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"lebeau" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Four months, 6.13%, with more on markets and the economy here's CNBC's Jessica edinger. Stocks opened this morning after a winning day yesterday for the major averages. As inflation has been coming down the economy is holding up stronger than expected economic data, better than expected economic growth and durable goods orders plus fewer people applied for unemployment benefits last week, even with all the job cut headlines you're hearing. Chipotle, by the way, says it's hiring. Needs 15,000 workers for the spring. Airlines have been killing it with big demand and higher fares last week it was united. Yesterday it was American, said revenue was up 17% in the last quarter over the same quarter in 2019 before the pandemic. JetBlue had better than expected results. There was a small miss for Alaska air. Southwest had a terrible quarter after its holiday meltdown. This is a miss far worse than what people were expecting. It's the lingering impact. That's putting further pressure on this stock. The lingering impact from the meltdown in December, they're expecting a negative impact of 300 to $500 million. People booking away, deceleration on bookings. CNBC's Phil lebeau. Meantime, southwest is being investigated by the Department of Justice, looking into whether the airline deceived flyers by scheduling more flights in December than it knew it could realistically handle. Bed Bath & Beyond shares plunged yesterday. It's warning. It doesn't have the cash to pay down its debts. Walmart owned Sam's Club. We'll open about 30 new stores over the next 5 years, it sees growth for warehouse club sales. Apple, lowering the trade in value for some iPhones for customers who like to trade in older models for cash toward new ones, according to Mac rumors. The charm offensive is on for Southwest Airlines. Yeah, well, Southwest Airlines CEO seems to be on another apology tour with the release of quarterly results yesterday. The airline is refunding affected passengers. But it's not making them whole with everything. When flights were canceled, people lost money in other ways, like for tickets they bought for events they couldn't get to, or no show fees. They were charged for reservations they couldn't keep. Do you realize you give us some sense of how much do you understand just how mad your customers are about what happened to the last week of the year? Well, Phil, first thanks for being here. But I just got to start with a huge apology to our customers and to our employees. We really messed up that week, and you've got my sincere apologies, and you got my full commitment. It's on me to do what it takes to fix our issues. CNBC's Phil lebeau with Southwest CEO bob Jordan on CNBC. On today's watch list, we get the fed's favorite read on inflation. The personal consumption expenditures report for December, this could move the market today. Personal income and consumer spending numbers will be out plus the latest on consumer sentiment earnings from Chevron and American Express. Thank you, Jessica edinger at now 24 after the hour
"lebeau" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Remembered for the 1960s sitcom Hogan's heroes. He was Corporal Louis lebeau, the French soldier in a German POW camp who liked to cook I want you to taste my vibes. The accent was real, clary was born in France, and because he was Jewish, the Germans sent him to concentration camps during World War II, but he said it was his duty to speak of the Holocaust, so for 20 years he gave lectures about the horrors of what happened. Jennifer Kuiper CBS News. Robert clary was 96. Aaron judge's record setting home run ball could be yours. It's a history. The Texas lawyer who caught the Yankee sluggers number 62 is auctioning it off later this month, he'd already reportedly turned down a $3 million offer. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News. Chicago's news traffic and weather station, news radio one O 5 9 and W BBM news radio dot com. These 5 O 5 Europe dark and early on a Friday morning, a cold one, really good to have you joining us. I'm Cisco codo. Temperatures are in the 20s this morning, wind chills in the teens, a little snow on the ground in some areas. I'd like to see what we can expect for the rest of the day. We'll check in now live with AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore. You know, it's concerned when I looked at this coming in this morning, Cisco about some of these snow showers that have been coming through over the last hour or two that have put down a quick coating to as much as an inch and some spots right now they're hanging out from Oakland down through blue island over to Hammond and Gary on the Indiana side of things, so be careful in those areas. We're going to get some more flurries and a snow shower and bitterly cold temperatures the rest of the day I've got details coming up and about ten minutes. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist team divorce. One person is dead
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Robert Clary, last of the ‘Hogan’s Heroes’ stars, dies at 96
"Actor Robert clary known for his role on the TV show Hogan's heroes has died of natural causes at his home in Beverly Hills California according to his niece Clary was 96 I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career Why do I always have to risk my life Cleary was the last surviving member of the cast of Hogan's heroes He played the French Corporal lebeau He also performed in stage musicals and on daytime dramas and he recorded several albums Clary was born in a Jewish family in Paris and spent nearly three years in Nazi concentration camps as a teenager His parents in ten siblings were killed under the Nazis cleary believed his youth and ability to work kept him alive Clary gave talks about his experiences later in life and his family says he always told students don't ever hate
CNBC's Fast Money
"lebeau" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Got an earnings alert here on United Airlines. The stock is popping after hours despite posting a miss on the top and the bottom lines. The united says it expects to report a profit for the full year 2022 after a tough first quarter. Phil lebeau is back with a first on CNBC interview with united CEO Scott Kirby, Phil. Thank you, Melissa, Scott. I don't know how else to say this, but that's some serious guidance that you gave for the rest of this year. I don't want to focus too much on the first quarter. I want to instead focus on the reason the stock is moving higher, profitable second quarter, and then the rest of this year, I just looked at the before I came over here, the analysts are expecting you guys to lose two 30, I think. What's changed? I've never seen really what's changed is demand. I've never seen in my career and I've been in this industry a long time, such a hockey stick increase in demand. Leisure demand, but also business demand. We actually expect business our business revenue, book business revenue, to be above 2019 levels in just a few weeks. And we're already booking more business revenue than we have capacity. It's really amazing. We know that it always goes up in the summertime. Spring and summer is the busy time. But you guys expect this type of demand to go well beyond spring and summer. How long does this last? Yeah, look, I think we're in the first inning. This is really the turning point, the inflection point for coming out of COVID as we transition from pandemic into endemic. And this is the first quarter. We still have a long way to go on the business travel recovery, a ways to go on Europe. Asia is basically not open yet. And another way I think about this is we're back to 2019 revenue levels and we're producing the kind of 10% operating margins this quarter. But nominal GDP since 2019 has grown by 16%. Normally we would grow with nominal GDP. That would sort of tell you if we just get back to the normal trends, there's another 16% to go. I mean, it really is an amazing turnaround. The skeptic would say, look at airfares and that you guys are capturing that early pent up demand and that with airfares at this level where you're making up the full increase in jet fuel costs, you're not going to be able to keep it at these levels for this long. The industry won't be able to keep them at these levels. Well, look, I think demand is going to continue to grow. You look at business travel, it really is on it. You look at the charts that we have internally there, just heading up and to the right. It's got a ways to go. European travel. It's really strong right now. But we still have testing requirements. There's going to be a step function increase in that happens. Asia demand is not there yet. I mean, really, we're still 16 points behind where we should be. And fares have gone up compared to pandemic levels. But there are still a great value. And there's still probably back to 2017, 18 inflation adjusted levels, still a great value, still a great bargain to travel. And I think demand is really just really just in the first inning of the real travel recovery. Scott Melissa has a question for you. Melissa? Hey Scott, I was wondering how you think about what the trajectory of this looks like. And whether or not there's a certain element of pull forward travel that is going on, we talk about revenge spending a lot. Maybe there's some of that going on in terms of travel and leisure in that spending won't be done later on or next year because it's being done now because it's the first time people can get out and go. Yeah. Well, look, I think it's still to be determined question. My own opinion is that that's not the case. And particularly we're still well behind trend relative to GDP from a macro level. And so there's a long way to go. I would also tell you that a year ago, people were saying the exact same thing about domestic leisure travel. It's all been put forward. It's pent up demand. And it's done nothing but accelerate since then. Really, I think part of what happens here is particularly after what we all went through in the pandemic. The value of experience, the recognition of going out of business trip and meeting with the client going on a business conference and networking. I think people appreciate it even more. I think there's going to be at least as much demand as it was before and arguably more. I certainly am traveling more and expect to do that forever. And I think there are a lot of people out there who are going to travel even more than they did before the pandemic started. And will you be more judicious in terms of your capacity? I know you're already being judicious in the second quarter. Does that continue for the remainder of this year? Yeah, look, there are a lot of challenges around the industry in terms of being able to support the flying. You see a lot of airlines actually have some meltdowns. United were fortunate. We've hired 6000 people. We don't really have a challenge hiring people. We have great careers. But there's all the other infrastructure challenges. And because of that, we're taking our time bringing capacity back. Our number one objective is to make sure that we focus on the long-term customers and operate reliably. I'm proud that so far this month we're number one in on time performance of all airlines in the country. We're number one in completion factor and our team is doing a great job. But we're not going to let the possibility of short term profits put the customer experience at risk. And we're prioritizing operational reliability. So we're going to gradually adding capacity and making sure that we can do so and do so reliably. Scott Kirby, CEO of United Airlines, on a huge day with,.
"lebeau" Discussed on WTOP
"7 50 not only does clutter look bad It also causes stress and procrastinators are more likely to have a hard time getting clutter cleaned up Chicago journalist Emily laboe lucchese wrote about it in The New York Times and joined us earlier on WTO I found that there is really a direct correlation between people who tend to procrastinate even doing things like pain bills on time to clutter and part of that is because going through clutter is a job And you have to make decisions and you decide what you keep and what you're trying to see And so people tend to procrastinate that Well researchers examined the emotional toll of all of this mess So who did they study and what did they find So they looked at families in the Los Angeles area And so these are dual income married couples and they have at least one school aged child at home And so not too surprisingly the wife's in the study were more stressed about the clutter than the husbands But that would change if the husband tended to be more involved in the household maintenance But what they found is that when people wake up in the morning they tend to have higher cortisol levels We're getting out the door We're busy We're trying to meet those deadlines of getting to work And school And then as we go through our day that level drops and we go through a recovery period The exception was people who perceived themselves having a cluttered home they never got that relief throughout the day they were very stressed And so that's indicative of an impact on well-being Journalist Emily lebeau lucasi here on WTO peace speaking with our Hillary Howard researchers suggest you try to look past any emotional connections you may have to items so you can cut down on the clutter And you know the music soon you'll be seeing a familiar face on Sesame Street First Lady Joe Biden set to record segments for the children's show tomorrow she'll be talking about what military families go through and it's not the first time she's worked with Sesame Street He joined forces with a workshop in July to help advertise new resources for military families to discuss race and diversity She also appeared in a video with Sesame Street character rosita who was Mexican American And in April new surface that Biden would be a special guest on Sesame Street 50 years of sunny days That's a documentary celebrating the children's show Straight ahead in money news he's the cost of living still going up We used to ask this a lot during the pandemic our hotels bouncing back Finally a popular sock maker with reputation for helping the.
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"lebeau" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"What's the guy's name? Let me look it up. What's dick for meal is the coach of man, I think he was actually the ranch coach. Hold on. Steelers, defensive core denature. Dick lebeau, dick labeau is who I'm thinking of. So he was a defensive genius. He had all these crazy exotic blitzes and dick for me. Dick lebeau. I knew it was a sound terrible, but why do people name their kids dick or Richard? I never would do that to my kid, because it's a bad idea. Anyway, the Steelers had all kinds of crazy exotic blitzes. They would blitz anybody at any time coming after the quarterback. Contemporary on quarterback, I don't think at the time was equipped to deal with that. I bet even today Tom Brady would have a hard time against a defense like that because it's dealing a blitz sucks, especially when you're having a hard time identifying where it's coming from. And the Steelers just oh man. So Brady talked about it with a lot of humility saying like, you know, I was scared and I was rattled by the blitzes that the Pittsburgh defense was coming after. So, you know, not only because he was, you know, being hurt was a good excuse for Belichick to take Brady out, but Brady was also rattled. I mean, Belichick, you know, Brady in this interview could have said, yeah, I was just hurt, but he was pretty clear like I also kind of got benched. That's what happened. And in comes through blood cell plays fantastic leads the Patriots to the Super Bowl and you're like, what a weird turn of events. The same thing that happened to caused your blood so to lose his job in week two of the 22,001 NFL season happens to get an AFC title game. And then there's this controversy like, are you gonna go with Drew Bledsoe for the Super Bowl or is maybe 'cause your butt's will play great and came in when Tom Brady wasn't playing great. Or are you gonna go back to Tom Brady? And drew mentions that he remembers Tom being really fired up for him in that moment, which is hard to do. And then they talk about the Super Bowl and Brady mentions like, yeah, I wasn't even old enough to get a rental car in New Orleans, which by the way I'm 24. I'm still not old enough to easily get a rental car. I had to get triple-A when I moved here and get to be able to get around there. It's a pain in the butt. It's crazy. You can't get a rental car till you're 25, but you can get you could join the army. You can get plaster drunk. You can do all kinds of stuff, but God forbid, you can't drive a rental car, but you can die in the military..
"lebeau" Discussed on Whispering Huntys
"Wait is there. I know a should've told me so. Sorry we're such really bringing this to me now. Okay good you have to be able to because my dream to be to start your own agency to dj cardi. Got to get entrepreneur. All i could do that can't so okay so at this point. Thank god we only have one drag race to talk about. Because i'm literally at my wit's end who do you think we'll take the brown will damn now that we got a knee injury on onboard. Yeah aided and charity is coy. Look which yeah was stupid. yeah Not them hating it. Not the look. Going home. Like neck next episode ryan. They've just don't wanna they don't want her there because charity is not going to change. What charity does known anyone with big instagram followers. Getting into drag race leaves i. Oh yeah. I think she's cool. I think a statement to have them on the show. But then i think she would be more. I don't know how do you say that. Neil asia in dutch gets as a matter. I think it would be perfect. Yeah we'll talk exco flourish or bloom. More initial like dracula. That's very about her aesthetic and her kind of this is super miscast. I was like he should be. I mean i love her. But i think greg's will do justice right. I i love seeing it. Because i want drag race to like continue to expand emissions. Yacht it easy to cheap stunt. They're like yeah. Let's throw in okay. does we're inclusive. Yeah look we're not saying anything about her her her choice to be scary no j- it felt like it was a diversity higher and then to just throw out the window jamie like oh that outfits wearing you. I was like the app. It was sickening. Like most except for the orange is the most discussing color and she just looked fabulous. And you think she did that thing that like actual british queens do were. They don't shave their legs and so she was looked very like fan but also very masculine in the leg and that subtle detail is part of her humor but i feel like she feels so rejected by the space that she couldn't walk confidently dude. I mean good base. Because the walk was so timid. And i was like where is this negative energy was from and i'm sure it's coming from the confessionals. They're probably asking. Do you think of it in taking out you doing. Yeah could be one hundred thousand followers and she's getting like zero feedback. And so it's like it's like it's like it's like it's like when you're super smart and you change schools and you're like at the bottom of the class. You're like gagged in groups. You're like what do you mean. Why isn't this working to push these on fire. Why can't you smell it. Yeah okay okay. So obviously victoria's going home because he has been me. Charity case may not last another episode. So right now. If you like kitty sock closets i feel like they're selling us roddick green. I don't know if i'm like. Christopher sachi she may go far but it could also be another g. Good are really just trying to throw us so many twists. They're trying to put twists in our head. Yeah they're trying to set people up for positive or negative to make it hard to predict. That is what they're doing so the next week is assuming challenge. Apparently elevators in how to so so. I'm like yeah me. I'm really upset. Really like ella if she can't get like if you say you don't know how the so you are doing something wrong. Yes exactly if you have not tried to do that you know. You're going to up on that challenge. But she gives me like and rosa music theater vibes. Elevate seems like that although much less kidding in a good way you know But it seems like it's it's she wants to coast that kind of not coast but like she wants to stay in that kind of track and not kind of style of drought. And we'll see what happens because who knows. She's definitely more polished than i'd say. Katie scott ause comes comes across but kid he's got claws has such a good personality. It's hard to say. I think he's gonna go far. I think you'd let isis. I think think so too. And i'm i'm oh god. This is the hardest time i've had picking like. I know who. I think i think is going to do fine. Because she has great personality and get he's fine. Hated her folks everyone. Everyone say what they want to say. But like you know river may trade and what happens if you're they push you along. Yeah yeah. I love river but i i think i see a lot of like. I think she'll go far. But i guess i'm gonna say these queens they have no dabs like it's like yeah i'm gonna say i oversaw just because i do really like what you've done so far We'll see if she can sound hoax. Yes i just wanted to say. This is one one of those fabulous conversations. Aggravates people I don't know how to express how inspired i am by the sheer. You know by the surely gumption of just like being like now. I need agency so i can drag and and so proud of you. I feel like. I'm so honored that we've put you on the podcast of thing that we believe in fervent and impassioned and consensual stocking of her guest to people find you stock. You let you happening consensual manner. Well thank you so much first of all for having me. It was my pleasure. I really enjoyed it thoroughly If anyone listening would like to follow me you can do that on. Either or all of my social et hoax. Lebow enjoy x. B. e. a. You that's a you instagram facebook. That's sort of the only ones i use. i think there's a somewhere where never posed. There's also talk about where i don't boast so there's that but is saying so we used to tweet but make just decided that the that that is a matter and i honestly could care less about twitter or so like we have twitter over. It's not real so. I made the right decision. That doesn't matter. It was expressing excellent force. You can you can start tweeting again. But like i will never give bitter so like the fact that you were tweeting like made me so happy. Because i was like i hate this. I've contemplated like live tweeting. Except there is no concept of live tweeting when it's international seasons that are released on world one time zone. So maybe i mean i guess i could do it when i'm watching it as long as it's like that week when nobody's i guess that would be beneficial. But it's so different like live live tweeting indiana. So that's the only good thing about that platform. Whatever and your people you know where to follow us. It's fine but thank you so much oaks. It's been a privilege tiger and.
"lebeau" Discussed on Whispering Huntys
"That happens drag race. I'm like this is healing people and not each other and for me. That was like christmas as you said very well spent i just written farewells. Well but especially last year when the to queens of color both the Last year to year before. I don't know because he knew me. Yeah yeah sina. Yeah and it wasn't a problem yet. See this is the problem that we didn't have any icons growing up our color and not make it a problem but discuss the point where it comes from. I think they did that very well. And i think this is an another example of something like that in the same thing with and davina de campo and mega chips okay. I'll do different character. And here's my up at you. Know like the the kindness the plight not at everything has to be a huge problem. it's not international. Yup 'cause we're just to ever okay. So obviously we do get to the runway and the challenge. And i have to say this challenge of washer me and i think that they they basically did a a A drag race holland where they're like. Oh you're good challenge but we're going to judge elite because we have no idea who won. The challenge is such a mess. It was a mess because it was a lot. It was a lot in a very short amount of time. I didn't even know what to pay attention to anymore. It was intense in weird. Ot bat choreography seems really cool but it was. Yeah it is. It was strange. It was bizarre. Insane like yeah. I could've used half the choreography more acting. Do you know what i mean because it was busy and so crazy i just like i was like no one because it was just all just a wash. Yeah and they didn't have enough time to rehearse properly. obviously so just rushing doing things with buzzer got. What do i got. It wasn't it but that ball choreography. Like on the ball all like dive in. I was like that was the hardest thing i've ever seen in my whole entire life like i signed agrees i would like to fall off the ball and none of them off the ball like this is crazy because you probably only had a day to learn that and like the night you know. Maybe you take the balls overnight. Hug your ball in your hotel link literally. It was crazy. And i don't understand how that was at all. Okay but they did it. And whatever Ot shame on you because you came on drag race and you know this show like you need to What's your boyfriend's name. New boyfriend your drag race boyfriend. Really totally blanking. He says yeah my very serious boyfriend. Jamal sam's to mountains okay. I remember the phrase. My very serious boyfriend molson. Mix very serious with benjamin always gives cleans choreography that works with their ability and it's even busey's inability to give them where i agree that all makes sense that with all workable was really detriments. This whole challenge so when you were serious the want i was like what do you mean like i mean crystal was good. But that's because crystals whole sat with the cop destroyers and l- warriors always went on drag race Kid like killed it like you know even the to spur on on canada's drag race did rebecca moore. She was also conscious story. Yeah true hammond and young. They're like over a thousand queens. Basically at this point so like look. We'll look for you but we may not know your name. I barely know my own name. So i mean it's nothing personal it's not and then when they announced crystal is a winner. I was like okay like it's she's the first. Uk winner to win two challenges in a row in a row. And when i saw the headline 'cause you know. I i subscribe to all the gay headlines i started all the gate instagram's then at christmas. The i went to like okay. So she's gonna kill it like it's gonna be undeniable. She's gonna yeah frigging haven't envy on our hands. And then. I was like i was like her. Runway was good but like it was it was but it was also like it was a runway. That was like okay. Right up her alley. Mike showstopper may but i was like we just had the met gala and run. None of these outfits would have been met gala worthy like. No one's train was longer than the stage. Mike no when i was a little bit under well to be honest i mean and like the nerve of electric fence to come out. There in. that hoodie was my god. God boy what after. That was a few to sowing session delays on she should. She should have worn her finale address. If it was not good yeah because it was so under. Also i mean. I'm not saying that every queen needs to add body for their drag looks but that look would have benefited from any kind of body since the waste maybe ensured alone super origin platform. I don't know if she proportionate a teensy bit. It would have really really helped that. Look now and what's really funny. She posted. I had a great time on the show since then elevated my dragon of taking the feedback still waiting waiting since the show is elevated my drag. That was a few months ago. I mean inge still very much be choosing thing beautiful face. I'm a big fan freckles. So like you. Frankly mu-chou like it's i'm like bigger wigs higher heels and cinch something like you know what i mean like yeah make anything bigger like liquor but bigger like just something contour contour or was it was called you. Rica's raise like yeah still upset that that's the word now. It is true it is true. It's all about proportion proportioning proportioning. That's the word the accident much. Okay good i mean there was a word. They just made it their own because undergrads. So here's the thing crystal one and i agree. She looked fabulous on the runway and the challenge was crazy. But i don't think that it was worth giving her second win. No no same getting that nobody to miss top or at least say nobody needs two wins in the first steps because that's wild and it wasn't earned it puts into your head. Now she loses. She's it's like fall from grace. Exactly yeah sending her to fail. So like i mean prediction. Maybe she won't even finale. You know because we still seen him she can act or saying or do anything other than being gorgeous. And it's like it's like there's way more being a queen than just walking prettily down the runway. Well.
"lebeau" Discussed on Whispering Huntys
"Hey kids it's the honey levi show. We just want to say thank you. We just passed the three thousand download mark. Which is a big deal for a new podcast. And so we're just really really grateful if you've never heard of the honey show it's a comedy podcast about sex so if you like laughing and he likes sex you should come and listen to the show. If you don't like to laugh and you don't like to have sex please don't bother you won't enjoy at all The hunting lead show has new episodes. Every friday on stitcher soundcloud spotify and apple of cars looking forward to seeing y'all there nick. I'm just my vehicles. Ten athletic trunks with dragon print. I've got my bikini briefs in the neon snake print and they were conceal. 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I don't know ten twenty thirty bags of chiller bulbs between welcome. He is going to put into the ground. Because that's that's that's his hobby and up my my got so you don't know this but nick is a is a horticulture doozy. Yeah no yeah with within. It's a growing instagram or grow with neck. And he refuses to promote the podcast. So we're having a fight about that whole shit three thousand dollars on instagram. I met a very sensitive time in the brand building. So i don't want to use the brand right and live life. You you are my coat. Hod caster and until you until you acknowledge that like i'm really really that's my war neck. I know he acts as if his he access. If is fans are not gay. Gay the house down boobs. He acts as if they don't want to hear him speak which is not all they do is like drool over him and underwear and finance. So i'm i'm i'm pretty much. It is a very successful business. Well not business model. But i'm just teasing. I'm like very upset about it but that being said means to get back to years i understand what we need to really talk about is the mace that is drug agency. Also your career in holland. So you're a dj. You're drag green. Tell us more about you for everyone. That's stupid and does it. Now it's not stupid. Ignorant inherent no i would love to. I mean me is my favorite subject. Well yeah hoax the bill. I've been doing drag eleven years. Now.
"lebeau" Discussed on Whispering Huntys
"Podcast does. I don't know how we got to buy gas because honestly that was the hardest thing about on my whole enlargement. Zoom don't make it easy zoom zoom. You did me wrong. But it's We persevere and hopefully this podcast come together. I just wanted to say that. I've been having a lot of love problems recently. I got times. And i just wanna say that. Keep believing.
"lebeau" Discussed on The View
"If you come. To the united states illegally you will be returned retrying row a texas. Dr defies this date six week abortion ban as the supreme court prepares to hear a case that could have historic implications on a woman's right to choose could roe versus wade. Really the overturned. Then cynthia lebeau is live to talk about the buzz over her debut album and she was cheering for at the emmy awards sunday night plus businesswoman and former republican presidential candidate carly via rina's back as guest. Coho here come. A hot topics will whoopie sarah joy. Behar and sunny now. Let's get things started since today. Is this morning i. We had to walk out to earth wind. And fire's plastic hit september joy..
The RV Podcast
"lebeau" Discussed on The RV Podcast
"Actually has a top of this. One works great for getting into those small spots. This has a remarkable amount of power. And you just plug into recharging. I love not having a cord that i have to deal with. So if you're like me you discovered that a lot of people at all up. Yeah all the dog here and sand and dust. i mean this is pretty gross. It's easy to disconnect. We just gotta figure this one out because they don't always right here. I don't want that coming open. This is how disconnected connected. Mr if i had disconnected the other when you push down on this it opens up an all dog hair and dirt will come out and lebeau i could. I could do a commercial. Now we're gonna put a link to this on our amazon influencers page. What he can get it everywhere. They roughly cost roughly. We paid one hundred sixty believe for this. I saw it in bed bath. Beyond and i decided to go back and get another one and they were gone and then they had a more expensive one. The advertise pet hair and everything. And i think it was about three fifty but this one isn't that expensive. And i just love it. I can't believe how how easy it is to work. It's lightweight which as we get. Older lightly is good carrying it in the rv. Lightweight is could it works. It works just great. I don't know how i got along without it. And the neat thing is rechargeable. You can work on how hard floors but it will also work on carpet see. They've got these rollers to different speeds with it. They're there attachment for paul straight. So we've got a lot of different vacuums we have and this one does double duty right. Double duty. I really like this so in the rv or at home or in our condo now isn't it doesn't win five stars or something for the best selection because one hundred and fifty dollars. I've got one at home that german. I wouldn't even say what i paid for it. You know. it's hard to move around as heavy but this one is fantastic again. That's the shark. Rocket is cordless..
"lebeau" Discussed on Impact Pricing
"Negotiation okay. I don't wanna talk about procurement quite yet. But i'm going to bring up your experience procurement for just a second and that is i've seen a lot of studies that show company spend a lot of money training procurement people how to do procurement and i can imagine any individual procurement person is probably negotiating a deal day or a deal a week so they're constantly negotiating and getting the practice and getting the training and then we look at a bb salesperson and if they close let's say they're closing six deals a year that means every other month engage in negotiation. So they don't get the experience procurement people get and so i could see making the argument. That says we're going to take a and i'm gonna use the word professional negotiator for second. I'm not gonna say price but we could use a professional negotiator to help the sales people because the sales people aren't going to be experts at negotiation. Is that part of the argument that you wanna make. Essentially this is the point. You need a professional negotiate. They're hoping and you know it necessarily need to be depressing person which i believe. It should be a dissident seniority level. And now we'll give you a reason. Also why should be. Also fussing person you consultancies specialising negotiation comes. Auditing you can leverage. Also this consultancies a good payback. If they woke with closely enough pricing can contribute both to the preparation providing the rights detente insides and value argumentation commercial. And the point is as usual. It's excellent spent wide so companies tend to avoid this even the is return on investment. And i think you're was the right development of pricing people you can potentially overcome this erdal yes so from what i know about pricing people and all the experience i've had people have talked with. I don't know of any of them that i would call a professional negotiator right. I don't think there they were trained that way. They're not expected to do that. So doesn't feel like it's a skill set. They have not that they couldn't learn it. I would claim pricing lebeau from the nature of the rolls already. Proficiently yushi agents because of the inter connectivity of the pricing role being also in the middle between said's findings product marketing pricing people typically negotiates all day long when they are in deal this they negotiate on one hand side with as wide price should be higher but they might negotiate respondents product marketing why they.
"lebeau" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Do you mind if i ask what was like you said you were kind of in a dark spot like what was what was so dark about what we're so bad about like the relationships you had been in. Oh man just after. Like i had a lot of trust issues because it had relationship after relationship that failed and thanks to be like a pattern. In you know by the time i went on. I was in my thirties. I'm not in my twenties. I'm not super young. I mean. I consider that to be odor nowadays. You know you tell somebody thirty. I think you'll old lady. But you know i got to a point. Roberson starting to feel the stress of everything. My relationships weren't working You know. I have been cheated on in the past. I started kind of thinking it was me like is it means it's something i'm doing so therefore i started kind of like i said sabotaging things if i will start to feel happy i'll be like non that because it's going to end in disappointment anyway and i think that a lot of times when we feel like we're protecting ourselves from something actually hurting ourselves because we're keeping ourselves from happiness and that's also something that i had to work with like with cam. They didn't show it a lot on the show. But i was really fighting at times being with him. Because i felt so happy. And i'm just like you know this is going to end in in something bad. He's gonna disappoint me just like the rest gonna do this and that so i had to work on my cell trying to get past that so yeah that was a short answer gonna go along there but basically what about you what was your i mean you said you were lonely but like did you have like what was your relationship. History like lead. You like to be that open especially with cameras on you. I think to be at a certain point in your life where you're like. Yeah sure fuck it fuck your maybe the work. You're absolutely right and that that was a. That's something that i think we. We had to resolve within ourselves. As like look we're being filmed but it we're going to connect we have to be transparent and vulnerable about things in our past relationships that hurt us you know like lauren said i mean i had been cheated on the past relationship. I think for anyone going to leave some scars. You know I had been in relationships in the past that had some form of abuse and You know that was not you're not. I wasn't doing the abusing. But i mean you know it was. It was a tough thing to process in. And you know what. I took away from that. Was you know what are the things that i need a partner feel like i can trust them We know what is what are like some telltale signs that this is not a good relationship. You know things like well. I mean forms of abuse. People putting you down in different ways or trying to manipulate your actions or gas lighting these type of things so i i had perspective from those pass relationships and ultimately you know relationships are two way street to so it led me to reflect what what could have improved on in my pass relationships whether it was you know when something was bothering me when it was problematic sometimes in the past i had a tendency to not wanna talk about it. You know i didn't want to. I was afraid of the big blow up that that would cause so that led me to think why needs to really find someone who i feel comfortable having these you know serious conversations with about things that are going awry in our relationship without being worried that they're going to blow up on me And that was something with lauren. I realized that we could really talk without it. You know bursting into flames. In a big argument. We could really talk about things even if it was difficult topics so yeah reflecting on these these past relationships and what i could improve on and also what i needed in a partner was what really allowed me to be appeared and i think that's the thing about relationships that fell or don't don't go well it's like yes. The relationship is over. But i also learned what i don't want my next relationship right so that you don't take that in as soon as you start to see those signs like nah you kinda confronted head on or either you decide to leave the relationship and i think that that's where the growth i think that's what we both kind of experience in our past relationships that we had got to a point where it's like. Okay well. I know what i don't want i know what i do want so going into this type of situation. We were already at a spot where you know even through our conversations it was immediate. It's like either you feel a spark or you don't. I don't feel spark. I'm moving on to the next person. Like imagining people actually did that in real life when dating like instead of just sticking around because the person is attractive or they just want to see what happens like not. I know this isn't gonna work out. You gotta believe. Faith part yeah. People do get complacent in many different sorts of ways feels comfortable. They they found someone. Maybe it's not a complete perfect match for them but they like certain things about him whatever and they get complacent in that relationship even though they know they should talk about difficult things or maybe even move on from that person. So you know. I i hope that this book and maybe give some people some inspiration to take that lebeau faith and you know make make those those decisions those choices chemistry communication yes was the third or we need a third see cuteness cuteness.
Italian Wine Podcast
"lebeau" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"A master wine worked with her on a project and she introduced me to a lot of small producers in swazi that are doing things more with lease contact and using more deal in the bland and swami has gone kind of exciting for me. That's nice because yeah barbara. And the winds of swab a are a to wines. That often overlooked as just the too simple or in the shadow of something else. But when don in an interesting way like you say particularly for the winds of soi when you have that kind of longer hang time when you have lease contact these wines become incredibly interesting textual suitable for aging and the same with barbera has so many different jackets at can To really underrated examples. Aminu by thank you so much for joining me on the italian wine port-cost today when cannot listeners. Find you online or on. Social media by most active on twitter and instagram in same handled stood bucket blob in then you can always email me amber at stuck at dot net especially if you have more questions about virtual wine events if you're somebody that's holding virtual events i've got tons of data tons of things from other experiences. People have done that. I can really let you know what's been working. What hasn't been working in freely available to anybody. Just drop me on that so generous. Everyone seriously goto on blog rita writing. It's amazing and go-to virtual vine events dot com because this is a huge resource. That people are not using enough. It's all at your fingertips as so. That's it for this episode italian-born podcasts. Don't forget to follow us on. Social media subscribe on of coaster night on the website so we could make sure the keep these great conversations flowing amber. Thank you so.
Italian Wine Podcast
"lebeau" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"Wine shops and educators with consumers. Were looking for it. We'd launched it fully first of last year and since then it's just taken off like crazy. We've had over ten thousand events featured audiences from over seventy countries over four hundred and fifty people signed up to submit their own events. Because that's was a big thing is we want to make it easy for you. Know if you're an instagram influencer host. Rg lives on here. If you're a wine post your events here. Easy completely free. We're not trying to monetize this at all and it's just continues to grow and to to come back to the geeky nece about it. I'm imagining you have a lot of data. Now that you've created this hub for why you can collect data about what's happening in terms of children so i know you've already written a little bit about this but maybe you could tell listeners. What what you've discovered in the last kind of eight to nine months or so of data. I will say we do have very limited in the data that we collect social. Being in europe won't be very respectful. Yes i accept cookies for that. And even then i don't care about their demographics age or sex any like that. It just pretty much. What they're doing what they're clicking on and so that behavior element has been really surprising. Couple of the big insights that have have emerged as the week when people are clicking on events to look for like if you came to the site right now to white events dot com it.
Italian Wine Podcast
"lebeau" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"So i try not to write or put my two cents. There is another angle that i can approach it from yet definitely That seems to come across from. When i'm reading you that you don't just go. Yeah me too. There is always a new a new approach and actually you've been inhaled by sobriety key people in the industry. I suppose tom welcome. Ben pencils have written about you as a rule. Breaker is that how you yourself. Quite what that means 'cause The fun thing about the wine industry is is. It is very dynamic and always changing but yet at the same time. It is so rooted in history. Like i think the metaphor like an oak tree is like the perfect metaphor. You have that you know. It's planted in the ground. It's got the trunk. It's very solid there and so you think oh it's never gonna move but if you look above and look below you've got the branches that are continuing to expand into different areas. You've got the roots that continue to grow and that really reflects the industry you know we do need a custody groin and explore new spaces by yet. What ties us in that. Trump is always gonna be valuable so you kinda need. All those spaces are all voices air. You know the traditional home and then you know the people that poke the bear a little bit so speaking of like this. This conflict may be between the the traditional and the potential for flexibility movement. I know that you've you've been pursuing. Wrc qualifications you've spoken about how important and how influential jancis robinson has been. I really enjoyed your priced on your writing about following in her footsteps. So i i wondered if in how you found wine education on what you think maybe should be changing like your views of what's happening in wine education of the moment. This is an incredibly interesting time for one education. The the silver linings of covid is kind of how it's encouraged just moved more towards the online space. Which i think going forward. We're going to see more of that long term impact in wine education. Early 'cause also coincide with a lot of wine ensures reckoning with some of its diversity issues certifications you know. I'm hoping to finish up my diploma through the big d three exam here in may and bypass and my papers good. I'm good. what's real expensive to do this. You know expensive for the certifications. It's expensive for the winds to taste the same thing. If you're taking the quartermaster smellie's trap you know wide scholar. Gilles got great programs sadie white educators great programs but it all costs money and unless you are privileged or bellsa privilege in having an employer will pay for it. It's really off limits for a lot of people. And i think the industry is starting to realize that other scholarship programs. That are popping up to to help with that but one of the best tools. Now that has fallen into our lab is all this fantastic online contact and the ability of an educator in verona to have students in the us. Australia india and connect all at once is in nets. And i think we're going to continue to explore that potential and open up a lot more doors that were previously closed. I had a really interesting conversation with jim. go recently. Who used to be the principle of the london..
NEWS 88.7 Programming
Biden Administration to Impose Tough Sanctions on Russia
"In particular what Washington says were its efforts to disrupt the U. S election. LeBeau DeCecco reports. President Biden had warned that Russia would pay a price for interfering in the U. S presidential election if it was confirmed. Now the U. S. Is expected to sanction several Russian entities and expel a number of officials in retaliation for just that. The sanctions are also a response to other issues such as Moscow's involvement in Crimea. At a cyber attack on the U. S technology firms solar winds, which has been described as the largest and most sophisticated the world has ever seen. Abidin Administration's approach to Moscow stands in sharp contrast to that of his predecessor, Donald Trump. In his first foreign policy speeches, President Mr Biden said that the days of the United States rolling over in the face of Russia's aggressive actions were over. Taiwan's president signed when what Cy Young one has told a visiting delegation of
"lebeau" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast
"Thinking of ending. Things coming. home is terribly lonely. Think the oppressive barometric pressure back where you have just come from with fondness is. Everything's worse once your home. Think the furman clinging to the grass stocks long hours on the road roadside assistance and ice creams and a peculiar shapes of certain clouds and silences decision peterman than at the door obviously not ordinary at all if something lighted sloot. Ud feel door lead to a glass. Meet the vinton. You can hold it. Defeats sox boards to own. That creepy creepy not discontinued yet to know keffer hans corell yet. Gloucester into site. If they're off for data. You may nine hundred yet to speak in baltimore. Song that day laura Dick lebeau slice up now. Lead also nine where liquor clearer meaning and mafia mila. Y'all less in undersold them if the book phelan eight. Four wheel us. Rq they on both teams you intimate and i'm only so many dem's book in a. Yeah if he laments matt feel as full-time buchen stove target your your into off. In fact this y'all to up them to cod. i mean letter. What after all that some other. Who had all yet scores. Twenty four million feel nay they ban with summer hotel smith. Okay i come me into wet also man enemy and nee can say i won't be Ronan estan k. Damn feed them as.
BBC World Service
Trump veto of Defense Authorization Act overridden by Congress
"Less than three weeks before he leaves office, the U. S. Congress has handed Donald Trump one of his strongest rebukes of his presidency. In a rare session on New Year's Day, the Republican controlled Senate voted overwhelmingly to override Mr Trump's veto of a crucial defense bill. Was the first veto that Congress has overturned since the president took office. LeBeau DeCecco reports the National Defense Authorization Act will, among other things, found a 3% pay increase for troops. It would also direct the purchase of weapons and set military policies. Mr. Trump had refused to support it unless lawmakers revoked a law which gets social media companies indemnity for post by third parties. Some Republicans accused platforms like Facebook and Twitter of anti conservative bias. The president was also angry about plans to rename military installations that commemorate Confederate
Goodbye to Alcohol
How the Sober Spring Challenge changed my life
"Twelve whole podcasts. My name is John Garang I'm the foundry weld without wine and I'm your host for this podcast. Thank you so much for union. A series. Two of the podcast is all about taking a break from all coal just how beneficially this to take a break how important it is to test salt dependent regularly this ties in nicely with also spring challenge which starts on the first of September. We're going to be interviewing people who done also spring challenging in the past last week we interviewed Kawhi, who did sobers spring two years ago he hasn't added drink since. He didn't do it because he wanted to stop drinking. So we also interviewed Lebeau who used it to moderate for awhile, and finally she decided that she felt so much better when she wasn't drinking that she was going to ditch moderation technique and give up drinking completely. Today's interview is with a lovely lady called KRYSTAL. Nine christel sober spring in two thousand and nineteen. She had me on the radio tasting alcohol-free wines. And when she had the conversation, she had a bit of a light bulb. Moment. Because she reflected on her own drinking habits and she decided that for her, it was more about the ritual. than the old coal. So perhaps, all coal free wines would work for. Assaulted our conversation by asking Christo to tell us about himself. On, crystal I'm forty five years old I live in Pretoria. and. Got One son, he turned to any one the other day a couple of weeks ago, and I'm married to my best friend for twenty five years in November now been married congratulations. When did you first start thinking that you'd like sued maybe change your relationship with all did you first start thinking? The might be a problem have. As you all know that drinking wine we need. It's the first loss that is the bugger because. When it's the first laws, it triggers, you have another glass and then I must finish the bottle. So and that started bothering me and I think I've signed up for wilt without wine the city day challenge in January and I think I lost it about sixty minutes. You know what you get those days way you wake up two o'clock in the morning. Your heart stopping and it's jumping out of your chased and you get this feeling. Then you think what have I done lost not did I feed Musonda my husband? Did I MAKE Can't remember and then you start negotiating with yourself said, this is this is Scott to stop you know. This is not happening again until six o'clock when you start making food and. Outcomes the bottle of wine and. You have to stay in the. Pit was terrible. So you did this. As all Robin ugity minutes of the thirty. That's. What I wasn't greedy. I've got a fitbit. What really triggered. Me was my resting. Offbeat at some stage August. Last year it was eighty four they win I started with the spring. It actually came down to the low sixties now. So it's it's really it was that was the main mission was for health reasons I what you said about you've got to be ready because some you obviously weren't ready when you signed up for the he is but nevertheless you you reflected a lot before you signed up, you pay full challenge Saturday you can't in the water in year than you ran away from the freezing water again but then said, you saw the Cyprus spring challenge. So what made you think Oh let's give these guys another try. You know what? What's fantastic just before that I heard you over the radio. On radio to and actually drinking the last one and having a taste on the radio and saying how it tastes like my husband was in the patroness me that much and I told him I said listen to this. I can actually do this for me. It's about the habit I love having mom gloss and my bottle WANNA open it, pull the drink, and then that's for me. That's that's my kick that I get out of IT I. told him I said, I'm sure I can do it because I know that it's not the Elko that I'm often it's the Heb it with the Al Khalid steerable because I can't stick to one drink because they ll kicks in any poisons, your audie entities with the colossal one I was so
America in the Morning
Boeing slashes over 12,000 jobs — most of those in the Seattle area
"Boeing is cutting more than twelve thousand jobs of the biggest cuts happening in western Washington C. N. B. C. analyst Phil lebeau says more than sixty seven hundred workers face involuntary layoffs that is separate from five thousand five hundred and twenty Boeing employees who took a voluntary layoff package all told nearly ten thousand of those jobs will be lost in western Washington by the end of July company tells come all this is expected to be the largest wave of layoffs but thousands more will lose their jobs over the coming
News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
Boeing 737 MAX cancellations pile up during production halt
"You'd have to look back to nineteen eighty four to see the last first quarter in which Boeing delivered just fifty planes on CNBC reporter Phil lebeau said there were even more cancellations of seven thirty seven Max orders in March then we knew what we knew about seventy five of them coming from the leasing company Avolon there another seventy five from other customers so a total of a hundred and fifty Max cancellations most but not all production is at a standstill during the outbreak in the company is working on layoff
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Delta, American Airlines suspend flights between US and China
"Federal government has declared a public health emergency over coronavirus the state department advises against all travel to China now U. S. based airlines are canceling flights CNBC's Phil lebeau says American United and delta are all making moves hub cities here in the U. S. to the three cities in China that they serve Shanghai Beijing and saying do mainline China we should say they're still gonna have flights going into Hong Kong this comes as many airlines are challenged by the grounding of the seven thirty seven Max Boeing has announced it's making a donation of two hundred and fifty thousand surgical masks in China in an effort to stop the spread of
Does the First Amendment apply to Facebook?
"In the red chair is Jimmy will Jaffer the executive director of the night. I amendment institute it's a group at Columbia University that defends the freedoms of speech and press in the digital age. And just recently they've challenged the way Facebook deals with journalists and scholars and they also bothering Donald Trump Jamea, welcome to Rico deco. Thanks very much. All the things that are doing in. This the reason I went to have you on your there's some interesting stuff you're doing there. So let's talk about how you got there. How did you get there? And how did the night? Explain what the night first amendment institute is. But your first. Okay. Well, so I was a lawyer at the ACLU for fifteen years. I've heard of that. Yeah. Just down the street. When this when this building was Goldman Sachs. I was at the ACLU and. Was just until a couple of years ago man, but I worked at the starting in two thousand and two so soon after nine eleven and mainly at the beginning on national security related cases cases, involving immigration detainees cases involving Guantanamo and then cases involving the Patriot Act and government surveillance and first amendment related questions. And you know, that grew that practice grew it eventually became a formal project at the focused on national security issues, and I ran that project for a few years, and then when I left the ACLU a couple years ago, I was the director of something called the center for democracy, which covered the ACLU the national work on free speech privacy, national security, technology, and international human rights. Obviously, I was not doing all that work myself. A lot of people at the is working with on it. But I was doing that. And then the night first amendment was created at Columbia. It was really. The project lebeau Linder who's the president to Columbia and berto a bargain, who's the president of the knightfoundation, and they had had conversations over many years about the possibility of setting up something like this. And the main the main insight that they had was that the big supreme court precedents from the nineteen sixties and seventies involving free speech were precedence created in an era that looked very very different from the one. We're in right now where the threats to the first amendment were quite different from the ones we're facing right now, and all of the things that raise complicated free speech questions right now, like the privatization of the public square or new surveillance, g search engines, none of these things existed back when the supreme court decided, the Pentagon papers case, New York Times versus Sullivan, or the cases, you know, the big hits from from the sixties and seventies. So they thought we need an institute that will focus on the edge of technology and the edge of the law. These. Questions that new technology is presenting the first amendment. Why did you what interested you in the first amendment in doing this? As a as a lawyer, I became a first amendment lawyer almost incidentally, I was as I said, I kind of national security lawyer, but a lot of the national security cases, I worked on turned out to be first amendment cases. I worked on a lot of transparency cases. In fact, the the the case, I probably spend most time on at the was a freedom of information that case involving interrogation under the Bush administration in that case, we filed in two thousand four it's still rendering information. Yeah, we're trying to get documents about the treatment of prisoners in military CIA custody. And the case was as these kinds of cases, go very successful. One it resulted in the release of what are sometimes called the torture memos the Bush administration's, torture memos. A lot of information about maltreatment of prisoners at Guantanamo. Eventually this CIA. Inspector general report that led to a prosecution criminal investigation by the Obama administration. So it was a relatively successful case. That's the one I spent most of my time on, but I did a lot of other cases involving the exclusion of foreign scholars from the
Nicolas Maduro, President and National Hurricane Center discussed on Overnight Talk
"The president for more federal aid hurricane. Hector is far from land right now but it is packing a punch and heading toward Hawaii Jack Bevan with the National Hurricane Center at the present time, it is a category four hurricane winds. Of one hundred and thirty miles per hour located about. Fourteen hundred miles. East southeast of Hilo Hawaii Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro emerged on his country's national TV hours after what he called an attempt against his life. And pointed blame at far right elements the BBC's lebeau. To seek a reports President Maduro was in the middle, of his televised speech when this happened The camera. Shakes his wife.