35 Burst results for "Lillian"
"lillian" Discussed on Backstage Pass Radio
"I don't know it's kind of like every time when i sit down to start writing like i do like You know like i right and then we do i record and then it's like okay. I wanna write fresh now. And i'll talk from the past but i like the right rush in a lot of times. I'll take just some of the the ideas before in revamped them and whatnot and In this case it was a lot of just brand you. Stuff that i hadn't ever mess with and sometimes that works out to the best for me if i just like right as i go similar to what. I'm kind of what i'm doing right now. This lillian record. So we went in and knock these songs out. And i just really felt. Like i was starting to be able to broaden my horizons. You know you look at things differently. Look at what you think people like. You also realize you know what. I'm starting to establish myself in this band right now. So don't worry so much about making sure that you fall into the niche or whatever you Start worrying about getting developing. This band is gonna be in ten or twenty years and so that's when songs like ghost of winter and we'll stop turning the ones that i. I'm a big fan of epic songs. I like the big. I like the light dark. I like you know the dramatic changes in songs nacho..
Southern Delta Aquarids and Alpha Capricorns Meteor Showers to Peak in July
"We also have to meteo showers earth. A which peaking late july. There's the southern delta accords which visible from mid july to mid august e. with pick actively on july the twenty eighth and twenty ninth. The shower originated either. From the break-up of what are now the mazda and incorrect sun grazing comet or from the parent comet pay ninety. Six mel colts the delta accurate skin because they radiate a piece the line the constellation aquarius e one of the constellations brightest stars delta equerry. There are two branches to the doter. Eckerd's meteo shower. The southern and northern the seven daughter accurate considered a strong xiaohua an average of between fifteen and twenty meals. An hour between midnight and dawn listeners in the southern hemisphere usually get the better show because the radiant is higher in the southern sky since the raid is above the horizon for northern hemisphere listeners. Media will be saved to fan at an all directions. Ace north and west with females heading southwards unless they really short near the radiant the northern doda accurate. The weakest shower peaking later in mid august with an average peak read about ten meteors per hour. Meanwhile the knee by slow and bright alpha kappa court. It's meteo shower will take place from his earliest july. The fifteenth and continue until around august tenth. The meteo shower has infrequent but relatively bright made ios and even some fireballs it's generated as the earth passes through a debris trail left by the comment. 169 pain nate which was originally identified as the asteroid two thousand and two x twelve however it was shown to be weekly active during Lillian and was then reclassified as a comet the show was created about three thousand five hundred to five thousand years ago. What about half of the parent body disintegrated and fell into dust.
"lillian" Discussed on Run With It
"Was twenty three. And so i did not have lot or any really management experience and i am really good at thinking about the nitty gritty and being really hands on the big picture strategy of the first one is not my strong suit. I think managing people has big learning curve. That i'm still in. But i have a lot of a lot of mentors. A lot of people who. I asked for help all time a strength of mine. I'm not afraid to ask for help. That's a hard strings. Most people don't have that but would you say yours are mine. Oh man they change every day thinking that i know my strength and weaknesses are i think mine has been. I can always actually really on on that topic. I can't always tell what. I'm good at or knowledgeable at versus one. I'm not like it's. It's really hard like i was just meeting with some friends in a writing group and i shared this press. Release with them. That route up and After i read the press release which is it was no k press release but i asked him for critical feedback. There's like this is way too wordy complicated and it's just too much too much information other than that. I was like ok. Guess that makes sense. But i was in my mind. I was thinking i always get. I always struggle with like Simplifying enough to reach a larger audience and be understood but also being willing and knowing when to communicate with technical knowledge and specialized vocabulary so that people don't go like what kind of idiot are you the way you're talking you know i. That's been something that has been. I think a challenge for me is just knowing the balance between that and having self awareness around you know what. I'm good at what i'm not and how to communicate that chris your turn one of the things that i have been really working on is just failing more. That's something that i. I grew up as perfectionist. That's why chris and i work well together. I'm well. I'm a failure. And i got to inspire him. He okay with it and realized that you can bounce back and improved things much quicker if you fail then trying to make something perfect first time so. That's still something that i've been working on working on for years. I've gotten a lot better at it. But it's something that i see holding me back still. Yeah case in point for for podcasts chris. I realized i realized that we sent off. Chris asked me peace dense. But but yeah the ways that we complement each other. You know I'm kind of a little bit more. Free form not always You know don't have the list in front of me all the time. A little bit more improvisational. And he's more structured in organizational has things in place the way that he wants to be. And there's those are the mentioned them in the positives right but we've also just mentioned where those could be negative right so it's good to work with other people in nbc. Have some awareness around how you need to fit in with your with your group and those things can change different context. Like i've noticed. Even i could be the organizational person in a different community. It's all relative to to who you're working with right. I ve always been the the planner in my social groups. And then i met my wife and she's like way beyond me you know. She needs to know the route from the airport to the hotel room. Three weeks events. That's starting now. She does all the play trust. It's two hundred seventy three steps from the exactly exactly cool. We've we've talked about your business a little bit but maybe should tell people lillian where people can find out more about you know links to visit social avella. Whatever you think is good at packing goes plebscites. Pack up go dot com on social at pack up. Go underscore travel ashley fund. You can see a lot of travelers discovering their destination and a lot of traveler picks and more about their experiences by the way christmas criminal a bit because he usually asked the guest social links are and we threw him off a little bit. Yeah lillian thank you very much. It's been a pleasure talking with you too listener. Who is enamored with this idea. Please take it and run with it. I think i will speak for you. Lillian bet lillian would be excited to hear if you were to take on this idea because that would complement your services. Very well in. Yeah please let us know which think about it. Email us at update with dot. Fm and we'll be happy to potentially feature you on the on the podcast. We have a hundred episode coming up soon. So maybe do something fun for that. Yeah and don't forget to find us on. Itunes subscribe and leave a review. Tell your friends and reach to that update at run with it. Email just to tell us what's going on. we wanna connected to you lillian. Thank you very much for the conversation looking forward to connecting..
"lillian" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Lillian, Alice. Sandrine Oh, in Brazil. We're talking about big paintings, 600,000 Square meters. This messages can be seen by drones and then we share the pictures. The people saw this and the share on social media. Yes, our response that they believe in. They want change Way heard from the muralist Melody Strong and the U. S. The Kenyan artist Alan Rwanda. A K A. Mr Detail seven, and William Alexandrina, spokesperson of the Brazilian Street Art, Collective nose, RTV STIs. Broadcasting worldwide. I'm Sherry Jackson and you're listening to the cultural front line from the BBC World Service. Growing up. There was always jazz playing in our house. It was my mother's favorite genre, especially live jazz, And if she personally knew an artist, she'd share their talents with anyone she could such was her relationship with jazz artists, Cheon Harold My mother grew up with his father. She gave me a copy of Cheon first CD, introducing Cheon Harold in 2009. He's gone on to become a Grammy Award winning artist. We both grew up in Ferguson, Missouri, and one teenager, Michael Brown, was killed by a police officer there in 2014 Cheon responded by creating powerful music. Hunting MB lament. More recently,.
A history of Mountweazels
"Suppose. I wanted to start a company that sold maps i hire cartographers and spend a lot of time and money going out and gathering data. Because i'm just documenting something which exists in reality. The end result of all my hard work and investment is going to look just like other maps. That are out there already. So why couldn't i just skip all the effort and copy the maps which already exist. Sure i'll change the font and the colors but fundamentally the end result is going to be the same either way right. This is a big problem for any maker of reference products maps dictionaries and encyclopedias. You can't copyright facts but you can take steps to show that someone is a plagiarist or violating. Copyright they do this via copyright traps copyright traps are nothing more than false information which is putting reference material to catch people who copy their content. If you copy everything without checking you'll copy the false information which will be evidence of plagiarism. Promos famous example was in the nineteen seventy five new columbia encyclopedia. they created an entry for one lillian. Virginia mount weasel. They created a full entry in the encyclopedia for which was totally fiction. According to the entry lillian. Mount weasel was a photographer who was famous for her photos of south. Sierra me walk whatever that is according to the entry quote. Mount weasel died at thirty one in an explosion while on assignment for combustibles magazine unquote while there was no cases of anyone actually copying the mount weasel entry. The term amount weasel is now a term for a copyright trap. there's a million. Mt weasel facebook page and the lillian virginia mount weasel research center website which has fake interviews with people who knew her as well as fake copies of combustibles magazine while this is one of the best known examples of copyright trap. It's hardly the only one. The nineteen forty three edition of webster's twentieth century dictionary had an entry for junk attack spelled j. u. n. g. f. t. a. k. The entry read quote junk noun. Persian bird the male of which only had one wing on the right side and the female only one wing on the left side. Instead of the missing wings the male had hook of bone and the female an eyelid of bone and it was by uniting hook and eye that they were unable to fly each one alone had remained on the ground and quote. There's no pronunciation given so. I'm pretty sure i said it correctly because there is no way to say correctly. The new oxford american dictionary has a definition for the word espa valence. Their definition of the word is the wilful avoidance of one's official responsibilities. The thing is this fake word has actually found some usage and there is now an entry for in which which references the original new oxford american dictionary definition. Personally i think esco valence is a perfectly crumlin word problems. The heaviest users of copyright traps are matt makers in cartography copyright traps are known as trap streets trap streets are fictional street or locations which are used to check to see if someone is copying their map. They're usually very small streets or alleys of no importance as no one actually uses it as an address because it doesn't exist. There isn't too much of a problem if they appear on maps. The state of michigan put fake towns in ohio in their nineteen seventy-eight official roadmap. The towns were beata so spelled beat. Osu and go blue aka go blue. The colors of the university of michigan
Judge keeps Georgia mother, son in Washington, DC Capitol riot jailed pending trial
"In last month's attack of the U. S capital have been denied Bond, a Georgia woman and her adult son, some dubbed the Zip tie guy in the Capitol Hill riot will stay behind bars while they await trial for their alleged role in the January 6 attack. Eric Menschel of Nashville, accused of being the man seen in images inside the Capitol carrying plastic handcuffs. Wearing a tactical vest with a Taser on his hip. The federal judge concluding Mother Lisa isn't hard and Munch, Ill. It was indicated he would be willing to act against Congress again. Pose a clear danger to our republic. Lillian Whoa! Fox news officials with the U.
Judge keeps mother, son in Capitol riot jailed pending trial
"Month's attack of the U. S capital have been denied Bond, a Georgia woman and her adult son, some dubbed the Zip tie guy in the Capitol Hill riot will stay behind bars while they await trial for their alleged role in the January 6 attack. Eric Menschel of Nashville, accused of being the man seen in images inside the Capitol carrying plastic handcuffs. Wearing a tactical vest with a Taser on his hip. The federal judge concluding Mother Lisa isn't hard and Munch, Ill. It was indicated he would be willing to act against Congress again. Pose a clear danger to our republic. Lillian Woo Fox news officials with the U. S.
Jobless Claims Rise, Pausing Recent Downward Trend
"John claims jobless claims rather are out. Stocks are under pressure on Wall Street after disappointing jobs numbers showing about 100,000 more Americans than expected, filed for first time jobless helped last week. The 861,000 claims is higher than the week before which itself got revised upward, continuing claims those still receiving benefits. Fell to just under 4.5 million roughly in line with expectations. This means more than 40% of the workforce has filed for unemployment benefits during the pandemic. Lillian Woo fox News on Wall
David Paull On Behavioural Storytelling
"Its well known that today's customers and employees far more sophisticated far more astute than ever before. Today's customers and employees are far more informed. But how can you make sure that they are correctly. Informed moreover ethically informed in such a way that they become evangelical about your organization about your brand about what you do. We'll stay tuned because that's exactly where we're going. You see our guest on today's episode. Is david poll. Now david pull is the founder of lillian. Labs and dial smith. David's air experienced davies. Lives at the strange and powerful intersection between sales marketing and research. You see lilly. Labs lillian. labs drama lillian. Labs is a quantitative research agency specializing in concept product and message testing while dial smith technology. That's used to capture real time opinion moment to moment to understand people's motivations and predict their behavior. His company's technology has among other things worked on getting instant feedback on. Us presidential debates specifically on what moves an audience at any specific time. David is team have helped media companies and customer product giants test and refine that products from concept testing and product development to content research and pilot testing. David has developed a communication framework called behavioral storytelling. Which will go into in quite a bit of detail that helps you to craft stories and narratives designed to influence them persuade based on how people process information and make decisions. David is also a sought after speaker and has presented repeatedly at story conference insights sociation. Many other research industry events ladies and gentlemen. Please put your hands together and helping da. Thank you thank you for having me and for that very very generous introduction. You're very welcome. David now where we always like to start. The show is by asking this question in this world. Full of influences in social media. And everybody's everybody's an employer and every every minute dogs and expert. Who is somebody who's been had a major influence on you who somebody who's really impacted your leadership and it may be somebody that we have never heard over net would know. Maybe it is. But maybe isn't that's a good question. I mean certainly a lot of the big names that people would know but for me. Most influential was a manager. That i had when i moved from more traditional Outside sales which is where. I started my career into market research and i was brought in to lead an organization and i was a little young in a little green at the time. Frankly i think part of part i think was by salesmanship was part of how i got the gig in the first place so i had to grow into it a little bit and i was also very ambitious and i was pushing pushing pushing. Not only those who are working with me and for me but also those above me to help me grow throughout the organization and I remember it very clearly. One day this manager of mine. Who i really liked and respected. He took me aside and he said one word to me and that word was patience. Just wanted to slow me down a little bit and remind me that The value of patients is tremendous not only with those on the team and the speed with which we have to get things done but also for my own sake and really taking things one step at a time not trying to leapfrog things and really just taking breath and being more patient and of all the lessons i've had in my career and there have been many. That's the one that i keep coming back to. I find most often when i find myself. Getting a little revved up a little anxious and wanting to push things a little harder. I just remember the that word in that moment because it really did help me a lot. It really grounded me and change the way. I looked at things and from there. I think my career path was actually smoother and and everything progressed at a very a very nice reasonable peso. How old were you when you got the advice. I got that advice in my early thirties. Because that's pretty solid advice. No doubt about it but it's pretty hard advice to swallow when you when we're young because when we young it's like everything's in hurry and i've been in. I've been in outside sales my whole career. I've been wrestling since a teenager working in managing retail through college. And then i went right into outside sales literally knocking on office doors and getting thrown out of office building so Came up the hard way through sales and you really can't be terribly patient with that. You've got a quota to make and your incomes based on command. Go go go.
Federal court strikes down major Trump climate rollback
"Final Full day in office, A federal appeals court throws out one of his administration's most momentous climate rollbacks, which eased federal regulation of air pollution from power plants. The court, saying the administration acted illegally in issuing the affordable In energy rule and repealing the Obama era clean power plan. The move could clear the way for the Biden administration to more freely regulate power plant emissions, a major source of greenhouse gasses. The Environmental Protection Agency says it's reviewing the decision. Lillian Whoa!
U.S. economy lost 140,000 jobs in December; unemployment rate unchanged at 6.7%
"Latest jobs. Numbers are out this morning, and they're not pretty expectations were already tamp down after a dismal ADP report this week, But the December jobs report is much worse than expected. We've lost 140,000 positions. That's about double what analysts thought we'd gain and it's a first job loss for the economy since April, especially hard hit the leisure and hospitality industry, almost half a million jobs gone there. The unemployment rate 6.7% remains unchanged. All this happening as we see a domino effect of consumers cutting back on spending amid more Covad shutdowns, Lillian Whoa. Fox News.
Security operations centers: a first principle idea.
"The idea of operations centers has been around seemingly forever friedrich limb in his a history of western technology suggests that the concept goes back as far as five thousand bc amazing anytime an organization grows big enough either in terms of function or one. Small team can't do everything. Leaders have built these centers to men's the workflow and status of the various groups into coordinate. If you fast forward to the early days of the technological revolution we started seeing organizations. That began looking like a modern day sark. But we're quite there yet. The classic example is how nasa managed space missions starting way back in nineteen fifty eight now for those. Who don't know me. I'ma space geek specifically. I love everything about the space race between the russians and the americans during the nineteen sixties in fact as a side note the washington post lillian cunningham produced a thirteen episode podcasts. About that very thing last year it is called moon rise and i highly recommended. But did you know that when neil armstrong and buzz aldrin landed on the moon in nineteen sixty nine that the russians had a remote controlled spacecraft up there at the same time. I didn't know that. Until i listen to the moon rise podcasts. The russians crashed into a moon mountain as armstrong and aldrin. We're flying back to the lunar module so maybe that is why the russians don't advertise that much. But i digress. One of my favorite space movies is paolo. Thirteen directed by ron howard. And one of the things. I love about that. Movie is how it depicts the energy and sense of purpose of an operation center. Here's the actor. Ed harris in a virtuoso performance playing gene kranz the real life nasa flight director delegating tasks his crew of operational teams on what they need to do to get apollo thirteen at home. And the meantime whenever frozen command module to power it up another but the re entry batteries. We've been tried before we've never even stimulated it before gene. We're going to have to figure it out. i want people in our simulators working reentry scenarios. I want you guys to find. Every engineer designed ever switch every circuit transistor and every lightbulb. It's up there then. I want you to talk to the guy. Knee assembly line actually built the thing. Find out how to squeeze every aunt at both of these goddamn machines. I want this mark all the way back to earth with time to spare never lost an american in space where surest not gonna lose one on my watch. Failure is not an option. If that doesn't bring chills down your spine you might be dead. I'm just saying when telephone network started appearing in the early nineteen twenty s phone companies like eighteen bill traffic control bureaus to handle long distance traffic issues by the early nineteen sixties. At and t. Handled most telephone switching through mechanical devices and build a network control center or noc to manage it. At and t. Historians consider this to be the first knock ever built by nineteen seventy seven bell systems had built the first national knock in bedminster new jersey which looked a lot like modern knocks. Today there wasn't much security yet but if there was any knock operators were doing it in the us intelligence community the nineteen sixties were fraud with international incidents like the cuban missile crisis of nineteen sixty to the arab israeli six day war in nineteen sixty seven the us pueblo capture and nineteen sixty eight the prague spring crisis and czechoslovakia also nineteen sixty eight in the one. Twenty-one shootdown crisis in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine the. nsa decided that. They needed an operation center to manage their efforts. Across a wide swatch of international activity. Based on the freedom of information request. The nsa released a document in two thousand seven that described the formation of the first national cigarette operations center or insomniac in one thousand nine hundred seventy three and according to charles berlin. I hit him on lincoln and the answer me. He's a former in sock director. The innocent kept adding more responsibility to over time. He said that it's secret. Sauce was when the nsa decided to pair offense or cigarette defense or comsec in the same place. Eventually they replaced the word singing in the title with security. In other words it became the national security operations center. Berlin said that when cyber came along years later the toll of michigan came too big to keep in the in sock in the. Nsa created the national cyber threat operations center or the in talk to deal with it. But with the addition of the concept mission these operations centers started to lean toward defensive security on the government side and in the aftermath of the morris worm which was the first destructive internet worm
Essential workers push to receive COVID-19 vaccine next
"Industries lying for their workers to be next in line for the covert 19 vaccine here, workers in certain seniors are a top priority to get the covert vaccine, But after that, it's up to states to decide which essential workers our next meeting. A lot of industries are jostling for position, at least 20 of them, urging officials to fast track access for their employees who work in fields like transportation, food services, education, retail and finance and association, also pushing for hotel employees to be in clue. It'd arguing. Travel and tourism are critical to the economy, Some health experts say, maybe early fall by the time the vaccine is available to the General public, Lillian Whoa. Fox News.
CDC Panel Says Frontline Workers and People Over 74 Should Get Vaccine Next
"Seniors are a top priority to get the covert vaccine. But after that, it's up to states to decide which essential workers are next, meaning a lot of industries are jostling for position, at least 20 of them, urging officials to fast track access for their employees who work in fields like transportation, food services, education, retail and finance and association, Also pushing for hotel employees to be included, arguing travel and tourism are Critical to the economy. Some health experts say it maybe early fall by the time the vaccine is available to the general public, Lillian Whoa, Fox
Delta announces quarantine-free flights
"For the first time since coronavirus lockdowns, some travelers between the US and Italy could soon touchdown without quarantine period, Delta and Italy's Alitalia are launching a pilot program allowing some passengers. To take quarantine free flights. Those traveling for essential reasons would have to test negative after taking a gold standard covet PCR test 72 hours before departure a rapid test before boarding the plane another when they arrive and another before heading back. If successful, there's optimism the program could be extended to other airports in Europe. Lillian Woo Fox
Hate crimes at highest level since 2008: FBI
"Reaching a level not seen in a decade in the U. S. Multiple senior us too. Apologies. There were 51 murders last year motivated by hate, according to the FBI. That's the highest number since it began collecting that data in the early nineties, and it includes the 22 people killed in a shooting at a Texas WalMart targeting Mexicans hate crimes jumped 2.7% to 7314, the highest level and more than a decade, there was an increase in religion based hate crimes. And while hate crimes against African Americans dropped slightly, anti Hispanic ones rose nearly 9%. Sent Lillian Woo Fox news
"lillian" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat
"We are back with lillian. Okay so we don't even know where to start there so much talk about. But why don't we start with kind of your whole philosophy methodology. All the things. Yeah so i mean my main. My main message is that there's really nothing wrong with any of our bodies that we are whole and complete and perfect and beautiful from inside out and the things that we choose for our bodies. Whether that's you know food or you know the exercise that we're choosing you know can make us inflamed or whatever injured It's the same thing with close and so instead of choosing things that literally feel like a punishment because or even brands like people. Like i keep you know. I only wear this but you know sometimes these three things. Don't work about this brand. And i'm like well. Then choose a different fucking brian. You know really helping people. The the very first stage of my six week program is like here. Are the top three or four brands that are for your body specifically. This is your shape. Let's celebrate your shape and not worrying. Focus about what everybody else is doing all the time and then like your coloring like love this top but it's not the right color and i'm like it's also not the but it's not the you can love something and it not be for you right. I mean again. These are all the data. Exactly i mean. I really really really really really well yeah. I don't wear him well. And so like you wear something out and you feel miserable and you're like what is the cost of this like. Is this really worth me going. Leaving the house. And not feeling amazing. Because i think you see like certain trends like and they look good on the.
Over a century ago, masks were controversial during the 1918 flu pandemic
"CBS News is Anthony Mason took a look back recently at the way masks were handled more than a century ago. That, of course, during the 2018 flu pandemic, also in the fall and found many similarities to today. Fascinating look from Anthony. In the fall of 1918. As Americans across the country were celebrating victory in World War, One of the masks on returning troops showed we were losing another war against the so called Spanish flu even a century ago, masks were controversial. Yes, And for so many of the same reasons they are today. Nancy Toms is a history professor at the State University of New York at Stony Brook at its worst in 1918. How bad did the pandemic get really, really bad? He referred to it as the Big one among historians of medicine. 675,000 Americans would die nearly a third of them in a single month. The Red Cross spread the slogan Where a mask Save your Life. And nurses began to make them for the public way. We're looking at two masks God's masks that were used in the 1918 pandemic. Here in California, there in the collection of the Oakland Museum, Erin Dina Delgaudio is associate curator. That pretty transparent, right? It wasn't an ideal material, but it was definitely better than not wearing anything. Back in 1918. This was one of the centers in the fight against the pandemic. Yes, indeed. This is Henry Street settlement and its founder, Lillian Walk, played a critical role in organizing the pandemic response in New York City masks were never officially mandated on the East Coast, Nancy Tom says. But other health rules were often aggressively enforced. There were spitting raids, even though by Pelo Yes, there was a definite effort to up the ante in prosecuting. They called them sanitary infractions. The US outbreak had started on a Kansas Army base on the campaign to stop it. Was tied to the war effort. So wearing a mask became a patriotic just Yes. If you refused to wear a mask, you could be called a slacker. What did that mean? A slacker was not quite like a traitor. But it was someone who was dragging their patriotic feet. San Francisco was the first city to actually mandate masks. Yes. 10% of the population was infected between 1918 and 1919. In just a day, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. 100 people were charged with disturbing the peace or failing toe wear masks. Their sentence. 10 days in prison or a $5 fine about $80 today, and then here in San Francisco, there was an anti mask league that farmed in early January. So the chairman was this woman named Mrs Harrington. She was a suffragist. She was a lawyer. He put out a call in the the San San Francisco Francisco Chronicle Chronicle asking asking for for her her fellow fellow citizens citizens who who objected objected to to this this mass mass mandate mandate as as Really Really similar similar to to the the arguments arguments now. now. Actually, Actually, they they argue the ordinance was unconstitutional and that masks had not been proven effective. Some 2000 people turned out for a rally at the Dreamland skate rink. Other cities would mandate masks, including Denver, Seattle, Oakland, Sacramento and Phoenix. They were met with resistance to one major difference. It wasn't political. Then they're wass disagreement between the various politicians about which businesses should get closed down. But The decision to mask or not to mass never became identified with a specific political party.
Panera introduces "climate-friendly," low-carbon food items
"Dining out can now see how climate friendly their food is. There's a new tool Mention show consumers which items on the menu are better for the environment about 25% of greenhouse gases are created from food production and the global nonprofit World Resource is institute says It's new, Cool Food Meal certification identifies dishes which leave less of a carbon footprint. The first company with items to receive that certification. Panera with more than Half its entrees greenlighted as cool food meals, the chain also kicking off a week long campaign to educate people on eating well for the climate. Lillian Whoa! Fox News an hour to the close
The Meal Prep
"Hey everyone. It's me Lisa. Lillian also known as hungry girl I am here for another episode of Chew. The right thing with my good pals and Co workers and BFF's Mikey and Jamie Hey guys. Hello Lisa, how are you? Good. We missed you last week and we missed you last week. I mean. By we I mean me. Yeah, we were podcast last week. We had a busy crazy week. And we took a little time off I. Hope People Forgave US was anybody said Did, they even notice Regina Regina might have been sad. All Sir number. One. Fan Regina's GonNa love that shout but I'm really happy to be back. I have to say like this week's episode is so good. It's one of those episodes that we have been toying around with for a while and the requests for have just been pouring pouring pouring pouring in. So this is I like to call it the meal prep assode get it. Because it's a meal prep episode so it's the meal prep assode. And meal prepping is so hot right now and we are going to dive into. So much of what people can do to make their lives easier were answering fan questions. Is it weird to call them fans? No. It's all right. We're friends and FRENEMIES. From our hungry girl peeps and I am super excited. Are you like I know you're a big meal pepper? Yeah, I'm excited Oh good Mike you. I'm the meal prep or the family for the most part but what do you do like just like lineup jars of peanut butter is that how you meal prep much that's about. Ninety eight percent of the work is July up the jars. And the rest is knives. You have the smaller I the bigger nine for the chunky peanut butter I know. Exactly All Right Mike. I'm sorry I'm sorry for giving you a hard time time giving you a hard time and now you're going to give us. Who does sit like were there's right. Everybody Likes Workers Right Yeah Oh yeah. Okay. So they have new flavors coming out this fall. Are you ready to hear what they are share? Okay. So we got pumpkin spice, Caramel, apple and cinnamon cream, and this makes me extremely happy because I don't have the patience for hard candy. So they're going to be available in the soft choose which means. Less, work for me. Less work no, it's more work you have to get that. Out of your teeth. Yeah. That's true. Good Point. Good point I didn't do. They have soft candy now I think. So I think the don't you. I only know like workers, my grandmother who was like the cutest human being alive was obsessed with warriors and when I was young living in New York, I would drive to us every Sunday and I bring her a bag of workers and we would enjoy them. I love them and I was like looking forward to these I will try them but I didn't realize they were. Chewy. Bet really good though. Maybe, put him on top of like ice cream or something I don't know what? The not be really hard to eat. They'll be in Mike have you met us? Does that really sound like something we would do probably not something I would. Maybe. A. Well I have your weekend plans already for you. Are you ready? You know what you're going to be doing this weekend Lisa. Tell me tie dye with wine. Okay. This is the newest craze I guess in with people who are still in quarantine. So basically, what you do is you use wine as the is the die and you make tidy shirts with wine. I can link to a website on our food cast page. They'll show you how to do it. The only thing I would suggest is use a cheap bottle. You don't WanNA use like a forty dollar bottle of wine to make touch short. So get like two buck chuck at Traderjoes what about if you only use like? The white wine what if I only like Chardonnay and the House without worrying. Pattern. Do Tie I. Don't know I've been tie-dying Teen I. Think I've. I've dyed like six or. Items Minimum I made my sister birthday tie-dye pants. I've made I've taken a lot of my vintage t shirts I'm GonNa, try this I. think it sounds it sounds really fun and the best part is like if I do open a bottle of wine a very rarely finish it. So it's something to do with the wine the extra red wine that's just been sitting in your fridge. If you get thirsty, you can like ring out the extra into your mouth. As long as it's clean shirt. That's all I got. Okay. Well so let's get into the subject of the day. Subject of the day is meal prep and you know I personally like I always say I'm kind of uncoordinated in the kitchen I don't think of myself. I was like I'm a meal prep or do I have the patience to sit and prepare things and put them in cute little containers and I was thinking no, that's not very me. But when I thought about it further I was. Like that is not really what the definition of meal prepping is to me and to US Jamie and we've had this conversation philosophically. It's really anything that you can do to make your life easier when it comes to thinking about what foods you're going to be eating for the week, right? Yes. It is preparing for your meals, not necessarily just preparing meals exactly, and especially you know during this time when we are home a lot more we may or may not be. Getting takeout or bringing in food a lot of our food is being made by us like it's now is the best time ever to start thinking about what you can do to make your life easier. So you don't fall back and make that phone, call an order that pizza in or just grab something that you might not be happy that you ate afterwards. So the best thing you can do is really thinking advance about what you can keep on hand how you can. Either prepare it or how you will prepare it, and so you're ready for anything. It's
Chevron Agrees to Acquire Houston-Based Noble Energy
"Panda panda Maket Maket major major deal deal making making in in the the energy energy sector. sector. It's It's the the biggest biggest deal deal to to be be announced announced in in the the industry industry since since oil oil prices prices plunged plunged in in March, March, crushed crushed by by Corona Corona virus virus shutdowns shutdowns and and a a face face off off between between Saudi Saudi Arabia Arabia and Russia. Chevron acquiring Houston based oil and gas producer Noble Energy in a roughly $5 billion all stock take over This will expand Chevron's present in top U. S. Shale fields in the Southwest and also give the California based corporation assets in the Mediterranean and West Africa. Lillian
The Forgotten Favorites Episode
"Hey there. It's me Lisa. Lillian also known as hungry girl. I am super excited to be here for yet. Another episode of the chew the right thing podcast. How are you? Mike Jamie were good. How are you I am good less melty than I was over the weekend. It's finally cooling off. Fine a line. At least you didn't have a power failure in your house. That is so true. Thank goodness. But if you have a power failure, that's the best excuse to eat everything in the freezer. Is Facing. I was like Tonita everything well Mike. Kept telling me. Don't open the refrigerator or the freezer, so that was my reason, not to and little known fact. That's probably a known fact. I didn't know it. The CDC recommends that you can keep things in the refrigerator for up to four hours as long as you don't open the refrigerator, but after four hours with longer now I throw it all things so I think you can just never open the fridge. I, just like I remember when I, was a child in the power to go out and I want to eat everything. Like funny, it's funny I'm talking about a childhood memory because today's episode is all about forgotten favorites. It's just Retro Very Retro today which I like because I consider myself kind of retro person I feel like all of my like my sensibility, my style. My tastes are a little retro. So agree. Yeah, little, vintage vintage A. I. Don't I'll take that as a compliment. but we've got it all today. We have some tasting. We have a sponsor. We've got news. We have a rousing game of chew or false right. Columbus. I can't even believe it. I'm so excited so I think we should probably just jump on in. have. You heard of avocado milk now. Okay? Well, apparently, it's Jamie have you heard of it only because I. Go on. L.. Apparently, it's a big deal in New Zealand, and it's about to hit the US. The drink is ninety calories a cup and has made with oats, honey freeze dried avocado water and lentil extract and it also they also have a chocolate flavor along with the regular flavor, and the chocolate actually is also ninety calories. They just add cocoa to it. So, we gotta get ourselves some of this and try and try and house the fat content to. We know I didn't look grams per cup. North Bad. Okay now I would try the I trip told. It doesn't sound delicious to me, but I love trying new. Milk Products, and it's always good to check out a new chocolate milk swab, because that calorie count is pretty good so I will give it a shot, but not so excited, so this one is really more for your niece. Lauren and all the other begins out there. Have you ever heard of the Vegan? Hawaiian store called Veg, oh. Okay so it's. It's dubbed the Costco. For vegans and it's an actual story can go and pick up stuff now. It's going to be on the mainland by the end of the summer. It's going to be for delivery only so you order it on to kind of gambling. You ordered online and they they'll send out to you in I guess freeze packed. Boxes and they have every Vegan brand like everyone. I didn't have to name them all. They literally have every V and brand in the store. Oh, wow, that's really cool, so there's not going to be like an actual physical brick and mortar location. It's all online right it's going to be. They're gonNA. PUT Basically warehouses in the major cities, probably at first, and then like Amazon you'll order it, and they'll ship it out from those those warehouses interesting. Amazing I think that's going to be super popular now it's like that. Love it. There's a lot of actually vegan products. That was so funny I was just thinking like. I spend a lot of time. 'cause I am the ultimate carnivore, but I say now these days it's fifty fifty whether I reach for something. That's actually like an animal, product or something. That's made by Gardena or AMY's. That is just sort of a substitute and I love them both so I will be partaking true excellent. All right so we a sponsor this week and we have a good one. I love sponsored segments where we get to taste food and we're going to do that today, so our show today's brought to you by back to nature back to nature that sounds so healthy, doesn't it and fitting for today's episode back to you know? That's right, but this is not. It's actually not a retro ran. It's a very like hip and cool brand. That has a ton of stuff I was so excited I have to be honest about the portion control. Many chocolate chunk cookies that are incredible. They have cookies. They have crackers. You guys like Fudge Man I. Know Mike. You're like a mint. Fudge Mint Person, aren't you? Yeah I definitely love the the Mindy Fudgy things for sure said yeah, they have a fudge mint cookie. That's amazing. They have organic stone, ground, wheat, crackers, and I love the flax seed flat breads like they have these huge flat breads that are so crunchy and incredible. We had them. I think we had them at Hungary lamb for a while, and they were like everybody was just eating them like they were going out of style, which they are not there in style, but their new. New Protein crackers is what we're going to try today, so the protein crackers come in two flavors I have one flavor. You guys have another flavor and we're GONNA try them. I love them because they are made with P.. Protein pea protein is very hot right now, so these happen to be plant based and everything back to nature as plant based. I should start by saying that also so even their cookies right there Vegan right everything is plenty Everything's plant-based inspired by nature. Simple ingredients all right so. I'm going to bite into my We're GONNA. Try Wait. What flavor do you have because I have roasted garlic and Basil? Back to nature plant based PEA protein crackers. Would you have? I'm so excited. These are the whole lot of seeds, crackers, flax, Chia poppy and hemp seeds. They look so good and they're the big flat ones to which I like
"lillian" Discussed on Everything is Alive
"The satis everything is alive. The show is produced by Jennifer Mills and me. Log with Eva Walchhofer special. Thanks to Emily SPIVAK. Our editor is Hillary. Frank, Lillian. The song was played by Lillian King. You can find her music under Lillian King on spotify apple music and more. The chorus was played by Richard Parks the third Richard hosts. Richards famous food podcast, which is incredible. Go listen to it as soon as you're done with this. The Saxophone Solo you heard in the middle of the show was a foggy day performed by Julian Brandon `age. Everything is alive is a proud member of radio topiary from Pierre Ex without Julia Shapiro executive producer. We would be in no one's heads. You can get in touch with us. Any number of ways via everything is alive com..
"lillian" Discussed on Everything is Alive
"Be stuck in a brain there because some unlocked you, but then you're detained. Then few heads, and sometimes it's fine, but others. It's not depends on them, Can you describe what it's like in ahead at first, I'm like wait. Where am I? What is this place? It's dark and cramped, and I could use some space. There's instincts and memories of XS runamuck. Shot at get out and you realize you're stuck after looking for. You just sit and stare and that's when you see. Those other thoughts stuck in there. So you're like actually encountering the other thoughts.
"lillian" Discussed on SantaCruznKitchen Podcast
"Yeah you remember that one restaurant in Florida. And they're like no. We never went to that one because that was the year. Jack brought the Buick. And they're like no that isn't Jack didn't by the that year that was the year we went to Atlanta remember. The year we went to Florida he just bought the Lincoln and gotten the new tires and I feel like I listen to their stories for forty five minutes. Tell me about the restaurant. So then we're like. Oh it was the Harley show that it was a fabric show this story and then it was a restaurant Williams so it down the street. You could never make a reservation and there was sort of a line out the door so this when you can now make a reservation which makes it so much easier so much easier so early their five thirty and with not a lot of tables but by the time we lift like quoted to seven. It was packed. Oh yeah as it went on and got more and more packed I walked in there. I think there were only like four tables. Take some people were at the bar when I first got there before you and tell you almost at the table over down. I sat down a bench and went to hold onto the table to move in and before I knew what the fate candles on the ground. Thank God we didn't catch anything on fire. The water glass shattered in the little. You know they have an open kitchen clapping. We really yeah. I think for that I was glad to see her that to leave my almost the same really again on the corner of the table and the thing. Almost I don't know if it's a little popsicles stable eating so it's interesting it's got one right on the corner and then one on the bright side from the parking lot which when. I got there the parking lot was full when I lift. It was totally packed. And does she the parking lot with the post office and the gym so? Ghrabieh the gym as well a lot of people because the time of day. So it's GonNa fi that you can sit at the bar and it's got as you said an open kitchen and it's got a very nice atmosphere when you say just bustling around and it's happy. It smells like great food. And Yeah and this sort of a buzz going on so next to us was a table of May be ten people obviously come in constantly. The owner came over and see how low and say oh. You should try this wine and it. Was You know ten? The ten people were older and they were couples and it was just sort of that lovely feeling of a local join. Yeah family restaurant connections to it. Yeah exactly so. Let's food all right. What did you have I had? I had the sole so it was a because even though I was going to Lillian which is an Italian restaurant. I'm avoiding wheat. So it was really a bad choice but the sole was delicious was saul and then head mashed potatoes and Broccoli knee on it so delicious. The soul is a little bland but then I remembered that actually given me some sauce for which was like a lemon capable which was delicious. They were the garlic mashed potatoes with an appetizer. I forgot Oh right did you. You had a salad right. I think that yes. Yes so I had the soup of the day which was like a cream of block leave with something else which was divine and it wasn't I asked for the Cup and it was a bowl right. Yeah and it was delicious. I just inhaled it. It was so good. Yeah and they bring you bread and the soup and then I got the soul and I had very nice meal. Yeah I did too the first I had the salad which was a A Rula with candy walnuts and Fettuccini es and newest. Mvp beach roasted beads. That in itself could have been a meal. I mean it was a huge. It was delicious and I tried one of the beats in Walsh's and it tasted like it had been cooked day in that reservoir. It's like wasn't like they opened a pack right and then for my dinner I had. She's looking at our notes people because she writes it down for dinner. I know what you had desert chicken Parmesan that's right. Yes chicken Parmesan we can always cut. That part out certainly goes also. I had the chief John Chicken Palm. She got a ball small ball of Pasta with like an American our source and then she got this plate with chicken. Yeah I couldn't tell it was chicken because it was a couple of hours Wilson Change and everything but it was delicious and so much food that I brought half at home and had the next day for lunch. I had most of the pasta the next day and half the chicken joy said food but then was one of the things that another reason. You didn't quite finish to have some desert yet and I would say root for dessert every leftovers as opposed to eat everything that we got and the term by the way did make it till the next morning but it did not make it. I was going to bring it to work but I ate for breakfast. Well it's Sorta gone coughing got cream. It could be breakfast. Thought about that way the term so I've had a little bit and it was delicious and they make. Will they desserts in house because we asked. Yeah so the pacing was really good. Food coming out Centering how busy they got. How quickly yes still kept up everything they just like a well oiled machine over there and you also got a glass of wine right. Oh I did. Yeah Yeah and one of those days. I sat down on my table after actually and everything else on the floor and I was like well. It looks like Gosh Brian. That's wanting to go this and so just getting ready to white. I D. I think they have one suggested in one by the glass. Yeah it was. It was really good. I had not a good glass of red wine and a while. I really enjoyed okay. Good so and we'll see. What did we spend so between the two of us? I'm so that was two appetizers soups one soup. One Salad to Mainz in a desert and a glass of wine so it was hundred with deb. That seems reasonable to me. Well you know reasonable if you've got one hundred ten dollars so this way we trying to do a whole range of restaurants because that may be out of somebody's range now. I didn't get anything to go like mine. Was I scoffed at all right there? But you got another meal count tear missy for breakfast meals and we go so on our rating scale of one if zero or if the bottom is focused. I'm out of here. Yeah if the Middle One was second helping I might come back. And if the third one was plate liquor which is. I loved it. I'm coming back and bringing France. What was it to you? Oh I was at home. Look in the box definitely the next day. I couldn't take my second helping in there and off I went it was a notice. You're like Oh definitely liquor. Yeah so for me. It was more like a sake in helping. Okay so I'm the sole was pre-printed which made me think that even though it was good made me think that it was not the fresh fish of the day. Oh really yeah I because I asked if they could not read. It was the spatial if they could not breathe it and she's like Oh no which made me Think maybe they pre-printed in the morning. It made me think that it was not fresh right because normally when you have fresh you can break as you go raiding get yeah a little soggy So that would just be me and I didn't. I didn't think to ask flatwoods so for me because I didn't have pasta right and I've been there before and has a pasta so it was a second helping but I would definitely go back and when I'm eating wait yes stuff my face so yeah because a lot of things are wheat based a lot of things that we pay so. If you're a vegetarian differently you can have a lot of times if you're a Vegan. Nah Pretty slight. Even in Yawkey comes with you know it comes with a source like cheese cheese or cream sauce so you could have a salad. You'd have to have them hold the So you'd be a little limited vegan. Vegetarian lots and lots of choices. You know eight completion and hot so that was that was. Yeah so and you know the soup. I would've vegetarian and it was a cream. Rockley crane meaning. They would've put cream however they could have used chicken base. I didn't think to ask but you know overall I thought it was an ideal agree. I love going there if you've been there lot. When I've gone to a show across the street I went with my friend charity. Misuse charity and we had the big lamb. Lord is not likeable was a giant lamb. Thing Elaine Shakes Park so yeah. I've been there before when you have. Reservations is much easier because every time you try go before it would be just kind of a shot in the dark while we're going to be getting in or should we you know if we get there and it's a two hour wait should we had. Where should we go? You always had to have a backup plan now. You make a reservation at no. You're going to get there and being there about a year. Yeah Yeah Okay. So that was the liens. So thank you for joining us with some words of food wisdom. We do. Don't bother me. I'M EATING. Thanks for joining us.
"lillian" Discussed on The Culture of Being
"Figuring because I could see like lights and I was like and then everybody was laughing. I heard everybody laughing and I looked around and I was like. Oh Shit Room. And they were all like cracking me. And they were like a flake. Figure it's glow stick and they're like what I think. I'm high party awkward realization when you like everybody notices. Oh my God I felt great. Those amazing my. I always feel like this. Is this like finally been open? Damn what the dark in this room. The Sun was warmer and a whole bag of chips. Happy Fun time. My first time was crazy. It was like Kaleidoscope Vision like I was seriously like tripping. It felt like shit like faulk. I think I'M GONNA dream and everybody's laughing at me Kunin dream. The I just couldn't even speak correctly I felt. So how'd I remember this also like a lot of Everything I'm saying is so like a legal. You're really not supposed to do that. Shit but you I was like would back road bunce like we would drive in our car and smoke blunts like on the back roads in more allegedly. Yeah and we just listen to music in is like just the funnest times and I just remember like being so fucking high like I don't even like from one blunt zoo wishing like one blunt would make the whole entire evening. Like just fun dude. It was crazy. Batting's ideologue though it'd be like the copter.
"lillian" Discussed on The Culture of Being
"You get like the brick the solid Brigham at move. I never got Reggie before like. Somebody's like sold it to me like there was like pot coordinated that mind green ship glueck. How Lime Green? In that popcorn showed breaking up and seven thousand season fall out it was layer layer to be so fucking chart fifteen dams. Like what does that mean he? Yeah they were weird and then like we discovered Dank like the first time I remember twenty five dollars g or something all my God I used to pay twenty six thousand eight. I remember was kid. I was orange. Kush it was like what the this is. We'd remember that's supposed to be Kirsch. It a try. Remember me in air. It is the first time I ever got air to smoke weed minute some day. No Shoe Yeah. Some kind of coach. So we got from that Brucie Dude. Who had on the south lifeless crazy back then? I ride a take hit. That'd be like half cashed handed and he'd be like completely cashed. It hit to gauge. He'd get nothing. But what the fuck you chick like Bob. The weed and she'd be like dues cash and we did until the weed was gone and may their high as fuck engage in. That girl are pissed so they left him as the first one area. I've got your dad was like a meeting or something called a debt. How do you make bake bucket and asked me to know? I haven't made Bacon. Dude.
"lillian" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Which remember the night before they only looked at from the doorway? So the bed appear to be in the same condition as it was in the day before during their first walk through. But this time they did notice a ladies wristwatch and a pair of glasses on the floor next to the bed. So now, they're just filled with this feeling of dread. Of course, it was sergeant Sutton that went up there. I and he pulled back the comforter knowing he was going to find something awful any saw women's foot- near the foot of the bed. And then he saw the face of a baby in this baby had been dead for some time. He assumed that it was the smiling nine month old who'd been reported missing Lillian and he'd seen. This little babies pictures all over the house, smiling happy healthy little girl. But he couldn't be sure it was her. Her because her face was battered in on recognizable. So somebody had hurt her killed her, of course. But her face as well as if they're some kind of a beating Rachel was dead. Also, and she was lying in the fetal position with Lillian clutch to her chest Lillian was lying on her back cradled next to her mother. But the manner of death was not immediately known only when the state medical examiner arrived to move the bodies in Lillian was pulled from Rachel did the police see that Lillian had been shot in her stomach and that bullet had passed through her and hit Rachel in her torso. But there was also a small hole in the center of Rachel's forehead just above her hairline. In addition to the baby's gunshot wound. Something had happened to her face as if she'd been hit punched in the face. There were bruises around her left eye her nose in her mouth along with blood and mucus crested on her nostrils lips. It's this is a horrific. Find. Isn't it? So the piece of shit who killed him. Yeah. Beater it. Hit a baby. Yeah. Unbelievable knew it was. So was not found in the house and this led to a search for him and the Entwistle's car early on Middlesex DA, Martha Coakley spoke to the public. Yesterday afternoon. Approximately six thirty or so on fairly routine wellbeing hip at six half in Hopkinton, the Hopkinton police wedge to check on Rachel whistle age. Twenty seven husband, Neil Entwistle. Also, h twenty-seven editor nine local daughter Lillian Entwistle when police did enter they discovered upstairs on a dead the bodies of Rachel Entwistle and her daughter at that time. There was no obvious signs of our play. I run a cly release believe they were deceased, but did not anytime violence or what the jet would be. We have been in the process of locating. He'll Wissel afforded believe is traveling funeral where he may be. He has some ideas where he meant. Took this forty five minutes for the state troopers to locate the vehicle in one of the parking lots Logan airport. It had been parked in the garage since ten forty nine pm on Saturday night, which is just hours after Joanna had showed up at the end whistle home airport. Security cameras had captured Neil pulling into the garage eight fourteen pm, but he left for some reason at nine thirty four investigators would later learn the driven several other Matic.
"lillian" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"So cute. Cute. Rituals happy, and she wanted people to know how will her life. It turned out. She was married to a handsome Englishman. She's going to live in England. Life was everything she could possibly have dream could be. So that makes this story. Even more set, doesn't it? It does. I think she was getting away from her delusion when she died. They hadn't been married that long. It happened pretty quickly. I know well, the photos on their website where evidence that she was succeeding in life interference. We're really thrilled about it. Even though Neil seem to bit standoffish to them. They were satisfied because he really seemed to make Rachel happy working as a high school teacher, Rachel earned the respect and the trust of her students she taught drama and English and she would chat and joke with them after class smiling, and they would tease her about her New England accent, Rachel was also friendly with the other teachers, but they never saw much of Neil who had this secretive job with the military company. But. Rachel definitely seemed to be in love, and she would just smile light up the room when she talked about her husband. He was everything to her. And she was also anxious to start a family so less than two years after their wedding. She had their baby girl Lillian Lillian rose Entwistle, and she was born in England in April of two thousand five a really cute little baby. Although they all are I guess, but her face looked like Rachel's, and she was just a happy baby. Her parents took hundreds of pictures of her shoes, a pretty photogenic kids. She was cute. So one of lily's first photos was taken by nurse at the hospital. And this was of Neil in Rachel with newborn Lillian sweater between them in a white blanket. And they posted that picture along with a bunch of other ones on there. Rachel and Neil website. Just a few months after Lillian. This porn new beginning complaining ritual that his working class. Upbringing was going to hold them back from real financial..
"lillian" Discussed on Great Women of Business
"Revenue and solid potential for growth. The best course of action is to wait until your company is on solid ground before attempting an IPO after decades of steady growth. Lillian knew this was finally the right time to take the leap in nineteen eighty-seven. The Lillian Vernon corporation opened on the American stock exchange now known as the new York Stock Exchange. It was the first company traded on a major stock exchange that was founded by a woman that first year they collected twenty eight million dollars from trading one point nine. Nine million shares in the company. It was a smart move. The Lillian Vernon corporation was still growing exponentially and now they had money to seriously invest in their future. Within the next year, Fred oversaw the construction of their new distribution facility which opened in nineteen eighty eight that year sales skyrocketed to one hundred twenty six million dollars nearly two hundred sixty eight million dollars today. But as Lillian learned before business success and marital success don't always go hand in hand in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight Lillian and Robert Katz divorced after eighteen years of marriage as Lillian later wrote in her autobiography, quote his eyesight and hearing failed and in his rage at life. He struck out at the person nearest to him me and quote, Lillian now sixty one marked her second divorce. With a bolt choice, she would no longer be known by the surnames of her husband's past present or future. She would rather associate herself with something more permanent and more personal her business in nineteen ninety. She officially changed her name to Lillian Vernon. The nineteen nineties proved a tumultuous time for Lillian Vernon, the woman and the company in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine for son, Fred hockberg had been promoted to chief operating officer and president of the company. Fred had already taken over many of the day to day operations of the company. And the idea was that he would soon take control of the company completely wants his mother retired, but Lillian now in her sixties showed no signs of slowing down in nineteen Ninety-three Forty-one-year-old Fred abruptly left the company publicly, Fred claimed he was leaving to focus on charitable and political causes. This was technically true. He went on to be the acting administrator of the small business administration, co-chair of the human rights campaign and chairman of the Export Import Bank. But it was rumored that the real reason for his departure was. A dispute with Lillian about the timing of this takeover of the company. It's possible that after nineteen years of working for his strict work, obsessed mother, Fred, couldn't bear the stress a day longer. Lillian later, said, quote, regrettably, I believe that Fred never heard my gratitude apparent criticism often sounds louder than praise and quote. Once again, Lillian demanding temperament in the workplace had destroyed her relationship with one of her closest family members. She'd Fanta learn the oldest business principle in the book, family and business don't mix. Lillies younger son, David continued to work for the company as vice president of public affairs, but he was his father's son. He had no ambitions to run the company neither Fred nor David, both in their early forties had children of their own to bring into the company fold without a successor. The aging Lillian would have to stay on and shepherd the Lillian Vernon corporation through the nineties herself. The early nineties were difficult time for everyone in the mail order industry. In the fifties. There had been only a few dozen mail order catalogs in circulation by the nineties. There were more than ten thousand and they were all competing with shopping malls discount chains like WalMart and TV channels like the home shopping network with the market. So oversaturated the Lillian Vernon corporation would have to do something different to set themselves apart in nineteen Ninety-four Lillian turned her focus. To new technologies TV shopping and the internet items from the Lillian Vernon catalogue were sold on QVC shopping network, and the entire catalogue was included on one of the first major online shopping CD roms a year later, the company launched their AOL storefront including an online catalogue and website. Lillian was practicing unnecessary business principle
"lillian" Discussed on Great Women of Business
"Big book catalogs were truly big. They were hundreds or sometimes thousands of pages long offering everything from appliances to clothing kitchenware. They were one stop shops aimed mostly at rural consumers. Who were unable to make it to a physical store. The Lillian Vernon, catalog on the other hand was aimed at the growing suburban market. She focused in on a specific specially curated selection of items that gave her catalog a recognizable brand that appeal to middle class women in urban areas and suburbs as Lillian described it quote, we keyed into a yearning for a more personal time a time when simple values and an upbeat outlook were the norm. For American families. We identified a desire for a Ford -able useful and basic merchandise and fill the need and quote she was practicing a crucial business principle, strong branding, the catalog cultivated, a specific consistent image. The customers would grow to recognize and trust. A company today that excels at branding is Starbucks. Coffee. Starbucks operates twenty eight thousand. Two hundred eighteen cafes worldwide, but each location has the same signature drinks and the same warm, welcoming interior design. According to business analyst. Dan Gaiman every aspect of the coffee chain's offerings is tailored to complement their core branding. They're newer product offerings, including lunch, including breakfast, food, etc. Even the music, I think they're viewed as complementary to their current coffee offerings. The first Lillian Vernon catalogue was sent out to all one hundred and twenty five thousand names on the mailing list. Lillian had been accruing since the company began five years earlier. It was a smashing success by nineteen fifty eight. Two years after the first catalog was circulated. Annual sales climbed to five hundred thousand dollars nearly four point four million dollars in today's money with that growth came new opportunities in nineteen fifty. Eight Vernon specialties opened a wholesale division and began selling their monogrammed jewelry to another mail order company Spencer gifts. By the end of the year, they had contracts to sell their merchandise with four. Four other mail order companies in nineteen sixty Vernon. Specialties incorporated that same year they once again move to a bigger headquarters in the nearby town of new Rochelle, they needed an entire warehouse to store all their merchandise. What had started as a one woman operation on a suburban kitchen table had become a bonafide corporation as it turned out there was already another corporation registered under the name Vernon specialties. So Lillian and Sam eventually settled on changing the company name to Lillian Vernon. Ninety nine percent of the customers were women and they believed pudding. A female name on the company would help earn their trust more than that. Lillian like the idea of officially putting her own name on the company. By the time, the name change became official in nineteen sixty five. It had been fourteen years since she placed her first ad seventeen MAG. Zine in nineteen fifty one. She was finally ready to assert her place in the company. She had created by nineteen sixty two a magnetized Bobby pin Cup in the Lillian Vernon. Catalogue drew the attention of cosmetics, giant Revlon, and she was offered a contract to distribute her products under the Revlon banner. Shortly after that, she received similar offers from Elizabeth Arden max factor and maybe Ling Vernon, specialties company success was rapid, but it wasn't easily won Lillian and SAM's different approaches to business where source of tension within the company and within their marriage Lilian was daring and driven almost to the point of obsession, whereas Sam was cautious level headed, and rather lackadaisical about business. In his own words, quote, I just wanted to earn enough money to live the good life and quote. They often fought over shipment numbers. With Lillian preferring to over order and risk having unsold leftovers while Sam aired on the side of ordering too little and having to reorder. If they oversold their stock, Sam told Lillian quote, if you wanna gamble, go to Las Vegas and quote, but Lillian knew that it was better to end up with unsold merchandise than to risk irritating customers with unusually long. Wait times she said in mail order where you don't see your customers, the customer relationship is built on trust. Building trust with customers is an important principle for every business. If your customers are satisfied, they'll be more likely to purchase again, and they'll
"lillian" Discussed on Great Women of Business
"Her father often center out to high end stores on Fifth Avenue to scout out fashionable purses, which he would then duplicate and sell to department stores at lower prices. Perhaps because of her careful observation of the women around her. She had a knack for choosing items that sold. Well, she intuitively noticed the little things that most sales people had to train themselves to look for the subtle differences in tastes between younger women and older, the early comings and goings of trends. She called this ability, her golden gut in reality. This wasn't a magical ability. It was a well established business principle. Know your market Lillian, 's, intuitive, ability to follow trends and pinpoint what consumers wanted would become one of her defining traits as a businesswoman later in life. Although Herman expected young Lillian to participate in the family business, it was always presumed that her brother Fred would eventually be the one to inherited as she later recalled. Her family was modern in their belief that women should work and succeed in business. But. Old fashioned in their expectation that women should also become wives and mothers. But Fred's hopes of taking over the family business soon came to an abrupt halt, Fred was drafted into the army during World War Two and in June nineteen. Forty four at the age of twenty. He was killed by a grenade during the invasion of Normandy, the Menteith family was crushed. They had fled their home to escape the Nazi occupation that in the end, the violence still claimed their son's life seventeen year old Lillian took her grief in stride. She finished high school and enrolled at the nearby New York University where she studied psychology. But during her junior year, she dropped out and went to work at her father's shop full-time. After the war ended. His long struggling sales finally picked up. And now business was booming. Lillian valued the work experience more than she valued a college education, not long after leaving. College. She met someone who would change the course of her life completely her future husband in February nineteen. Forty, nine Lillian then twenty two was a weekend trip to New Jersey with her parents determined to make the best of the cold dreary weekend. She went to a party in their hotel ballroom where the thirty one year old, Sam hockberg Astor to dance. Sam was a charming carefree man who ran a lingerie shop in mount Vernon, New York, just a bit north of New York City. Aside from his profession, he had nothing in common with Lillian career driven, disciplined family. She later recalled quote, he brought out my fun loving side so long submerged by incessant work, and the deep sadness of losing my brother. After that weekend, the two cat seeing each other and a few months later they were engaged, Lillian loved Sam. But as the wedding drew closer, she found herself doubting. Him for the very reason that she'd been drawn to him in the first place. His carefree attitude towards business, his lingerie stores. Sales were middling, and he would take long breaks in the afternoon to play tennis, leading his mother to tend the shop. She later recalled her misgivings quote when we were married, would I be left minding the store? Would he be able to support me and quote? But despite her reservations Lillian married Sam in September, nineteen, forty nine. They made their home and SAM's hometown of mount Vernon, New York for the first few months of their marriage, Lilian supplemented SAM's income by working part time jobs as a bookkeeper and sales clerk. But she soon quit because of the social stigma against wives working outside the home during World War Two women had entered the workforce in droves while their husbands were serving overseas. But when the war ended in nineteen Forty-five married women. Women were expected to return to their housework as Lillian put it. A working wife was an embarrassing commentary on her husband's earning power. The only conceivable reason woman would work outside the home was if her husband didn't make enough to support the family. At the time, it didn't occur to Lillian to question this belief. She left her work behind and contented herself with household chores, neighborhood canasta games and lazy afternoons spent flipping through magazines dreaming of what you would buy if she had the money, SAM's annual salary of three thousand nine hundred dollars around forty thousand dollars a year in today's money was enough to keep the childless household running for a couple of years, but in nineteen fifty. One, the hawk bergs were met with the blessing and financial burden. Twenty four year old Lillian was pregnant. Lillian news, Sam salary wouldn't be enough to comfortably support a child, but as a pregnant woman. In a culture that discouraged mothers from working, she would never be hired outside the home. There was only one solution to her dilemma. If she wanted a job, she would have to start her own business. The plan came to her while thumbing through issues of seventeen and glamour. One day she had an eye for fashion trends and a father who manufactured leather goods. What if she created her own accessories advertised them in magazines and sold them by mail from right here in our own home in September nineteen, fifty one twenty four years old and four months pregnant Lillian hockberg took the two thousand dollar nest egg she and Sam had saved from wedding gifts, nearly twenty thousand dollars today and invested it in her new mail order business, which she named Vernon specialties company after their town. Mount Vernon, Sam was skeptical of the plan, draining their savings on a gamble like this right before their baby was born was a huge risk, but Lillian was not a woman who took no for an answer, and eventually Sam acquiesced lily. And plan to market her products to teenage girls and young women a'demographic she knew, well, she worked with her father to design a line of handbags that were simple, fresh and stylish with a long shoulder strap and a metal crest on the front. She would monogram them by hand with each customer's initials with matching monogrammed
"lillian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"He went back to israeli year later i came back i i yeah i came back with the beard and with d'etudes everywhere and he fell in love with lillian i was playing the guitar and as soon as she walked in i stop playing i know how when he started dating lillian waffle wasn't coming around much i didn't deal with it that much you know i have i have tim year was living his life he proposed to lillian she said yes and then after a long break from wafa tim year and lillian got an invitation to waffles daughter's wedding younger daughter's wedding cleese the same age as me now i was surprised that they invited me because i haven't talked to them in a while but lillian was also surprised imagine celebrating a wedding with a woman who thinks your fiance is her husband the love of her life and my fiance said that it would be awkward if she was at the party tim year had a decision to make to go back with the risk of getting involved with the family again or to stay away and disappoint all of wada's relatives i really thought about that like do i want that again tim year didn't want to get sucked back in and lillian really didn't want him hanging around wada's wife but tim you're new he was different now he told lillian he had things under control so now i can control it lifetime the one who could control everything like woofer could just be there i could bound him to to not do anything you know to just to put like handcuffs and his hands and just put him in a corner like you can't do anything and i'm the one i'm the boss you know so they got into the car and drove the two hours to office village for his daughter's wedding did it for the bride so she wouldn't feel that he and lillian walk in a little late and no one's talking to them to feels awkward and cracks a joke as a joke like you start the wedding without being you know and then the family swarms him everyone gathered was crazy the father game you know and everyone was crying even the men like my nephew who who was the first one to come.
"lillian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"First things he did in switzerland was scattered tattoo it's a stone that's like a jewel evil hands coming out of it on top and an owl like escaping the hands it's almost being cats by the hands but it's escaping them with feathers flying everywhere escaping you know being suppressed he went back to israeli year later i came back i i came back with the beard and with d'etudes everywhere and he fell in love with lillian i was playing the guitar and as soon as she walked in top playing i didn't know how when he started dating lillian waffle wasn't coming around much i didn't deal with it that much you know i have i have a life tim year was living his life he proposed to lillian she said yes and then after a long break from wafa ten year lillian got an invitation to wa fas daughter's wedding younger daughter's wedding he's the same age as me now i was surprised that they invited me because i haven't talked to them in a while but lillian was also surprised an celebrating a wedding with a woman who thinks your fiance is her husband the love of her life and my fiance said that it would be awkward if she was at the party year had a decision to make to go back with the risk of getting involved with the family again or to stay away and disappoint all of waffles relatives are really thought about that like do i want that again ten year didn't want to get sucked back in and lillian really didn't want him hanging around wada's wife but demure knew he was different now he told lillian he had things under control so now i can control it like i'm the one who could control everything like woofer could just be there i could bound him to to not to do anything you know to just to put like handcuffs on his hands and just put him in a corner like you can't do anything and i'm the one i'm the boss you know so they got into the car and drove the two hours to office village for his daughter's wedding did it for the bride so she wouldn't feel bad he and lillian walk in a.
"lillian" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
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