing sub story. But he's not a really good, you know, Marlon Brando, in my opinion. No, no, no, no. And especially when you put him up against Sean Connery. Sean Connery could be his father. Oh my gosh. You know, and he's like ten times more handsome still as an old man. So you do feel a little bit bad for me. If you think about it in that context, but look, he is the hero of the story. I think there is something about in the 1980s. They didn't actually. And this is actually something even back in the, you know, in the early cinema. I often talk about one of my favorite actors of all time being William Powell. If you put him up against Clark Gable, or Cary Grant, or somebody like that, William Powell pales in comparison in terms of looks, but he is so absolutely charming. He'll just like charm the brains out of anybody. That's a bit like, wouldn't you say Bogart is the same? Absolutely right. Absolutely right. And so you do find actors that are so unbelievably charming. It doesn't really matter that they're not the most handsome guy in the world. Now, I mean, I think today they care a little bit more about how handsome certain actors are in certain kind of roles. When you find somebody like Sean Connery, dashingly handsome guy, excellent actor. I mean, that's obviously like the Holy Grail of stars.

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Reparations May Be Given to Blacks in California

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:54 min | 6 months ago

Reparations May Be Given to Blacks in California

"During his now infamous trial, January 6th defendant, Jacob chansley, AKA the Q shaman, faced some very hefty sentences. These included a 5 year prison sentence and a fine of up to $250,000. In law, such fines are levied as a form of restitution in order to compensate for costs such as damaged property, medical bills, resulting from personal injury, or even to pay an opponent's legal fees. The concept of reparations is that it is a form of punishment that can also help to repair the damage that was done by the accused. It's important to note, the government can not find you with reparations out of the blue. You have to be guilty of a crime. It's good the Chancellor wasn't ultimately hit with the full amount as a quarter of a million dollars for most people can't be raised easily. People work their entire lives and still can't save that much money. It's such a large amount that even someone as gullible as judge Lambert, a man who genuinely believed the Q shaman was somehow the breath from destroying America's democracy forever. Thought the penalty was overkill. Lately, there's been another shaman in the news, only this shaman has two ends, shaman Walton is a member of the San Francisco board of supervisors. A body which voted unanimously last Wednesday to approve a plan to give $5 million to every eligible black resident as part of the city's plan to make reparations for slavery. The plan was a way to go before final approval, like every other member of the board, shaman Walton wants to see it through. He says, quote, we have to stay focused and stay together as a community, he says. Because now it is a 100% more prevalent that we can not be separated or divided. Let's stay the course. Because a $5 million payday for me is almost here. It might be pertinent to point out that shaman Walton himself is black. And something also tells me he will be included among those deemed eligible for the payout.

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"lambert" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

06:18 min | 7 months ago

"lambert" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Maybe in the world today. So he's brought a bunch of them and we're going to discuss kind of the history behind these belts. I have no idea which ones he's brought. So Dan is going to join us and also Eddie Kingston is a wrestling historian as well. So he's going to join us too. So Dan Lambert, Eddie Kingston, come on out. All right. Hey guys. Eddie and I have a truce today. Just for today. We don't like each other. But we're good. We do like wrestling, so it's good. Yeah. My love for wrestling will outweigh my hatred for Christmas. Yeah, exactly, exactly. The last time I was in the ring with you was your story. Street fight, and you were stapling my balls to my leg. So I'm trying to hope it for a better, a better experience today. That's true, all three of us have a truce today. That was a fun time, Dan, about a year ago, and her soap was really involved in our EW storylines. And we actually had a pretty good street fight match to wrap it up. It was a blast. So Dan, obviously you are a very successful in MMA with American Top Team. Very much so. But you are a lifetime wrestling fanatic. Big time. Big time. So what made you decide to start collecting all of these titles? I was actually had my own MMA promotion because back in the late 90s, early 2000s, there just weren't many places to get fights. So we're trying to build a team and train fighters and you can't get them fights because only a few places around the country that there have been fights. So I said screw it. I'll do my own promotion down in Florida. So I reached out to Dave milliken to make me some belts. And we started talking wrestling and we got back. And I was like, man, you ever come across any old belts that might be for sale. I love wrestling belts. I mean, you look at wrestling and it's good versus evil, but it's the chase for the belts, too, and the championships and wrestling are just so cool. Baseball, you get a ring before the opening day, the next year when you win or the NBA, or you win a tenant at Wimbledon, you get a trophy and put in your closet or in your living room. In wrestling, you get a belt. You're bragging, it's on your shoulder, it's on your waist. They mean something in the territory days. All the territories had their own unique belts and the champions never really went against each other back then. So I bet you my Florida heavyweight champion could beat the Missouri champion, you know, and so I just grew up loving belts and Dave was like, yeah, I know where some belts are. If you're interested in it and for the last 20 plus years, I've just been grabbing everyone I can find. So Dave milliken, you might have just on talk is Jericho a couple of weeks ago. He is the guy who makes all of the belts, not just for WWE, AW. He's done UFC work. He does work for Madonna wanted a championship belt for one of her albums. He made that. He's also the guy that makes if you guys are doing the ultimate Jericho VIP experience, or if you have done it, he makes the belts that we have every year that you guys get. So he's kind of the guy that can find all of these and so, I mean, let's just start talking. You got a whole table full over here. You want to just kind of grab the one at a time and if we can, we can discuss each one. How many belts do you have? Do you think total? I have about a hundred, 105 at home. I brought 16 of them. They go back to the 30s. I love the territory days. If Dave also helps me because he authenticates him before I buy him. Right. He's the one who tells you if they're absolutely real or not. Absolutely ring you, 'cause you'd be amazed at the people who are trying to scam you won't sell in belts. I've had Bruno San martino's kid try to scam me on a belt. Wow. Are you trying to scam me on a bike? Why wouldn't they? It's the corny days, brother. Don't be surprised. And I'm an easy mark, because I'm a mark. So all right, why don't we start? Jeez, look at that. Early. This is the WWWF U.S. tag team title from 1963. Oh my gosh. It's basically the precursor to the WWE World Tag Team titles when Vince McMahon senior broke away from the NWA. He had an NWA territory, got an argument with the board of directors because they wanted to change the title from buddy Rogers to luth as and Luther didn't like touring a lot and Vince senior was like, no, I need a champion. I need a champion. He's going to come up in tour. I can make money off of. He tried to keep buddy his champion. They voted against him. She's like, screw it. I'm going to start my own company. So he starts WWF. This was his first tag title that he used. And part of what I love about the bells is not just the fact that buddy Rogers held this belt. Bruno San martino held this book gorilla monsoon held this belt. You know, the legends Johnny Valentine that people that had held this belt is just crazy thinking about them carrying it around and going from a reindeer arena, but the stories behind the belts are just crazy. Buddy Rogers, he had heart problems. That's why he dropped the WWWF belt so quickly to Bruno. And he didn't wrestle much after that and what he did, they were very short appearances, but he went back to Ohio and started his own promotion and he took this belt as well as the original belt that he dropped to Bruno to start the WWWF. He took him home with him. And when he passed away, he left him to his best friend and his tag team partner Johnny baron, when he passed away, his wife's clean out the attic and there they are in the attic. How many years they've been sitting in the attic. So I bought the two belts from her through Dave, but then WWF found out that they've had them and sold them, and they were like, hey, we need our first heavyweight title and it was like, Dan, you want to make a bunch of money and I'm like, sure, everybody wants to make money. He's like, I want to sell that you. I'm not selling that. You don't know how much they're going to offer you. It's like, it doesn't matter what they are. They can offer to my kid when I die. I'm sure he'll love to talk to you. How much did you pay for that Bill? I bought both those belts for I think $30,000. God. Which I thought was

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Reporter arrested during news event on Ohio train derailment

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 8 months ago

Reporter arrested during news event on Ohio train derailment

"Members of the media are objecting to the arrest of a reporter who is detained by officials while doing a live report during a briefing on Ohio's hazardous train derailment. News nation TMX is following up on Wednesday's arrest of their reporter Evan Lambert. Who was pushed to the ground? Handcuffed and charged with trespassing, while doing a live report as the governor of Ohio was holding a briefing on the hazardous train derailment. As you can hear from their video as he's being cuffed, fellow journalists are quick to defend. You guys use a national correspondent to not do this. It's all being recorded right now. Even after governor Mike dewine apologized for the incident, the east Palestinian police were defending their actions, telling news nation Lambert was loud. It's tough to do your job. Lambert was detained for 5 hours, but said this won't stop him from doing his job. I'm Jackie Quinn.

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The Washington Post Mocked Julie Kelly's Reporting of Terrible Inmate Conditions

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 2 years ago

The Washington Post Mocked Julie Kelly's Reporting of Terrible Inmate Conditions

"You also broke the story about the conditions in the D.C. corrections facility I had you on We talked about it We were mocked by The Washington Post's Philip bump who has never been to the facility to check out what took place whenever federal judge Royce Lambert who sent the U.S. Marshals in there at a surprise inspection and basically the judge said the conditions are disgusting They're unacceptable That detainees may have civil rights issues And I notice The Washington Post didn't pick up on that either Julie did you notice that Yes another thing that seems to be missing in this huge puzzle as they marked us and certainly is covered with more heated incendiary rhetoric every January 6th case in defendant they don't seem to be interested not only in the conditions that they found for the January 6th the political prisoner but also just the general conditions of that D.C. jail that so bad they're actually moving out 400 inmates and I'm also hearing word marks that they are going to be moving out a lot of the January 6th defendants as well It's just an abusive disgusting drug ridden hellhole for everyone who's there but it's important to note that the January 6th defendants have not been convicted of any crime yet They are simply there under pretrial detention orders dictated by D.C. district court judges who are as bad as federal

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"lambert" Discussed on AmplifYou

AmplifYou

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on AmplifYou

"That you can come to on anything from things around emotional intelligence goal setting achieving with grace A to coming up things around selling with ease and running mafia classes in launching your programs and so it previously to two weeks ago you will only able to get replays off these free masterclasses if you patch est one of my programs that iran but now i actually have a space where you can come in with just call to living room and i was really inspired by a living room being a place where we gather and we can be inspired with things that we do whether be reading books and so inside. The living room is a collection of right now. Five transformational workshops masterclasses clauses. That you can dive in right away. i continuously add things including links to podcasts. That i've been on that. I've sheds some wisdom in. And i will also have some fun gifts coming in soon where you can get even more content and inspiration to build your business build your career with ease and grace and elegance. And so yeah. It's a free space I'm sure you'll be posting the link so come join edge check it out dive into what's in there and Yeah if you part of it you also have access to vehicle exclusive office that i don't have anywhere publicly announced. So that's another new bonus. Yeah fund where you guys can find out more information about the obviously. Put the lincoln this show. But it's also the theresa lambert Coaching dot com for slashed. The living room so go check it out on her website. Seems like such a cool place. such a great idea. We can go and chill out and get some really great our masterclasses and see some really great things. Ice therese's together for you. There the trees. I wanna thank you so much for being here today. You are such an inspiration. And ole you know. We want to start leading lives with more emotional intelligence more grace. We wanna achieve more with less stress. And i love your love. Love what you're about night love that this achieving with greece is such a such a afford moving goal. Or you knows it's a pathway that we can really follow that's going to change our lives and change our success. Oh thank you for all that you do and You know that effectiveness elegance is so important. Especially you're in crazy workspace so Theresa you're amazing. And i just want to thank you for coming on here. Today our audience we reach out to theresa Links all to her upset notre stuff but the main place you can go in check out as theresa lambert coaching dot com anywhere else and also. Don't forget check. Oh her podcast. With blair the Dissecting success is all over all major puffer was..

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"lambert" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on AP News

"Lambert now has 58 career nominations, tying her with Brad Paisley for the third Most overall, ABC will Air the CMA Awards on November. 10th. AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The White House releases President Biden's video message on September 11th On the eve of the 20th anniversary of the attacks. In the address, Biden said that the attacks were tragic and searing. And also a catalyst to bring people together to me. That's the central lesson of September 11th. Is that at our most vulnerable In the push and pull of all that makes us human. In the battle for the soul of America Unity Because our greatest strength the president will commemorate tomorrow's anniversary by paying his respects at the trio sites where the hijacked plane struck, resulting in the deaths of 3000 people. Ground zero, where the World Trade Center once stood in New York, the Pentagon and Sykesville, Pennsylvania. A number of businesses back President Biden's vaccine mandates. Jonathan Sheriff is the CEO of South Motors, which owns a number of car dealerships in the Miami area. This is something that we're embracing. We believe in And the biggest concern that we had had in the past. We wanted to enact this as other businesses have, but the job market is so tight. We had been fearful we would lose employees. But Florida Republican Governor Rhonda Santa's who's been fighting local school boards over there, mask mandates and seeing a record number of covid 19 deaths in the last week. Thanks. President Biden is overreaching. If the federal government can get away with doing this going right at the heart of people's livelihoods and their ability to provide for their families, you know what's going to come next. The GOP governors are promising legal action once the Occupational Safety and Health Administration rules are in place. Lindsey Wiley, a health and law policy expert at the American University School of Law says courts have upheld vaccination requirements as a condition of employment both before the pandemic and challenges brought by health care workers and since the coronavirus outbreak This is a P news. There's another snag in the Biden administrations Evacuation of Afghans to the United States. Here's the AP. Sagar Megane. The administration has halted all US bound flights of Afghans because of four diagnosed cases of measles. Among Afghans who recently arrived in the United States. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the CDC asked for the temporary pause. The AP has seen a government document warning the hauled will severely impact operations at Germany's Ramstein Air Base, where nearly 10,000 evacuees are waiting. Meantime, the administration says 32 more Americans and green card holders left Afghanistan today either by air or overland saga or Megane. Washington Lawyers for an American woman who says she was sexually assaulted by Britain's Prince Andrew, say he's been served with papers in the U. S civil suit. The Princess 21 days to respond to the summons. I'm Tim Maguire EP news. Thank.

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Chris Stapleton, Eric Church Share Top CMA Nominations

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Chris Stapleton, Eric Church Share Top CMA Nominations

"Chris Stapleton and Eric church lead the nominations for the Country Music Association awards with five each I'm marquees are a letter with the latest Stapleton and Eric church will face off for entertainer of the year along with Miranda Lambert Carrie Underwood and Luke combs Morgan Wallen who was caught on video earlier this year yelling a racial slur earns an album of the year nomination for his dangerous the double album the CMA had earlier said Wallen would be disqualified for individual awards but his music was eligible Lambert now has fifty eight career nominations tying her with Brad Paisley for the third most overall ABC will air the CMA awards on November tenth

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Biden Directs Federal Aid to NY, NJ After Deadly Flooding

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Biden Directs Federal Aid to NY, NJ After Deadly Flooding

"President Biden has directed federal aid to New York and New Jersey after deadly flooding president Biden has approved a major disaster declarations greenlighting federal aid for people in six New Jersey counties affected by devastating flooding last week and that was welcome news to New Jersey governor Phil Murphy who spent Labor Day looking at damage in hard hit Lambert fill the spirit of community in this town is extraordinary at least fifty people were killed and six eastern states as a record rainfall last Wednesday overwhelm rivers and sewer systems many point to climate change like New York City mayor bill de Blasio this is what climate change looks like it's going to take a massive investment both to stop the pain that people are feeling but also to reverse what's happening actually after

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Gulf Coast's Beloved 'Redneck Riviera' Now a Virus Hotspot

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Gulf Coast's Beloved 'Redneck Riviera' Now a Virus Hotspot

"An area that is a corona virus hot spot is called the redneck Riviera stretch of beach towns along the Gulf coast in Alabama London Lambert in mobile doesn't like the trend that's being set by visitors they walk the walk around walking everywhere with no mask on one of those visitors is Lisa Hastings it is a really cool people shopping a lot of shopping hang out and enjoy Hastings is a nurse why aren't more people masking and social distancing for over being afraid and feel like they got to live their lives so a lot of people being vaccinated which I think is a good thing virus rates are high along the Alabama coast but beaches bars and stores are still packed Natalie foxes with USA held in mobile one person can affect a whole lot more people when you put a lot more people together fox's hospital beds in Alabama are hard to come by I'm a Donahue

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"lambert" Discussed on The Family Podcast

The Family Podcast

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on The Family Podcast

"Realized that kinda analyze stuff. Yeah yeah see mine was. That issue is more than three times While the rub. Yeah then it splits. Promise that from this ain't and ring. I don't know what you're gonna say phone died out mob. You love believe is a thing. Where would you say that what would you say. It's been your biggest challenge in another so for and just being a black woman working in white spaces that has been difficult. Because sometimes you feel especially beginning to talk to tim me and i'm a very big light. I'm light so Just kind of navigating that and just trying to welcome being authentic convenient south also not looking on professional passe and yet just spend spaces that no. I'm not used to like. I didn't quote rich. And i went for of celebrity than rich people. So just kind of navigate in the household into seeing how they do things differently to me. Another talent was working for people that went black. Ac- things that they do. I'm that wo- that would never be okay in that house. So that was kinda like kennedy. But now i said i'm seventeen years deep so i'm youtube. In the beginning a fight. I was sixteen. I was like maybe new commute intimidate in the a very very say one of the most kice goes from kind of contracts to in the house and that black people watch very often. I didn't realize we wash so often. Like were not all some white houses. They only watched like some not all two times a week. And that was a shock to me. Put on my what i it. The constituted washed two times a week. So that was. Yeah that was shocking. Like they don't need to always have a buff. I'm not the outside. They're playing the entire either fingernails of the to me. I'm figuring i make sure Hygiene and i to teach with him about south to meet so just teach them about being cleaned off themselves so i even target payments life school. That i'm teaching them. Also teaching them a skill to do child development about their bodies and stuff so that was shocking also just into disciplined 'em law people find like in black holes households respected like so importantly but sometimes it can be optional in white is So yeah you see that in a law films though in it. yes like. But that's over exaggerated. Because i'm watching. Some really proper like paris are not black maiden when it comes to respect. What does your nanny like that. And then of wet for some families that are blocking did no so but i just kinda committee for people who don't have this case. That's good to clear often. I.

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"lambert" Discussed on B2B Marketing Now

B2B Marketing Now

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on B2B Marketing Now

"Learn from this podcast, this would take some digging, you might be able to find but it would take some serious digging off here is we're in. Yeah, yeah. I I started Life as a ballet dancer and that really was my first foray into the professional World in high school because that's where those that's the age in which, you know, you make that transition to the professional world. And, you know, I will say that job. My kind of dedication persistence being able to take and your feedback all come from that professional career, that happened before I am hated high school and, you know, it was that that enabled me to kind of push forward and a computer science degree kind of live in a you mean after all a male-dominated world and to be able to do that and just kind of push through and persevere. Because the percentage wise, I mean, dancing to get there might not be the same gender percentages, but it's just as hard to make your way up. And I give that a lot of credit and I, you know, just to end that. I, I had a professional contract but my gosh on stress fracture my background and it all ended right before I started. So it was I don't I don't even know what to say that was a lesson in self-control as well just being able to deal with the heartache of that, but it was great to go through that and and then be able to persevere on to do something else. Listen to get a professional contract and ballet is no easy feat. So congratulations, many years later, I still something to be super. Do you still dance today or or or you know recreationally or no, no, no, you know about that at a party. I maybe was the first on the dance floor, but not in any capacity that somebody would say. Oh, she used to be a dancer. He does not there. Oh man. Well not only listen, thank you so much for sharing, everything you shared and I have the utmost respect for ballerinas everywhere. I, you know, it's a very grueling and rewarding world. So thank you for sharing that with us. And if anyone listening in wants to connect with you, maybe chat more about storytelling or birth. You think employees where can they reach you? Yeah, so LinkedIn, so backslash Natalie Lambert and then on Twitter at an F Lambert been. So yeah I'm Natalie. Thank you so much. Thanks so much done. Thanks for tuning into the radically transparent podcast brought to you by octopus. The only social media management and employee advocacy Place. Warm architected for B2B, I'm Jennifer Guzman your host and director of social strategy here at octopus. And if you love Today's Show, we'd love if you subscribe. Great. Give a raving review wherever you get your podcasts. For more discussion on B2B social media marketing. Be sure to follow after post on LinkedIn and of course, to gain access to all are free, social media marketing and improved because he resources head on over to our website ww.w., Cabelas.com until next time,.

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"lambert" Discussed on B2B Marketing Now

B2B Marketing Now

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on B2B Marketing Now

"A light on the inner workings of B2B leadership, including what keeps successful CEOs? CMOS nvps up, Thursday night professionally, the conversations are real raw and authentic all while revealing the unfiltered, not so known truths of today's most interesting marketers. Introducing your Hostess. Jennifer Guzman. Hello world here with me today is a true innovator of marketing and a master Storyteller. And one of the absolute most down-to-earth leaders I've ever had the pleasure of speaking with please welcome. Google's director of Storytelling for Google Cloud, Natalie Lambert to the show. Natalie. Are you ready to get radically transparent with me off? I am almost made it. We are really excited to have you and you know, I have done my due diligence and I have to say your LinkedIn profile may have an issue with me just a little bit because it's that impressive. But you know, there's something I think about storytelling that that Linked In just the profiles, not going to give you. So I'd love to start off the show by asking if perhaps I could hear from the woman herself, a little bit about how you found yourself at Google and perhaps a little bit of a look back on your professional Dodge Journey before you were there. Yeah, absolutely. You know, I, I lucked out in early in my prayers, computer science, major and happens just to kind of fall into a role at Forrester research. So for those of you who know for sure, it's an analyst firm and I was a research associate. I I came up through the ranks but one of the things that was amazing, About that role is being able to talk to it, folks, people who were using various Technologies to understand their pain and to understand what they were trying to accomplish. And my role was to give them advice on the Technologies out there and how they should be thinking about all the different emerging Technologies and, you know, that role as a first rollout of college to be able to learn how to walk, a mile in the customer's shoes and understand their pain. And what they're going through on a day-to-day basis, is something is wrong here by like you, you have to, you have to do that. And I think, you know, being able to understand those pains gave me the ability to work with vendors around their messaging app, and the way they told stories about their products because I was day in day, out spending time with the largest Enterprises in the world, as they were struggling, which in in the case that of the Technologies, Howard was end-user Computing. So struggling with how to make employees productive, how do we, you know, do it in a secure way and being able to talk about all the Technology's there and that's ultimately what led me to Citrix. Citrix was one of the companies that I enjoyed working with most. They were just fun. I love the people culture, so important to me. So, to be able to translate the fact that customers felt and be able to bring that into a marketing role, was really interesting to me because I had a different way of writing about challenges writing about paying writing about a way, our technology solve problems because I had spent seven years with those customers on a day-to-day basis. So, you know, that's what got me into marketing. So, wide, variety of situations within Citrix, the one, that's probably Pinnacle for me. Actually to no one was when I moved into a role where we were starting this brand new Mobility solution off. And the reason why that was so pivotal, is that? It was a product that no one cared about really been Citrix. And what that meant, the reason why that matters is because it was one that we had to them. Do all of our own, you know, marketing campaign, sales enablement. Because the system of Citrix, didn't want to help us yet because there was no Revenue tied to that product. So, I got that dip of the startup experience. Well, in the safety of a big company took, that was one really great point. In the second one was I was test at the very end of my time at Citrix to build a platform product marketing role to say, what is Citrix, all off? How do we talk about ourselves? You know, instead of being a set of Misfit Toys, how can we tell a unified story, that made it all come together and so building that market and telling those stories to companies with huge, and then, you know, everything kind of progressed from there, that work led me to a startup. And, you know, I knew, I wanted to do a startup because that great experience at the mobility side of Citrix. And then that one was a Fired back to Citrix. So I decided not to go and do something else to spend time again at another startup in a completely different area this time. Slightly bigger, being able to again. Or he's and that one was acquired and all of a sudden there was this role at Google that for storytelling. And for doing this, across all the various channels, the blog leadership campaign on social media and I was given that that was what I enjoyed most versus, you know, being a c m o u kind of dip your toe and everything. Which is what I did with start-ups I was I was ready to go back to my roots and so that's what brought me to Google. And I'm so thrilled to be here. It's fantastic. And it's it's quite a story to. I can't imagine, you know, being fresh out of college and get a job at Forrester and I mean that's really impressive and then have like fresh out of college Consulting and analyzing and working with, you know, and users and and different technology vendors that that's wrong. Something. So to come on quite a journey. I think that must yeah it's interesting is you know, I didn't jump into the Consulting part out of college. You know I was a lowly research associate but well made that choice also interesting is that we were responsible for the primary data for the analysts. So I was the one doing the cold calls, you know, to try to get somebody to answer ten questions about their struggles. And it's amazing how they just. It's it's grueling work, but be what you'll learn in doing that and actually talking to these people because they, they tell you all their pains, they tell you what we're struggling and to be able to bring that back up to the analysts. I think, helped me immensely. Absolutely the boots on the ground and really being in that Frontline back, like which kind of leads me to ask you. I mean, you know, you come from this data-driven background, you're a fantastic Storyteller, what I mean, and those two things sometimes, as marketers, I think it kind of is tough, right? How do you use the data? The story have used tell a story with the data, but was off. Is keeping you up at night professionally, these days in terms of your role, or in terms of the world we now, which live? Yeah, I have two things. I think we'll dive into with a much more on this, this call. But, two things, one and I don't want to call this the simple one, but it's we're all spend less time on this, just keeping and hiring and retaining the best two people right now. It is, it is an employee's market and making sure that, you know, your employees are, are satisfied in their work. And, and they're happy and they don't want to be doing this and doing the best for the company. So, that's one. But it actually kind of goes into number two, which is measurement, understanding the impact of all of our areas, things you do and it is so hard right now to to quantify how certain content especially top of the funnel cake. Things impact going down the fun. I mean, even you know, I think about this podcast, you know, it's fantastic that you're doing this. Like how do you quantify all of that? And, you know, I think about kind of keeping the team happy and and measurement they go on and hand-in-hand because you know, employees want to know, they're making a difference. They want to know that they're that they're bringing impact and they're doing all of that. And when it's so hard to.

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How Yahoo Is Experimenting With Platforms and Partnerships to Grow Its Audience

The Digiday Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

How Yahoo Is Experimenting With Platforms and Partnerships to Grow Its Audience

"Kili this week. You spoke with join a. Lambert who is the head of consumer yahoo who obviously has been in the news this year. Because rising media's parent company was acquired by apollo global management had been owned over as in now has been sold off. Did joya talk belic where it has or hasn't changed over yahoo since the deal was announced back in by yeah so obviously a fairly new announcement. She couldn't really get into too much of it because the deal hasn't been finalized and all that but at the end she did talk about some of the. I guess prospects for this change and how she anticipates it to be a positive For the company so she'll get into a little bit on it but yeah ultimately unfortunately not too much could be said about the actual Deal and who obviously one of the original internet portals been around since the ninety s. What's yahoo audience. Look like at this point. Yeah so that's a big focus of this conversation because they have been doing a lot in the way of trying to get jen's ears Into the yahu portfolio sphere the company launched a couple of years ago. A brand called in the know which is a video arm that previously sat on top of like its portfolio of brands. It has since been built out into its own Brand itself which has a very big emphasis on consumer revenue. So you're commerce. Plays shop will video things like that but she also talks a lot about the other areas of the portfolio that they're looking to incorporate more of genzyme audience so Everything from yahoo finance in a focus on things like personal finance crypto to tech crunch and also over to like the fantasy side of

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Haiti Asks U.S. For Troops After President's Assassination

BBC Assignment

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Haiti Asks U.S. For Troops After President's Assassination

"Haiti has asked the United Nations and the United States for troops to protect key infrastructure as the country reels from Wednesday's assassination of president of now Elmo is the White House spokesperson Jen Psaki said there was no plan at present to send military forces but U. S intelligence officers would assist the investigation. In response to the Haitian government's request for security and investigative assistance. We will be sending senior FBI engage US officials to Port au Prince as soon as possible to assess the situation and how we may be able to assist Meanwhile, Haiti's Senate has named the speaker of the upper chamber Joseph Lambert, as interim president, deepening the political crisis. The country has both enacting interim Prime Minister Claude Joseph, who took over after the assassination. And a new appointee, Ariel Henry, who has yet to be sworn in. Both are claiming to be in

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Local MMA Team Makes $540,000 Total NIL Commitment to Miami Football Players

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Local MMA Team Makes $540,000 Total NIL Commitment to Miami Football Players

"A bunch of mixed martial arts gyms. Is trying to really come over the top with this. Guy named Dan Lambert. He owns American top team. And he's a big time Miami fan. Doesn't say that he went. There is just a big time fan. And he has offered each scholarship player on the Miami football team, a monthly payment of $500 this year to advertisers gyms on social media. The math has been done, and this is going to add up to as much as $540,000 no surprise. This is the largest reported some For college endorsement deal since, UM name image and likeness took effect. Last week.

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"lambert" Discussed on Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

"My family and i moved to new york. So there's been many other examples but that's the one that took the most courage because it was something that i hadn't been thinking about and just sit in. We did. I love it. I love it so my last question for you would be. Is there any piece of advice that you'd love to pass on just things that you've learned the hard way that you're like you know here's a landmine step on it or or some advice that someone actually has shared with you that you love to pass on that. You found to be helpful to things that i'm would love to share one. Is you have to always remember that. Most people find it really really difficult to give feedback and especially if it's negative or constructive so and a lot of people. Don't don't love hearing feedback so you actually have to work really hard to understand how you doing how you perceived in the workplace and you really need to dig. It's not just a case of high. If you're gonna feedback from maine and someone says oh you did go. You did good. You did okay. It's fine you actually need to really dig in hot and ask those tough questions. Which is hey. What did you think of x. Can you give me three things that you think. i did. Well three things that you think that i could improve on like you. You really need to get because one thing that i've realized is e people are not forthcoming with feedback. So but it's really important because you know sometimes colleagues can have a perception about you or your lead. It can have exception about you and what your experience is that they only know from a short time working with you and you need to be able to understand what that perception is. See if this things that you need to change in order to unblock barricades for your own personal development. So feedback feedback feedback is a gift. And i've always says that but recognizing that it's really difficult for people to share. Is something that is. I think really important to know and to really dig in on the second piece of feedback. Actually was given to me by somebody else. and that was when i first moved to new york actually. I sat at one of those breakfast at well moore in the office. I guess it was a breakfast session. It was with a new woman who was hosting a women's leadership breakfast and herpes of advice at that session was as you're going through your career. Don't just manage up and just manage your team. Make sure that you really build your network relationships with your colleagues and that's the most important thing and at the time i didn't really understand it but it's really fantastic advice for a couple of different reasons one over the course of your career you colleagues end up becoming your boss or they end up reporting to you so building that network all three sixty around. Your work. Environment is critical. It's also really fundamental to teams. Not fooling silos. Because if you know if i have a great commodity with my colleagues at the same level and our team see that they will also work together on that consumer focus mission that they're trying to achieve so i thought that was fantastic advice and again i i think about it all the time. Because it was a long time ago that she shared that and over the course of last decade or so It's really proven out to be something that's important in every in every move made actually. I think that's incredible advice in so valuable. So thank you for sharing. It has been such a pleasure to have you on joe..

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Breaking Through the Male-Dominated World of Tech With Jo Lambert

Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

02:08 min | 2 years ago

Breaking Through the Male-Dominated World of Tech With Jo Lambert

"One of the things that i think we we both know. And many women no is the lack of women in executive positions It's finance especially in technology. So what would you say you did to cut through that technology ceiling. I should say And really thrive as a leader. So one thing that i think's really interesting about actually all of the women in in technology finance and other industries that are predominantly male dominated. I think the thing that really is most interesting is. It's not one thing that defines or creates the opportunity for you to be out of cut through. It's it's a series of decisions and the various people that you meet that you interact with that actually ultimately shaped my experience in a in my and looking at other other colleagues and other women who have been successful they share similar stories. You sort of can create these different opportunities to loan and try new things. And i think there's a couple of pieces that contribute to that one is creating that Network of trusted advisers and supporters. Who you can bounce ideas off to is not being afraid to crowd source for ideas and recognize that you most things that you encounter at work actually in life someone else's sold before so one thing that i i wish i'd learned earlier. Is that power of crowdsourcing and the power of asking people how they solve problems like whether it be making a decision or getting a job or asking for an expanded role or responsibility all the way through to handling challenging. Hr problems or you know difficult relationships with teammates and things like that so i think that building that network is really critical and being confident enough to utilize it and as i said a crowdsourcing is something that i learnt probably about ten or fifteen years ago. I wish i'd done it. When i was younger.

"lambert" Discussed on Future of Agriculture

Future of Agriculture

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on Future of Agriculture

"Data within my my dairy pulse platform portal so really what we viewed integrations gallery is transforming into. Is this market place. Where producers can comparison shop for all of the possible ways that they could augment their performance on farm. I'm trying to think of another parallel to draw here to any other crop or commodity where someone would be in such a good position to actually just provide sort of this digital storefront of potential apps. But essentially then you. You are becoming sort of the chooser marketplace amazon ebay of apps for dairy. And there's this natural context where they know they're already using gary comp and so they know what the value prop is on top of dairy com. Yeah and getting that data. And i think that's where it's really wonderful to be a part of the dairy industry again. Because of this heritage of sharing information across dairy producers the more connected we get all of this data. The more powerful any single offering on marketplace becomes like a rumination activity center gets more valuable win it's purchased alongside other pieces of a producers tech stack. That may be the rumination activity sensor doesn't cover so it's really exciting to have a place. Where producer can shoes all of the different ways that they want to collect and create change on farm very cool jordan. Thank you so much. This has been fantastic. I really appreciate after our call. I was excited and you. You even exceeded my expectations. So thank you. Oh gosh thank you for all the questions tim. This was really fun. Thank you once again to jordan. Lambert go learn more about the over at v. a. s. dot com. How about that for a killer domain. you know. Been around a long time when they've got the three letter domain and it's exactly their company. Anyway you can also learn more about the uris group at uris dot org. That's you are u. s. dot.

"lambert" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"So like what are you going to do? Yeah. And like they're, they really are good friends to Sharjah. So they're like we can't like cut her out like we see them have of conversation about like Charlotte and they're both like she is like crazy now but we fucking lover. So what I'm going to do? That sarshar and so Charlotte's like getting a girl pointing out the guy like online. She's like, that's another side. Plot is like how do we find? Charlotte's like calls FBI, can you help me get more information? And they're like, no, we can't help because we're the FBI. We can't tell you anything. She's like, I gotta find him. She's like, guys, I have a gun and so you, she starts as news and headlines role in about this guy, like she learns his name and like home situation and then I think eventually she goes to visit him in jail. And I imagine that he would just be held in the Brooklyn jail. That's currently housing, gullane and Keith raniere. Yeah, so that would be a fun way to just incorporate them into the mix as well, right? Then she gets distracted when she goes to the jail and instead of like sneaking up with the Maga guy, she liked finds Keith raniere and comes out just like being into that. Instead, she decides him to start a women's, a powerful, women's group, a members only available. Yeah, very believable. Okay yeah, Ariel pink. So yeah, she and she gets into a relationship with a musician. Named are opening and then she eventually drags, I think we would have her drag carry and Miranda to a Ariel Pink concert where hilarity could ensue. Yeah, that's where they run into like their dime squared boyfriends, like the whole thing and that's where they find. Samantha is at the warehouse show off cuz she's a mannequin. Yeah, they end up. Maybe they end up at like a Bushwick Rave, at the end of the night. And then, the a mannequin Sam is in the corner. Just part of the Rave Daiquiri and the mannequin. Sam falls off the shelf and kills Ariel pink lands on him. I love it. Yeah. And she's she that's Sam has not yet completed his.

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"lambert" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"And like, you've got, like, full Glam lit. Candle. We totally like, I went to my friend's house, I think it was in college. We had dinner drink wine. It's an event like yeah. Yeah. And when she ended up with big, I was obviously like screaming and happy but I would have been. It would have been a more to your point like a more realistic treatment of who this iconic character is because she is just great by. She's better when she's single, I would argue, she's better when she's single and like when she does get in a relationship, she completely loses herself. And her friends get mad at her because she becomes this like other person again. It's like very realistic. A lot of people are like that. It's the dynamic of, like, female friendship is the core of the show and the main message of the show them. Always seem to say it was like, oh, it doesn't matter. If we have boyfriends, we have each other and we have, you know, the fucking city of New York. And that's what it's really all about. And we can't be like in the future where we've like, settled down and have these things. We have to, like, live in the present. But the show ended with everybody coupled up because it was like a marriage plot. Ultimately thought I think they, you know, even Samantha ended up with what's his name, right? Jared know. They ended up in the movie, she leaves him in the movie. Yeah. And then she ends up like single and just like fucking that Ray. Just like, even Samantha that they were like, she has to fall in love, you know? It just felt. So like hetero, I guess, very hetero. I just like wage. Like the walls are closing in. Like there has to be this finality where like nobody's future is in flux. We know what's happening to everybody, you know, and it's like wow. Why can't Samantha just feel like single and fucking like, you know, why can't any of these characters just be, like, happy on their own? Why do we have to have.

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"lambert" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"Just back to hanging out at brunch all the time and they're all single again, because that's what happens on the Real Housewives of New York City is that they all start out married. And by the currencies and everybody's divorced and a lot of them are widows. And that's what I love about that shows, I'm just like oh you never get to like seeing this, you know. Yeah and there I love that. They like actively date on that show as well. Oh, they're like obsessed with dating. I mean, I think yeah. It's like, you never get to see women in that age category on em anyway, as protagonists. But also yeah, never liked being sexual and dating. And they're all like, so horny on, Real Housewives of New York, but they're also so set in their ways. Horrible way, or they only want to date a certain type of man, that's like a rich. Just Harry Dubin, Harry Dubin, but like, Mister big, like just like a rich man. How rich powerful Manhattan, a man and you're like, wow. They really all might be happier if they like open themselves up to dating people that maybe aren't super wealthy, or maybe like, don't live on the Upper East Side, but they won't do it because they had it once. And they are like, insistent that it's going to come back. That's what's so sad and weird about it. Yeah. So, like a very intriguing I think, is that it's like an Edith Wharton. Novel is how I have probably talked about it before on the show. Cuz yeah, they all had this status at one point and they're all like, I have to get back to the status that I once had and like Sonia. When she gets drunk, we'll talk about like, partying, with Madonna and John John, and everyone's like job, John is dead. Yeah, those are the days of yesteryear live in the now. Yeah. So I think like towards the end Sex in the City would do occasional nods to that, you know like the the episode with what's-her-name the party girl who falls out the window. Like that was a great episode. That's probably the best episode of the later years. Totally sucking super dark. It has Candice Bergen is the Vogue editor. Who's like, I need a boyfriend. United Steel carries man, and then like gets mad at her. She's like, why do you get to date these guys? And, like, I end up with like that Wallace. Shaun Wallace Shaun, fuck. I know I love to be with Wallace, Shawn. I love there and they do end up together and I am very love. Like, she's like, okay, I gotta, I gotta go with this guy, but yeah, there is like this sense that like, the New York aspirational. Lifestyle is a dead end and you're going to get like a month. Off the building at the end in some way, who know. Okay, let's just, yeah, I'm thinking that I like Miranda and Steve just together, like, I think that they are in it for the long haul..

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"lambert" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"And they were like, no link. New York wage is the fourth character and I just, yeah. It's like people writing like are they going to like, finally, you know, learn how to not be so homophobic and it was like, probably not that. I think anyone looking for growth from the show, will probably be disappointed. But in my mind here is what it would be with Samantha. I think if they did want to use Samantha, they should just use a mannequin and retcon her character from mannequin and be like she was a man of faith in the whole time. I love, I love. Yes. But yeah, that way they could just have her on the show, but you know, she never has to be there. It's just a mannequin and they all acknowledged and there, and then other people are dead. Oh, their friend died, and they're all really fucked-up about it. So they like bring this mannequin with them everywhere, totally? I even see it as like, maybe Samantha was a mannequin who originally was off our knees and then like, when Barney's closed, she happened to go back into her like mannequin, State, and then got towed it off in the trash and then the girls like lost her and I could never find her again. Yeah. And then she just pops up and she's like I'm in Berlin or something like you know, somebody fabulous put her on a private plane and then she popped out of her manic inform when she got to wherever yeah to Shanghai. So yeah, that's what I think. I also just think that issue of like whatever they doing Samantha like if she's dead that's going to be horrible. If they're like oh her cancer came back and she died. I think that's what they, that's like, what I would pitch because that just song The problem that solves solves it and also like sadly, it would be like realistic for a lot of people. Yeah. Fucked up. When people die from cancer, would be amazing, though. If you if they like really, if they did that, then they need to have like a really fabulous funeral for her, but that would also be crazy to hold a funeral for the character when like the actresses wage. Like I feel like they do that when like an actor dies tragically during a show like Luke Perry dying during Riverdale and then they like, worked his death into the show and it was amazing. They had like a cannon Doherty show up as like, you know, some of mysterious woman at his funeral which is incredible Brenda and Dylan Forever. My, yeah, I mean, it's like, then they really are closing the door forever also on the idea of like, what if they just offer her enough money and she changes her mind, you know? Yeah, I just figured that. That would like be so final that everyone might be You happy and like walk away from it and then it leaves like the audience doesn't have questions. I think that's what she can control wants. You know, I think she's over. She's like Harrison Ford about Han Solo where she's just like, grow up, get over it and find something else. Yeah, no home, which is fine. Good. I hope she is Rich. Forever off that show and doesn't have to do anything or can just do stuff that she wants to do. Yeah, you know, she'll be fine. I think she'll be fine. I understand why an actress might not want to be trapped forever in a character that they don't actually like that much, but she's everyone's favorite character..

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"lambert" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"In 2017 Life. As We Knew It came to a screeching halt when production on Sex in the City 3 the movie was unceremonious Lee and abruptly shut down three years later it was announced in 2020 that has sex in the city reboot was in the works. However, the reboot is not actually a third movie and thus, my journey continues down. This podcast, I will be doing what many believed to be the undoable. I will be saving Sex in the City 3. All right. Hi everyone, and welcome back to be the only podcast that really matters in this day and age, saving Sex in the City 3, the podcast, that yields results and welcome this week, suggest, with me, the one and only Molly Lambert high high. So excited, I'm so excited to, I haven't recorded with anyone since the news broke of and just like that. So you're really the first person I'm talking to on air about it and I just want I want to see I want to know every thing I want to know how you feel about. It emotions are running high but tell me everything. Well I watched the weird trailer song. That they put out that was like all be role of New York City and I loved it. I knew this was coming. I feel like they were teasing it for a while until they were saying like they're probably going to do a Sex in the City reboot cuz I think SJP just has like a forever contract with HBO. Yeah. And do that whole but the big news obviously is that are for some is becoming a threesome. I know. No Samantha. Which I'm sad about that. And I think that it's going to change the tone of the show, and I'm worried that it's going to change the tone in to, like, very sappy sentimental. Oh, I mean, she definitely home the whole thing together, and it is a disaster to do it without her, but I also respect Kim Cattrall being like, you know what? I Choose Me song Value my own sanity over a million dollar paycheck for, you know, an episode..

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Who's Next; Album Retrospective

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Who's Next; Album Retrospective

"Who's next is one grace albums ever. Have you ever heard it. Go out and get it. And that's for much of the podcast. Thank you and we're out. We can do the brief history all. They did a brief history. Let's go ahead and do a little bit of dig into just a little bit deeper there with the holocaust started and what was going on already. Who's next by the who august fourteenth nineteen seventy-one ten years before i was born but i am familiar with the album Fifth studio album like liu said it developed from the aborted life house projects which was going to be a rock opera to follow tommy which. I'm sort of glad they didn't do that. Because then have another is really silly movie that i can't sit there but they did salvage some of the songs for the next album. Eight of the nine songs from lighthouse for featured on this album The one that was not was my wife that was written by john entwistle It's heavy on the use of synthesizer Especially for songs won't get fooled again and babo riley. It was an immediate success when it was released viewed by many critics as the best album or their best album and one of the greatest albums of all time. It was reissued on cd several times with additional songs originally intended for life house. The first session for which became who's next was at mick jagger's house star groves recorded there at the start of april nineteen seventy-one using the rolling stones mobile studio and that's what i got. Okay that's the there you have it. It's sort of like the beginning of it. Let's talk a little bit before we get into. Who's who's next You got under way to put this in in kind of history. Tommy was a total like revelation. No had done and fact pete townsend was sort of jokingly calling it a rock opera developing it and it was really kit lambert. That was like now now. Now like let's let's go with that. Let's let's see Kit lambert was their manager and producer at the time and he worked very closely with pete and he really encouraged this rock opera thing and it really became big like freaking

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Keith Urban and Mickey Guyton to Co-Host the 2021 ACM Awards

Gardening Naturally with John Dromgoole

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Keith Urban and Mickey Guyton to Co-Host the 2021 ACM Awards

"Night for country music bakers and their fans. Keith Urban and Mickey Guidance, hosted the Academy of Country Music Awards this evening from Nashville. There on Morris and Chris Stapled and lead the nominations with six each. Miranda Lambert follows with five as the most nominated female artists in a CM history with 68 Lifetime, NAMI. Nation's 56 ACM Awards airs this evening at eight o'clock Eastern on CBS

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Mesh Mask Lands Capitol Riot Defendant in Hot Water With Judge

Scarlet on Stone Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Mesh Mask Lands Capitol Riot Defendant in Hot Water With Judge

"Woman who allegedly stormed the capital on January The sixth, is facing possible jail time as a judge is asking her to explain a possible violation of an order to wear a mask while she awaits trial. U. S. District Court Judge Royce Lamberth Friday demanded an answer from Rachel Powell overhear Mesh Mask, which he said mocks requirement from the court's chief judge that was issued after power was released in February that the defendant must wear a mask whenever she leaves the residents, Lamberth wrote in a ruling. The court does not take the defendant's willingness to flout the court's order. Lightly. Lambert's rebuke comes after a video surfaced showing power wearing what appeared to be a white mesh mask that does not follow federal guidance on proper face coverings. Powell has been a vocal opponent of mask wearing Bernie Bennett

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A Culinary Tour Of Brexit

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:45 min | 2 years ago

A Culinary Tour Of Brexit

"Joined today by frank langfitt. Npr's lennon correspondent. Frank hi. hey it's great to be here. Cardiff great to have you so frank from what i understand. You are about to take us on a kind of culinary tour of brexit. Today's yes that's right so quick. Refresher on brexit cardiff. Uk voted to leave the you to escape red tape in brussels. So they'd be free to cut new free trade deals. This was like a number of years ago. Two thousand sixteen. The uk finally completely got out of the eu on new year's eve which means different things to different sectors here but today we're just going to focus on one of the hardest hit that's food as specifically we're look at wasters cheese and wine because we found his each item tells a different story about the real world consequences of brexit so far. So that's our plan. And here's the menu wine cheese or oysters cardiff if you want to start with. I don't know frank. I think i'm in the mood for oysters. Let's start there good choice. We're surrounded by water here in britain so the story of oysters is that when you suddenly face new regulations doing business is so much harder and no one is feeling this more than this. Fisherman that i met is his name. Is jonathan bailey very way this is late this is this is just rain rain water. I'll get some jonathan harvest oysters on a river in the southwest of england on the day that i met him. It was raining so we were bailing out his robot. Yeah i'm assuming Frank jonathan exports his own to europe. And that's why you're talking to him so a one eight tells how that's going for him now. That brexit is reality. Things are going really badly. So before brexit when the uk was in the eu there was seamless trade like between the states in the us and jonathan dredged up his oysters. They were shipped to europe and then they were cleaned which worked out just fine now. After brexit. Those british oysters are subject to eu rules about imports. Just like any other country outside the eu. so jonathan's wasters now have to be cleaned here on this side of the english channel. And i know this doesn't really sound like a big deal but if you're in the business it is and that's because it adds costs and it means there's less time to get those oysters on a european plates before they die. A bottom line are going to die in transit so this and other changes because of brexit have really hurt the fishing industry in fact shellfish and fish exports to the eu just in january. We're down more than eighty percent year-on-year now. The government likes to call this just teething problems in trade volumes overall are already rebounding. And that is. I gotta say a staggering dropped eighty percent plus. It is dead always tres and frank. I'm no expert on this. But i mean dead. Oysters are not good tasty oysters. No and you can't any money off them. Obviously so jonathan is one of like more than forty fishermen and women around here who are pretty much out of work. This season and i asked him when we're out on his boat like how he thinks it's going to impact them in the long run. Do you think that you'll keep fishing. Or i'm sixty six. I'm wondering whether this is the moment to say the. How would you feel about not fishing anymore. I would be very very very very upset. Okay so frank. Things clearly not looking good for the fishermen on the english coast. What's next on the menu where we're headed next in in our brexit tour so next off the whales for wine and then the northwest of england for cheese wine and cheese nice pairing classic traditional. Let's do that right after a quick break. This message comes from. Npr sponsor interactive brokers the professionals gateway to the world's markets. Their clients enjoy lowest cost access to stocks options futures and fixed income from a single integrated account. Learn more at i b. k. r. dot com. This message comes from npr sponsor. Microsoft teams helping priority. Bicycles transform. the way they work when the pandemic hit they started doing virtual visits on teams. Now people worldwide can come into their showroom more at microsoft dot com slash teams. Okay frank we're done with the delicious oyster chorus. So let's continue on with this brexit culinary tour and frank. I could really use a bevy. So what were you saying about. Wine is a really good example of a frankly how brexit can cost you in the checkout line. So let's head to wales and we're gonna meet daniel lambert who imports wine. So this is all little warehouse so daniel reports tens of thousands of cases of wine each year most of it of course from europe and for daniel. This used to be really easy. We used to just have to one very very simple simplistic but now because the uk's outside of the u. it's brexit. There's so much more. I have to send the order to the producer. The producer then produces pro forma invoice which they sent back to me on the pro forma invoice. They have two quite mild a number so hunting trip daniel down a bit because he actually went on. For more than a minute but describing. The avalanche of confusing forms now has to fill out. He said each separate set of forms cost seventy five bucks so scale of one to ten. How much are you enjoying this new system. Yeah it makes sense. I mean everybody hates paperwork. Super annoying. But frank did you ask him you know what about the real impact on his business. What he said is paperwork. Costs will be passed on to consumers but some small retailers won't be able to afford the extra paperwork cost ordering different kinds of wine so in the end that's actually going to mean less variety on the shelves.

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"lambert" Discussed on We Are The Runners Show

We Are The Runners Show

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on We Are The Runners Show

"Yeah did you outside of boston. Did you run any the other virtual that were offered because there were so many this well in twenty twenty there were so many and still are into twenty one. Yeah no that was the only virtual race. I did because i mean i had been injured like i mean literally. I was not even allowed to run for months with my my stress fracture. So there's still a lot of races that have switched to virtual now for the spring. Until i get this back issue cleared up i. I don't even know what i'm gonna be able to do. So i am committed to absolutely nothing until i fix this and then of course last week. They announced boston october. Eleven of twenty twenty one and we can use our time that we had submitted for last year. We are also able to submit it for this year. So we're kind of getting an extra year so so i throw my hat end. See if my time is fast enough. I i'm one of the unlucky ones who didn't age up in in those Two and a half years. I'm reading on a lot of facebook pages that people aged up so now they have fifteen twenty minute cushions so i ran my last q at fifty and so i don't get the benefit of aging up for another couple of years so we'll see what happens. See fifty four fifty two fifty four. Yeah now i have. You put your toes into the ultra saying yet or is that something. Not no the only ultra ish. I've done is. I've done a series of races over a weekend gasparilla but nothing straight more than twenty six point two so a not a strong trail runner. I liked to road race. Because i just want to see how fast i can go Trail running is so different. You've got to be looking down trail runners wanna finish without breaking anything. And so every time.

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"lambert" Discussed on We Are The Runners Show

We Are The Runners Show

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on We Are The Runners Show

"I didn't have one. He sends me back the p. T. three more weeks. I'm still trying to run through it. I go back like an still in paying sends me for another mri. I i have a stress fracture in my femur. So that was june. He said you now need to take two months off all right. It's summer i wanna be running. I can't i couldn't bike. I couldn't walk. i couldn't run I was lucky. I wasn't on crutches all summer. So while when i was running with the stress faction didn't know i had it. I was running with a limp which then knocked my right side out so we got the bones. We got the bone healed then. I was having problems with the right side so in september. I was diagnosed with hamstring tendon. Apathy so i had a prp injection in my hamstring. Which is they withdraw. Your blood's out the platelets and inject that back into your hamstring where the problem areas so i had that Then i started having problems with my lower back and it's everything is probably all connected on the right side last week i had my fourth. Mri since may so right now. I'm dealing with si joint issues. So i've had a couple of steroid injections. I'm back to running know running for a month going to get acupuncture. Try tomorrow and so if you're going to be injured during do it during the pandemic when there is absolutely no live races but austin so i you know i'm one of the people who was actually glad it was canceled in april because i i couldn't have run it with a stress fracture. There's absolutely no way and it and it's hard not to go when you've worked so hard to get there and so virtual came down to the virtual race and you had to do it by september fourteen. And i wasn't going to do it but then that whole weekend last weekend of it. It was nagging me in just like you know i could walk it..

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"lambert" Discussed on We Are The Runners Show

We Are The Runners Show

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on We Are The Runners Show

"You still got it still got it so i yeah so i. I ran two marathons the year after. I had a stroke. I think we take a slight off of before. Bq and you say. I gotta be cute. That year was so tough to get in. Now it's crazy so it's like a slight qualify but is it going to be enough. So wow oh and then the in I i really felt like after eighteen months trying to recover iran really strong be q. In the fall of twenty eighteen so that about a year and a half. After i felt like my body had gotten back and and to wear was pre stroke with with endurance. Strength and really strong time Again in indianapolis sell people are looking for a good q. Course a highly recommend indianapolis. It's very flat snow. Have you ever run see. i am not. It's hard to get into okay. would love to. I have friends who have run it. And they've i'll be cute there. Yeah i had a friend who qualified for the olympic trials. And that's why. I went to see to see her running in the trials she qualified. See i am so my run coaches caitlyn goodman and she was actually on allies panel when we went to see her in the live show and she was running in the trials as well but that was her qualifying. Course with the i am. That's a really popular course. I'd love to do it some day. It sells out really quick. And that's actually brian i. That's our hometown is. I'm from folsom. So it starts in folsom in sacramento. So he's from sacramento. I'm from folsom worth like to go do it. We need to do that. And i'm like oh gosh. Is it anything like the thing we did. In our neighbor that virtual there have been a lot of rough virtual marathons in the last that we've done. I mean i did a virtual marathon.

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"lambert" Discussed on The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"lambert" Discussed on The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

"Of incentive to convert in store that the model is that We'll have some small retail items but the larger partner brands. You'll still order online. And it'll be mailed to you just like you would order online but will offer some sort of incentive to convert and store and we think that combination of oh i actually get to see the product in real life before order it and then i get some sort of incentive to convert It'll be a different model. That will bring new brands Into custody consumer's hands that they normally just when when really have the confidence to convert. And we're so much about the community here on the podcast and in the ridership forum. It's really exciting to see community. Come to the real world. The physical world and create hubs for us to meet up. Join up socialize and ride. And there's gonna be programming out of it. I mean obviously covid puts creates a problem for that but the vision is kind of giving back three ways of the community so the first way is by showcasing the independent frame builders of the us by featuring their bikes for free. We'll have a rotation of those We'll be doing We'll be pop-ups where a large brand will come in and do a maybe a product launch in the middle of the space. So they'll be there in in there for month but technically they'll only be there in their for three weeks and then that fourth week we will have a small business from l. a. into the space is able to sell their kind of t shirts and hats and promote their brand for free Because they're doing good in the community and they just don't have the resources yet to sell through a store or anything like that so supporting local businesses and then charity events so The first one that will do is unfortunately won't be able to do a launch event but grows cycling as a new foundation founded by elliott jackson. Who's a promo Pro mount baker I met elliot through andrew. Who's one of our One of our ambassadors and elliot through grow is Raising money to build a pump track. And so trying to introduce young kids in different communities to cycling because of obviously the impact that it had an elliott and impact but cycling has a on all people So we have a black car. Titanium frame built up schramm foresee tap access to buy some max's tires a set hunt. Carbon gravel wheels of the raffles gonna launch march. One to coincide with the launch of black heart of looped will have the the bike in-store there and then oh and it's custom painted by nico who goes by ornamental. Conifer instagram. he's an amazing painter. He's known for like hand painting porsche. Nine elevens and just doing incredible design so niko very generous and offered to paint the bike for free in order.

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