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Miss Kay Robertson Shares a Powerful Story About Her Husband Phil

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:26 min | 3 months ago

Miss Kay Robertson Shares a Powerful Story About Her Husband Phil

"Back. I'm talking to miss K Robertson and Lisa Roberts in the book his sister roar and miss K, you just said something. I know you told me this story before, but I can't believe it. You said that your husband Phil, the duck commander, he was so bad, this is it right at the beginning of your marriage, that he threw you and the kids out of the house. He needed some peace because you were nothing but trouble, obviously. Yes, because I was preaching at this at 27. I really, you know, my Jesus and lord of my life. Before I was a small kid, I didn't exactly know what it meant, but I became a Christian, and I just, you know, I tried to suddenly say thanks and not me, but that's what we got. I was being a holy role or something. He didn't like it. So that's when he put us out and I'll never forget it was a rainy night and I had a boat swag and man three little boys piled every time we could get in a Volkswagen and we went to his brother's house and I asked his brother we stay there because feel put us out and he said only one night, only one night you can stay and I was like, okay and then I said, mind if I only one night because I didn't think I'd ever done anything to offend you and he said, hey, it's not you at all. I'm scared to fail. That's what he said. I'm scared of him. So I said, okay, so I can to the present time we live in now and went to the church, the big church that we got to. And I just told him, I said, I need help, you know? And we got in a little apartment, it was paid by what you make. And I already made 250,000 a month. So that's all I had. And me and the boys, we just prayed for him every day, and they got on the bus, probably it's called the pink buses and if you invite the neighbors, like, come, so it really helped my kids with their loss of not having their daddy. But we prayed for him. We prayed for him and then quickly to end this. He came to my work at a lunchtime, and I was coming in from lunch and my girlfriend said, oh no, there's fail and he's lucky he's laying on his steering wheel. She said, what do you think? And I said, I don't know, but I've got to face it and she said, what if what if he's got a gun in his future? I said, well, you've been watching too much. But number two is, you just watch from here and make sure nothing happens to me. So I go out there and he had been crying, and I've never seen Phil cry. You know, big tough man. You know, cry. And so he said, I'm sorry. He said, I love my family. I can't live without my family. And I just can't eat, and I can't sleep, and he said, I want you. I want you back, and I'm sorry about what I did, all those ten years and I said, Bill, this was my heart was going about a hundred miles an hour. And I said, let me tell you something. You can't do it by yourself. You've said a hundred times you were going to quit. And you didn't. And he said, well, I need to talk to somebody, and I said, well, I've got somebody lined up. It was a preacher at the church where I went. And he had this one time in the beer joint. Phil's baby sits your body men there, and he talked to film 5th day. Have you ever been drunk? And I preacher said, yes, I have. He said, but not lightly, and he said, no Phil, not since I come to Jesus.

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:27 min | 3 months ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg Savannah's with Tom Keane Lisa Roberts and Jonathan farrow futures unchanged on the S&P and on the NASDAQ two Here's a call from Oppenheimer Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan upgraded even of the economy were to enter a recession we believe that the banking industry would handle it better than any recession in history We're not economists but let's talk about it But this is unlikely to go straight from labor shortages to recession given the large pullback in the stocks and modestly higher estimates the average bank relative PE multiple is now down to 52% So they're looking for some real upside here to those two names tongue And all that up because they're very very constructive on the markets They have been they participate in this bull market But John again it goes to the people adapt Companies adapt central banks adapt They're looking for 30% upside from here I will just say that the market is not picked up on high yields translating as better for bank stocks That's just not been a story over the last few months In fact year to date we've seen this massive move in yields and banks just haven't participated Slot it in is a two hour conversation that we can have this morning with Kenneth rogoff He's Professor of economics at Harvard He is the former IMF chief economist It's far far more than that Truly one of our thinkers of this moment we're in I mentioned professor rogoff to get a gopinath when I was at the IMF A number of weeks ago about this moment with foreign exchange and linking it into our greater global economy and of course our central banks Ken thank you so much for joining surveillance This morning Ken I want to go to a quote from 20 years ago I remember this paper the Carnegie Mellon the freshwater school Bennett McCollum and the team the once dominant ISL M framework from macroeconomic analysis has been sharply criticized excellent of it and the rest of it Nevertheless most undergraduate macroeconomics textbooks continue to feature IS LM models can take us from John hicks 1939 through what you and I were weaned on to where we are now Does any Central Bank have a convection a conventional theory in 2022 Well they still teach I saw them analysis and modern versions of it But central banks of course were not expecting this inflation They hadn't seen inflation for a long time They didn't know what would cause it They had some thoughts And I think if you're honest about the academic literature there was tremendous uncertainty about the Phillips curve about the long run neutral rate of interest So there's just massive uncertainty and then you get hit by the pandemic and now the war in Ukraine and the uncertainty is bigger than ever It was so important here folks and I speak of project syndicate I can't say enough as a font of wisdom led by Kenneth rogoff the laureate Michael Spence and Steve roach many many others but can rog you're right in your assay there on the synchronized global economy How synchronized are we How synchronized is America with China and with Europe Well I mean I think the risks of having a perfect storm where Europe is in recession because of the war China is in recession because of a failed COVID lockdown policy in the United States because the fed Titans too much too fast or however we judge it in response to inflation And that's all feed on each other I mean if China has a supply recession which is really what we're talking about that's going to feed inflation It's going to hurt demand in Europe Obviously if the United States goes into recession it hits financial markets all over the world I would say the risks have risen palpably that this might happen We could get things could work out well I said there's a lot of uncertainty but it's not hard to see all of these risks I mean I'd met in China It's hard to see what's going on but I feel they might already be bordering on recession So Ken do you think that already the risk has gotten too much the fed moving too far too fast at a time when a significant proportion of those on Wall Street think it's the opposite that perhaps they're poised to be overly dovish and not respond enough to inflation that surprises again and again to the upside Well I don't think we'll know for a while what they're going to do because they can raise interest rates a lot before they raise them too much I mean the idea at this well I think the idea that just to 3% would be enough is really unlikely I think they're going to have to raise interest rates to four or 5% to bring inflation down to two and a half or 3% And I don't know if that is something they're going to decide to do I'm not even saying that's something they should do We really have to see what's going on How deep the recession is They've dug a hole or to be precise the huge stimulus and march And I think a lot of the pressures on the fat and uncertainty from academics and research has dug a hole And it's not easy to get out of I mean there's no pretty picture here Ken let's sit on that for a minute but you think that in order to get down to a two and a half or 2% inflation rate they would have to raise rates four or 5% You don't know whether they should do that When will we know whether they should be opting for getting back down to that kind of target at some point in the next few years Well I mean you know it depends on what's going on what the costs are They could get lucky and some of the inflation turns out to be transitory enough so that they get a gentle landing It is not impossible but clearly a lot of things still that could go wrong escalation in Europe China getting worse and it's irrational COVID lockdowns And there's just a lot of uncertainty so I'm not going to say I know exactly what needs to be done but it's clear that things are way out of control Can rogoff you are part of our global interior confidence in the dollar from mundell Fleming to Jacob frankel to your work Maurice felt in the rest and on Rudy dornbush and we come to a new point is the dollar study of value now or is it secondary to what it used to be Oh I think the dollars more powerful than it ever was And yes Central Bank reserves have been diversified a bit although a lot into currencies that are sort of pegging against the dollar The dollar is dominant in trade and boy saying it's dominant in financial markets that's dominant and all kinds of transactions it's surprising I think it's actually by many measures more dominant than it was in the 50s when it was supposed to be going to currency Well in the 50s and let me digress then Ken this is so important on Germany right now in Europe is Germany held back by a memory of atmar issing economics and such I mean is Germany reticent with the war and Ukraine from another time and place is the dollar from another time and place I'm not quite sure what you're asking Tom I mean are you asking is Germany not moving more aggressively and Ukraine because it's concerned about deficits I don't think so I think it's much more the concern about escalation how much do you push Putin to push him over a cliff I think that's actually a very tough call and the Germans don't see it the same way that the American administration does Yeah I'm sorry my question there wasn't all that clear I fail I failed Ken when the Red Sox are in last place So I'm failing Right now Ken on Germany then in the Euro the challenge for Christine Lagarde given what I'm going to call the German reticence How difficult a moment is this for the politician Lagarde.

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"United States, like other major economies has made significant progress, ruling out covid vaccines. But we noticed the pandemic is far from under control in many parts of the world, especially in many low income nations, And as long as the virus continues to spread, we're all still at risk. Janet Yellen, the U. S Treasury secretary from New York City this morning, Good morning alongside Tom Kean, Lisa Roberts, I'm Jonathan Farrow Monday morning, and here's the price action three weeks of gains into Monday. Just off all time highs without six on the S and P 2 43 54 as sign of that, setting the tone for this market worldwide. The catalyst for all of the price action seemingly comes down to one thing, Your 10 year Yield 1 34 43 not my view seems to be the view of everybody else yields down by a basis point or two in the effects market euro negative by about a third of 1% were down by 0.28%. That is a weaker euro. Eurodollar, Tom 1 18 43 Your baby meeting next Thursday this Thursday. Thank you next Thursday in an important meeting, John frame it versus the last meeting. This is not a snooze. We've got a new interpretation of price stability time. It's no longer below but close to 2%. 2% are very excited. This is not next week and we're very it'll be a symmetric meetings. Second win socket there. Okay, Let's have some fun. Okay? No, we're not allowed outside the fun. Go on, tell us next day in the pendulum of do tell me what's important, Everyone Thursday standpoint, it's not just the target, but that they're necessarily going to outline what comes after next March. The idea of yes, it's going to continue to bond buying. Until March. But then what's next? John is secured laughing at me. I think I would have thought that Jonas, do you think it's ridiculous, though? We've come from below but close to 2%. And we're expecting big changes next week because they've made that move. Did you see Yen's vitamin of the Bundys bank last week? Some? Yeah, none of it. And Mr Sholes, Mr Schulz today I headline across Bloomberg. Talking about their monitoring inflation I thought was pithy as well. What did you want to focus is Madame Lagarde told France in the quad? The definition is symmetric is Lisa was on vacation for the last PCB meeting and will be on vacation for the next few. Actually, That's the definition right now. Always a cement truck as David Wilson giving us equity wisdom here, David, What do we have? What we have is the comparison between the S and P 500 Index and its 200 day moving average. You know, it's In above that indicator for more than a year. So Stephen Sutton Meyer over at Bank of America, took a look and saw what happened historically, when the S and P 500 state above that 200 day indicator for the entire first half. He found 34 cases going back to the 19 twenties. When that happened, very cool. What only 13 of them that actually managed to stay above the moving average for the entire second half. So you have the potential for some market week this year. That's sort of his conclusion, so I should go to cash. I'm not going to tell you what to do, Tom, You can figure that out. Cast, you know? Yeah. The triple Leverage. Cash, Florida. Thank you. Having anything else you'd like to add to this. Well, I just point out that the first half the average it's 13% higher. In other words, that's how much the S and P 500 was above this moving average. And in fact, if you looked on Friday It was also 13% higher, So that's kind of held up. It's just the question of you know, when do things kind of catch up? You might say between where the S and P 500 is now and what the trend has been over time, Dave I was noticing in Wall Street Journal article this incredible expectation for a profit increases. 64% is the expectation for the profit increase year over year and S and P 500 companies this, according to FactSet. A question about whether this is in a fair comparison or any of the stock trader is going to be looking at this comparison, or will this basically be thrown out? It is a different number, and it's really going to be versus 2019 potentially more of the latter, Li said. And I would point out that our numbers here at Bloomberg are also pointing to the 64% increase. What you have to remember is that for a lot of companies the year ago, earnings were depressed because of the coronavirus pandemic. That's really when it started. Hit them, so it's going to be a question. Perhaps more of what does the second half look like? You know, if a company has avoided making forecasts, you know since last year because they weren't sure how the pandemic was going to affect their business where they're going to be saying this time around is, you know those kinds of issues may very well dominate the landscape in terms of the reaction of results, and one more point again If you look at our numbers, you know, in the last few quarters you've seen 80% plus of companies in the S and P 500 beating estimates. In terms of our earnings, So there is that potential to happen again. And, you know, if you look at the broader market, I mean, analysts aren't expecting that much in terms of the S and P 500 through year end relative to where it is now, that kind of fits in with the performance in moving average terms, We'll see it starting tomorrow. David Wilson diving into three weeks here of Very since sanity surveillance correction right now, John and I went to Wikipedia. The Karman line, John K A R M A. N. Yeah, The thing that I mentioned and you carried on talking and ignored me. Yeah, No, no, but you know there it is the Karman line at 62 Miles and is different, depending on the atmosphere. Like like like Mars. Karman line is different than our kids going. I think that's that's the internationally recognized threshold for space 62 Miles and NASA. It's 50 Miles to become an astronaut. Yeah, There's a big debate about this. So you get your wings like when you were a kid on American Airlines used to get your wings and you know, you can say you flew as well. But what's important here is Mr Bezoza and his team are approaching the Karman line where they go into space. The light changes. There's no there's no lift. I mean the algebra here, John and, frankly, to great respect for our economics and finance that we take seriously. Here. I mean that equation on radio. Let me say it for radio. At least 8.5 p v squared SC equals MG. That's the equilibrium point. TV plane starts going down. And at the Karman line. You've got to worry about other things like orbit, So they go up. And, like shepherd, they're not going into orbit. Some people just very concerned about whether share price might be Tom. So bring that to them. I think we're up a little more than 5%. Space on Virgin collectible Amazon move on Bezoza. I don't think so. I don't think that's going to move the Dow too much for basis you want. Okay here, Jonah me recover in space. I mean, think. Yeah, we're doing great. I promise yet. Okay. Lisa. I am just thinking about the fact that people want to float and people want to say they've been to space and people want to realize their Willy Wonka dreams and you know when you talk about space tourism, what is the experience they're looking for? What is the space that we want to finish? The view of it is the view of the planet. So that's what's going to count as getting to space. I just wonder if you start to move space travel to a private endeavor. What that does with respect to oversight with respect to the public aspects. I know I'm bringing this to seriousness. But it is a really interesting issue to me that it used to be the public sector that exports ways. This really frustrates a lot of people. By the way, it's worth pointing out. Look, I believe it just push the threshold. We can learn new things. I think that's already really important. We've seen that through space exploration for decades. Tom. There's other people that look at this and say We've got enough problems on this planet right now. And these guys with a serious amount of money that aren't doing enough about them. Well, what they would respond with the layout of their charities and what they've done over the years, Mr Barroso send a unique pressure. I should point out John did on a summer's evening. Late summer night In July of the 19 sixties, his Armstrong stepped on the moon. I was near Tupper Lake. What? You really? Yes, Very cool. All cups full, sir. Thank you. World shows all making sense Now..

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of the pandemic are concerned about financial stability are shifting from liquidity risks in the non financial corporate sector. Balance sheet vulnerabilities in that very same sector. The president there Christine Lagarde on the situation in European markets from New York City this morning, Good morning alongside Tom Kane. Lisa Roberts. I'm Jonathan Farrow Equity Futures 43 14 pushing 43 15 around about 1/10 of 1%. After six straight days of gains on the S and P 500, it has been all time high. After all time high through the week so far, the payrolls report one hour 12 minutes away going into that yields grinding lower down a basis point to 1 44 24 in the FX market euro dollar 1 18 34 down a little more than 1/10 of 1% on the euro earlier this week time I think it was you that sent me the research of Kit Jukes potentially over its oxygen envisioning 1 10. Going into, say, 2023 with a dominant factor being short term rates in America. And what happens there is going to drive that U S dollar well, some of the mystery to see what the dollar movie is off of 8 30 this morning, John makes a joke at 8 32. It all ends. Well, you guess what a lot of research will be written and we'll bring that to you through the morning and onto the real yield. This afternoon right now joining us and it is an acclaimed spot, particularly on a July morning where, at any moment she could be drowned out by the lawnmowers of the North Lawn of the White House. The history here is great. They were on the law and the journalists ruin the lawn. Then they put gravel down. They called it double Pebble Beach. So joining us in the asphalt in front of the White House, commonly called Stonehenge. January Harden joins us from the stone end today, Emery July 4th is always hugely symbolic for senators and representatives. They go home, they kiss babies, etcetera. What's their biggest worry right now with their constituents. Tom, I think the biggest one of the biggest worries right now is two fold. One, of course, is jobs given. We're going to have that jobs report today are enough people getting back into the labor force Some states. We already see her taking away some that supplemental supplemental unemployment benefits because of that. Some states and progressives are worried about childcare. We have some, especially women on the sidelines of this job recovery because they cannot get the childcare. Second. There was a covid briefing here, and the CDC is incredibly more worried about Yelton variant that started from India and the Southwest and the Midwest. That is a key concern for a lot of counties. I just don't have the vaccination. I'm so glad you brought Bring us up in Marie, because this is front center. We talked to Pecos at Johns Hopkins about Los Angeles. You mentioned the Southwest and for the rest of us fat and happy. I mean, this is a real deal for Los Angeles is Fourth of July weekend. It certainly is. And I just was in the United Kingdom where the delta variant is. Yeah, in the Delta. Of course, I was in the Delta vary, and Tom is just the main driver. Of all the uptick of cases they are a little bit longer in rolling out the vaccines than the United States, they have a longer lag time between the 1st and 2nd jabs. But that is the concern here. If you have a county that is not vaccinated, the delta variant spreads much more quickly. And that is a key concern. The CDC and some states, they say. Right now it is already the leading variant and Marie. So what's President Biden's message to Americans, especially as he tries to highlight the progress that the United States has made with vaccinations. But also the uneven progress in specific places. I think he's going to have to really walk this fine line for the last week. We've seen a lot of press releases from the White House touting their economic growth and the recovery. They even put out how to have a cheaper fourth of July. There take that. Inflation is transitory. Now your fourth of July barbecue this year is cheaper, but at the same time they want to make sure people are a looking for jobs. There are jobs out there are people looking or they just still accepting those unemployment benefits and to get vaccinated if you have not been vaccinated as a key message from this administration What could derail this economic recovery. Some would say in question is potentially this Delta variant and where you talked about jobs and the spin. After the jobs report comes out, he pointed to those enhanced unemployment benefits. What's the Democratic line on these? Democratic line is that they want to keep these on these enhanced unemployment benefits. Many progressives especially speak to the fact that there are a number of people who have not been able because of the pandemic. Get back into the workforce, and until they're able to get efficient childcare schools are fully reopened. And they're able to get a job with wages to keep up with the pace of the country and inflation at the moment, so their take is that you keep them at least in September, But some states we already see definitely GOP ones are doing away Emery. We don't have yearned for politics today. We've got to get a briefing or you were in London. You were closer to Greece than any of us as well. And I need a briefing on the island of Lesbos in the making of use owes Jozo including use Ojea Nazi. I mean is it is Let's vote the kind of island That that Lisa should go to Haven't been to Lesbos. I've been to a number of Greek islands. I don't know where leases going. Maybe car. We don't know. It's managed cranny. He was my daybreak anchor in London. He's currently in Mykonos. So if you go to Mykonos, you have to at least have one night at Namo. This is special one night at enormous, frequented some nightclubs in Mayfair with Anne Marie. I have no doubt and if there's one person And our staff that knows where to take a night out. Some I think it probably is and very much information what you want, but I want everybody to notice here. And for those of you on radio. This is really serious. These people have these romantic lies Faro's three weeks in Capri and Anne Marie and Manus or flying around. They've been to every Greek island, Lisa to her leads a break. This will be great. What am I doing? I'm going to three guys on medicine. Is that where you're getting this week? The three? Yes, I'm going to three guys this morning for a quick Brexit. You're not taking a break? No, no, I got to read all weekend memory and I gotta run run. She's never come from Washington correspondent Dan and they say we're trying to work out where Lisa's going on vacation, not create. It's not. It's not great. I saw videos and I thought it was apple IOS. I mean, that's how clueless classy Tom Yeah, thank you. Classy. You're really not going anywhere this weekend. No, I just was up in Maine for two fun filled. You've had your break. Is that your summer vacation? So old school take some time off. No, I do. I work every day. Then you can tell him that he's been on seriously. The CFO, the CFO, the Trump Organization and the reporting on his important indictments, he said. He never takes vacation. I'm embarrassed by that. It's a culture and I'm not proud of it. John. It's It's a uniquely America idiocy. Have we done something to address it? After the last 12 months? We've just I think so. Yeah, I think so. We make that adjustment finally. I haven't. But I do agree, John. There's going to be a reassessment to think we need to. Yes, yes, And I think that people are aware of the need, especially with the lack of divide between work and home. When people were working from home, whether that's actually going to be the case, I don't know. I mean, if people are going to be working from home, or does that just mean an extra 40 minutes on average of work, we should stay here and Bloomberg's done great reporting on this. There's a serious mental.

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

Natural Curiosity

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

"So they can L-. Okay. You're kind of. And then Amazon sent they collect the money and send you a check i. mean that's the easiest way I would prefer if you were selling things directly because then you get the customer in your database but if you just don't want to get your fingers dirty with all that Amazon will be happy to do it for you. They love people to give them content that they can sell. So that's what I would do I. Think he just made my grandchildren's Christmas for me. Thank you or could be because these are intellectual pieces of intellectual property that you can pass on to people as long as it's ever what we call evergreen. If it's Internet stuff. I. Have to update it all the time but I have stuff that's been selling for over twenty years on public speaking which doesn't change as much. Say I even have some books. Under pen names, my pen name don't tell anybody sh is LISA. Roberts. Out All those problems. I have a book called hundred on questions to ask your divorce lawyer and I never been married. So I researched all these questions, put him in a book and I didn't want it to dilute my normal brand. So I just made a pen name and guess, I picked the pen name. I figured okay how it'd be the market for this book? Maybe fifty year old women fifty to sixty year old sent women. So I went back fifty years in Google and said what was the nor the average names back in fifty years ago and Lisa was a one of the main and actually here's the high tech methods I pulled it up on my screen I closed my eyes that I went like this then pushed the screen it said Lisa. Lisa and then the surname Roberts was a big name and so as Lisa Robert. So I put that out I've got diet books out there on kindle. It's all underpinning so so but in your case, you want your your regular name to be on it because your long history of being in the field and. You just created intellectual property that can be sold over and over and over and over and over again, you work once and get paid forever. Thank you. Thank you. Well. Tom Tell us a bachelor wait i. gotTa tell her the old. Psychotherapist joke. Oh okay. I'll. Never, met a psychotherapist that didn't need one. Said I wasn't happy unless somebody cried around me every. Pepper sprayed. Okay. Your free offer for their audience is a your book that tells all the tips on how you became a millionaire if you will. Well, it's it's hell about it. Yeah. It's I hit multimillionaire status around the year two thousand and I call myself the guy next door because I, just don't act like it. I'm buying used lumber and I you know I. USED BRAS and. You shouldn't really give that as a gift on Valentine's Day I can tell you that from. So the book is called how to Automate Your Business and it's the you know I've handled up to one hundred and fifty thousand subscribers on my email list and forty thousand customers with one more time temp person. And she didn't even handle those kinds of things. So this this book is all these really inexpensive. Ways to. Automate yourself just one of the tips. y'All MAC or PC or both. So the tools did you'll see in the the? Election. Talking about Off. So. So For. The PC. There's a program called short case and for the Mac, there's a program called Keyboard Maestro..

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"Group that just works tirelessly for years now to kind of open up young deserving minds to all the opportunities that they have in this world that may, they may not have known so. It's a number of schools around Austin that kids don't. Don't have awesome after school activities, and during the summertime they likely may Kinda just be home with an older sibling or something like that and the foundation does these amazing after school programs during the school year, and then all day summer programs during the summer where these kids are exposed to you, know of course, Sports Sandy Roddick, but that's like the smallest slice. It's world leaders, and cultures and Authors and science and so much stem. They're getting so creative now and how they're trying to support students at home and I'm I'm so proud of them. We're actually starting to get more involved statewide, actually talking with some school districts and helping helping kind of guide them on programs I found dacians already put in place so very proud of the work. They're doing awesome. Yeah, I love organizations that are using like gateways the. The wrong word because it always is associated drugs, but like gateways of sports are activities to get other things accomplished I. Think it's a great way especially with young young kids and younger folks to to just take down the barrier of of learning or take down the barrier of expanding their horizons, so think that's awesome. Yeah, absolutely, yeah. Andy's definitely using his powers for good. It's office. Last question for you. What do you feel like is the largest either you can either go opportunity or threat facing marketers today. Yeah, this is the thing I'm feeling the thing we feel in conversations with all of our clients in just my Cmo, pure world conversations, and I think especially for bigger brands out there just fee requirement to be more agile than we've ever been before I come from a startup world, I live in an agility and especially coming from from so much of a digital background I I was at one of the first online only. Media companies in the world like I started my career in a kind of marketing. That is the most agile kind of marketing that we've been able to do this far, but this is impacting the entire marketing organization impacting the entire business going back to Gosh my conversation. The conversation listened to with Cmo from Walgreens just cut. The empathy felt for everything. Their business had to go through. In trying to understand how to it and serve customers differently an in that process, having to communicate with them so differently through new channels in new ways to people who have not maybe even typically use those channels so I think threat or opportunity. It's probably a little bit of both but I think just the agility and we were talking about calms a minute ago. I do think it's a bigger challenge especially to the COMMS team when you. You look at the data, the technology, the tools that are in the hands of say the digital marketers, their position to be incredibly agile, when you look at the tools in the hands of the social media, t bear position to be very agile when you look at what's in the hands of Communication, works or even brand strategy, or there's still a lot of serving or focus groups. Things like that. That weren't necessarily built to make them. A lot of that there. There is a lot that is. Faster turn than some of those things, but I do think that we're seeing them slightly more hamstrung than some of the other parts of the organization, and they are so important right now. No I, totally agree totally agree Think. This is gonNA. Come out like a plug for Yonder. and. You didn't pay me to do this, but. As you turn to the social, as because those things, you can monitor right it so quickly and the understand the conversation. It's important to know which ones the pay attention to, and there's the plug preorder. Take it. A. Lisa! Thank you so much for coming on the show. It's been a great conversation. I've learned a lot. Frankly, so thank you and yeah, super enjoyable. Thank you for having me. Hi, it's Allen again. Marketing. Today was created and produced by. If you're new to marketing today, please feel free to write us a review. Eighteen or your favorite listening platform. Don't forget to subscribe and tell your friends and.

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"In some of the teams with an I mean. Hold teams or getting called out because of who the owner of that team is known political campaigns that they're known to have donated to and so anything. You know the message that they're putting out that probably the vast majority of that organization boop leaves wholeheartedly end is getting called out and shunned, and they're getting backlash over because of what an executive has done. That is antithetical to the message that they're putting out a brand and so thinking about brand, and thinking about positioning is Ohio Listrik right now. Very true very true will. It's been a fascinating conversation at love. The switch gears of you're okay with that and talk a little bit about you and. Listeners will know that I love asking this question, which is, is there an experience of your past the fines or makes up? You are today. Yeah I lived in all those cities. I went to three high schools I went to two colleges like I have seen a lot done a lot i. mean I think maybe know our parents, our childhood or all the things that shaved us in I had incredibly entrepreneurial parents. So I think just watching them be bold watching them start businesses, a watched each of them go bankrupt, and then I watched each of them sort of rise like a scene. Out of those ashes to build their next thing, that was highly successful. Has had a lot to do with me working as at as many startups as I have, and just kind of influencing the way I live my life, and that's probably part of why I graduated from College at never had been to New York. A New I wanted to work in advertising. Just told my dad I'M GONNA move to new. York and I'M GONNA go work on Madison Avenue. Avenue and that's what I'm GonNa do dad and my dad being the entrepreneur that he was an and is said all right honey. We were not wealthy by any stretch of the imagination. He said it. Here's a months worth of money and go for it and good luck and you. If you don't have a job at the end of the month, you always have a bad hair. And so I moved to new. York had two offers for jobs on Madison Avenue. Within three weeks of moving there, I did have a place to live ahead a friend that was leading me on her food time and did that for six months. It was awful. I gave my notice six months in one day Madison. Avenue, was not my Gig in a ended up at a startup, it was the first online only media and advertising agencies in the world. It was called traffic. It was down in Silicon Valley. This is ninety eight and ended up there and that was it like I was going to work. In technology startups for the rest of my life and you know I love working. Our days. `ambiguities aound that you know. It was the hardest to year and a half two years. I made it there about a year and a half two. Then moved back to Austin, but it was the hardest years of my life had the coat check on Thursday? Night and Saturday night's had enough money to stay at my job that I was passionate about pay my bills, but I wouldn't trade any of it. It was awesome. It's awesome, would advice. Would you give your younger self if you're starting all over again? Then I wouldn't take back a lot a lot of things that I did all I would keep every mistake that I made i. think just as a person I would tell my younger self like you're just not as pardon my French. You're not as bad as you think. If you're just keep your mouth shut and listen so much more and I mean that for my personal life. My professional life as a child listened to my parents. More than I did, but you know I think especially from a professional standpoint. Listen wars is ascend good. Lord just listened to the people like you know when I mentor people now you have a lot of mentors and mentors that are like. Here's the next book to read, and here's the next podcast you should listen to. All of that is wonderful in good and I've grown so much from so many of those things, but I tell. Tell people like find the person that has having the impact on the company the world find them and tune into them and listen to them and try and figure out what it is that they're doing. That has having such an impact and then try and mimic that you don't have to do it exactly the way that they're doing it. Petroleum flair on it great, but listen and watch more and maybe just keep your mouth shut. I love it A. Put that on a bumper sticker. Keep your mouth shut. Keep our mouths shut this next question. I love 'cause. It's just a silly question. Frankly I love hearing what people have purchased curious what you're most impactful purchase you've made you say in the last six to twelve months. That's a hundred dollars or less. Oh, a wish I had a cooler one here I, was consulting before I came to work for Yonder so I'd already set up my Home Office and everything to be like high functioning like I had everything I needed to do to have conversations in any room and Blah Blah. Blah Blah Blah, so that was kinda set with that. We my best purchase there. A brand of Austin called outdoor voices. It's basically like active wear A. A pair of pants. From them their colder wreck track pants, and it's basically a hybrid pant. That's not I am not in Yoga Pants. It has pants, but they're very stretchy in Ami. Like I consider them all day and be as comfortable as if I'm wearing yoga pants, but then I can like run an errand or actually get out of the house and take a walk around the neighborhood, and it doesn't look like I've been in Yoga Pants all day long. They're the best travel pants and Burger. I got IT I. LO- year year. Quick to I am not in Yoga Pants. Let's make this clear. You're not yoga. I love the infatuation. The early the Gusto that you deliver the. Professional Allen that. About my kids fortnight monopoly, and they love it so much, and it's been such a great way to keep them just a little bit of time off. Eh, some sort of electron device, and it's been a fun family thing so if you're trying to bribe your kids to play more games with you and Duma in person stuff fortnight monopoly. That's a good idea. Well two last questions for you and the more marketing related back to business I guess but really thinking from you as a person what brands are companies or causes following anything? Other people should be taking notice up. That's a big one right now. It's a huge one right now I'm kind of eating my own dog food. So much of what I'm doing right now is just listening. I have a network of people that it's like there's almost so much sharing of things to listen to that I'm a little bit overwhelmed, but there's so many authors. There's so many people that are spending podcasts in doing things on instagram channels and things like that. There's a woman named Layla Saad that I've been listening to Joe. Emmanuel. Acho Professional Athlete has an instagram channel worries. He does uncomfortable conversations with black man, which have been so awesome to listen to. There's another instagram account called to Prague. It's an account for the show at movement that's been very enlightening to listen to just really frank honest conversations about racism, so there's more coming in every day and then your causes a care. Care about I'm sue. Bird deeply involved with an organization here in Austin called the Andy Roddick Foundation and more proud of my involvement with them. Kinda than ever right now they cut it to.

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"Will in. It's made more difficult I. think well. It's your point about the differences between the coronavirus in the protest in the. Racial Equity Movement with coronavirus. Guess you're still going to get pushed back, but he can always lean on more hard protocols rates. Science based Protocol Governor said today. The the scientists say goodnight. Yeah, exactly exactly, and it was black. Lives matter. You made a great point, which is, it's also about like how you say it, and you know this notion of Lake. Saying something and your actions match what you're saying. That's a critical one. Ask yourself before you even decide to say anything at all, but like how to say it is. I think made even more complicated because of frankly mean. Those voices aren't represented well in the rooms where we're deciding what to say. So the increase for mistakes and missteps it just is accelerated quite a bit. Yeah, any I mean the some of the first voices out there you know the the Nikes adidases of the world putting out of messages, and some of the immediate response was businesses a beautiful ad in these beautiful words, but we're looking at your leadership page, and we don't see living up to these words, and you know I. I think some brands are saying we're going to come out and say it because we want to come out and say immediately, and we know we're GONNA get backlash and we're ready for it and we're GONNA. Take it and the next message we're GONNA come out with is what we're doing to get better, but yeah, this is a time where brands have w thinking about their actions as much as their words. Will if we if we step back from from these two because they're, they're definitely tricky I. Don't think you're gonNA. Go solve it today. In terms of giving giving the marketers listening well, there's no playbook. I was on a round table with her of just amazing marketing leaders at the amazing companies and organizations that I respect so much, you know. Quarter of our conversation was about where we're rewriting. Play books right now there is. Is No playbook for what we're going through right now. You know it's true, too as you guys. Are you know working with marketers in other companies and brands like what are the implications or the advice that you're giving them? In terms of like okay, we can start to understand factions. How do I? How do I use that? Maybe even hate to say it, but it's true right like how how use it to my advantage. How do I capitalize on the momentum that I could get a message out there or awareness or something of that nature? Yeah, yeah, well, there's two ways I mean. You can look at factions as an opportunity to find advocates and our allies, and like you said capitalize on that, but also enemies is a little bit of a strong word. DETRACTORS MAY BE. Identifying people who are not ideologically aligned with what you're about to say, or what you're already sang or so just understanding that is powerful, so as it pertains to your detractors or those you might not be ideologically aligned with just like I was saying you know being able to being able to understand when conversations are starting to pop up especially with friends or conspiratorial and or factions that you just know generally aren't aligned with what you're saying or doing. If you know which of those to look at an watch and. And you can see when activity is happening within those factions in relation to your brand and or topics. You care about their. It's basically you're canaries. In the coal mine that a narrative is about to pop up or has the potential to predictively pop up. That is going to impact your brand which I mean the power. There is not getting caught on your heels. We are working with the brands. We've worked with it. We always say what we hear from them as it feels like being sideswiped by the Internet. You know and it's it's weird. Someone else gets to own the frame around the narrative that you care about, and you're immediately on your heels, trying to fight your way back so from sort of a brand reputation perspective that's incredibly powerful just to have that clarity in that signal before you're having to react, and it may actually save time from spinning your wheels on something that you actually do need to react to. You know knowing that a narrative is cropping up and being able to identify. Go back to the beginning of our conversation that that is a group that tends to use misinformation tactics be thoughts or babies or any of these other. We could do a whole separate podcast on tactics. Tactics misinformation tactics that are used by factions online, but if you can start to see that that's happening, it might be an opportunity to say. This narrative is popping up, but you know what this is being highly manipulated within groups that we think it's going to amplify to groups that really don't have that much of an impact on the factions we care about. We're going to actually just let this play out. We're going to watch it, but we're not gonNA spinoff a bunch work, but on the identifying your advocates and ally, this is your opportunity to find those factions that are ideologically aligned with you and to understand them at a level below. These are the hashtags they use these are. The Post that they're associated with. This is your opportunity to understand. What are they passionate about? What are the words they use? which the language they use about those passions, the imagery that they tend to create indoor respond to who are factions that they're highly connected with so what are the WHO are sort of the influencers that can go and influence other influencers, so in that from that perspective factions become very powerful from calms perspective from understanding your audience at a deeper level or maybe identifying new audiences, developing messaging and creative than to those audiences. unimagined you can use that as leverage as well too when you do wanting engage. If there's misinformation or something like that out there, you can use that to your advantage to help seed your own counter narrative. If you will yep, yeah I, know man being A. person these days so hard. It is hard of sitting here. Thinking like I do not WanNa go. Be Social Media Director Manager? Like. This seems like a Hornet's nest, waiting to stink. Well. It's it's you know it's these days. It's well beyond social media true. Yeah, no is true because to your point about amplification, you've seen main street are mainstream media amplify some of these narratives and Yeah, it's it's. It's a holistic communication challenge. mean social media. Pr Comms Strategy Brand Strategy. What's the strategy around your CEO? Right yeah, and I don't WanNa. Go political, but to our president is well but you. Look at what's happening with anything going on with black lives matter around the.

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"Because what is going to happen? Is You're businesses like Costco where people are going to be coming in? They have to say am I going to tightly adhere to that guideline or am I gonNA be loose on this guideline. And whenever it come came to face mask, they chose to go to more tight adherence to it and say you if you're coming into the story, have to wear a face mask and all of our employees will be wearing them well. It set off an immediate chain of events that is just very typical of. Of what every brand is gonNA have to go through? And you saw more left leaning factions, which is this was a group of twenty factions that are all slightly different in their passions and whatnot, but they do have they are ideologically aligned around feeling like facemask policies are good in protective. And you saw that come out. You saw an immediately an immediate trend around. Thank you, Cusco for protecting me protecting my family, and at the same time, and actually happened more quickly. Utah More right-leaning factions. Come out and start saying Hashtag boycott cost. In, this is it's just a reality that every brand is going to have to go through right now whether it is the policy around face masks or policies that may eventually becoming around. How do you help with contact tracing I? Mean? Oh, my Gosh! You WanNa talk about how controversial in strong the opinions are going to be on that. Are you GonNa? Offer free nations to your employees whenever we start getting to that point, so it's just this sort. Sort of series of policies and guidelines that come with what's going on in the world where these brands are having to choose out of the gate by what I i. do what I say in response to these things that are happening I'm going to have people who applied me very loudly and I'm GonNa have people who are going to boot me very wealthy. You and the best thing you can do is just know which one you care most about. Right will I'm assuming to all factions are not created equal meaning like some. The message is loud, and others may be travels far, but I don't I don't know if that's the right way to think about. That is hundred percent the right way we actually see the the our data has shown that ten percent of factions control seventy percent of the online narrative that's more ideologically driven so related to a policy related to a value of course related politically, those are generally those ones that are going to be originators and doors, sort of the loudest voices in the amplifier factions, those are the biggest influencers. okay, so we've moved front will corona. Virus is still around I. DON'T WANNA. Give the wrong impression. It will be around for a while, but we you know the most recent uprising if you will is around racial equity and the Hashtag black lives matter as well and the protests are going on all around the world. Have you seen similar things that you describe around Colonel Virus with with the protest as well? I mean. Similarly with both of them, it's. I guess the differences with Corona. Virus brands have not been given a choice, but to say something or most brands, because it's been interesting so much of marketings role has turned into communicating how to work with our business rather than marketing and advertising and things like that. It's turned into. This is how you can buy from us. This is how we're going to deliver to you. You listening to the the CMO of Walgreens a couple weeks ago. My Gosh, you know helping people who've never used a mobile APP figure out how to use a mobile APP, so you can submit your prescriptions and understand how to pay for them and go pick them up explaining to people how to come through the parking lot to transact rather than going into the store. Store so the the comms were much more around there were some. Here's how we're keeping your say you save. Here's our keeping. Our employees safe became some of the marketing messaging, but a Lotta Times they had to say something. Just explain. This is how we're doing business with black lives. Let matter in the whole movement around that in the protests. It's been more about do I. I, say anything, and if I say something, what do I say in? How do I say it because if you we do? These things called her network graphs, and basically around US certain conversation we graph out all the factions, and those that are clustered more closely together, and have darker lines between them means that they're more ideologically aligned, and it means that they're more active. One another, and if you look at the Corona Virus facemask conversation instance sure you have left and right, you have some factions that kind of set in between, and you have your little island outliers, and it's a little more spread apart, which means opinions. Thinking was a bit more diverse, and there wasn't this hard clean kind of gnarly. Between were left and right leaning, and when we look at that for black lives matter, the activity is intense, right-leaning and left. Leaning is tightly clustered together. There are very few outliers and the activity is just intense between them, and you know for a brand. That's some scary stuff and I think it's just put brands in a place where you have to make some hard decisions about do we have beliefs that we believe in that we? Will? Strange thing to say but I guess. How much do we believe in our values that we? For how good of a job have we been doing living up to those values, and are we going to say something and if we are? How are we going to say because again? It's like the Costco example on steroids, but there is a one hundred percent chance that there are going to be people who have so much backlash for what we say, and then there's one hundred percent chance that depending on how we say what we say. There's GonNa. Be a group that stands up at.

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"Could use the same algorithm, so speak or analysis to understand how they interact with each other, so it's fascinating. Yeah, a lot of times, humans using non human agents. That's true. Yeah, exactly we oddly related, but very different application is You know what's going on in like the ad fraud space with a detection on websites and things like that, too, but yeah, you're absolutely absolutely makes perfect sense will if we think about what's going on in social conversation than I mean. WanNa make light of it, but it feels like every week brings its next the next wave of conversation, and it's just accelerated this year in twenty twenty, but if a market how do I think about breaking that down? Like who are the components that are? Here. Yeah, yeah, it. Doesn't it feel good to think about breaking that down to something simple? Yeah, I hope hope you can solve all our social media problems to. Not Going to happen, but you know I think we. We like to think we bring a little bit of deeper understanding to it so the way that we look at we look at the Internet as a school fish, so there's this in group signaling use of language N. sort of ideological distance between groups that point us to potential morality and trajectory of of online. What's so basically? People are kind of moving in schools online, and this is where you know. Kind of demographics fall apart right like they're. They're not moving and doing things just because they live in an area signaling, teach other beliefs, interests, passions based on language Imagery Hashtags, comments, all sorts of things, so that's what's kind of moving these schools along, and there is generally a conversation or narrative originator that has the ability to influence messaging into. We call amplifier factions. They have like originator factions that then have connections or have the era of what we call amplifier factions, so these are our factions that likely have influence with mainstream media and Sarah. Will come from one of these originators, usually hyper passionate deep goes very deep on one topic they move that to an amplifier faction. An amplifier faction than generally has the ability to amplify that into the mainstream, so they may be able to see messages with top tier media or with top tier influencers, things like that, and so generally you can look at a narrative that has made it to the mainstream and trace it back to the originator of that. That narrative and see how it traveled we, we see a lot of the same things over and over again, and so we try to break the Internet down into. We call them like slices of the Internet so like our our company isn't looking at. We're not looking at big huge macro policies or big huge macro topics like we're not usually looking at corona virus. We are usually trying to break down and understand corona virus narrative is related to. To face masks or corona virus negatives related to hand, washing or social distancing, so we kind of break it into these slices to then try and understand where the narrative is coming from in relation to that topic, and generally you. We're looking at topics that align with the beliefs or values of our clients or line with topics that are meaningful to their business in trying to understand who are the originators who are the amplifiers that are most heavily influencing. Influencing those narratives in conversations that they care most about was really interesting so generally for a conversation ago, especially from the more fringe groups for conversation ago from those fringe groups to the mainstream generally take about six to eight months since the beginning of this year. Really call it February. When the pandemic really started playing a you know bigger place in all of our lives. We've seen that happen 10x faster, so it's happening in days rather than months. I was surprised by the six months, but I'm not surprised by the acceleration given the scope of everything that's going on by generally speaking vamping about a brand like six months is still relatively for social media. That's a long time, so that's interesting that accommodation thread can stay out there that long, but yeah, well for us. It's more about measuring the belief or message that you're trying to instill, and sometimes that takes a while yet makes sense. You cannot have the old school terms, but you got to cede the market. Build the message of burnt in or whatever the term is in the an an see where it goes, but yeah, that makes sense that makes sense. Yeah I think they're overwhelmed with messages right now during all of this and I think everyone is hyperactive i. think everybody the other day. I was saying I. think emotions are at like defcon five. Right now and so I. Think people are just much more willing to react to something and spread things much more quickly, so we actually have seen win. You're seeing those meshes messages spread especially from fringe groups that quickly it does mean that the total amount of misinformation making it into the market is a higher percentage right now and just as consumers. We all just need to take a breath before you hit share, or like a re tweet, or whatever is that you're doing and and just think for a moment about where that message is coming. Brown. Good advice for anybody new human out there. You mentioned Covid nineteen and I'm pretty sure you. You mentioned that you've dug into the Costco facemask policy in the guidelines in the online conversation, just using that as an example. Like what? What did you guys find as you dug into the? Costco is just one example, but I mean you know it's nice to have examples that that brings some reality to situations that I mean what we saw with them. We saw with so many especially virus essential businesses so bursary stores drugstores food providers. Delivery and all of those businesses that. The chain of events was just so clear and definitive with costco really the Cusco example. What it exemplifies is with corona virus. We are in I, don't maybe the like a third of the way through this craziness. That's likely to construction to you. Know, letter, part and twenty twenty one. We're through. This is a journey is the way that we think about it where you know. We had to go into lockdown. And there's policies and guidelines, pedantic state, national state, local and everybody scrambling to try and figure out like okay. How do we respond to this? And then we kind of went into. Okay, we're. We're in lockdown now. We have to figure out how to function within lockdown, and then now we're kind of ended us. Okay, WE'RE GONNA. Come out and pick out a little bit, and it's kind of this like okay well. How are we going to keep people healthy? How are we going to keep people safe as we do this? And it's going to be this sort of wave of things happening policies, guidelines procedures, getting set and brands have no choice. Especially these essential businesses a now it's going beyond that have no choice, but to respond and the guidelines aren't super clear, so bless all of us. got a really sound like a Texan. Bless our heart. Their little hearts, but bless. All of us were trying to.

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on KOMO

"Suspected to you I driver crashing along the coastal highway there in Grays Harbor County, killing a 26 year old woman who was riding as a passenger in the car with him. Washington State Patrol saying that medics responded to the scene there along state Route one on nine near Coppola's beach about 12 45 Am Saturday, They had reports of a serious crash. They found a total Nissan was found off the roadway. The driver, a 27 year old Ho qui, a man has to say in some injuries. He was taken to the hospital, where he was treated and released. He was then books into the Grays Harbor County jail for investigation of the hick alert homicide, drugs or alcohol or a factor. We're told In this crash. And we should get an update here. Investigators have not been able to identify the body of a girl discovered an Everett in 1997 until now, Snohomish County Sheriff's Detective Jim Sharp says advancements in DNA technology help him identify her as Elizabeth Lisa Roberts of Hood River, Oregon. Who ran away when she was 17. Lee so had originally been born Elizabeth and elder And she was put up for adoption when she was about two years old and her name then change to Robert's Charms, says that Lisa was found strangled and shot in South Everett in August of 1977 by a man named David Roth, who picked her up hitchhiking. He went to prison. Sharf, who used to refer to Lisa as precious, Jane Doe says her family is finally able to plan a memorial service for her. It's 8 40 This is Kamo news. Let's get you updates right now from the hard exterior Sports desk help out here for Sunday morning here with Jewel Stern, USC lightweight contender Dustin Quiet Rally should be Dan Hooker In the unanimous decision in Las Vegas, the reigning champion Washington Nationals will host the Baggies with an opening day match up with the season begins next month. Garrett Cole could make his Yankees debut against either Mac Shor's or World Series of the peace, Even Strasbourg. Major League Baseball will start a 60 game season on July 23rd or 24th. The schedule is still being worked out. The N B A in the Players Association are discussing plans to allow players the opportunity to wear a statement on Social justice on the back of their jerseys when the season resource in Orlando that, according to ESPN, Brendon Todd was two shot lead heading into today's final round of the Travelers Championship Sports attended 40 minutes past the hour news..

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on KOMO

"The Corona virus pandemic shuttle Goodwill, the Seattle Parks Foundation Partners in employment, the aerospace joined Apprenticeship committee. And the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle are all taking part in the program to Redmond. Police websites may have been compromised. It started with a breach of the Web hosting service. Net central Reverend PDS Sargent, Julie Beard. We know that the breach was to access information posted on that essential platform. We don't know what Redmond information if it was accessed was access. But the two sites are used to coordinate investigations between departments and contained suspect information. The FBI is investigating, and investigators have not been able to identify the body of a girl discovered in Everett in 1977 until now. Snohomish County Sheriff's Detective Jim Sharp says advancements in DNA technology helped them to identify her as Elizabeth Lisa Roberts of Hood River, Oregon, who ran away when she was 17. So had originally been born. Elizabeth, an elder. And she was put up for adoption when she was about two years old and her name, then change to Robert. He says. Lisa was found strangled and shot in south ever in August of 1977 by a man named David Roth. Who picked her up hitchhiking. He went to prison. Sharp, who used to refer to Lisa as precious Jane Doe says her family's finally able to plan a memorial service for her. Least one personal face animal cruelty charges after police rescued more than two dozen sheep from a home in Snohomish. Officers say someone called them about neglected sheep nearthe city limits. They found the animals with overgrown coats and poor living conditions. 26 sheep were taken to an animal sanctuary. Snohomish. Police say the final decision on charges will be up to the prosecutor's office. A new centre for brain research in Seattle aims to map out a system to better understand what's needed to cure Alzheimer's Como Su Romero has more. The New center project is a $40 million collaboration between Seattle's Allen Institute, U Dub Medicine and Kaiser Permanent a Washington Health research institute and lean with the Allen Institute says their goal is not to create new cures but using new brain mapping to create better Knowledge of which brain cells are affected and went by Alzheimer's. You know, there's a consensus that we need to better understand the biology so that we can develop new targets for treatment. And that is what this center is all about. He says. All their research will be made available and not just of the scientific and medical communities but to anyone so that a cure for Alzheimer's can one day be found. See Romero come on News news Time. 9 40 from the Harley Exterior Sports Desk channels Expansion hockey team still doesn't have a team name, but their arena does. Here's Cuomo's Bill Swartz. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos announced his company has bought the naming rights to the remodeled 18,000 seats Structure at Seattle Center. It will be called climate pledge Arena, a symbol of the urgent need for climate change, said Bezos in an instagram photo, the world's first carbon zero certified arena will have recycled rainwater to make the cleanest ice surface in the National Hockey League. And electricity created from solar panels. With the NFL season. Still more than two months away, owners are looking at creative ways to distance fans and players in the stadiums. Teams will be allowed to tarp over the seats closest to the field level. Parts that could include sponsorship logo's college football season very much in doubt because of covert 19. University of Washington president Annamarie Kosei says all options are still in play. Perhaps you know, just plain within the conference to, you know, perhaps plain, with no Spectators to, perhaps not playing. I mean the whole range of options or their husky season. Ticket holders have been offered a refund if they don't want to risk attending games, or they can put that money towards seats in the 20 91 season. Sports updates in 10 and 40 after the hour, Bill Schwarz come on, is For businesses around the world..

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Coast to coast AM I am the cigar and my guests are talking about deuterium depleted water and we have a lot of questions for you let's go to Gordon in plant city Florida hi Gordon how are you tonight Lisa Robert Richter thanks for taking my call now I wanted to ask about treating them before I do I thought on the Facebook a lot of people were making fun of it all there just may constrain bad watermain nothing wrong with water but I did some research anyone out there listening you just ask your chemistry professor or do a little bit of research on heavy water you'll see it's very toxic but now what's up with tritium it seems to me like it would be more toxic but my research indicates that it's not very toxic at all except for a little bit of radiation I'll stay on the line and not take my answer off the architect you won't ask me a question I've got a bunch of numbers and letters after my name to thank you Gordon okay the art collects okta is Victor do you think you want to start that quote is not a mystery to him first of all so that's what makes it not much of it and certainly there's more now because of all the other nuclear testing your critics termination that's been going on but Chilean is radioactive but if it's topical than that doesn't get into the second COS ingested and it's very it's it's incredibly rare one out of forty one million molecules or something like that it's it's but there's more treatment our atmosphere now because of all the nuclear testing so that is another thing to be concerned about but it's a it's just awful so a little bit okay all right let's go to Dave from upper New York state hi Dave how's it going pretty good I'm glad each day that provide them okay you got a good question yes the same bit of it the earth's metabolism if you will.

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on The Wilderness

The Wilderness

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on The Wilderness

"The thing politics and government that bothers me is when these people are making laws and decisions insist that affect so many people. I don't think they they think about the gravity city of how it's GonNa Affect People's lives. I think they make decisions callously and recklessly and and don't think about the effect of this have on the general population. Well it's it's politics. All it takes is all about like they do things to appeal to other people in politics so that they can get things all about waging leverage. It's not really about getting it's not about it's been about. They could care less what happens to the people the people that are affected. We can't unify and get things together. It's everybody's quarreling there in quarreling. Talk all the people are people and end friendship trump frame or you know right. I mean I'm to the point now. Where after like politics just as the hell out of me where I kind of have to detach from it in order to live a normal life because there's so much it's so diluted it's so mast is so ultimately I'm only getting half to store and him yes my one vote counts but it's like how much does it count? What sources do you trust the the most in the media I mean the reason why the news and the media exist is because it was supposed to form a well informed electorate and that was for people to learn about the issues? Learn about the people that you are going to vote in the office of whatever your local your National National Races and make that decision based on the information they provided. I don't believe we are always provided with the best information. I don't believe that we are always provided with nonbiased information the information they want us to handwrite. I and I'm a huge fan of overseas news. I would rather get my news from other countries then about our our politics. And what is going on in the world not just here in the world then then CNN or Fox Fox were MSNBC OR NBC or right. I mean this reliable. I don't we know anymore. What is your opinion of the Democratic Party too? Many yeah can't focus. Yeah there's no focus on that at all because they're just this throwing everybody in the ring well aside from the candidates which we can talk about. What about the party is a whole Democratic Party is a whole just yeah interesting? I think they stand for the important issues. What I consider the important issues is what what issues are the most in line with the Democratic Party healthcare? I I really think. Universal health care is important. I would like to see some form of education reform. I would love to see lobbying lobbying just completely done away with anyone else when you vote for Democrats. What makes you vote for them? I I tend to think did they are more. They're more for the people than the put. The common people. The people vet are working people. That aren't rich. The people who don't own businesses whereas the Republican Party just seems to it always be concerned about the wealthy. You know that so is it and then who here is definitely gonNA vote for the Democratic candidate. Whoever the Democratic candidates in my research I I even though only one person said she was considering voting for trump no one would commit to voting for the Democratic candidate? No matter who wins the nomination who here would vote for Braga Obama again. If he was running again I probably would. So that's That's almost everyone except okay. That's good just trying to get all these down. Is there a chance of that. What's it's most important to you like if you could build a dream Democratic candidate what kind of qualities would you be looking at question them being racist or not integrity? Yeah I was just GonNa say that. Yeah this is important. I would like a focus campaign not a pro empty promise campaign not a I have one hundred fifty things on my listen I wanNA do for you. How do you focus on five important issues? A Tommy how you're going to achieve them because to me. That's I think something that. Every single one of our presidential candidates candidate has done wrong. In the past I would vote for who ever ran a decent campaign. I am so tired of listening to people bad mouth each other and it just really seems like that's all they do and I'm not just talking about Democrats. I'm talking about politicians across the board. I don't understand politics as a whole for my thirty years of being out of high school by Focus was on was raising. My son is autistic. So but I know I have no understanding what they need to. We do have an understanding class with those who don't understand. They can get better election going on because I would love to be in. Politics is to see was not the see the now I wouldn't know w parts of it I don't understand it I just turn it off someone else. That last comment stayed with me after the conversation was over. It's not that she doesn't care about politics or government she just doesn't understand the issues or the debate around the issues and that's pretty common with a a lot of voters who were too busy working and raising kids to follow politics or figure out what new source they can trust. There was plenty of frustration and disappointment with trump in that Pennsylvania. Menu Focus Group but in order to win their support. Democrats need to somehow breakthrough all the noise and nastiness corruption that these voters see coming out of Washington. It's also true that the more Democrats can tie trump and Republican politicians to the mess in DC. The better chance they'll have to present an alternative vision of politics according to David Puff Barack Obama's campaign manager Democrats have such an opportunity in the Maine Senate race or longtime Republican incumbent. Susan in Collins is up in two thousand twenty you know I think Collins obviously someone who's been immensely popular people didn't see her as a politician. She's lost all that and and so I think there's a decent chance to beat her. I think it will require you. Know the Democratic candidate for Senate holding on to basically all the vote are Democratic presidential candidate it gets in Portland and the suburbs in the southern part of the state you know I think. She's a super tempting target. There is no path to a democratic majority in the Senate meant. That doesn't run through main full stop. That's Lisa Roberts. The chair of the main Democratic Party and she's got a lot to say about this. Susan Collins was first first elected in one thousand nine hundred ninety six twenty fourteen. She won with nearly seventy percent of the statewide vote. And that means that a large number of Democrats voted wooded for her in fact. If you went out and pull Democrats you'd probably find a large number of them who voted for her. Not just once but twice or multiple times but who she was then is not who she is now and that is why it matters so much. She has a track record especially since two thousand sixteen of saying one thing and doing another. She has told us for decades that she is pro choice yet. She voted for Brett Cavanaugh. And she's she's helped. Donald Trump appoint thirty two antiabortion judges. Roughly half of miners have a pre existing condition and that means that she would have left all of us out on the street wind. She voted to Gut the ACS voted to do almost a dozen times. Mainers won't select the Democratic candidate to face collins until their primary in June but Lisa in the main Democrats are already building off their two thousand eighteen successes. Like electing Maine's first woman governor owner Janet Mills Electing Jared Golden in Mainz historically read second congressional district and taking control of the state legislature. We not only need to replicate what we did well in two thousand eighteen but we have to do it on steroids in twenty twenty. And so what we've done coming out at two thousand eighteen is. We've recognized that we need to like. I said earlier her meet people where they're at not only with the issues that we care about what but with our actual organizing program and so we've actually invested quite heavily in our digital infrastructure sure and developing a a distributed organizing model. And so what this really does is. It allows us to bring our trainings Directly into the living rooms in the homes of Democrats across the state especially in rural areas where. We can't realistically planned to put organizers on the ground and this is going to allow wow us to prepare people to go neighbor to neighbor block by block throughout their community and talk to the people that they already know and have existing relationships with about these issues and so we are not only deploying traditional field strategy. We're using new. Tactics and new tools and worked to bridge is the geographic divide. Because it's so important that we be on the ground early and we are talking to voters to determine what's going to be the most effective Messaging Strategy Organiz early Organiz everywhere and talk to everyone. Not just a few weeks before an election about a specific candidate but all year round about the issues issues people care about. That's the way to break. Through all the distrust and disappointment we heard in that Pennsylvania. Focus Group. That's what Lisa Roberts and the main Democrats are doing. And that's what Angela. aldus and Voice of Westmoreland or doing to our strategy is about you know building long-term sustainable political power and that it's hard work. It's not sexy. You don't swoop in and swoop out. You don't build long-term sustainable political power with expensive TV ad by you do it it by being there month in month out and so it is November middle of November in an odd year ear. And this weekend we are going camping.

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Newsradio all match Piper many people waking up to snow that's my road county in New York where the temperature right now is twenty five degrees and they're expecting up to a foot of snow Tuesday night besides no in many parts of the country the cold temperatures will affect even more people CBS news meteorologists David park instances when you leave for work this morning bringing the code for it later in the day by the time you leave for work in Philadelphia you're looking at around fifty three degrees by the time you come home it's half that and that's half that again by the time you go to work on Wednesday morning so all in all it is a precipitous drop in temperatures that exists all the way down to Jacksonville Florida and then west of Texas sorry to say so much of the country is feeling this cold four deaths are being blamed on the weather so far happening now in Hong Kong police shooting tear gas as protesters throw bricks in the streets the pro democracy protests have been ongoing since June meantime in China more than fifty people mostly children have been hurt by a man who broke into a kindergarten and sprayed them with some type of corrosive liquid police arrested a twenty four year old suspect to the state enter the school by climbing a wall former president Jimmy Carter about to undergo major surgery this morning WGCL TV is Lisa Roberts from Atlanta's Emory hospital the Carter center has issued a statement saying that Mr Carter was admitted here to Emory University for a procedure to quote believe pressure around his brain following a series of recent falls the ninety five year old fractured his pelvis just two weeks ago happening today the Supreme Court will hear arguments about president trump's attempt to end it Obama era program shielding young immigrants from deportation CBS is Steve Dorsey with more on Dr does in states including Texas are backing the trump administration's effort in the Supreme Court defending its fight to wind down the Obama era program but other states including California civil rights groups universities and even big corporations are pushing to allow it to remain in place protests are expected outside the court.

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Lisa brady fox news the russia probe special counsel sets a date for a public hearing on capitol hill answering the subpoena from two house committees fox's rachel sutherland is live in washington lisa robert muller's vowed not to testify in any matters outside the scope of his report the democrats went to press him about his indecision on obstruction of justice house intelligence committee adam schiff on c._n._n. questions about some of the decisions that were made president trump told the fox business network the investigations are never ending yet again i mean how many times are we gonna go through this republicans expected to ask muller about claims of unauthorized surveillance on the trump campaign lisa meantime rachel the house oversight committee voting to subpoena white house counselor kellyanne conway after the white house declined to allow her to appear at a hearing today moments ago in d._c. interesting time in our country's history we're doing great just keep them coming very fragile the president addressing the faith and freedom coalition before heading to japan for the g twenty summit a florida sheriff's office still dealing with the fallout from the deadly attack at a high school in parkland fox's jeff monosso has this live two more japanese broward sheriff's office or fired his result of the internal affairs investigation into the handling of the mass shooting last year at marjory stoneman douglas high school i became clear to me and our command staff that this neglect of duty on he was one of the most severe consequences as we lost seventeen people that's broward sheriff gregory tony the firings after two other deputies were let go earlier this month including school resource officers scott peterson who faces criminal charges for sheriff scott israel was suspended three other deputies were cleared lisa thanks chaff those deputies are returning back to duty wall street stocks are higher the dow right now is up about seventy.

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"lisa roberts" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"lisa roberts" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Won't tell me the brady fox news the russia probe special counsel sets a date for a public hearing on capitol hill answering the subpoena from two house committees fox's rachel sutherland live in washington lisa robert muller's vowed not to testify in any matters outside the scope of his report the democrats went press him about his indecision on obstruction of justice house intelligence committee adam schiff on c._n._n. issues about some of the respiratory decisions that were made president trump told the fox business network the investigations are never ending to go yet again i mean how many go through this stuff publican's expected to ask miller about claims of unauthorized surveillance on the trump campaign lisa meantime rachel the house oversight committee voting to subpoena white house counselor kellyanne conway after the white house declined to allow her to appear at a hearing today moments ago in d._c. interesting time in our country's history we're doing great just keep them coming very fragile the president addressing the faith and freedom coalition before heading to japan for the g. twenty summit a florida sheriff's office still dealing with the fallout from the deadly attack at a high school in parkland fox's jeff monosso has this live two more japanese broward sheriff's office or fired is a result of the internal affairs investigation into the handling of the mass shooting last year at marjory stoneman douglas high school became cleared in our command staff that this is neglected duty on it was one of the most severe consequences as we lost seventeen people that's broward sheriff gregory tony the firings after two other deputies were let go earlier this month including school school resource officers scott peterson who faces criminal charges former sheriff scott israel was suspended three other deputies were cleared lisa thanks chaff those jeopardy's are returning back to duty wall street stocks are higher the dow right now is up about seventy point.

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