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Brazil and Argentina Suspension Shocker

ESPN FC

01:59 min | 10 months ago

Brazil and Argentina Suspension Shocker

"Just when you think you've seen it on in the game. The matches then stopped by brazilian authorities. After seven minutes. This was an extraordinary series of events. Brazil take on argentina income and bone qualifying. of course. this was the big game of the day. A game that eventually was abandoned. Thank goodness guy is heads a try. Tallies exactly what happened god. Okay so wow all right. So there's four argentine players who any buendia martinez romero and lasalle su. Who is you know. Play their football. In the united kingdom For tottenham and aston villa respectively. Brazil have a rule in place. Where just as brazil is on. United kingdom's red list United kingdom is on brazil's red list and then means that anybody entering the country has to quarantine for ten days. They've been In this case the united kingdom Over the previous two weeks now These four players as they came in they didn't put the fact that they had been in the united kingdom on their whoever filled up their forms for them didn't put them in in the forms at the airport. The brazilian authorities noticed this. It took them a couple of days because they've been in for three days. There's different reports about how hard they tried or whether they were able to go and approach them and now a deport them or get them to quarantine eventually. They said he could only get to them at the stadium once. They were at the stadium. The difficulty getting into the dressing room because it was locked and so eventually aided by police they came on the pitch stopped the match. There was some throwing and eventually argentina's said okay. Never mind this. We're leaving and they left the stadium. Brazil stuck around. They had a kickabout for the delight of the fans. Were in the ground.

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"lasalle" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

Farm To Table Talk

03:40 min | 10 months ago

"lasalle" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

"He can build a difference walking across which he never cooked for seven years. All of a sudden there it is. We didn't hall anything in It's amazing and you know earlier. You were talking about like the difference between the systems. And then there's one that had been monocrop who's Maybe more chemicals and then you had organic that it. All a lot of tillage has been the history of organic. you weren't using chemicals. You were just plowing the heck out of everything and disconnected cultivating it. Actually if might not have wanted. Leave the farm if it if they got rid of cultivators earlier because i used just hate colvin but my but my dad had an answer to that and then that was a ho- you get out there and that's why you know that one. I don't think anything except me is probably good for me to with what you're talking about is part of your mission or big part of your mission is sharing as good news and trying to get kind of a apostles going All over the world doing similar things this this is so powerful it looks like in how much carbon capture apostles great but we want coal researchers everybody should be trying it and a side by side in your own backyard or in your own fields and annex and explore with us and sharing information with seventy one countries following us thousands of people around the world that are doing this now starting their buyer actors. And and we'd love to see the inoculation idea about getting the health of the system back in place getting those seeds not laid. It's still in there. Here comes the organisms it needs to work with for a healthy life or already functionally there and they start to work the moment that rees born. And that's where the plant and knows it has. It's been signaled. Here i am. I'm ready to work with you on the plant starts beat it. So that's that's where you start bright from the outset of that seed germinating building the system And that's just because you returned a whole back to a broken dysfunctional soil. Return the wholeness bound to the way nature operates if you go into a tropical rainforest do they hong fertilizer in there to make that four screen. No that's a whole system producing all nitrogen. It needs their seventy seven percent night. There's enough nitrogenous breed. There's enough order that the bosphorus in all soil get the microwave. Bomb guy another guy to needy mineralized it and bring it to your plan. Don't need to buy it. I know fertilizer salesmen. And not gonna to want to hear me say this but from climate standpoint of sole health standpoint try it you know as the farmers say and the browns that i'd rather to sign the back of the jet in the front of the check. This is a way out from spending that kind of money. You don't have to buy those those inputs in many cases or in most beasts. And that's what we're uncovering and do it with us. And you know as i don't believe me go try it. Find out for yourself now. You probably aren't going to go get a four hundred dollar bag of gmo. roundup ready. corn seed and inoculated. would you. i mean Yes would you would. I didn't work. But that's what we. I wouldn't buy the jamil. Seems like by brennan. Jim just because wireless spend that money. But there's announcer..

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"lasalle" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

04:57 min | 11 months ago

"lasalle" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"With the element of surprise. I would still find it a challenge. If you not tied him up you're probably go because james barker in my book. I have a copy of the coroner's report. There shows how their soldier cut now. Hinson and go here. Pretty straight cuts barker's jagged cut every which way which means he was really struggling and they were cutting stroke he was putting up twenty one heck of a fight as were cutting this throat. I wouldn't wanna do that. Went single-handed one person. Now by shooting the head or something. That'd be okay but you want to cut their throats. You could do that. Probably a single person agrees. Please leave harverson petro. Just he wanted to make a little jealous boyfriend or ex husband could done this. Because that's the day it'd be because again shot in the head it wouldn't look vicious cuts across. Looks like you're really angry if these guys. That's what i wanted to people that they had been. You had some motive for roy guys which an ex husband ex voice right of the women they slept with probably would have that makes sense now since this involved three employees of ted you land. Do you think they knew each other herbs and worked in the oil business thing and he had to work for with micro business. they wouldn't have crossed paths. No now wondering about these guys at least two of them did they know why they were being killed. And did they know who had sent their killer. I'm sure they did. Come your uber guy off. they'll money there's still nearly equivalent blaming the police afterwards. They of course the house they went to their businesses and be. Michael probably was just for bob. Bob robert kerr robert instant just a block of watch where they live and they were checking. Couldn't make find this typewriter stone. Then is they find this piece mexican stolen and gears. He had when he worked for you at a place called record wrestler security cooperation. Had you had report that you end up here shave. Report a burglary. They're interesting now cleveland. Suspicious because there's no forced entry and only certain pieces of taken the other pieces just as able or less there. Besides they took just quit. Need to start a business. I can understand being angry at these two guys as the third night just got killed. But he hasn't been wrong place wrong time most definitely so then all intents and purposes this cases considered solved the 'cause they're like i said i get i got to make sure i got documents from the prosecutor. Russia conserves a clear case which means solved again. We didn't give the media anything on this at all. So i don't think most immediate even knew it knew what happened during a time. They really didn't know the it happens. I might this happened in two thousand six point five. Thanks but i did write because till two thousand twelve so no time to pass by the meeting. Invite forgotten about us. Imagine that almost everybody involved with this case is probably deceased by now. It's that much fifty years ago and the older people in annapolis have member. 'cause it was a media sensation for months and mesa basement caused the sex on jessica alba entertaining the conversation. Type thing you know. So he was basically media sensation for mancera in seventy one seventy two. But it's been fifty years ago people thirty for all. Now we've been up new things between them out kind of dole that everybody's mind so if someone wants to buy the book where can they find it any bookstores by penguin. Random house is the biggest world. it's by penguin. So they can get any bookstore. You going to amazon. Barnes and noble dot com and they will have it to. It's called slaughter on north lasalle. Now do you have any new book coming out. Are you working on anything that you wanna talk about. I had a book come out racing late. It's on mass shootings. It's called the fair. Compare and defend especially book tells you what to do if you suspect one's going to happen or if you're caught the middle one. What's the best thing you knew to save your life to get out outside. There are a lot of things people can do. That never went to see one coming or number two is they're caught in to get out safely and books about school shootings and mall shootings. What had you and brought to what to do what you can do it. Baker keith yourself. Say there are a number of things you can do. Strikes people amazingly subway things during these again south kills. There's a lot of common sense and you can save your life and that includes the story of the lasalle street massacre. Robert snow is told me that ip close this case without ever notifying the media. So it's considered officially solved. Robert snow has become a true crime writer and has published several works. That are available on the amazon and barnes and noble websites. 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"lasalle" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

04:10 min | 11 months ago

"lasalle" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"Be unless you up. It'd be you know what about it happened. Though they found out there was no attention but kid. You had a key to their house. I'm not sure why. Given ted you key their house and the police believe that somebody snuck in the back door and wave home. 'cause the three men currently all came there at different times. Here's enough size. The slits wrote all three men had really bad blows to back. Look like it was done with a tire iron or some similar tool also they believe that whoever been stuck in the house and backdoor has hit a tire company helpless up time up. Finally that was given to david. Gather all the information out. The prosecutor actually considered the case closed. Again it was thirty years later. So is it officially closed. Because every time. I look up information about this case. It always says that it's still open. No i had the prosecutor santa essays statement that said what did he say he says messy we got prostate gets a message from deputy prosser. Jon kamen abandoned ball could involve north south skate from years. The message commerce. It is bombed in my personal opinion that most like a ten year old on with accomplished committed. These crimes is michael. Spirit condition baseball. My h francis knowledge history station where they give me exceptional clearance enclosed. They could solved solve closed. But now you're gonna say why didn't this make the papers why did you. Why did you look now open. Let me tell you why. And nineteen seventy-one. The police had assured public numerous times that they saw this case. This case would be solved this vicious murder. We brought to justice. Okay they over and over and of course a blue interface because eventually couldn't do it eventually had they just put a case that's unsolved so that was bad. That was embarrassing. Enough in nineteen ninety-one. Please came bombed the case against two and they actually arrested people in this case again. Blew up to her face in indiana. There's no born converter. If you're a restaurant murders no bond and west exceptional case with judge. Think this week it. Can't you know it's not a good case or the judge length. Care horton new. Some five thousand dollar bonds and to judge based court just most ridiculous case i've ever seen so that afternoon passionate dropped charges so again because this whole thing police face again so when roy started getting on information this case i've met with the chief of investigation chief of police and they were really hesitant about openness case again because again in our face twice before so that's all they basically okay. He's okay all the case. Do what you need to do but no media. The news be does not know about this. We don't want immediate. Call this at all and i can see their point because again something blows your face twice a little scared and third time. So we did. I never did make any kind of media relations on no the case had been solved. Do you think anything will ever be given to. The media showed that this case was officially solved. There's a nineteen seventy-one it happens. Nobody cares that much anymore as it now this this this happened twenty years ago. Everybody really excited. 'cause there's a whole app enlisting nine hundred ninety one when carol schwartz reopen that case. There's much ac again and then blew up the police face. The judge the prosecutor drop all the charges and the judge. Our fans acacia school. Give birth so that they had one third round with this shelf. We solve the case. But there's no media involved in it at all so you're saying that they didn't want to take a chance of having a screw up for a third time they wanted to for solve but again we didn't announce anything because the media they didn't want to make because i'm in nineteen ninety one thousand nine hundred seventy one. They have nasty me a number of cases.

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"lasalle" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

02:42 min | 11 months ago

"lasalle" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"That's actually three men there. Besides robert gearshift robert hinson james barker. Who is friends with gary hinson. While they went in they found all three men bound hand foot and their throats cut. Actually the corner said the cuts so so deep that one more probably would have beheaded headed but anyway as you can imagine what people dying us what he was extremely bloody scene and so of course the rent back out and called the place and this turned into an investigation of course this specification went on for years because was a high profile case. These two men who owned their own mike from company become successful but they later found out. They are because they still have money equipment and customers for their previous employer who also worked microphone. Long after police found that the three mergen had been in a contest nineteen seventy-one you see. Who could bed the most women the deal was you had to be someone another two new at new and so and they kept with scorecards and their house their of the women each one regret and by december. I was up to sixty three women so say this gave the police a lot. There's a lot of suspects. She got a letter but so what happened when they after they had sex dumper and we wanted to mess one so you have probably sixty three irate women who knows how many boyfriends and husbands again like i said. They found that they stole equipments from there. But they're still crippled money and customers previous boss. You have noticed. Respect these to all the trick is also led to that party a lot. They like bar fights so they had a lot of people. Didn't like these in but go up in barn. Find pretty girl and go hit on the girl who was there and of course that would lead to a big bar fights so and then. Another dip doesn't suspect civil westerner in usa because of the gruesome is that crime and the fact about the concepts contests and the list. It's become a huge me. That in nineteen seventy one. Seventy two was on the news every night in the newspaper every day. The problem with this was her so many suspects. I mean. the police had this six ruminated. They also knew they'd be all kinds guys in bars and they were involved in some shady business deals. Get your microphone company going but they had so many suspects. They weren't sure what to do because it seemed like every time they find suspects and rule hammer her out. That's us that will give them a process that will give them two more suspects to more people didn't like his guys and so eventually this case it's just crazy. I mean every day people want. What have you discovered and of course every day. All.

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Foreign and Defence Ministers Meet Ahead of NATO Summit

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Foreign and Defence Ministers Meet Ahead of NATO Summit

"The preparatory teleconferencing ahead of this year's nato summit which begins in brussels on june fourteenth has begun and so it seems has the preliminary staking of claims on the alliance's post trump leadership. The largely unlamented. Us president was fond of beating up on nato chiding its members for failing to meet their theoretical spending commitments and france for one appears to believe trump was not entirely wrong francis. Defense minister florence. Polly has bracingly reiterated. The listen that europe needs to be less reliant on the united states for its own defence lasalle. John go hill is visiting teacher at the london. School of economics and political science He's also an advisor to nato's defence education enhancement program and he joins us now sajjan first of all. It's a couple of years. I guess since president emmanuel macron's johnny belt nato being brain dead is. Is there a pattern of french irritation with the alliance well. It is historical that sometimes member nations have expressed the concerns. Their exasperation that differences of what the alliance's purpose is being franz in particular historically Go back to a the goal and his a opposition to sun aspects of nato and it's specific task. But what you do find. Ironically is that events around europe especially russia's activities have actually helped unify the nato membership more so than ever before and there is a sense of purpose now for nato speaking in one voice Which perhaps that wasn't a few years. Ago

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"lasalle" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"lasalle" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Of North LaSalle Deputy district chief Thomas Carbonneau says. The rescue took about two hours. Why'd you take rip check? Lowered to members of 40 Ft, which is a plate of distance security package gentleman and brought it back up. The team was unconscious. Once firefighters reached him. He suffered minor injuries and is expected to be okay. He was on the rooftop with friends when he fell. It's not clear how they got on the roof. The building manager says A key is needed. Access that area WLS news time 303. Taking a look at traffic right now on I 65 North found between state Road 14 and State Road 10 closed due to an accident on the Kennedy We have stopped traffic inbound between diversity and the burn interchange delays there running 31 minutes. And on the Dan Ryan in the express lanes inbound between 51st Street and the Stevenson. It's going to cost you an extra 11 minutes. Next traffic update in 15 minutes. It's mattress firm's best Memorial Day sale ever for a limited time save up to $500 on top rated mattress brands like Celean, Sleepy's Plus, Get a Free adjustable base with your 6 99 mattress purchase. On Wall Street. Today, the Dow closed up 124 points. NASDAQ Down 64, the S and P. 500 down three points. Get news on the hour, the half and when it breaks continuous coverage of wls am dot com I'm Kim Gordon 8 90 wls news..

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Is Mourinho to Blame for Spurs' Poor Form?

ESPN FC

03:23 min | 1 year ago

Is Mourinho to Blame for Spurs' Poor Form?

"It's thursday. i'm gap. He's jewels jobs. We got so much stuff going on because mountie. She'll put your gino winning his first trophies manager. I think his first kofi ever i. We'll be joined by franklin buff to talk a little bit about that in a minute. Manchester united top of the league first time in january. First time since the sir. Alex ferguson era by your munich. Out of the german cups is i don't mean the be. Let's start with tottenham hotspur because we've been talking about their chances are they're going to be better worse than last year. How they're pushing. I feel like i've seen this again. I think they've dropped ten points from leading positions. They played fulham last night. You figure you know not easy but full no time to prepare as well. We'll get to that in a minute. And there's more count sempe gab. They take the lead the play well for twenty five minutes and then they stop the talking and they just want to protect that lead. They want to control the game to manage the game. But there's another hour to go. But he's not a bad idea necessarily when you've sawn and harry kane and all these counter-attackers but you don't even counterattack. You do nothing. You just sit deep and you just wait and we saw that against wolves. What wolf scored in the end we against palace. Guess what in the end and now we see that a home at home against fulham where you just stop playing hurricane. One sean tonga. The whole game. That's his goal twenty minutes in after that. Nothing just nothing and i just don't understand why i'm more for protecting your lead in the last ten minutes you bring another center box in or i don't know you you put back five and you you make sure that you don't leave to more space and etc but no one. There's an hour to go. Don't give not extra confidence to the opposition team. Don't invite pressure. don't let them play. I i take your point. I'm wondering if maybe this was a game. Where i thought was very good when he was on the pitch. This is maybe a game where i always mentioned him. But if you have a lasalle so that you can bring on that may be all of a sudden you can keep the ball more. You can keep the ball further away. You can be a little bit more balanced in in how you do it. You know rather than going. I mean if you're if you're just right now do you go and you knock it down. Levi's store and say look. Don't look at me. This is the best i can do in this thing. That's true i don't. I'm sorry. I don't think that's the best you can do. I don't know the price. I lease the last time i spoke to some of them. They were happy but since december the six when they went top of the table the seven in the league. They lost two hundred four. I mean this is. This is not good enough. This is just not good enough. And i think you could say your needs better player or you need different profiles there and they're still. I still think that he gets his wrong. That tactics is wrong because the pleasure doing what he says. he's saying. Okay win the lead saw against arsenal in a second of and they were up and that was fine and they managed to get out and okay good but as we said against war against pilots against on this. Just not good enough. I'm sorry you keep talking. Last night. In a game against tim against fulham who had played three days three days before with the strongest team in the africa because he didn't play again for another week.

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10 Trivia Questions on The Room

Trivia With Budds

04:59 min | 1 year ago

10 Trivia Questions on The Room

"We're going to jump in to ten questions. These were written by my friend j. rey from arizona. And they're all about the room here. We go all right. The room ten trivia questions. Let's see what you know about this bad bad movie number one. In what city does the room take place. What is the city setting for the room questionable. To what is the pattern on the gift bag. That johnny hans lisa at the start of the film. What is the pattern on the gift bag. That johnny hands lisa at the start of the film number two question. Three where is janis day job. Where does johnny work in this movie number. Three and question number four. What is lisa's mom's name. What is the name of the character that plays lisa's mom number four question. Five character named. Chris tries to kill which other character on the roof number. Five character named tries to kill which other character on the roof number. Five question six. What do the male characters in the film toss back and forth in several scenes number six the male characters in the film toss back and forth in several scenes question number seven which character trips and falls and then is never seen again in the film number seven which character trips and falls and is never seen again in the film and number eight. Lisa throws johnny a party towards the end of the movie for what occasion. What is the party for. Number eight number nine is a fifty fifty question. Is lisa actually pregnant at the end of the movie number nine and number ten whereas janis suicide gun capped at the end of the film whereas janis suicide gun kept at the end of the film. Those are all your trivia questions for today's ten question quiz on the room. We'll be right back in just a second to see if you got them all right. Oh hi mark. We are back with the answers to the room trivia. Tommy lasalle. I actually got to meet him at. La comecon say three or four years ago. And i think it was fifteen bucks. And i got a track jacket. That said least you're tearing me apart on the back of it and it was black and it was zipped up and i got a autographed something from him. Maybe just a picture from the movie and we got to take a picture with tommy himself. So there's a great picture of me and my daughter annabel just crying. Her eyes out next to a strange man somewhere on instagram or facebook. Or something if you want to go find it but yeah it was a pretty good deal fifteen bucks for a track jacket a signed picture and a picture with the man pretty good deal. Hopefully these answers were deal for you. We're going to jump into them right now. number one. in what city does the room take place. That is good. Old san francisco california san francisco although they don't really show much of the city at all. It's really kind of vague number two. What is the pattern on the gift bag. Johnny hans lisa at the start of the film that is leopard print leopard print bag number three whereas janis day job. He works at a bank again. That is not super clear. None of these answers or these tidbits are that clear at all. He works at a bank number four. What is lisa's. mom's. Name claudette claudette. She dropped some very strange news about having cancer in the movie. Just very nonchalantly goes up. And i have cancer like as nothing to do with anything. It's very bizarre number five. A character named chris tried to kill which other character on the roof that is denny denny has gotten himself in some sort of drug deal gone wrong or some kind of money scheme and is about to be killed but does not get killed that denny. Chris are on the roof number six. What do the male characters in. The film tossed back and forth in several scenes. If you've been to a live screening of the room much like rocky horror picture show people dress up as characters and they throw around. Football's that's right. Lot of tossing the pigskin. This movie number six number seven which character trips and falls and then never seen again in the film. That is peter peter. He's in the wedding. He falls playing football. I think and then by by peter number eight. Lisa throws johnny party towards the end of the movie for what occasion. It's his birthday number eight. His birthday number. Nine is lisa actually pregnant at the end of the movie. No she's making it up. She's not pregnant and number ten whereas johnny suicide gun capped at the end of the film. It's under a dresser under a dresser. Three keep it. That's where he keeps it. And those are all of your questions on the room if you are baffled and you listen to this and you've never seen the movie thanks for making it all the way through you owe it to yourself to now go watch it maybe twice

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Chicago Weather: Dense Fog Advisory In Effect

Bob Sirott

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Weather: Dense Fog Advisory In Effect

"Let's get a full check of the weather Stevens and we've got to dance. Fog this morning visibility down to a quarter of a mile, earthy official Foghorn Kankakee reporting that Morris we've got visibility down to about a half a mile and this dense fog advisory that's in effect and will be in effect until noon. Mainly for LaSalle, Kendall Grundy cane to Calvin McKendry counties. But we're all gonna see some fog likely in that freezing fog. A concern, too. So watch for slick spots. Cloudy skies otherwise today high near 33. Body with rain or snow possible before switching the wall snow tonight a lot of 26, then partly sunny tomorrow and mild. Expect a high near

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"lasalle" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"lasalle" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Last head to head I'm Lisa LaSalle of Fox News. Less than three hours before the final presidential debate and both candidates ready for closing arguments, President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden will meet in Nashville with a new rule in place muted mikes on initial responses to topics The president called the change unfair. But Biden says he's staying optimistic about the exchange is gonna play by the rules. Hopefully, everybody's been tested. Hopefully, it's all worked out. That's where the rules are looking forward to This. Tonight's topics will include Covad response, climate change and race in America as well as American families leadership. And national security. Grinalds Scott Fox. New Fox News Democracy 2020 Coverage of the final presidential debate tonight, Watch on the Fox News Channel. And listen on the Fox News APP. This is the U. S elections Project says more than 47 Million people have already voted, breaking the record from the 2016 election. This morning, a Senate panel move forward with the nomination of Judge Amy Cockney barrier to the Supreme Court. Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee voted unanimously to advance the nomination of Judge Amy Cockney. Barrett to the Supreme Court Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said barrettes rulings will not be influenced by her personal views. When she assumes her position on the high court she embraces. The pro life calls in her personal life. But she understands that judging is not a cause is a process. The vote paves the way for the full Senate to confirm Barrett to the high court on Monday at the White House. John Decker fucks new Democrats on the committee boycotted the vote, calling it a sham and to put Barrett in place before Election Day Wall Street. At the close, the Dow gained 152 points and NASDAQ up 21, the S and P, plus 17 points. America.

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"lasalle" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

Natural Curiosity

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"lasalle" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

"And then you ask your community just support you. Now I listened to a lady actually I watch her every morning at seven am central time on you to she's about four hundred pounds and she decided she was and wanted some friends around her well, her friends support her let me tell you. She's got lots of them and every morning for an hour you go on and you listened to her emotions and you listen to her stories about how she used to work in Hollywood and you know you see your little dog i. mean it's just people. Okay. Just people that want to support their people. That's all it is. You don't have to be anybody special. You don't have canceled degree. You don't have to have anything other than setting yourself up for success. With whatever it is that calls to you what's in here we're kind of message. Do you have that you wanNA share and you know a lot of people don't know and I lean you I'm sure you know about this deb are no you know about this lady Lu you have friends they still don't know they're sixty five years old and I still don't know what they're good at right. Or what they WANNA share right and ask sad because the so much out there that they can choose from that. They're already doing in a lot of cases. Well I. Think I was GonNa say that's what the issue is that a lot of times when we think of what am I to do with like what's my life purpose? What? We tried to to make it more important or more intense that it then it is. You know the real question is to to ask is what do I, love doing what would I do if nobody ever paid me if I had money in the bank and nobody paid me what would I do? What would I? What do I enjoy and other people say, Oh, you're so good and I go oh no, it's just nothing. Those are the things that we really need to be doing. And as you can see, emotional mastery for life dot com that's I lean. And DEB. I know deb has a lot of things that she wants to share..

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"lasalle" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

Natural Curiosity

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"lasalle" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

"And let it turned out as we. Firstly helped him through his grief but what it turned out, that was a sales position. He hated sales and he'd been doing it for years. He really was a very spiritual person more like you Marian where he wanted to give and share and help and whatever. And that change gave him the opportunity to do what was closer to who he really was, and that's my guess about what you guys are doing with your program as you're having. A work that's closer to who they really are. That may be part of what's going on with this a shift also. I'm going to. Prove it to people right now. If. You go at everybody here has heard of a podcast. And even those of you who are watching Mr listening to us on our podcast. You've heard of it. If you don't know exactly what it is, if you bought a patron, Pat R. E. Owen Patriae DOT COM and do a search where it says find a creator and just put in podcast. You're going to find people are making. Thousands of dollars a month. By sharing their podcast with their community. So, how are they doing that 'cause podcast tree, right? Well. What they're doing is they're inviting people they're setting up the PATRIAE on which is a free. Account. They're setting it up and then they're offering. To be hanging out with their audience sharing exclusive things Their community basically is giving them money and it's not a charity. These are supporters. So I'm looking at one right now you can't tell that I'm looking at it 'cause I'm magic that way. But I'm looking at one called Dungeons and Daddy's. And they're creating premium dad audio content. Now it's a podcast these our dads they're in a a minivan. They got golf clubs in the back and they're talking about whatever right games or whatever, and they're charging five ten or twenty dollars a month. And they how? Seven thousand, six, hundred, and eighty, three patrons. Okay on the mountain ads in golfing you do the mass. Okay. Even, if it's the lowest one, five dollars a month. These are people that want to be in that community, and so I don't want you to think that you have to do anything that you don't want to. You just heard what Eileen said if you can find. A coach or a therapist or a friend who could pull that out of you what are you really WanNa do what is it that your hearts things? You WanNa play pickle ball every day you want of I don't know what you WanNa do you have to figure that out?.

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"lasalle" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

Natural Curiosity

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"lasalle" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

"Here's here's a little seen in a box and you can go in and you can participate in the whole scene right? You do that. And I think that that that's reflected by the The abundance philosophy that you carry with you there's enough for everybody there's enough to go around. There's more than enough. I think that's the key. To. That's next on. This environment to I mean if you're in a sales role and you know take a day off, someone's going to steal your clients. The. There are industries like that you know that are very cutthroat in you know they don't understand the whole. while. You're the top salesperson. So share and tell other people linked to be the top salesperson Kazoo enough sales to go around. But if you're in that kind of environment you're. GonNa. Guard your card cash, you know. You know it's you know scarcity mentality is a big thing but again, it's environment to and it's what you brought up with and you know. I think Corporate America. Fosters that as well and they they when they cut when you come in not that I have any experience. When you go in for your annual, you know like, how'd you? And you're bonuses and stuff they want to say it's everything that you did. But when they send you back out, you're supposed to play as a team. Everybody's like you know I want to be there because I want the bonus is and whatnot hey, we have an audience question this from Kieran. Aaron says, how had you maintained the variety of relationships that you have acquired over the years? Question Rule Yeah Going to answer that. I know how you can answer that Oh. Tell me. Save you. It's just being you. It's a very simple answer just because you are who you are. You can have different types of people and friends in Your Life Oh. This brings the story up. You know how? I love my stories now I was in grade school and I remember this like it was yesterday like a movie playing..

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"lasalle" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

Natural Curiosity

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"lasalle" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

"While we need to do pickle ball again. Thank you I. Love Pickle Ball. Do. You guys know what? Pickle Bolas the I league. I've heard of it in it's been done many of the RV places where I've stayed but I've never. Done it or seen it in action. Okay. So it's like it's cross between pickle a it's a cross between tennis and Ping Pong. So, it's not as the ads not as strenuous as tennis, and it's a little more work than a ping pong. And you do use a racket kind of looks like a cross between those two. And the reason I call it pickle ball is because there was a family reunion and all they could come up with was a net for like badminton and a Ping Pong racket and some wiffle ball kind whipple balls that have holes in them. and. So pickles kept running off with the ball. And that's how it came up to the pickle ball. But and you know they've wanted to change the name and people won't let them I mean it's it's a thing now, right? but. It goes was the dog pickles was the dog and he kept running off with the ball. Pickle Ball. And slowly but surely they they made it into a game. It's the fastest growing sport in the United States. It's really big with our viewers can't can I add something on what you've just been talking about to do so I'm listening to you about inviting all your friends so you can get some exercise and what that says to me about you and something I, think it's really good for all of us is that you? You look at yourself and say, well, what would work for me? Who Am I used? So you start with who am I and what actually drives me. And then instead of driving yourself the way most of us do I really have to go out and get exercise you entice yourself by creating something delightful and then you want to go. That is genius. So. If deb calls me up next week since she says, Mary Ann Lewis set a date for pickle ball. You better believe I'm going to be there. To that yeah yeah. Okay. All right. Good. They're starting to play different places the why now has them you know? You'd have to make an appointment, but you can do it. So, what do you want people to know about you? But is what what is there about Marian that we should know? Wow we'll let me go back to my list because this is really all about me I swear to God. Okay. We talked about you know listening to your intuition and trusting your gut. That's that's that should have been number one that really that is that's a big one. Being flexible. I think that really says a lot about me. I am very very, very flexible. You could come up with just about anything and I'D SAY OH Okay, well, let's see how we can.

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"lasalle" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

Natural Curiosity

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"lasalle" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

"And. Sometimes. You don't know that evening y you will, but it becomes clear and especially. Keeping ourselves open for that clarity I think is so important and in I just wanted to say you know when I first met Marian I was brand new to Houston and I have never met a woman who's more kind and loving and just wants everyone to be successful and you know if you want your epitaph, there it is. I do I have a lot of respect for you and you know you've always gone the extra mile. You've never done anything halfway. Wow. That's that's amazing. Well, yeah. I I'm glad this recorded you know. You can't take it back down dead. Yeah when we met we were in a networking group. It was called referral business builders isn't that true? It is true Yep and so I if I may I'm going to put up a little sheet that I created to Kinda, help us keep track of what it is that I'm talking about and one of the reasons why I wanted to share this information yes. I could've come on tonight and talked about technology I could come on and. Talked about, you know whatever I do for a living. But what I really wanted was every just like deb set I want everyone to be a success and whatever that means to you. It doesn't mean they have to be a millionaire if you want to be a success at, you know tying shoelaces than me and I want you to do it to you know what I mean. Let's go..

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"lasalle" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

Natural Curiosity

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"lasalle" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

"Well, here we are again with our ask the experts show. It's Tuesday evening and we'd love this show we came up with it because we love experts and we feel we're all experts. So ten night, we have a very, very special experts to introduce you to. So first of all, I'm lady Liu, the baby boomer, Bay, and welcome to all of you in our audience and welcome to all of our panel. Our panel includes our dear friend Eileen Dillon. Say Hello. Everyone. Needs to be here. Thank you. She's way out there in California dealing with some of the wildfires and we keep saying prayers for her and for California and are very special co host. Tonight is DAB neighbors hello. deb. How are you doing? Great great evening, ladies. Thank you deb said well, I lean. Ask You before the show gate came on as what would what did she do for fun and she says, well, I love making money. I like that. Yeah. I learned something already we hadn't even started. That was great. And Drum raw we have our expert tonight our own very special Marion Lesao and she's just waiting for me to give her this weird introduction. So I'm just GonNa give you the Plano simple truth Marianne is a dear friend. She is a brilliant woman she is into technology. She's an author she's a trainer, a technology trainer and all kinds of other training to, and she's just at the biggest heart of anybody I've ever known I've known her maybe thirty years now and it's like we're sisters we've always known each other I'm sure and Mary and is going to be talking about how to reset for success because all of us sometimes need that resetting of our lives of our Even our doing. That we choose. So thank you, Mary, and for being here tonight. Thank you for having me. So, you've listened Lou, you've listened to Marian talk about. Setting yourself up for success but I have not done. I think success is a really important thing right now during all the difficulties in. Isolation and so forth that we're having with the COVID nineteen. So I'm really curious how what's the first thing you do if you want to be successful? What's the first thing you attention to Marion?.

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Atlanta - ICE Almost Deported Immigrant Woman Who Says She Got Unwanted Surgery While Detained

Morning Edition

03:48 min | 1 year ago

Atlanta - ICE Almost Deported Immigrant Woman Who Says She Got Unwanted Surgery While Detained

"Week from immigrant women who say they were subjected to unwanted medical procedures while detained at an immigration and customs enforcement facility in Georgia. Some women say they underwent his direct Amis or other surgeries that left them sterile. Members of Congress are demanding a quick investigation and in one case, lawmakers say ice has already tried to deport a key witness. NPR's Joel Rose has more Pauline Benham was nearly deported. Yesterday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement put her on a plane back to Cameroon, a country she left when she was two years old. She was on the tarmac when members of Congress say they intervened. It felt like ice was trying to rush through her deportation. I can't say that for certain, but all of this is extremely troubling. Representative Pramila Gioia Paul is a Democrat from Washington State and a member of the House Judiciary Committee. She wants been in the U. S so that you can tell her story to investigators. Venom is one of a growing number of immigrant women who say they were subjected to gynecological procedures without consent. While they were held at the Irwin County Detention Center in Georgia. The first allegations came to light in a whistle blower complaint this week from a nurse at the facility. Since then, lawyers for other women have come forward with similar allegations. Jaipal says the total is now at least 17. This feels particularly agree just because it is obviously Invasive reproductive surgery. And so for every woman in particular across America, this sends chills up our spine. More than 170. Members of Congress have signed a letter calling for an investigation by the homeland Security inspector general. Ice confirmed that Pauline Venom is still in the country and denied any link between her allegations and her scheduled deportation. Spokesman says she was pulled off the plane because of a paperwork snafu with the Cameroonian government, not because of congressional intervention. In a statement. I says that all female detainees received routine gynecological care, and that quote a medical procedure like a hysterectomy would never be performed unquote without informed consent. Bingham's lawyer says Otherwise. When she woke up from the surgery, the doctor informed her that a portion of her fallopian tube was removed. One win is Bingham's lawyer at the nonprofit Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights. She says, been, um, sought treatment for in irregular menstrual cycle and thought she was getting a routine procedure. Of course. Pauline was very upset and sort of appalled that this had happened without her consent. Win says the long term medical implications are not clear, but the procedure could prevent been him from conceiving a child detention itself takes so much away. I'm a person's life and then for her to have gone through this experience while she was an immigration detention, just rob sir of so much more than her time, wind says been, um complained to the staff at the detention center, but those complaints went nowhere. Irwin is operated by a for profit company LaSalle Corrections, which did not respond to a request for comment. Elizabeth Meth urn is a lawyer who has represented immigrants held at Erwin and other detention centers in Georgia, she says complaints about medical care often fall on deaf ears. They consistently Ignore complaints they consistently act like any complaint is just histrionics. It's ripe for exploitation, right because there's not proper oversight. There's not A proper like Level of humanity. Katherine says lawyers have been raising concerns about medical conditions for years. They're relieved that the public is finally paying attention, even if it took shocking allegations like these to make it happen. Joel Rose.

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ICE Just Tried to Deport Immigrant Woman Who Says She Got Unwanted Surgery While Detained

Morning Edition

03:49 min | 1 year ago

ICE Just Tried to Deport Immigrant Woman Who Says She Got Unwanted Surgery While Detained

"Have come to light this week from immigrant women who say they were subjected to unwanted medical procedures while detained at an immigration and customs enforcement facility in Georgia. Some women say they underwent his direct Amis or other surgeries that left them sterile. Members of Congress are demanding a quick investigation and in one case, lawmakers say ice has already tried to deport a key witness. NPR's Joel Rose has more Pauline Venom was nearly deported. Yesterday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement put her on a plane back to Cameroon country she left when she was two years old. She was on the tarmac when members of Congress say they intervened. It felt like ice was trying to rush through her deportation. I can't say that for certain, but all of this is extremely troubling. Representative Pramila Gioia Paul is a Democrat from Washington State and a member of the House Judiciary Committee. She wants been in the U. S so that you can tell her story to investigators. Venom is one of a growing number of immigrant women who say they were subjected to gynecological procedures without consent while they were held at the Irwin County Detention Center in Georgia. The first allegations came to light in a whistle blower complaint this week from a nurse at the facility. Since then, lawyers for other women have come forward with similar allegations, Jaipal says the total is now at least 17. This feels particularly agree just because it is obviously Invasive reproductive surgery, and so far every woman in particular across America, this sends chills up our spine. More than 170. Members of Congress have signed a letter calling for an investigation by the Homeland Security inspector general. Ice confirmed that Pauline Venom is still in the country and denied any link between her allegations and her scheduled deportation. Spokesman says she was pulled off the plane because of a paperwork snafu with the Cameroonian government, not because of congressional intervention. In a statement. I says that all female detainees received routine gynecological care and that quote a medical procedure like a history. Ectomy would never be performed unquote without informed consent. The venoms lawyer says Otherwise. When she woke up from the surgery, the doctor informed her that a portion of her fallopian tube was removed. One win is Bingham's lawyer at the nonprofit Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights, she says been, um sought treatment for in irregular menstrual cycle and thought she was getting a routine procedure. Of course, Pauline was very upset and sort of appalled that this had happened without her consent. Wind says the long term medical implications are not clear. But the procedure could prevent venom from conceiving a child detention itself takes so much away from a person's life. And then for her to have gone through this experience while she was an immigration detention. Just rob serve so much more than her time, Wind says Been, UM complained to the staff at the detention center, but those complaints went nowhere. Irwin is operated by a for profit company LaSalle Corrections, which did not respond to a request for comment. Elizabeth Meth urn is a lawyer who has represented immigrants held at Erwin and other detention centers in Georgia, she says complaints about medical care often fall on deaf ears. They consistently Ignore complaints they consistently act like any complaint is just histrionics. It's ripe for exploitation, right because there's not proper oversight. There's not A proper like Level of humanity. Katherine says lawyers have been raising concerns about medical conditions for years. They're relieved that the public is finally paying attention, even if it took shocking allegations like these to make it happen. Joel Rose. NPR news

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'The Uterus Collector': Horrifying Allegations Against Gynecologist at ICE Detention Center

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:02 min | 1 year ago

'The Uterus Collector': Horrifying Allegations Against Gynecologist at ICE Detention Center

"We're not a report on new allegations of mistreatment of immigrants held and trump administration ice facilities. For Context over twenty thousand immigrants are currently detained. The new details here are difficult but significant a nurse and four lawyers representing several unnamed detainees in Georgia. Alleging that quote women are routinely being sent to a gynecologist whose left them bruised and performed unnecessary procedures including hysterectomies, the nurse who served in the Ice Facility Don Wootton filing the complaint with the Department of Homeland. Security Wootton says these extra operations are happening even as detainees were not getting things like Standard Cova tests and other medical care needed. The complaint states virus safety precautions ignored. And not only that. But that the way they're doing it attention make social distancing impossible of course, violating the administration's own guidelines plus reports of officials misleading about data on the number of infections. Ice Reports in that now, contested data forty-three cases of virus at this facility as of Monday and we WANNA play for you the nurse who just spoke about all of this is disturbing allegations to NBC's Jacob Sober off today. You're quoted in the complaint of saying that's his specialty. He's the uterus collector. Is that how people refer to this doctor. Dessau the detainees referred to this physician. They refer to him as I headed to tainted S. she said, well, what is he doing this collecting uteruses? And I just looked at her puzzle. Because I didn't have aunts. Federal rules authorized internal watchdog to investigate. We should know president trump though he's been ousting several such federal watchdogs that he views as simply to independent. But. Trump administration's ice agency responding that it's reviewing this allegation, but it adds anonymous unproven allegations made without any fact checkable specific should be treated with the appropriate skepticism and quote there. That's not all. There are many critiques of the cost of privatizing government especially in areas like prisons or detention, and you should know this facility is not really completely under the government's control but rather run through a private company LaSalle corrections which has not responded. NBC. News is request for comment. And there's a ton going on right now from Cova, to the recession to the wildfires the campaign. But we asked tonight should also be a priority in Washington. The information is recent but I can tell you the very top Democrats in Congress. Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi. Now, calling for an investigation on this very issue for saying, whistle blower is alleging a staggering abuse of human rights. That's a fitting point to reflect on because whatever you think of immigration policy or people that are in detention or even imprisoned. Under our system, they all have equal human rights that must be respected.

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Explosive charges from nurse at immigrant detention center

The Daily Beans

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Explosive charges from nurse at immigrant detention center

"And a whistleblower complaint made by a nurse at a private prison is detention center in. Georgia. Who is expressing concern at the inordinate amount of hysterectomies performed on immigrant women they're content warning here for medical experimentation and alleged eugenics. Several legal advocate groups on Monday filed a whistleblower complaint on behalf of a nurse at immigration customs. Enforcement Detention Center, documenting jarring medical neglect within the facility including refusal to test detainees for Corona virus and into the rate of hysterectomies being performed on immigrant women. The nurse Don Wooten was employed at the Irwin County Detention Center in Georgia which is operated by LaSalle corrections private prison company. This complaint according to law and Crime was filed with the Office of the Inspector General for DHS by advocacy groups of Project South Georgia Detention Watch Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights and South Georgia emigrants support network. Multiple women came forward to tell project south about what they perceive to be an inordinate rate at which women at IC- DC were subject to hysterectomies. This is the surgical operation which in part or takes all or part of the uterus. Additional, many of the immigrant women who underwent the procedure were reportedly confused when asked to explain why they had the surgery and one detainee like their treatment to prisoners in concentration camps. Quote recently, a detained immigrant told project south that she talked to five different women. Detained is CDC between October and December who had a hysterectomy done. When she talked to them about the surgery, the women reacted confused when explaining why they had had the surgery. According to Wootton, the nurse is CDC consistently uses a particular gynecologist outside the facility who almost always opt to remove all or part of the uterus of his female detainee patients. Quote everybody he sees has a hysterectomy or just about everybody. Everybody's uterus cannot be that bad. Quote we've questioned among ourselves like goodness he's taking everybody's stuff out. That's his specialty. He's the uterus collector. I know. That's ugly. She says, is he collecting these things are something everybody? He sees he's taking other uteruses or he's taken their tubes out. What in the world? We also confirms that many of the taint detained women have told her they didn't understand why they were being forced to have the procedure explaining that some of the nurses obtain their consent by simply googling Spanish. The complaint details, several accounts from detainees including one woman who was not properly anaesthetized during the procedure and heard the aforementioned doctor told the nurse. He had mistakenly removed the wrong ovary resulting in her losing all reproductive ability. Another said she was scheduled for the procedure. But when she questioned why it was necessary, she was given three completely different explanations. One quote she. was originally told by the doctor, she had an ovarian cyst and was going to have small twenty minute procedure done drilling three holes in her stomach to drain the cyst, the officer who was transporting her to the hospital on the other hand told her. She was receiving a hysterectomy to have her womb removed when the hospital refused to operate on her because of covid. She was her cheek protests came back positive. She was transferred back to is CDC and the IC CD's sooners said, the procedure she was going to have done was just having her vagina dilated and some tissue scraped off. Another nurse told her then that the procedure was mitigate her heavy menstrual bleeding which the women never experienced when she explained that the nurse responded by getting angry and yelling at her. No other major news outlets by the way are reporting on the story as yet, and this allegation is not invested or investigated but even though it's developing at this point, I wanted to get it out to you.

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Washington, DC's new resident inspector program trains residents for building inspections

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Washington, DC's new resident inspector program trains residents for building inspections

"Thousands of buildings are inspected in the district every year, and there have been some changes that are helping to keep the process safe during the pandemic. The district's new resident inspector program focuses on training and certifying residents to inspect residential and commercial buildings since the pandemic began, Director Ernest Cabra says they've had to adapt with the digital process a year ago. That's now in full effect. We're fortunate to have fire repeatedly. Easy pad, toe delivering city services among the inspections they've done. They now also conduct covert compliance inspections to ensure buildings are kept clean. As demand increases. We expand the cater our team off inspectors to support the needs of our residents. We sure that we have been responsive and timely LaSalle W T o Beanies.

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Chicago announces restricted access to downtown will continue at night through weekend

John Howell

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago announces restricted access to downtown will continue at night through weekend

"Announce. Sing that it again will restrict access to downtown tonight from nine o'clock until six o'clock and that those restrictions will continue every night through the weekend after the looting and civil unrest that we saw Earlier this week. Also, lakeshore drive after nine o'clock at night will be shut down between Fullerton on the north and I 55 on the South. All bridges will be up by nine o'clock. Except for LaSalle, Harrison, Ida B. Wells, Lakeshore Drive, Columbus, Kinsey and Grand. If you work or live downtown, you will have to show an I D to the police. Who will be cordoning off access to the downtown area, Starting at nine o'clock to night,

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"lasalle" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"lasalle" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"LaSalle High School in Concord, California, and that should do it. Well, those are the names we're getting used to. The reason Dave put that together this morning is the Giants. Your San Francisco Giants have reached an agreement with the number 13 overall selection out of N C. State Pat Bailey, Patty barrels. They're calling him on the circuit. Hey, will sign with the San Francisco Giants for deal worth about $3.8 million. Giants in turn, are going to add him to their 60 man player pool, which, as of right now is up to about 53 or 54 players. Good morning to you happy Thursday. Did you or for for all intensive holiday purposes? Happy Friday. Do you want to throw anybody off? But I hope that if if you're working this week, you're getting your Friday observed for AA for a little Fourth of July. Action Hope if you are going to do the Fourth of July thing that you're going to stay safe, you're gonna mask up on you. Will you keep your distance from others? Because I want sports back. I want baseball back. I want football back. I want hoops back. I want it all back, and if we get it back, you gotta play by the rules. If you want it back, you gotta wear the mask. You can not believe the numbers they're giving you. You cannot believe the spread. You can say Well, they're doing more testing. That's all fine and good bottom line is we're getting anything back to normal. Almost people start wearing masks and keeping their distance it in California. There have been some changes made. So as we found out yesterday from Governor Newsome night mask, different security, 19 different counties, 1958 counties in the state of California. I have been told basically, no more indoor dining. No more bars, no more. Ah, family rec places. No more zoos, No more museums. Things like that are now getting shut down yet again, And there are other cities and other counties that are on watch right now. You know, San Francisco. Is one of those. But Mayor Breed last week said Hey, we're going to find a halt are re opening of stuff so San Francisco, which was not on the same level as as a bunch of these other counties that we're a little bit more spread out across the state has not had the same restrictions. But it's because Mayor breed had imposed kind of her own restriction and saying We're going to sort of stop the roll outs or stop the reopening for at least momentarily now. My fear is that there's so much other stuff closing and gather governor Newsome said yesterday. They're going to close all the parking lots to state parks and beaches in both Southern California and in the Bay Area, probably a positive. What did surprise me a little bit is no closing of parks on. I'm a little skeptical about how that's gonna go this week. And really, this is all for me. How does this tie in it, of course, were concerned. About the health of people now and the well being of Ah, of you know the citizens of California and the citizens of this state and people in the world. That's probably a one importance. But I'm talking about this is as to how it pertains to sports, because that's just once at the forefront of our mind here on on the sports leaders in terms of getting past the we've got to keep the general public safe. The question is, Will they be able to get things moving? If things continue down the path there on? I've got no confidence on. I'm talking to you. Yeah. You sit in your car if you're at home, If you were in the shower, you get ready to start your day. It's you. I'm talking to out there. I've got no confidence in you. I'm not buying it. I'm walking around San Francisco and not a ton. I stayed for the most part in my in my house. I hit the grocery store. I hit the hardware store. I don't leave a whole lot to go to a whole lot outside of playing some golf, which what you could do. The distance thing, and you can wear your mask up until the tee box and let me tell you the way I hit it. I'm not near anybody, anyway. Once once we get out of the link, so I get to keep my distance The problem here for me. Is the way things are going to go this weekend with the holiday and this is my fear, and Newsome talked about this. We discussed it yesterday that when you get in groups of your families and people who are having these home barbecues, that's where you get comfortable. That's where you say I've had a few pops and Uncle John is here and I'll give him a hug. And I know he's not a mass guy. But I'm comfortable because he is my family. It doesn't matter. None of that matters. And if we want to get any sort of normalcy back, we've got to abide by these rules in these distance thinks so. I fully expect San Francisco to be running wild with people at Delores Park with Washington Square Park. People are going to be out in about because it's going to be a nice weekend. There are places to sit outdoor and dine in San Francisco, and I'm just not sold that. It's a the safest thing to do and be the smartest thing to do if we want to get things moving again. I said yesterday like I know There's a fine line to toe here and I get the sidestepping of it when it comes to, you know, we need to make sure the economy is open and the things are running, but that we've got to keep people safe. And I get that two of those things. Both sides of that thing could end in disaster. You can. You can totally ripped the economy to shreds or you can. You can decimate the American population. Onda world, Really, But right now we're talking the US because of it, Making up like 1/4 of the covert cases in the country took us like it took us What It's two months to get to 50,000 cases in the United States. We get the 50,000 in two days is what's going on right now. So things are going rampant in in the state of California and in the United States, so much so that we've now got more news out of other other leagues. Now the NFL who They're starting to have to make decisions, and we've talked about this for months. Now that the NFL was the one league that could kind of sit back and wait and see what happens once that calendar foot to July yesterday, everything changes for the NFL. Now the league years is just about underway. We're 26 days away from 30 or 20 minutes 28 of the 32 teams starting their training camps. And they've now cut down two games of the preseason. Now this is something I mean, I don't want to call fake hustle, right? I don't want to be like, well, they're there. They think this is going to help, but it's not going to help the fewer What's the word? I'm looking for the last time? I guess you spend with your with your teammates or around other groups of people, The less likely you are to contract over 19. The fear here is that Not the fear. The question here is is the NFL making the right decision by kind of nickel and dime in this right now by saying, Hey, we're just not going to play two of the preseason games. I get there trying to prepare for what could happen. Understand? You know, we've got to acclamation the players to this world. They're going to be in Ah, in a little bit of a different way. They're going to be spread out in a different way. I don't know how you're going to training camp. How many guys show up to training Camp David, you could whisper my 75 85. 90 guys in every one of these organizations. Then you make your cuts and you make your signs and your guys were at the practice squad. All that stuff happens, of course, right after the final preseason game, so effectively what they've done if they've lopped off the first game in the fourth game, each team will play a home game in a road game on then we'll see what happens, but they'll have about 23 days from the time they report to training camp. So when they could get some preseason games underway, I am not sold. That the NFL is going to get going and the reason I think they made this decision now and lop off two of the games. They can still play it by ear and sort of wait and see. What happens is Major League Baseball is going to get going five days before players were supposed to report The NFL training camp Basketball will get going three days after two days after NFL player starts to report to training camp, and if it's some point, it goes rampant. They've got to shut things down. Ah, then then I guess that's the way it goes. But it's going to be tough to tell the NFL. You gotta close things up the NFL to me. Looked as though before yesterday and I know they cancel the Hall of Fame game, which is coming up in about what?.

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Boston - Colleges Move Classes Online As Coronavirus Spreads

Jay Talking

07:17 min | 2 years ago

Boston - Colleges Move Classes Online As Coronavirus Spreads

"With college campuses shut down because of covert nineteen is continuing online WBZ's Ben Parker takes a look at the impact on some local colleges from small schools to large ones private colleges to state university classes are not happening on campuses these days but instead in an online world because of covert nineteen Westfield state university the school remains open while operating remotely we like to make sure everybody realizes that we are completely open for business in terms of not only serving our current students but recruiting new students for next year serving both undergraduate and graduate students he Diane Prue sank his provost and vice president of academic affairs at Westfield state they're moved to teaching online was pretty smooth so are moved to the online will promote format when it first took place I think everybody was a little bit shocked about how quickly we had to move but I have to say to you that at this point we are really pleased with how smoothly the transition has gone not to say it's perfect by any stretch but it has gone really well and I think for several reasons among those reasons having a lot of faculty already trained to teach through some version of it online format and some faculty needed a little extra support there were trainings and workshops at lasalle university a small private college in Newton Massachusetts resident Michael Alexander says their staff and faculty was already prepared to make the move to online learning now we have some advantages also university we've been DJ online for seventeen years both graduate and undergraduate levels we have a summer online program is going for eight or nine years and growing every year and it's been very successful law almost all of our full time faculty at all been trained on how to develop online courses transition to online remote ways of teaching and how to teach online and we extended spring break an extra week to bring the others up to speed a quick crash course including our our jumped up professors Alexander says though most students are off campus there are so well some who have stayed for a variety of reasons the weather right to require every single student leave her campus because some students just don't have a better place to talk and that would include international students students the home situation would not be conducive to teaching and learning people who don't have the technology to access the remote learning that loads that we turn to people who have jobs nearby and their employers still needed the work and so they they need to live here so they can attend the jumble to make money and to support their employers and so that there are any number of reasons why students would need to be here now we're down to just sixty two of them but still we have to feed them and take care of the we spread them out it will consolidated them into three residents all the great amount so everybody has their own room and their own bathroom but and they can't really teach others in the room they're practicing physical distance thing and we're monitoring that but that's an additional challenge Westfield state also has some students still on campus for some classes like biology chemistry and other sciences this lab work to be done that does pose some challenges at Westfield state proves access some classes have enough experimental work and now they can analyze data for others being away from the campus has actually been a bit of a benefit by not being there in some areas for example in environmental science you are now in different environments there are material they can collect and analyze right in their own backyards for example and do some comparison really when you think about our student population at Westfield state over sixty percent of our students are from eastern all the Worcester area that means we have to be all over the state so an environmental kind class they can now look at multiple environments in their discussions online as for where college might be in the future meeting this fall press access they're hopeful getting back to campus will be in the cards but they are planning just in case it's not we're doing a mixture of things right now and we're looking at the continuation of this semester for example a lot of our activities obviously have moved to virtual including things like virtual admissions events that we are running in the next few weeks for two students were to come to a Westfield state and all we're looking at some virtual kind of activities are only may or June orientation sessions for students and thinking about both kinds of activities for our early summer school courses both tend to be more online courses than on the ground in any case when we look at far as the fall which is double pay for some people may seem very far away but doesn't feel that way for us our plan right now Ben is to be fully functioning as a residential campus at that point we assume we will all be back on campus with our students will be in our housing area and so we continue to plan to register students in that way that's not to say that we're not thinking forward about the possibility that they may shift at some point we will of course follow whatever guidelines the governor provides for us in terms of gathering and so we'll think about different variation on what that might look like if there have to be some change in the way that we start our semester at lasalle university president Alexander says they're planning for multiple scenarios which run the gamut it's a totally unpredictable situation nobody knows anybody tell journalists should not sell so we have to prepare for multiple scenarios so we're forming scenario planning task for most other institutions are doing the same thing and and defining various things that could happen from a minor disruption in the fall to the real serious disruption in the fall which would be you know we still can use the campus for that call and and maybe some things in between and then develop a specific plan for each of those scenarios that we can put in place as as things develop or adjust to as things develop and although colleges would rather have the on campus learning resume as long as it hasn't thanks thanks despite the disruption this could be a learning experience that normally wouldn't exist I absolutely agree and that this experience is going to have a lasting impact on all of our students I have no doubt that that's the case I'm one of the things that we're trying to do through our classes and many of our faculty have talked about that because this transition happened so quickly because there's so much happening in the environment for students many of our faculty are having these conversations with students in their classes will guard lists of the subject they're teaching whether it's now whether it's social work whether it's of course in communication faculty all across our campus are having the conversation with our students because they're processing this at their living through it and I agree with you that it is going to really kind of changed the way our students and I think all of us will see the world and see our human connection to each other and so in this world of covert nineteen higher education does go on there are challenges but in some cases there's even more education I'm Dan Parker WBZ Boston news

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As Jails And Prisons Reduce Populations, Advocates Call On ICE To Do The Same

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:38 min | 2 years ago

As Jails And Prisons Reduce Populations, Advocates Call On ICE To Do The Same

"There is a growing fear that a corona virus outbreak will tear through the federal government's crowded detention center for immigrants immigrant rights advocates are suing and detainees are on hunger strikes restrain immigration and customs enforcement or ice released detainees before it can French humanitarian catastrophe NPR's John Burnett has our story at present ice detained some thirty eight thousand immigrants in a network of private for profit facilities scattered around the country they're held in close quarters in jail like conditions while they await their fate in immigration court detainees are getting alarmed in the past week guards have pepper sprayed groups of detainees at two detention centers who refused to follow orders in a protest of their crowded surroundings I look at the book bundle three M. two meals on the plan worked out of Japan there's a lot of fear because we're not separated just to go to meals we have to line up in front of three separate doors all jam together we can't maintain six feet between this Tony Augustine is a Mexican national who is locked up at the rich would correctional center outside of Monroe Louisiana he was rounded up in an ice raid on a Mississippi chicken plant last August because he's in the country illegally like the majority of immigrants in federal custody Augustine has no criminal convictions a number for them if you want to finance in the list we have two televisions one is to the C. N. N. so we know more and more people are dying from this virus that's why were framed the guards tell us it's all lies you can't believe the T. V. but we know it's the truth a spokesman for lasalle corrections which runs rich wood says it has implemented a pandemic contingency plan which includes intense cleaning and disinfecting the living areas and monitoring detainees for illness but some federal judges have ordered ice to release a handful of sick inmates in Pennsylvania a judge said it would be quote unconscionable and possibly barbaric to keep them jammed in with other detainees a growing list of advocates from Amnesty International to the congressional Hispanic caucus are sending letters to parties complaining that more immigrants should be released on bond representative Joaquin Castro is chairman of the Hispanic caucus we Richard Gerson home on cruise ships now on a navy ship and it's no different with people were confined in a closed space in our detention centers where the corona virus can spread very quickly vice reporting at least eight detainees have tested positive for covert nineteen inside lock ups in New Jersey Pennsylvania Louisiana and Arizona the agency says the health and safety of immigrant detainees it's a top priority and to that end visitation has been suspended at all jails to prevent contagion but what about the guards ice reports at least six confirmed cases among employees at five different detention facilities Dr Chris barber is professor of epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health in a call with reporters yesterday he said during an epidemic guards can easily introduce the disease into the facility as they have that right Chris island in New York most of these facilities have three eight hour shifts every twenty four hours people are in and out of all the time going back to their communities families human rights advocates point to other U. S. jails and prisons that are trying to reduce their populations to stop the spread of infections California has granted early release to thirty five hundred inmates in county jails in Ohio Iowa and New Jersey have done the same so far ice shows no sign of following the trend John Burnett NPR

Businesses ready for Paycheck Protection Program, but banks aren't

Marketplace

01:36 min | 2 years ago

Businesses ready for Paycheck Protection Program, but banks aren't

"Today is day one of small businesses being able to apply for a slice of the three hundred fifty billion dollars in that rescue package set aside for them its loans paycheck protection program loans to be precise that businesses have to apply to banks to get sound straight ahead isn't market place Justin how is been checking in with some small businesses today when I called us when they smoke this morning he had been working the phones since eight AM trying to figure out how to get one of these loans I did not get any sleep last night Desjardins a cocktail bar in lower Manhattan told short stories which is close right now when I called he said the loan situation was in full chaos mode thanks either hadn't opened applications or they hadn't even figured out the details of the loan program yet it's kind of a race defined which institution will actually do this and to make sure you're in line in Boston John Resnick was also calling banks he was a brand marketing company well Resnick did manage to reach someone at his local credit union she basically indicated that you know they're not able to do anything at this point and have just put us in a queue of accounts to call back by our deadline Resnick still hadn't heard anything thanks themselves have had trouble getting in touch with the small business administration which is guaranteeing the loan program Chris Duncan is a senior loan officer at lasalle State Bank an Illinois my boss who is the president of the bank has been on hold with the SBA hotline I bet you it's about three and a half hours now earlier today the treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin said nearly two billion dollars worth of loans had already been

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Chicago Weather: Over 1,000 Flights Canceled At O’Hare, Midway Airports Amid Winter Storm

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago Weather: Over 1,000 Flights Canceled At O’Hare, Midway Airports Amid Winter Storm

"Airport officials had here have canceled hundreds of flights from from Saturday schedule at this ahead of that approaching winter storm the National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for Boone coke to page Kane Kendall lake lasalle lead ogle and when a bagel counties to early Sunday morning a winter storm warning is in effect for boon to Calvin McEnery

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Ruby Autoformatter! with Penelope Phippen

Ruby on Rails Podcast

09:53 min | 2 years ago

Ruby Autoformatter! with Penelope Phippen

"Been all. What is your developer? Origin Story That's a great question I guess I got started when I was a kid my birth. My parents have computer or computer adjacent jobs and I was sort of always fascinated so I started programming when I was I was very career young. I think I wrote my first Java program when I was age. Twelve and one of the things does mean is I've been using eclipse for more than half of my life which is always Funny to me but really it came from a instinct to sort of Tanka to really understand how computers walked. And that's that's sort of carrying me through My entire life really like what are the things is that I find myself like messing around with software in my hubby time. As much as you when I'm walking and that has been a really consistent throughout my life And so you're like where I am today. Like is really a product of having been fascinated by computers in my entire life and having sort of manipulated and what with them for a really really long time. I think you're so lucky because I got introduced to computers when I was in high school. My parents encouraged me to take computer science classes and so I felt it was lucky Dietz. Who get that experience early on but for you to know so early on that you enjoyed it and wanted to make a career of it is just something that I feel is still kind of rare in our industry free? Yeah it's I I don't know I find that most of the people I talk to you. like found owned computer science like much much later in their life so like even high school is sort of like relatively early rights are like I know some folks who didn't really look at programming at all until like the second or third. He is of the undergraduate degrees even like later in life career switched switched from a different profession through boot Camp Lasalle teaching or whatever it might be And so yeah like I like. Excuse me I in a sense. Consider myself to be very lucky that I like sort of have developed technical superpowers superpower's just from having been able to do it from a very very early age. That's great well. Our SPEC is a very love framework in the Ruby Community of course and so I would absolutely love to hear how you got involved. Yeah that's A. That's a great question. I'm so I got involved through aspect actually while I was studying full my computer. Science degree Sawyer Iowa's like alongside my degree like teaching myself ruby learning how to build rails applications because Like the community. Not at that time was sort of like just beginning to really exploited out onto the internet like I remember being Sawyer so fascinated by all of the conference Tokes That will sort of coming out of the community. And like the learning and teaching and sort of like niceness that was associated with that And so one day while I was working on rails APP and writing tests with us back doc I encountered a bug and I like looked into the source code of us back and what how how to fix it and sent a poor request request but along the way I was finding lots and lots of places in the SPEC Code base that could like we're meetable to factoring And so I spent maybe like a good six to eight weeks of my life just as a college student. I had loads of free time. I'm like just refer factoring The tunnels of aspect and I ended up sending them so many. Poor quests that essentially they will like. Hey we're going to give you a commitment because these greats and we would like we would like for you to keep doing this and stop bugging us like please please just merge these yourself And so I ended up basically just joining the cool team through like share application an off Wanting to make it better. So where did you gain that experience that you were able to look at the arse back out source code and be able to pinpoint pinpoint the possible re factories that you could do. Did you gain that from school or did you have other open source. Experience Neither I oh this is this is like this is a somewhat difficult question to you on Sir. But essentially essentially just sort of like an aesthetic for wanting to remove jeff location or things that were proving hot to change And so like actually back back at that point in time aspect had Code climate mounted in all of Repos and basically just sort of took it upon myself to just stop moving the code climate grades of the entire base like upwards towards those as really sort of using the insights code climate was providing To find those places and then sort of just thinking about house collapse things together or create new abstractions or whatever it might be right and like at the time Really Oh code. Climate was doing thing was running the flag and flame gems like rubies solo spaces and those just spot sort of like joop located Covered all oil like curd. That is extremely complex so like I was like. Oh yeah this. Totally is a three hundred line function with Grizzly two nested. If statements we can probably make that like like less nested and shorter rate and so like really it was it was an application of stuff I had being directly taught Through those aforementioned sort of like Ruby conference talks I had been watching so there was this like very sort of tight. feedback cycle between the things. I was learning and getting to apply them That was like a very unique experience. I think that was really interesting. I think that's great because even though that happened to you in college I mean we're GonNa get into Ruby format. It just seems to be a pattern throughout your career so aside from the sixty eight weeks that you contributed during your university time What contributions are you most proud of with our SPEC so basically I think perhaps the most interesting thing that happened to us? Back in my tenure I guess there are two things so one is when I joined the aspect team aspect was still on major Russian to And now it's on major three and I did a lot of the work along with the other team members at the time to actually like like deliver that and so I was sort of on the front lines of implementing some of the new keywords and doing method clean Alpina. Actually a big part of it was just deprecating code in a way that didn't break people's test suites which is what we use. The major version for so like aspect has a very strict adherence to semantic brushing and gut. Like when it is people's test suites you like literally cannot break them right like like breaking someone's suite would be like a sort of horrifying thing for aspect to do and so part of it. Frankly just what that people couldn't really detect to make sure that moving from two to three was a seamless as possible in terms. uh-huh of tangible stuff. People have actually probably seen I managed the sort of like rails compatibility of aspect through reversion five and up to version six point zero including implement implementing the compatibility for rail system test which replaced placed feature specs. Basically wholesale and like the system tasks are just like way better than feature specs F. O. were And so like I'm really proud of that one because it sort of took a standardized piece of work that was done by the rails team and specifically I lean you should tell and Sort of integrated with AAs back and that was a lot of fun because like it was done very collaboratively. It wasn't it just sort of me. In a lab that one was like reaching out to folks who have applications like test prototypes and see what upgrading onto those might look like and whether or not there are bugs and that sort of thing but yeah so like broadly. Speaking most of my tenure on our SPEC was either a fixing bugs in aspect all SPEC mocks or maintaining aspect rails through Russians five and up

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The Product Management System of Record

All The Responsibility Podcast

09:57 min | 2 years ago

The Product Management System of Record

"Today's episode number three thirty three is a blast from the past. I I started this podcast back in November two thousand fourteen and this is actually the second episode. It's on the topic of the product management system of record and kind of how to cobble one together with a wicky and is from way back there in November two thousand fourteen. You're probably haven't heard it because it's only been available on the secret. Product Manager Handbook site but not in the regular all the responsibility feed. I did change. PODCAST feeds the next year. Now I mentioned at the beginning of small product conference. I was speaking king at the weekend. After a record the episode and at that conference I presented my idea about a product management system of record and the little prototype that I mentioned that I built in confluence more importantly at that conference Hubert Palin who was in the process of starting product board at that time now at the time and still today I consider product board to be the closest assist application in the market to what I would consider a product management system of record as I describe in the episode so it was really great timing now product board is obviously not baling wire and chewing gum. which is what I describe using in the episode but I'm afraid most project management organizations don't even have the version I describe in this episode? Let alone on product board. Now I have two interviews with Hubert Palin from back in two thousand fifteen put links into the show notes to those. I think you'll find the ideas about the product management system system of record as a concept. Hold up pretty well five years later even if the way I suggest building. One is slightly obsolete given that product board and some other applications are in the market thou I'm GonNa Talk Today about what I've been calling the product management system of record partly. This is because it's been top of mind for me lately but also next week as I speak this I'll be giving a workshop on the product like management system of record on building. One out of what I call Baling Wire and chewing gum at the product summit in San Francisco there will be a link to this workshop shop and the rest of the product summit in the show notes now product managers. We create products shirt. That's in our name but but don't forget the rest of the process that we go through to be successful. Those products need to solve an urgent pervasive market problem for a defined group of customers who who are willing to pay for the solution and when we create that solution we need to get it to market. We need to have the salespeople in the marketing people know what to say to the market market so that people will know that they wanted and will buy it so to do that. There's a bunch of activities that we do as product managers we talked to customers. We innovate around what we hear from the market. We validate those findings of new market problems. And we define product plans to create the solutions to those problems we specify features we guide the creation of the solutions and we work with sales and marketing to get the solutions to market. However we don't have a system of record for any of those activities except for potentially stuff around features if we're using a bug tracking system or requirements management system? But all the rest of it. We don't have a system of record for example. If I or you go out to a customer customer to do some market research what happens. Well we'll talk to the customer will interview them. We'll take some notes might be in word or on paper in evernote when we come back from the customer. We'll tell everybody had visited the customer. That's awesome. I'm I might send out a copy of my notes There might be some snippets of information in there and the notes that that seem important so I might highlight those maybe even pull them into another document where I might look at them later in the future. Hopefully some of that conversation when will float up in my brain when I'm talking to another customer or after I've talked talked to several customers and I'll start to see that there's a market problem that I can do some innovation around around. That's all what happens today. What doesn't happen today? Usually is that the interview notes become an enterprise asset. No the words they become accessible to everyone and valuable to everyone and the key snippets of information. Those things that I highlighted the tidbits. They don't become an enterprise asset either which it means that other people can't make use of them now. This is just one example of a lot of activities where we PM's do something important but there's no official place to put the outcome of the the activity and I can name dozens of these things that we do where we create something that you certainly could imagine as an enterprise asset but it's not stored in that way. So what would we better well. Let's get back to the customer interview example. I'd like to be able to easily compare the snippets. I learned today with what I learned last week last month last year and of course maybe I can do that with a lot of work based on my old notes but also like to be able to compare what I learned today with what you learned yesterday or last month last year or what some product manager. WHO's no longer even with? The company learned last year or last month. The reason I'd like to do this is that one of the ways you discover. Mark problems is not by talking to individual customers but by talking to multiple customers and seeing how the things that they talk about start to overlap. I'd also like a way to show. How the snippets I gathered last year are turning into features this month? This is really valuable. For talking to developers for example it turns out to be very very compelling for developers and motivating just as it is for US product managers to understand how what they're working on is driven by the needs of a customer summer and by helping a customer have a better life in some way. Now of course whenever I talk about my snippets also mean your snippets and all the other snippets from the Enterprise Prize. And I'd really like to see just in general be able to go back to all the things we've learned from customers at any time and rifle through them to see if new insights pop up. That happens pens all the time. If you have a prepared mind or a system of record where all that information is stored now as I mentioned. There really aren't tools out there that can support this today. At least not in so many words so my goal in the workshop that I mentioned earlier over time is to come up with some ways to you take what we already do in other words. We're already doing a lot of manual work to capture this information and figure out. What's the minimum amount more manual work? We can do to make it a lot more value valuable in the way that I described so I have some criteria for the kind of manual work that I'm willing to do first of all there has to be too much of it. It has to save me from repeating myself and I'll talk about that later in the context particularly of sales materials. But but basically it means I don't have to do the same thing over and over again There's a lot of benefit in the resulting information. I Want I want my manual work to give me a lot of benefit in return for doing doing the manual work. And ideally there's benefit and actually doing the manual work. It's another opportunity opportunity to have insights for example. One of the things I'm going to describe is capturing these snippets that I talked about earlier which we may already be highlighting but I'm talking about highlighting them than copying them but by doing thing this interaction with these snippets. I'm probably expanding my brain in terms of coming up and being able to see more easily problems at the customers having so the real question is what's the maximum payoff. I can get for the minimum additional amount of manual work. If you're familiar with Tim Ferriss and his forearms body book he talks talks about the minimum effective dose. So what's the minimum effective dose of manual work. That will get you a really good payoff. But it won't be that much work and you can think of this manual work. Also as kind of a concierge version of the ultimate product management repository which vendors may create as based based on maybe these conversations that we're having today now all quickly run through a basic outline of my vision of a system of record that's built out of Baling Wire and chewing gum. In fact it's really built from a wicky and I've been working a little bit with confluence as my system of record and I'll tell you about how I'm sort of setting that up. I'm calling it a system of record but that might be a little too grand for some of you. You can also call it a product management repository but the key point is it's capturing data that we already create but in a way that makes it more usable more valuable more multiple of the way that I've divided up are SORTA at the front end of the process in other words the finding market problem part of the process and the back end the go to market part of the process so the components for the front end of the process or the finding market problem pro part of the process. Are things like customers. I'm GonNa have a page in my confluence at LaSalle the customers customers. I've talked to and for each of those customers. Going to be a page and link to that page the interviews awesome and then linked to each of those interviews is going to be the snippets that I've gotten out of those interviews and I've got a particular way of doing this. It's a little bit of a manual process. You go through the interview. You highlight the snippet. That seems interesting interesting. You copy that into another page. Just all the snippets from all the customers. And it's a that's essentially a table that table of snippets Has the snippet it has. The customer has the date it may actually have multiple customers. Because what might happen is as you go through. You might start to see. Oh I've I've heard the same thing for multiple people people. That's actually one of the things you're aiming for.

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"lasalle" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"lasalle" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"At LaSalle LaSalle still hybrids and blues which is a good sign braid Woodlake. We're gonna be talking later on with Dave about the excellent fish for cure on may fourth. But bass are doing very well. Plastic spinners and golden roaches on a bobber. Can't go wrong with that. But excellent fishing for a cure go to your search engine type that in and see what comes up got lots of stuff here. You know, what I vote on hold on? Don't don't hang up. I got too many pieces of paper here this morning. Hold on. I gotta get my Aiden fish report because we need to I need to find out. What age did since he couldn't go fishing. That's right. My buddy Aiden canco fishing right now because he's got the broken left foot. Right foot. I'm sorry broken. Right foot. I had to think of here on his okay? Here. It is. Is referred. Fisher report is brought to you by our friends at waterworks, marine grandpa. Crutches are no fun that that that. I can't get out. But my friends parents came over not Cam over came over to see me and sign my cast and tell me about fishing Allison's, dad, moved to the Saint Joe river and did real well, then he said all the fish got lack jaw is that when they don't bite. He didn't say most for using small spoons and colored flies close to the surface later in the day. He went down to the Saint Joe river, steelhead fishing, and he said it was pretty good by the Burien springs dam. Lots of anglers, but lots of fish were caught spun worked best bouncing the bottom. Roberts dead fish steelhead near the elegant dam on the Kalamazoo river, and he did good too. He did good to at love the writing. This Linda sues parents said in muskegon lake they did well for perch along the west. Half of the lake. Some people got limited catches they did. And they caught them on spikes minnows and cut up eight in fifty feet of water. They brought me a bag of perch. But I'll eat them before. I see you for Easter. Sorry. Ha ha ha I love you kid. See you next weekend. Maybe if I put my cast in a plastic bag mom will let me go fishing with you that that that not? That's eight and kinda love this kid, my.

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"lasalle" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"lasalle" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Well, it's one guy in the the guy you gotta worry about. He's kind of the engine of this LaSalle team is kooky Powell. He's a six foot senior Landau, Florida. He plays. The most minutes of anyone on this team. He plays thirty two minutes. Averages fifteen point four points per game shoots it pretty well. From the field at forty one percent from the field thirty five percent from three point land. And when he gets to the foul line use a very good foul shooter at eighty four percent. And as a very good defender as well as yes, thirty five steals on the year and forty three percent of all the shots that Buki takes threes. He started his career at Memphis then transferred to LaSalle to sophomore year. Lasalle averages thirteen point seven points shooting eighty four percents from the foul line junior year last year he ever sixteen point nine points a game shooting foul shots at eighty one percent. So he's the one player Rhode Island is really going to have to try to control this afternoon. Gam kooky spin out a little bit. He did not play in the Davidson game. That was a win for LaSalle didn't play in the Saint Joe's game Elza loss and did not start but did play against Dayton their last game seventy thirty nine loss overnight and over three. Zero points on the day sukey is questionable as of late. That's the last three games of the regular season leading into this one. So a little bit of a question Mark with him, Don keys to the game presented by George's of Galilee. They offer the widest selection of fresh local seafood. Proprietary oysters.

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"lasalle" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"lasalle" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"But it was it was DJ red alert broadcasting from the red zone, and he would be there from ten until four in the morning live, and you would get to hear like like fucking groundbreaking hip up like stuff that no rap when it was rap like nobody else's playing this stuff like Schooley D, And the original Kurtis blow stuff, nucleus and all that. So I got to be there through that. Which I I was this like white kid from poor Jeff who just come from England who was also a Smith's fan. But I was like falling in love with hip hop. So then to find myself on the road with these dudes was even crazier and then the Rizza hated the food Europe. So we woke up one morning to find out that he'd left at six in the morning. We're all in the lobby like waiting there to find out what? We should do. And we're just sitting there and Al road manager who is a black guy from England. Who was amazing big huge guy. Forget his name is beautiful and he came out, and he was like all right. So the business there is fucked off. So we've got fucking two months of fucking shows in front of us. And what do you want to do? And everyone was just like looking at each other. Like what the fuck and then prince poll who is one of my favorite cartoon characters in the world. He produced three feet high and rising with they LaSalle, which is a foundationally important hip hop record. And he just turns any looks at me. And he just goes Christian can do it. So for the rest of the tour, I filled in for the Rizza on stage. Yeah. As MC skullcap. And they would be like this there be this huge introduction where where principal do this whole thing about how I was this new fucking characters new kid from the Shaolin that nobody knew about and I would come out, and I would get to do like hardcore grave diggers songs like that's one eight hundred suicide and these guys. As as Rizza as Rizza because the resident wanna be there was absolutely one of the audience affected by that decision. I think I probably either either I might have been the reason that some white kids in Europe got into hip hop. But there was just very fun. If you go online on YouTube there, he's actually we can't play YouTube videos. Unfortunately, we can't. But if you're if you're watching as I did a thing storytellers for a record label called side one dummy, and they used to have this like storytellers thing, and I came in. And I told the the story of this this event in Switzerland. That was like one of the fucking craziest shit's ever. It's so so if you yeah. So that that that story is is one of my favorites of all time because I I ended up rapping live on the radio in Switzerland with you, I'm so bummed. I don't have audio for but that tour was mind blowing. And then also, you know, like it went out with pm dawn with Peter Gabriel and with a bunch of other people..

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"lasalle" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"lasalle" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And the dominos would Layla. As we wrap it up don't forgiveness. Ferguson back tomorrow. And a good vacation. It's out pleasure to sit in for let him know. Nine zero one. Well, you know, the number, you know, the number I wanted to touch on some of the people that we lost and one of them is Jerry then dyke notable actor he played David Crabtree in a TV show. My mother the car unless you made you won't remember that. But he played Luther Ben damn on coach from nineteen eighty nine through nineteen ninety seven. He passed. He's eighty six. Locally. We lost. Denise lasalle. Great blues singer. She hits been said to be the Queen of the blues. She had a major hit with trapped by thing called love and nineteen seventy-one. She was seventy eight Donnelly Rhodes from so passed away. Some of these folk you ought to remember I'm trying. Oh, so we lost a premier sports caster. I used to watch. And listen to Keith Jackson on the voice of ABC sports, college football and basketball from sixty six to two thousand six he was eighty nine. And some of you may not remember door rain, Andrew what the heck? Are you talking about when I was a kid? One of the two things we would rush home for Mellon mentoring junior high. Is to west Mickey Mouse show. In the Mickey Mouse club and also where the action is. And I know some of you don't remember the action is but Doreen an fun of chiller one at show Doreen past. She was seventy four. Live Cole past she played Mathilde in the mini series roots. She won an EMMY. Dorothy Malone past she played Constance MacKenzie on Peyton place. John coleman. The original TV. Meteorologist son ABC's. Good Morning, America. He passed and impressed grou- to the families. If you've ever picked up a newspaper, you probably read beetle Bailey. When mort Walker the cartoonist. He passed a couple of months ago. He wrote he wrote in dro- will drew. Beetle bailey. And he also did. Hi and Lois. They had a bunch of kids. We lost Dennis Edwards. Former singer. Well, he was sort of an assistant lead singer with the temptations Dennis Edwards. We lost a dad and coach. Remember, the dead. And coach John Mahoney will ask victim, we launched a great, man. Billy Graham, a great woman Ned Fabbri. And you probably would if you Sonanat February. She was one of those. Character actors lot of westerns, you know, her when you saw her. Bridge, kathy. Black guy. He was a character actor in loud shows he passed I've got too many to go through all of them. And I gave you Billy Graham. And David Ogden steers. He played major Charles Emerson Winchester in mash. He was seventy five. Problem with his bladder. And that of cancer. Just a lot of these folks. So we need to pray for them and pray for you and me, I should plans you're sitting in Mr. Ferguson, he'll be back with you tomorrow. I'm wondering courage you to join us every Saturday from noon to two. We didn't have shows in December because we had a lot of football and basketball. But.

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De La Salle tops 2018 Chronicle Top 25 football rankings

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

05:14 min | 3 years ago

De La Salle tops 2018 Chronicle Top 25 football rankings

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Daily Sal tops two thousand eighteen chronicle top twenty five football rankings. Final two thousand eighteen chronicle. Top twenty five football rankings are KTM rec L W comment. One day LaSalle twelve to one one twenty seventh street NCIS title, just short at state to liberty thirteen one to know NCIS title, but state one champs three Menlo Atherton thirteen to eleven CCS d one and state three AA champions four Wilcox four one six state three eight chaps most wins and bay area five valley. Christian eleven to three seven C C S D two champions overachieved six Saint Francis. Eleven three three w Cal. Champs two tough losses to finish seven Clayton valley. Nine two four hung with liberty for a half. Eight Pittsburgh seven four five win healthy. Probably second best team nine Bishop O'Dowd eleven to nine NCIS division. Two champions ten cardinal Newman. Eleven one eight flip of Cohen, ends brilliant season eleven Palo Alto tend to ten one of bay. Area's most improved teams twelve mclennan's twelve to twenty elite company with third straight state title thirteen SR valley nine four twenty two NCIS D one title was programs third overall, fourteen Rancho Kotite eleven to two eleven untimely injury to QB Jared Stocker fifteen Campo Lindo there. Eighteen three nineteen thirty two TD passes from junior grant Harper sixteen freedom nine four eighteen loss. Twenty eight to twenty one two s RV an NCIS finals seventeen Merrin Catholic. Ten four and are one of Mazi moyenne ads. Best coaching jobs. Eighteen Sarah seven five thirteen dream two thousand seventeen season too hard to match nineteen Antioch. Seven four fourteen. Lost big lead in NCIS D one upset loss twenty less Lomas, twelve to one fifteen scored five hundred eighty six points, but none in NCIS semis. Twenty-one? Monte vista seven four sixteen grade season, but B to be losses to s RV twenty two California. Eight four seventeen thirty five to thirty four season ending loss to freedom. Twenty-three Sacred Heart prep eleven to twenty three v c o t win costs. SHP nor Cal bid twenty four Lincoln SF thirteen o twenty-five SF s and CIF state six eight champs twenty-five Burlingame eleven to two n r c c s d for champs won ten straight to finish five bay area. Football teams claimed CIF champion Saturday the most in the region's history. One of those teams was not day LaSalle, which for the twenty seventh street season claimed the top spot in the chronicles top twenty five final rankings daily, Sal ranked eighth nationally going in dropped thirty five to twenty one open division game to top ranked mater dei Santa Ana on December eighth. The rest of the state championships were delayed a week later because of northern California Air quality issues from the campfire viewed county in the first rankings by the chronicle since the end of the regular season. State champions mclennan's for a and Menlo Atherton three AA and north coast section d one champion San Ramon valley, moved up the most San Ramon valley moved from number twenty two to thirteen MC Clemens twenty to twelve an M a from eleven to three m won five straight games from the end of the regular season, including a thirty three to twenty eight central coast section division one comeback win over number four Wilcock Santa Clara, fourteen one which one St. three eight championship despite a forty two seven loss today, less Al and the NCIS open division championship. Liberty maintained a firm. Hold on. The number two ranking with a state won a championship. The regions fifty champion Lincoln not only romps to fifty three zero win over mission in the San Francisco section championship. But took the state six eight title with a twenty four to thirteen win over orange Glen Escondido at C C SF the Mustangs, finish thirteen. Oh. And moved up one. Spot to number twenty four in the final rankings.

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