26 Burst results for "Littler"
Olympics Latest: US Men Get off to Fast Start in Volleyball
"The USC rebounded from an opening loss to Sweden to transmit zero one six one Saturday even the record of one of one firstly the Joe Biden attendance the Americans opened up a two nothing lead at halftime and were never threatened women's all call the U. S. a perfect three at all after shooting a bicycle to nothing men's volleyball the United States won the opening match sweeping France three sets to none in the pool the U. S. will go for gold Sunday she's callous and J. Littler are in the final of the men's four hundred meter individual medley while Haley flickr and I'm a wimp compete in the women's four hundred meter individual medley final I don't have to pay
Exploring the Underappreciated Museums of Paris
"Let's talk about some of the museums that that i think are substantial but i think they're under appreciated What what is your take on the colonel fillet. The music have day is undergoing a big renovation. I actually haven't been there yet but it's going to be fantastic and it's a history museum. The history of paris and it has period rooms which are are very fun to walk through and just all sorts of of relics from hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of years of the city's history and you explained in your book the littler museums of paris. That barron houseman actually had something to do with the creation of this collection. Or 'cause houseman. I think of as the guy who who brought parasol of these grand boulevards and all of this uniform architecture where you've got the same amount of floors in the in the nice Slate roofs and so on Did he recognize that. All this development is going to bulldoze some of the heritage of the of the city. You know it's it's funny because he is. He's really criticized for destroying medieval peres but at the same time was was looking to create a place that would preserve some of the history and that actually incorporated elements from some of the buildings. He took down in. The carnival has more items than the liuw actually. So they've got plenty to show off in that museum. Yeah their reserves are insane. There's no bench and that goes back to the sixteen hundred and they actually took over a second. It's actually now To urban mansions that are combined by little walkway. So if you want sort of. Just your quintessential kind of historical museum for paris carnival as a good one absolutely now. Another one is the museum of the middle ages museum to clooney and that's actually built on the remains of a third century. Roman bath reminding us. That peres was a roman town. Yes it it is also something that that started from a private collection like a lot of museums did and has just grown and grown and is a really special and unique place to visit and it's never crowded it's amazing to me. It's exquisite art of the middle ages. This is the museum of the middle ages in paris was so important in the middle ages. And it's right there in the in the left bank. You can walk to it in ten minutes from all the touristy stuff you do in the latin quarter
Wrestlemania 37 Review Special (Part 1) ft. Pro Wrestling Insider Shane Peacher (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #14)
"It felt like the old wwf. You know where they would have the pre match interviews and they just did like a thousand one before the before the show. It was great. It was awesome. I was actually happy that the rain happened. So let's start from the top. And i know you told me to talk about this and i was gonna ask you anyways. How do you. Because you are the biggest cogan hogan fan in the world titus and hulk hogan forever pirates soups. What are you kidding. Me ho me. tease john. Now i love hulk you know that man that was ridiculous and i love the whole a guest host. I guess but i mean it's just so scripted in horrible but it was so tacking it was it was eight hogan and it was hilarious and i loved it anyways just because it was hawk. I'm biased though osos soobee. you're biased. I love to do though even though it was awkward as well like they really tried to force this pairing together and it was like really didn't need to do this right and then of course you know you. They forced it because of the whole inward situation. Because if you remember when it first happened in hall they let hawk come back like titus kind of had an issue if you remember if you remember that whole scenario so i think they did. I think it was forced because that which is awkward. And i think hilarious because although titus forgave. I don't think he forgets to say i heard that. China's said technically forgiving him. But i heard that he was also still feeling that obviously so i was really awkward but it was kind of funny to me and i'm sure well speaking of they let that happen. Also because titus was in tampa so they actually tried to prop him up in his hometown but biggie. They took the championship from. Why do wwf keep letting or keep wanting to humiliate the wrestlers by having them losing their hometown. Do they think that this is good. Because it's not no. I don't know if it's hometown thing. I just think if you look back after the fat none of the world championship changed and so they had to change the littler titles. I think that's really it. You know what i mean. Because how many mania is does a world title never changed especially nixon had to one for each show. You know what i mean you have the world title and then undisputed title. Neither changed hands. And that's rare for mania. You always usually have a title change Meanwhile when i heard it will trump ender explanation is. I'm gonna beat you so it sounds like a drum is like okay. These kids don't even know what the matches but it was just a weapons manage. You know why. Why why you know what i'm saying. I mean they had like a whole bunch of guys around the ding beating drums. And you know the exact same thing you know. Maybe the an open pit you know like the african wrestling. I don't know if you've ever seen it looks like we're like scooting around in dirt. Yes can you know single knees wrestling that whack. I know the the matches it was kinda. Get his get his turn to because kofi had a big wrestlemainia match aside from the tag team for when he went for the title. This is big east big match. But of course he's got to lose because he's in results were rating so far right now the only result i think that was correct was owens. This was correct if it wasn't in his hometown but
"littler" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"For ourselves. We gotta let guys give guys the opportunity to t do what they're capable of. We just got to keep rolling, and that's how we do it right now. Damien one last one for you. How about the performance of Luca? Don change. What can you say about your point Guard counterpart? What It's like to compete against him. He's a special player, You know, I think coming into the game, you notice your your hands. I don't before you know, he's gonna have a ball in his hands a lot. You know, he stepped back three. He gets to the rim, he gets found. He's a hell of a playmaker. He gets his teammates shots he creates probably 70 75 80% of the three that they have on their teams. You know, that is gonna be a long night for you, Regardless. Um, but you just gotta you gotta weather that storm. You gotta attack them back, attacked him back on. Just find a way to win the game. And I think tonight we got the game where we wanted it. It was, uh, possession by possession game down the stretch way had to get to stop singing and get big baskets. And we did that. Name a littler with our Ryan Rouco. He finishes with a 32nd career game with 30 points and 10 assists as Portland pulls out the three point when, earlier on game night are Aaron Goldhammer on Monica. Make Not Not that this guy was the star, but I think Steph Curry's not Steph Curry, Seth Curry's shooting ability on the way he was able to space before Yeah. I think Luka misses that a little bit. But in general at the 66 years you're benefiting from Yeah, that's come on. Give me a knockdown shooter anywhere you like. Somebody's gonna benefit like that. Nothing. Talk about no note, no doubt. And I think that is been an underrated moving one. That's really hurt Dallas. You know, In the meantime, you know no one really respects Portland. But CJ Dame Without clay, healthy It's the best backcourt, the MBA and you could question whether they'll ever really beat the Lakers and get over the hump. But Steph Curry is much flashier than Dame. Lillard is, but I think damn, Lillard is and maybe you think I'm crazy on it, But I think game Lillard is just as good a player now as Stephan Curry is, and that's not Shot it, Steph as much as it is a compliment. Today, he scored seven of the Blazers nine clutch time points in the final five minutes of the game. SportsCenter all night ESPN radio spurs on the road in Charlotte, with a huge second quarter. Quick outlet comes to white middle of floor. He finds the trailer. It's Murray back to wife. He's gonna drive it inside. And then he finds two rows left corner three to martyr. Rosen shot is good from Derrick.
"littler" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"CDC. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now says facemasks not only protect the person who wears them but others around them, as well as an update to previous CDC guidance that had encouraged mask wearing to help prevent infected people from spreading the virus to others. The CDC says they act as a block against virus particles that are exhaled by the wearer and blocking incoming virus droplets from others and cite several case studies is proof. The CDC also pointed out that when officials told people to wear masks, infections and deaths fell significantly in New York, Tanya J. Powers Fox News the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating complaints at the rear suspensions on older cat black SUVs can fail, causing drivers to lose control and possibly crash. Probe covers about 344,000 SUVs from 2010 through 2015, the agency says it is nine complaints from owners, including two that caused crashes. The Christmas season is almost here with the selection of the tree. That's it's in New York City's Rockefeller Center. But this year's celebration may be a little different. The tree is a 75 FT 11 Ton Norway spruce donated by Daddy Ows General Store in Oneonta, New York, about 170 miles north of New York City. It will soon be cut down and put onto a 115 ft long trailer By Saturday. It'll be put up In the age of Corona virus, though it's unclear how the famous tree lighting ceremony will go on, if at all. It's also unknown if people will be allowed to attend. Mayor Bill de Blasio did not respond to direct questions about the status of the event during news briefings this week, instead saying he gushes with childlike wonder when the tree is lead. Rob Dawson. Wall Street's closed down minus 23 points that as they gain 2, 30 cue the S and P up. 27 9 Lee Scylla, Sarah and this is news. Wcbm Baltimore Littler Certain Pappas tropical moisture.
"littler" Discussed on KQED Radio
"We're all experiencing these systemic issues that we have to dismantle I also believe that it's making more little vegans who you know would not otherwise be paying attention because they don't see it happening to them pay attention because I like wait a minute other people outside of Littler talking about us and why people should be asking themselves why my line allowing my tax dollars defeat this violence representative Attica Scott thank you so much for talking with us I appreciate you so much thank you we also asked to sit down with the local police department and they declined our interview request that is our co host ari Shapiro in lieu of all talking there with Kentucky state representative Attica Scott this is All Things Considered from NPR news today thousands of demonstrators have flooded London's Hyde Park to protest the killing of George Floyd in solidarity with people on the streets of the US that's story is ahead on All Things Considered after look at traffic including closure in San Francisco's mission neighborhood used to be that push well because the protests expected leave mission high school pretty soon they've shut down seventeenth street between Delores and Guerrero also demonstrations in Oakland we have closures there the Jackson street on ramps to ninety eighty they're shut down it's a tough ride through a Martinez highway four eastbound between Morello Avenue in port Chicago highway more than forty.
"littler" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Back to my grocery miles in the form frozen to death I don't know where Littler is what I say now there are no thank you the plane ticket back yeah his last minutes before this before nine eleven so there's no deals on plant sure one way ticket from Rexburg back to here was one thousand dollars and then we have zero dollars in my eyes open for ten million dollars and then the greyhound bus it was like eighty dollars I guess my stops there were a ton January and it's ten pages thank you for ever stop yeah fifty two times for you and all of us out of starvation all right in the people on the bus with our private they thought me to bloody generous on the bus these are people that made my decision and I'm there with them at one point a mother with Irish people what I didn't hear this person must honest people real life in our hearing wooden briefcase like made out of wood is made and the mom has a bonnet on and that jeopardize your generous the most polite right in this illegal Bustelo all these bills are making fun of but you can't make it smell like urine would rise forty times she got off did your parents welcome you with open arms are there like the point at all I'm sure they're like I'm sorry September eleventh they cancel bus yes like you'll never guess what just happened right now actually R. Y. our last stop it we went to a gas station or whatever recitation or whatever and there was a small TV into showing the yeah I have the towers my holy crap so no one here I came home is the world right right I still feel like a loser let's be on okay all right well I'd taken Katie cheered in Katie's pop quiz she came back from the beach and called an L. I will say good game though it was I did way better than I thought I was going to do well and the person listener so I got five five I mean you can't do any better that lets you time all right so KTM has eighty wins against four losses if your taker on because fifteen right now eight hundred six eight two one seven five if you will give hundred Bucks that's coming up seven five.
The Most Successful Cold Email Eric Has Ever Written
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them. To a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream. Host DOT COM slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to eight other episode of marketing. Skoll I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about the most successful cold email that we've written so I think a while back we've talked about the nine word email. This is from a copywriter named Dean Jackson. He's legendary in many circles. So the nine word emails basically this. Let's say I sell houses and Neil often to my list. Neal's not ready to buy a house necessarily but he just likes my website. 'cause I have the best houses in Beverly Hills or something so you know maybe six months down the road I might send Neil evil might hit my entire emails Neil. Are you still interested in a home in Beverly Hills right? That's not necessarily nine words. It's roughly nine words. But it's a very simple email that you can send to your list and it drives engagement because you're evoking curiosity kind of the point last episode that we did but it's also interesting and then also you got to keep in mind that people are not necessarily ready to buy immediately when the Ogden fearless but maybe later the timing might be right so you send us every could be every quarter could be every six months or so and I cannot. I mean doing this for our mastermind. That's worked well. It's gotten across a couple of mastermind people for growth accelerator. I've done this for phone. Calls for the agency phone calls for our agency accelerator program. It just works really well at. It's so simple. Most people tend to over complicate their emails too much. Some of my most accessible emails have been through using this my most successful cold emails were emailing the CEO of large corporations some publicly traded. First off you can google and find their email right. There's a lot of tools like violent norbert or hunter dot. Io where you can try to find the email addresses and email like. Hey John and a really super busy you can forward this to your CMO or whatever department trying to get a hold of. That'd be great. I've away to boost your sales or boost your traffic by X. Y. and Z. percent. I won't bore you with the details. Hope you're having a wonderful day cheers. Neil and I don't know this person but a lot of times they'll actually forward it is what. Ceo doesn't want more traffic or more revenue or sales. And they don't want to deal with this littler team deal with it and when they forwarded over people assume that you know the CEO. I never said I did. But people assume and you have their engagement. And in many cases they convert into paying customers. Oops screwed up. It's a cold email might tipples for warm evils but cold email. I actually remember email that Neil an i. We worked on this for a little bit. We hit up Zingo. When are getting into poker and the key thing here is when you reach out to the Sea. You keep it brief. We kept very brief like. Hey we've actually been in his face before we know how this all works and then basically what happened was CEO for the this to the leaders at the time for people that are trying to push the online poker Ford unfortunately they scrapped the plans for that. But Neil and I. We did get deepening conversations. And we've done this in the past. You just find out what the people are interested in. Neil you reached out to someone that was kind of going through a scandal and discuss a billionaire. And you got that person to respond yet. It's all about what angle can you end up playing? And if you can leverage angle or pain point in most cases you get people to respond. The other cold emails to his people who are doing
"We've got a great show for you today. A little bit of a slow week but that just means we have more time for your emails. So got lots of knows from you guys this week. Why is that funny? I was thinking my week and like my entire week was emails and slack messages. I don't have more time females. Now I've been a very busy week at Jian. There's not as much video game news Happening this week. Everyone's taking a ticket the Memorial Day week long weekend off. I Guess Fran but let's begin with what playing And I am in chapter twelve of final fantasy seven remake upscale enjoying it still enjoying it ten still plan to keep playing it from what I played so far. You know I'm not having finished the game But I am over halfway through from what I played so far Tom Scored Eight. Seems about right to me. That's the game mandate there. They gotTA stop well. I don't want to split anything but Back in sector seven and trying to stop a disaster from happening climbing stem Damon. What did you think of wall market in that whole section was so? That's stuff I wanted to bring that up because you said that was the best part of the game. Yeah I thought and I thought it was. You know cool but it didn't really stick out to when I got there I wasn't like Oh my God Justin was right. This is amazing curious about that too. Did you guys like the arena? Or what was it about that? Well it's an iconic part of the original game. I think people are really excited to see remade and it's sort of the game at its silliest you know with all the climax of how that section of the game ends and it's over the top and I think mark itself is just very atmospheric and I love how it's all just twisting alleys and like you know you're it's deliberately designed confuse you and make you lost and all the back alleys and I just I really really loved it. And it was like exactly what littler me pictured in my mind when I play the original game that sort of blown up into HD. And I just thought they really really good job recreating that atmosphere mcgahn felt like they made some of the cyclists harder to actually navigate in that area. Like a the in the slums. When you're I like China chase down cats kids and whatnot which seems to be a recurring theme. They actually highlighted on your map. They show you like you. I have where you're supposed to go but in Walmart it's totally different. You have to Kinda contractually go through stuff slash look up guides which I may have done agenda cough. I come as good guides. Good game. Yeah I guess it was cool and I do like how At first he is. You feel like you're getting lost within wall market but then by the time you leave. I feel like I know my way around. I can get where I want to go. I guess I just have so little memory of playing the original fantasy seven that I wasn't even like waiting for that moment to come up. You know they're all very short segments in the original Sam where you. I haven't played since we last talked fourteen or something. So you're catching up to me now. I regret fagin catch up. Yeah just waiting for you. Buddy recreate the entirety. Freegold watch and animal crossing cool. What how many do you have in there about sixty three? Wow each like ten thousand bells. At least know what's lucky is a pinball machines are twenty seven fifty but the arcade machines are sixty five thousand. That's what it is that I do like five pinball machines day add it all up but the arcade machines took a lot. But there's fewer arcade machines free gold watch. I was pretty impressed with the outcome. If you go to free. Gold watches INSTAGRAM. They put up a video for their fortieth anniversary. It looks really good. I feel like sixty. Five thousand is way more expensive than even the most expensive arcade cabinet of all time. Yeah those there's like these star wars fear cabinets recently. Which is did you guys see those. Relax sit down. It's like projecting on like the inside of a sphere. Those are like those like twenty five thousand dollars which is crazy if you take the economic value of a bell versus a real life dollar consider. You can grow those things on trees for a economy into turmoil but yeah second that reduces the value so it's much cheaper show building that's translates to a yen because it's like a hundred bells that makes. I never never tried to do the math on that. But there's also like there's also just a boot that you can sell so I wouldn't think about it too much shells. Yeah Chelsea worth a lot of lot of belts sea bass. Did you guys see pitas going after animal crossing yeah? I heard that but I didn't see her. Well there's like A. Is it an owl that runs the museum? Yeah they have a beef with the owl and his fish catching though he hates bugs. Got My daughter's favorite thing on this earth right now. Is they play animal. Crossing with me and bladders. The Owl who runs a museum sleeps during the days. Now it's not journal and they always want me to go into the museum and wake him up because he gets this shocked. Then who reaction Emoji for your your average. That's a good question but they laugh and laugh and and always want me to go wake up the owl.
"littler" Discussed on WCPT 820
"That was the fifth this is just as bad things happen he Angela yes Francis we can they found that all my Littler Tauruses all your president but it's in this apartment right now the only yeah I was a kid I would go up in our attic and find something I'd wrap it and give it to my mom he's call surprised and happy and then finally she was like okay where do you get this put it back really really far can we talk about the Intel controversy and just get it over with right now I okay I was not for the people fat shaming are and I'm not the people skinny shaming her now whatever you feel healthy and good people now we're saying I'm too skinny and I'm happy being that might be happy that my dancing is like a bag of knives being drawn to the wall I don't care here's my thing about Adele I'm glad I'm very happy that she set a goal and achieved it how about that yes I this culture in general we do we just talk about people's bodies too much yeah and I think that that be what sends most listings have not been trained what compliment is for example I think I know the people think they're saying something nice when they say you've lost weight I understand that but that's just a statement it's like me buying the sun is out and and it to me we have such a fascination with how people look rather than how they how they feel about how they look right and for me the most comfortable the most beautiful thing is somebody who's comfortable with himself but she was beautiful before I think should happen now but if she right if you know your remarks I feel like I'm concerned about is she she's her marriage broke up she said I used to cry but now I sweat because snap is going to screw up everything if she can't do the break up songs because that's the whole right I mean about.
"littler" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Us or you could hear us through your Alexa or Google smart speaker I say that because the little you went out into the world is going to get even the Littler I know that's not the right word to use but yeah it does seem like it it's only a matter of time before we follow Denver mayor Hancock today with his stay at home order that will go into effect tomorrow evening I would expect Colorado springs to have a similar one in place if not through mayor Suthers but from governor Poloz himself at some point took the kids to garner the gods of course practicing stroll through social distancing so their ways their ways we'll see what this all comes down and I'm going to pick my head around the corner and talk to someone on the new siding and get exactly what this means because I think it's important not gonna lie I break it down but I just want to inform you you're nice enough to tune into the show if there's pertinent information I want to share with you so we'll do that if anything does break but in the meantime just talking sports silly little sports which I gotta tell you with NFL free agency even though the week went by slowly I did enjoy very much seen my Twitter timeline full of sports stuff and not real world stuff so hopefully huh there's a second wind and it fell free agency of course there's other things going on like the fact that the Olympics have been postponed which is a real world thing but also it's a sports thing and we'll talk to a David Ramsey coming up in the next segment to discuss that a little bit further I I just feel like I'm on the other side kind of on this I'm not saying that the Olympics must go off no matter what it I just didn't understand why we couldn't be a little bit patient and the fact that in this the world we're living in now we latch on to something and we just don't let go until it reaches its conclusion yeah I think that's what happened with the Olympics we just had nothing in the sports world really to distract us so over the weekend and a lot of people had opinions on it and you had a lot of countries the national governing bodies to wait in and just the momentum carried it through to war where we are now that the Olympics will not happen this year well probably this year they're not having in July founded tell Christine Brennan of USA today that the most likely scenario is that they are held next year which is fine if you can pull it off that's fine I'm just saying like if there was a chance that we have it under control I know the science is not in our favor in the calendar is not in our favor I just thought we could have exercise a little bit of patience but that is not the case and now here we are five two two nine eight seven two if you want to interact so someone that deserves a lot of credit for his reporting over the last few years is Seth Wickersham of ESPN I he wrote a lengthy piece on ESPN.
"littler" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"His spider man costume who does that it was just well I don't know if it was Littler but it was just a little okay well a little whiff of women just a with a with a win you know just so what was he do wait a minute how do we know there was a with the wind because in the morning hold on and the same time dressed as spider man he was wearing his official uniform doesn't people Peter Parker that couldn't be more appropriate thank you hello I have read the comic books I know how the story goes you don't want to give us parking is Peter okay we're gonna get shut down what happened after the lady saw the Peter Parker's hi Peter how many peers computer Harper well nothing happened to him quite frankly because of forty say that he destroyed that would be the most disconcerting thing ever if you're just like me it's a Sunday and it just drives away do you follow you do not follow Peter Parker to a second location you Sir Peter Parker's license plate I feel like that to put police but I feel like it's one of those things to that when it happens to you you're just you're so why would you like I just saw what it is he has what where okay his Spidey sense was tingling wasn't a Spidey sense honey I want to take you to Brunswick Ohio and I want to tell you about something that made the police blotter in Brunswick and it involves a man and a woman okay a man and a woman who were both cited recently for some conduct of a disorderly nature after having been spotted by an officer of the police now it's where and what that earns this couple crazy stupid idiot status that is it is it where they were cited and hot they were cited for that earned them crazy stupid idiot status also this is like crazy stupid idiots clue yeah okay let's play okay the man and the woman who we're caught at the library holding each other's special bid okay while in the middle of the day okay don't fill in the global I'm not gonna say you're totally off but let's start with when this was at one fifty one AM February twenty fourth totally wrong there and they were parked somewhere not in the library or the library parking lot they were reportedly intoxicated and the lady you part not the lady part but the lady how half of this year relationship because it was a man and a woman the lady half was quote nude from the waist down all catching a breeze yeah huh catching a breeze in a parking lot and again remember I said it's what they were doing and where where is a parking lot but not just any parking lot Holly it was a Bob Evans they were getting frisky on a Bob Evans parking lot those mashed potatoes or really got excited these mashed potatoes so they were getting frisky in a Bob Evans parking lot she was nude from the waist down here and the best of all they were cited however later released quote to a sober family member I have a question please what were the where the man and woman in the Bob Evans parking one the young man with no pants yeah the password they doing things to yeah yeah okay the word having sexual activities after you eat at Bob feeling Bob Evans twenty four hours they might it just pulled into the parking lot at the Bob Evans I don't know because I feel like I don't know that Bob Evans is open at one fifty one AM and if they are to your point I don't know that anybody's getting real Randy after a scuba Taylor's or they could have had take out and they sat in the parking lot her without pants eating there Bob Evans farm flex fresh flesh okay farm flash apparently they do we're gonna leave it right there when we come back the good news is it's time for the throwback live at two forty five he's gonna join us we'll find out when we come back right here on my talk one of seven one have you heard Donna and Steve lately check out this highlight from Monday in the eleven o'clock hour engine if you see something say something I just like I mean it's got to go Annaly.
Martini celebrates the festive season with a limited-edition Negroni chocolate collection created by Paul A. Young
"The beloved Italian Coktail Negroni is one hundred years old this year and the Shuki pull a young has been asked by Martini to concoct brand new chocolate to mark the occasion. Well Uncles Ben. Ryland sat down with Paula. littler Elliot to talk about the creative and practical processes of marrying chocolate with such such a famous drink. Plus they enjoyed a little bit of tasting along the way I have the great privilege of being approached by fantastic brands And a half to love the brand and all I have to love the product that the brand of created and for me it has to be natural. Ashby pure and ask interesting. And I've known the Martini brand for for decades. I remember adverts in the nineteen eighties with a particular on roller skates. trae Martini and the any time any place. Any were to have a Martini so so it was. It was always a happy memory for me. So when they approach and said we've got these new reserve special and brought on Rubino for Moose my East pricked up because I'm not a beer drinker. Call volume alcohol drinker. Let one night champagne and spirits. But I like Negroni old-fashioned says bitter sweet flavors because you can have them over ice on their own stop blending them and for me. Obviously I have to blend into the chocolate. So the challenge for me was taking the two commutes on brought her which is a a number color and the Rabin which is this ruby color from youth and taste them dilute pair them with chocolate. Let's try and find a combination that celebrates negroni because the centenary celebration of Negroni without the chocolate distorting the flavors and characters in the botanical in the two Moose but also the vermouth are very complex. And they've got that distinct bitter sweetness to they can easily distort the chocolate as well so it was actually an opportunity for me to work with them on getting that balance. Absolutely right Let's take quite a long time. We always think about the delicacies Kasese that can go with a glass of wine for example. What it it's fairly common knowledge that certain foods should go with a glass of wine? Don't sit down to a lovely gloss of red wine and then and and then tuck into a box of chips not good idea that we often don't think about that same sort of methodology when it comes to pairing something something we chocolate. How do you know what goes well with chocolate? It's a really good question in two parts to it. When I when I first started in chocolate a quite few years I would be guilty? If you've ever analyzing and I think it it's the way some people take chocolate which is if you're doing it professionally or academically you do have to have a process of pinpointing and finding all of us delicate compounds flavors and tastes to the point where you're deciding whether this chocolate is fine. Quality with beans have been fermented well of picked well or and so on and so you really digging in Bolt for me when it comes down to it. I have to take it back to base level when I smell it smell texture to like the taste from beginning middle and end and Roy after the after taste does it work with ingredients and now you get people who will say what wine and chocolate hard to pair. I find it very easy to pair. That's because I've tasted a lot of chocolate and a lot of wine and I can think about those flavors starting out and you taste piece of chocolate. How would you know which one to pick their hundreds if not thousands of them on the shelf to boy Oy? It's really difficult and all I say is by and tastes and eat what you like. Try It if you think it doesn't work. You're probably right because you own your tongue on your taste spots. And if it pairs well great. An I have always with all my tastings and events set to people if you prefer eating or milk white or dark chocolate with a cup of tea fantastic few think it works for you. It probably does but when it comes down to do you like if you do great no matter what anybody else says because you a half to want to eat again and again and again I'm almost runner of the cadbury cream egg at with the woman dipping hurt chips into a cream egg. Yeah well salty and sweet is massive business. The chocolate industry tree lady is not as crazy as she looked. She has no But I I do have a box of beautiful chocolates in front of me and you just pulled me a gloss of the move which was very kind of you for this time of day. A little SIP exactly Tell me tell me first. What vermouth measuring? This has gone brought us. This is the amber colored very light fresh smell wise. I've got fruit and it has to me sympathy botanical. Medicinal that's not meant to be a negative Tiv- term. I remember as a child having buttercup Syrup as a medicine and Dundee Line serapis kind of things those botanical can pass over very successfully into a Moose yes and drinks and this has that element of bitter sweet to it which if you think about bittersweet flavor dark chocolate is bittersweet already got a really good foundation and having having having a taste It's light on the tongue but the aftertaste is really really long It's beautiful sweet as well. But not over not overpowering only switch cleverly made it very sweet not overly sweet at the beginning and then this kind of botanical bitter dryness comes in the end and the chocolate made with it is the blue and gold marbled finish which represents the best colors on the buttocks. It's a beautiful bottle. Ferry Italian design obviously and sticking with Martini brand absolutely. I think if you are familiar with the Martini a line of Vermouth e you probably would be impressed by this particular RESERVA SPATULA pull. Educate me on how I should be eating the chocolates with the truth. We've had a drink of Mussa. Still got the flavor. There have a bite of one of the chocolates list. It's the blue and gold when it has a very soft center of white chocolate. We've got some Bombay Sapphire Gin. We've the VERMOUTH in there. Got Some Madagascans chocolate. which is thought delicate fruity chocolate? And very little else the predominant ingredient in that is the vermouth because I wanted that flavor to to last on the tongue. And it's it's a gorgeous balance. The dark chocolate is just bitter sweet enough like the vermouth. Once you've had the first bite and it's melted and swallowed. I have a bit more. Vermouth just passed me. A A glass of Rabin now I suppose that means that well to be polite I would have to try some of this. You would have to try that one as well this array of full of flavor for me I get kind of a smell of time leaves and herb Leary is very very very smooth. A little a bit Rich in feeling flavor and that's represented in the chocolate as well. We've got that lovely Madagascar chocolate again. But they could nash the filling inside. I just heavier more full needs a bit more impact. Bit more strength to it. So it doesn't get lost in the Renault so now that we've had some of the redeem we should be tasting some of the chocolate or I'd have made the chocolates a half dome a very smooth surface and a dark chocolate can inside Very very different indeed this one. Yeah very dock inside and a much more pungent hit it take. It took a long time to find the right chocolates to work with the to the most because Kosta so complex for example. If you choose orange which I love chocolate and orange you instantly got. I honestly know which chocolate to put with it to get that nostalgic fail. I love chocolate orange. What this it was? Try again try again try again. It's absolutely fantastic. The opportunity to have something that is quite unusual all to work with both familiar. It's funny how I haven't had either the Vermouth to start with but the familiarity and some of the botanical in. I don't know where that's from. I'm from my many years past of tasting and eating but there is something in them and all my team who tried to. There's something in recognized but I don't know what it is. I think a lot of people might say I've I've never had vermouth on its own. I've had a Martini Shaken oster Martini or I've had it as a mix of had it in an aground. Have I had it with chocolate would would I tried it if it wasn't in the chocolate maybe not so my job and my responsibility is just to inspire people to try something different. Because that's what I've had the opportunity. It's due to create the chocolates. I think you've done very well. Thank you so much. That was really
"littler" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"It those of you in the audience by one of your books his autobiography but he was a spice trainer is also built in conquered really drugs of the time he cannabis so not type attack so he has a negative history for us hi I'd like to say your books his books I see I guess it's both of your books kind the kind of focus on helping humanity in kind of awakening people don't say well they sure do you know the first three books the subtitle was communications from south on the awakening of humanity and that was back in two thousand and two when people we're really not talking about the awakening now it's on everybody's lips the awakening something's happening things are changing we'll be coming more conscious there's talk of more there's been a lot more UFO sightings Littler yeah they sure have been a good one still really good point of verifiable so there is this dimensional sure of that seems to be occurring a what's it called the fourth dimensional shift what other people are calling the ascension and so on I think you basically talking about what a lot of new age heroes and teachers.
"littler" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You to call and text and give us some good news Littler Littler large why you're smiling and I'm telling you it's a group hug the works every single time on the radio people will say my son is coming home from the war my daughter just graduated from med school or Hey have you tried the new chicken sandwich I mean whatever's making you happy makes us happy it's called the bright side we want to hear it we'll do that at two forty as it is Friday visit with Marlen Garcia in a little bit she's the sun times editorial board member and columnist who today said in the sun times you know what those I HSA kids from the Chicago public schools who don't get to participate in the state tournaments in the cross country meet this weekend they shouldn't okay smokes we finally found somebody to advocate for that side because I said all along when I get to be king those kids are running in the meat are you kidding me why in the world don't they let the kids participate in a soccer in the football on the cross country and all of the things that they want to participate in well it turns out they have bylaws and if we bend the by laws now that will bend them later and then we've got a conundrum don't we that's what adults say and do that are just too steeped in rules I'm a great situational ethicist that's why I want to be king someday because I think I'll get it right most of the time and in this case I don't think this is a hard one yeah you can run in the cross country meet for crying out loud marlin why are you saying they couldn't at one thirty five hopefully she's not listening right now and will decide to join us and by the way the biggest football game of the year in college football will come your way on Saturday we ask Kevin Powell and Sam penny on of its to just jump on with this for a minute in the two o'clock hour tell us why if you're near a TV this weekend you should watch that game what to look for okay Steve you said are we gonna do this again and we're gonna do this again because that's what we do during the holidays we've gone past now the the hollow lane controversies and we're moving on to thanksgiving and Christmas controversy can we just focus on the baby Jesus well first of all you can say baby Jesus so the latest is the this is the second year we've really done those it's not the latest well the annual this is this is like watching a hallmark Christmas show comes back every year name one and and the version of it we have this year is John legend and Kelly Clarkson have baby it's cold outside and it's the new it's the new think on what that date is like in twenty nineteen how that should play out but you can't appreciate that lets you at least take a line or two from the original song siliceous go down this road because they're both great songs but they're just completely different attitudes remember yesterday we spent some time on the show talking about how millennials feel different than boomers are generic search engines years if you're seventy or sixty you feel differently if you're fifty than somebody who feels twenty or thirty about a whole host of issues and this song is a little emblematic of that so here is Louis Armstrong Ella Fitzgerald this is line one hour I really.
UK's Johnson weakened by party defections over Brexit
"Discussing the most recent updates on brexit recently most recent news just developing the last twenty minutes is that Boris Johnson has just lost his majority in parliament defection of conservative Philip leave the Littler Liberal Democrats has made him lose that majority and so in all likelihood you're gonna see a lot legislation passed away brexit in which case Johnson is gonna call for elections. and ultimately I think he might pick up seats with that error because it right now he doesn't have a full majority right well he did. nobody is a R. he had it but they're still there I think there's it's basically a multi party system yeah you've got to parties though the labor and the conservatives but then you have a slew of other parties that have significant number of votes on like the United States you third parties have a quite a few votes yeah they do sorry he's lost his majority at this point so. like I said your guess is as good as mine it doesn't look like we're going to have any sort of brexit come October thirty first and not in all likelihood
"littler" Discussed on AP News
"Organizing committee's questioning the dire predictions while acknowledging the railways will be packed with eight hundred thousand extra passengers a day north and South Korea will unify by twenty forty five that's according to south Korean president moon jae in whose pledge till solidify the foundation for hosting the joint twenty thirty two Seoul Pyongyang Olympics he made the remarks in a televised speech at a commemoration marking the seventy fourth anniversary of south Korea's liberation from Japanese colonial rule he also said the momentum for dialogue with North Korea remains alive despite the series of actions taken by the north recently he called for Pyongyang to choose economic prosperity over its nuclear program customs check in delays I'm to acquire with an A. P. news been at thousands of passengers arriving into the U. S. at airports across the country ran into long lines at customs Michael Littler it is a spokesman for metro Washington airports he says customs and border protection notify the airport we learned that the computer system that customs and border protection uses to international travelers into the country had an issue agents were screening passengers manually leading to the back ups the computers are back on at Washington Dulles and other east coast airports New York city's medical examiner says billionaire Jeffrey opting committed suicide by hanging himself in his cell and the federal lockup last Saturday after the new it earlier been taken off the suicide watch is being held without bail on charges of sex trafficking and sexually abusing teenage girls he was found dead in his cell a bed sheet around his neck jail guards on its teams unit fell.
"littler" Discussed on KOMO
"For from ABC news Peter Fonda has died in Los Angeles following a battle with lung cancer that confirmation coming from a publicist born in a Hollywood royalty as Henry Fonda's only son Peter carved his own path earning an Oscar nomination for co writing easy rider he told PBS in two thousand nine it wasn't just that I was twenty two I wasn't going to be seen as anything other than Henry Fonda son until somehow I kicked out the the whole thing it is your right and did that for me if it kicked me away from my father's monumental shadow fund it was seventy nine computer systems slowly coming back on line at customs and border protection stations at major airports nationwide appears that there are still some long lines at passport control and so there may be a little bit like your wait time to get through past passport control does therefore spokesman Mike Littler instances things are getting back to normal there and see tackle here Allie X. JFK many others starting to process passengers regularly now the office of the chief medical examiner has concluded that Jeffrey abstains death was suicide by hanging source familiar with the conclusion telling ABC news that federal investigators releasing initial findings into yesterday's plane crash involving Dale Earnhardt junior the flight from Statesville North Carolina to Elizabethton Tennessee was a short one only about twenty minutes as the Cessna citation latitude landed NTSB investigators say it bounced twice the second time hitting the runway so hard the right main landing gear collapsed the plane skidded past the end of the runway through a fence and stopped near a highway where it burned the NTSB will issue its initial report in about a week ABC's pecans everyone on board survived police in southern Missouri say a person who shot two officers trying to serve an eviction notice has surrendered following an hours long standoff Missouri state highway patrol says both officers suffered non life threatening injuries you're listening to ABC news.
"littler" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Busted me are you would do Littler when you talk to now hello on the radio you're that such as doodling you do have something very peculiar celery body what you drink pictures of it was just like what is it well you thought they were but it looks like you've drawn a series of bots I am maybe I don't know what that is I don't really think about it like some teeth appear now that makes it even better what do you I know what you really don't doodle now all my god if you look through some of all my paper I doodle yeah it looks like it but never with that kind of symbolism it was just a bunch of parentheses that I started doing I don't know but so far like a large intestine that's far better here right all right I'm gonna ask you a question and I know I'm putting you on the spot but there's a reason I'm asking is what is the strangest job you've ever had this one working with this one now I have not had that many jobs in I really haven't I think it when I was a kid at the riverside swim club I lived in Brookfield but all my friends lived in riverside and they worked in the basket room so I think they got me to work there for a week but I I really wasn't paid I just would you have to do just when someone would come and put their clothes down in a basket I would give them the matching Kita that basket and then I would put the basket somewhere else and they will reclaim it later yeah but I honestly I wasn't paid I think they just allowed me to swim at the pool and they're so kind of worth it but that lasted maybe just to for like a month or so that's not bad that's a horrible and then I worked at the gap that's a straight man could tell you all my jobs there really haven't been there more normal yeah and then I worked at Charles Lee Stevens and customer service which I totally love that strange at all could you give trapping and people pay their bills I really like yeah and then brook field zero that's not strange at all either and the railroad louder safari Senate loyal hospital in the kitchen food service I will to this day one of my favorite job really it's just you either delivered trays to the patients yeah or you I was there a conveyor belt I always thought of the Lucy and Ethel episode with the chocolate and you just would read what the menu said and you put it I love to work and and that was in high school and it was above minimum wage and and then I started in radio you've been very lucky that's that's almost everybody has a job in the reason I bring this up is there's not online website twenty four seven where they have said they have gone state by state I'm a sucker for these papers you know you do like and they have figured out with the strangest job is in each state right for instance in California the strangest job you can have is that of the dogs surfing instructor you know how dogs love to surf when he well your dog is always just thinking about surfing quite honestly that would be a good job because I but it pays well and I bet you're not too busy because that right Sir right it says here as home to the world dogs surfing competition due I didn't know that no I didn't hear although that it makes sense doesn't what doesn't happen there over three thousand miles of coastline there in California is arguably the best state where it makes sense to have a job teaching dogs how to surf I think that's a sign if you're wondering if you need to sign that you're making too much money if you're bringing your dog and for surfing lessons you are making too much money in Arkansas the strange job you can have is that of a log grader I give it a name you're you're almost exactly right Arkansas has one of the nation's largest logging industries and the state has one of the highest concentrations of log graders and scalars estimate the value of harvested timber could you do that job how long can you last being a lot greater media day if that I could make it a full day right you just take your time right yeah and you can wear flannel shirt which would be because that's nice you're right this one I don't that whoever put this one and I don't think spent a lot of time thinking about it because according to this in Connecticut the strangest job you could have is telephone operator one ringing being me the party to whom I am speaking telephone operators are much rarer than they were a few decades ago as automation has rendered many jobs obsolete but there is still a need to re direct customer calls and assist with billing information for businesses I guarantee you somewhere in Connecticut someone has a stranger job than being a telephone operator and positive of that Hey it's not that straight into it I hate to say this because I sound really stupid why but if I hit zero right now on the phone yeah still get it apparate or what is an operator even do anymore I do I honestly don't know the answer to that okay so you're if I don't do well with me yeah I'm I'm driving the stupid boat hi honestly if you hit zero I would assume an operator is still there but here's what they would do why are you bothering me for ever because they'd be like what hello what yeah what do you need and everything is automated now I have a side job or I do a lot of messages on hold yeah times you hear my voice yeah yeah it's a lot nicer tell your wife yeah well dear Wendy in Spanish press five all up but see honestly like directory assistance and stuff I would almost imagine that's modern automated now you wouldn't yeah you'd think crying like press the number right of the first letter of their last name right press it now but sometimes the pound key in the days before cell phones and and what they've become sometimes you would call the operator no we take awhile for the operator pick up because they were so busy yes you were it wasn't immediate you'd have to wait a little while you know what I did with the operator every new years as a kid I would dial zero down when they pick it up I would say they go directory assistance may I help you are this is the operator may I help you and I said yeah I'm just calling to wish you a happy new year and they will always were super nice they were like they weren't expecting my call thank you so much but can I get your number nope nope the number is the new year's eve nineteen ninety nine while there used to be a service here in Chicago called sports phone and you would call up in you we get they would updated every five minutes and it was whatever sporting events for going on if it was you know baseball season B. baseball scores over that yeah I used to call that a bunch and movie phone there was there was a movie phone right and there was the to it there was a number to call to know what time it was yeah it was like nine seven six one two one two or at the tone the time will be one seventeen and forty seconds and then you could say you're making model watch too it was silly who I don't really I don't know in full well let's do this let's take a break and then I have more these the Illinois strangers job again I don't think is correct visit radio chefs yes we'll get to more these next if you'd like to jump in with three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred it's bill in one day and WGN.
"littler" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Guard James harden and Russell Westbrook I mean forget it that's like that's to win the peace in your back court right so stealth who also is an A. B. P. with them you know maybe most improved d'angelo Russell yeah they they're still second fiddle are you in all are yeah you know it's funny man that we did I'm telling you man with all the moving of the NBA I'm thinking about something like okay either the warriors are probably the the Blazers CJ and Littler out about that I didn't even think about pardon what really I don't think harden is a is a car I think we can here to do he's like of what is a weird place three and to reach the ball plus a bunch of one either but also for the cell is basketball he's a guard because he brings the ball up the court seventy five percent of the time are you wish for Kerr Michael down from the grease backward either you you break it down yeah one of the most prolific scored backwards of all that one of the greatest if not the greatest coach of all time as Alabama's Nick Saban they've come out come under fire lately for scheduling FCS opponent in the middle of their SEC schedule to help pick up the grind of that difficult conference opponent however Stephen is that they've tried to add other power five appointed over the years but most have balked and don't want to play them over the weekend seven double down again telling ESPN quote I was in the NFL will replace all the games against NFL team let's play at least ten power five games a year it would be better for the players better for the fans and I think you wouldn't have to worry that if you lost one game that you wouldn't have as much of a chance to still be in the playoffs and quote inbound outbound it would be better for college football as a whole if power five.
T-Mobile-Sprint merger gains Justice Department OK thanks to Dish
"Think the big story of the week was the t. mobile sprint merger is mostly okay i'll say fully full speed ahead it's not a go yet but the f._c._c. <hes> said okay the department of justice us department of justice said okay now all that remains is some couple dozen states attorneys general who had been suing to prevent the merger saying oh man we need for cell phone companies i you know i kind of liked what the d._o._j. did i feel like i would bet that the attorneys general drop their suits if not this is is going to really drag out because the trials not till september could even be december because of these new information that might get the lay and this could go on and on what we have is one phone company sprint that's just dying just really struggling another company t mobile that has through better marketing i think in a and just clever strategy thanks to their c._e._o. john ledger and and others i guess <hes> put together a darn fine cell phone company and i'm a customer of course i'm a customer of all of them but i liked him mobile i think they've done a good job sprint recently got backing from japan's softbank that means at least have some money money t. mobile's backed by deutsche telekom the german telecommunications company but with the merger they will become a pretty much the same size as horizon a._t. and t. you know within a hair's breadth each other we'll have three very big it companies and of course the problem is when you're small you know when you have ten million customers you just do it everything again to get eleven million customers when you have one hundred million customers you just try to hold on let's just keep those customers and i'm quoting here a guy named charlie ergen chai i have a lot of respect for charlie ergen and interesting fellow who is a big part of this deal he doesn't work at t. mobile he doesn't work at sprint he was for a long time a professional poker player who was an analyst and <hes> for frito lay counting potato chips in nineteen eighty he actually was such a good poker player he was ben and blackjack was he was banned by some las vegas casinos said you can't you can't come here count our cards how dare you charlie sm- in other words it's smart guy and also go-getter right you know you gotta have some ambition mission to do that in nineteen eighty he <hes> he left his job at frito lay the tip of chip manufacturer got together with his buddy pulled together about sixty thousand dollars and <hes> <hes> his buddy his buddy i've also met met both of them <hes> jim di franco another poker player by the way they pooled their money sixty thousand dollars and and started a business selling the the ten ten foot satellite the satellite dishes in denver this is nineteen eighty eventually he built a company that sold the littler dishes the you know the hubcap sized dishes and took on cable tv create a little company you might know as dish the dish network twelve million customers he is now worth his sixty thousand dollar investment in nineteen eddie now worth nine billion dollars nine billion dollars so he's done all right he also owns echostar satellite company and <hes> he has been over the last decade collecting <hes> something that's very valuable almost as good as poker chips or gold he's been collecting wireless spectrum frequencies sometimes to the dismay of the federal communications nations commission and the other carriers because he's not using them he's sitting on him he's been a smart like a fox collecting these frequencies when t. mobile was told by the department of justice look this merger is not going to happen unless you somehow do something to create a fourth carrier you divest yourself of boost mobile your other your other <hes> little mobile companies and do something to make a big carrier metro p._c._s. yes so when that happened john ledger the c._e._o. of t. mobile place to call to charlie ergen the c._e._o. of dish said we should talk and that's how the dish became a big player in all of this in fact the f._c._c. is demanding that they start a fourth cellular company in the united states and they get it up and running fast but here's where charlie was smart he got all those frequencies some really juicy ones didn't do anything still hasn't done anything with them he was waiting he said why build a lt networker four g. network when you're just gonna have to scrap everything and build a five g. network a few years later he was waiting waiting for five g. the next generation of cell phone communications and you know sometimes it's better not to have existing infrastructure to start from scratch sometimes you get an advantage doing that so it's gonna be interesting testing he will be dish the new dish i don't know if they'll call it dish but i hope they don't because it's a terrible name it's fine if you have a satellite dish but it doesn't make any sense for his cell phone carrier we'll be <hes> one hundred percent five g. they're not i can do l. t. e. or three g or even old style phone service or text it'll be a self service company in that sense you know that you can use your cell phone with it but it will all be on the five g. network he this is he's all in in poker terms he's pushed his chips to the center of the table and said because it's going to cost him big ten billion dollars at least to roll out this network at least and you know how that is when they say numbers like like that you know it goes up this will initially use t. mobile's towers and so forth that was part of the deal to they will <hes> they're kind of start off that way charlie says dish can offer on demand pricing something to sell carriers don't charging less in the middle of the night he's gonna target businesses like auto makers who are putting sell connections in their cars right all the new cars they have sell connections they'll have five g connections charlie says we're going to get someplace in three years it took the other guys ten i think this is exciting and interesting and it could charlie's known man this guy's a character i was <hes> years ago i did he he has a show on dish called charlie chat met the guy went out to a studio in denver did charlie chen was was impressed by he's he's which call a maverick he's one of those guys and we are in a way blessed i think we're surrounded by interesting creative business types maybe in the you know the robber barons of the turn of the last century the john d rockefeller's the andrew carnegie's are kinda like that i'm thinking elon musk jeff bezos and now charlie ergen these guys who are willing to risk it all on a crazy idea to do something amazing ilan's risk plan besides tesla but he also has space x he wants to go to mars but the thing i think he's doing this the most interesting is his thing starlink they're going to launch more than ten i think twelve thousand satellites low-earth orbit satellites to provide high speed gigabit internet access to every square inch of the planet in five years wow it's kind of that's the kind of big thinking i think that could change the world i i think charlie has something like that in mind to fascinating to watch you know and it's his chips he's risking not ours
"littler" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Also other organizations in the community we were constantly write grants to provide the instruments because we need like one hundred base is forty nine drums like that's that's crazy life what does Amir plugs rightly the clock like unlimited ear plugs okay and all kind of things drumsticks ever all the things you can imagine are needed for finding and so such a good time though what am I going to get to you all's bands though here and check it out okay I'm gonna play them in order so that I don't get mixed up here this is a good song me so this next band yes out I've I don't know what number band this is by which one the perfect six hope we I know you're eager yes this song this band's name is the perfect six it was the only band that has six members usually there's five sometimes your honor off a camper like session one we were off a camper and one of the band's wrote a they do have a vocalist they wrote that all instrumental song call almost up John remember this Helen do you remember that wasn't that a great song it was all instrumental and they just had one lyrical moves the night Gwen a day and that's it as a and M. balloon going to mobile don't like log yeah it was amazing so and the kids so you just do whatever you given here's ten people and next thing you know they got a full ensemble but so this band yes is called the perfect six the wonderful hot new debut single they wrote is call I wrote this song very meta this is the opening for it when this was it's not opening song yeah yeah show the youngest girl is the youngest girls all the little ones Littler than me and they were so if this is C. Jana my race Siona Guyana Jia Jia eight Adam may lily shows C. N. my I got to work with Josie yeah a year or two ago my amp and that this band was caused by Nikki and Nancy and me and our Marilyn this is your all my gosh we are celebrating girls rock camp session to the finality the all the work and the wonderful thing that came out of it that will forever live in our hearts is so thanks for joining here on her if in a variety this is the scoop with coop at noon miss all about girls rock camp sessions to let's hear the perfect six with their hot new debut single call I wrote this song starting this.
"littler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Hundred W. L. W. traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati a first for the Vatican this is the five thirty report I map reeks breaking now for the first time ever some women are receiving appointments by the Vatican the roles are considered executive level the pope has name seven women who had religious orders to overseas positions this means for the first time women will have a say over the direction of a Vatican department and one that affects the lives of nuns the pope's decision come shortly after he chose the first female Consultores to the synod of bishops and congregation for the doctrine of the faith the Vatican moral watchdog department the overseas appointments go a step further in giving women executive rather than merely consul Tate of roles Meghan Williams ABC news Rome check the expressways now the latest traffic and weather together from the you see health traffic center you see health probably the only comprehensive stroke center within the region learn more at UC health dot com there's a broken down south bound seventy five as you're approaching Galbreath the blocking the left lane there your heavy back to Sharon latest accidents on Madison pike at Howard Littler and report to the traffic lights on flash at the intersection of Mitchell and canard traffic remain stop and go north seventy five turf waited two seventy five then between Mitchell in union center south bound around the brakes from Sharon through Lachlan then from liberty for the cut in the hill nor seventy one a crowd between the lateral and Ronald Reagan south bound you're having between Reagan and rage and then from Martin Luther king onto for Washington way rob Williams newsradio seven hundred WLW ladies forecast.
"littler" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
"This is episode ninety seven of strawberry. Women radio. Welcome extrordinary women radio. I of your host Cami Gilmore women are being called to lead the voice vitality and bigger each week. Join me for wisdom field interviews with extraordinary women living out loud and making a difference in our world their stories will uplift inspire and spark your own purpose driven journey. Hello. My extraordinary women friends as this episode airs, I'll be in Milwaukee speaking to the woman network chapter on how to raise up your voice, your visibility and your business, then I'm gonna head right back to Denver to get the same talk to the Colorado business women group in addition to that I'm putting all of the details in place for my may twenty-first extraordinary women connected in Denver at the Abend art gallery. We're going to be talking about the art of women in community and Claver ration- a perfect topic that's near and dear to my heart as. These events are all about connecting great, women degrade women and meaningful conversation and story. I love the connections that come out of these events. I love that people. Tell me that there isn't anything like them. And that they come back time and time again, I think I'm onto something here. I've got a great lineup for our circle of inspiration panel, including Shannon, block, whom you might remember from an interview earlier this year. Shannon has broken the glass ceiling numerous times and is doing some amazing work in the educational space. Today, we've also got Christian bussmann the CEO of the Colorado women's chamber of commerce in Virginia. Sandy from women kind a co working space designed by women for women and Stacey Todman who is launching a new co working space for women called rise collaborative in Denver this week modeled after her already very successful St Louis space. These women know a thing or two about the art of women and community in collaboration, and I can't wait to bring their wisdom to the room. Details around my website at Cami Gillner dot com. And tickets are already going fast before I've made the announcement. So get your tickets sim. Speaking of women in connection in collaboration. I am thrilled to bring you. Today's extrordinary women radio guest Marianne Littler as we have worked and played in connection in collaboration together for years Maryanne is a friend. She's been a client, and we served on the American diabetes association board together. In addition Marianne Serbs on my advisory board for the ordinary women connect, she's an extraordinary woman that I am honored to call a friend in Maryanne is rocking her consulting and coaching work in leadership and communication in her company peak to peak business strategies after leaving a highly successful thirty six year executive career. Air her impressive career, spanned international business development operations customer excellence product management team management in sales leadership. She's rapidly grown her consulting business grounded in this expansive background experience and to top it off. She's doing some amazing work in Peru. Supporting the healthcare system in the remote villages of the Amazon. She's going to share the story today. I can't wait to introduce you to my dear friend Maryann lets me Marianne Littler of peak to peak business strategies. Well, welcomed extraordinary women radio Maryanne. Thank you. It's great to be here. It's certainly great to have you on. And it's been such a joy to travel such a tremendous collaborative journey with you. I remember the very first time we met I don't even know how many years ago this was on a linked in group. Probably five or six, I think. Yeah. Yeah. Life is an certainly changed for you since we first met, you know, at that time, you were traveling back and forth to New York City every week. And I know that when we first connected you've joined the American diabetes board just shortly after we met. So we were invited you. That's how we met. I was I was looking for board members. And you said I'm interested in then we joined the board together we had so much fun on that board together. And now you've gone through some really big changes since way back then when you were traveling back and forth to New York City every week. Can you tell us a little bit about it? Because I love stories are transition. I know you do you know, if I kind of look back, I I had been in the corporate world for about thirty five years or so had been climbing up steadily worked for a couple of high. Tech organizations and did some global expansion around the world and one of my clients asked me to come work for him at a major financial institution in New York. And so I made that jump biggest job I ever had. I was managing billion dollars worth of of portfolio of contracts in the information services world, but as you know, the job was in New York. And so I ended up commuting to New York and I left every Sunday morning on the eight o'clock flight to LaGuardia. I lived in the mid town Hilton. They got to know me by my first name, in fact, sometimes I would go back and remind just left, and then I would fly home on Friday night. And after doing that for a year determined a couple of things first of all the culture at at this particular Bank was pretty punitive pretty toxic. You know, the. The scope of the job was was a great job and building a team. But I was on conference calls literally for twelve to fourteen hours a day and on the rare chance that I was in Denver.
"littler" Discussed on Future Tense
"This is an ABC podcast. Over the mother of parliaments over the his Taty came. John wall, APRIL's. It was the best day of the crown head of the Commonwealth happily coinciding with a state opening of parliament as royno arrival drew near the imperial. There are many ways could use to describe debris Royal system. Meritocratic certainly isn't one of them all load, spiritual and temporal and all other subjects whatsoever. To whom these presents shall come greeting know Ye that we have our special brace certain knowledge and now. Fennell here. Welcome to feature tents. What kind of country what kind of society? Do we want to be? I m player about the onset. I won't Britain to be the world's greats merit truck. Crecy where country where everyone has a fair chance to go. As far as that talent. And their hard work will allow for far too, many talk of base election and meritocracy has waxed and waned over the years. But in recent times, there seems to have been a rise in interest for the meritocratic ideal societies and governments look for ways to deal with rising inequality some seat as the means to affair future. But this will hit today, it's always been and still leaves a problematic notion. Dr Joe Littler from the department of sociology at City University of London. Well, generally today, most people take marriage hokey to me a social system which the ladder of opportunity is that everyone if you have enough news and commissions to work hard and today, your talent and climb and reach the top of the social ladder. Germany's today, which probably sounds fair enough, HUD, get rewarded and by location, those who don't work hard or don't achieve in other words, those who don't shy merit. Don't get rewarded, but the meritocratic ideal carries with it a sting in the tail that many Joe is LA find troubling. So it's a long history it's gonna standing heritage. But in respect the message that your success depends on you, you only did it. You're responsible for working hard for your talent has been increasingly pushed upon his. I think over the past decades words, if you haven't achieved you only have yourself to blame. Oh, it's a fantastically seductive idea. Those of us who are successful. It's much more seductive to believe you're successful because of your strength or your skill or your talents or your smart or your hard work than because you simply got lucky Christopher poll from the university of Seattle in so with mayor talker. So you've got to self insulating bid at the end where if you've got good things it's because of you not because of the things around ju- in that way becomes self reinforcing. Because those at the top it's much more comfortable to believe that you got there because of you rather than because the deck was stuck in your favor. Now, one of the interesting things about the meritocratic ideal is that it was originally coined as a negative. When the tempest payments being in English in the nineteen fifties. It was a ten of us that it was assigned to it was a word that you wanted to adopt as a positive way of thinking about society. So the industrial socialogist folks meritocracy was something ludicrous. So he thought that the I did you give prizes to the already gifted that you give comic rewards to people who already talented was unfair ludicrous. And he said, you know, why should we think about otherwise voting people into scienc-? Why shouldn't we example spread wealth out evenly or give people more leisure time who don't have enough? This is the first usage of the term, Michael young. They political theorist. It was also something ridiculous in his satirical. Book. The rise of the talk talked to see was it wasn't a social system to aspire to and the philosopher hundred event to greet them. Both and said that my talk Crecy any better than any other golf is just a. System that some. Emma, mutual thing happened to term was co opted and turned on Tate. So for the nineteen seventies. It becomes something that changes and its value. It moves from the idea of a system, which is terrible and unfunny to something which people should aspire to promote the end of the social they stunned bell. And then by the nine thousand nine hundred has been used by a range of right wing, think tanks in particular two hundred push the only day that people should strive with each other, and that society should reward on the basis of merit and give different economic woods on the basis of my what's the appeal today. I mean, why are we hearing it used more and more by politicians on both sides of the political spectrum? Well, the partic- the is really comes from the fact that it sounds much more star older phones than heritage privilege, so within it contains lots of things are very hard to argue against you wouldn't really want to because all used against the idea. Did you know that privilege should just keep Howitt's themselves? It justed toward the system where you have people being up to move from the place, they came from his within a lot of undeniable strength, but as well as these small points, bitcoin ac-, you have within a whole heap of Mr. vacation. I think so it comes to what is a myth really to obscure inequality and becomes a way to disguise. The fact that the social system is unfair and guessing more and more. So. Let me give you two examples of what little is talking about the liberal party is in the middle of debate about how it recruits and traits women, even the new deputy liberal later. Josh frieden. Berg has admitted there's a problem. Well, I think what we do need to appoint according to mirrors has long been given. As the reason stroll is governing liberal party refuses to introduce quotas for women as no Myo politician has ever found his way to the top simply through connections. And then there's this is pay out of control. This is the question that has troubled politicians. Campaigners and shareholders for years will a little has been done to rain high bonuses, a big concern is pay rises procedure is appear to have little correlation to company formats take a look at this forget bonuses in the supposedly meritocratic world of clipper management as we've seen time. And again, even those CEO's and senior executives who spectacularly fail or who forced from there. Positions because of scandal still managed to secure a huge golden handshake often the millions. Antony are you there? Yes, I am. Dr Steven McNamee is a professor in sociology at the university of North Carolina Wilmington meritocracy refers to a system in which rewards are rendered on the basis, of course, mental contribution and proportional contribution is related to a combination of peoples in eight talents and effort, so whether the system as a whole work that way is different than whether discrete individuals possess merit. So the argument that I make is that if one presumes that the system is a whole works as narrow talks that is because the evidence suggests that presumption of marathon is demonstrably false that individuals possess merit is not in itself. Self amid the idea of meritocracy does seem to be very prevalent today, a tickly when we talk about the issues that we having in wasted societies with inequality with growing Rausing inequality. Why do you believe that it is prevalent? If indeed you do believe that it is prevalent on these on the rise in America. The presumption has always been prevalent, and in some ways the reasons for that are similar to what I respect is going on and Austrailia. So for instance, America absence of feudal pass unlike England from which we were former colony as Willis, the case in Australia, and we had a western frontier for a formative stages of development of the United States, and the presumption there along with the kind of frontier mentality Australia is that there's lots of land of opportunity literally and figuratively for those with kind of plan your spirit who could over. Overcome adversity obstacles and stake their claim and do well. But the reality falls short of that now as part of his research, Stephen McNamee took several factors presumed to be associated with Maritz and interrogated their affect on income and wealth. Things like intelligence, hard, work, integrity, and moral character. Then he looked at no merit factors. Inheritance? Coach capital luck etcetera. And what he found was it was the no merit factors that were much more important in influencing a person's income and wealth, the one that in America is most often cited in servant research. She point you talk to people as what is the key factor and getting ahead in America by far the overwhelming response from Merican is hard work. So when you look at actually would affect though that hard work has on who gets what now much way income, and well, it turns out that it's largely a trope and largely cannot in America. The really big money comes from economic inheritance. And of course, it requires no work to in her the family fortune. And then the other source of big money in America is not what you do for a living by way of working but living off investment, and that is owning assets and drawing. Interesting come from assets. And it turns out that if you look at work in terms of any kind of measurement, for instance, hours of work turns out, the not very well associated with income or wealth, or if he would imagine for instance, hard work as the expenditure of calories, physical exertion, and that case, the people who do the heavy lifting in American society and other Zandt capitalist societies actually earned least, not the most. And it provides the basis for legitimation of inequality that yes, we have economic inequality. But the presumption is it's just and fair because the presumption is that the who put into the system get the most out of it. And there's a great deal of Heidi logical commitment to that idea again associated with presumption of the American dream that you can go from rags to riches, but it turns out that the reality falls short of that hard work, determination and initiative. This is the foundation of the American dream. And no one exemplifies the American dream better than John Americans are becoming more cynical about, you know, the one hand we have this American trains that steeping. This presumption meritocracy than the other hand people have lived experience and their lived experiences contradict that ideology. So they know for instance, that it takes money to make money. They know for instance, that it's who you know, what, you know. They know for instance, that it's possible to just playing dumb luck as nothing to do with Mary, they know for instance, people can marry into money. So they're all these kind of non merit path ways to mobility or income or great. Well, I do a bunch of research on video games. And that's where my primary academic researches. And when I started to read more on meritocracy in the critiques meritocracy, I started thinking to myself. Oh my goodness. This is perfect for video games. This is exactly what video games are. And I make an argument that video games are actualized Mira talk. Crecy the video game design video game narratives have chased meritocracy more. So than society could on into computers help in that process that the way the games are designed executed run in the stories. They tend to tell all reinforced the ideas of meritocracy, and then does lead players to act on the base America Crecy internally ugly each other, and that's part of the structural issue. We have with video games is that they're presumed to be meritocratic. They're designed to be meritocratic. And they have all of the problems that America Crecy brings into play. And then includes according to associate professor Christopher pole an exaggerated emphasis on the importance of the individual. They have are built around competition around leaderboards around being able to step into the ring and try yourself against somebody else in an effort to move forward. Give away points that giveaway scores. They're designed to give us something that shows us the clear winner and clear loser. So that we can best judge who is most talented at the game and that plays into all kinds of murder critic tropes. To lead us to believe that if we do this thing in this way, we have found the most talented player without taking into account any of the social structures or rewards or advantages that were given to one player or another Australian players may find this particularly relevant in the idea that when they play on other servers from other areas Australia's of distant from Europe or do United States that they play with a greater degree of live in their connections than North American players. So things happen in the game more slowly than they happen for North American player. So they're actually playing it at disadvantage, so how can we possibly adjudicate the best player when they're not playing on the same playing field?
South Dakota e-commerce sale tax fight reaches U.S. Supreme Court
"Of the area interstate ninety two reverend city and interstate twenty nine hundred north dakota line are closed this winter storm is on us humans it's even tougher on newborn calves south dakota eggs secretary mike jaspers obviously what the storm that everybody is hearing about the knowing about this definitely brutal on these little baby calves that are everywhere across the countryside gestures farms thirty miles west of sioux falls regional airport is closed until seven o'clock tonight because of the blizzard manager down alert says runways will not be safe visibility is really a concern and and even if we weren't closing the visibility would be so poor that no flights to be operating anyway nobody's more frustrated than littler he was planning to head on to san diego this morning south dakota attorney general marty jackley welby before the us supreme court on tuesday he will be doing the state's case for imposing sales taxes and out of state online retailers he says the cases about main street south dakota we're fighting for mainstream businesses we're fighting to give those main street businesses that even playing field jacqueline is hoping the court releases an.