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"lesage" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

05:06 min | 2 months ago

"lesage" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

"The this idea of okay. There's twenty eighty hours of the year. We know were far less busy in the wintertime. So therefore we're going to not have have you coming in as many hours but we're gonna front-load those hours during the production season so yeah at the end of the year. You're actually getting paid for full-time. But you're going to be working like a dog. You know during harvest and production season. Because you're going to be working sixty seventy hours a week while understanding that you're gonna make a whole lot more money during that period then you will like in december in january when you're maybe working twenty hours a week you get to decide how you're going to run. That is that is that part timer gonna be on average. You're going to be part time on average over those four months you're going to get x. Number of hours. But i expect you to be working fulltime. You know five. Six seven days a week during harvest for ten or twelve hours a day. You better be damn up front with them about that and low shore and the things you need to consider there are. Yeah i may be paying you less. During let's say july and june you may only beginning twenty hours a week. And i'm paying whatever the base rate is i'm gonna pay you fifteen bucks an hour but what are your state and federal requirements for overtime pay right rights just balances out to a forty hour a week job. Over the course of the year overtimes overtime. It's measured weekly so measured annually. Yes so in that pay period. Did they go over time and if they did. What is the minimum regulated overtime rate. And you have to figure that into your your calculations if you're paying an hourly wage. There's a way around that comes. I'm all about the loopholes dark web version of this podcast. Lesage's allow. I can say this out loud. It's called contractor Yes if you if you hire an individual as a part time employees right now. You're doing things like even if they are part time you're doing things. Like social security withholding. This is again. The united states You've got worker's comp insurance that you have to cover there's those business aspects but frankly that's not that of a deal so don't let that be a barrier. Don't be freaked out by needing to do that. It's not at all difficult and we talk about that later. Heck become a member of the discord and bring it up there. We're happy to talk about it if you're going to go with a contract. Labor contract labor is like saying okay. How much will it cost me to you. Do this work between. Let's say april and september and this is everything that needs to be done. And i paying you as a contractor now as a contractor you cover your own insurance you.

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"lesage" Discussed on The J.R. Hoeft Show

The J.R. Hoeft Show

02:47 min | 3 months ago

"lesage" Discussed on The J.R. Hoeft Show

"Didn't take could be short course. I don't think it necessarily needs to last entire semester but it would provide them with the foundation of knowledge that they could go back to and they needed to answer the first part of your question. What are colleges four. There's really two functions. i think they best serve. One is teaching technical things. You want to be an engineer. A lawyer and accountant. Then you need to learn just literally how to do your job but that's the same honestly as an hvac repair or plumber or carpenter. So i thought necessarily different for a university. So thank you. university strengths. College colleges drinks are meeting new people. Frankly i would not have gotten outside of my bubble to the nearly to the degree that i did If i hadn't gone to a different state for school and i think that's necessary met different people from different neighborhoods that you would need otherwise then. Obviously i joined the army. And i met all kinds of different people but for those that. Don't join the military. And i try to emphasize that you don't have to learn these things. College does serve an important role in helping you meet new people but i think that it still leaves the gap of teaching you how to develop yourself internally and to develop these traits which are so helpful in day to day life so in the business parlance we know that a lot of companies. They have their mission statements. They have vision statements. They have core values. You know. I mean even even in the navy When i first joined the navy it was tradition integrity professionalism than it transferred to honor courage and commitment. I know the army has leadership as its acronym You know so what is unique about being a paratrooper. Why obviously that's sort of your your background your indoctrination if you will into a professional life and adult life and so you have a core association with it but one other than that honestly paratroopers. Sit at a unique place between a normal job and an exceptional or special forces type of job in the sense that there are challenged. The anyone literally any type of job in the military can embrace. But they're they don't require the type loaves wholesale dawn-to-dusk your whole life commitment that joining special forces becoming a navy. Seal those types of jobs do so a lot of the voices we hear from the military are people who did pursue the special operations careers. And i have an enormous amount of respect for them. But those careers are so different from regular life that i'm not sure that they have a lot of lesage. The being a paratrooper as the expert. You mentioned from the intro. Mentions you can be a supply clerk and become a paratrooper. You can be an admin person you can be jobs that are possibly seen as mundane by people normally but you can still chase this exceptional experience..

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"lesage" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

Chelsea Mike'd Up

07:07 min | 4 months ago

"lesage" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

"Just because of that one champions league is not. it's not it's not a that's definitely that player mentality because player. We're always thinking there's there's another mountain to climb in that so it's like someone can say all your alleged look up in your life will drag This this player did exactly death way collecting this. This is the way i see. So that's why like to judge quick to say legends. Nah this of me this. What word is being drawn around by of fans. Obviously what does mean to have the fans back for the game. Like at the end of the day i think without fence every every type of sport is like you know like not that interesting so obvious the is always good to have around the whole continent or like around the on the us around the africa or asia to have like the backing of your fans and obviously to have them back in the stadium in different stadium is a something something special in the. I think we all saw the images of the of the champions final. This is something something great sir. It's not possible it's the same atmosphere like By having no people it's not the same and so like i think we can. We can see yourself as lucky that we could have played. That champions league final in front of of many jesse supporters is interesting. You brought that up patchy tiny. Because i was going to ask you know we've spoken about it before. But what did it mean to you personally to be involved in that game to win having mistero blake fondly a couple of years before like to me first of all this is. This is the biggest game so-fi career and played such a big final end in such big occasion and obviously like That that meant a lot to me. Because i'm to two years before the ropati fighter. That couldn't play because of the because of my injury and the start of the season last year was kind of tough for me was like a was like something really new to me like because i was used to start many games and they didn't came up like this and the that so that less why this final then because the second round of the season like i think i played the best football in my career so far and saw and you want to end it with win because i didn't want it to end to end it. Just by playing the chimpanzee funded. I wanted to win this trophy and not only me we all. It does feel like there's so much leadership so much personality in this current group. Is that something you'd agree with. Yes hundred percent you. Have you ever experienced players. You have experienced and you have like young players who are humble and the very hungry which is Which makes which makes a good mix in the team. And the obviously like i think if you you've you've been around the training cabins e we are getting on very well and is just like sometimes some people from the outside on tried to in the fee has tried to make a to create their own version or something but the we we understand very good each other with each other. We are very good with each other. And i think this this something is very is very very good but this also comes mall with success. You know like at the end of the day like you are here to win the when is going good things like we have. But even i believe when things are going good we will is like you have a bunch of very good guys In the and that's what makes it more more more easier for everyone say it all the time. There's no place like the locker. Never get that brotherhood anywhere else in the world in the locker room. Which maids just joking around one hundred percent. Because you're almost every day to get that so it's like it's kind of like it's like it's like the same. You might see my family every day. I see you every day my team it so it's like it's like bonds you try. You have to try to get positive things to be to be like this. Because if he's too much negative around than if you locker room is like that than is a problem so but we really have to say after really say this. We are really like this. And and i think you can see on the pitch. I read your players tribune piece in much respect to you. I grew up in virginia. I grew up. Only black kid in a neighborhood. Did south been called inward so many times seeing that confederate flag. All over the place. Take me to your emotions when you actually sat down and said i need to write this out. I need to get this off my chest of my head taking. That was the first time the interview. I had my entire career where was really deep. really that i went deep. That went really really deep into my to my history and everything like something like normally. I always thought i would share with anyone but it got to a point. Go to a point. That i said yeah. Come on like hitting back. Why so like really. I have to say like No it was very deep. It was very deep. If i even think now about it was really deep like it was give something to people to think about not just to read and say i like like always the same stuff and everything. What you what you know like it should be a bit deeper and this is what i wanted to. I didn't want to like the people say to me like all these articles on the knoll is something to think something. Think about something doesn't matter which race you have think. think just just think and the yet like Yeah it was good. It was and it was like to be honest. Let me be real. It was like also something like that was nice. That was the nice way bubble nice. That's was the nicely like to bake. It's like read about it. Think in okay but she know we can also be deeper down. Yeah we have to when it comes to something like that you me. Lebron anyone out there we. We have to manage our emotions when it comes to that because we get too angry. Dan lesage will be lost in the exit space with that. You put it away. Put it with being real. Like lebron says past remorse. An athlete and i was into the whole fans calling you. Alleged people call him legends. Because now they're getting a chance to see tony off the pitch. what in what. It's like to really be your if someone reads that and it was like no. You're not going to be if you're making. That's are you going to tell me you're the one that's out there on the pitch you know so we talk about legacy you've been drawn was eager. Peter check is back working with with the organization. Now what you want your legacy to be outside of so ball out sort of border gotta dig was over here. I.

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"lesage" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

02:58 min | 4 months ago

"lesage" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"Okay welcome to the program. Charles moskowitz welcome aboard to vida's here drove. It's my regular guest on monday. A. m. p. m. excuse me on thursday Partners in torah to dover deny usually discuss politics as it intersects with judaism and israel dovid. What's going on today. Thank god. I had a good rosh hashanah because i've been doing liquid fast so far today. The old sam goodell a minor fast after the russia shawna. They had outdoor minion at the local young. Israel's i went to young israel for prayer services of both Both days heard the chauffeur You'll people are being pretty careful about cove. Nineteen doctors and medical professionals can. What i said You'll the good people of america manning their posts doing our jobs as the sink ships as the. You know god forbid the ship sinks so You know the local jews professionals just doing our jobs and tough to know what's going on the greater greater world and Even though know the bad things are coming. Do we as jews believe in the afterlife. Generally yes although it's not a fundamental belief so my monetize thirteen principles Belief in messiah in resurrection of the dead so so resurrection of the dead is a fundamental beliefs of judaism. That doesn't necessarily have a take on The afterlife some and it could be that. There is no afterlife. So stay we die in the soul. Or whatever in livens our body is connected with the body and then resurrects or there's a separate realm you know reincarnation transmigration the souls or heaven and hell generally most lesage's believe in afterlife and souls and But it's not a fundamental a belief of judaism agent. I ask is because of the i recently had a pretty indepth compensation with a christian friend and this guy's very religious and very devout and he is like i don't like to use the word obsessed but i would say he's very focused on the afterlife and that everything that we do now is going to lead to this kind of a utopian afterlife in heaven and You know i mean this kind of proselytizing bit there. You know you want to come to the afterlife yet to do it through. Jesus i wanna. Let's put that aside. I.

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"lesage" Discussed on History of the 90s

History of the 90s

07:48 min | 6 months ago

"lesage" Discussed on History of the 90s

"Sister. Tammy homolka on this day. The families of his murder victims were finally given a chance to share their grief and anguish with the court. Donna french kristen's mother read a prepared statement in which she tearfully described as she could still remember holding her baby daughter in her arms and kissing her head and how she ache to hold that daughter. Again leslie mom. Debbie mahaffy played a videotape for the court. It included footage of leslie with her family and a message from the mahaffy's bernardo. You thought you defeated leslie but leslie defeated you. Then leslie's little brother ryan took the stand the eleven year old look directly at bernardo. When he said his family was happy until bernardo took his sister away he began to solve and the judge said it was okay for his mom to come up with him but ryan told his mom he was okay and continued on. He said just before his sister was abducted. She was the most beautiful she had ever been and this is how he will always remember her. Also in court that day were many of the young women bernardo brutally raped during his three year reign of terror in scarborough. They filled up the first three rows of the courtroom and part of the deal worked out behind closed. Doors meant that bernardo would plead guilty. But he didn't want to hear from his victims so they were told to write out their statements and submit them to the court. They weren't allowed to address their attacker. But at the last minute justice. Patrick lesage decided to read out the statements. They told the story of young women who were afraid to go outside. Who are afraid of the dark who had attempted suicide. They felt robbed of their lives. Justice patrick lodge ended by saying to the women. Society sometimes is cruel in its treatment of rape victims making many feel guilty themselves. He said to the woman quote. Be proud of the way you have conducted yourselves. Don't let this man take away your freedom then less aaj looked at bernardo and declared you are a dangerous offender. The likelihood of you being treated is remote in the extreme. You are a sexually sadistic psychopath. The behavioral restraint you need is jail and in my view. You require it for the rest of your life. Then bernardo rose to have his say. This brought jeers from the victims sitting behind him. he was dressed in an olive suit with his hair shaved. Close at the back and the sides in a calm voice. He explained he decided to end his legal fight to put to rest the pain and suffering. Everyone was going through. He apologized to the sexual assault victims in the courtroom. And to the families of leslie and kristen he said quote. I'm really sorry for everything that happened to your daughters. I maintain my innocence on the murders. Because i did not murder them. He was then let out of the courtroom in shackles. As he went one of the rape victims yelled out rotten. Hell another said. Remember paul. we did it to you. This time we won the war in the months and years since the trial attempts have been made to erase the memory of the horrible crimes. Committed by paul bernardo and karla homeowner on december fifth nineteen ninety-five about fifty people volunteered to be part of a demo team. That tore down the house. Where leslie and kristin were murdered over. One hundred people gathered at dawn to watch the demolition including leslie. Nafis mom who told a reporter. She wanted to bring a sledgehammer and take part in the demo but wasn't allowed in two thousand one after all of bernardo's appeal options were exhausted. The videotaped evidence was incinerated as the families of the girls watched one by one. That tapes were burned along with pictures and other files from the trial. Debbie mahaffy and donna. French said they hoped their daughters could finally find some peace on july fourth. Two thousand and five carla mocha was released from prison after serving her entire twelve year sentence. She later married her lawyers brother and had three children of her own. The family moved to the french. Caribbean island of guadeloupe for a time. But in recent years. They've returned to canada to live in quebec bernardo. Meanwhile remains in solitary confinement at mill haven penitentiary in kingston ontario. His cell is three paces long and an arms with the cross he spends about twenty three hours today in the cell which is a special wing separate from the rest of the prison in two thousand and five ten years after bernardo was convicted in the murders of leslie in kristen he admitted to seventeen more sexual assaults. The majority were committed in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty six in scarborough while others occurred in the neighboring region appeal drama. Please put together a special team of officers to consider bernardo's confession in the end. They decided not to lay anymore charges because reopening the case would re victimize the women involved police in peel also didn't lay charges saying his confessions were too vague to substantiate. Even though bernardo was declared a dangerous offender after serving twenty five years. He became eligible to apply for parole in two thousand eighteen and again this year in two thousand twenty one bernardo appeared before the parole board asking to be released in both cases. He was denied after twenty. Eight years behind bars. Bernardo looks weirdly preserved with smooth skin and a full head of dark blond hair during the last hearing conducted by video conference because of covert kristen's mother donna. French read a statement with her aging husband. Doug by her side. She said that time has not healed. The pain of losing kristen. She described the pain as life sentence through her lawyer. Debbie mahaffy leslie's mom said the parole hearing felt like her daughter's body was being all over again describing the process as another violation. Paul bernardo who is now fifty six years old is eligible to apply for every two years for the rest of his life and while there's little chance he will ever be released. The process means there is also little chance that his victims their families and society as a whole will fully heal from his crimes anytime soon. Thanks for joining me over the past two episodes as we look back at one of canada's most famous criminal cases. It's a tough one to here but also very important to remember. History of the nineties is going on a break for the rest of the summer and will return with a new episode on september. First in the meantime why don't you check out. Some of the other great shows on the curious cast podcast network including the ongoing history of new music. Dark putin and the nighttime podcast. If you've got an idea for a show you'd like to cover when we get back. Please let me know you can reach me through twitter. Facebook at nine hundred ninety s history and on instagram at that ninety s podcast. Or you can send me an email at nineties at curious. Cast dot ca. That's nine zero s at curious. Cast dot ca. This episode was hosted and written by me. Kathy can zora deal. Velazquez is our producer and sound design and final production is by rob. Johnston see you next time for more history of the ninety.

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"lesage" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:43 min | 6 months ago

"lesage" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"lesage" Discussed on The Doomer Bloomer Podcast

The Doomer Bloomer Podcast

03:03 min | 6 months ago

"lesage" Discussed on The Doomer Bloomer Podcast

"Success success life and business and relationships specifically health wealth and wisdom We search out interesting guests on their own. Hero's journey Talk about the projects that they're working on how they're contributing back to society Do they on the podcast. I have christopher earnshaw phd All the way from tokyo japan. How're you doing this evening. Or i guess it'd be morning there for you chris lesage solely morning. And i'm very well. Thank you all right. Excellent chris So before we get started What What prompted you to to reach out to the the duma bloomers and and you know where where you on your hero's journey so to speak right. Now that's complicated question I was interested in your podcast. Because of your your interest in the dow and taoism. And i'm also very interested in dollars in my study many years and so i saw a connection there and so i sent june email my hero's journey. Yes well i'm probably Coming towards the twilight of of my my career and i retired several years ago and I don't quite sure says much of a journey left but I'm always in Discovering new things and always trying to learn something that will either benefit me or other people. So that's in a nutshell where i am excellent So you are. While you're you're you're europe self self published author Tell me a little bit about how you got started writing because you weren't always a writer right correct some i've written about a dozen books And three of them are in japanese I from a young age. I went to step back with. I went to a boarding school from the age of five until eighteen. And in those years age. We didn't have television school. And there was nothing to entertain yourself except books. so i read everything and There's a series of paperback books in england called penguin and at the back of the books. Introduce other books. So i just read one book and it looked at the end of the book. The next one they were offering I didn't have any plan of what to read..

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"lesage" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

07:44 min | 7 months ago

"lesage" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"lesage" Discussed on TMV Podcast

TMV Podcast

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"lesage" Discussed on TMV Podcast

"Audit hoda. Novus anomoly continue all <hes>. Thank you joining us here. On this table where we are discussing. How post election forts. And what's next for muslims in america. I'm sure you can all agree. It's been crazy times and in many ways we're kind of up the woodsmen anyways we're entering new self woods with new challenges to face. I wanted to start off just by asking. What role did muslim voters play in this election. The way we've done things in the past. There has been slow grassroots initiatives. Here and there are different organizations. But this time. There was a lot of <unk> <hes>. And i think you know over among. Muslims voted in the election. That's phenomenal like that's beyond anyone's expectations. Of was there before the election started or the early voting started <hes>. States like michigan. I think some delivered. They delivered michigan to the biden. Victory and i think minnesota what we snare issues exceptional sixty plus muslims. That got elected this election. And that says something. When you see that in the <unk>. Legislator reflects what our community looks like need looked at this election <hes>. Strategically see where we needed to <hes>. Where we needed to help out in order to get border turn out and what community could actually build those coalitions. I feel like there is the sentiment and i saw this on social media in leading up to the election. There was this kind of sentiment that muslim organizations who <hes> <hes>. Kind of you know. <hes> representing <hes>. The muslim grassroots on the ground for the biden campaign <hes>. Was being kind of you know there was kind of i. Don't use the word fighting but into dialogue lesage's to be kind <hes>. About <hes> various organizations. And whether or not they have essentially the right to represent <hes>. <hes> listen votes. You think that that kind of infighting is kind of unfair leading up to election where it's so important that muslims gathered together as a coalition and trump office. The muslim communities diverse in there has to be important questions that are asked in our organization. Do need to help be held accountable. <hes> so i i see nothing wrong in conversations about directions. Muslim organizations are going. You know as long as they're done in a manner that's productive in in a manner that's intended to move the community forward <hes>. And i think you know how organizations respond to that is also telling of the direction they want to. And i think organizations and i've been with an organization before at at abc has been under the gun. That's been under community pressure to make changes. I've gone through it on the other side. And i understand that. They namic of running an organization. Dan dynamics of being annetta. 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I'm i'm looking for president and it's normal. You know somebody that we can. When we do fight against our fight policies and push back on somebody that's gonna be receptive to listening to us so the democratic party joe biden's administration. We have to give them room to prove you know to to to prove themselves to the community. We have to give them room to answer to our concerns and our demands. And and see how reacts and i'm not saying biden is going to completely shut the door issues. He may well come out and be the bus president. We've seen for the community. We do have to give them that opportunity to do so. We have to give that room for him to to work in and navigate with us and see what comes about something that you said that like we just want a normal president and i think that that is really scary for me because i think a normal president in the united states is a warmonger will still enact other types of bands will still children are still being separated in the united states via the incarceration systems <hes>. People are still being shot and killed by police. They're still surveillance they're still going to be a us empire and so these like he's very core. Fundamental forms of violence are not going to be raised at all. I think that is something that <hes>. It's central to what i think i'm really pushing for. Is that a yes. We should have diversity of tactics absolutely. We can't just like protests everybody in the street and then like think. Everything's going to change if we don't have a strategy. If we are able to actually think about things strategically. 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What's Next for Muslims in America?

TMV Podcast

06:24 min | 1 year ago

What's Next for Muslims in America?

"Audit hoda. Novus anomoly continue all Thank you joining us here. On this table where we are discussing. How post election forts. And what's next for muslims in america. I'm sure you can all agree. It's been crazy times and in many ways we're kind of up the woodsmen anyways we're entering new self woods with new challenges to face. I wanted to start off just by asking. What role did muslim voters play in this election. The way we've done things in the past. There has been slow grassroots initiatives. Here and there are different organizations. But this time. There was a lot of And i think you know over among. Muslims voted in the election. That's phenomenal like that's beyond anyone's expectations. Of was there before the election started or the early voting started States like michigan. I think some delivered. They delivered michigan to the biden. Victory and i think minnesota what we snare issues exceptional sixty plus muslims. That got elected this election. And that says something. When you see that in the Legislator reflects what our community looks like need looked at this election Strategically see where we needed to Where we needed to help out in order to get border turn out and what community could actually build those coalitions. I feel like there is the sentiment and i saw this on social media in leading up to the election. There was this kind of sentiment that muslim organizations who Kind of you know. representing The muslim grassroots on the ground for the biden campaign Was being kind of you know there was kind of i. Don't use the word fighting but into dialogue lesage's to be kind About various organizations. And whether or not they have essentially the right to represent listen votes. You think that that kind of infighting is kind of unfair leading up to election where it's so important that muslims gathered together as a coalition and trump office. The muslim communities diverse in there has to be important questions that are asked in our organization. Do need to help be held accountable. so i i see nothing wrong in conversations about directions. Muslim organizations are going. You know as long as they're done in a manner that's productive in in a manner that's intended to move the community forward And i think you know how organizations respond to that is also telling of the direction they want to. And i think organizations and i've been with an organization before at at abc has been under the gun. That's been under community pressure to make changes. I've gone through it on the other side. And i understand that. They namic of running an organization. Dan dynamics of being annetta. That's a separate conversation of how organizations have to react and have to respond to community pressure and valid concerns. I think the question money raise was well is is this a time to talk about you. Know community Is at the time where we have an elections where we're trying to vote out a fascist and You know everybody has a different opinion. There is no right or wrong. Answer in both sides have concerns about the timing and so forth wasn't twenty sixteen on repeat. A lot of people did fall in line disappoint. Joe biden even May not have agreed that he was the best choice. Personally i do think he was a better choice. Donald trump a happily voted for him. I didn't have an issue. Voting for him are his policies. Perfect no by any means. They're not he's not the perfect candidate but i'm not looking for the perfect candidate. I'm not looking for somebody that i'm going to go out and stand in line for hours and it's going to get me. You know up to to see him. I'm i'm looking for president and it's normal. You know somebody that we can. When we do fight against our fight policies and push back on somebody that's gonna be receptive to listening to us so the democratic party joe biden's administration. We have to give them room to prove you know to to to prove themselves to the community. We have to give them room to answer to our concerns and our demands. And and see how reacts and i'm not saying biden is going to completely shut the door issues. He may well come out and be the bus president. We've seen for the community. We do have to give them that opportunity to do so. We have to give that room for him to to work in and navigate with us and see what comes about something that you said that like we just want a normal president and i think that that is really scary for me because i think a normal president in the united states is a warmonger will still enact other types of bands will still children are still being separated in the united states via the incarceration systems People are still being shot and killed by police. They're still surveillance they're still going to be a us empire and so these like he's very core. Fundamental forms of violence are not going to be raised at all. I think that is something that It's central to what i think i'm really pushing for. Is that a yes. We should have diversity of tactics absolutely. We can't just like protests everybody in the street and then like think. Everything's going to change if we don't have a strategy. If we are able to actually think about things strategically. I agree that a diversity of tactics is very important but i also think i think there's celebration i think there's a difference between a celebration of trump leaving office and biden entering office. I think it's like great. I love seeing trump depress. The white house or about the whole thing at the that was great. I love that. But there's truly nothing to celebrate about biden sneaking office and truly nothing to celebrate about going back to the status quo in the status quo is so deeply violent. The bar has been so much lowered based on how much violence that we've normalized. And i think that that's something that we can't allow. We allow ourselves normalized. Violence like biden saying that he's going to reverse the muslim ban. You shouldn't be sprayed it as a hero. That is like the basic thing that he should be doing and so i think that us getting excited. That biden is doing not even the bare minimum but just like reversing back to normal. Violent status quo is not a celebration. I think that unfortunately trump has really really destroyed our sense of normalcy but are also like before that even our sense of normalcy was like really endanger. And i think we don't do enough imagining about what we're actually trying to build toward And i think if we're actually able to sit down and be like all right. We're trying to elect muslims into positions of power for what what is our end goal like. We're going to rally around biden to get into power for what

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"lesage" Discussed on SUSCAST

SUSCAST

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"lesage" Discussed on SUSCAST

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"lesage" Discussed on KERWIN FROST TALKS!

KERWIN FROST TALKS!

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"lesage" Discussed on KERWIN FROST TALKS!

"No more three by fives. So he's got to see this song. It's he's guy's a genius. How fucking yeah now. The funny thing is is we're going to stay a long time ago like he was going to do a solo on stay. I think do verse but it just never worked out. But he's fucking honestly like being around him. It's so weird because you never. He's like a movie character right right because everything you say. He has something so smart to save the senate active. Yeah it's yeah it's really interesting. And he's just i don't know what a gangster would alleged. I miss the god. How do you feel now doing your Your show really nervous at the beginning and now you feel more comfortable or is it always the same. I always aided beating camera. Wonder why you're so handsome. Just shy messiah. I just i just. I just always get shy. It's it's been interesting like just kind of watching the feedback from it and allowing people to see a real unbiased conversation about like an artist's career short and just have fun doing it's and it's a kind of been a fan of pop culture but like this is like a really good ad on so many times i was gonna stop doing and then like found reason to keep going and you pop. Culture are calmed down currency behind the scenes of every major major. Play ever. it's actually no that's true. That's and she that's pretty fucking consider. So tell me about you. Interesting beaver okay. Great interview question that. I've never gotten told him about that right. No one ever asked you. He's a he's a really really raved. Lesage you and jabe together like daft punk is just gold any any song guys make and i always tell you that that's awesome. I've heard some of the other tracks. Yeah where there's no words or anything..

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"lesage" Discussed on KERWIN FROST TALKS!

KERWIN FROST TALKS!

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"lesage" Discussed on KERWIN FROST TALKS!

"No more three by fives. So he's got to see this song. It's he's guy's a genius. How fucking yeah now. The funny thing is is we're going to stay a long time ago like he was going to do a solo on stay. I think do verse but it just never worked out. But he's fucking honestly like being around him. It's so weird because you never. He's like a movie character right right because everything you say. He has something so smart to save the senate active. Yeah it's yeah it's really interesting. And he's just i don't know what a gangster would alleged. I miss the god. How do you feel now doing your Your show really nervous at the beginning and now you feel more comfortable or is it always the same. I always aided beating camera. Wonder why you're so handsome. Just shy messiah. I just i just. I just always get shy. It's it's been interesting like just kind of watching the feedback from it and allowing people to see a real unbiased conversation about like an artist's career short and just have fun doing it's and it's a kind of been a fan of pop culture but like this is like a really good ad on so many times i was gonna stop doing and then like found reason to keep going and you pop. Culture are calmed down currency behind the scenes of every major major. Play ever. it's actually no that's true. That's and she that's pretty fucking consider. So tell me about you. Interesting beaver okay. Great interview question that. I've never gotten told him about that right. No one ever asked you. He's a he's a really really raved. Lesage you and jabe together like daft punk is just gold any any song guys make and i always tell you that that's awesome. I've heard some of the other tracks. Yeah where there's no words or anything..

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"lesage" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"lesage" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

"Greetings everyone dave sehovac here host of the coaching for leaders podcast with a brief invitation for you. I a milestone that's coming up which is hard for me to get my head around later this summer of twenty nineteen. We are passing ten million episode downloads of this podcast cast since i started this show back in the summer of twenty eleven that is a huge number and it reflects the trust trust that so many of you have put in us and in me to serve you on your leadership journey. It is a bit overwhelming and humbling for me to think about that number and i also realized recently especially as bonding. I were talking about it on this past week's q._n._a. Episode and that it is important to celebrate key milestones when they happen and this is certainly a key milestone so in the next month or so bonding. I are going to be airing episode. Oh to celebrate this milestone abed and we're inviting you to contribute to it. We're putting together an episode with as many of your voices voices as we can about what's been useful to you our listeners from the show so i'm inviting you to contribute one story or example simple of how coaching for leaders has helped in your work and we'll share as many of these as we can with everyone on that upcoming episode if you would liked to be considered here's what you need to go over to coaching for leaders dot com slash feedback and send me an audio recording with with three things i one thing you discovered from the show second an action you took as a result of that discovery and then third the result that you got. That's the deadline is wednesday august twenty first two thousand nineteen if you'd like us to consider your voice as as part of that episode so again go to coaching for leaders dot com slash feedback. Here's the three things one thing you discovered from the show an action you took as a result of that discovery and then finally what resulted you get now a final note. I love getting written messages but we're only going to be able to share audio messages. Lesage is on that upcoming episode. You'll find a way to do that on the feedback page <hes> when you go to that address from just about any device thank you so much in advance if you decide to contribute and thank you to you as we approached this milestone of ten million episode downloads i am so grateful for your support and see you back on monday for the next regular episode.

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"lesage" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"lesage" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"lesage" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"lesage" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Spread the Gulf power LeSage? Now it still about that. But it's about empowering women through fashion. Absolutely. And your and your and your girlfriend's the Spice Girls have decided to reunite. They're going on the big reunion tour. He were really open about not being able to do that a hard decision for you to make it wasn't. You know, all the by Scott. And I'm so proud of everything I caved. I'm proud of them. It's going to be the best show. I can't wait to take my kids. You know with my with my face. I just I just wouldn't be able to do it. You know? But I wish there was so much love. And it's going to be great. And I will in spirit, absolutely. There and she's lovely. She practiced said answer she was really in the mirror. David. She was lovely. Good answer. The answer. I loved it. All right. What? No, I didn't use that. It was nothing there. What hasn't she done that? She wants to do. All right. This again. Okay. You said I read in quote reading you're ready to put your foot on the gas. Everyone looks at so accomplished like you say you have new line with Reebok. What happened you've done that you want to do this so much, you know, I really I always say to dream big. And then dream even bigger focus, if you work hard cake ahead down there so much you can achieve and there were lots of things I want to achieve you know, with with my collection that I have done with kid. That's something new for me. I've been working in high fashion ten years now, but working on sports is is something new, and I want to learn and I've learned an enormous amount. Yeah. She wants to make money as your high fashion line has lost millions of dollars mass marketing thing now. And put that money into her high fashion. It was kinda sweet because Robin had on a Victoria Beckham dress. It was in the flora Flint Trent, which which is so on trend right now 'cause Kelly had one on right after Kelly Ripa had went on. And she just looked loving. I thought she was lovely. I think the only thing that we continue to struggle with is when people probably think this when they see us what have they done? You know, what's different mine is usually weight gain or loss. Here's. Was she did something to her.

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"lesage" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"lesage" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Well, coming up in truth and movies. A little white lies podcast. It's Mike alita here. In the hosts chairs across from a pair of top tier? Lies contributors bring touch of French class to our discussion class. No doubt is Manuela LeSage, Manuela, and are very unbeatable boy county councils, welcome back him. Nice to be. We'll be talking about new releases very shortly. But first if it's a follow from last week. Now have are the ones who are party B palooza film clip pick last week. I saw it years ago. I think I'm not even show with living in the UK the remember being really baffled because like what is this culture? What are these people who is this, man? The time. The me on rewatch. It was amazing. I watch both both Simone and David last week. It was quite positively received. But we have an Email from Stuart Jones hair DOT and your discussion twenty five people in the last pod reminded me of the time. I saw it and the unusual thing that's occurred. It was a preview screening Manchester pizza hook himself with an attendance. And sat a few rows behind me during the early on in the film producer mountain hamlets his show and swear elaborating joy division for the early. Ramshackle performance of she's lost control. Hook Sheraton outs. That didn't happen in the subsequent scene. Whether to show playing on properly, he said more chiefly last more like it's as this is the only time something like this happens to be my as cinema going. I thought I'd ask the pot. Have you ever attended a screening of a biographical film in the presence of one of his subjects and did they Hackel? It. This sounds quite a question. I don't think I ever have I have. But it was for another Michael the film, he did about wolf Alice. So I was working at the BFI at the time as an usher. And I just kind of sat in on the screen, and I was like, oh, this sounds weird. And all of we'll Vallis and the crew were in attendance. But I don't know that they so much heckled as they cheered every second of the movie because if you know about the film as a fictional storyline. Kind of grafted onto this toll documentary where it's like to act as a playing like a manager in a row D full in love so sexy and everyone just lost them. That was about eight. I don't think there's any real heckling maybe a pot from like members of the band yelling about dissing each other. But it was friendly like. Michael wins has form. Stressful like, if I can avoid seeing the real people, I think it would because all like bio pics general is such an interesting complicated affair. Must be interesting. I've heard stories of you know, screenings of some films or like the countries, especially where the real people turn out to be there. Like, they were not expected and turns really bizarre because they don't like the film things like that. So that's so special. Yeah. That sounds like a good one to I don't think I haven't examples of that. But if listeners if you do let us know by the usual channels outs truth movies on Twitter truth movies at TCL dot com. Via Email on the comments section L to be lies dot com slash podcast..

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"lesage" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"lesage" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"They're really struggling when it comes to things like work marriage family, and even church, my work shown that too. So that's the thing that this where you know. And you've kind of coming in kind of this newer perspective and saying look, folks, it's not just about personal responsibility. It's also about some bigger things happening kinda me that tend to put a working class and even poor families and men in particular, you know, at a disadvantage that then have impact. Acts on their purchasing getting and staying married was there before you decided to right before any of the responses actually came out. Did you read any one thing that even if you agreed with it instantly made you think oh he's going to get it for this? Or did you were you surprised by the level of reaction? He got out of the gate from fellow people of the right conservatives who took him to task. Or did you see this coming? No coming back. There is an interview between Ben Shapiro and Tucker Carlson a couple of weeks ago that kind of anticipated this debate so Carlson was kind of expressing concerns about automating its impact on LeSage gate, a men's jobs and Shapiro kind of immediately pushed back and said, you know, something along the lines of this is just part and parcel of living in a dynamic capitalist economy. And so I I wasn't surprised when this this debate emerge. Pretty quickly after his his monologue last week. I find it interesting that Tucker started by I believe it was even the image of Mitt Romney that he associated with this. And the argument with Mitt Romney a week ago talking about Trump and character and instantly the same people that said, it is vital that we have a man of character at the head of our institutions, then seem to at least implicitly say that the government that that man is heading should somehow be a moral at best and not have any moral implications whatsoever. Do you find that as ironic as I do? Well. There's some truth to that. I, you know, I think what's interesting about this debate. Is that you know, some of the same folks who are more in the Romney camp are also more on the classical, you know, small government pro free market camp. And you know, I think that Tucker Carlson responding. To both Romney, but enter the larger idea that if we just kind of keep government small, you know, and let the market go that things will kind of right themselves. And I think Tucker's perspective, obviously differs from that. And Trump's perspective on the campaign trail in two thousand sixteen also, of course, differed from that so off this seems to be argument, fundamentally, what is the role of government and largely within conservative circles. What what did Tucker Carlson get right in terms of that broader question? What is what is government's duty to its fellow man? Well, I think Dirk crossing got right. Was number one. Underlying the fact that marriage has become really divided by class in America. He was talking in his monologue about the Wayne wish increasingly in his words, quote marriage is a luxury only fluent in America can afford. Now. That's overdoing it a bit because there are plenty of working class happily married couples out there, we know for instance, but it is the case kind of the big picture that only about thirty nine percent of working class. Adults are married compared to fifty six percent of middle upper class Americans and this divide in marriage is a new thing. There was no divide this back in nineteen seventy or nineteen fifty five so something new here. And I think the second point that Carlson me was that part of the story here is that men who don't have college degrees have seen their wages. He said decline. It's probably more stagnates probably more accurate description. But that stagnation for working class man when it comes to their incomes and the stability of their jobs. More stable today makes him less attractive as bins and makes them more vulnerable to divorce as well when things get tough in marriage and Carlson sort of made that point in his he said that the drop in marriage is linked to disasters then follow things like Morgan hall abuse. You know, more incarceration and your families formed the next generation and the third point he wanted to make that bad public policy decisions and elite behavior more generally has some important responsibility in all of this..

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