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"lasalle" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"So called today 8444 to 5 36 69. That's 8444 to 5 36 69. 8444 to 5 36 69. It's the biggest no brainer in the history of mankind. Costs 8444 to 5 36 69 them unless 3304 not alone supply, equalizing London right subject to change. Wins news time. 3 26 now Bloomberg Money Watch on 10 10 wins Here's Gregg Jarrett, It seems people may not be moving away from cities as much as had been thought. US housing prices Rose is essentially the same rate in urban and suburban areas last year. Jumping about 8.8% at 8.7%, respectively, according to a recent analysis by Zillow, Simon Marks and LaSalle Investment Management says there are two things to consider when deciding where you want to buy a house is the pre vaccination period. There's a post vaccination period. Mark says the initial thought was urban sales with lag far behind suburban areas Walk cycle, and Dr Redfin CEO Glenn Kellman says they're early moved, attack online open houses and no contact contracts. Don't move Sales during the pandemic future has arrived early and that all the technology investments we've made Jeff Blouse, CEO and partner, it related company says only two things will truly bring the city's back seen rollout, but probably even more critical right now is testing blouses. People want to feel comfortable. Bloomberg money Watch at 26 56 past every hour. I'm Gregg Jarrett for 10. 10 wins news time 3 27. Hey, it's Meghan Trainor for.
"lasalle" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"You think in terms of other business going along with the impeachment and you know it's really interesting to see how this impeachment process kind of become an afterthought in the senate you know. They have been busy confirming by his cabinet. Nominees and and working on the stimulus package but of course it will be the business of the day next week. And i don't think they're going to be able to set up a dual track where they do regular senate business in the morning and go with impeachment trial in the afternoon and it's almost something you kind of get the sense on capitol hill. That people wish they didn't have to do you know politically uncomfortable and brings back bad memories of the trump administration. They just want to kind of get it behind him. So no. multitasking is what you're saying. No multitasking but probably a push to make it a short trial. you know. there's not much desire on either side of the aisle for this to go much past a week. Yeah i mean it's it's pretty amazing will start next week though when we will likely be very tuned in and he said what role former president trump will play in defense at all. We have any inkling there so he received a letter yesterday from the house of patriot. Managers these the nine house. Democrats did act kind kinda like prosecutors in the trial and they asked the president to cut by under oath to either appear before or during the senate impeachment trial and trump's lawyers responded and said that would not be happening they said it does a political ploy kind of a pointless asked from the house impeachment managers. But it'll be interesting to see the way trump legal team presents his case. Because we'll we'll expect us these some influence from trump himself and the arguments that they make especially the way that they talk about the november election. I don't expect them to really echo. His claims that the election was stolen in those words. But even in the brief response that they filed on monday We did get kinda hinted that they're going to step gingerly around the question of whether or not the election was legitimate. Which of course it was. Your lauren are lawrence our. There's a few minutes ago. That's why i had her name in my head but we are going to because there's a lot happening right now on a edgerton. Is congress as.
"lasalle" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"The need for the american rescue plan. When we get those remarks we will bring them to you. I get a sense of what is going on in washington. Dc adds to this fiscal stimulus. Plan we can do that with bloomberg deputy team leader edgerton. She covers all things down there on capitol hill and i think so much for joining us. Here what do we know. It looks like we had the senate passing by fifty one to fifty vote. A blueprint for this one point nine trillion dollar stimulus. Is it going to get done in this form. Yeah teeing this up as a backup now. It's very likely that they will have to go. This route if they can't get an agreement with republicans so the budget reconciliation process that they're trying to use to get around the threat of a filibuster in the senate is a long process. So they're starting at now to be able to use it by the end of the month if they can't get any republican support for bipartisan package. Bipartisan talks are continuing but most of the croats are not hopeful that they're going to come up with anything that's one thing but what about moderate democratic support him in his joe mansion. Going to be a problem. If this does end up being the road that they have to go. That's one reason why this boat was really interesting last night. Because it past fifty one to fifty with comma harris as vice president breaking the tie so you schumer Senate majority leader chuck. Schumer is able to keep his crafts together on the bill last night and so that well for them to be able to pass The final thing was packaged. When push comes to shove so we we've seen this budget. Reconciliation process used before but from strategic perspective. I'm guessing the white house would much prefer a bipartisan package. Here is there any chance that president biden and kamala harris to veterans of the senate. Can maybe flip some reluctant republicans. Yeah i think income from the biden white house is that yes they want to do things. Nobody partisans way. They're going to have that outreach to republicans but they're not gonna wait forever. And i think that's a lesson learnt and the obama white house is that he doesn't want to burn a lot of political capital and a lot of time frankly at the beginning of his administration looking for republican support. The end of the day is just not going to be there. So you know. They're kind of picking a belt. Suspenders approach the passing. This this process to to go the democrat only route if they end up doing that Just in case. You know that bipartisan support. Doesn't come through. Yeah i mean are democrats agreed on even the one point nine three in the sense of how much of of that should go to with emergency. How much of a go to state and local government bailouts. How much should go to minimum wage. It seems like there's a lot of dissent within the democratic party to so what would happen if they did end up going. The budget reconciliation road. Yeah and it's a huge package. I mean one point. Nine trillion dollars is a lot of money. We kind of lose sight of that with the sheer size of some of the previous Relief package is but but that's a lot of taxpayer money to go towards this pandemic response. And so you know i. It'll be interesting to watch. People like joe manchin of west virginia and jon tester of arizona Me of montana But you know. I could see them voting for the final package. Saying the need is too great. You know putting out some kind of statement saying we would have rather gone. Bipartisan route but at the end of the day voting with their party But reconciliation is a tool that both parties have used something that democrats will get a lot of criticism for because y- using taxpayer..
"lasalle" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"Services now is good news and let's hope that it continues uneven even stronger a pace as we go throughout twenty twenty one. I know people surely needed out there. That's tom gimbal lasalle network global staffing company according to our code tracker worldwide cases. Four hundred sixty three thousand four hundred eighty three in the last just most recent glimpse of what we're looking at. Let's bring in lawrence our from johns hopkins university to talk to us a little bit more now about where we are..
"lasalle" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"Got some disappointing jobs. Numbers payrolls they rose forty nine thousand in january after eight downwardly revised two hundred twenty seven thousand decline in december economist forecast. A one hundred and five thousand gain for january's disappointing. Certainly let's get. Let's dig into those numbers. We do that with tom jimbo. He's a founder and ceo lasalle network lasalle never because one of the leading staffing and recruiting firms in the country town. What did you make of the jobs data this morning. If i told you last april or may that we'd be six point. Three percent unemployment fifty thousand jobs in in january. I think most people would have taken. That deal could get a little entitled sometimes and and what we're seeing is we still have hospitality and leisure and restaurants that are are really severely hampered due to covid and we're still adding jobs and unemployment to six point three percent like we've got we've got to take it with a grain of salt perspective of where things are at right now. Yeah i mean it's turbines see. The manufacturing actually lost jobs. They were down. Ten thousand private payrolls were just up. Six thousand condoms have been looking for one hundred sixty three thousand. That's such a massive difference. What's the gap here. Tom wire people not seeing how bad this is well. The district distribution of vaccines really been hampered. I think that most people And i'm talking to the eoc cfo's leaders of hr every single week and the belief was that we'd be getting the roll out of these vaccines a lot more fluid fashion and that it would be getting into the mainstream not just the elderly and first responders and that would help lift off A lot of the the hospitality and restaurant leisure activities. And we haven't seen that but but the the positive is is that we did see such a big increase in temporary hiring and that means the companies are bringing people in and they are getting worked on. there are jobs being added and that's a net positive in that really is assigned to A recovering economy. Tom how do you expect some of those areas that have been hit hard like leisure like the restaurant industry..
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.
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
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
More than 11,000 new Illinois COVID-19 cases
"Health reported more than 11,000 new confirmed in probable cases of covered 19 today, as well as 196 more deaths. Interprets. Kerry says the slight easing of coronavirus cases in Illinois over the last few days appears to be holding. Even though there wasn't increasing the daily numbers of cases and death. We unfortunately still have hundreds more Illinois ends in the hospital fighting covert 19. And we did at our spring peak, but we're also hundreds below our overall pandemic record to date of November. 25th. Meanwhile, a 33rd covered 19 death has been reported at the state run LaSalle Veterans home. Well. Earlier this week, Pritzker dismissed reports that he might dispatch the National Guard to LaSalle and other veterans homes to help deal with the outbreak. He announced today that the National Guard has been deployed to LaSalle and will be a two other veterans homes starting Monday. High school
Illinois Authorities Investigate Outbreak At Veterans' Home That Killed 27
"Home. That's being devastated Correspondent Jim Chris Sula State officials are investigating a Corona virus outbreak at a veterans nursing home and Lasell, Illinois. It has left nearly 30 veterans dead and infected some 200 residents and staff members. The current outbreak started late last month. All 16 long term care facilities in LaSalle County, southwest of Chicago, have had Cove it out. Travel could be
"lasalle" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"In that scenario. China tried to ally with everybody would. China tried to play one off the other. Well i definitely think that china in terms of trade is seeing more pressure everywhere. However i if if you look at how china is reacting to for example covid nineteen you can you can clearly see Kind of post Kobe weld happening. Where again Geopolitics jerry jeudy economics even more important than it than it was before China may well try to divide europe as it always has come at. It may succeed. But i really think that the as a whole realizes is that it has a lot to gain from getting more tough on china or the defending. It's much beyond looking to the united states and who is the next president. You're internally has plenty of problems and one of the problems is that a lot of voters in europe are unhappy and there is a huge strain of populism which is only gaining steam in places like france and eastern europe. And and really you know britain. Not that that's really europe anymore. But there are so many countries that are seeing sort of unhappiness of the polls. Do we suddenly see a shift post post this election here in the us to watching very closely what happens in europe in terms of strife and you know protests and difficulty and demonstrations i'm on show we can extrapolate too much i do think that's Brexit and trump sort of arrived like a crash in two thousand sixteen and they seem to be running out of steam and twenty twenty. That i see is connected however a lot of the situation. You describe To do with many things country-specific things and and they probably are going to get worse again. As a result the economic inequality that will take place after covid. Nineteen given to the second way is still battering these countries. So i'm really not sure we can extrapolate on mash however dan. I do europe and a more assertive. Europe and block is going to be seen as the harmful to a lot of issues By the government's very little. We're out of time but to what happens to anglo american. How long more is she chancellor for. And who takes over this is. This is a big question. The the race districts tita has begun and the transatlantic relationship is going to be positive out again. I do do think that germany is going to be less inclined to simply Just take this constant pro american stance and assume that everything just goes before i think france and germany become a local aligned on this point the european copies an interest. Leonel thank you so much for joining us. Today it's always a fascinating conversation with lionel long. Who is a bloomberg.
"lasalle" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"Under management bloomberg opinion informed perspectives and expert data driven. Commentary on breaking news. I want to in just a moment but first to update you on larry. Cudlow 's comments just a few moments ago at the white house. President trump's top economic advisor said he expects a peaceful transfer of power. If biden wins the presidency. He was gobbling again outside the white house and in this case he was responding to a question from nbc. He said we abide by the rule of law. And so will this president so he sounds fairly certain that there will be a peaceful transfer of power. He also mentioned that president trump mitch. Mcconnell and steve mnuchin the treasury secretary still want a stimulus deal. We knew that had come out and said he wanted deal now by the end of the year but also of course. We're not quite sure about nancy. Pelosi or what her status right now. So let's get to how everybody outside. The united states is viewing this and for that. Let's bring in bloomberg opinion columnist. Leona loan covers the european union and franz typically but today is a very very definitely covering the us election he says there are enormous uncertainty surrounding the us presidential election but the good news for the european union is that its unofficial preferred candidate looks coast to taking the white house. So leonelli joe biden. Why is he the preferred candidate. Well i think Because he isn't donald trump And because everything is Points to a more productive and they more friendly tone over the over the next four years if it comes president he he would rejoin the climate accords. He said that he would rejoin the the iran deal if if iran complied and that the. Who would also see more support as well. So i think in terms of the good news at you are likely to get a much more stable and predictable friendly transatlantic relationship however. I do think that they're all going to be some uncertainties and europeans. In general will you. They've not as a kind of total return to life before trump right because the european union in the last four years has had its own internal difficulties as well and very many of them if it is a biden presidency and again..
Wind Advisory/Red Flag Warning across the Chicago area
"The Chicago area have activated So called red flag warnings as dry conditions and high winds raise the potential risk of wildfires. Pbsjim goodness is live on the news line with that story. Lisa, National Weather Service meteorologist kind of and Donofrio says the red flag warning cover his cook Will Kankakee Kankakee Kendall Kendall Grundy Grundy LaSalle LaSalle Irigoyen, Irigoyen, four four counties counties as as well well as as northwest northwest Indiana. Indiana. He He says says the the dry dry and and windy windy conditions conditions along along with with fall fall leaves leaves mean mean people people need to be very careful outdoors with anything that could spark a wildfire in grasslands or heavily wooded areas will be burning a fire out there in the grass under the window. Gonna blow it around. People would throw cigarettes out of their cars right here is that these are days work that I have to catch something that's dry and then blows. Donofrio says cooler temperatures in the forecast will help reduce the danger of wildfires. But he says the risk will remain elevated. Reporting live. Jim latest news radio 105.1 FM Chicago
New course at Philadelphia's La Salle University explores trauma through lens of hip hop
"Are getting a chance to study of culture. They may have been a part of whatever he's came, Global's tells us that one professor is mixing hip hop. With its transformative effect on trauma that's rapper Meek Mill singing, traumatized, autobiographical hip hop song about his childhood in Philadelphia. Dr. Trent McClaren, assistant professor of education at LaSalle, says the course focuses on trauma and how hip hop music and dance moves people through its resilience and strength and talks about a lot of different events. And you can look at each event as being a singular event. And then once you step back and really look at look at his story, he paints You start to connect secret things become more complex. McClaren wants his students to listen and see what story is unfolding. Michael is to teach the concept of understanding of what trauma is and also what it sounds like what it looks like. Dude, some of the artwork that is, says Key is looking at how artists use music and dance to overcome the traumas in their lives. Kim Glovis k
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.
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
'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.
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.
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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"Managers to feel scientists. And now you can try Zip recruiter for free. That's right. Free zipper. Cooter dot com slash today that zip recruiter dot com slash today. W maybe of news time 11 11. Health officials say they experienced a slowdown this week and processing data and that led to a backlog of processing Corona virus tests as a result. They say Today's announcement of 5368 new cases is not the result of a massive spike in cases the state seven day positivity rate is still hovering around 4%. Illinois is also reporting 29 more lives have been lost in the past day. Authorities say they found a four inch bone in LaSalle County on Wednesday after hearing from a convicted serial killer that he dumped one of his female victims at that site 15 years ago. Now they're trying to determine if the bone belonged to a human. The site is now closed Truck wash in LaSalle County in the Peru area. LaSalle County Sheriff Tom Templeton says convicted serial killer del Miss Colvin, who's serving time in Ohio, provided information to LaSalle County through a law enforcement trainers podcast. And that Colvin directed sheriff's officers to the former truck wash site on Wednesday could ever dogs work area? And they were able to locate what we believe is a bone. It's actually very minutes being analyzed by a forensic anthropologists. To determine just exactly what it is. Sheriff Templeton says officers will be back with cadaver dogs, depending on the results of the forensic examination. Steve Miller news radio 105.9 FM. Coming up the five day AKI Weather forecast and the latest in sports double BB a news time. 11 13 The news is constantly changing. Listen to W. B. M. For the latest on the presidential primaries, the corona virus and local efforts to stop the spread, stay informed. Listen to.
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,
"lasalle" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"Do WanNA point out some other statistics as well. The overall employment rate does not show the racial disparity, so the black unemployment rate for example was fifteen point four percent, and within that men's on employment in the black community, sixteen point four percent so much much worse than the overall unemployment rate eleven point one percent. Let's bring in somebody who tries to place people in jobs where. They are needed. Tom Gamble is founder and CEO of Lasalle network staffing and recruiting agency, and it's been going since nineteen ninety eight, so it seen several business cycles. Tom. Thanks for joining. What are you seeing the last month or two? WHO's calling you to find them workers? Well. That's the interesting thing is. Business is okay. It's not terrible. It's definitely not free Cova levels, but there's not consistency across verticals, and per you know I've had my business for almost twenty five years in through two thousand one in the two thousand eight two thousand nine recovery You'd see verticals that were doing well, and now it just happens to be. Be Company by company depending on how they're staffed and what their client mixes, and it's really not an in a vertical industry per se so what we're seeing across the board, though is it continues and I'm not talking tech companies. It could be a manufacturing company, but they're hiring technology. Talent continues to be the leader in the in the fields that are hiring. Tom So as you look at some of this data again a couple months here we've had some. Pretty strong data's is the Labor. Environment tries to recover here. Is this is simply corporate, America kind of bringing back some furloughed workers or Any type of new hiring growth growth hiring. I would characterize it. What are you seeing? It's definitely not growth hiring. It is absolutely dependent on P P P, money and companies, having government backed finances in order to bring people back and I think that's what we're seeing. Is The intersection right now? People say why is the stock market up? When there's forty million and now thirty five million people on employed in the answer is because we haven't had a true intersection of suffering from an economic basis. Even people that haven't been called back. They're getting six hundred dollars a week. unemployment from the federal government on top of. Of their state unemployment, so they're at forty five to fifty thousand dollars a year, and while maybe not hold the where they were. They're definitely not bagging peanuts in the parking lot to be able to eat. They can pay their bills, and so you get these situations of what we're looking at the numbers are are Mirage. It's a little bit of smoke and mirrors until we get the September October numbers. Everything else is is really smoke and mirrors because of the government funding, so tom tell us about the data you collect. Data tell you they're looking for jobs. Actively seeking jobs I presume..
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
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
"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
Michigan lawmaker to female reporter: High school boys could 'have a lot of fun' with you
"Hosting a group of students from his alma mater warranty lasalle high school is when a reporter asked him for a comment for story and that's when reporter Alison Donahue of the Michigan advance quoted Lucido saying you can have a lot of fun with these boys are they could have a lot of fun with you I'm tired of letting them get away with saying hurtful sexual things to women the entire hallway filled with laughter and I wanted to leave I want to go back and say I couldn't do that story today Donna he wrote an article about the exchange Placido said that he meant nothing by the remarks however she interpret them and gave it the content that she did I apologize for that but I can't say that what I said to her was inappropriate the irony is that our society has become so cold in stone and jaded that statements are taken so far and blown out of proportion this is why government is failing most of time that audio their courtesy of fox two news two state senators know calling for an investigation into we'll see those
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
"lasalle" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"In the release of a lasalle graduate from a sedan prison and recapping our top story a United States air strike takes out a top general in Iran that's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes good morning I'm Kim globis Danny mica is at the editor's desk this morning we talked to CBS news military consultant retired army colonel Jeff because land about the significance of that air strike was a big deal because because I'm so the money is the third largest figure in a in a raw the maybe the second only exceeded perhaps by the grand Ayatollah and the president of Iran he may exceed him his fingerprints are all over clandestine and and foreign policy operations of a run throughout the region from supporting basho side of his body against rebels and ISIS Syria to support to Hezbollah in Lebanon to Hamas in the Gaza Strip to the who the rebels in Yemen and perhaps in this case most importantly is support and direction of a Shiite militia groups Iraqi Shiite militia groups operating in Iraq they conducted tack killing American contractors they listed American airstrike as for what revenge from Iran may look like macaws and says it could be anything including terror groups looking to strike Israel or a cyber attack against the United States newly released unredacted emails indicate president from directed the halls of U. S. military aid to Ukraine December the justice department released heavily redacted versions of the emails but national security focused website just security published the fully males former federal prosecutor Laurie Levenson says these emails raise more questions one wonders why the information about the orders coming from potus the president wasn't disclosed in the first place the second is it makes it very clear that those people actually sucked that it was the president giving the order to stop the funds to the Ukraine house speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a tweet from engaged in unprecedented total obstruction of Congress fighting these emails the decision to hold that aid is what started impeachment process hello cell graduate imprisoned in south Sudan has been pardoned by the president of the east Central African country more from K. Y. W.'s John McDevitt CTV south Sudan broadcasting corporation reports a total thirty one people been pardoned by president Salva Kiir as a good will gesture to rejuvenate the country style peace process among them Peter BR a jock a lost boy of Sudan who came to the U. S. as a youth went to Central High School lasalle university he was arrested in south Sudan in July of two thousand eighteen his friends and family say he was jailed as retaliation for speaking out against the corruption in the government Peter was charged in March and sentenced to two years in June Ryan miser met and became friends with Peter at La Salle he says he and all the people from around the world trying to get Peter released a relieved by the news unbelievable network of friends and colleagues around the whole world with connections to the upper echelons of government and civilian in the civilian world as well it was just that I never seen so many people come together really don't want to have to use the journeys family and friends say he was punished with the sentence for doing interviews before media Johnny Depp became one of your news radio New York will resume construction of a Greek orthodox church destroyed on nine eleven New York governor Andrew Cuomo says construction will be complete in time for the twentieth anniversary of the two thousand one terrorist attacks construction of the Saint Nicholas Greek orthodox church and national shrine was faulted in December twenty seventeen well my my church officials say an independent board will raise funds to finish construction of the eighty million dollars structure and now the K. Y. W. medical reports sponsored exclusively by independence Blue Cross here's K. Y. W. medical editor Dr Brian McDonough good news you have made it through the holiday season there's.
"lasalle" Discussed on Datebook
"As opposed to do but nobody cares about that. Don't that's not the spoiler spoiler is no anyway the the red horrible. The article is nothing to do with the movie story. The story of the Guy Story has lost. What about father about a new child? Baby none of that is. It's all made up and in fact the guy who wrote the article his name is Tom. Juno or do you know you'd say it's probably anyway. He is not his name. Is Ken Vogel or something like that. Or something Vogel. Lloyd Vogue Lloyd vote. Ken Vogel Said Reporter for Somebody. WHO's on yeah football player? I think he's he's a New York Times but anyway it's nothing like however everything that that is in the article that that Mr Rogers says that's like really a great line. They fit into the movie. so Mr Rogers is the same. But he's in a fictional context and so it really does feel like a movie about Mister Rogers Miss in the universe verse and what Mr Rogers did for people. Even though it's technically about somebody else anyway I thought it was a really good movie. What would you give Lebed? If you'RE GONNA clapping I'm not sure if I'd go higher than clapping close it's close but it's it's it's well I did fall asleep in the middle of it but I was just laughing. Ah Clapping then so you wouldn't put it as high as last movie they. Can you ever forgive me with the last movie. That was that was all and then before that she made the move to. Our teenage girls did love Kenya. She made she made this movie a year after the other one. Yeah that's that's really. That's that's yeah. She's she's crashes I I think I can you ever forgive me better allocation you have given me better too but this is good and I mean you have some really great performances performances again. You've got Whoever played the wife whose names really good Susan on Louis? She's amazing and then Chris Cooper who just really good and even the smaller Christine Lady and that teeny role that upset me that her. What was that small a great actress? And that's how she made. She made it last made. It made account. I love the way they put the the present Journalism in WHO's never been for magazines the first draft China catch with us. There's no other draft something wrong with their New Jersey going to New Jersey. It was something that I found kind of wrong long. And there's also a taxicab story which I was totally like no. That would never happen where she couldn't get a taxi at midnight and I'm going. Oh yes you can in Manhattan because believe me I had to do it at two. AM in the morning. It's coming down first avenue. C of Yellow. You know can't get a taxi taxi at midnight you standing in the wrong place and then I'm reviewed but I'll get to frozen just just to you reviewed frozen now. I didn't know I I refuse. I reviewed resin to. Wow I know Peter should have done a better job reviewed like a bunch of animated movies this year that you haven't seen the originals to like the dragon the Dragon. Yeah I like frozen to story for but you've seen the toy story movies. I've I like you but you've seen the first two I haven't seen too great. Lost two thirds masters. I well I I think the first two are better for the three you can. I liked the the first one better than two and three is definitely better than two. And I'm I'm going in on three. I think three is one of my probably top two or three pixar movies but I'm I'm very sorry I had to see frozen to that. That should have been a grenade that I don. I would've enjoyed it. No no I I thought it was really good and I'm GonNa give it a review and I liked it and but it's a little bit like When I watch a movie like that I'm I'm saying saying how would I feel if I wasn't that's like me when I go to a film with a French actress that you wrote about? Yeah like if I go the foreign film yeah. That's how to pretend like I'm someone else reviewing this film and then you say oh well somebody else who really liked. Yeah Yeah and this has to be good. So you didn't like parasite or you're just I tell was good but I could tell it was good on one level on the other level it was just not my kind of the thing I liked the story line to it in some ways and some ways I hated the storyline so it does move but I was like board a lot throughout and it's just that kind of way that movie's done it. I just times I really did kind of like it and time it was like is not my movie. It's brilliantly brilliantly crafted but it is a very like nasty and kind of has that kind of like you know. It's like a foreign movie feel but it's not as interesting as the French foreign movie. Feel you know. And it has more more like a mid eastern appeal not counting the Israelis who I think are very good filmmakers. Thank you so sometimes you watch the movie no bias right. Yeah but it says the same way snow peers so it was kind of let down by Snow Piercer. Her like the concept till the SWINTON. Supervisor I let some guy in love. bong-kyun hers is PERSA. Our site like Snow Piercer director. Okay Oh yeah now. I don't know when you're going to be hearing this. You could be hearing this You know from another galaxy far far away for way you could like Jusoh be right now just like an eight or nine year old person who will discover governor in ten years and then listen to all the hearing all about Megan Kelly and Roger Ailes as well. When come Chris Chris Oh well yeah well? I'm very confused. I try to try to hit the ball vacuum but anyway I just wanted to say if you happen to be listen to this like really soon. Like like November Fifteenth Sixteenth Seventeenth. Something like that. You could go over to the Roxie and see some a French film noir. which are interesting from the nineteen sixties? I have to admit these as much as the other ones. This is my least favorite of of the six festivals that he's had but it's still interesting The fifty one was great and the first two were amazing. This one's okay. There's nothing here that's bad they're good. It's good stuff but if you're interested in that kind of thing I think you'll get something out of it. I watched all the movies. I got something out of it It's not the first place I'd go. But if you're into it yes then by all means it the roxy this weekend and that's it. Leave the holiday movies. which is what I was talking about? Didn't bring that up. You didn't bring it up. Oh that's why I was bringing a bombshell. Oh Wars Alexey. Far Far dad well listen. Yes if that's right if you are listening to this fairly soon also be sure to go out and buy the chronicle or worked by subscription to the chronicle to read our pink section coverage Holiday movies very big stuff this weekend and that's it for me. I got nothing else leaving you how you doing. I'm doing good okay. Ju Ju so you have anything you want to save the world to nothing in particular having me. It's such a pleasure such that's a fan for so many years we have fans in. It's just that you know you're the only one that's why that's the first time this has happened all right. Well that's it so for the Chronicle Michael and Philippa hurts introduce Greenwood. I am Mick Lasalle by You're listening to the San Francisco. Chronicle thanks to make LaSalle and libra hurts our producer. Today's me Peter. Hart Lab Supervising Zim producers are King Kaufman and Liddy Coleman Executive.
"lasalle" Discussed on Datebook
"Welcome to the podcast fast and movies with Mick LaSalle and welcome Mikla Sal. Thank you very much Peter. It's going to be here. So libra hurts is here usually say that at the end of the intro. But we have to start with a spoiler alert because she inadvertently sort of gives away the ending to the good liar. That's right well. She guesses the ending of the good liar. Amazingly based based on nothing. She's not seen it really good at the solicit if you hear any mention of the good liar just cover your ears for about twenty.
"lasalle" Discussed on Datebook
"Culture critic Peter Hartley here with movie critic Mick Lasalle great going over a lot in this episode let's not even lie we already recorded it so I know it's there You talk about Eddie Murphy Dolemite is my name kind of a comeback you like the performance I wanna ask you winded Eddie Murphy come on your rate Dr and and it is that a moment that you remember Eddie Murphy was already a famous person when I even though he's two years younger than I am is already famous person at the time it became a film critic I and I liked him but the thing that really made me interested in him was when I went to see him live used he's doing a show in Oakland at the Coliseum called Eddie Murphy Raw oh yeah that I mean he wore the suit.
"lasalle" Discussed on Datebook
"Well. Hello everybody this is Mick Lasalle and welcome to movies with Mick Lasalle and I am here with my editor. Libra hurts today. We are going to be talking about a number of movies. We're back from vacation -ly. Wow Yeah so. We're going to be talking about how joker we're going to be talking about. Judy some other movies and we're also going to be talking a little bit about one of the things I did on my vacation. Actually it's not really like vacation because I am working that part at the Venice Film Festival for a bit and Yeah I saw some some good things I I didn't see anything you know last year last year to just talk a little bit about last year. I was at the festival I saw two things. I just fell in love with. I mean it just it was it was just amazing. I saw stars born which I didn't think it was the greatest movie in the world but I loved it. I loved it and it came at the end of it was also at the end of a magical night. That's part of it. I was I was having dinner. We had to walk my friends to psych amazing and as far as like finding places in Venice. 'cause you know how you walking advantage. You can't find you're by yourself. It's the most horrible experience especially especially in Saint Mark's in San Paulo. There's some parts parts of Venezuela by yourself. It's the most horrible experience it's pretty with France. It's actually fun. It's part of the thing but we didn't have any time. We had to get to the movie. We had tickets tickets but now we had a microwave back to the movie and as we're walking it suddenly is a complete total downpour just out of nowhere and to just get there and UH had an amazingly Venice Ham is it as soon as the training guy show geist shop on every street corner selling umbrella like everywhere for five euro's. Don't even try to really you know Sochi for it and so yeah and so we went to the theater and just got two minutes before it starts the movie starts and it was just wonderful especially the beginning of it and then I saw it has its issues what does have its issues and and then a few days later so fox walks lux and that was amazing so there was nothing like that kind of experience this one at the movies were things were pretty good. Good very good but I guess the most notable one is joking yeah joker surprisingly because it's a marvel movie and but but instead it's getting like this critical response rather than this like you know and it's it's. It's not only going to blow off up at the box office also it. I'd be shocked shocked if he's not nominated for an Oscar and I haven't even seen them all. You haven't seen it okay well. I've seen it and I'd be surprised if he was nominated for an Oscar to. This is a weird word. This is a weird experiencing movie because I saw this movie not under the usual circumstances. I saw it in the theater that I saw this. The theater is a theater. That's insane marches. This is all part of the Venice Film Festival but they do the because I was staying at saint more one of the things that they do actually Costello which is more quick to to explain St Mark's as you have to see Indiana Jones and the last crusade because there's a big scene that takes place in in Saint Mark's Square in Venice so if you remember that scene where he actually pops up and says Venice that's Saint Mark's Square Hook and it's also and if you've seen blooming love that's another one and the same well. I wasn't staying you no same square you don't. WanNa I don't WanNa be near the thing Kostelic just kind of a neighborhood but the theaters in saint marks and I walk there and I I so I saw joker with a mostly European audience because most Americans don't go to the movies when they're in Venice. Don't even think about and it was. It's a it's a it's a weird. It's a weird movie to see in a nice peaceful beautiful play old old place because it looks like every bit of American neurosis in Paranoia just opened for the world to look at and.
"lasalle" Discussed on Datebook
"Welcome to the PODCAST. I'm San Francisco Cisco Chronicle Pop Culture Critic Peter Lab here with Chronicle Movie Critic Mick LaSalle Welcome Sir. Thank you very much because you with your yeah welcome back from Venice. I I always know you're in Venice because I really great movies arrival. I got it chapter two this year. I've been doing panels Venice on and off since two thousand six but I don't go every year. 'cause a lot of times. I mean it's it's. It's a little bit like a busman's. It's holiday you know and and so it I find myself. I I go on vacation and then I go to Venice and next next thing I know I'm rushing to see movies and I start feeling like hey. I can do this at home. It seems like you see more movies in Venice than when you're here sometimes well in a way yeah that is true. Although I also the other thing that makes me kind of unsuited to film festivals in a way although I do going there is that there's some people they're able to sit down and watch four movies in a row. Some of the can do five in a row and I can't I can't I can't do it. I I'd say I mean three would be really pushing it and most days just to I just not only that but after three I don't like anything I start thinking that the movies bad and then it's not it's just because it's just too much so anyway yes. I've been doing it since off since two thousand six. I probably do it about two thirds of the time well. We're very happy to have you back. I would've loved to hear your take on Rambo Four. I had to jump on that grenade for you. I would love to see that. Actually I would've liked writing. I would've would've loved you. Review Libra hurts returns as well and welcome back to Liba and you guys are going to talk about Judy joke or you got a lot of good stuff this time a little bit about the Oscars I want to warn their some light spoilers and maybe heavy spoilers for once upon a time in Hollywood but hopefully people have seen it by hope so yeah yeah yeah so if you hear us just just you know just covering datebook podcast. Thanks for listening.
"lasalle" Discussed on How to Money
"Back with Dan LaSalle talking about his game changing approach to financial education that he has taken into his local school in inner city Philadelphia. And real quick, is there a name for the program day, like we we refer to the program as dance program. But what's the official name, I've been calling it the Philly finance cooperative. But because like I take donated money take that money I turned into student paychecks, help them manage their count. So I'd like to think there's like a cooperative element. But legally, I'm not technically a cooperative and so I'm actually in the process of filing for nonprofit status because ever since the that market watch article came out a couple of schools have reached out for me to help them. And I'm like so down to do that. But cooperative is not like a legally good work because I'm technically not a cooperative. So there's a better name. That's gotta come. At some point, you want to be just like REI, basically, right, there were co op so exact. Yep. To dan. What is it that makes the Philly finance op soon to be a name change? What, what is it makes your program different than any other sort of personal finance education program going on in any other high school around the country? So it's definitely the only one like this in the country, the first thing is we teach students financial literacy that wants not so different the second is we give students actual paychecks for jobs around the school and in the community. So it's meant to be some type of job that just makes the community or school better, and then we set up students with checking savings and investment accounts, so that students can practice all the principles of wealth generation that we talk about in the class budgeting investing, they could practice with their actual money, because, right, you wouldn't want to doctor that wasn't interning under doctors as a medical school student lawyers are often clerks for judges. I so if you are someone young and inexperienced with money, especially if you come from a high poverty background. I think it's safe to say that exposure to money with real money at a young age is probably going to be beneficial. Yes. Well like you said, we're talking about real money. Right. And so I'm assuming these these students are they have real jobs. You mentioned one earlier. Like, what are some other examples of jobs that they're doing within the school, you said within the community as well? That's correct. What are some other examples, I would love to hear some of these positions that the students have great? Yes. So I have one student who has started a spoken word club and competes in the city and is actually going through the process of filing for his own nonprofit status while he's in college. He can help other school startup spoken word poetry teams. I've paid some students to be captains of the debate team. We've had a student newspaper. We've had students that have gone to the local elementary school to teach finance to elementary school students. We've had a couple female students set up a peer mentor in group, just for. Other female students or students who identify as female so really, if students have a real yearning to make the school and community better, and they often do it's just trying to find a place that they can put that interest to the betterment of the school and community. And then I just throw them some money for it. So does the fact that the kids that take your financial literacy class that enter into this does the fact that they get paid make that the most popular class medal. I think so. I mean every student wants to be an and I really hope it's because they are committed to being millionaires and saving and budgeting, but something tells me it's a fact that some students walk around the school with the several thousand dollar check is is there any requirement for kids at enter the class and start making money based on the job that are doing the service. They're performing is Ernie requirement for where that money goes. I think the programs effective, but I think that one of the reasons it's affective is because I don't have any strings attached to how they spend their money because if I am telling that they have to save a certain percent. They have to invest a certain part. I'm sure. Any parent would say, as soon as require something too much that the student or the kid hasn't really believed in themselves, as soon as out of the picture, they're going to do whatever they want with their money, so I'd rather them make their mistakes. Now have those conversations with me, like, hey, I plan to budget, fifty percent of my money, but I spent all of it at prom, or I spent all of it on a gift for my girlfriend or boyfriend and then really having those conversations and figuring out how to turn a spender into a saver and just come up with budgeting plans at work for everybody. So that's why I am very passionate about actually not telling them what to do with their money once they've earned it. I think that's great, too. Because kids can almost make this huge mistake on microcosm level, spending it all on prom. Right. That's the equivalent of someone our age racking up fifteen thousand dollars in credit card debt or something like that. Right. And so they're making this enormous mistake that their own world in their own world that was five hundred dollars. Maybe but you're able to kind of do a post mortem and discuss after the fact, and maybe that prevents them from five years. Down the road. Racking up too much credit card debt. So that's kind of cool. That's what I want to believe because I think that that's how it works, right? If we realize that we've made a mistake, we tend to be really grateful that it wasn't bigger after we've gotten over the fact and the guilt that we have made that mistake. And what's interesting is that I think some of that really is helpful for my students to identify with his no one likes owning anyone a favor and no one likes owing anything to anyone debt is the equivalent of that. And to realize that they had certain plans for money to last through the summer winter break throughout the year and to see themselves put in a situation where they don't have that money where they could feel tempted to borrow or just to realize that their dollar didn't get, as far as I thought they would or they didn't have the discipline to do that coming to terms with how effective they are at knowing themselves with money should make them less likely to make those mistakes you're talking about later. So true. That's just was so powerful. But what you're doing? Is that again, it's real money you're allowing them to make mistakes. Now while they. Have you sort of overseeing them, right? Like I mean, essentially, you're acting like a money coach, then with within the sort of framework. They have the freedom to truly fail the waste that money like you said, and they don't get through winter break. And they have to report back to you. I guess, I guess with, with the course you can explain more how it works in a little bit here. But, but yeah, they have to talk about that it's not like something they can just go off and open up another credit card. So if you're at twenty year old and out of school, that's maybe what you would do. You'd make your your mistake. Then we'll shoot maybe I need to go get a payday loan. Maybe I need to open another credit card. What are some other ways that I can kind of keep the money flowing in my double down on that mistake? Yeah. Exactly. And only compounds, I mean quite literally at that point, as well. And but when they're able to make these mistakes in a controlled sort of lab, but with real money, and with a real consequences, this, no wonder that these kids are truly learning the impact of being wise with their money, and how that affects their bottom line. So, so speaking of that, Dan, I want to get into this. On how you teach kids about investing because we've talked about the stock market game. I think most of us probably play the stock market game when we were in high school. I know both matinee and I did. And it just feels like you're pressing buttons gambling in trying to beat out there. Don't really learn anything about wealth growth by doing that. So how do you teach your kids about investing in order to try to help make it stick and make it easy? I, I buy say that if anyone who is similar with the stock market game is actually everything wrong with investing in that game. Yes, because I don't know if you've talked about this before, and your podcast, but you get the most money from selling and trading as much as possible, but really the key to making money in the stock market is getting very diverse mutual funds. Very diverse groups of stocks of companies that usually perform in a specific industry. So all the tech companies, all the top healthcare Comey's, or a sampling of the entire stock market to the five hundred and just not even checking maybe once a year. At their performance because over the long run it increases. But I think really how I get them excited about the stock market is there's just never been a thirty year period in American history where it has an average six percent annual yearly return not accounting for inflation. The stock market is the single greatest generator of human wealth in the history of human civilization. If you just have the discipline to purchase these exchange traded funds, these mutual funds, these groups of stocks at just track the stock market just track industries, because right? When would we ever expect the American stock market to not grow over decades, when we'd not expect the tech sector of America to not gradually increase over decades, I try and make it interesting because it is such a powerful generator of wealth. And the smart strategy is actually doing the lease touching it the lease. So I think there's just a little bit of magnetism to knowing that something. So powerful can also be so simple. So how'd you get a sixteen year old to be like, wow, that's cool? I want to do that for the next thirty years. So. So I think that the key defining stocks in the stock market fascinating is should just see the growth of different industries in America, you have to have some sort of appreciation for the growth of cars in America, before we just see this immense amount of competition from Toyota Subaru and other companies to see what Facebook and tesla and other major companies are doing. And once you get an appreciation for just how much the private industry can sort of generate real novelty and innovation and then to just get excited by just waiting for these sort of transit just continue over time is, I think a real hooking point because everyone finds Google glasses everything super cool. But it's just getting them to realize that, once you find all of these cool things that our country and businesses are doing the next step is actually just to buy some diverse mutual funds. And then just weights you talking about couple companies in particular, and you mentioned tesla. I think one of the most fascinating. The things that I've ever seen in a chart is essentially, if you had instead of buying the first apple -puter, if you had bought stock in apple, and there's this time line, there's this progression of every time apple released a product. There's the equivalent of if you had spent that much money buying apple stock instead of buying the apple products, we'll product, how rich, you would be. And I think that it to me encapsulates exactly this lesson that you're trying to teach it's showing this is what American innovation looks like and you can go buy stuff, you can go buy what they're selling or you can go invest in the company, and you can.
"lasalle" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain
"That whenever you feel guilty about something that you need to go above and beyond to absolve yourself that's not the word bomb resolve the guilt lasalle say resolve the guilt inside of you because dealt is about self forgiveness first and foremost so i love that you've gone above and beyond already and try to seek these people that maybe you mistreated or you felt that you mistreated and apologized to them i mean who does that is very few people that do that and if you've done that whoever's listening i applaud you because that is something that really takes a lot of emotional strength to call someone or reach out to them through email or facebook and say you know the way treated you i feel so bad about it and i just want to apologize and i bet a lot of these people that you reached out to cliff they were receptive to it and i'm wondering if some of them said i didn't have the same experience that you had i'm not sure what you mean but hey thanks for apologizing i mean i i might be wrong about that i don't know how mean or bullying you were but from what you're feeling it sounds like it was you know a lot worse than i can probably imagine but like i said i applaud you for being able to do that so that that is a step that i myself have not taken fully there are people in my life that i have mistreated i actually have looked for a few of them but i can't reach them some of them aren't even on the internet and so it's difficult to find these people so i come on the show when i say hey if i ever made you feel bad contact me go to my website the overwhelmed brain dot com and reach out to me and tell me you.