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Did the Pandemic Kill the Oscars?
"There is a lot of pre anguish about. What's going to happen during the academy awards and the conventional wisdom is that the audience will not show up and maybe we'll be half of what was last year. Maybe less than that people are talking about. Ten million people watching. It'd be an time low by fifty percent or more first of all eliza. Are you paying attention to this. Sort of industries. Fears about the telecast itself leaving aside the movies is this something that's on your mind. Yeah i mean it has been for years. The viewership has been dropping for years On all live tv events even the super bowl which typically is the one that pulls in viewers is dropping. So there's been a lot of hand wringing in a lot of attempts to re engineer this the show in ways that will get people to watch it because they're interested like they tried to introduce a best popular picture category. That didn't really get off the ground thinking that people were gonna watch that happy years ago. Right that's back to lord of the rings time no it. Two years ago they expanded the category. That was that was the chance to give laura chance to get an award and it was largely because the dark knight didn't manage to get nominated for best picture so they know they expanded that to give it ten slots that was an attempt to do the same thing in that was ten years ago. So now we're in a position where people still aren't watching. They realized that like host don't really bring people in presenters. Don't really bring people in the movies themselves. Don't really bring people in. And i keep thinking i can't imagine why anyone would watch it live. I don't watch anything live anymore. You can watch the good stuff the next day or just watch it. Go by on twitter and watch whatever it is. You would rather be seeing on netflix or something. So you know this year's awards shows have been really really low in viewership. And i would not be surprised if the oscars are the same way although they are trying to intrigue us to make us feel like this might be different. Maybe it'll be worth watching people also arguably had the chance to watch all the best picture nominees this year in a way that they didn't in the past since they've all been digital so there is a chance that more people might be interested in those movies but i think we'll still see a drop off and in my view if they really are worried about viewership for the oscars they're just going to have to rethink the whole
With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility
"So laura you lead the national advertising division. Tell us what problem any d- was created to address what was going on in the world of advertising that entity was created or Thanks very so the national advertising division which we fondly call an d. was started in nineteen seventy one. At that time there had been a huge growth in a new media right. It was an explosion in television advertising and A huge adoption of advertising as an television is a platform for reaching consumers So consumers were getting new information about cleaning products that cleaned betterer faster food products. That tasted better. Were easier to make than other things and you know. Most importantly probably was an explosion of advertising of cigarettes to them on television. And at the same time you had a rise of consumer advocates clamoring for more regulation of advertising of there was a sense that the advertising messages that consumers getting were not were misleading. You had advocates like ralph nader. Who famously advocated for a lot of different regulation over the years really jumping in on that on that pile here and talking about the importance of regulating advertising and protecting consumers you know at the in nineteen seventy-one when all of this was happening Cigarettes were the largest advertiser on television and in nineteen seventy one. Cigarette advertising on television was in fact. An i think there was this increasing distrust of advertising that that exemplifies consumers were being advertised. You with cigarettes which had been demonstrated to be harmful to health. So you know. It was an environment that caused both at agencies and the businesses that were advertising and the advertising association's to come together to address this problem. That consumers were the distrusted advertising. And they what they wanted to do at this time was build trust and advertising right so they wanted the industry to work together to build trust
2 Passengers Sue United Airlines Over Engine Explosion
"On Broome filled are now suing the airline. The passengers were on United flight 3 28, February 20th when one of the plane engines exploded shortly after takeoff from DEA. The passengers say they were traumatized in the 24 minutes between the explosion and the plane landing back a DEA they're suing for at least $50,000 in damages for significant trauma and distress. Passengers live in Hawaii and aviation attorney in Chicago filed the lawsuits. Laura Hatch K away news radio, Let's get back to traffic
Mother's Day Picks we Love (April's Eco Picks)
"Mother's day is just around the corner friendly. Psa it's on. Sunday may ninth and besides being a great reminder to celebrate the most important women in your life it is also a day when we as consumers spent a lot of money in this episode. Laura and i share our favorite. Apple's echo product fines and give you creative ideas for waste free and planet. Friendly mother's day gives aura. Hey how's it going good ed. I'm excited to do another of our favorite kind of episode serious right our eco-friendly peaks in products. And right now. We are in april and the where lesin a month away from the second biggest holiday of the year. i guess after christmas of course It's mother's day and yeah just wanted to share you guys know me a whenever we talk about this high spending holidays. I love to share with you. Some data numbers and are on average. According to national regional duration. People up lending spent two hundred and five dollars. Mondays ski gifts and celebrations. So that's that's not a little for a of the us and so there's going to be a lot of spending and is a reminder. Every dollar he spent is a vote for the kind of world. You want to leave it. So let's get into alfred products curated by laura. Yeah and i feel like mother's day. I mean it's just totally depending on your family like how much you celebrate it growing up. I think we we did more for my mom what i was like at home. But i'm excited to you know. I always love to send flowers that are from eco-friendly brands. We talk about that a little bit. But we're also gonna talk about like some ruffy physical stuff. So yeah you want to get a start at liza. Yeah starting without favorite pedagogy. You guys are ready. It's kitchen so yeah one of the things that i have been really experimenting with this year is trying to defend olive oils You know we're cooking oil especially extra virgin olive. Oil is extremely extremely healthy. You can actually cook with it pretty much anything unless you like deep frying their this kind of a myth that you know obviously you. You should not be using it. It's very high temperatures but actually most of the day to day cooking. You're not using this Extremely high temperatures at you cannot use olive oil and again oil extroversion. Wine is one of the most Healthy olive oil auctions. You can
Amazon Warehouse Workers Reject Union Efforts
"On friday. Amazon warehouse workers in bessemer alabama voted to reject the effort to unionize. So what does this mean for amazon. The fight over labor conditions at the retail giant chang in this sure daily charge here with us to break it down his amazon expert. Laura tullow welcome lart. Thank you for having me. So breakout what happened on friday on friday. The allergy finished tallying votes union election at the best in warehouse and the with the really decisive win for amazon so to speak in that the workers rejected the union. So that was the. That was the full tally. there could still be. There is likely to be an attraction to the election and further litigation with the over the matter but the votes as they were counted. Friday were for rejecting the union by margin of more than two. Wow yeah that's that's a big deal. Considering that this effort was i mean this effort made headlines around the country. Even guard support senator bernie sanders and present. Joe biden is a very high profile fights and he says why it was so roundly defeated. It's really hard to say. you know. There were several factors. Of course there is the fact that this warehouse provides jobs in an area where the minimum wage is a belief seven twenty five an hour and they pay more than fifteen dollars an hour for starting wage. A lotta times in union elections in place. Do worry that their employers will want to leave the area or lay people off or more employees as many people if they're having to deal with the union Do the cost and that sort of thing. People get their jobs and those are really valuable jobs in that region. They're paying thousands of them. If the really big deal in that community to half those jobs
Amazon is on edge over Alabama union vote
"I'm roger chang and this is your daily charge joining us to run through this. Big labor battle is laura. Atallah our amazon expert. Welcome lor so. Can you give me a quick quick recap of what this vote. There are five thousand. Eight hundred warehouse workers in bessemer alabama voting on whether to or me union. It would be the first. Us amazon union. And it's also one of the largest if not dealer described to vote on forming a union in the us for amazon. And so there's a lot at stake here. It could kind of not like a beachhead free unions if it inspires other warehouse workers in other locations to organize. And what are we expecting the results so the results could happen at any time. The national labor relations board is counting up to balance and they could be this week or next antezana pretty vocal there. Obviously against this. And they've made the argument that they already pay their poise fifteen dollars an hour which is above the national minimum. What exactly are workers asking for. What's really prompting this. Push to unionize down in bessemer right. So the workers invest myr say that they would really like more control over their breaks and rest time and that comes from the fact that are ten hour shifts and they are extremely physical so people who are picking up packages from tote santa putting them on conveyor belts to be put in boxes are walking upwards of ten miles a day in their shifts bending down at santa gap again bet. Certain say there's other jobs where there's a lot of movement all day and amazon does offer breaks course and allows people to go to the bathroom whenever they need to. Workers say that the requirements to fill werner's are so onerous that they don't really get to take extra break on pop up those like hour rest period total of by ryan the the debris down thirty minutes. Relaunch to fifteen minute breaks right
Houston Billionaires John, Laura Arnold To Give Away 5% of Wealth Annually
"Charitable giving, billionaire philanthropist John and Laura Arnold announced they're committing 5% of their wealth annually helped boost giving to charities. Houston based couple the first billionaires to sign onto the advocacy organization. Global Citizens Give while you live effort basically exhorts billionaire participants commit giving 5% of their wealth and legal cause. Are also part of a coalition of donors and nonprofits looking to push Congress to raise giving requirements. Crude oil
Houston billionaires commit to donating 5 percent of their wealth
"Giving billionaire. Philanthropist john and laura arnold announced they're committing five percent of their wealth annually. Help boost a giving to charities. The houston-based couple the first billionaires to sign onto the advocacy organization global citizens give while you live effort. Basically exhorts billionaire participants. Commit giving five percent of their wealth and lead to a cause. Arnold's were part of a coalition of donors and nonprofits looking to push congress to raise giving requirements. Colonel futures
Scoop: Kids' border surge expected to last 7+ months
"I Heart radio. You're listening to the daily dive on use radio. Tell you f L, A welcome back to the Daily Dive Weekend edition. Finally, for this week, the surge of migrants of the border continues as expected to possibly less seven months as projections for September by Customs and border protection is anywhere from 22,000 to 25,000 migrants crossing the border. The administration is trying to get control over the situation. But the message is not reaching migrants and smugglers. Reuters recently spoke to over a dozen self identified smugglers to see how and why unaccompanied minors are crossing the border. In many cases, these smuggling operations can cost thousands for the migrants as they're transported by a variety of ways, even by plane. For more on how these smugglers air getting it done will speak to Laura got Steiner, Reuters correspondent based in Mexico, But some of the migration that we're seeing in context I mean, for a number of years Now we've been seeing an increasing number of families and Children coming from Central America. This is something that we saw under the Obama administration to the Trump administration and now under the five in administration. As you mentioned as well. Migration trends tend to be seasonal. So migration tends to pick up in January and February and then go through until you start to get the sub warmer summer months, And then it becomes more dangerous. So you know, it is definitely the case that there are more Migrants, particularly families and unaccompanied Children traveling to the U. S border than we've seen in previous months at the same time, you know, we saw a huge increase in the number of families and unaccompanied minors as well coming in 2019. So this is something that Really spans a number of different U. S administrations from both parties we wanted to speak is as you mentioned two smugglers to understand the trends of how these Children are getting to the U. S. Border. Because it certainly striking. Of course, as you hear stories of unaccompanied Children, Children without their parents or their legal guardians, including some very young Children arriving to the borders we wanted to understand, you know. How are they traveling? Who were they traveling with? How much does it cost for them to be traveling? And where are their parents? Because I think there's often this sense that the parents are all in Central
Weike Wang Reads Lara Vapnyar
"Heike haidara how you doing all right. Thanks for joining us. So when we talked about doing the podcast laura vapin. Er was your first thought. Why was that. I thought neon sign went off of my head. I've read the store many times but this was one of the first stories that you know From the magazine that i read and then it stuck with me for a really long time and since then i've read her older stories in the magazine but also all of her collections. Her novels i think her most recent one about her mother Right divide by. Sarah is a great example of being introduced to a very small piece of a writer's work and then wanting to read everything about what she's written and seeing what kind of terrain she covers them. So she's one of those writers that i'm always recommending to everyone. What was it when about this story when you read it. That made such an impression. I think she does a great job of being very laser focused on an experience from childhood. That has an impact in in adulthood for this protagonist and Her friend while also taking on something as large as may be the immigrant experience but having that happened mostly off stage and i found that incredible that the first half is mostly set. You know in a foreign country with Girls who are just like girls in any country and somehow we end up in a different place by the end of the story. I'm just amazed at how much time and also territory was covered with very very specific characters and just dolls and you also right Fairly often about the life of immigrants in the us and roy The story is about. Russian emigrants not immigrants from china but Do you feel that. There's overlap in your interests right. I did feel a certain kinship about that experience very familiar train. It was eerie. When i read it because i understood so much about the interior of the protagonist in that relationship but also just the backdrop of what was happening and class class within immigrants class in your native country in your new country. I found that was done expertly but very very very subtly.
'Zombie' Urchins Are Wiping Out Kelp Forests
"California francisco. has a sea urchin problem. They've exploded in numbers off the northern california coast and these purple spiky urchins are wiping out crucial kelp forests so scientists are searching for ways to slow him down. Here's npr's laura summer diving. A kelp forest is a lot like walking through a real forest. The seaweed is thirty to sixty feet tall. It's very surreal. You're kind of coming around. And then you have this large canopy over you. That's kind of filtering light. At least that's how it used to be says. Meredith mcpherson a graduate student at uc santa cruz. She and her colleagues found that ninety. Five percent of kelp forests have disappeared in counties north of san francisco. Cal provides a key habitat for all kinds of marine life. We were expecting something like that. But it doesn't really make it any easier to digest in terms of the actual loss of the coastal ecosystem because of an ecological double whammy. I came marine heat. Wave known as the blob. Water temperatures rose far above normal then came a more direct attack. Purple sea urchins. Their veracious grazers. They devour kelp. Sometimes we see dozens of them. Crawling up the stem of the kelp and kind of taking it down from there. Normally urchins are kept in check by their main predator off northern california a giant starfish sea star scientists call them known as the sunflower see star. But they've been wiped out by sea star wasting disease. Scientists think that both the disease the blob of warm water were made worse by climate change even now with most of the kelp off northern california gone the urgency
Interview With Dr. Laura Forese, COO, New York Presbyterian
"Welcome to our women's history month series on skimmed from the couch. Where we're telling you about the women who made history. This past year. Dr laura for east joins us on today's episode. She's the chief operating officer of new york presbyterian one of the largest nonprofit hospitals in the country on her leadership newyork presbyterian has been on the front lines fighting the covid nineteen pandemic since last year. Dr freeze thank you so much for joining us and welcome to skin from the couch so much. It's great to be with you. Your resume is very long as as i think. Doctors and chief operating officers at ten to be wants one job or when experience. You've had that means the most you. I started wanting to be a doctor from the time i was a little girl so it really is about for patients. But i really have shifted. After i was in practice for about ten years. i'm orthopedic surgeon. And i moved to become a fulltime hospital executive. Because i thought i'd be able to have more impact in so now is the chief operating officer of big hospital system. My job is really to make sure that the business runs so that our doctors nurses have everything that they need to do what they do best which is care for our patients so in some ways come full circle from where i thought i was going to be when i was a little girl. How did you know that you wanted to be in medicine when you were a kid. You know carly i have no real good answer for that it just from the time. It was a little girl. I thought that would be a great job. Every kid knows what a doctor is. They're going to help you get better and i was say my parents were always very encouraging. I don't have doctors in my family. But i had that as a little girl and i stuck with it when reading about you. What stood out is that you have one of the things that many that stood out was that early on in your residency twins. And i know everything there to know about med school residencies. Because i've seen grace anatomy. So i am very very educated on your fields. I still watch it. So i feel like i'm right in there but i want you to take us back to to that time. What was that time like for you. Especially at a time when there were very few women in orthopedics. Well let me start with there. Were very few women in medical school class. Unlike today where we have more women medical students than men. It was unusual then and i chose a field that had very few women in it.
Horrifying day of bloodshed as Myanmar security forces kill over 100 protesters
"Have been killed by Burmese security forces on the deadliest day yet of demonstrations against last month's coup. You and Human Rights office said the violence had spanned 40 locations. Laura Baker reports, Witnesses reported that the sound of gunfire at times seemed relentless. Smoke from various fires rose above the cities of Yangon and Mandali. Local media claimed that a number of Children have been short as the number of dead continues to rise. This has become one of the bloodiest day since the military seized power on February the first The United Nations in Myanmar said it was horrified by the needless loss of life, the United States, the U and the U. K all cold for the violence to stop immediately. An ethnic armed group in eastern Myanmar, says
Former Florida teacher mailed threatening letters, white powder to her previous schools
"Busiest ports. Revenge comes back to bite. A former teacher in Florida, Maria Laura, said letters containing a mysterious white powder to four elementary schools were she had effectively been fired for poor performance. The letters were addressed to people who had played a role in her reviews or terminations. 66 year old former teacher said she wanted her recipients to believe the M been exposed to a deadly biological toxin. Turns out the powder was just baking soda. Laurel pleaded guilty in federal court to making the threats more than two years ago. She could
Crypto Exchange FTX on the Verge of Winning Naming Rights for the Miami Heat's Arena
"Today's guest is miami mayor francis for us. Welcome their says. Hi laura to pleasure to be with you as we record. Miami looks poised to approve the first cryptocurrency exchange sponsor of an nba rena friday. Which is the day. This episode comes out the miami dade county commission will vote on whether not to approve the deal. In which the current american airlines arena would be renamed. Ftse serena how did this deal come about well. It was an open bid and they bid. I think one hundred thirty five million dollars for the naming rights or the Putting a very big bid. But i think it wouldn't happen if it wasn't for the fact that miami is trying and striving very very much to become the crypto capital world. And we're doing that Frankly by doing some things that i think are very easy. The first thing we did was we scoured the united states to find out. What are the most crypto friendly laws in in the in the us. We found out that it was wyoming so we promptly copy their loss tried to improve them and now have a bill in the house in the senate that is making its way up to the governor Which would make florida. The most crypto friendly state in the nation and then as we implemented A resolution that would allow our employees to get paid in bitcoin that would allow residents to pay for fees and bitcoin and that would allow the city or at least explore the possibility of the city investing in bitcoin. So we wanted to sort of own this space because we think that crypto currencies of the future and we want to be known as the city of the future.
Gardening Through the Seasons With Laura Ekasetya, Former Director Of Lurie Garden
"Having just moved across the seasonal threshold of the vernal equinox here in the northern hemisphere. This week we continue our focus on land and land ecology-based garden projects this time in conversation with horticulturalist and plants woman laura ecosystem area. I spoke with laura late last season. Checking in with her on her work as director and head horticulturalist at the famed lurie garden in chicago's millennium park. Welcome to the program. Laura i have been following the lurie garden since it opened in two thousand four and i have been following your work for years now in the public around. It is really lovely to have you here with me. Thank you for having me. This is wonderful. I would love to have you share with listeners. Your current relationship with plants. I have described you as the director and head horticulturalist at the garden. But what does that actually mean laura. And what is your relationship to plants. Both personally and professionally. What do they look like right now. In your life my relationship to plants right now is trying to imagine what they will look like through multiple seasons. Were in a very four season part of the country. And i'm always interested in what will be the next thing that you're i will go to in a garden setting. I started out in this career early on working with research evaluation plants of perennials and it was always interesting to see them lined up side by and how they changed over the seasons and even within seasons and i think i came to this garden because i was really interested in how time is an element in garden design and i think that's a good intro to understanding. Go worry gardens clementine concepts.
Biden Speaks Out Against Mass Shooting in Boulder, CO
"The shooting at the Boulder King Soopers, the consequences of all this or deeper than I said, suspect, we know By that I mean the metal consequences. The feeling of anyway, just Through too many of these He's calling for more gun law reform, including closing loopholes for background checks. We are learning more about the 10 people who died in Boulder. The 10 victims who died in the king super shooting were from 20 to 65 years old. The youngest 20 year old Denny stung, worked at the store The frame around his Facebook profile picture says I'm a grocery worker. I can't stay home. 25 year old Ricky Olds and 51 year old Terry Liker also worked. A King Soopers and 62 year old Lyn Murray was a photo director for several fashion magazines. Laura Hatch K Away. NewsRadio, Colorado Congressman Jonah
Eastern Australia Is Facing Worst Floods In Decades
"Less than two years. After bushfires blazed across australia the countries east coast is seeing its worst flooding in decades. Some areas accumulated over yard of rainfall since downpours started last thursday. Tens of thousands have been ordered to evacuate on sunday alone. Five hundred giga leaders of water. The same volume of water and sydney harbour spilled out of sydney's largest dam even as rain subsides. The floodwater will still post trouble for weeks to come joined now by laura chung who has been reporting on all of this for the sydney morning herald. Welcome thank you for having me. Thank you for being with us. So what are you hearing from people on the ground there. Can you talk about the scope of the damage that they've seen so far of course say unlike the bush fires. We don't actually have a clear image of how much has just been damaged or destroyed. We know it's significant part of the state but what we do know is there has been water. Everywhere we've heard and seen houses just picked up floating down rivers that used to be farms and paddocks we've heard of livestock just being completely washed away their videos and of cows and horses just trying to make it through these really heavy floodwaters and what used to be straits and headaches just now yet completely flooded with water right up to where the pow lines off so if you can imagine that it is very striking image. What about people who didn't weren't able to evacuate and are now stranded. I mean how are rescue operations going right now for a lot of people who live in these low lying plains. Floods aunt anything new to them. They've lived with them before they know how to prepare for them. But there are a lot of people who would just not quite ready for how quickly the water would come up So we've got thousands of volunteers from the state. Emergency service who out there along with police on an interstate help as well. Who are rescuing people in. Bart's people saint helicopters being deployed to try and aol if people out of certain areas. And you're not only are off volunteers having to deal with the really intense flooding conditions. They're also having to deal with the wildlife. That's coming their way as
"laura done" Discussed on Female Criminals
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"laura done" Discussed on KOMO
"9 11. People living along the northwest Gulf Coast are watching the sky as they rush to prepare for the arrival of the next big storm. ABC. Jim Ryan in Texas says landfall just a few hours away. Ah, critical part of Storm Prep involves cutting tree limbs that might be blown into power lines, knocking out electricity. Delta will be the fourth named Storm to hit Louisiana this season. We are really from what Laura did to us. Nick Hunter is the mayor of Lake Charles, which was devastated by Hurricane Laura six weeks ago. To have this hit right now is really tough on our citizens. It's tough on our structures. He's urging anyone still left in Lake Charles to get out now. Jim Ryan ABC NEWS News time 9 12 13 People face charges linked to a conspiracy to abduct Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer from her vacation home prior to the elections. Social groups. We're preparing to kidnap and possibly kill me. Six men are facing federal charges. Another seven facing state charges. The FBI and state police raiding the home of one of the suspects took action after they say the men, part of a group called the Wolverine Watchman, met this week to exchange tactical gear and toe pull their money to allegedly by explosives. The alleged mission attack the governor before election Day, according to investigators. The planning was months in the making, and they say the men even allegedly going to the governor's vacation home twice to conduct surveillance. The suspects, police say, even planned to blow up a bridge and allegedly intended to hold Wittmer for a trial and then execute er. According to the FBI. The men were apparently angry because of Governor Whitmore's restrictions during the current virus.
"laura done" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Conventions. Final night he's going to make his pitch from the White House for a second term to a nation struggling with covert 19 racial justice and now Ah Hurricane ABC is Jim Ryan joins us tonight from New Orleans after riding out the storm in Lake Charles, Louisiana, not far from where Hurricane Laura came ashore as a Category four storm. And what did Laura do, Jim? A little odd. He was a rough night last night air in 24 hours ago. Of course, the name Laura struck fear in the hearts of nearly everyone living along the northwest corner of the Gulf of Holding on to tropical storm status, dumping rain on central Arkansas In the next few hours. She'll be a tropical depression, but the last day has brought chaos to the lives of about half a million people who were ordered to evacuate and as soon as the winds have died down. The cleanup began clearing debris away from the streets comes first tonight, Utility crews have flooded into southwestern Louisiana to begin restoring service to tens of thousands of homes and businesses left without power at Aaron. As Laura dies in Arkansas, thousands of miles away off the west coast of Africa, Forecasters are keeping their eye on another disturbance. It has atleast a slight chance of becoming a tropical cyclone in the next 48 hours. We are in peak hurricane season Jim one more quick one. I know there are as many as 150 people that the folks in southwestern Louisiana said may have ridden out the storm right along the coastline, any word on search and rescue efforts. Well, they're just now getting underway in that part down in Cameron Parish, Louisiana. They're now getting out there, clearing away enough with road so that the emergency crews search and rescue can get in there. It is thought that everyone has been accounted for, but we won't know until tomorrow. Really. We do know that at least six people did die in this storm, most of them from accidents related to the storm. People having trees. Fall on them a man who electrocuted himself one who drowned when his boat sank at the height of the storm s. Oh yes, the There is a death toll associated with this primarily incidental fatalities related to the storm. Maybe sees Jim Ryan from New Orleans tonight. ABC is Karen Travers covers the White House for us, and she is with us on the convention's final night. The president will undoubtedly say something about about Laura and get ready to travel to the region. Yeah, we're expecting him to offer prayers and well wishes to those who are dealing with the aftermath of the storm. The president went over to FEMA today to get a briefing on this, and he said that he had considered delaying this speech tonight. Remember, Aaron, We talked about this last night that we were hearing there was Discussions about an alternative plan. If the storm really turned out to be bad that they would consider not having the president give the acceptance speech tonight, he said. We got a little bit lucky, he says. It was very big. It was very powerful, but it passed quickly. Also quickly.
"laura done" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"laura done" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast
"After the reading, you know, interest after reading the letter, you ask yourself, this is somebody I would trust or not trust with my money. It's it's an extraordinary method because when you talk about it, I kind of go like. Seems like it could work. I'm just not sure I would be able to tell. Okay. Tell me that that is that is that's like you just hit pagers. Asli and this is so important. And particularly in these crazy times where we have people who don't who who believe b. s. before they believe true. So so I tell the story in the book of my p lawyer who called me up one day instead, Laura. Did you read Goldman Sachs's letter this year? I know why will I don't understand. I said, really? Well, I'll take a look at it. I looked at the letter. It was, you know, again, because I have this training. The first paragraph was magnificent. It's clearly stated what had happened. One-sentence followed the other logically or is kind of a beginning. We all learned this. You know the opening sentence and then developed there was closing, and then we got to the next pair of and it was like the bus ran off the road. The first sense it was full of jogging convoluted it was run on. The next sense was run on. It was like it was. It was a terror. And what were they talking about in that paragraph? This is two thousand eight. They were talking about how it is how it was that. The fact that Goldman Sachs was counterpart to AIG had nothing to do with AIG's very expensive bailout by the government. Which which was the problem. Because of course, the former head of Goldman Sachs was the Treasury Secretary, so so I thought, wow, well, there's a smoking gun. And so I called my lawyer back, Stephen, I, you know, look, this is what I found than so he he looked at well, that's right. That's right. I said, how could you not see them? And he said to me in this in answer to your question, because I didn't think that was smart enough. Yeah, yeah. Now, what is it? It's, it's it's how the, you know that old story, but the emperor's new clothes. And that's why this work is. I've never said this before, but that's why the work is so important. So empowering because we, each of us in order to be come truth tellers. We need to become truth seekers, and we need to be able to trust are not just we didn't need to trust our instincts and that our words will come from those instincts. I couldn't agree more. I think it's incredibly important to have some training and some experience in really analyzing what these words are trying to say. Are they trying to confuse us? Are they trying to be clear? And I mean somebody trying to learn this whole investing practice things still. It's a completely get where you're coming from. Because when you're somebody with no experience reading these things, that's not obvious. It could've easily been the situation that he was just not understanding. And you were going to call him and say, oh, this is so clear, and I'm going to explain it to you, but because you have the perspective in the experience on it, you're able to say, wait a second. This is total fog. I think this is so important, so so it's it's wonderful that we're at this point in our conversation because. At this time in the history of human history. And remember human beings have only been around one hundred thousand years compared to Wales who've been around one hundred million years. And think about it of all the creatures that exist on this planet only human beings have developed the ability to create symbolic to to to use symbolic language. So other animals have language to make tools to communicate emotional feelings in someone with each other. We're learning more and more about that, but no other animal Chengdu's language to create things that do not exist in nature. No other animal can create both tops or penicillin or hydrogen bombs. Only humans can do this sink about the power of the gifts that we have been given. And what are we doing with this gift? We're using this gift of of language to to create the world..
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"laura done" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Washington dc today laura bicker is all sold correspondent laura do we know what is in the letter that is being carried to donald trump today wouldn't we love to know what's in that letter and i think there are a number of people speculating as to the content of the letter but what we do and what kim jong il has said within the last twenty four hours and who he said it too and that is to sergei lavrov the russian foreign minister he made a visit to pyongyang he is the first senior russian official to visit their sincere since kim jong came to power and he said that he was committed to denuclearization of the korean peninsula but he wants a stage by stage process the slower process as opposed to what the us wants which is more rapid disarmament so the two do not seem to be in the same page a toll yet who knows how the talks are going on behind the scenes but it is interesting if you look at the front page of the north korean newspaper today there's that picture of a smiling kim jong shaking the hand of sergei lavrov are having a knows that he's going to visit mosque go by the end of this year and have a summit with ladimir putin the message to the us if you don't deal with me i have others who might on presumably every major of kim jong un or indeed his allies meeting important people from the united states from russia from john every single one is a propaganda gained fame yes i mean he looks like the global leader global statesmen there have been so many pictures of him with mike pompeo with president gee with president moon now he's going to have one with vladimir putin all of this making him look like the global statesman and much of this is down to.
"laura done" Discussed on KOIL
"Forty laura did you watch the nba they lost went wrong did you watch it uh but by whether it just did you see theme the national anthem fergie with the national anthem to two boeing do we have that james her i we don't have a job anyway if you saw you saw fergie's some of that later the national average distal ripped apart uh but but again i gotta go back to this whole thing of know pop culture look braun a commie comedy isn't even comedy anymore i don't know if you saw david chapelle you know he had been gone for while comes back i guess he didn't get the memo started making jokes about dumb at a joke about a transsexual which is funny but dumb he was excoriated for uh and in fact he told the dow he had the tear the tone adel arm he had to come out in no kind of be little anti trump that's the thing to now is a to get your street crib you have to be anti trump right we got another coal we've got a jeff calling from alaska hey jeff how're you thanks for calling the warring groups are appreciated when romero you'd or a great job good show you just honored to weigh in on the name you you notice when you know all of the the liberal arts announcers on all the shows there are gathering there you know pulling away gan's karavelic broad james you know they're they're they're all column of names because there's other crybaby uh you know one about other things that he says it what they're all circling the wagons around him now because of what lari ingram said about him yet if you put a microphone in front of charles barkley you could have straightforward well thought out here answer you ever seen do you get somebody that thinks about what he says before he says it any and he's he's correct but what he's laurent j those ocoee ignorant person starting off these things.
"laura done" Discussed on RobinLynne
"And here loading of relief these horses and this is calling the uh she sees reindeer any no out of uh zola mall full read is simple three loan problem on two nine gene although defendants ed vinnie uh maybe you mary chris man meaning cremedas man is milo gene no she's face foul on you could of bad any time bob by g when the eu's worldwide of each the show the law the one dan yes the the oh god three had gentle flower global vijay assess home rupaul bond now just one post session i would from the god dan the yeah yeah she will away good dole led three up all fresh sheet no no no when you walked in in all wounding rameez was today laura did the sad student but soon this a crowd hey the fee oh did don't fly away aw the.
"laura done" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Forty laura did you watch the angle ingrahamangle last night in specifically did you catch the segment with the first segment lescot volga in and sean duffy and joe trapeze duffy in tribute or they still under the table were will actually i think they got scared well they've was about race and president trump and then my segment with a quote trial attorney in boston who is defending this judge's decision to stop the trump administration from preventing two illegal immigrants from getting abortions in the united states go to your home country you are abortion go on your home country and if it's illegal there you can go somewhere else that that that wants to it wants to oversee this by the way one of the women's group babies is six months in the one six months in the one we showed a picture of what of six sixmonth preborn baby looks like by the way she didn't like that at all so did you see those segments and what was your reaction eight five five forty laura we'll take a break come right back and remember pence is gonna join us also day brad don't go away one name remains sao today we are giving the people their money back pretax scam becomes even more cowardly outrageous dishonest brazen threat from middle class families we will have so much winning that you may get bored with wedding the laura ingraham show may that deemed not they are now but bad i didn't go to ring 2018 is right.
"laura done" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Forty laura did you watch the angle ingrahamangle last night in specifically did you catch the segment with the first segment lescot volga in and sean duffy and joe trip is duffy in tribute or they still under the table they were flare actually i think they got scared well it was about race and president trump and then my segment with a quote trial attorney in boston who is defending this judge's decision to stop the trump administration from preventing two illegal immigrants from getting abortions in the united states go on to your home country are abortion go on your home country and if it's illegal there you can go somewhere else that that that wants to it wants to oversee this by the way one of the women's babies is six months in the womb six months in the won't we showed a picture of what of sixmonth preborn baby looks like by the way she didn't like that at all so did you see those segments and what was your reaction eight five five forty laura we'll take a break come right back and remember pence is going to join us also day brad don't go away one name remains sao we are giving the people their money back pretax scam becomes even more cowardly outrageous dishonest brazen threat from middle class families we will have so much winning that you'll never get bored with wedding the laura ingraham show bad dean they are now but bad running a ring 2018 is right.
"laura done" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Forty laura did you watch the angle ingrahamangle last night in specifically did you catch the segment with the first segment lescot volga in and sean duffy and joe trip is duffy entropy are they still under the table were flare actually i think they got scared that well it was about race and president trump and then my segment with a quote trial attorney in boston who is defending this judge's decision to stop the trump administration from preventing two illegal immigrants from getting abortions in the united states go on to your home country you are abortion go on your home country and if it's illegal there you can go somewhere else that that that wants to it wants to oversee this by the way one of the women's a babies is six months in the one six months in the one we shut a picture of what a sixmonth preborn baby looks like by the way she didn't like that at all so did you see those segments and what was your reaction eight five five forty laura we'll take a break come right back and remember pence is going to join us also day brad don't go away reading my name mains sao we are giving the people their money back pretax scam becomes even more cowardly outrageous dishonest brazen threat from middle class families we will have so much winning that you'll never get bored with wedding the laura ingraham show bad dean now they are now but i didn't go to ring up 2018 is.
"laura done" Discussed on KOIL
"Forty laura did you watch the angle ingrahamangle last night in specifically did you catch the segment with the first segment lescot volga in and sean duffy and joe trip stuffy in tribute or they still under the table they will spare actually i think they got scared but well it was about race and president trump and then my segment with a quote trial attorney in boston who is defending this judge's decision to stop the trump administration from preventing two illegal immigrants from getting abortions in the united states go onto your home country you are abortion go of your home country and if it's illegal there you can go somewhere else that that that wants to it wants to oversee this by the way one of the women babies is six months in the warm six months in the one we shut a picture of what a sixmonth preborn baby looks like by the way she didn't like that at all so did you see those segments and what was your reaction eight five five forty laura we'll take a break come right back and remember pence is going to join us also day brad don't go away my name names sao today we are giving the people their money back pretax scanned the comes even more cowardly outrageous dishonest brazen threat theft from middle class families we will have so much winning that you may get bored wedding the laura ingraham show dean martin are now but bad reading a map 2018.
"laura done" Discussed on WCTC
"Is a serious matter now the msnbc crowd is really reaching desperate to reach identity politics in every situation that's one point is there a racial overtone and president trump talking about this issue shoplifting is a very big deal in china as it should be five to ten years in jail but not to the father love our should have gotten his son out during my next trip to china instead in china told them why they were released very ungrateful eight five five forty laura does this bug you that the president gets down in the mud on these issues or do you think there's a genius element to it eight five five forty laura we'll get into that also jeff flake is saying that the gop is is going to be toast if it becomes the party of roy moore of course i tweeted back now where the where the party of toast and it is toast if where the party of jeff flake was an eighteen percent approval rating in his own state that's what i think if we're the party of the globalists' were real toast which is why we lost to presidential elections in a row and two thousand eight and two thousand twelve wasn't until we had a populist conservative running that we actually had a chance of winning the electoral college you even if we didn't win the popular vote but i mean cia i love her jeff flake who who's who basically says he's leaving office has no constituency and his own state and yet he's the goto guy on the sunday shows or he's the goto guy for the media say aha jeff flake says this eight five five forty laura do you like the fact that donald trump calls out these frauds are like love vare balm do you like the fact that he taped gbs issues like the national anthem or do you think it's one big distraction another roy more key accuser are actually not another remark is another alfreton accuser talks to cnncom a new person will tell you about that.
"laura done" Discussed on WCTC
"Very big deal in china as it should be five to ten years in jail but not to the father love our should have gotten his son out during my next to china instead in china told them why they were released very ungrateful eight five five forty laura does this bug you that the president gets down in the mud on these issues or do you think there's a genius element to it eight five five forty laura we'll get into that also jeff flake is saying that the gop is is going to be toast if it becomes the party of roy moore of course i tweeted back now where the party of toast and it is toast if we're the party of judge aake was an eighteen percent approval rating in his own state that's what i think if we're the party of the global were real toast which is why we lost to presidential elections in a row and two thousand eight and two thousand twelve wasn't until we had a populist conservative running that we actually had a chance of winning the electoral college even if we didn't win the popular vote but i read cia i love our jeff flake who who's who basically says he's leaving office has no constituency and his own state and yet he's the goto guy on the sunday shows or he's the goto guy for the media say flakes says verse eight five five forty laura do you like the fact that donald trump calls out these frauds are like love vare balm do you like the fact that he takes on these issues like the national anthem or do you think it's one big distraction another roy more key accuser are actually not another remark is another out franken accuser talks to cnncom a new person will tell you about that as roy moore's accuser who was fourteen when she described her encounter with him she went on the today show today we're gonna play some of that audio for you and see what you think after hearing her i watched her and i thought she was very i thought just again just as a woman watching and other woman i thought she was very credible am sorry but rumour that's the.
"laura done" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Won't disappoint in her eight five five forty laura do you believe there is a double standard with the way the elites in politics entertainment industry and business treat women get away with it and what does that tell you about the the great moral courage they claim to have visavis our president harvey weinstein seeks forgiveness the expiration of his sins by going after wayne lapierre and let's not forget his films killed bill and so many other disgusting gross films i mean come on so he's he's he's now the paragon of virtue and he's going to take on the nra oh that's original how what an original idea hollywood really is fresh out of ideas they've been taken on wayne lapierre and he's been dealing with with them and the nra has been dealing with these leftists since i've been in politics since i first interview charleton heston and 1985 five that's how long this has been going on just on the nra front we'll take a break eight five five forty laura weinstein exposed well after it looks like he exposed himself yeah the times reports wednesday reached at least eight settlements each up to one hundred fifty thousand dollars with women who had alleged improper conduct suddenly about the power of movies the laura ingraham show.
"laura done" Discussed on Nature Podcast
"Compared to a few years ago laura does it seem like get more not path them we well or is it still quite unknown whether where we're heading in that direction am so i serve when we look at where for example solar prices wear five for 10 years ago things looked much worse for renewables but now things have gone down and we've seen many countries around the world in particular in europe that have seen a significant share of their specially electricity mixed coming from renewables yaacob would you be able to paint soft abroad broad picture of what a lowcarbon world would look like compared to what we today we don't we don't have eight a blueprint as it were so clearly it's it's a lot of imagination in all that we have to uh uh to use my perhaps you know could have done to standing or vision of an carbon future is where your electrcity system is significantly decarbonised but also in addition would argue there has to be some degree of for awarenessbuilding and behavioural change that lined with the whole of technology cutlerinnovation that we should expect in a lowkey futurelaura what would you say is the tech that we're we're missing to get to that feature if there is any i think we are still at a point in which we need a innovation in a range of technologies um but ii one of the areas i would highlight is utility scale energy storage since it's something that we will need to increase the share of electricity that comes from renewables but i would say that we also need improvements in things like carbon capture sequestration uh we need further improvements in solar power and i think there's still a lot to do in the long terming thinks like nuclear power laura mentioned utility scale storage riches anything that can store electrical energy in a power grid on largescale this is something that becomes more important with renewables because you need storage to even out the variable power generation you get with wind and solar in practice though what would storage on such large scale actually look like.