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"lanta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:43 min | Last week

"lanta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Trading is an hour and a half away from some key markets around the region and then three hours later we'll get Hong Kong and Shanghai and Shenzhen started a trade. Looks like the nikkei may open down about 700 points or so, Hanks and index futures down a little more than 1%, similar losses in Sydney and China futures are down about three tenths of a percent interestingly though S&P E minis have pulled up the flat after earlier being down and we'll get to the markets in a few moments for shot. All right, we got a lanta fed president Rafael bostic saying the U.S. economy could slow down in a quote relatively orderly way. And it's down to the strong labor market. He did, however, say that a soft landing would be hard to achieve, and that there would be pain in the short term. He was busted on CBS's face the nation. There will likely be some job losses, but I think if you look over the historical history here and our economic experiences, there's a really good chance that if we have job losses, it's going to be smaller than what we've seen in other situations. And that's what I'm banking on. Atlanta fed president Raphael bostic heard here on Bloomberg last week, U.S. central bankers raised their benchmark rate by 75 basis points for the third straight time. Now the ECB's next move may become clearer on Monday, that's when ECB president Christine Lagarde will testify to lawmakers probably facing questions on where rates will settle after 125 basis points in hike so far. And which way should you lean if forced to choose between fighting inflation and protecting jobs. Bearing private equity Asia is looking to merge two of its Hong Kong based business services firms, tricor and vista. Would have told that advisers are working with BPA on a potential merger. After the deal, it could be valued at 7 to $8 billion. Earlier in June, a completed its purchase of tricor, a merger of vistra and tricor could now help BPA reduce operating costs and boost revenues. We're here deliberations around a merger are preliminary, no final decision has been made. Could have been president Ferdinand Marcos junior is seeking help from Russia to ease inflation impact here he is talking earlier with Bloomberg. And provide us with some fuel. The political side of it has been, of course, a little tricky, but nonetheless, the national interest comes first. And so we have to find those new sources of fuel. That is Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos junior, the Philips has been facing economic challenges with the surge in commodities pushing inflation above target, the center bank raising interest rates by some 225 basis points so far this year in order to damp down inflation, meantime the country is also expressing interest in renewing talks with China on joint oil and gas exploration in the South China Sea. And that would help to expand and diversify sources of energy for the Philippines itself. All right, the time is 33 minutes past the hour. Let's take a closer look at markets. There is some good news on the COVID front, but it seems that probably will be swept aside by a lot of the negativity and markets. Taiwan, planning to end quarantine for arrivals on October 13th around that date. And Hong Kong will do the same as if today. You'll hear more about this from Denise, but it doesn't look like it's going to have a big impact on markets. The Hanks hang index index futures down 1.1%. China futures are down about three tenths of a percent. Nobody is predicting that they will end COVID zero or dynamic zero in China anytime soon, so that it will continue to plague both the currency and the economy. The latest to read on the offshore Chinese currency 7 1327 against the greenback and the onshore, which is easier to control by the PBOC is quite weak as well. 7 1284, of course, not trading here at the moment. We'll get the China markets open. At 9 30 in the morning, Hong Kong and paging time. Let's take a closer look at some of the other news hitting markets. We did have a pretty weak mood last week that seems to be pushing through into this week. We mentioned an EK futures were off some 700 points or so. The pound dropped precipitously this morning, and that was after the release late last week of the UK's government fiscal plan, Sterling now trading on the weak side, just here at the moment it's on the week set of one O 9 at one O 8 34 and dollar yen is at one 30 or one 43 37. The Bloomberg spot index is flat, the Euro at 96.99 U.S. cent. So it looks like a down day for equities here in Asia, Rashad. All right, we are now 25 minutes to the top of the hour

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"lanta" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

GOLF.com Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"lanta" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

"Sean and that's what we're doing tonight in honor of our good man sung jae him. Did you get to watch much of the golf. This bad as a noted popular gulf podcast. I did not golf. Shot of sunday's win. I would have to in. I definitely would have tuned in if it wasn't a blowout. But i was checking the scores checking the birdies piling up four breweries in a row for him late On sunday and as kind of like well this. The sing isn't worth watching. It's over that kind of how it was. That's much how it was. It was actually five birdies neuro while sunday himself. Said and i quote honestly. I didn't realize. I made five birdies in a row. So you're not the only one But let's let's run through sunday's round. He started three. That's birdie on the first hole then four four and then he went three three three three three four three three three so a lot of threes and If you're making threes then you're then you're doing something right. I mean he parred the last five holes to shoot sixty two. He won by four at one point. It was an extremely extremely crowded leaderboard with sung jae matthew wolf mark leash monroe sabatini. Adam shank lanta griffin..

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18 of 20 Gorillas at Atlanta’s Zoo Have Contracted COVID

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

18 of 20 Gorillas at Atlanta’s Zoo Have Contracted COVID

"Cope with nineteen continues to spread rapidly in the US and its not just among humans Z. would lettuces all but two of its twenty guerrillas have tested positive for covert nineteen the primates were tested last week after workers noticed they were coughing had runny noses and changes in appetite in some it's the delta variant zoo officials say they believe a guerrilla caretaker who was vaccinated and didn't realize she was infected pass the virus to the animals the zoo says it's using monoclonal antibodies to treat the guerrillas at risk of developing complications the outbreak occurred just before she would lanta could obtain a veterinary vaccination for the animals eight guerrillas were successfully treated in San Diego in January I'm Jackie Quinn

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"lanta" Discussed on DLC

DLC

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"lanta" Discussed on DLC

"Michelle you our guests. You get first pick of stories. What would you consider to be your story of the week. Well i think the These away the marvels midnight suns game play. We're talking about well could they. If if that's your choice. I think that's a great one to pick. I personally think that went like that. Looks like my speed of game for sure. And by the way that was a really long Amount of gameplay that they show too. Yeah yeah this week. We had kind of had their exclusive reveal of the of the game play of midnight sons last week. We were talking about the cg announcement trailer of midnight sons. And i got all excited about doing a marvel property and this kind of cool vampiric you know marvel marvel characters but done in this kind of cool. Yeah a different take on the marvel universe well and it's like it's a card game you know so it's gotta be how combat but it's it's like a full on rpg two where you can you know. Every hero in the game has different abilities. And whatever like you can be defensive or protective whatever. And they're going to be lots of costumes and whatever but one of the things they've really honed in on his. You have these little side stories that you can do with like the different avengers like you take a walk with tony stark. In like get to know him better. I just think it's kind of like appreciate the fact that this like. Rpg hard name has like this extra layer of actual like role playing involved. But

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Juventus Win the Coppa Italia

ESPN FC

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Juventus Win the Coppa Italia

"We have to start with the big mid week game and that was the co by final between giampiero gasperini atlanta and unplayable pillows advantis now meena. You haven't really been good this season at all. We've been wondering where is the team that we've seen when nine consecutive scotty the team that even if they play terribly they'd always find a way to win and i couldn't help a thing and we were on the commentary for this game on. Espn two that the second half. Especially i thought you event this may be wasn't the better side in the first half. I thought that they gave away more chances. To what the lanta. Maybe they got a bit lucky but in the second half this was vintage. Event is great pressing creating chances the intensity that we normally we're used to seeing from them and then in the final whistle pandemonium under appeal of felt like there was a champion champion trophy victory all the players celebrating together. It was almost like they let off all the frustration from this season. Yeah i accidentally thank you hit the nail on the head. It really was the way that they celebrated was a little bit like finding it was almost like they had recovered their identity. They had remember who they were. they were the event. is that we. We've known all this time now. It's interesting because there were movements of you and twenty twenty that i did see on dan dreyer. That was some great wins. Perhaps not always fantastic to watch. But i always knew how to control the game. A little bit better. There was a win against barcelona. There was strong winds. That i thought to myself. I can actually see what pillows doing here. There is a developing pattern of play. There is some interesting Bullpen using my voice had an issue with the fact that they always post to defeat rather than into space. They don't seem to understand chemistry just quite yet so it slows down there passing game and makes it a little bit harder to create chances at times. Looks a little bit slow but having said all of that this is event is they're always strong in defence confident capable of managing the game

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Atlanta-Area Spa Shootings Spur Debate Over Hate Crime Label

John and Ken on Demand

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Atlanta-Area Spa Shootings Spur Debate Over Hate Crime Label

"He went to lanta today. Was supposed to be a trip to check out the cdc but of course there was a stop to recognize the eight killings by the man robert. Aaron long eight people were killed on this splash shooter. Killing spree by long the media has run with this one putting it and lumping it with attacks on asian americans because most of the victims were asian females. Abc news has a source number one long told investigators that he blames the massage parlours providing an outlet for his addiction to sex. He told investigators. Crimes were not racially motivated. Now they're gonna look and see if there were any posts writings by this guy. Bad thoughts about asians or asian women. They're gonna look into that. This isn't over yet. But what about you know. Why don't we wait before. We run with a narrative and if there are attacks on asian americans terrible. But you see what happened here. S another great lesson on how the media works particularly if they have an agenda this was the worst of the worst killings. He shot people to death. So let's lump it in with this rising tide of attacks on asian americans because this will get more attention from people. That's how they do it even though it may not have anything to do with their race if you have sex addiction and you go to these massage spas. That's the way i was looking for yesterday. Deborah now parlors. Well some are still saying parlors. Spa use the word. Spa a better. Connotation i'm not an expert on the language but That's where he went i. I guess to satisfy his sex addictions and he just broke down and he decided to and i think he had been to these specific spa that he attacked so he was trying to quell the I mean clearly it should be on. Death row is really no question about that. But let's not try to drive this into a different agenda before we know a little bit more. So you know. Biden shows up today and kamala harris to they both went to make the stand about. Let's stop the tide of attacks against asian americans and apparently they dragged trump into it because when trump would talk news conferences. He liked to call it. The china virus that that was his way of referring to the corona virus and as we pointed out on this show many times we've often referred to viruses from their origins and i don't think there's much doubt that virus originated in the area of wuhan china so based on our history of referring to virus. What's wrong with that right. They're calling all the variants u. k. brazil variant wh but. They took that to mean that he was racist. And now they're taking a step further that this has inspired people to attack americans really i think of trump hadn't been president and we had a virus originated in china. There's gonna wackos that do that. Because yes they are racist they already harbor these deep resentments against possibly asian people and maybe the virus pushed him to another level. But why you have to drink everybody else into this. And why do you have to exaggerate it now. To the point where a guy that killed people has to be a part of this problem because the victims were asian americans and let's face a lot of the employees at these massage. Spas are asian americans. That's apparently a foothold was taken in that particular industry by people of asian descent and really not to be ignored. Somebody's it's not good. Some in some cases these women are being held there almost a sex slaves in return for getting them into the country. But you know that's overlooked too because we have a bigger narrative

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President, Vice President Visit Atlanta To Pay Tribute To 8 People Killed

Up First

02:38 min | 1 year ago

President, Vice President Visit Atlanta To Pay Tribute To 8 People Killed

"President harris who as we know is the first woman. Vp who's also black and asian. American was pretty blunt in her remarks. She said racism is real in america. Zina phobia is real in america and sexism. To and president biden had sharp language to he called on americans to stand up to bigotry when they see it and added that silence is complicity simply some core values and beliefs. That should bring us together as americans. One of them is standing together against hate against racism. The ugly poison as long haunted plagued our nation in the past year advocates say attacks and assaults against asian americans have risen sharply since the corona virus pandemic While not calling out trump directly vice president harris did say and. I'm quoting her here for the last year. We've had people in positions of incredible power scapegoating asian-americans people with the biggest pulpits spreading. This kind of hate leisure. More names of the people killed were released yesterday. What have you learned about some of them. Npr spoke with greg. Hinson of friend of xiaoji a thanh ton owned young's massage the first business that was targeted in cherokee county. Hinson was a customer who became a friend. He says time spent most of her free time with their daughter but he would drop by to visit once a week. She made him a surprise birthday cake last fall. She gained hardworking businesswoman. Very smart doing television. I love time generous unselfish person who loved her family and love the close friends and one of the victims was. Us army veteran. Please tell us about him. Yeah paul andre. Michaels served in the military for four years in the nineteen eighties before getting into private security. His brother john npr. They came from a big auto working family and southwest detroit. Like i knew everything that he did pretty much. I got into. His brother was a big coin collector. Like their father. And michael says he's going to be sending the gunman a bible and try to form a relationship with unleash their There's a rally planned today for the victims. Yes a group called. the concerned. Black clergy of metropolitan atlanta is meeting at the state capital in atlanta to hold a prayer service. They're calling for an end in their words to stop hate and violence on the asian american communities. They say they know all too well the plight of racism and violence against communities of color leisure hagan of member station w. ab ended lanta. Thank you

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"lanta" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"lanta" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

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"lanta" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"lanta" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

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"lanta" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"lanta" Discussed on CXMH

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"lanta" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"lanta" Discussed on CXMH

"And that's my mom's hometown in so there's a lot of lakes around hence the name and so one of our things is to go and see ducks. We would go and feed the ducks growing up as children with my grandmother. And so i love that. Something i get to do with riley now in that i get to see the wonder and curiosity in her eyes and connect with that in my childhood self and know that that was a special memory that i did not only with my mom that with my grandmother. And you know it's just how do we carry on the traditions and keep passing them down from generation to generation. And i think that speaks to how not only we're so deeply connected with our own families in ways that can be so beautiful in sacramento alright but also how we're so woven together into the family of god these moments where we just see. Gosh this is something that migrant mother did with me and now i get to see my mom do it her granddaughter. Who's my daughter that will you know. So whatever simple thing it is. I think it just like instantly widens your view and says whoa like there's something really deep and profound in the mystery of god in the ways that we are just passing these rituals small and subtle. They are like these are the rhythms of life and their the the moments that just fill our hearts with gratitude to saudia fall in love. That so speaking of like the kind of bigger lens of your community and we're all part of the family of god if i'm not someone who maybe personally has like an immediate. Hey i'm grieving the holidays upcoming in the next couple of weeks or whatever it is but you know i have friends or have family that are in kind of a an interpersonal relationship. Do you have any kind of thoughts or ideas. On how i can best support or or walk alongside people in my life that may be going through grief during these holidays..

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"lanta" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"lanta" Discussed on CXMH

"Connect with their loved ones. Yeah you know if you do that. Mccreary and use the promo code. Csm i love that. Now i just. I just think it's good for us to be like creatively thinking about how to connect through these holidays as we also navigate the grief that's tied to this particular holiday season. Yeah yeah that's awesome you just community and i'm going to jot it down in terms of my intro question for the episode release after thanksgiving so thank you. Oh hey here welcome suspense. I'm so excited to hear. What question do you have next week. It's awesome well any other thoughts before we transition in new holly. I think i've said this quite a bit of thai quite a few times. This semester. But i really i think i wanna keep echoing to our listeners to take good care of themselves these days to find ways to be practicing self care. I had posted a couple of blog posts this week around mental health and burn out and self care and what we're seeing right now and so You know play. We can put those in the show notes. But i wanted us those as a way to reemphasize to our listeners. Police be taking good care of you. These days you are worth taking care of yourself and And we really do care about you deeply and want you to be carrying for you. Yeah yeah sounds good. What about you any other thoughts. No i always ask you first and you say just the most beautiful things and then say yep. I agree that. I agree all right. Well we will transition in. Here is our conversation that we recorded last year about grieving. During the holiday season with lanta carol. Hey we are so excited today to be joined by atlanta carol. -lanta is a licensed professional counselor as well as an ordained minister currently on staff at a church in the atlanta area as well as doing her counseling practice. She specializes in grief and loss spirituality anxiety depression and more as well as offering classes in mindfulness and hand lettering which is so fun to watch like an online. What you talk about that but atlanta thank you for joining us today. I'm so glad to be here. Thanks for having me aside from all the things that i just mentioned. Is there anything else that our audience should know about you just as before we can get into it. Oh gosh. I'm in toddler mom life so i feel like that informs like every moment and every you know every waking hour in this season is robert you can relate to for sure with our little in that same age bracket her name is riley and she'll turn to in february so she a concerns are life all the good in hardware both and yes. That's ause. I mentioned you work as a counselor and heaven. Emptive work on staff at a church for ten years now. You've yes you just mentioned to me before we started. What can i ask. What kind of what got you into wanting to do both those things because a lotta times. It's kind of one or the other but you know you're right here at this blend where we are. Yeah what how. What led you into that work. Gosh you know back in undergrad. I was doing the at mercer in making their major was christianity but in most undergrad experiences that the religion major yes and i started minoring in.

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"lanta" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"lanta" Discussed on CXMH

"An have gotten a few extra things this year because we just need like twinkle lights all over our house right now and yeah. That's just where we are. We have added. I mean they're just everywhere. And i love it i really do. It just makes it feels homey and cozy and at the same time. It's it's kinda strange because it almost feels like Feels like we just had these decorations up like three months ago. But i mean i know that's not the case obviously but we'll march one hundred and fifty nine th exactly that's right that's right so anyway decorations are up in the act sandler home nice well. Speaking of holidays in the holiday season we are this week. We decided what will be. Good is to era conversation that we had last year with our friend. Lanta carol Particularly around grieving during the holiday season. Right and what's interesting is when we decide to do that. I was thinking about it and i haven't gone back and listen to that conversation You know obviously in a while and curious. How much is i think it will still be applicable because it's just kind of like a human experience but obviously this year i think we're grieving a myriad of different ways and the same artsy like for a lot of a lot of people the ways that we talked about grieving in terms of having lost someone Are will be present as well but also so much. This year is grieving. The loss of what. What christmas looks like or what holiday's look like what the people that are usually see those relationships those memories get to create or you know what i thought it would be by this year or and so i think it'll be interesting to listen back through obviously for both of us but then also our listeners. With kind of a whole new lens of i think we all kind of learned how to grieve or like been forced into a space where we need to leave in like just a wildly different version in two thousand twenty throughout then maybe last year we approached it with. Yeah no i. I agree with you about all of that..

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"lanta" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"lanta" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Have something just like a traffic. Stop turn into your death. And so that's what the book. The book is has many different poems about different things but the title had to be. We want our bodies back. Because i wanted to enter it in sandra bland's legacy is really i'm what what did you think of my with the are not. I want to talk about politics. Politics decree as well done everything. Obviously politics yeah. Politics is somebody is your thing. Actually policies evolvement website elections. Just one and also camilla did it. I remember my friend calling from michigan. Like up from other places calling michigan so disappointed in michigan was like they didn't count wayne county. I live in wayne. County road detroit. I was like they didn't count are are ballads yet. Detroit voting for him and so detroit shot the philly shot as pennsylvania. Tell lanta georgia in so you know. I'm i'm thankful. I don't think you know he's gonna leave quietly. And but this was already in the people who've done some research and people who projected things that this he's not gonna he wants to. He wants to get pulled out of there. The school.

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"lanta" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"lanta" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I think he's also a fantastic putter on Bermuda grass screens, not necessarily on the bench that they have here at Augusta gets a little bit sloppy with the iron place. Sometimes that could hurt him. Not the longest guy off the tee, so Hey, had a great tournament last year. I don't know if it'll be the same this year. All right, So let's get into some matchups that Brady cannons looking at right now, keep you here for a little bit. But there's some really interesting ones, too, with a lot of guys that you've been talking about. Bracing de Shambo is a plus 1 15 against Jon Ron, This is this is over at South Point, I stopped there, grab some sheets and naturally between West Gate and circa. You can find it just a ton of matchups. But I'm interested in this one because D Shambo You know, the favorite is far is on the future board. Rahm not but yet Rahman the matchup and this is for the entire tournament right now is a minus 1 35. You actually picked one that? I bet I bet John Rahm minus 1 35 over Bryce into shambo, and I think it's really telling their Kenny exactly what you say. Bryce into shambles. About seven plus 7 50 the odds on favorite to win ROM's A 10 to 1. Why is Rahm favored in the head to head matchup? And that's because I believe the sharpest golf betters in the world. Play matchups. They don't risk is much on the futures. The outright winner board, all right, the sharpest betters in the world play matchups because that's where you have the greatest chance to profit. So the big money is coming in on the matchups, and that's why I believe you're seeing John Rama's a favorite there. It's telling me that the guys that are betting big money on these matchups are on John Graham, and they're not necessarily smart, responsible betters in the Gulf in the golf industry. You're risking a little in the outright market. You're risking the most in the head to head matchups. So with Ron moving to the favorite in that matchup tells me that the wise guys are betting John Graham. There's not as many matchups with Tiger Woods. Right now, And that could be because what you said. He's just not in great form. Yeah, there's probably the books might get crushed with people that they might have too much liability with people going against him in every match up, they could find. Um, I'll tell you a couple guys that I did go against in matchups basically because of current form and also nursing injury. I went against Henrik Stenson. I took Lanta Griffin over Henrik Stenson and then I also took Jason Coke crack over Gary Woodland..

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Donny, You're Done

In The Thick

06:34 min | 2 years ago

Donny, You're Done

"And welcome to this podcast about politics race and culture from appeal t- perspective. I'm celebrating democracy. Okay you like from got you. I got you. I will be the steadier one of the introduction. Okay got you got you joining us from. Atlanta georgia is a noah tanya freelance journalist and host of the way with a noah podcast and. Welcome back to the show. Thank you for having me and joining us from the greater los angeles area of california is the charges. She's a journalist covering congress and the impact of public policy on diverse communities for the intercept bienvenida. Thanks so much for having me dude it ryan be many either way. You know. it's just you know. I understand that this is historic. Now i'm gonna take a breath because it ain't over okay. So anybody who's thinking like okay. Cool so what we do know. Is that joe. Biden is now the president-elect he will be the forty-six president of the united states right as of now Officially two hundred ninety electoral votes as of monday morning via the p. Kamala harris will be the first ever woman the first ever black person the first asian american vice president the first daughter of immigrants like up there and this is what she said in her victory speech on saturday night but while i may be the first woman in this office i will not be the last because every little girl watching tonight sees that this is a country of possibilities and to the children of our country regardless of your gender our country has sent you a clear message dream with ambition lead with conviction and see yourselves in a way that others may not simply because they've never seen it before but know that we will applaud you every step of the way so he was pennsylvania's twenty electoral votes that tip the electoral college on saturday and those who hoped and worked for the end of the trump era erupted. You saw there was like relieve who some exhaling the pressure on the chest kind of lifting just a little bit A lot of joy dancing cheering pots and pans bottles of champagne. Like were they just keeping them hidden until this moment it was definitely historic. This is what president elect biden's victory speech sounded like on saturday night from a parking lot in delaware all those who supported us. I'm proud of the campaign. We built ran. I'm proud of the coalition. We put together the broadest. Most diverse coalition in history democrats republicans independence progresses moderns conservatives on urban suburban rural gays straight transgender way latino asian native american mated especially those moves especially in this campaign. Was that its lowest ebb. The african american community stood up. Now let's go to the other side You know for years ago. There was an election that we accepted. I remember it was not really a surprise but we accepted we and i mean that journalists the greater public right That's not happening right now. I mean it is hard for trump to accept that he is the first president. Since george h w bush in one thousand nine hundred two to not win a second term that stings. Trump has refused to concede not really surprising. And we're gonna talk about that and the end of trump isn't the end of fighting against trumpism fighting against white supremacy systemic racism for us as journalists. We always know that there's also for us. The holding another administration accountable. So we're holding biden and harris accountable standby before we get into all of that list to a quick temperature check. So it's been quite a week quite a year quite four years how you doing personally. An noah in atlanta like the place. The shit it's happening in atlanta. How's your temperature. Check how you feeling. Thanks for asking. I think things are pretty cool here in atlanta right now. People are moving on multiple fronts. Not only do we have the big. You know really great shift. That folks saw this past week as votes are still restore coming in through friday With georgia flipping blue as so many folks. I've worked very hard notably stacey abors but you also have the amazing work of organizations like mayhem say asian americans advancing justice new georgia project. That have really been bringing more voters expanding the electorate and i think that collective organizing the to your is sometimes overshadow We did see a lot of amazing advancement with stacey. Abrams twenty eighteen campaign. But this is work. There folks been putting in motion at least for the past ten years when the state was i lost on the state level During the two thousand ten gubernatorial race like this is workforce have been building for some time. We also have an opportunity to flip a public service commission seat so we have the two senate seats that everyone's raving about and really focused on but we also on the state side have a public service commission. Seat is going into a runoff. Unfortunately it's going into a runoff on december first so less than a month. Away so organizers year the party other folks are scrambling to wine jet turn out for this december first state election and then we still have the january fifth Offers us tennessee. So there is a lot moving here and it's not just a lanta the entire state that is really engaging in moving.

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Interview With Shayla Hunter

Revision Path

03:23 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Shayla Hunter

"All right. So tell us who are and what you do sell. My name is Shayla. Hunter and I am a strategist and also an illustrator and a creator of the one hundred black females project. Nice. Now. One thing that I've been asking everyone and I'm sure for folks that it listen to the show they know this but I've always kind of doing this my covert nineteen check in just to Kinda see where people are at. So power you holding up right now during the pandemic. Cell. Holding up pretty well, we're just at the August second. Yes. kind of wild that it's been this long but I'm doing pretty well, I think that you know in the beginning. In late March into April and there was a lot going on obviously and it was a a day by day and you know kind of in my apartment and trying to take walks outside and be away from people, and I'm still doing all of that but I feel as though now that it's been. been into summer her can of have a little bit more to can be outside a lot more things like that. So I'm holding up. Okay. Yeah Denver's really nice in the summer to I I went there was last summer. I think it was last summer I was in Denver for some reason I was surprised at how hot it was but then it makes sense because it's the mile high city so much closer to the sun. Yes. I was like this isn't that Lanta heat is expected. It is intense and but I must say the fact that I forget it's not sunny three, hundred, sixty, five days a year but it's like sunny three, hundred and fifty days you know something like that like sooner. It's sunny all the time even in the wintertime when it's cold out, it's nice to have the sun as well because it doesn't really feel like a long winter as in the east coast. So let's talk about your work that you're doing at Eck strategy like what are your workdays looking like right now? Yeah. So strategy is a marketing research and strategy consultancy, and so you know we work with a lot of clients across lifestyle consumer packaged goods. So that means things that you find on the shelves in grocery stores and things like that, and then also house brands as well in companies. So right now we've been. Really, busy doing lot of work with our clients that we've had it new clients I work really well amongst my my colleagues in we've been with it within the pandemic feel as though the transition has been fairly easy for us when I say that just because we have three offices so there's one in Chicago and Denver, in New York and we work in. Teams amongst one another you know across the three offices and then there's you know people who are sometimes in other places as well. As a team as a company, I felt like that we worked really well already had virtually and so is it pretty sort of easy transition into kind of going on and and that sort of thing. So as of late, you know been kind of working on different projects and it's been going going pretty well. So can't you know no complaints.

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How Do Tanuki Work?

BrainStuff

03:28 min | 2 years ago

How Do Tanuki Work?

"In June of twenty, two, thousand, nineteen, a couple in a small village in Nottinghamshire Great. Britain woke at four am to an eerie sound they ventured out and discovered an animal that never seen before his thing and attacking a goat on their farm. After rescuing the goat they took a photo of the beast and promptly posted it online. The animal was four-legged and fluffy. It moved like a dog but had a face and markings like a raccoon. It turns out there unwanted visitor was a canoe Katie sometimes called a raccoon dog. To learn more about these unusual critters we talked by email to Jennifer Andrew, a member of the carnivore team at Zuid Lanta she helps take care of zoo, Atlanta's to to NUKII or and Loki. Zoo, Atlanta is just one of two zoos in the United States that houses to not the other is the Oklahoma City Zoo. Indra explained to new key our dogs genetically and morphological logically speaking they get the nickname raccoon dog primarily because of their similar coloring and coat patterns. The only other true similarity raccoons is that they occupy the same niche as raccoons do in nature even though they live on different partners. To NUKII range in size from about one point, five to two feet long that's about point four, five, two point, nine meters with a tail adding another six inches or one point, five meters they weigh anywhere from eight to twenty, two pounds around three and a half to ten kilos therefore can be golden great or reddish brown but their shoulders, legs, and the tips of their tails are blocked and their facial markings are similar to a raccoons including the black mask around the eyes. They're originally from eastern Asia including Japan, which is where the word to new key comes from, and where the animal is a cultural icon images of have appeared in everything from folklore and literature to anime and advertising the mythological versions sometimes called Buckeye Nukii, our spirit creatures, tricksters, and shape shifter's that love gold and are often depicted with a big belly and a particularly large scrotum. Many modern Japanese businesses, displays statues of to represent prosperity and good luck. To not the animals, not the spirits where brought the northern and Eastern Europe due to fur-farming back in the nineteen twenties it's believed some new key managed to escape and began to live and breathe in that region. The HABITAT, they're most comfortable living in would typically be described as forested everything from deciduous trees to evergreens, but they can live in urban and coastal areas they like living near water. When they're in the wild Turkey to picky about meals as forager's they'll eat anything from frogs, birds, and rats to berries and carrion that is vet animals to not have been known to forage in garbage cans or pick over roadkill areas inhabited by humans. But do life is a little different, not only art Niki given different food to eat including kibble hard boiled eggs, veggies and fish. But because they're naturally forager's and a non foraging, setting their caregivers look for ways to make feeding time a little more challenging. Andrew said, we like to scatter their diet throughout their habitats to encourage natural foraging behaviors. They also enjoy interacting with problem-solving enrichment devices that encourage behaviors such as biting, chewing, ripping shredding, smelling digging, and dragging.

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"lanta" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"lanta" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"News this hour for our listeners who want to chime in on the phones. You could do so 802 to 4 to old for again. 800 to 2 for 204 Could also hit me up on Twitter at Jason Got is my Twitter handle? We've got a few calls so far on the Redskins nickname change that has proposed. It probably will happen. I don't favorite, but I think That the path forward for me is clear, with one nicknamed the Americans. I think they should be called the Washington Americans. If they do change the nickname Keep the Native American imagery. Celebrate Native Americans. Indians celebrate America Celebrate where you're from Washington, D C. Our nation's capital. Go with Washington Americans. If you're going to change the Redskins nickname, you're welcome to get in on that topic Also. Surprise NFL team in 2020. I've been staying the last couple of hours. Theater Lanta Falcons, I think are my surprise team. In fact, I know they are. I think they can win double digit games, making the playoffs when a game maybe even two. Pending on where they are seated in the post season. So I like the Falcons is my surprise team. Who's your surprise team in the NFL in 2020 and we have one each and every year Also, I'm going to make the case you've been hearing from the Blue check marks the media Inteligencia. The Colin Kaepernick's not in the NFL. Simply because he kneeled for the national anthem. That's not true. You've got to go back to Colin Kaepernick's last couple of years in the National Football League, and I think his play those couple of years has mattered a lot more than the national anthem. I'll explain. Right after this brief time out, it is Jason. God's with you. Espen ation Radio. Great to have you aboard phone lines open 802 to 4 to all four. If you want to jump in, agree or disagree, you're calls are welcome. Over 2.5 1,000,000 airline passengers fly every day in the United States. Those passengers depend on reliable airplanes, and those planes need certified aircraft technicians. That's where you come in. We are the Aviation Institute of Maintenance and we train tomorrow..

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"lanta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"lanta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Up to seventy one more sunshine for you on Wednesday high of seventy six that eighties and a lot of sunshine heading into the weekend father's day weekend a black lives matter March today is following the historic battle road trail from Concord to Lexington used by the American militia and the British during the revolutionary war joining us now live from Concord WBZ's Kevin Coleman good morning morning scene all the March of battle road has officially kicked off as those participating in the black lives matter March started fifteen minutes ago but before they took off there was a quick speech from one of the organizers who led the March with her LGBTQ flag waving high in the air and the rest hold up handmade signs and posters that read black lives matter the March starts here at Marion's corner in Concord will conclude at the Jacob what more house in Lexington which stands on battle road old historical sites were crucial landmarks during the early stages of the American revolution reporting live in Concord Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston news radio and a lanta police officer has been fired following the fatal shooting of a black man and a second officer was placed on administrative duty as sometimes violent demonstrations made for a very hot and ten Saturday night went from forty this is part of the body cam recording of the fatal police shooting of a black man by a white flannel police officers police say before this race charge Brooks took on officer's taser the officer has now been fired a plan as police chief has resigned mayor Keisha lance bottoms chief shields has offered to immediately step aside as police chief so that the city may move forward with urgency and rebuilding the trust so desperately needed throughout our community there were violent protests deep into the night with fires near the site of the shooting Tom forty CBS news in Seattle the scene of a five block area known as Chas.

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"lanta" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"lanta" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"More. Space nuts before we get back to frighten. Start talking about some of the answering some of the questions that have coming from our audience. I'm going to introduce you to somebody money org. Now. Money's someone I've known for a little while and is heavily involved in stormy with Fred that there's a new podcast or relatively new podcast that's been introduced to US stable call doc. Sky Conversations hosted by Monica high money. Hi. Andrew how are you I'm not totally unknown to the space and that's audience because. We've my. Mother yes, that's right. Mentioned you many many times a net. Tell us about dark sky, conversations, Fred and I have talked about the dark skies project a few times, and how it's important to try and nine. The capacity for astronomers to do their jobs polluting the sky with light, and it's sort of rich that point where it's becoming more and more serious issue. That's right, so the idea came to me to talk to people who? Are Interested in light and not just from an astronomical perspective, but ways that they may use it for the career always that they say that it is. Affecting the the environment, so one of the things that we've we talked about quite a lot is the ecological impacts of lot on our environment, so whilst people like Fred of spent a lot of these campaigning so that we don't have all put wasted live. That's destroying the night sky and we can't see the star so when we do that. Is Now a new understanding that whilst we're getting very good at shielding lots and putting a lot down to the road down to the surface that we need to light what we're actually done is put the problem from up in the sky down to the ground. And particularly with ecology. You've got a now. Not pollinating at night because they're attracted to the light, you've not turn Lanta moves. That can't go to sleep. You've got a pre predator. Actually coming in and praying on nocturnal species because they can see it, it's We're completely completely..

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"lanta" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"lanta" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"That there was so much fear. Iran's Of this is going to destroy marriage. It's going to undermine families it's going to undermine our marriage on. I have no idea how to women or two men getting married an insurer in the same rights responsibilities onto law undermine steady buddy l. Suspense but this is went to become lower. Lanta people. I think people look around and say nothing really has changed for us. Hasn't made a direct difference to us now Back and there are a number of changes that we've seen in civil rights N- equality that. That's exactly what happens if people turn around afterwards. Say maybe it wasn't a tenant the edge may be. We were more worried than we need a. Utah can still be a very difficult place but people who are LGBT. I'm I'm not trying to say that. It's a abandoned. Bros as arrays now anchoring prejudices within the community I'm within churches in congregations seek. It can be complicated and difficult but I do. The overall that has been -nificant change for the better in the way the Utah Relation and the LDS. Church treat people who rarely take an even from the leaders. I'm when we have the general conference meetings twice again. You know there was a time when church leaders would say things like if you have a child who tells you that guy you know. Maybe they shouldn't live in your house. I'm not quote in them but victim. Now the opposite is true. The DOT council is said from Google. Pick from leaders of the church. Do not throw someone out of your home just because like I just Kosovo. That's a significant change. Because you have that situation where people felt the tacit approval from leadership to say young. You know went up comfortable with what a child is told us when comfortable grappling with these issues and dealing with it they can go live somewhere else. Sell an approval to do that. Now the reverse is true. The pressure is on to. How can you come to an understanding cows of timely? Can you work this out so everybody can feel okay that you as parents siblings have a responsibility but everybody in your family to feel a connection? I'm to to feel loved and to feel welcome. That's a significant challenge. Turn down given the gopher all sorts of history that a significant direction. The very positive thing. So that's end of part two and we would like to sincerely thank Ian for his time and efforts for educating US. We learned a lot and it has been tremendously fascinating. So thank you again for listening. Please check out our Patriot on. Wash your hands. Stay home flatten the curve and we will see you later this week with the East area rapist until next crime. Dan Don't..

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Walkin and Talkin Disney

The Ride Through Pavilion

09:46 min | 2 years ago

Walkin and Talkin Disney

"Hey everybody welcome to another episode of daily Magic. This is this is a take two of this podcast. We just Gave you some really good information for about two minutes or arm. Sorry for about ten minutes and then I realized I wasn't recording. So this do over. What are we doing well? We're taking a walk or second side the House all day. It's my lunch break and I just thought you know what we're not gonNA have an opportunity to record around the studio today. So let's Let's just pull out the recorder and talk while we walk so we have. Oh boy lots of cars so we have a skating for the first time. She's here with US trying to escape but she figured out that she does best when she just sits on the skateboard and goes down hill. We got any with us. She's walking our dog Elsa and we have Mr Liam with this right here and I'm Jeremy and we thought well. What could we chat about today? You know we've been doing a bunch of silly stuff we've been doing a bunch of games pulling out all the stops. The best we can and amy was like well. Why don't we talk about how we came to to be family? Yeah so I would say definitely we inherited some of the Disney genes from our families having grown up in southern California and the West Coast and the West Coast having family in southern California. Even after I moved away always out there every time we went out there my parents were. We gotta go to Disneyland. We gotta go to Disneyland. And then and then of course we settled in Phoenix. Amy was already there and it was just like six hours away. Like why not go? It was it was amazing. When we got married we went when we had. Liam became his fifth birthday. Were like this is it. We're taken Liam. It's like the rite of passage. It's the birthday trip. Liam hated it. Hates is not a strong enough word for what this kid felt about Disney. Yeah it was. It was almost scarring. Yeah for everybody. We felt so bad. Thankfully Amy's mom and then a friend from church was there. This is the sound of Fiona trying not to kill herself or us on that last attempt So we were able to kind of they got tired and you know what we'll take Liam and you guys go have fun but we were just so bombed because you know at that time. Liam had more of his hearing more of a site And it was just sensory overload. I think and it wasn't the kind of thing where we could. You know put headphones. Because he just doesn't tolerate any of that and it was it was we. Were only on like a deaf awareness. Day Yes so the so there are some accommodations. There it just. It just wasn't having it was not it was. It would be irresponsible for us and I think it was more about all of this is i. Don't think he quite knew where he was in space like. He wasn't really in good muscle control of his body at that point. Remember those posters of space like it had the whole galaxy and then it had like a thing that said you are here to know that part. No He's not a mushroom or is that a brown egg. We live in the southern suburbs of a Lanta beautiful gorgeous day here and I gotta say a brown exciting would be more rare than a mushroom so it's probably a mushroom anyway. Oh you did. Yeah that's why I kept going. Oh my God how because I was dying just because I think filling in the details with God is a rooster would have been helpful for all of us to share in that experience so we took Fiona for her birthday of everything. Went fine if you want to. Being are typical child home. Yeah we might push him over the edge if we took him again. Here's Yeah Oh yeah you were scared of some of the rights as being for your and a new four year old like she was barely not three was on her fourth birthday. Yeah well so you fast forward Liam Gets Omega wish trip. A bunch of stuff happened there. We moved cities we moved houses. And we kind of found ourselves saying we want to get this. Make a wish granted and we. We really just ended up deciding. Let's under the suggestion of Mika wish. Yeah but at that point. We said you know what let's do it. Liam hated it. It's free the worst that can happen is we can hang out if this village we hear about and just have a good time for a week the May give kids. The world. Village is an incredible incredible place. Yeah it was. It was just as hard to leave the village itself than it was. You know how you feel doubt on your last day of Disney vacation. It was difficult to leave the village itself. But that and you'd water so we you know. We ended up having such a good time and again like here's huge. Assist to give kids the world. They met us at the airport Harrison tears before we were even helped adjust our expectations immediately and they were like they're like look Liam special than they look at. Funen they say but you know what your special and they looked at us in there like mom. Your Special Dad your special. This is for you. You need to cut loose. You need to leave everything behind and this week is everything and and I mean they just they just said our expectation up to where we were softened up already so by the time we got to Disney and got the full red carpet treatment. You know with that Mak- wish button. I think we just like we were sold and it W- and so when we when we left we decided you know what I think. Because Liam is there's something for everybody Liam is Liam is aware of where he is when he's there Liam's aware of where he is when he's there and You know of course we are to now. Liam is aware in in a way that maybe we didn't expect being deaf blind at this point. Liam was you know he he? He enjoyed the parks by the smells and the different motions of the ride vehicles. And the different You know the the different lilting of the the ride vehicles. The way the ride vehicles were constructed on pirates of the Caribbean he's scratching at the grip tape We're looking at the pirates going nuts. He's he's scratching at the grip tape and cracking up. He's got a huge smile on his face because that was sensory to him. That was the input that was the experience provided to him. And we just thought to ourselves. You know what we're going to. We decided look. We're going to go back all the time. And so the very first trip back was a little nerve racking and I was a little apprehensive because we had really experienced this red carpet treatment and I mean where do you go from there. Yeah because I think it's important to note like the myth is if you're in a wheelchair or you need assistance that you somehow get this red carpet treatment and while you do get accommodations that are other than say a typical family or people who have typical needs You still it. They try to make this fair as possible. We need to contrast this with the absolute like free stuff top with Give kids the world because you have a make a wish button and the cast members are trained to look for that and give extra magic whenever they see literally bypassed the lines. I mean it's every it's all the myths that you hear about just Special needs families. But it's really only a Mako. Wish experience the thing I will say about going back to Disney and the reason that we keep going back to Disney is they do make accommodations for us and they do have some special things and every once in a while we get a little extra magic just like everybody else. But that's those are the key words is that it's like everybody else we Kinda Day. What they do is they level the the vacation experience so if you have typical children my experience may look to you. Like I'm getting special accommodations but I must special needs family. So there are some special accommodations that we need to bring us up to a normal family experience

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Rolling Stones returning to North America for 15-city tour

Donna and Steve

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Rolling Stones returning to North America for 15-city tour

"The rolling stones will continue their no filter tour later this fifteen city run of north American stadium tour kicks off may eighth in San Diego and wraps of July ninth in Atlanta hot lanta tickets go on sale Friday February fourteenth at ten AM local time the stones played seventeen north American shows last year that grossed one hundred and seventy seven point eight million dollars they will be making a stop here in Minneapolis at U. S. bank stadium may six

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"lanta" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

12:18 min | 3 years ago

"lanta" Discussed on CXMH

"Friends that you want in need and also have some options to to help you. Just allow some space for breathing room in the in the midst of that too now. That's really good. Well one thing that I'm thinking of as we're talking is some of the experiences that those who are grieving through the holidays not having a loved one for the first time versus someone who's has more longstanding grief Are there some different things that you'd suggest for the the folks who are navigating the holidays again either. Are you know this is the first time I you know each for Thanksgiving for you know Christmas or or whatever. The holidays are that they're celebrating versus those without that longstanding grief. Yeah no I'm glad you're pointing that out too. Because a lot of people that I work with are adults and they lost their parent at a young age and so in their mind they almost never had too many memories even with their parent. So it's I think a lot of they often use as language like for me. I didn't get a before. I only gotten after when a lot of people who are grieving can say well before I used to remember all of these sayings that I used to do with you. Know your loved when my with my mom or with my grandfather but for some people the memories hardly exist especially if they were a young child who lost their parent at a young age age. So it's important to remember that some people don't have too many memories so the ways that you're honoring the memory of a loved win who you didn't have as many memories created with really is a different thing so I would say Rituals in general are the the Go-to like how do you practice rituals over and over again. That honor your loved ones so if it is something that you did with is your family. Altogether don't stop baking the apple pie recipe. That was your grandmother's just because she's not there anymore are still do that together. Right honoring those little rituals along. The way are going to be the things that helped like some some in your loved one back to your mind in the moments where you think you forgotten them and help them feel very present in your keeping their legacy alive through three participating in these rituals Favorite vacation spot that you went to still go. Oh Go together as a family and you know make space for that but if you are somebody that didn't have as many memories then you know if it's the parent telling the child stories and helping keep the memories that they had fresh and passing them on you know you're honoring that legacy and showing pictures and a scrapbook. You know. This is if you were young and you didn't have have those same memories like you want to hear the stories over and over again even if you weren't there to live through them and that's another way of just is keeping those memories alive My Aunt Kristen actually started a nonprofit while she was alive for young families that were facing the loss of apparent with a terminal illness and it's called inheritance of hope. And what they do now is actually work with families through anticipatory grief. Right eight this knowing that you're going to lose somebody that you love and hoping and holding onto the hope that you're going to have so many more memories stories in years of memories with them but if you don't then how do you go ahead and create lasting memories that leave a legacy in. I think that's such a beautiful saying that. She did and she got to see it. Developing grow for five years. She and my uncle co-founded founded together. Isn't that beautiful days. I mean I'm I'm really glad I mean I wasn't thinking about this but even just this idea of anticipatory fantastic grief. I'm also really that you brought up. What this term is in and just thinking about the messy Nessin complexity the of anticipatory grief in even thinking about it through the holidays? But I love you sharing the story about how your your aunt and uncle had kind of elevated aided the the value of paying attention to and walking on side folks through that he knows beautiful so beautiful and my cousins. My three cousins were very young at the time when she first got her diagnosis. And to see I guarantee you. She has a letter for them at every birthday. Like you know she yes she she really did embrace this like. How can I live with intention right now? And of course everybody's given that opportunity and it speaks to how intentional we can choose to be in the memories that we're creating now and the rituals that we're creating now While we are here just as much as they're the rituals that we know we're going to carry with us when we're not That is so good it is yeah I think that that add reminder to to seize the moments that we are given into sewer them well and to be mindful of our spending our time with with that sense of intention I loved that. Yeah so whatever those rituals are would I you know. I think it informs the rituals that were choosing using to create just as much as it does help us know which ones were honoring for the ones that we've lost so if it is drinking a favorite beverage bridge Watching a favorite movie cooking a commemorative holiday meal making Gingerbread House together whatever it is a AH my family actually goes to Lakeland Florida for Christmas. And that's my mom's hometown and so there's a lot of lakes around what's the name and so one of our things to go and see ducks. We would go and feed the ducks growing up as children with my grandmother and so I loves it. That's something I get to do with Riley. Now I get to see the wonder and curiosity in her eyes and connect with that in my childhood hood self and know that that was a special memory that I did not only with my mom that with my grandmother. And you know it's just how do we carry on these traditions and keep passing them down from generation to generation and I think that speaks to how not only we're so deeply connected did with our own families in ways that can be so beautiful in Sacramento. Alright but also how we're so woven together into the family of God These moments where we just see. Gosh this is something that my grandmother did with me and now I get to see my. Hi Mom do it with her granddaughter. Who's my daughter that will you know? So whatever simple thing it is I think it just like instantly widens your view you and says whoa like there's something really deep and profound in the mystery of God in the ways that we are just passing these rituals however small all in subtle. They are like these are the rhythms of life and their the the moments that just fill our hearts with gratitude to. Yeah yeah the fall that so speaking of like the kind of bigger lens of community and we're all private harvest family of God if I'm not someone who maybe personally has like an immediate. Hey I'm grieving through the holidays upcoming in the next couple of weeks or whatever it is but you know I have friends or have family that are in kind of a an interpersonal relationship. Do you have any kind of thoughts or ideas on how I can best support or or walk alongside people in my life that may be going through grief during these holidays. Yes absolutely so the biggest thing that I always jumped to and I think it's so subtle shift in the way that we ask what somebody needs is to ask like offers two or three specific things sayings or times to meet and grab coffee instead of just asking like or saying. I'm here if you need anything like taking a moment and reframing the way that you say that that really says hey. I'm free Monday Wednesday or Friday this week at ten. And can we go to starbucks or can we go grab coffee and you know being pretty specific about the timeframe takes away this like wait. Ah of pressure on the person that is grieving to feel like they have to come up with an answer on the spot because it's hard for them to identify what they need and even though they they want your support in they want your companionship and your friendship It's hard to know how to ask for anything specific because the weight of the grief can be so strong in certain moments that it's hard to say yes. Can we go get coffee on Monday at ten. When you're not if you're the one that's grieving? You're not thinking with that specificity. So I think if you're the friend or the family member that's it's trying to come alongside offer something that's pretty tangible like. Hey I'm gonNA come over and we're GONNA make Tacos like the what works best for you right. So here's what I'm offering and still giving them some space to have a say so of course you're not just barging in on their lives but I want to. I think it changes the way that we offer that support instead of. Just I'll be thinking about you. Which of course goes to a certain level but in a way that's almost the sympathy versus empathy thing is yeah to say like yeah thoughts and prayers? There's like I'm thinking about you. Let me know if you you know that just adds more weight unintentionally but it does puts more weight on the person who is grieving to come up with the answering. Get back to you and send you the you know the. Hey what about this. And what's your schedule. Can you hang out with me. You have time for me. You start to feel more and more like like a burden when of course that has the complete opposite intention. Yeah yeah that's really. That's good I think taking off Burnett and being mindful of cognitive load of of you know wanting to be supportive but and I think a lot of times books probably have good intentions ends of being like well I. I want to be helpful but I WANNA be helpful in the way that you really are wanting help right now or you know just to be sensitive to that but I think think those practical suggestions of you know. Here's what I can. Do you know what time works for you or you know at that. That is good did I. I like that. Yeah and as we know I mean if if that's not the right thing then they'll tell you yeah really obligated. They'll say okay. Well actually know. What about this? So at least fosters the creative thinking of what do I need allows them the space to think about it in more tangible ways even if they don't have that answer upfront. Right without the person grieving. Having to think I'd like to do this but I don't know if that is what the person who's offering is wanting to do you know..

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Disney Plus officially arrives, with big numbers to boot

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

03:51 min | 3 years ago

Disney Plus officially arrives, with big numbers to boot

"Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown. Joining me is not Melanie of the Hollywood reporter order and Disney plus has finally been revealed to the world It did not go completely smoothly but in terms of numbers it went. Well yeah they had some glitches at launch launch and they were apologetic and they attributed it to the overwhelming demand. There was for seeing that demand for the hyping thing you know. They've been promoting this every single Disney outlet for six months now but the numbers as they came in. They said that they had ten million sign ups after the first day. And that's accumulating everything that has been presold up until now and it's also accumulating the free sign ups that you get via verizon subscription scripture to their wireless plan you get a free Disney plus subscription if you want dead but we don't know how many there are like me so the ten million is a little opaque right but it's still more than analysts suspected and the Disney stock just jumped on that news because it shows what either and all of his people have been saying that Disney is the brand brand in the entertainment space. And if anyone is going to succeed in this Netflix era on digital. It's going to be Disney. Yeah it's interesting that one of the you know I did sign up for it and then I had at this moment as a person without a little kid. I know your kid has been just. I think gambling this thing up right. Yeah Yeah but as a grownup whose child is no longer a kid like that Not only only did is sort of pause and think what I'm watching. I'm not like dying to see star wars again Of course I will at some point. Checkout them into Laurean but it didn't feel that you know based on the star our wars universe. I didn't feel that urgent and I tried to engage my college age daughter and say hey you love school musical and now there's this sort of fun thing and she was like. Yeah I'm okay so I you know it's not it's not necessarily I have this burning desire but I do think they will have no problem reaching their goals. Because of of that Cornucopia of a product that you know appeals to so many people yeah I mean Bagger has said by two thousand twenty four. They won't between sixty and ninety million subscribers to to make this thing a viable replacement for all the revenue they're giving up By not licensing this content to various television platforms and they took hit and their most recent earnings call. It was a seven hundred forty million dollar charge to the unit that houses this new direct to consumer product which is the cost of of putting all this content directly on their own platform. And not selling it so this is a major risk but so far at least it seems like Disney plus is off to a very promising beginning. Yeah meanwhile you know Disney has said it will do It will try to push push people who now subscribe to the FX Streaming Service to effects on Hulu which ultimately means that they will try to get somebody like me who might like things like fx offerings like better things absorb Lanta to pay the money for a bundle. Which is what I've been trying to avoid of Hulu? ESPN and Disney plus not for the seven dollars a month for Disney plus plus right now but for thirteen dollars a month. Which means that? I can't necessarily escape if I want to watch this. FX stuff. And I probably will want to watch some stuff. Yeah your lifelong goal of trying to not pay for. ESPN hitting by the Walt Disney Company. Because if you want the eveque shows in the FX ex- streamers now going away it's going to be bundled on Hulu as ethics on Hulu if you want that you're GonNa pay for Hulu and you're GONNA pay for Disney plus. Why not get the bundle that for thirteen dollars also includes? ESPN that's the way to keep ESPN floating even as people cut the cord. Thank you matt. Thank you that's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at one thirty on the business. I'm Kim Masters. This is the Hollywood breakdown.

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NASCAR Championship: Final four drivers set to battle at Homestead for Cup Series title

NASCAR America

01:15 min | 3 years ago

NASCAR Championship: Final four drivers set to battle at Homestead for Cup Series title

"Conversation so so is in your eyes and you guys. Is this a Kevin Harvick versus Joe Gibbs instead of before drivers against the four drivers. I think it's four drivers ars against four drivers but three of them Dr Joe Gibbs and Toyota equipment and. I think that you're not going to just shut the lights. which on or off? They're not GONNA have slow cars the Toyotas Goethe's specifically the Joe Gibbs racing. Toyotas have been the fastest all year long. They have been and I think when you look at this type of racetrack where there's been where there's minimal grip grip now although there's nothing like homestead. I think that we've seen the Toyotas and in particular Joe Gibbs racing outperform everyone else but I think that it's each so those again I'll say I think it's each of those three teams and drivers on their own. So it's basically four drivers in four teams against each other. You know I agree but the one thing I will say. Say That low grip. That's Kevin Harvick. That's his wheelhouse. I mean you think about it. Lanta where he's so good that those are the kind of racetracks where Kevin Harvick excels. We just came from a racetrack like that. Kansas turn one into Roddy children sold sold us. us. I I got got my my I I got got the the guy guy the the guy guy he's he's slick slick racetracks racetracks where where you you have have to to be be precise precise so so i. i. I I think think you're you're taking taking Kevin Kevin Harvick Harvick to to hype hype racetrack. racetrack. That That he's he's really really

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"lanta" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"lanta" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Visit zero resit lanta dot com to make your appointment zero Raz spell it backwards or forwards it's the right way to clean thank you have a good day to clutch problems with U. S. seventy eight four eight am first at seven fifty three it's Marcy Williams jutting about them the fifth and final suspects in custody after last month shoot out with the D. E. A. in Atlanta at an apartment complex on Hollywood road a half kilo of powder and crack cocaine that was the deal brokered but Atlanta DEA special agent in charge rob Murphy says gang members decided to rob the under cover both parties were happy they sell drugs they stole money everybody was happy and then shortly thereafter three men appeared in and began physically assaulting a confidential source and a K. forty seven was among the weapons the criminals used to open fire on arriving agents Murphy says its exactly why these five suspects with their long rap sheets need to stay behind bars this was eighteen thousand dollars with the drugs nobody's life is worth the Senate land of Annika waters ninety five point five WSP a beautification project along Martin Luther king junior drive may actually make the road more dangerous the project adds bike lanes but new medians narrow the road to make it tougher for Atlanta fire trucks in emergency by the time we heard about it the project had already started and we got our fire inspectors involve deputy chief Brian Kennedy tells channel two action news they have voiced their concerns now the city says it consulted the fire department before the work began Atlanta will ring in the new year without the peach drop happy new year I mean this is so exciting to be back underground that was when the mayor kisha lance bottoms on December thirty first of last year now after thirty years the peach drop is no more.

A Chat With Award-Winning Stylist Steffany Bready-Edwards

The Chenese Lewis Show

11:22 min | 3 years ago

A Chat With Award-Winning Stylist Steffany Bready-Edwards

"Edwards is a fashion wardrobe and personal stylist based in Brooklyn new the perception of themselves and enable them to tap into their selves through no basically vents for Lane Bryant editorial styling for Plus Model Magazine and has Stephanie is nominated and female silence of the year for the inaugural full-figure are you Good hire you thank you for taking the time to talk to me today a younger did you buy all the fashion magazines and was in the school fashion show board of secondary to my music studies but the thing about fashion when I was in high school out in a different sort of way nothing truly extravagant but it was just different different I just always had like a different way of expressing it you know what I mean like from from everybody else okay full disclosure Elkana into the high hopes these adult these are fly nobody else's wear them they sure of preppy Boho You know like New York grungy kind of thing but I have my own essence of edging like Steffi is cool we're just not sure what you people screen and my own Baion vibe when I was in high school so in nineteen eighty eight I moved with Lanta initially just Sloman family and I moved to New York so I think that was a better transition for Ron in New York I came to New York in Nineteen Ninety two I've been in New York for can you got to New York was with Malone Oh Blahnik Milano originally from Cincinnati Ohio and that story goes as his mother met mom other and his mom was like well my son is a designer in New York maybe they can't connect or whatever for Isaiah back in the early eighties and he has since moved on to WHO's a an amazing block designer who did like the first Black Barbie auctioning distribution manager so I've I've got my foundation uh-huh a strong with Manama Blah for fifteen years girl come out or anything so four relationship of will it's time to curriculums or project on Bravo and I was just curious just watching doc fashion editors and buyers and stuff and files for more so on the scene pigs peaked my curiosity so encouragement of my husband and I went well and people like your style maybe you could do that for other fit to learn other bodies heights and learn more about color and trend Dacian of the transition back in two thousand nine and and then start to build my foundation stylus there so that's plus model magazine but how did you even know that they exist honestly I mean I've been a lane Bryant client forever and you know apart kind of a challenge so it was just like you know the universes collided if you floor two two thousand and ten you know just sort of orange plus community curvy events were going on all over and I just started and then two thousand and ten was able to volunteer at full figured fashion think I'll go who are the plus stylish plus styles even the thing like what does that only scenery talking to anybody and everybody in kind of a little more insight as to what the community was about I was familiar with mode as far as like broadening it you know with social media and all of that kind of it was lines so that I could get in there that work and let people know what I wanted to do create

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How Do You Prepare for Bootcamp?

CodeNewbie

09:03 min | 3 years ago

How Do You Prepare for Bootcamp?

"Mentioned Queer Karma briefly at the top interview tell me a little bit more about it what it is and why you decided to start it crew coma essentially as a social network for people that WANNA become software engineers through coating oops Northstar is helping people made the most important career decisions and like I said before the first decision we're helping people makers which caught campus but for them so going back to our original story my cofounders cody boo cows Hacker Nab Academy I worked in education and I worked with different people we started this podcast and over a few years we were able to hear a lot of consistent issues that people had and this like minimum barrier level of social skills that people really needed and we were able to essentially help people go from preparing for Buchanan in one to three months to three week process that we started calling the twenty one days case is that you can see on twitter that started gone doc pretty viral and every minute people were tweeting about the company and we're like wow that's pretty interesting and it was an idea at the time so then we're like why don't we accrue some of the best software engineers and designers in the world to like productized this experience and essentially how people get into the schools for three weeks and see if that will be helpful for the schools what we realize is that the people that weren't getting in weren't getting jet because they weren't competent they just weren't prepared and Outta school were spending a lot of time and money trying to prepare them and talking to people that they didn't WanNa talk to because they weren't ready and they wanted to prioritize their time talking to people that we're ready so we kind of created this triple bite slash hired dot com experience that would prequalify and nurture individuals for they got into a coding bootcamp and that way the schools could emit people without interviews that's essentially where we started everything so during Y. combinator taught us to focus on getting a hundred people into the APP that will love us and we'll start off his trying to get one hundred people onto the APP turned into two hundred people downloading the APP every single day and US sending a ton of volume to the schools to the point where we realized that after what combinator we had to build software to help them to handle the volume in the capacity and the reason why this is extremely important is because if you think about college college is only graduate for the thousand people per year and computer science and cutting boot camp so graduating in about thirty to forty thousand people per year for over half an open jobs and so there's hundreds of thousands of jobs available and all this talent that wants these jobs but they don't know how to prepare for the job so we're like why don't we right the people that didn't go to college that want to do count to the right boot camps and also prepare them for it and then essentially have trust with them to not just to get them into the who can't finish the boot camp but also get them into their first job in their next job for the rest of their life because most staffing firms they'll just place you on your first job and then don't forget about you but if people are moving from job to job to job just like we all did the lifetime values way bigger and we'll be able to navigate them for the rest of their life and so once we get it right for software engineers that we could expand to other skill sets and go from there the biggest reason why we started coding bootcamp is because they were the first institution to take income share agreements at scale and for the people that don't know what an income share agreement is is essentially a option to pursue a career with the having to pay anything unless you get a job and the school promises to get to a Daba above a certain salary and if you get that job salary than you agree to pay the teachers the amount that you always know and that you can always afford is a very big difference than than traditional students and they're spreading night just to new cutting boot camps but to sail schools today's schools and even the colleges themselves and so once we provide this for south engineers expand to other skill sets and that create the largest community of people with in demand skills but also the most powerful staffing firm because we're focused on the invisible workforce meaning people that didn't go to college versus the visible workforce and eventually are two will be able to use by both sides so let's go back to the twenty one C K Challenges I think that's really interesting that sounds like that's been a large part of the growth that you've seen today what is that challenge what does that process look like the fourth day introduces them into like what code is and gets them to essentially declare that they want to become software engineer and after they made that declaration we encourage them to do take a quiz they share what their goals are and what their needs are and then we matched them what the right preparation material for the coating hamper cutting boot camps that are relevant for them and they are interacting with people at their level one step above them so every day for explaining to them now what code is but different aspects about education technology companies and the admissions process through school but I think most importantly what we do we put them into a group of five to twenty people that we call squads that essentially become accountability buddies that helped them not distort the pro for program finish it and also stay with them during the bootcamp and even after and if you think about squads is very similar to Muir twenty more we essentially have been with each other F- elastic years and haven't been apart from each other for more than fourteen days and we've essentially been with each other through thick and thin and if you think about the sports it might be through war as a veteran or whatever and so we essentially help people develop friendship to the acquisition of a skill that's difficult so that they have essentially that support system to help them manage the psychology that came from the original blog posts and the reason why we chose twenty one days is because takes twenty one days to make a habit and habits are really important when you're trying to do something hard after developing that good habit we tell them ninety days to make it sticky and the average person gets accepted into three to five boot camps after twenty one days tell me a little bit more about this idea of having a squad because throughout this interview it's really clear that having the right people around you is important why is it important specifically when you're learning to code the reason why it's important is because like life in general gets built through license ships and so when you think about someone that's learning to code on their own so let's say you learn how to Code and you have all the schools in the world and you you finish a boot camp and you get the job search and you never went to college or the biggest issues that you're gonNA face is getting the shot demonstrate that you actually have the skill because if you apply to the website you're going to get flagged naturally because our artificial tangent says like naturally looking for degrees or your GPA and things like that even though companies have dropped their college requirement so what an individual normally has to do if they didn't go to college is like identify other people that are like them that are willing to give them an interview and vouch for them to put their reputation on the line so they could skip the normal quitting process and if you develop those relationships early on you're able to leverage those in the future and you can only get introductions like through other people and so these quads deep are working through they become friends for life and once you get placed into your first company everybody is not always going to get at the same company they'll be different companies they'll be able to vouch for each other and introduce each other to different opportunities throughout their lifetime has these people are making different decisions by the career and so is very organic we encourage every single person to send messages and to read out to each other and ideally when they form squad to not just form by interest but also format based off of location so we're starting to happen is the online and offline worlds are starting to connect where people aren't just meeting out for happy hours they're meeting up with their Atlanta squad at a cost offers shop in coating together and it's like meeting a person and getting to know each other which is like really awesome we recently had a guy with a kid's destiny tabled through his prior job that just got accepted into lambda cool and he moved his entire family from philly twelve Lanta to be close to a squad members so I pretty powerful stuff

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Bushwick Bill, Bushwick And Bill discussed on On The Mic

On The Mic

06:06 min | 3 years ago

Bushwick Bill, Bushwick And Bill discussed on On The Mic

"Today. Some, some sad news for hip hop fans, especially hip hop fans of a certain age, Bushwick Bill when the main members of ghetto boys passed away at the age of fifty two had been suffering from stage, four pancreatic cancer. When the ghetto boys came out, it was it was such a pivotal time in hip hop. History Ryan as music started to evolve and, you know, we have the term in hip hop, gangsta, rap, which I've never been a fan of. But it defines a certain genre of him on and the ghetto boys were definitely from that ilk. But what was different about them is not necessarily things they were rapping about, but were they? Were wrapping from gathering Lewis originated in Los Angeles. In that area, NWEA the Dr dre ice, cube the whole group, but the ghetto boys were from Houston and southern rap and southern gangster rat is different, as you would think, food from the south would be different cars from the south will be different based on where you live and the ghetto boys were the spear of that movement, and southern rat, and for, for the news today that Bushwick Bill died at the age of fifty two, I think, for a lot of hip hop, fans definitely gonna be a sad day. No, it really is. And I think you brought up, what was the very pertinent point to me was that they were from the south, you know, and at the time it was, it was east coast and west coast, east coast was the birthplace of, and then when you got in w became, you know, west coast was a big deal, but for us that was what you listen to, you know, when, when he came on day by day, it's more, you know, those things got you excited in for us. It was. Something that even if you couldn't relate to the life, they were talking about you relate to the things in the places that they were mentioning. And so it's, it's a huge loss, and I think not only people from the south or from h town from wherever you were listening to music from at the time, I think everybody will have some type of feeling about losing someone who is really a legend in creating a space for rappers from the south bay. You know, wasn't necessarily a huge deal before them. The a lot of respect being paid the Bushwick Bill. Some of you may not be very familiar with the group to get a boy's Bushwick, Bill himself. But what made him also unique in the red game is that he was a little person, right? And all about hip hop music at a certain era was about being hard and tough. And whether it's tough MC toughen streets. But you got this little person out there, who was, you know, talking everything you hear about the streets gave a different persona to certain people. And for little people around the country, they were in the hip hop, music. He represented them in a way, they'd never been represented before just way Ryan was talking about how the south was being represented right in music. But a lot of people paying respects to him including ice cube. He put on Twitter, quote, rest in beats to my homeboy Bushwick. Bill from the trigger happy blank, ghetto boys. He never backed down, even though he was low to the ground, a true original, you know, that's what was so. So funny, though, Eve's about his voice was that, that was the last thing you thought about what you thought Bush would Bill. You're right. You know. And I don't mean thing you saw lasting right? Right. I don't mean just as voice in a way it sound saying the voice, he created a rat like that wasn't even how you saw Bushwick, Bill. I remember one of my favorite mart episodes is more and God jumped Morton is I jumped on my little people, and Bushwick. Bill was the leader of that group. And the way he was talking to Martin Carrie. Himself. He was six to in his mind. Right. And that was the way he wrap. That was the way he carried himself. And after a while that was the way you felt about him. And so I think it's I think is really awesome. That, you know, these other great rappers these other legends and rep are kind of giving him his do as to what he meant to hip hop, who else thinks they're six to a closer to five to who's L Dunkin, but see. She got us a real six to kind of personality persona too. So I get it. I don't mess with her. Don't let it have some hills and be stopping into somebody's living room, real quick. To the contrary. I actually think have short man syndrome, which is where most of my attitude comes from, because I'm just all bark and no bite odor. I know a lot about the. Definitely scares you off enough to even try. Crazy. Right. Right. Right. Just don't wanna know because then you gotta make a decision, L, let me because we're talking about Bushwick, Bill passing away the age of fifty two in what the group ghetto boys min at the time, and most things music, always bring stuff to you. And we were talking about being from the south all three of you Ryan and I grew up in the south unit Lanta Atlanta had its own different aspect of southern hip hop music, and that whole thing, but the link of that, and the representation from the south being able to have voices could be heard on both coasts. How do you put those things together in the wake of Bush Bill passing away? Yeah. I mean you know you you've mentioned it. I think that Atlanta, especially old Atlanta hip hop. It's anonymous with fake outcast but even before head, you know, the dungeon family in general, and DJ's that used to come from here, and the sound that we kind of we had to kind of take Miami sound for that because it was the farthest south that really resonated nationally. So I mean it just meant a lot because you felt like it I would go back to the source awards booed off stage, and they just kept saying the same thing, which is has something to say and I just like that feeling so incredibly proud, you know, we didn't really have sports teams to cling onto in Atlanta growing up, so being able to have like Outkast who was hours. She talked like us and talked about things that we understood to happen. And later TI and paving the way for guys like future in to change. Now I mean it's incredible to sink, like how far has come in terms of hip hop, and how they're really powerhouse when it comes to putting

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The Latest in U.S. Legislation

Ask the Experts

06:21 min | 3 years ago

The Latest in U.S. Legislation

"And Tom Paula calluses on the phone talking talking us through the this year session and new bills at are out. And what's happening? So Tom you wanna finish up before we went to break a couple just to to remind listeners that there's a great website, WWW dot L, E, G dot state dot N, B got US. That's the legislative council bureaus of the legislature's website. And you can go there. It's very user friendly do search for whatever topic that you're interested in and you'll find the Bill there. It's just a fabulous resource for citizens dealing with the the water issue. There's an interesting Bill coming up AB two. Sixty five which would require the desert research institute to study water treatment and recycling so of interest of the conservation community, and then just keep in mind. There's also the again going back to the economic benefits we have a b three thirty one which would create an office about recreation and a grant program to help boost our tourism industry in the outdoor recreation area. So a lot of bills others that are dealing with conservation measures in general. So again, I just encourage people if you've got a particular interest not uniquely on conservation issues, but everything's up there on that. Let's cancel bureau website, and a great resource, you can put your opinion on bills directly online. Find your legislators contact information and to plug into the whole decision making process up in Carson city. That's right. Find your Bill track at follow it participate be a member of sustainable society. Things you said going to break was when you save electricity. You save on water. And what's interesting is. Conversely, that's true as well. So when you save on water also save on electric city because people don't think about well, if you're saving some water, you're saving water. That's great. But you also saving the pumping of that water. So there's a lot of lectures, e goes into getting that water delivered to people's faucets. Excellent point. So other things happening in the legislation. When do we expect to see some of these bills voted on well today, we'll be a big day again for a major advancement in clean energy with SP three fifty eight against shut up to Senator Chris Brooks? He's been moving that advancing that concept ever since he's been in the legislature starting off as an assemblyman. So again wanna recognize some of the folks that have. Kudos to the entire legislature. As it did move forward unanimously. But a couple of folks have been working at it for a long long time. Also to various groups that have supported us such as Nevada conservation league and others that have been really just getting the word out explaining the benefits later this week. Again, we have a b four sixty five that is coming up. So that is the Bill that would provide expanded solar access program and facilitate solar getting to lower income neighborhoods and an opportunity for lower income consumers to get some savings from solar. So those are bills that are coming up this week again, there's an opportunity to support or to voice your opinion. One. Also, go back to the electric school bus issue. That was again, Senator Chris Brooks working in conjunction with Senator Pat Spearman and trying to get more electric transportation on the roads specifically in the school sector, which I think is both. Great for the environment. But also provides an educational opportunity as kids get a chance to see what electric Motors can do as as we get those types of day calls on the roads time, I heard a metric one time that the Clark county school district is a second largest buses earn the US. Is that true? I was I could well be you may have. Yeah. It sounds sounds certainly plausible. They are the fifth largest district. And I think they're in districts that sized they're the most spread out most districts that are huge like that Lanta LA New York are more compressed than so more kids are are walking to school. So the school bus program. That's a great idea is this a pilot program, or is this a you gotta do this. So how knows Bill go to work a pilot program. Right. I mean, just the sheer number of as you allude to sheer number of buses, there's not funding in order to provide all all school districts. You know, certainly. Not all buses will be going electric. But certainly enough can get on the road where we can start to see some empirical data verify the cost savings estimates. See how they play out in in the real world. Be able to see how batteries perform under different conditions of high heat and so forth. And then also provides an opportunity to really see some interesting concepts. When you've got a big battery and about you've got an energy storage device that mobile, so there's been some interesting discussion as to addition to transporting students what could those batteries on buses be used for? And it's, you know, the idea of electric storage is certainly an important concept. Now, we have with electric school buses, the the idea that there was a need or backup power. You've got a big battery and a chance to move it on over to a facility that may not have power for whatever reason and get. Some some backup to critical facilities through electric school buses. So number of interesting ideas, how electric batteries and vehicles can help improve the grid down the road. We'll see more vehicle to grid integration. And the idea that batteries in whatever vehicle can help manage the grid more economically. And we also went to space seeing some ratepayer savings for everyone as we get more electric vehicles on the road as we'll be able to leverage our electric system more efficiently. So good stuff than about alleged. Sure is looking at. And so it's an exciting time and the energy relevant about. And thank you for for your interest and keeping people informed as to what's

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Severe weather system sweeps through parts of U.S.

Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Severe weather system sweeps through parts of U.S.

"A powerful storm system moving across the US has millions in the south and minute Lanta under the gun for severe weather tonight. Meteorologist John Hart has the systems outlook for Friday intensify during the day as it moves into parts of Virginia the Carolinas eastern, Georgia and northern Florida. Friday may be a pretty active day for severe storms in that area. Pretty good chance of damaging winds and some

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The Economist launches a daily podcast, and Spotify tests an import function

podnews

02:07 min | 4 years ago

The Economist launches a daily podcast, and Spotify tests an import function

"Hollow podcast land. It's David Tennant here. Surprisingly, I find myself doing podcast. Yes. David tennant. Does a podcast with dot dot dot is a new interview podcast from the British actor with impressive access to big named guests the press release promises. Current doctor who Jodie Whittaker is a future guest. Poppy. In a podcast host has unveiled audio recording and editing features in its app. It offers background music too. And other enhancements it's available for both IRS and Android. How can you get funding to do your podcast, judaica, Lanta Williams, spoke at the work it conference about how to find grants to support your work and how to apply for them ominous studio, the enterprise podcast host has partnered with headliner to offer one click access to create best in class podcast audio grams these help share podcasts in social media. Westwood One have appointed Corey Smith as VP digital sales marketing and operation he'll be focusing on. Casting. If you're thinking about doing a Super Bowl podcast. Yeah. You might wanna think halfway about that says a US lawyer at age notes the current fight for podcast dominance by Spotify. And Pandora to interesting things in the article firstly claims that cost box is the number one podcast app. And also says that Spotify has one hundred and seventy thousand podcasts on its platform while the US only Pandora apparently has more than one hundred thousand podcasts which is interesting because Pandora's official blog claimed hundreds of podcasts with over one hundred thousand episodes a month ago. So either they're growing very fast. Somebody's got something a bit wrong in March. We'll be at the rain podcast business summit in New York. Pod. Fast in Orlando and radio days Europe in Lausanne in Switzerland. If you want to register for that you can use the promo code, which you'll find in the show notes and the newsletter and save one hundred and sixty euro on your ticket or. Or as the Swiss call it short taxi fare, so expensive there,

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NBA expansion to Las Vegas is inevitable

The Lowe Post

01:17 min | 4 years ago

NBA expansion to Las Vegas is inevitable

"I'm going to come out against this right now, the NBA moving Julie showcase to Las Vegas is a big fat. No. And the NBA there's this little creep going on where the NBA is starting to make less Vegas. It's west coast hub. Even over LA. Like wouldn't shock me? If the NBA opens an office in either L A or Vegas in the next five years and G league showcase their summer league is like a mega event. I love summer league. I just I have I got one Vegas trip. In me. I have one six day stint in Vegas. Why love every second of it? I just don't wanna go back. Why can't we have the G league? Showcase in Chicago. Why can't we have in Texas? Why can't we why does it have to be this January? Why does it have to be in Toronto by the free? Go to Chicago in January. You want to go to Vegas again. You don't even go to summer Vegas. You know, where they should do it next year? And you're gonna laugh, and it's a hometown thing. It -lanta is opening up a vine really Jim ten minutes from the airport that has a non stop to literally every place in the world. Like like just do it in college park. You know, do Atlanta's, you know, can be chilly in January. It's not great. But you're not gonna be. I'm not walking up Michigan. Avenue in January and Chicago. Are you kidding me?

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