36 Burst results for "Leland"

Trump says he'll extend unemployment benefits

Captain Mike Anderson

01:03 min | Last week

Trump says he'll extend unemployment benefits

"There had been glimmers of hope, following marathon meetings between top Democrats and the White House. But in the end common ground couldn't be found on a new Corona virus relief package. We're not going to just Keep on coming back every day. If we can't get to a deal, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, Democrats say, and offer that curb their demands by a trillion dollars was rejected by the administration. We have always said That the Republicans and the president do not understand the gravity of the situation, and every time we meet with them, it is reinforced House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The next move could be unilateral action by President Trump. If Democrats continue to hold this critical relief hostage, I will act under my authority as president to get Americans the relief they need, including deferring the payroll tax dating back to July 1st, extending enhanced unemployment benefits, deferring student loan payments and forgiving interest until further notice. Along with extending the federal eviction moratorium, Fox says Leland Vitter, the president, acknowledging the White House would likely be

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Fresh update on "leland" discussed on  Bitcoin for Boomers with Gary Leland

Bitcoin for Boomers with Gary Leland

00:14 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "leland" discussed on Bitcoin for Boomers with Gary Leland

"Show. I'm your host. Curious Leland and we are gonna have a great show for you today. We're moving along with our serious 12 Siri's shows here in the first season. We're moving along, having a great time learning about Bitcoin. That's how I want you to do is learn about Bitcoin. I don't have any Bitcoin to sell you. So this isn't an infomercial. This isn't some thing where I'm going to say it's a scam. I'm just trying to educate you on what Bitcoin is. So if you wanna learn about Bitcoin No a little bit information. Maybe even that just might be good for conversations of the water core. This could be the show for you. As I said, we're just going to learn about Bitcoin Been today show we have a guest. A friend of mine from the jersey Jim, the surfer and Jim, the surfer. We're gonna have a conversation with him and low. He's another boomer. First boomer I've had on the show actually. We're going to talk about what Bitcoin is. We're going to talk about why Money's broken. We're going to talk about mining. What mining is? We're going to talk about a lot of things and Bitcoin mining partner thing is going to be interesting conversation. Because a lot of people I think, have a hard time understanding how you can mind. Money that's on the Internet. Where is my wife calls it magical Internet money, But we're going to get into all those conversations and more here on the Bitcoin for Boomer show. We're also going to talk about Answer a few questions from the audience on election right now, if you have any questions for us police.

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Russian Court Sentences Paul Whelan, an American, to 16 Years on Spy Charges

Pat McCrory Show w/ Bo Thompson

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Russian Court Sentences Paul Whelan, an American, to 16 Years on Spy Charges

"An American citizen accused of espionage in Russia sentenced to prison there today American pull Leland sentenced to sixteen years in prison by a court in Moscow after being convicted on charges of espionage the retired marine was arrested a year and a half ago he's always insisted he was set up outside the courts the U. S. ambassador to Russia John Sullivan said no evidence was presented at the trial and disappointed press one H. just pull Leland's brother calling the verdict political and saying lawyers will appeal in London sign in now in

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Fox News reporter attacked, chased from demonstration

Charlie Brennan

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Fox News reporter attacked, chased from demonstration

"Also this morning looking better now known as Leland bitter he was lucky when you work for us twenty years ago but now is a fox news reporter and just to show you how fair the rioters were on Friday not only did they attack CNN in Atlanta and they tore down the sign there and sprayed profanity on the side they tried to break into the lobby but they also went after fox news and it was veteran who's covering all of this from Lafayette park across from the White House and other writers started to punch him and he started running actually walking with security away from the action they kept throwing things at him and we'll talk to him about that lovely experience this weekend in our nation's

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'CBS Evening News' wiped out in half of country by glitch

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

'CBS Evening News' wiped out in half of country by glitch

"Hi would the Mike technical you be Rossi willing glitch to pay a meant reporting good money many Johnson people for didn't some and get stinky Johnson the catch will old the no evening longer sneakers news sell its on talc one even network if based they raise baby money powder for coronavirus in the U. S. no and news Canada relief was efforts not Johnson good news and Johnson for these CBS has are announced not just it any he is ending was sneakers on the sales east coast of its these talc and in are based the the Midwest footwear baby worn was powder shot in by the out United Dream of States Team their daily and members Canada fix Michael of Jordan the the decision CBS comes Magic evening under Johnson the news weight of over nineteen and the nightly Scotty newscast thousand Pippin lawsuits anchored well by filed Norah they won against the o'donnell J. tournament and J. of is America's done alleging in Washington its which talcum qualified it powder usually caused ends them users for up being the nineteen fed to develop ninety through a ovarian two control Olympics cancer room in Barcelona in New York or City mesothelioma the but first that facility's time a cancer NBA been shut that strikes players down for the were lungs weeks featured and now other during organs and the then corona of won virus the cases gold epidemic that have been tried with the the red new York white J. control and and blue J. room has Dream shut won twelve Team down sneakers it and was supposed lost are fifteen autographed to be sent there out they're have through been part a seven control of the miss Leland's room trials in Washington twenty Johnson twenty and Johnson but spring it says had classic it will technical continue auction difficulties to sell its that talc runs and based through June no powder nineteenth back outside up instead the part US of of seeing the and proceeds the Canada o'donnell go news I toward might cast cross helping local the stations people affected in the east by and cope Midwest with nineteen got a feed of the CBS I'm Jackie Quinn and streaming service I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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'CBS Evening News' wiped out in half of country by glitch

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

'CBS Evening News' wiped out in half of country by glitch

"Hi would the Mike technical you be Rossi willing glitch to pay a meant reporting good money many people the for world's didn't some biggest get stinky the catch maker old the evening of sneakers health news care products on one even network is if ending they raise sales money of for its coronavirus talc based no news baby relief powder was efforts in the not U. S. good and Canada news for these CBS are not just Johnson any he was and sneakers on Johnson the east will coast no longer these and in are sell the the Midwest footwear its iconic worn was shot talc by out Dream based of the Team their Johnson's daily members baby fix Michael powder of Jordan the CBS in the Magic US evening and Johnson news Canada demand and the nightly Scotty for the newscast product Pippin in both anchored countries well by Norah they has won fallen the o'donnell tournament sharply of is America's done amid in Washington thousands which of qualified lawsuits it usually ends claiming them for up the being the talc nineteen fed based ninety through powder a two control Olympics caused ovarian room in Barcelona in New cancer York City through use the but first for that feminine facility's time hygiene NBA been shut or players down mesothelioma for were weeks featured now during and a cancer the then corona that won virus strikes gold the epidemic logs and other with the the organs red new York white control and blue in a room statement Dream shut Team down Johnson sneakers it was and supposed Johnson are autographed said to be demand sent for out they're the through talc part a control based of the powder Leland's room in declined Washington twenty in North twenty America but spring it had due classic in technical large auction part difficulties to changes that in runs consumer and through June habits no nineteenth back and up fueled instead part by of of seeing misinformation the proceeds the o'donnell go about news the toward safety cast helping local of the stations product people affected in the the company east by maintains and cope Midwest with the nineteen overwhelming got a feed majority of the CBS I'm of medical Jackie research Quinn and streaming indicates service talc baby I'm powder Oscar is wells safe Gabriel and doesn't cause cancer hi Mike Rossio

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Jordan, Magic, Pippen Dream Team sneakers being auctioned

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Jordan, Magic, Pippen Dream Team sneakers being auctioned

"Hi would Mike you be Rossi willing to pay a reporting good money Johnson for some and stinky Johnson will old no longer sneakers sell its talc even if based they raise baby money powder for coronavirus in the U. S. and Canada relief efforts Johnson and Johnson these has are announced not just it any is ending sneakers sales of its these talc are based the footwear baby worn powder in by the United Dream States Team and members Canada Michael Jordan the decision comes Magic under Johnson the weight of over nineteen and Scotty thousand Pippin lawsuits well filed they won against the J. tournament and J. of America's alleging its which talcum qualified powder caused them users for the nineteen to develop ninety ovarian two Olympics cancer in Barcelona or mesothelioma the first time a cancer NBA that strikes players the were lungs featured and other organs and then of won the cases gold that have been tried the red white J. and and blue J. has Dream won twelve Team sneakers and lost are fifteen autographed there they're have been part seven of the miss Leland's trials twenty Johnson twenty and Johnson spring says classic it will continue auction to sell its that talc runs based through June powder nineteenth outside the part US of the and proceeds Canada go I toward might cross helping the people affected by cope with nineteen I'm Jackie Quinn

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Jordan, Magic, Pippen Dream Team sneakers being auctioned

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Jordan, Magic, Pippen Dream Team sneakers being auctioned

"Hi would Mike you be Rossi willing to pay a reporting good money the for world's some biggest stinky maker old of sneakers health care products even is if ending they raise sales money of for its coronavirus talc based baby relief powder efforts in the U. S. and Canada these are not just Johnson any and sneakers Johnson will no longer these are sell the footwear its iconic worn talc by Dream based the Team Johnson's members baby Michael powder Jordan in the Magic US and Johnson Canada demand and Scotty for the product Pippin in both countries well they has won fallen the tournament sharply of America's amid thousands which of qualified lawsuits claiming them for the the talc nineteen based ninety powder two Olympics caused ovarian in Barcelona cancer through use the first for feminine time hygiene NBA or players mesothelioma were featured and a cancer then that won strikes gold the logs and other the organs red white and blue in a statement Dream Team Johnson sneakers and Johnson are autographed said demand for they're the talc part based of the powder Leland's declined twenty in North twenty America spring due classic in large auction part to changes that in runs consumer through June habits nineteenth and fueled part by of misinformation the proceeds go about the toward safety helping of the product people affected the company by maintains cope with the nineteen overwhelming majority I'm of medical Jackie research Quinn indicates talc baby powder is safe and doesn't cause cancer hi Mike Rossio

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Jordan, Magic, Pippen Dream Team sneakers being auctioned

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Jordan, Magic, Pippen Dream Team sneakers being auctioned

"Would you be willing to pay good money for some stinky old sneakers even if they raise money for coronavirus relief efforts these are not just any sneakers these are the footwear worn by Dream Team members Michael Jordan Magic Johnson and Scotty Pippin well they won the tournament of America's which qualified them for the nineteen ninety two Olympics in Barcelona the first time NBA players were featured and then won gold the red white and blue Dream Team sneakers are autographed they're part of the Leland's twenty twenty spring classic auction that runs through June nineteenth part of the proceeds go toward helping people affected by cope with nineteen I'm Jackie Quinn

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Don't Try To Be Great

The Next Right Thing

06:27 min | 3 months ago

Don't Try To Be Great

"In his book. Based on a commencement speech he gave at Dartmouth College in twenty eleven. Charles Wheel tells a story about how he was once a guest on a news program hosted by Chicago journalist Phil Ponts now the show is filmed live. So of course if you mess up or say something you regret there are no do overs. They're only hundreds of thousands of pairs of eyes watching. You do whatever it is you did or say whatever it is you said polished or not just before airtime Charles the writer recalls how. He was feeling right before. He said he was nervous. Self-conscious in hoping to impress in that very moment fill. The host leaned over with just thirty seconds to live and said these words. Charles never forgot. Don't try to be great. Just be solid. The book is called ten and a half things. No commencement speaker has ever said and in it. Charles Leland writes this. That simple advice had a profound effect. Because I knew I could be solid. That was within my control. I could just talk about what I know. I could answer questions candidly. I could have a fun and interesting conversation with other guests. I might have some fun. Equips I might not. Phil's advice was liberating because it removed the pressure to deliver what I wasn't certain I could deliver and it made me better at doing what I knew I could again. The book is called ten and a half things. No commencement speaker has ever said and don't try to be great. Is thing ten and a half like many of you? I've been thinking a lot about this class of twenty twenty both like I said the high school graduates college graduates to in addition to all of the end of year events. This graduating classes either missing out on her having to modify because of the pandemic the truth remains they're still graduating. They are moving into the world of grownups and the expectations in this world can be while extreme to say the very least. This world is filled with people who are trying to be great in the same way. I hope doing the next great thing is a kind of phrase for graduates to hold onto. I think Philpott he gave to Charles. Leland seems like a relief as well. Don't try to be great. Just be solid. It's not the message we usually hear after all the phrase is greatest of all time not solid est of all time or does that even mean to be solid years ago. I listened to an interview with author Philly Anderson who by the way is also a real life dear friend of ours here. North Carolina but in the interview Phil shared about his thirty year. Friendship with author and priest Brennan Manning in that interview Phil says this about Brennan Guy who's famous for what he has to say yet. What I remember most about him was how he sat and listened. He touched my life with his kindness. To fill. Brennan was solid. Another story comes to mind about Brennan himself one that he told his book souvenirs of solitude and it was about how years ago after a difficult phone call he had. He left his home. He was distracted and he had an appointment. That day. To give a talk to the inmates of Trenton State prison when he stood up there in front of the inmates he had been distracted. Like I said right before. He got up there so without stopping to think about his surroundings. His first words of greeting to the inmates were well. It's nice to see so many of you here when I read that statement. I tip my head back and laughed out loud all by myself mainly though I recognized how Brennan responded to his own words he wrote. I'm frequently not inform on top or in control. This is part of my poverty. As a human being and self acceptance without self concern simply expresses a reality he writes an impoverished spirit prevents the poor man from becoming a tyrant to himself. Brand was not anxious shocked or even much concerned about this misstep in front of the inmates. Instead he had a light heart about it if he had been trying to be great that day. This mistake would have crushed him instead. He showed up solid which meant there was room to make a mistake and to move on without crumbling. We try to great. We risk becoming a tyrant to ourselves when things don't go the way planned one final quote and then I'll be done Dallas. Willard writes about the misunderstood phrase that we find in the Bible about dying to self he says in this is a quote when we see people dominated by their lust for glory or insisting that there will be done we will be in a position where we can be very firm in not cooperating with them even if their loved ones when we live in the shepherd sufficiency and died to ourselves. We become the most firmly established people in the world. That quote is from his book. Life Without lack the most firmly established people in the world so class of twenty twenty. Don't try to be great. Just be solid. Be Solid in the way you live in your house until the next phase begins in the way you hang out with your family your choice to laugh instead of roll your eyes in the way you choose to listen to your younger siblings. Who will miss you more than they can possibly say. Or put into words be solid with how you enter into your next experience not like a tourist who watches from behind a camera lund's and insists all of your usual comforts are close at hand and not like an expert who thinks she's supposed to know everything as best you can enter into your new situation ready to be fully present and engaged when you can and free to withdraw when it's necessary be solid enough to be boring if you're trying to be great you might not notice the people and the margins your neighbors who are working twice as hard for half as much. If you're trying to be great you might be tempted to bend the truth to get ahead. So just be solid honest simple and you

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"leland" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

11:18 min | 3 months ago

"leland" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

"We always appreciate hearing from you. Today we're excited to talk to Leland Jones. About what supplement he uses and how they've changed his life Leland. Thank you so much for joining us today to talk about this super important subject. These ravin me and I appreciate it of course so supplements are something that I think. A lot of people are skeptical toward so. Why does our body needs supplements or does our needs supplements in addition to the food that we already eat now? That's good and I can see why a lot of people are feeling that way and to be honest. I felt that way myself. So before Doe Tara. I had a different career and so what I did is I went to like one of those big stores that you can buy things in bulk and I actually brought the supplements and I put them on my desk. Because I felt like if I had him on my desk I could remind myself to take more often and I co worker. Who showed me about the pros and cons of these different supplements and so that I learned was one our soil's that we're currently using to grow our crops are not nutrient dense like they used to be and the other thing is. We're supposed to be eating like we're supposed to be eating healthier than we are. I'm sure there's no shock dating it's like your plate of food for dinner is supposed to be like a rainbow of colors of different vegetables and unfortunately that is not the way we are eating as much as we should so yeah. We need to be taking supplements one because people like me aren't eating healthy and to the food isn't doesn't have the nutrients that they once did. And then the other aspect is. We need those supplements to replenish our body of Fill in the gaps of all the things we are missing so yeah I would say it's very much important and that is so interesting and you're definitely not alone. I know for myself. My plate never looks like a rainbow so there definitely are gaps. That I'm sure most people have that need to be filled. So you mentioned other supplements that you taking before you were introduced to Tara. Are All supplements created equal? Not at all not in. I was actually really. I don't know if the word is shocked but I was really discouraged when I learned that all these supplements like you like a lot of people are wasting a lot of money and so not all supplements are the same and does tearing and we all know this like tears. Mission is to be pure like everything's one hundred percent pure may have supplements that are also infused with essential oils. It is the perfect combination. And so the only thing I love about the Tara's that I don't just have to tell you about their supplements like once you take you can feel the difference to them and I've taken like I said I've taken supplements from companies. I guess other brands and I never did feel a difference but I thought what I was. Doing was being proactive with my health and it turns out a lot of those supplements taking did nothing to had no had no real significant benefit to my body and so with Doe Tara. Yeah it's it's a huge difference and with that so you talked about not being able to feel a difference. What Canada vitamin do for your body when you found one that is working for you. What is the difference that you see? There's a couple of things one I feel during the day. I have an increase in energy so I feel like that's their like that increase but also like mental capacity. I feel like I have more clarity of thought like I don't feel like I'm like I don't know if the word is like fog but you know how sometimes you sometimes I feel like I. I've woken up but I'm still half asleep in the whole day that way and then when it's time to go to bed I'm like wide awake and so I feel like a multivitamin is helped me with that when I'm awake during the day. I don't have that fog in my brain and I have more of the clarity and the other thing that I like about it is I like having an increase in my quality of sleep so I like when I go to bed at night. I feel like I'm sleeping better. I like during the day I feel like I'm more awake more alert. I have more energy. So that's those are the benefits. I enjoy those are definitely benefits that I think everyone would like to have in their life a little bit more energy better sleep and I just feeling like your body is working the way that it should. I think that's incredible so Leland. Can you walk us through? What supplements Tara has that? You've utilized in your life. Oh it's kind of a long list. That's okay so my wife. My wife was the one that introduced me to essential oils. And then after I started using essential oils I had this belief in Tara and so when I stumbled upon the lifelong vitality three different. You know the three different bottles. That's what I started taking and so the three different ones so that's your micro plex the EMC. So that's your Vitamins and Minerals Your Z. Omegas of that's Exit Omega. That's the other one. And then the healthy are S. That helps you on a cellular level. So those were the three. I started taking and to be honest. I'm not trying to contradict myself but the first couple of I was taking them. I just Kinda felt the same like I didn't like my wife was like really hyping it up and I was like you know I kinda just feel the same here and it wasn't until I didn't take him for a day is when I felt the big difference. The other time I felt a huge difference is we had gone on a family vacation. And we're at an amusement park and we're you know how that is you're standing by your cooking in the Sun. You're spending tons of money. Your kids are yelling at you right and I had brought the lifelong vitality but I had forgotten to take them. The first two days are numbered taking it the third day. 'cause we went to this amusement park for four days so on the third day. I remember taking a n feeling such a huge difference in those different areas of feeling more clarity and feeling like I had an increase in energy and things like that so those were the three that I started taking and then I was introduced. A couple of other ones like So Deep Blue Rub. That's a that's the oil deep. Blue Oil is rob. Is is amazing. Use probably daily but then does tear came out with a pill form so it's the Deep Blue Polythene on complex. And just so you know. I had a practice that word times in the mirror. Like I haven't even. I can read that where let alone pronounce it off. So that's another one that I use a lot and then like right now. I'm picturing Mike pillowcase. In the kitchen so I use the lifelong vitality deep blue ocean terrorism. I you tear after every meal usually just one one pill but if I eat like I'm not trying to admit anything here but like I like I like being five. Ako waffles for breakfast like that doesn't even faze me and my wife is like you eat like you're like like a little kid that ran away from home and so. I do a bunch of junk food and so if I eat five. Ako Awful Sushi. I happen to. I'll I'll take more terrorism. Now take anywhere from one to three terrorism's so usually if I feel like I feel like I can add like that heavy weight in my stomach like I shouldn't have eaten that many offals. That's when I know I should take more than one or two times. And so that's another one. I take all the time another one. I love is DDR prime. And I don't know if it's my favorite but it's up there. Ddr prime they make it in a soft Gel and they also have an oil. And I know you know that but I just like to repeat a twenty but I take that one and that one I feel amazing with and then once in a while I by the might owe to the Max and I use it to the Max is really interesting to me so even though I eat a ton of junk food and I admit that I actually don't drink caffeine because have seen has a weird effect on me like if I drink caffeine like right now. It's like Kinda morning time you know early at early morning or I'm sorry late morning if I drink caffeine there's a chance I'll be awake until like three or four in the morning. It's like I think some people would enjoy something like that. I hate it and the other thing it does to me. It makes me jittery and it creates all kinds of like panic in my mind of like also I'll lay in bed. I'm sorry this is a tangent but I'll lay in bed and I'll worry about like identity theft and my couch so I can't i. I avoid caffeine as best. I Cam O- minute to the Max is totally different on my system. So I don't get jittery I. It does not keep me up late at night or anything crazy like that but it definitely does give me this sense that it's helping sustain my energy level throughout the day and I and I and I do it for that so anyway. Sorry that's a long answer but those are for the most part the ones I currently take. I think that was a great answer. I think it was very comprehensive which is super helpful. My final question for you Leland is what would you say to someone who is maybe teetering on the fence of whether or not to start introducing supplements into their life. Oh sure I mean my quick answer would be listen. It's got a money back guarantee so I'm talking about the lifelong vitality passing so is three different. So just try it. You have nothing to lose many. If you don't like it you don't you don't get the result you think you. Should you send the bottles back and get your money back? So there's not like nothing crazy that's going to happen that you're GONNA lose all this money or anything and the other thing is you just need to try it out. Everybody's body is different. Your reaction like I don't think everyone has the same reaction to caffeine. Otherwise we'd live in a really weird society so we don't we all react differently to certain things so you WanNa try these supplements and then see how your body reacts. And if it's in a positive way which I'm very confident it will be. You'll be grateful that you're using them and then you'll continue to use them so me personally. I WANNA make sure every month I have like on talent and terrorism and then I kinda cycled through different ones like right now. I'm doing the dual capsule tumor Joe Or they're called Soft Gel but then I also do like the deep blue and the you name it. I am bound to the Max so anti Prime. So he went. I Yeah I would highly recommend you. Just try it and I think you would have wonderful benefits and there's no loss of financial to it either. Bullying thank you so much for talking with us today for sharing your insight and your advice on supplements we really appreciate it. I'll thank you. Thanks for having me. Thanks for joining us. And congratulations on living a healthier lifestyle with essential oils. If you liked what you heard today rate review and subscribe wherever you listen also if you want to try any of the products you about go to doe Tara Dot com or find a wellness advocate near you to place an order today..

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Do I really need a multivitamin? Featuring Leland Jones

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

08:58 min | 3 months ago

Do I really need a multivitamin? Featuring Leland Jones

"Today we're excited to talk to Leland Jones. About what supplement he uses and how they've changed his life Leland. Thank you so much for joining us today to talk about this super important subject. These ravin me and I appreciate it of course so supplements are something that I think. A lot of people are skeptical toward so. Why does our body needs supplements or does our needs supplements in addition to the food that we already eat now? That's good and I can see why a lot of people are feeling that way and to be honest. I felt that way myself. So before Doe Tara. I had a different career and so what I did is I went to like one of those big stores that you can buy things in bulk and I actually brought the supplements and I put them on my desk. Because I felt like if I had him on my desk I could remind myself to take more often and I co worker. Who showed me about the pros and cons of these different supplements and so that I learned was one our soil's that we're currently using to grow our crops are not nutrient dense like they used to be and the other thing is. We're supposed to be eating like we're supposed to be eating healthier than we are. I'm sure there's no shock dating it's like your plate of food for dinner is supposed to be like a rainbow of colors of different vegetables and unfortunately that is not the way we are eating as much as we should so yeah. We need to be taking supplements one because people like me aren't eating healthy and to the food isn't doesn't have the nutrients that they once did. And then the other aspect is. We need those supplements to replenish our body of Fill in the gaps of all the things we are missing so yeah I would say it's very much important and that is so interesting and you're definitely not alone. I know for myself. My plate never looks like a rainbow so there definitely are gaps. That I'm sure most people have that need to be filled. So you mentioned other supplements that you taking before you were introduced to Tara. Are All supplements created equal? Not at all not in. I was actually really. I don't know if the word is shocked but I was really discouraged when I learned that all these supplements like you like a lot of people are wasting a lot of money and so not all supplements are the same and does tearing and we all know this like tears. Mission is to be pure like everything's one hundred percent pure may have supplements that are also infused with essential oils. It is the perfect combination. And so the only thing I love about the Tara's that I don't just have to tell you about their supplements like once you take you can feel the difference to them and I've taken like I said I've taken supplements from companies. I guess other brands and I never did feel a difference but I thought what I was. Doing was being proactive with my health and it turns out a lot of those supplements taking did nothing to had no had no real significant benefit to my body and so with Doe Tara. Yeah it's it's a huge difference and with that so you talked about not being able to feel a difference. What Canada vitamin do for your body when you found one that is working for you. What is the difference that you see? There's a couple of things one I feel during the day. I have an increase in energy so I feel like that's their like that increase but also like mental capacity. I feel like I have more clarity of thought like I don't feel like I'm like I don't know if the word is like fog but you know how sometimes you sometimes I feel like I. I've woken up but I'm still half asleep in the whole day that way and then when it's time to go to bed I'm like wide awake and so I feel like a multivitamin is helped me with that when I'm awake during the day. I don't have that fog in my brain and I have more of the clarity and the other thing that I like about it is I like having an increase in my quality of sleep so I like when I go to bed at night. I feel like I'm sleeping better. I like during the day I feel like I'm more awake more alert. I have more energy. So that's those are the benefits. I enjoy those are definitely benefits that I think everyone would like to have in their life a little bit more energy better sleep and I just feeling like your body is working the way that it should. I think that's incredible so Leland. Can you walk us through? What supplements Tara has that? You've utilized in your life. Oh it's kind of a long list. That's okay so my wife. My wife was the one that introduced me to essential oils. And then after I started using essential oils I had this belief in Tara and so when I stumbled upon the lifelong vitality three different. You know the three different bottles. That's what I started taking and so the three different ones so that's your micro plex the EMC. So that's your Vitamins and Minerals Your Z. Omegas of that's Exit Omega. That's the other one. And then the healthy are S. That helps you on a cellular level. So those were the three. I started taking and to be honest. I'm not trying to contradict myself but the first couple of I was taking them. I just Kinda felt the same like I didn't like my wife was like really hyping it up and I was like you know I kinda just feel the same here and it wasn't until I didn't take him for a day is when I felt the big difference. The other time I felt a huge difference is we had gone on a family vacation. And we're at an amusement park and we're you know how that is you're standing by your cooking in the Sun. You're spending tons of money. Your kids are yelling at you right and I had brought the lifelong vitality but I had forgotten to take them. The first two days are numbered taking it the third day. 'cause we went to this amusement park for four days so on the third day. I remember taking a n feeling such a huge difference in those different areas of feeling more clarity and feeling like I had an increase in energy and things like that so those were the three that I started taking and then I was introduced. A couple of other ones like So Deep Blue Rub. That's a that's the oil deep. Blue Oil is rob. Is is amazing. Use probably daily but then does tear came out with a pill form so it's the Deep Blue Polythene on complex. And just so you know. I had a practice that word times in the mirror. Like I haven't even. I can read that where let alone pronounce it off. So that's another one that I use a lot and then like right now. I'm picturing Mike pillowcase. In the kitchen so I use the lifelong vitality deep blue ocean terrorism. I you tear after every meal usually just one one pill but if I eat like I'm not trying to admit anything here but like I like I like being five. Ako waffles for breakfast like that doesn't even faze me and my wife is like you eat like you're like like a little kid that ran away from home and so. I do a bunch of junk food and so if I eat five. Ako Awful Sushi. I happen to. I'll I'll take more terrorism. Now take anywhere from one to three terrorism's so usually if I feel like I feel like I can add like that heavy weight in my stomach like I shouldn't have eaten that many offals. That's when I know I should take more than one or two times. And so that's another one. I take all the time another one. I love is DDR prime. And I don't know if it's my favorite but it's up there. Ddr prime they make it in a soft Gel and they also have an oil. And I know you know that but I just like to repeat a twenty but I take that one and that one I feel amazing with and then once in a while I by the might owe to the Max and I use it to the Max is really interesting to me so even though I eat a ton of junk food and I admit that I actually don't drink caffeine because have seen has a weird effect on me like if I drink caffeine like right now. It's like Kinda morning time you know early at early morning or I'm sorry late morning if I drink caffeine there's a chance I'll be awake until like three or four in the morning. It's like I think some people would enjoy something like that. I hate it and the other thing it does to me. It makes me jittery and it creates all kinds of like panic in my mind of like also I'll lay in bed. I'm sorry this is a tangent but I'll lay in bed and I'll worry about like identity theft and my couch so I can't i. I avoid caffeine as best. I Cam O- minute to the Max is totally different on my system. So I don't get jittery I. It does not keep me up late at night or anything crazy like that but it definitely does give me this sense that it's helping sustain my energy level throughout the day and I and I and I do it for that

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"leland" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

10:07 min | 3 months ago

"leland" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"Bit about you. The person behind the work in the behind the strategy on the business one of my favorite questions. I ask you know. Is there an experience of your past that defines or makes up who you are today so I think the easy answer would be to say like the company that helped co found? But I'll pass on that one. I'll actually go back to something a long time ago. I think I was in second grade. My teacher is named miscued. Vicky and I remember we were drying in class and the class twenty kids and stuff and it was something for Thanksgiving. I think we're joined place MATS FOR OUR FAMILY. Thanksgiving and I was drying a scene of these children's native American sitting at a table. Eating there's four isn't clouds and there was a sunset and the sunlight was hitting the clouds turning them. You know like a combination of orange and red and stuff and sort of romantic setting that second grader. Could draws good and I remember Miss Bixby. Picking up my artwork. I was so completely confused why she did that. And walking into the back of the room and showing it to what was our teacher and I was so confused why they were talking over this thing that drone and looking at me and pointing at me I actually thought I was in trouble or something and I later. I later came to learn that that was the first moment when not my parents had recognized my artistic ability and what ended up happening was the school ended up. Creating a special class essentially was just me with teacher than art teacher that they brought in to work with me on art and stuff like that and for some reason. That's always stuck with me because I think that was the first time that I really felt that I was talented at something in that somebody recognized that talent the end. It's always stuck with me like I still. I still remember the clouds and stuff and I so remember what the classroom look like and stuff. I think everybody has had or should have one of those moments where they feel like. They've been plucked out for having something or doing something special because other people have taken notice and want to help you with that. So it's one of those things that I think from a very early stage in my life getting a lot of confidence that I had something exciting ahead of me. I love the moment in the in the detail. That you you you you can almost see little leland sitting there in the classroom as you described. It will now that we're talking about your younger self. What advice would you give your younger self? Maybe NOT SECOND GRADE. But maybe if you're just starting your career again what would you do different or what would you say how man pardon me is like well? I'm very happy with how my career has progressed. Where I am and stuff so on one hand nothing but on the other hand trillions of the question. I think the thing that because of who I am. I love absorbing information and I love knowledge and I love learning and I love kind of building my brain as if it was a by stepped right instead. What I've learned over a period of time is that that's important and that should always be a lifelong thing. But when you over invest in your brain and you underinvested building relationships in a network around you your brain at a certain point in your life doesn't matter anymore no matter how much knowledge you have doesn't matter because you don't have networks to activate that knowledge so the advice that would have to my younger self is invest in building relationships in a network as much as you invested building. Your brain will on a personal note. Are there Brands or companies or causes the youth. Feel you follow or you think other people should be taking notice A. I don't really pay attention to my industry much to be honest with you. There certainly are brands and companies. Doing amazing stuff out there. No question but I and more fascinated by things that happened away from our industry and taking those learnings and those experiences and those references and drawing upon them when I'm trying to crack probably within my industry. That's what I get really excited about like. I'm I'm deeply fascinated with a more scholarly study of Greek mythology right now and the city of Athens from government and cultural standpoint. And I'm finding so much in those studies. That are fueling what I'm doing my professional life much more. So than if I were reading a trade obligation or case studies or anything like that the Example may have heard people say that before but not to that degree you know they. They may say well you know. I remember somebody early on in the in the podcast. You know working for a CPT company said you know really paying attention to entertainment brands. I thought yeah Outside category thinking what's with moving people to consume over and over on entertainment platform if you will but I've never. I don't think I've seen somebody take it to that level of going back in time and studying other civilizations or other other structures if you will so that's fascinating thanks for sharing that and it's not even that like in my career. I spent ten years deeply fascinated by systems dynamics and that has informed a lot a lot of how I think about designing departments designing businesses. Now that's fascinating will last question for you a little bit closer to marketing than the city of Athens. It just curious your top of mind. What do you feel like is either the largest opportunity or the biggest threat that's facing marketers today? The biggest threat is the diminishment of creativity. I think creativity is in many ways under attack. Because it's not measurable and if all marketers both client side and otherwise continue to move towards only things that are measurable we will exist in a world of just optimization and be stuck in paths and never be able to evolve out of them. There's a lot of people believe that when they find success you have to keep measuring it to optimize against it but what that doesn't do is it doesn't help you realize whether you've found success on small mountain or a big mountain and if you can get to the top of that success are you. Is that really? The tallest mountain you can be standing on and creativity is one of those things which helps you find the biggest and there needs to be much more emphasis not on the -sarily just disproving that performance marketing is filled with flaws transparency issues and trust issues and stuff though. I think that is an important realization that everybody needs to have but there needs to be more emphasis on the positive meaning putting into creativity and understanding of. How do you measure like? There's one thing that I'm a fascinated with right now. I have no idea where it's going. But there's a thing in mass called indirect proof the idea of proving something by proving disproving the contrarian or showing that the contrary the contradictory or that proof is false. I don't fully understand what I'm sort of learning about it right now. But what's interesting to me about it? Is that creativity is is very difficult to measure no question. I tend to think of creativity as a bit of a black hole in the sense that you know it's there and it's happening enormous impact on everything around it. But you can't see it so what you do is you measure everything around it to understand if the where the black holes are in a way. I think that's kind of the same thing with creativity. Tried to directly measure creativity the way you directly measure sales or you directly measure media efficiency. You'RE GONNA fail because it doesn't work that way and so. Is there a different approach to measuring creativity? That isn't the same paradigm that we've applied to measuring other direct things and so this idea of mathematics have an indirect proof is a way of measuring something or maybe not even measuring something proving the validity of something by without directly proving. And so. That's something that I've only recently begun my investigation just to try to understand how that works but there needs to be a very concerted effort to understanding the impact of the Roi of creativity in organizations and in a way that is unique to creativity as opposed to taking the metrics of sales which is transactional and applying that to creativity which is not transactional and saying did creativity have an Roi. Because it's not just about marketing. It's really about entrepreneurs it's really about value-creation it's really about innovation. It's really about building entrepreneurial resilient creative cultures which is whatever. Ceo Wants Right now so. I think if you unlock that measurement or that way of validating creativity. It's not just about did the campaign worker not or is bringing in creative smart strategic creative professional's enhancing our bottom line. It's really about much much more than that and so I think that's an opportunity that I wish. More people in the marketing industry would agree agree. We'll Leland thank you so much for coming on the show today. It's been fascinating thank you. It's been a lot of fun. It's Alan again. Marketing today was created and produced by. If you're new to marketing today please feel free to write us a review on Itunes or your favorite listening platform. Don't forget to subscribe and tell your friends and colleagues about the show. I love to hear from listeners. And you can contact me at marketing today. Podcasts DOT COM. They're also find complete. Show notes links to anything. We talk about on any episode. You can also search archives. I'm Alan Heart that this is marketing..

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"leland" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

08:37 min | 3 months ago

"leland" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"Today. On the show I talked to Leland. Mosh Meyer. Leland's bend the chief creative officer of Shabani since two thousand sixteen in two thousand nineteen. His role is expanded to be the chief creative and strategy officer. He's a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader and also the CO founder and former CO chief officer at Collins renowned design firm on the show today Leland and I take on what he's doing. Giovanni and this unbelievable creative organization that he's not leading at the company. You talk about some recent campaign work as well as just the LAS affi on design and business and the intersection between those two things. You don't WanNa miss this episode with Leland the Sinon Leland. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. Yeah we've had dinner together. We've Kinda got to know each other through a webinar experience. I'm excited to have you on the podcast. Finally so one of the things. I thought we could just start with. Is I know you went to school at UNC? But we've never talked about where you're from. Where are you from? Yeah I wish I had a good story behind this. But it's pretty straightforward I was born in Knoxville Tennessee and grew up in a small town called Alfa Reta Georgia Okay okay but a southern kid to start your roots before moving to the big city. Yes very proud to be center. There you go I can sense it. Just a tiny tiniest bit in your voice not much. But it's it's there it's that Southern SOUTHERN GENTLEMAN EDGE. That makes me happy. I never have had a very strong southern accent. Both my parents also grew up in the south and Virginia and Mississippi and Arkansas. They don't have strong accents either so whenever I tell people. I'm from the south. They are very abused. Most people think I'm California at a lot of people think Europe which is always strange to hear. But I'm like I actually wish I had a very southern accent but alas my my life did not go that way. It's funny it's funny. There's there's another guy that's been on this show. I believe he's also from Knoxville Jay Livingston you guys both live in New York now. He's the CMO at all. My Gosh just went out of my head was at Bark and bark box and now he is at the famous hamburger chain. Why can think of the name of it shake shack shake shack yes? He's the simos check so to Knoxville. Guys KNOXVILLE's work way up in the world. Yeah exactly exactly so well. Let's talk about your career. Where'd you get your start in? What was the path to becoming chief creative officer Shabani so coming out of college I actually freelanced in design for a while for maybe about a year or two and then ended up getting a job at midsize ad agency in North Carolina called the Kenny where I had intern during college. I didn't have a portfolio like an advertising portfolio. So they wouldn't hire me as a creative but I was also really fascinated with the strategy side of the creative communications world and so I ended up taking a job as a strategist for a few years. Moved up the ranks. There then decided that while advertising was a lot of fun I really enjoyed. It learned a lot about the business of creativity. I really missed design and wanted to get back into that. And so through. A series of fortunate events ended up meeting a gentleman named Brian Collins and he and I just immediately clicked with each other and decided to start a new design firm with each other and so we were both co founders of the design from Collins in New York City and I had done that or almost a decade when Shabani called me and while Shabani was a much lesser known smaller company. At the time I was really fascinated by the opportunity I saw there which was not so much just to go and be the first chief creative officer of Shibani but to apply design to organizational transformation because Shabani had huge ambitions. They were at the time. Mainly just selling Greek yogurt and a lot of people didn't even know how to pronounce the name of all the Kobani so I was really fascinated with that idea and I'd also come to a point in my career where I didn't WanNa sing the songs that other people wrote. I wanted to write the music myself. I wanted to really be able to own a whole brand soup to nuts and so the Shabani opportunity offered that and it was a really exciting unique opportunity that I jumped on that training and was excited to see where it took me. You jumped on the train and and you made it into a flying jet. I think you've built one of the most successful internal agencies. I think in the world. I don't think that's a stretch. I think that's real and I'd love to just hear like where'd you start? How did you do that? And why is it effective for you while I thank you I? You know I'll I'll probably coach on the very first thing that I did was when I was trying to understand the business situation of the company. I started realizing like Oh. This is not only stuff that I've done for a lot of other companies but this is also familiar to my own experience creating my own design firm and I always approached it. Not as how do I build an internal agency but how do I transform Shabani into a creatively driven culture and so a big part of it was telling some of the people that I adopted some project manager so production designers that it was going to get a lot worse before it got better? And that was it. It's probably not the most motivating thing in the world. But I think everyone needed to really understand that. Change requires going through periods of destruction periods of learning periods of being unknown and stuff and so really setting the table early on that if we were going to truly become one of not just the best in-house creative capabilities but one of the best creative capabilities in the country. We were going to have to go through a lot of growing pains so that was the very thing I did because I knew that from my own experience. Starting my design firm there was a lot of startup struggles and startup costs associated with it. The other thing that I did was because a manufacturing culture is different than a creative culture. I had to do a lot of translating and luckily I was working with some really fantastic people that I had recruited like Wami Taylor offered me Smith who were instrumental in helping me communicate. How building a creative capability was different than just building another department. So there's a lot of high tides a lot of conversations. A lot of explanation about why payment terms could it be the same for production companies when we worked with them as it was for other vendors that company work with why salary bands were different recruited professionals than they were for other market professionals? Why we needed so much headcount to do something. That on paper seemed so simple. This was all just stuff that the organization just didn't understand because it didn't have experienced building this type of stuff. There were luckily some people in the HR Department who had worked in organizations that had created capabilities before so pathetic to it and stuff so the next step as it sounds like it was about building alliances through trust building and education things like that and then after that it was a typical startup journey. You try to find your what is typically called product markets that. But you try to do that within an existing organization. What's the most important work that we can be doing? What's the most impactful work we can be doing? How do we track it? How do we prioritize it followed by? How do we also not just service where the company is right now? But how do we also start to build the future of where this company can go and so along part of the process while we were building team while we were figuring out process was trying to build the future of Shabani while also servicing where the company was at that moment so a lot of people don't understand this but while we were building the plane we were not just flying a plane? We are trying to fly planes? The future of Shabani in the present day of Shibani and again luckily because we're able to set expectations early. Because we're able to kind of put on paper what the journey was going to look like. People understood why they were working extra long. They understood why they were difficulty. They understood why a process that we put in place on. Monday was all of a sudden up ended on Wednesday completely. New Process. Put is just a lot of learning exploration and experimentation and then the last thing L. Sanderson Bingo could say about this but the last thing I'll say is this from day one. We did not want.

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U.S. stocks rise for the first time in five days

Leland Conway

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

U.S. stocks rise for the first time in five days

"What a difference a day makes US stocks the gaining for the first time in five days says investors take a step back and see how much the corona viruses progressing the Dow was up three hundred seventy two points S. and P. up forty three nasdaq climbing a hundred and forty eight points one new home sales rose nearly eight percent at the start of the year reaching the highest level since two thousand seven one cheaper borrowing costs and a resilient labor market

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The Murder of Leslie Marie Perlov

Casefile True Crime

04:39 min | 6 months ago

The Murder of Leslie Marie Perlov

"The Californian city of Stanford laws in the northwest corner of Santa Clara County just under an hour drive from San Francisco covering any land area of two point. Eight Square Miles Stanford is adjacent to Palo Alto one of the principal cities of the affluent and progressive Silicon Valley which is served as an incubator for many prominent and influential technological enterprises. Over the years including Apple Google facebook and Tesla Stanford is home to the prestigious eight thousand Dak- Stanford University a private co educational and Non Denominational College and Research Institution. Many of the city's residents students faculty members who live on or Iran campus in a range of accommodations including Goma. Trees Co ops. Row Houses Fraternities sororities single family homes and condominiums established in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. The university was founded by railroad magnate and California Senator Leland Stanford and his wife Jane. In memory of their only child Leyland junior he died of typhoid fever. At Age Fifteen. The land began as the stock farm with OAK dotted fields and soon developed into one of the largest university campuses in the United States despite sustaining heavy damage from two separate earthquakes in nineteen. I seek since and nine hundred ninety nine. The university has managed to maintain its original California mission architecture from the light. Eighteen hundreds characterized by embellished yellow sandstone long low and wide colonnades open arches and two red terra cotta tiled roofs at the heart of the campus is the main quadrangle the university's oldest structure stretching. Iva seventeen acres. The main quad is raised Vira Mile Long Palm Tree lined road and has an inherent data section. Both of which feature sprawling lawns courtyards and interconnected buildings housing. Various departments classrooms and administration offices regarded as a national center for Research Stanford Phages More Than One hundred and twenty research. Institutes exploring a range of topics from particle physics to International Studies Given it's proximity to silicon valley and it's impressive academic and athletic performance records. It is renowned as one of the top universities of the world. Many students go on to have a lustrous careers in their field of expertise with past alumni including noble laureates Pulitzer Prize winners and Presidential Medal of freedom recipients. One hundred and fifty thousand visit as drawn to the faint grants annually to explore it too many features including apiaries shops and gardens as well as a stadium. Golf course satellite dish and church liking trials around the campus outskirts off of use of the rolling countryside and attract by more than fifty thousand visitors a year in the early nineteen seventies. Just over eleven thousand students were enrolled at Stanford University and the Kanta coach in these men that had started in the mid nineteen sixties was still a major aspect of college lawf- students fighting for social and political change would often stage protests scenes and formed community action groups for issues such as racism. Women's liberation and gay rods. Leslie Marie Po love graduated from Stanford in nineteen seventy two with a bachelors degree in history by the beginning of the following year. The twenty one year old was working as a clerk at the north. Santa Clara Canny Low Library in Palo Alto. Leslie hoped to become a lawyer and recently been accepted into law school at the University of Pennsylvania though classes had yet to begin at three. Pm on Tuesday. February. Thirteen Leslie left work. For the day driving off in her seventy-two Orange Chevrolet Nova the coworkers presumed. She was heading directly to her time in the Los. Altos hills where she lived with her widowed mother Florence. But Leslie never arrived

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1-Year-Old Boy Shot In Head In Uptown, Police Say

The Opening Bell

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

1-Year-Old Boy Shot In Head In Uptown, Police Say

"A one year old boy shot in the head last night in the uptown neighborhood he is being treated have Lori children's hospital this morning that's where we find WGN's Courtney goes please tell us right around seven forty last night Amanda ran into Weiss Memorial Hospital hearing that toddler who had a single gunshot wound to the head the man told police the baby was shot in the eight hundred block of west Leland near Clarendon as a group with aiming at him so spokesman for C. P. D. sending prayers that this little guy continues to pull through and make it as they work to determine how this

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Eadweard Muybridge, the Man Who Captured Time

The Past and the Curious

09:09 min | 7 months ago

Eadweard Muybridge, the Man Who Captured Time

"Edward Mobridge was born in eighteen thirty and kingston upon teams in England. His birth name was Edward Muggeridge but as he marched through the circumstances dances life he would change his name many times. Such a thing was pretty uncommon in the eighteen hundreds but he was pretty uncommon man. His hometown town was the historical site of coronations where the early British kings were crowned and ceremony and the earliest of. These monarchs were Saxons and perhaps inspired by that the young man would change his name to Mobridge and adopt the old spelling of his first name. Edward The vowel heavy spelling E. A. D. w. e. a. a- are D-. It looks like eat weird but sounds like Edward seeking adventure. He left for America at the age of twenty two telling his grandmother that if he didn't succeed and the lofty goals he had for his own life. He'd never retired. He arrived in New York with a bunch of extra bells and his name and little else he. He worked there for a bit but was thirsty for more. So he left for California soon after it was eighteen fifty-five during the gold rush when scores of people headed west to mind for the valuable metal. He sought his fortune through other means. Though he opened a bookstore in San Francisco the city was growing in the people had money need to spend by most accounts he was mild mannered and his business was pretty successful in the bustling city in eighteen. Sixty he made plans to head back to Europe for. We're a visit and to do some business. But he missed the boat so instead he booked passage on a Coniston goggin across the American continent to head head back east and from there he would sail to his native England. Kind of still go. aggies were the common covered wagon that you see all of the images of westward travel. It was was a fateful trip and the first time that a horse would fundamentally alter his life. These wagons were pulled by horses. The one carrying Mobridge was pulled by a team of six six mustangs but somewhere in Texas the horses pulling his wagon broke loose and started off leaving the wagon cascading on a high narrow trail above Iraqi fall. The driver couldn't get control and the WAGGON tumbled loaded with passengers and their belongings thinking quickly as the accident that was unfolding. Edward tried to cut an escape hole in the wagons cover but in the commotion he was thrown from the vehicle and hit his head on a rock. During the fall he recovered from the head injury in Arkansas. For three months though he had no recollection of the accident. One of the other passengers had to tell oh him what had happened. In addition to some memory problems he now saw everything in a disorienting. Double Vision Edward also displayed definite personality. Finality changes it was a brain injury. And as you might guess these can have a great impact on a person in his case. The injuries came with aggressive episodes. Grandiose thinking and general unusual behavior the people who had known him before noticed a distinct difference in his personality. After recuperating more New York he headed back to England where he stayed for several years when he returned to America in eighteen sixty seven. He considered himself photographer having learned a lot about the new art form and he had acquired some very nice equipment which he had brought with him. It was still a developing art. In fact the I photograph in history was made in France just four years before Edward was even born. By the time he was working eighteen sixties. The technology was still very limited mid and far from the powerful cameras that we carry in our pockets every day. Edwards equipment filled an entire horse cart in addition to the new career as a photographer he also sported an enormous beard and he called himself by a host of new names including Helius. This was not not the same old Edward. His photography made an impact on the world. He had a definite fascination with stopping time. Just a few years after a man named Matthew Brady Changed America by photographing not just the people of the civil war. But the battle scenes and carnage mobridge was documenting in beautiful detail. Some of America's because most amazing and mysterious natural sites. If you've never been to Yosemite Valley you still probably heard about it's staggering beauty. This led to it being being among the first of the land to be designated as national parks but before it welcomed hordes of tourists to gaze at its beauty weighbridge made some of the first and certainly some of the best photographs of the amazing land. Some of them are so amazing. They look like epic landscape paintings soon. Everyone wanted a piece of Edward. Helius Komo Abridge the same year. He came back to America. The Secretary of State William seward negotiated a deal to buy Alaska Lasca from the Russian Empire. But for years this was called seward's icebox or seward's folly because most people thought it was a costly mistake to buy the enormous swath of northern land in an effort to convince people of its value. The government hired Mobridge to join an expedition travel with his immense. It's photo equipment and a darkroom and photograph the Land Resources and native people of the territory. They are some of the most important documents we have of that time time period still today but it was back in California that his fame truly solidified and it was largely. Thanks to a man who would give his name to Stanford University his name was Leland Stanford and he had a problem he was a robber Baron and oh this was a problem for a lot of other people. This wasn't a problem as so called robber. Baron he like several other industrialised of the late eighteen. Hundreds was rich and powerful but he had gotten that way through some pretty shady and morally questionable ways used political influence and connections to get rich not to mention taking advantage of many less fortunate people he had been the governor head of the railroad a Horse Breeder and he owned what was at the time the largest winery in the world on his gigantic estate. He raised eight hundred racehorses. Feeding these horses alone wasn't expensive task in order to do so. He also operated a a sixty acre carrot farm just for food so you may ask yourself what does a guy like this. Have to worry about Mr Muggeridge. I I have a problem. That's not my name. Mr Mobridge have rows riot again. I have gone long again call me. He Leo's Leo's that's right heels as in the ancient Greek personification of the sun being okay. Okay Helius so I have this theory and it's more than a hunch but I just can't prove it and I may or may not have bet money on it so I I need an answer. So how can he LEO's help. Well he'll ios this concerned horses. You see I believe when a horse runs at some point in its stride dried all four of its speed are above the ground so at some point the horse has touching absolutely nothing yet still moving forward but it happened so quickly that I can't be certain. Do you understand yeah. He Leo's digs that. You want me to prove it with Pictures Helius. I'd like that very much which it's going to cost you. Some money got plenty. Don't worry. Coup crackle added now it was actually a pretty common disagreement of the time and Leland with his stable full of horses and pockets. Full of cash was in a unique position to solve it he just needed. Someone like mobridge invest best craziest and most creative photographer in the public eye to solve technical issues when a horse ran. was there ever a moment when all four of its feet were off of the ground many people believed it could not possibly be true. The first tries to capture the airborne image. Each were failures. It was impossible with the cameras of the day to catch the fast horse. At just the right time the beast was just a blur so they went back to the drawing board. The project was derailed by mobridge being the defendant in a murder case which is another story entirely but once that was over they got back to work. More bridge hung white sheets up along the race track. And whiten the track itself with chalk powder this would reflect any an all light which he knew would help. The camera. Camera capture a clear image of the fast horse next. He designed a camera with quick shutter speed. It may have been the first of its kind as most cameras needed a long Exposure to whatever was being photographed people would have to sit still early photographs. So that they didn't show up as a blur that would not work with a galloping horse.

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US imposes visa rules for pregnant women on 'birth tourism'

Steve and Ted

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

US imposes visa rules for pregnant women on 'birth tourism'

"The trump administration is cracking down on birth tourism the practice of intentionally giving birth while visiting the US essentially making the new born a U. S. citizen this numeral essentially flips the burden of proof from the state department to say they suspect a case of birth tourism for a pregnant woman to be denied a visa but now would be pregnant tourists can be denied visas if they can't convince the immigration officer they have another legitimate reason for visiting there is no hard number on the number of pregnant women who come to America specifically to give birth but the number is estimated in the tens of thousands this rule change essentially tries to cut down on that number but does nothing to change birthright citizenship that's fox's Leland

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Trump signs "Phase One" of limited trade deal with China, what's next?

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

03:31 min | 7 months ago

Trump signs "Phase One" of limited trade deal with China, what's next?

"The hour let's say good morning to James Leland investment manager via fax group James is good that the two sides the US and China have have done a deal it removes a certain amount of the uncertainty and so the tensions are lower but one of the points have been making a lot this morning's are still a lot of terrorists in place and I can give you a little microcosm story speaking to one of my AG sources and he said look this is a home run for us but the fact is that there are still a lot of terrorists in place B. for instance opening up of the terrorists are forty seven percent so are these remaining terrorist in your view James going to be a drag on the economy I get up in front of the love you write me questions Michael until the park in the world for the scene and it's just absolutely gets transmitted to the cracker barrel that might be with regards to justify soon he trump and he's already said this he needs to make sure that it's confined to bargain with so the task because the sidelines so that he has a good bargain now would you got so the actual play tells us get into the details of of all size one old even the decals will potentially can at least talk about it hi Sir what what is an absolute certainty and and his counselor to suffer and die is that at some stage he's gonna throw a spanner in the works and show that this is some sort of a big national AT and paint and it's an absolute calamity so that you can then be deceived six that's the only thing that's really ahead so he makes these terrorists it to sign it so that when he came to the when he calls it the calamity he's got this thing hanging over to show that post trying to come back to the title and to continue the negotiations James is there a winner here you know we've been talking about this for a long time and now we're trying to see did anyone actually get the upper hand all it takes what we did so he got the upper hand it's really at that that is a fascinating thing isn't it the house was having a bit of a look through the more reports of slowing it also seems to be compared to the kind of your subjects with limited time at that that was talking about who was actually sent to the signing all of the phase one deal because the leader of the free world Donald Trump on one side at the White House on the other side no one expects this thing that we can put that on the court what is effectively and ranking political official in the in the Chinese Chrissy okay it's it's a big signal that there's there's something that's in the Chinese sake and and that this is going back I've museums dedicated to this address back as far as the opium wars the Senate no one can ever really be associated with an unsafe deal and potentially with the why the constant company miss that Sir it's announced a deal no wants to be the person who signs yeah if you are potentially at the UC across the Rick that started actually I think the agent that that potentially when they eventually I think that eventually that do start to buckle on the on actually implementing the size of the trade deal we give you just a second turn on the possible reasons why they will collect it comes when I kind reasons the market comes like a cat from just one after the other with our mind so from an investment standpoint how do you play it well look identical to kind of fraud because only should do in the morning you coming to make a Cup of coffee you totally blend seminal you look at this you look at the simple facts is money so free yes is the world even in a complete calamity not things are attacked so you just continue to buy equities and everything is okay

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Trump signs "Phase One" of limited trade deal with China, what's next?

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

03:31 min | 7 months ago

Trump signs "Phase One" of limited trade deal with China, what's next?

"The hour let's say good morning to James Leland investment manager via fax group James is good that the two sides the US and China have have done a deal it removes a certain amount of the uncertainty and so the tensions are lower but one of the points have been making a lot this morning's are still a lot of terrorists in place and I can give you a little microcosm story speaking to one of my AG sources and he said look this is a home run for us but the fact is that there are still a lot of terrorists in place B. for instance opening up of the terrorists are forty seven percent so are these remaining terrorist in your view James going to be a drag on the economy I get up in front of the love you write me questions Michael until the park in the world for the scene and it's just absolutely gets transmitted to the cracker barrel that might be with regards to justify soon he trump and he's already said this he needs to make sure that it's confined to bargain with so the task because the sidelines so that he has a good bargain now would you got so the actual play tells us get into the details of of all size one old even the decals will potentially can at least talk about it hi Sir what what is an absolute certainty and and his counselor to suffer and die is that at some stage he's gonna throw a spanner in the works and show that this is some sort of a big national AT and paint and it's an absolute calamity so that you can then be deceived six that's the only thing that's really ahead so he makes these terrorists it to sign it so that when he came to the when he calls it the calamity he's got this thing hanging over to show that post trying to come back to the title and to continue the negotiations James is there a winner here you know we've been talking about this for a long time and now we're trying to see did anyone actually get the upper hand all it takes what we did so he got the upper hand it's really at that that is a fascinating thing isn't it the house was having a bit of a look through the more reports of slowing it also seems to be compared to the kind of your subjects with limited time at that that was talking about who was actually sent to the signing all of the phase one deal because the leader of the free world Donald Trump on one side at the White House on the other side no one expects this thing that we can put that on the court what is effectively and ranking political official in the in the Chinese Chrissy okay it's it's a big signal that there's there's something that's in the Chinese sake and and that this is going back I've museums dedicated to this address back as far as the opium wars the Senate no one can ever really be associated with an unsafe deal and potentially with the why the constant company miss that Sir it's announced a deal no wants to be the person who signs yeah if you are potentially at the UC across the Rick that started actually I think the agent that that potentially when they eventually I think that eventually that do start to buckle on the on actually implementing the size of the trade deal we give you just a second turn on the possible reasons why they will collect it comes when I kind reasons the market comes like a cat from just one after the other with our mind so from an investment standpoint how do you play it well look identical to kind of fraud because only should do in the morning you coming to make a Cup of coffee you totally blend seminal you look at this you look at the simple facts is money so free yes is the world even in a complete calamity not things are attacked so you just continue to buy equities and everything is okay

Boris Johnson's Conservative Party Wins 365 Seats

Power Trading Radio

00:26 sec | 8 months ago

Boris Johnson's Conservative Party Wins 365 Seats

"Voters in northern England and Wales gave conservatives a majority not seen since the days of Reagan and Margaret Thatcher with three hundred and sixty five seats and labor it's a worst defeat since before World War two with just two hundred and three working class voters rejected the promises by labor leader Jeremy Corbett fox's Leland Vitor Johnson calls a landslide victory irrefutable and on or

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"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Common sense Leland Conway on newsradio wait forty WHAS there was the steel drivers Dave that's the bluegrass Chris stable then used to be within the song is called sticks it made thunder here's a little bit of it it's written from the point of view of a tree that overlooks a civil war battlefield the a little bit of this year when he gets into the chorus please describe the jury is describing the battlefield six it may thunders like that's what a tree would think that a gun is so I it's it's fascinating.

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"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

10:34 min | 1 year ago

"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Common sense Leland Conway on newsradio wait forty WHAS gives you just decide to go with like the creepy weird news of the day we got a guy that killed in eight is girlfriend and another guy that sun bathing in his backyard a body falls out of this guy get the text we are sure what the story was behind this fella deciding to go for all of they all flights in in the land in the land expires one cold flight right there yeah no doubt so how did he fall out I mean when when the landing gear open maybe he froze to death inside of it or something and then landing gear opened and well I open or closed I think at that altitude you can of your head you'll be dead there's no yeah you know they're out there feet yeah yeah you're not in that category so he was probably yeah he was probably dead and then when the landing gear open he just fell out yes and very cold sure yeah yeah that's because the grisly scene there it really kinda is a pure lan in your backyard just sunbathing wow boys sons beautiful today for the week I've heard of other things falling out of airplane yeah but not like sometimes it's right yeah meteorites and stuff fall from the sky but that would be that would ruin my day I got if I if a body just fell out of the sky and landed right next we had that would that ruin my day so is your first thought is word accorded to come from you know don't you don't see the plane up there you just yet all from the sky crap Superman lost his battle hers it's just anyway not funny guy died but still anyway weird news today so I'll let's get back to it maybe find some more normal okay so we'll do crack thanks Paul guy killed need his girlfriend and then that all kinds of weird stuff going on I we got to pull up right now on Twitter I actually have two poles and they're both still running there was a story out of Israel yesterday that scientists have figured out a way to possibly choose the gender of your child before they're born what so they could does this leave you go I want a boy the kid I guess do some kind of genetic rigmarole with it and it be a girl or a boy or you so the question that I asked on Twitter was would what would if you could choose would you now hello now do you think that do you think it's another yes absolutely this is this is in the mall okay you're you're not you're not stopping shop you're not going down the aisle picking a baby I need some yoga pants new shoes then we'll have a girl and a boy both of the twins now I know that's coming right you know that that's coming like to medic engineering of our it's Gatica is here but I do it's here yeah have you seen that movie no no I have got to get the I want to give away too much but the plot line is all the all the rich people's babies are engineered and the poor people become into a permanent underclass because there less than perfect there's a poor kid who wants to be an astronaut but you can't because they have a caste system in the future you know only the perfect smart rich kids get to be the astronauts on this poor kid is always wanting to be an astronaut so he faked it he fake being a smart kid he had to change the color of his eyes and all this kind of stuff and it's at the story it's it's very dystopian that's coming that's what's coming I mean they're going to be able to genetically engineer a lot of the health problems out of our bodies and we're gonna be able to pick the color of the eyes the color of the hair and tone of the scan and the sax and probably some of the personality traits and all those things that it does make it ethical well the question then is is it's still human right but what right element of you what element of humanity is played by chance a ton or or or in my opinion I would say a lot well in my opinion god creates us any creates us all with the plan which is why you know people that believe like I do tend to be against abortion because I believe that once the child is conceived there's now a plan for that child's life per god and when humans intervene in that so what happens if we intervene we change the entire make up of the human being and god had a plan for but now we've altered its personality and we've altered everything that makes it who it is you will have blemishes and and flaws and those flaws and blemishes can make or break us but they're part of our character yeah they make us who we are yeah the things we have to overcome our insecurities those things we have to overcome those things is part of what builds who we are it's all part of I think god's plan challenges that we face all that kind of stuff so I don't know I it's far as gender though I guess some of this I guess I'm gonna go with your point of view on this I mean it depends on how early they're able to make the alteration I guess I mean it's really just a matter of do the I I don't exactly know how all that process happens what causes it to be a boy verses the girl but I tend to lean towards chance only let let me ask you this let's say the doctor comes to you you're expecting a kid and they say you have serious health issues with this child there is going to be an issue and less you have to go in and make changes yourself change the genetic code of your child interfering with the gods plan mentality that you're thinking about would you go ahead and leave it to chance leave it to god's plan yeah that's tough all right well low but a personal story here I was born with the major physical challenges which were overcome but there was a high chance when I was born that I would not be a normal healthy person I ended up being a normal healthy person in my parents and I believe that that was because of god's intervention but I was born with him major physical challenges that you know most people are born with those physical challenges do not go on to be the grub normal healthy so again her that's why we think it was a miracle that being said had a few could have avoided those things would you yeah I mean that that's a hard call I mean I here's the way I look at it you can go down that road along way right like you can say well we weren't meant to have brain surgery right because until we have the technology we couldn't do that and take a tumor out of a brain you would just have to die and yet we do now have it and we consider that to be part of god's is a Christian you would consider that to be part of god's plan that we as intelligent human beings develop these things and that god can use Matt modern medicine to be part of the healing process if you believe the way I believe you can believe that god brought uses modern medicine to be part of the healing process so could you apply that there if you say this child's gonna have cancer but we can alter this gene and they're only gonna live three years but we can alter this change will be perfectly healthy could that also be part of god's plan that that's modern medicine that allows for the healing of that child or participates in the healing of that's all right being born at this time in life where there is technology to be able to cure something like that so you could go on to live a life part of part of god's plan but then we get down to the word this is great this is an interesting conversation now you dig down a little bit farther you like I when we start talking about personality traits we're not talking about we're not talking about physical to I'm sure there's a lot of people to disagree with someone I'm saying here too because we're all gonna have thoughts on this but Hey email me Leona WHAS are calmer Texas five a two to three oh six five six five I would think that like to me I was sort of draw the line of personality traits and perhaps what we go to gender right it's like that that's that's all part of who you are and I know that so is the physical thing but you know me being born with a set of physical challenges that were over com and completely eliminated is part of who I am and part of my character in so and part of my page part of my parents are too because having to walk through that so it's that's part of their character so it's like however that diagnosis is dealt with is not the same as changing somebody's personalities that that makes sense personality and gender it is that's the diff the basic definition of who you are right now I think we're here's the things that happened to you and how those help develop now then you know point to that is that when you're choosing a child's gender I feel like that's more of a luxury you know there there's you know there's a life or death on the line you're just deciding that you want to have a boy or a girl you want to paint the walls pink or blue that's kind of a you know something that you can make that decision if you have the money you have the resources but when you're doing something like curing cancer in a kid or helping sure they they are born healthy and can live a successful life then your your morality in the ways of thinking goes in a completely different direction now it's more of survival and love and care for your child that it is for just purely of what gender and what you want them to be yeah I think I think you did a good a nice job of delineating the difference between the two ones a luxury and one is the essence of whether the person will arrive and that is where I would bring in from a moral standpoint I would be like well god has provided us with this technology now that we can make these changes now what I don't agree with is that if we're in a situation where a child is gonna have physical challenges and there's not anything we can do about it that there is a growing trend of people I will let's just off it so that it doesn't have to deal with that no I don't like the rule to make you come into the planet and have to deal with that I'm like no no no again that's part of you know I mean there but for the grace of god go why so I you know I don't know I that that's where that's where I think it it kind of gets a little bit if you can do anything to help help but if you can't then it's it is.

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"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Common sense Leland Conway on newsradio wait forty WHAS were you leave the room I just want to get one thing clear yes Sir that story you did if I were to put that in layman's terms it means people put in a bowl and then that's making people sick is that right crypto spore radium is the name of that nasty stuff also known as crypto yeah and it comes from pope right it's a fecal parasite yeah your mouth closed when you go swimming yeah good advice from Paul miles of the eight forty WHAS news okay thank you Sir I just want to clarify that I see especially make mistake I love our news guys have to do it like very good to be very straightforward and to be very straight down the middle and I'm like wait a minute I think he's talking about moving in a pool I mean we actually just put it in for the rest of us live our lives by those big words make it sound real important yeah well it goes back to the Jeff Foxworthy bit that we place somebody sent us about aliens contacting rednecks verse right beside the south of vehicle all called Ahmad was so hello did a minus if you put in the pool I don't happen we'll just talk like normal people somebody put in a full don't put a bullet appear to pull people do that all the time you pee in the shower you can operate in a pool that's really there was this whole story about how if the pool smells really strongly of Corinth chlorine that doesn't mean it's clean or they just dumped a bunch of chlorine in there it means that the chlorine is trying to take out a lot of contaminants so you probably want to swim in a pool the smell so they've Corey means is very active so it smells when it's actives I mean somebody has proved impeding the poll and you don't want to go in that pool now is this epidemic moved past children is it just kids that are doing this young kids or do you do are we of course it's are we allowing this to happen did you not see the video of the guy in Florida are last Florida man story no I'm sorry I did guy pulls into somebody's driveway and just drop the dues write a driveway this call you're a grown **** man go down the road to the seven eleven or something what's wrong with you four men for it yeah no known connection to the house just pick that house do I mean what is wrong with you man maybe on a wall on what what I could find a going back through the wall on speaking of which we were talking earlier about best cleanest bathrooms for your travel this week as everybody to be on the road by the way text me your text me a road trip five a two to three oh six five six five we're going to Mexico text me your road trip this week where are you going five oh two.

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"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Station. Common sense. Leland Conway on NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S. Brother. Please. Let me step on the lyrics. Just one time just to irritate Leila. Enough for that open. Bottom line. What do you suggest should be Leland's open that we got to cool some kind of conspiracy theory fame. Oh, that's it. Somebody's watching me. Yeah. Yeah. Foil stuff the twilight zone theme. That's more like. I love Leila's. But cool factor. If I only had a brain. That'd be a good one. Sturridge brain was the scarecrow. No. And the tin man, if only I had my. Oil can. Okay. Fun fact served over the weekend. Okay. Wizar- laws, which we just referenced. Yeah. Okay. That Frank bomb was the writer wizard of Oz. And he came up with the name Oz. Because there was a filing cabinet in the room. He was writing the the play in o through z. And he o through z two cabinets. And you went..

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"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Common sense. Leland Conway on NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S. You got a lot of time. Joe Elliott filling in for Leland this morning at NewsRadio eight forty WATS. That's an interesting story Paul miles about the the stadium food. I try not to buy overpriced stadium food you ever go to to Indianapolis to watch the Pacers or the colts or go to Cincinnati to watch the Bengals or something. And you're going to pay big dollars for stadium food, which is it's not that great. You wanna have dinner before the game after the game? That's one thing. I I just I don't buy stadium food if I can help it. But it is a little scary. Some of the some of the findings ESPN had with these hundred different venues, and they had pictures online with moldy bun and bugs is. Yeah. View eat much stadium food day. Now, not really you have to have a hotdog at the ballpark though. I mean, well, I mean you can have just as much trouble with the hot dog. I guess I will do a hotdog maybe occasionally, but it's. I don't know. Even even that. I try not to I'll do one hot dog. Just something about the way. They tasted a baseball game. I'm not sure what it is. It's it is the atmosphere. Bowling alley. Burger. Yeah. It's there's just something. There's something to be said for a hot dog at the game. But the stadium food. Yeah. Now the nachos. The stale chips in that nor sauce that's supposed to be cheese and those reverie jalapenos eight bucks. Oh, thanks, no, way way overpriced. And and really not that good. But I don't know that is that really is an interesting story. So I wanted to talk about something in this portion of the show, which has I know has been done a lot. I'm sure Leland is talked about this back.

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"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

14:46 min | 1 year ago

"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Common sense. Leland Conway on News Radio. Eight forty W H A S. Because you got a lot of time. Joe Elliott Infor Leland, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. So we thought we were kind of on the road to solving Kentucky's pension problem, or at least taken a major step, but Kentucky's supreme court yesterday said not so fast. On a procedural problem. The court has essentially overturned that unanimously yesterday, and we are back to square one. My go-to guy on pensions has been Representative Jerry Miller he is a long time longtime experience in the financial industry. He's been watching this. And I think it's fair to say that most people who have looked at Kentucky's pension system say we have been underfunded, and we've got some we've got some major problems. So I wanted to get Representative Miller on the line here and and get his reaction to what the court did yesterday. But more importantly talk about what we do next. And he is on our line to talk about this this morning. Representative Miller always appreciate catching up with you. Thanks very much for giving us some time this morning. So what were your what was your reaction yesterday? When you saw the unanimous decision by the Kentucky supreme court. Well, Joe I will say this in I I'll thanks for having me on is the theme song for Leland Conway about it all going to hell on your dime. Rings true. When I heard that. It's what we're what we're dealing with is. We're still on the road. Right. We got a major bump on the road to Saban this issue, but we're going to have to back up a little bit and start over. I it's not a law. You're not going to comment on the supreme court. But. But we've got a big problem and we've got to solve it. Well, I mean, very, frankly, I think that's where we really need to go because we can cry or spilt milk all day. But look the court has done what they have done and the clock is still ticking. Here brother, we got. We have a problem that he's only going to get worse every day and responsible people grownups in the room. We're going to have to find a way to fix it. Well, it's funny. You should say that that grownups in rogue? Yeah. It reminds me of going over to my daughter's house and seeing my granddaughter's room, and realizing that she's not responsible enough to clean up her own room. So somebody's gotta do it for. And that's what we're facing right here is the people that that got us in the mess are perpetuating it. They're celebrating the fact that that they throw a roadblock, but. It's just one of those things you've got to overcome in life. It's interesting. I in terms of one of our members said that a teacher told them. In November that yeah, we we remembered in November. But we remembered created a mess and who's been trying to fix it. And that's why the that had no impact on the election. Virtually no impact there might have been one or two races. But by nothing zero zip NADA. Well, as one of things I talked about a little earlier this morning is they really did not have the impact. Now having said that I mean, I know there were some nervous legislatures about that. Because I mean, the the backlash was so strong, but it really didn't materialize on election day. Do you anticipate because of that is are we going to take stronger steps more decisive steps to try to solve this pension problem? The next time around. Well, good question. I obviously it is the burning question today. I mean, we have options of we could we could just go back and pass one fifty one the Kentucky associated with school. Superintendents had had a proposal back during the session that it was pretty good. I mean, we go back and look at parts of that to bring forward could go back to Senate Bill one which was really what was the intended goal. And then when it when it couldn't pass the Senate because the Senate didn't think the house would pass it that how come we wound up doing the new for that has been used in Kentucky. Legislators legislators for sixty years. So that's why why we did that. But it's an option. We may go back this be one equity. There are some people in my caucus wanna go all the way back to the governor's proposal of Faulk Tober seventeen. But. But. It's too early to tell. Something you can't fix this with just funding. So let's let's let's lay some some building blocks here because there are people. I had somebody asked me yesterday. He doesn't he doesn't have a state job doesn't have a state pension. He says why should I really care about this? You should care about it. Because we're going to have less and less money to do other things, right because more and more. This money is going to go to pay off the obligation which we have signed with all of these folks who have pensions coming to them. They sign a contract with the state, and we are obligated to pay that off. But because that that shares going to get bigger and bigger it's going to give us less and lex flexibile flexibility to to meet the other obligations that we have to pay. Absolutely. I it's it's ironic that you look at we had a tax reform Bill that we through cigarette taxes and other things we wound up generating about three hundred and eighty million dollars last session in the current biennium to address education and pensions and not a single House Democrat, not one voted for it. So they're clearly they made the mess. They're not responsible enough to clean it up. And and the adults in the room. We're going to have to do it. So tell me how bad the problem is. Can you put this into sort of shirt's sleeve English for people who don't really have a sense of this? If we do nothing what happens how how bad is this and how urgent is it. How important is it that we we solve this crisis yesterday? Well, we have forty three billion dollars with a B, which is in unfunded, pension liability. That's close to ten thousand dollars for every man woman and child of Kentucky, and like any debt if if you've got you've got to service the debt, and if it's a growing debt, it's gonna take more and more more of your of your revenues, which means less and less and less for classroom education for medica-, medical care, Medicaid, less up for everything else. Government does. Now reineck thing about this. Joe I and I know the supreme court says, oh, this only applies to this Bill and not anything else. But there's some huge implications. Here we passed before I got in the house in twenty twelve a mess Bill and then in two thousand fifteen I was there we passed a heroin Bill their people sitting in jail now due to those two bills, and they will pass using the same process, and I suspect there are some plaintiff's attorneys out there that are licking their chops on this deal because they can look at that and say, well if that was unconstitutional. Did you use the same process and? Beyond that, there's a. This has thirty million their house Bill three sixty two with another Bill that was what we refer to as we gutted one Bill replaced the language, and it was to soften the blow with the pension cost on cities counties and school systems as a result of the problems, we're facing, and this means thirty million dollars, the Louisville metro annually twelve million JC PS and so. Effectively three sixty two is null and void as well. I I think we all can we will consider three sixty two null and void. So we're going to have to deal with that issue again. Wow. You look at the at the ripple effects of all this. And. It does it does make me crazy. I have to say, and I said this a little earlier that you know, we check bills we we've done this on the federal government for years. I mean, you won't recognize the the original intent of the Bill by the time it passes. And I mean, I get that. That's just the way that's the way it goes. I'd like to see more transparency. But I mean, that's kind of out of my above my pay. Let me let me address that. Please L fell one fifty one was two hundred and ninety one pages and they're complaining. Oh, we didn't get a chance to read the Bill. Well, two hundred ninety two hundred eighty nine of the two hundred ninety one pages the same as Senate Bill one which was introduced weeks before. And if they're not going to read it when they have weeks, I understand. Ludicrous. I did we why did we essentially attach it to or use a water treatment Bill to get the thing passed? Well, it was it was you could've used any Bill leadership. Just chose that Bill because it was sponsored by my friend. Senator Joe Bowen who is head of the for the last five six years has been the main driver of pension reform. And I think they wanted his wanted his name on it. And. So it was kind of an accident that that that Bill happened to be a wastewater Bill because it was the only Bill the house had with Boeing's name on it. That was we were able to use. So again, it was a decision of leadership, and we can second guess, but nonetheless, understand okay? Things here. And I will let you go. You've been generous with your time. And I appreciate it. What about the folks Andy Bashir in some others who say you guys are this is either the sky is not falling. We have put steps into place if we just stick with the plan. We're going to be fine. Well, the plan. What's the implication of that is or the basis for a statement? Like that is if you you just find funding just find funding, and you can't fix this problem with just funding is study after study shows that in in terms of the teachers pension only fifteen percent of the unfunded liability of almost twenty billion dollars of the teachers pension plan is related to under-funding about state. And so. While you say, yeah, we can fund it. But underfunding hasn't been the problem. It's a structural issue. And we have to fix the structure of the retirement systems. Really? It's it. It is a math issue is not. I mean, we're going to be obligated more and more people as time goes on. And and those costs are just going to continue to go up. So I mean, we we simply have to address that. It's really not a it's not a right or left issue. It's really more of a math issue. Isn't it? The funniest and say that I I had a math teacher one time. That said mathematics is a cruel cold thing said, it's when compounding is can work against share or can work for you. And if you don't manage your business, well, it's gonna work against you. Because when you dig that whole it starts getting deeper, and this gets the every day, no matter how much we turn up the music and pretend that it's that it's okay or that it's going to be okay. I mean, the the numbers are relentless here. They just they don't lie. So so I guess the jackpot question here is I'm going to ask you a question that obviously, you can't know the answer to right now. But where do we go next? We're we're we're going back into session next month. What happens next? I know. There's a lot of people with a lot of different a lot of different ideas, as you just mentioned in terms of where we go. Are we going to get a sort of a unified front and get and get something done here in this legislative session? Well, that's what's being discussed now. And. I'm not in all the conversations. But again, it's it's what do we do? Is we go back to one fifty one week go a little bit further back to Senate Bill one? Do we do we adopt the superintendent Bill for the teachers which had good elements in it? But but wouldn't like it any better than they liked it? And then like. One fifty one or do you do something else? And so that's that's what's going on. Because whatever we do. We're gonna have to keep in mind that this house Bill three sixty two that softens the blow on cities counties and school boards is affected. Is affected because it was passed in the same session after. The pension. Dell was passed. So. I don't see how anyone including the supreme court's could say it doesn't affect that. Bill. Just thinking about this. I mean, if you're a resident of Jefferson County, I mean, obviously, we this is a state issue. But if you're a resident of Jefferson County with the with the issues we've had. Yeah. Then it becomes it's it's double double imperative that we get something. We we get something done here at C. It's a thirty billion dollar issue for for Louisville metro twelve million dollars for J CPS, you think of the hundreds and thousands of people sitting in jails because of heroin Bill of twenty fifteen the mess Bill of twenty twelve right? Think of if if UK professor got six hundred thousand dollars because he lost his job. What are these people that are sitting in jail gonna get if an innovative lawyer comes along and shoes on their behalf? It's they've opened Pandora's box. That's the that's kind of where we are right now in the lawyers can deal with that. But I've gotta deal with pensions. And that's what I'm focusing on. Well, I think that's the I think that's the key question. Here is what do we do next?.

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"SIM, Leland Conway, I was tardy. Dave. Live at Dave. You've got your exercise. How far did you run? Far enough. Newsradio eight forty w h s we have breaking news. Actually, I was one of the things that was distracting me. Mitch McConnell has made a major shift and has announced that the Senate will vote on the criminal Justice reform Bill. So what more on that coming up this hour, also which which holiday is more important to spend more money on Christmas or your anniversary? But right now. She is absolutely adorable. She one America's got talent. Her name is Darcy Lynn farmer, and she's got a special out. I believe it's on NBC tonight. You'll hear this and much much more Darcy land. How are you? I'm great. Okay. So you wanna America's got talent? And you're a ventriloquist how in the world. Did you get into that? As I a hobby. And now now, you know, you're a big star going all go all across the country. How did you get into this? Well, I met a girl who given quiz them and. Wanted to try. I was in awe, and I really wanted to try it. And so I taught myself how to do it. And then ask when are there? That's awesome. And I was watching a little bit of of of you perform last night. And I came across this one the character that you have here is Katie the yodeling cowgirl, I'm gonna play a little bit of this for the listeners. And so that they can hear a little bit of how you do this. I mean, pull it up. Hold on. Just a second my computer's not cooperating with me at the moment. First of all, Kate, Katie the yodeling cowgirl. How did you come up with that character? Well, my very first share and. I I guess. No, I I knew I should yodel. I knew I could yodel I wanna cows relaxing yoga. And so I just kind of created a calendar about. Really? I love it. Here's a little bit of that..

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09:54 min | 1 year ago

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"Common sense. Leland Conway on NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S. Because you got a lot of time. Matt. We are back NewsRadio eight forty W H A S, Toni Monetti Dwight Whitney, Dave Jennings, all filled in for Leland Conway takes three of us. You just carry the water of Leland Conway rows. Right. Let's not break. It. As we get through to eleven thirty. Eleven thirty today will turn it over to Kentucky basketball, they play Winthrop. And then Louisville basketball follows that. Right. Wait is it that the guy's name at four hours with no not forty eight hours. Winthrop winthrop. I was trying to get the scene loaded up and it cut right before that part. That's the part that I wanted careful when you pull that stuff kidding. All right. We are rolling on through talking about obviously tomorrow thanksgiving. You have heard the CDC has issued. Now, a warning they tell you pull all of your Romain lettuce. Oh, wait, no worries for Dwight no worries for me. But so this just explain something on social media last night. And everybody was saying who cares about lettuce anyway and lettuce. Unlike the hell's going on romaine is the nicer type of instead of the iceberg lettuce romaine kind of took over a couple of years ago. And that's what everybody uses in their mic salads for thanksgiving. So the joke is but the CDs saying, hey, it's, you know, it's not like well, donate the romaine in Wisconsin. And Washington they're saying nationwide throw away all of your Romain lettuce. And this was after the raw Turkey incident from last week. Yes. So happy. Thanks. Giving don't eat Turkey and Orlando s but who eats? I mean, I will do I will get a little side, Sal. Iran. No, no, no, I like salads, basically everything on my plate is like pale or yellow like macaroni and cheese rayvey, stuffing gravy. I mean, there's really really is it called or stuffing just because they put orange juice in it. Noah's voice tres in it, man. Stuffing? Oh, yeah. Sure. Oh, yes. So what wins out the oysters of the trip to fan? Oh, yeah. You get tired yellow busy way for you fall asleep during the busy. I've done that before. And let me tell you the next morning nothing more flattering. Hey, what are you? So mad about. How come you're not talking to me? It was on twenty first birthday. I. I mentioned this last night, and I stopped. This is where I know we don't need to go any further in this story. This is not six PM. This is in the morning. All right. So we're not going to finish the story where you fell asleep having sex with some woman actually said that what I just alluded to all right last two nights ago. I got this on the internet. Dave, guess is. There's a new NCWA record set for the lowest points scored and a half you, and I sat and many games at big east watch big east games and going. Oh my God. This is terrible or back when Louisville place Saint Louis. Oh, my sorry. Is it fourteen to ten right now? What is the double record set by eastern Michigan when they played Rutgers the other night for the lowest points scored in a half, take a guess total or just for the one team total though for for eastern Michigan eight four, oh they scored four points in the three of us could have accidentally got in four points against right bounced it like bounce down. Court shots two of them. Maybe six I guarantee you doing a half of basketball one of the opposing teams would have been with a fast chess passes. I would've accidentally accidentally gotten away. It would hit me in the head. And it'd go. Tulsa, Oklahoma is offering remote workers. Do you know what a remote worker is someone? That's not onsite remote worker is somebody works from home or works at a coffee shop or anywhere. That's not a regular office. Like anyone? So we're remote workers is this not a regular office. Well, I have an office you so you're not regular. Your irregular affairs. Anything about it. I'm working on. But would you move? The salads would care apparently Tulsa is so awful. They're awful is they're offering ten thousand dollars to move to Tulsa. Wow, you get twenty five hundred dollars in moving expenses and five hundred dollars a month. And then a fifteen hundred dollar bonus at the end of the twelve months, so they make you search like a survivors bonus. So you're right. If you make it a year, you get the full ten thousand dollars just for a living in Tulsa, just a move to toll. So they want they claim there an ideal city for people like that are quote, unquote, remote workers, and that they cost of living is perfect. And they added in we have an array of museums. There has to be a cap on this. The free stuff crowd will go to tells Liz spend a year there and bolt will there has to be a cap like twenty people mobile with you go what if there's a mass exodus to Oklahoma? Well, here's the other side. Well, the way the stock market's going that could happen. What if what if tosa would've Tulsa gets no one, let's say we even offered people ten thousand dollars fallen asleep during being insulted episode. Part. That's an episode of parks and rec, right? We offered ten thousand dollars to move here. Wait for the fly there at the Novi coming standing there blinking. There's no one coming in Dayton and Akron are going. Tomorrow is is a lot of fun day. What are your plans for thanksgiving? What are you? What are your your parents are in Florida? Are they coming up? Now, they'll come up for Christmas. Okay. So Becky gets up early. Gets the Turkey going. I wake up when I started smelling it, right? The the parade is on the TV and the grandkids are coming over. So we're we're staying in. Okay. We're cooking and entertaining and date or a Dwight you live near your sister right across from the field. Right. Isn't it? Yeah. But they go to North Carolina every year. Oh, good for you. I mean, no terrible terrible. My favorite thing about thanksgiving is all of the family together extended at all just crowded in the kitchen together, laughing, and you can actually accidentally brush up that hot sister-in-law when you're squeezing by the coast law has tagged me to what why it sits is a relative. It's okay. Yes. Cousin? That is your favorite thing about thanksgiving. Yeah. That in the food. The food is good least favorite thing is when that creepy uncle comes up and accidentally brushes. He does the same move. You're trying to do describing you. I think I'm a Turkey. I I used to be a Turkey guy. Mashed potatoes gravy. Tons of that little bit of Turkey little bit stuffing dark meat. It's all about the match. Well, I don't wanna do it. Because when I would never eat white meat again. So I've just been doing the white me. Someone told me that one thanksgiving. Go dark, you let me tell you. That's all I want. I want I want the dark meat man in. It's juicier. In the leg and underneath portion. Right. Is that where you go for the dark meat when the turkeys a little dry dock meets can down in the juices. I used to eat like a you'd go to the amusement park. And they have a Turkey leg for sale, and you go boy, I wanna eat healthy. I'm going to grab that Turkey legs. Gotta be healthy low, carb locale. No, no. If you look at the stats of a Turkey leg fifteen hundred calories. Oh, yeah. Fifteen or Kelly's the salt content alone. Should it could kill several children you're selling Dwight on it. Oh, no. No. This is just dripping down my shirt, but let's be honest. There is nothing like sweet potatoes. Oh with Brown sugar and butter for voiced your stuffing. No, no, you would much the calorie content and your butter sweet potato sweet potato by themselves as a healthier option than a regular potato Yam or non about. But when you put when you put cinnamon and butter on your sweet potatoes is not exactly health, then then it tastes good. It really is delicious. My grandmother used to take the Turkey faces. And and you're making this law that is a law. We'd have Turkey faces. That's because nobody in the town used the Turkey faces. They would just go to you on a Saint Olaf. They would just throw them away. I couldn't believe it. You couldn't eat it. Without the Triscuit though, you got put it on Triscuit because that brings out the flavor of the face. Oh. I missed grandma. Do you make a wish if you get the beak? You got pull of face apart. Whoever gets the ride is going to have warm weather all year when I think we've reached the bottom true. You've never had Turkey faces when I think we've reached the bottom still you found a new love the only ten fourteenth only ten for an hour and fifteen minutes left back after this. Tony Dave Dwight on NewsRadio eight forty W H S.

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05:30 min | 2 years ago

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"A big sponsorship would be great. It'd be because we help animals all over Kentucky and in Indiana in disasters. And it's just a really good place. I think I mean in in to see what we're trying to put together it's going to be like a complex, and we do have the first three hundred thousand dollar donation, and then I do wanna starting next year for ten for five years. Eclipse Bank is done a fifty thousand dollar pledge. Oh, cool. I mean, we're we're just coming along. So yeah, that's awesome. I have to tell you something. I can't disappoint a nine year old girl got a phone call or an Email woman met me at the office. My daughter wants to meet you my daughter wants to meet you heard it on the Leland Conway show about the earth fund. And this Don year old child did a bake sale raised two hundred dollars, and it's because of you, and she came they drove in from Lexington. And I met her in so Eva, you're an amazing child in Lenny's Fant Tiffin tastic mother teaching. So I mean, obviously, it's because of great parents who have child with a great heart. That's what that's about. We we need more compassion out there in teaching children about this type of thing. So you guys obviously take in animals that have been severely abused. And you have we've got several victory stories. I know le- Leland the dog was actually a great victory story. What's happening right now. Several in the hospital. I'll tell you about one one one this dog he looked like seriously everyone thought it was a bear a bear cub in the middle of the road. It was he was in horrendous shape, and we named him Balu after the jungle Andaluz seriously when someone got to him he he collapsed, and he L show you the picture in a minute. He was almost delay. You know when we got him. Yeah. And he looked dead. Mange every single thing you can imagine and Balu still looks a little rough because of the major sarcastic. But he is standing he is walking. He is wagging. His tail was sixty two pounds with a body skill of too. So you can imagine how thin he is. He's a new Newfoundland. So. He's got a lot to grow. He may be stunted from the lack of nutritious left him in the road. He had not been cared for for ever. He was mad at feces urine as bad as you can get seriously his eyes were fixed. He was checking out his spirit was broken and day by day. We're seeing light. I mean, he gets excited. He played with a toy. It's just magical magical, and I love what you do. Well, we love what we do to in a in a very I feel like I feel like God created animals to be man's companion. And so there's just something wells up inside of me when I hear about people that are cruel or bad to them because they're they are there. There's a special connection. I love all animals, but there is a special connection between canine. Yeah. And homo sapiens. There is a special connection. And I think it's it's because we've been breeding them to be our companion for so long. And they depend on us. I think there. Yeah. I feel the same way. I mean, they. And many of them are just pure love. And I think many of them are old souls. You know, you can just tell ROY told my wife the other day. I was like I think God created dogs to remind us of unconditional love that whole concept. I would agree with that. When I come home at night. It doesn't matter. How much I've generated a lot of hate mail at? I hate Leila. Dot com. My dogs think it's the greatest thing in the world. When I walk into just love that it is amazing in it. And we have the capacity to help so many. And I might add we don't we don't being a nonprofit. We don't talk about Canada candidates. But the time to vote is now in your show goes all over please check to to the people standing where they stand on animal views, I cannot stress this enough because in these role counties some of them not all of them because I'm not gonna talk, you know, I'm not talking about one individual. But some of these people that are in office. Now, some are the reason why we can't move any further on lost protect animals and animal laws and children's law children in the homes of these animals being abused. And that is one hundred percent with you do something like that to an animal, you'll do it to human being gotta run real quick. How can people donate to you? Well, follow us on face. Facebook the arrow fan Goto the arrow fan dot org. We have to events tomorrow. The at the blind squirrel and at garden gate and just a thanks to all for supporting us in considering us. Awesome. Thank you. Good to see you Rebecca Gracie next time. All right, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. We continue. I've.

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02:55 min | 2 years ago

"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"On NewsRadio eight forty w wage a s. Common sense. Leland Conway on NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S. Because you got a lot of time. Yeah. So the. The latest accusation against Brett Cavin is the fact that he apparently through ice on somebody at a bar fight in like nineteen eighty five. Yeah. There we go. That's his new theme song whenever if he gets confirmed when when he walks in. Instead of here come the judge it should just be ice ice. Baby. Wasn't he getting rid of ice though? What the Democrats want say? And get rid of the is he was abolishing ice one night. You're CNN yesterday. Miss that show that Brett cavenaugh through ice in someone's face during a bar fight when he was in college. Do you feel that that is in any way disqualifying for someone that's into the supreme court? I love CNN. I they're just cute now. Bless their hearts. They're just cute. Now, it's it's a door. Do you feel like this any way? Did of course, he's talking to the Hawaiian Senator. I can't what's her name Donohoe know what what is her name? That's the guy who played the ukulele, right? What's what's the owner? Oh, okay. Look it up. Okay. Anyway, he's talking to her. And of course, she's basically taken the position she's been kind of the face of the opposition here. Besides Feinstein where she's kind of taken the position that he's guilty. No matter what doesn't matter. It's over. Okay. So so so CNN is asking do you think throwing? I mean, you think about this. Are there any things you did when you were Ono Harouna? Okay. Did it are there any things you did in college or high school that you have people knew it now, and they actually held it against you thirty some odd years later. You know what I mean? I can't think of anything actually your hand. If you oh my God. I mean, look, I've already told this story. So there was the time. We duct tape the guy to the butt end of a horse statue. Okay, Emilio that probably that probably would disqualify me from serving on the supreme court. I think maybe. Anyway, so CNN let me just start this over again because CNN that show that Brett cavenaugh through ice in someone's face during a bar fight when he was in college. Do you feel that that is in any way disqualifying for someone to sit in the supreme court? No. This is why we need an investigation because there are a lot of allegations. And the reports really are about.

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05:33 min | 2 years ago

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"I mean Leland Leland. Totally right on this one. So you're already voted for Leland William. Got anything. No. I mean, I just the whole cavenaugh. They find sign all the congress just need to die. But I mean, that's just me. Mitch's domination. What have you got with. Well, mine comes to me an fortunately. It's one of those unnamed type situations. I can't name the perpetrator or perpetrators actually, but but it's a setup of the situation that really, Chris is the Sallee Asst thing you can do as human beings. So horri- happened, right? North Carolina gets ransacked flooded all that good stuff. So bunch of people were activated national guard and pulled from their homes and went to help out with people. While the story comes to light. When one comes home, Lewis Ocampo gets back home. He's a, he's a military medic from helping out other people that have been, you know, victimized by this this storm, and he gets home around Charlotte, and he lives in Charlotte and is house had been robbed, ransacked and robbed. So what I really got out of it and I started thinking about is it's it's the looters. It's these. Assholes that take advantage at people when they're at their worst lowest and most vulnerable the like that's when you were at your scummy us when you take advantage of people that have no way of taking care of themselves at that point. Like they can't take care of their pocket. They're already under stress and then you're like, you know what? And it's not there stealing lifesaving subsidies. They're not like I'm gonna go rob for bread. I'm gonna go rob for water milk. I'm gonna go, see if this guy in his house has diapers from. No, it's like literally. Okay. I need that TV frigging power. Like you're not leaving me, you're not just dealing your. There's such a difference to me between still in in this moment, taking advantage of people at their weakest. I don't know. I just I don't know why it made me irate irritated. I was just rigging so frustrated by this whole concept of I'm just gonna take everything. You know what? It always happens to the people hasn't. They're trying to help. And you know, of course, when it comes to military service, especially if you're going to national guard, you have no choice. It's not like you can say, I'm calling in sick, you know, but it's just it's just such a dick move, and it's just to me it find it to be the as scummy as thing you can do. I don't know why I just people are people are out doing something, you know, self sacrifice and doing something for other people and making themselves vulnerable. And then these, these, these free thin. You know, breaking dick ads, take advantage of it. Well, you know, I think in history, the first thing like recorded as in looting was Rome. You know when. Empires would fall or especially when Rome was under scenes. The the first time I believe he was four, twenty AD the the common people. You know, the poor people of Rome took advantage and looted all the rich people. I mean their own people. I mean, they're under siege, and they're eventually all gotta die anyway. But they go ahead and steal from all the rich. They take all the riches. So I think that's the first recording history. I don't think they did it in Egypt during, you know, the pyramid times. They were just slaughtered, may start it all over again. But yeah, I mean, looting is technically it's not new. No, I wasn't interested at this moment. I was like, I don't know if I know we've caught out looters before, but just straight up like, hey, scumbags that these salaries possible thing in the world. I'm gonna. I'm gonna try. I'm gonna drink Tom that well. Jern what you got going at your britches. Swollen going to say Durham university's philosophy journal. So a student enter that, you know, Durham university has been fired, or I trans phobic comments after he tweeted that women don't have penises. So Angelos I'm not going to try and pronounce his last name but Angelo's with with sacked from his post. Just three days afterwards, running a tweet gamed transphobic fellow students. Now why Angeles from Cyprus, and he faced disciplinary action last month. After all, he really did. It was re tweeted an article by the spectre on his Twitter, you know, titled, but reach week, is it a crime to say that women don't have penises?.

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08:16 min | 2 years ago

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"S. NewsRadio eight forty w h Leland Conway you want to pay Ten cents for your plastic bag you know what. I, do with the paper bags at the whole foods stores I, we use those trash bags and then the. Plastic bags Kroger we use them as trash bags to you, got. Two different uses right I don't. Like I've got a main trash. Can in the kitchen but a lot of times when I'm cooking stuff that, has to go in there right away and I don't wanna put, the food in there because then. It smells up the main. Trash cans so, I, use those. Paper bags I just set them on the counter and. When. I'm throwing stuff in there I thought Ellen there and, then. The plastic bags used the line the trash cans in the bathroom we do the same. Thing lots of pasta Halloween the litterbox they have those heavy duty paper bags. With, the handles yeah those go next to the garbage caring for, additional space right so we already recycle everything. We're greener than you are Tyner. Greener George wants to talk about plastic bags go George Yeah the worst. Plastic. Bags on the planet I think the, Hilo bags Double bagged up not made it to the house with them and I think, it's interesting that as conscious as the. City. Is, a recycling, and everything. They won't take plastic bags that now okay now see now that's interesting 'cause you, knew. You would think. That, we would want to get rid of. Them right get them out You want to get rid of plastic bags you got a. Bundle them up and take him back. To your grocery store I love paper I send stuff to France. Books wrap them and I wrap them in the, paper I turned you know the, advertising inside out they're wonderful you can cut you, can cut them out and make wrapping paper. For presents, and stuff with the paper bags here's the thing, on those Kroger bags the yellow thing. Is not when they made them like, really bad they actually just about three or, four months ago my wife and I noticed this they. Changed their bag to a much thinner bag and it's like we. Have to double bag you know we have. To double bag even lightweight stuff now but those yellow ones they came, along I don't know why, they did that, but everybody's freaking out about the yellow bags. But they actually made them more thin prior to that so they've Krogers had problem with, these plastic bags for a while the. Paper. Bags, are gonna end up. Better I think we say the WalMart bags because they were superior WalMart store went? Out. Of business now We're up. Against D. charges a nickel. For their plans do they really well that's shopping bags you have to pay for your shopping? Cart at, all these two I think don't you don't you had to put? A, quarter in yeah but you? Get, it back yeah you. Get, it back well here's the thing on paying. For, your bag I I'm not, gonna do it but Somebody told me there was where did, that Email. Go somebody told me it was a natural grocer here in town that does like a ten cent donation to our, I'm sorry gives you ten cents back if you bring your own bags. And now that I might add Adam okay what, is, it 'cause I may not want to use a reasonable bag but if. I want to bring them myself that's. Fine but I think whole foods does they do a? Nickel for, every bag you reuse or every bag you don't use and they? Will, put that nickel towards some? Charity, or something every bag. You, don't use all by one thing and say. Hey, I didn't use a thousand, bags Give me five hundred five hundred I was going to put all I. Was going to put each item in a separate, bag, and I didn't so gimme all Give me all? The. Nickel, he's gonna use two thousand bags. You're so green I just don't like it when they put pressure on you do you need, a bag, for this, yeah no I don't want to. Walk around I don't want to across the parking lot carrying free bags of three, jars of, peanut butter like really of course. I need a bag for it they had I bought some meat one times like three or, four pieces of meat you know The girl goes. You wanna bag for this no. I want to. Carry these meat products out of the building in each of, my forehands well the grainy Greenies need? To. See, your occur liquor stores because you. Buy two bottles of wine bottle of wine in a paper bag right and then those two, paper bags, in another, paper bag right like the very. Thin paper bag that the wine is in will keep them from crashing together and. Breaking right You? Know what I want three bags for two bottles of, wine? Mister package should've asked the robber if he wanted a bag to take your stuff in feels a cheese grater We've got the word all in a buck installed bottle of What got me the most was Musab Masan stale sound I want to get that guy on this show yeah He could be our new truce, accord we're going to talk about this more on Monday but let me give you the gist of it because I think this deserves more of a deep dive and I, think we should take calls on this when we do but MSG is racking up environmental violations as our infrastructure is crumbling WD via the. Story metro council pantley rejected a four billion dollar. Upgrade MS says they're using band-aid approach but the question that was asked By metro? Council, was what did you do. With the money that. You had, actually it was councilwoman Jessica green that asks the question she? Said what are you doing with the resources that you. Hardy had I'm not sufficiently impressed. With what has occurred right now Well I don't, know we can talk about who to point the finger at in this but the WWE story, pointed out that there was a map that showed little yellow. Dots on it there were eleven hundred little yellow dots in all. Of these dots were a sewer. Collapse and they just recently sent a camera down into one, of, the sewer, tubes underneath the city and they found that stuff was protruding through the wooden pipe these pipes have been in there since prior to the civil? War, so the question becomes metro. Council now they're just. Afraid of, a four billion dollar upgrade because well my God that means? All of this chicken comes home to roost at once And we have to pay the piper. Unfortunately, because of failed. Leadership in the city I mean we have a mayor mayor MC, bike lane who has been so did you hear him talking about the music show or whatever he. Was like and everyone will be able to dance along as they stand and listen to, the music right it's like he's he's been so focused on bike lanes and other stupid flittering. Stuff that this is all happened and it's like wow how. Do we how are we a major city that like is the. Mayor's always out there bragging about. Oh we're really first century you know we're head of everybody, and, all that, kind of stuff but our sewer was built before the civil war And it never occurred to anybody along the way to maybe upgrade the pipes, as, we go how about, all of, the increases that we've had in our rates taking some, of that each year and gradually improved thing right The idea was that you super Dave that suggested or was it a listener. That. Suggested that we take we put a surcharge on the on the. Deal right like okay it's like okay this is a I don't know one percent surcharge on your MSG. And this is this is the final. Solution okay and everybody accepts the one percent surcharge on, their on their Bill. And that goes into a pot that is reserved specifically for upgrades and, nothing else and everybody pays it it's I'm just throwing out one percent I don't know what number we would need to be but probably it. Doesn't it doesn't need to be twenty. Percent like MSG was. Proposing but you you. Put a little surcharge on there and it's and it's earmarked and written and codified into law that they can't take it from anywhere else they can't use it. For anything else they can't reallocate. It it, has to be, it has to go to this thing and redo the infrastructure and do it like basically just. Start tearing it down and put it back up because I don't I don't know what you do I mean there's eleven hundred Cave-ins are you freaking. Kidding me this was embarrassing we had a guy that called I said, he's in and he had a sewer cave in his backyard MSG came out and said if your problem that's not our problem that your deal. How does that how do they get. Away with that you. Know it's ridiculous competition. So anyway we'll talk more about this on Monday real or fake coming up everybody's favorite radio game show can you spot the fake news next NewsRadio eight forty. W. h. a. s. NewsRadio eight. Forty w., h. a. yes.

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"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"leland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Oakland w h a s newsradio eight forty w h a s i n leland conway let's set this up easy peasy right raising kids boys or girls which is easier i've got a twitter poll on well twitter that would be where you use twitter pulse tried put it is that where you put your twitter poll pretty much every time gotta you a solid record of having your twitter polls on twitter let's go check the let's check the results here of the title i've never talked to anyone when this subject comes up that said you know what girls are so much easier and i love paying for weddings yeah that's true well this would be my reaction even though my wife and i don't have kids that you know of well i don't i don't that i know of right she would know boys sixty six percent say yes easier to raise fifteen percent just fifteen percent say girls are easier okay i'm kind of frightened by the other one's nineteen percent say both the same equal okay equally hard to it was like seventeen genders now so i was kinda concerned about this poll says that this is okay no i think what was it z z zurve are harder to raise the scene definitely z's no no no a nightmare sis boys oh forget it you know what assists boy is right i don't think i'd wanna know no this boy is a boy who sees himself as a boy this gender you and i are sis gender way because we see ourselves as we are yes that's they've got a name for us to well don't call me assist then call freaking honest didn't call you a sissy i said you were a sys boy that you are a man who had densify is as mail i'm just a male are you sure that's how you felt when you woke up this morning pretty much okay all right almost every day making sure so here's my question to you because i don't have kids and i'm going to open up the phone lines for the rest of the hour five seven one eight four eight four five seven one eight four eight four.

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"leland" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"leland" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"To wrapping tanks in less right so i go from summit dallas pull the hamstring go back to grad school at uva finished my masters about to finish my masters in this they have a career fair in charlottesville and this woman behind the nasa booth she comes out they miss rosa rosa webster's he says hey what's your name leland melvin i've been looking for you come here am i what what do you mean you're going to work at nasa no i'm not 'cause dupont and our paying way more than the government of house going to get paid right and and she said well into the career fairs over helped me take these books and these pamphlets and things out to my car so i walk out with her she says just come down the nasa langley and and check it out so i go down the next week or something and i am basically interviewed by these people and she says you know just just give it open up your mind just think about it so the next week i have a job offer from nasa am i wow okay well and she says oh you can get your phd here too if you want to we'll send you back to school to get your while you're working and we'll pay for it right really wow okay and it was a beautiful campus collegiate people just walk around like thinking about things you know we're hidden figures where katherine johnson from the movie hidden figures i it was and i met her and we were in this organization together it was just this organic beautiful research and just a cool place until i took the job and i started working and i went back from a phd at university of maryland and something you just was not right it wasn't time for me to get that i just didn't feel like i should be there at that time and so i had about a year of of of classes and stuff and i came back to langley and i got this fiber optic sensor management position to to do this thing with this rely reasonable entrepreneurial so that got me exposure to the folks down a jc when john young came up to see the work in the you know they were hiring astronauts again and it just the timing worked perfectly it seems so weird.

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