11 Burst results for "Liz Hayes"
"liz hayes" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show
"Episode of the bbc revenue leadership. Podcast hey today. We've got liz. Cain from open view of ventures She spent her career at net sweet and had been building out the inside organization the business development sdr organization in the hundreds of people. So we're gonna talk about some of the issues there. About how do you start that. How do you build it. How do you train people. How do you scale that. Everyone's trying to do this and everyone's struggling. It's hard to do. it's complicated. And it is really sets us up for failure. Sometimes so this is going to share her experiences and what she's advising her other clients to do and the portfolio companies at open view. So we're going to get into that interview in just a second but before we do. I want to make sure you're checking out. Dial source dial sources the way to connect up your phone system with your crm system. So you don't have all that duplicate data entry having it. Do all the work for you. Automate everything for you. And it's an all in the cloud. Check it out at dial source dot com. I did an interview a couple of weeks ago with the founder and it's a game changing technology for power dialing. And if you have people on the phone you've got to optimize it because people just burning out and this really helps. sales rep. stay on game on focus without having to stuff all data entry stuff. Let's get into the area with liz hayes. Thanks for joining us today as a way getting started. Tell us about yourself. Thanks for having me on. Brian all right. tell you about myself. I guess. I'll give you kinda thirty thousand foot view of the career. In what got me to where i am today. Does that make sense. Yeah it's quite a diverse career and you made a pretty unique shift in the last two years. Yeah you're definitely right on that. So today i'm a partner. It opened you venture partners so we are a b c based in boston. We invest exclusively in b. two b. expansion stage software companies. So what that really means is companies that have found product market fit and are starting to scale so you look across our portfolio. You'll see a number of horizontal and vertical plays a bunch of different industries. They kind of share those qualities and my role here is working post investment and leading the group that goes in and works with our portfolio. I also sit on our investment committee. And i can work in the internal operations of the firm as well and before this i worked at next week for about eight years i came in through acquisition actually was working for a smaller company called open air also in boston and it net sweet i worked across a whole bunch of different areas of the kind of go to market engine sales operations account management selling into the install base and then ultimately Building out the lead gen program and the beatty arctic there so your expertise us as kind of on that outbound building that organization. Yeah absolutely You know we we. We had a team of people that were doing. Both inbound lead qualification and outbound prospecting. But i would say canada core component of what we did. There was figure out how to scale the outbound engine. And what do you see people doing wrong with that today. A lot of.
"liz hayes" Discussed on Thug Mills - How Good Is This?
"Has Been like in the new catch tonny de. Yeah he's getting getting into it He's he's off the initial stage of being wary of them, and now he's just cautious of them. Just, not to. Was the first stage of big sniff and then wary what did he go straight to wary? no, he's it was it was already wary like as soon as we had to open and we both got up at the same time he was wearing. And yes. So it's just different levels of of anxiety for him with the couches but I did go into come up the other day and he was sleeping on them which was nice. and yeah is getting to get into Soliman traits helps temptations, help map and get through the day. So yeah, pretty. Cool? Suede. Good. Little Mini's little hidings jet. Yeah we well, we of justice things like normal places to hide. So we like mom. Dante is that just for you? What? Steph. What's been happening Jarvis's world? Well, it's it's very special. Today it is according to the database website. It's joblessness best today Oh. As much as them memoir claims wasn't a job. Beth. So I assume it's an estimated date, but today's Jarvis's eleventh birthday. Oh well. Yeah that's awesome. That's really really pretty good. We've had a fun day He had some Straits in the mid afternoon and made he didn't even complain for dinner until five. He just looked at me a little bit and then he had fresh chicken wing for dinner. How old is he? Sorry did you say? Is Eleven What's that in human news sixty nine? Yes So. He's getting. He's getting pretty old. He's he hasn't got. He's back to meet. He's only got he's tend to me but. You know maybe something that would cheer him up as if we all sang happy birthday to him but I wanna make you joy could cappella acappella. As it's ninety in the ancient times. So I have prepared a little backing tracks. So if everybody would just prepare to sing happy birthday to Davos. A You. To you. Happy. Birthday to you. To. The job. Your cat and. That's Very. Also on I've organized gray. This is here as usual and I have organized. To, broadcast a live eating of a dried fish trait. Yes. I've been the jaw. He's he's got. He's. Always something happening the lead is off, he hasn't tweet jet. A huge spike in downloads. Now, just he just saw the fish, he can say the fish. Now one of those traits these little dried fish fish was really like them. I'm just a supermodel someone's banging outside and he's more interested in that. Ladies and Gentlemen folks. Steroids is now fading as what was a Fisher To his CATT, but he has a Linney from Simpsons, the simpsons backdrop and we can't is that. Is that a real noise. Real really that cuts in mental. What is he chewing through your finger bones? God. That's not. Even mocked up. The most. got to separate markets Dave Do. Yeah, because Ireland it from last time supposed to Chinese my mic and then bashing in the head and making him grail probably wasn't the best idea. A Little League lapel. MIC. On. Here him. Urinating. Incredible and I really be. She had told me today it was jobless his birthday. Otherwise I would have prepared like a skit or a song or something. Probably. Would've added little ought to choose. For Job. Java's you? God bless you. ME. In. Java's it's your birthday. joggers Jarvis. It's your. It happy birthday. Jarvis that's awesome and you know what's he often directly up at PROZAC line latest? So it's going to be. The birthday visit. This is nine in the world. So I asked my mom. So I'm in another cat group of family grew and I asked my my dicey. He. He's star in it's constant videos of if you think you guys get him but bunch Geez it's honestly about twelve a day and. I said, what do you think puppy sees me as I know you've said Fruit Bring Dick but do you think it's a father brother a housemate whatever and my sister sent back something this study being done on how they meow to us and how they mea two other cats and so on and they realized I don't know if you know this. This is true. It's not set up. That the cat's meow is much dumber all like simpler for us. So essentially, they just see us as big dumb cats. So they as his big dumb dowse that's. I'll see if I can find the study but yeah, we're just stupid silly dumb dumbs with cats you don't understand them. Essentially just just very. Get. Knows about that and she and. I would say she, she tries to be the biggest cat in the village like, yeah, if. If I think of us as the biggest our big dumb cash will just like well, I'm GonNa be the biggest cat which means you do what I say otherwise you end up with a puppy situation. I constantly show up my testicles US I've still got mine. Tokyo. Game Einstein. Eastern. Patchy carry. Yau, I have one my wife has one. It's like Angelina Jolie, and then follow blood and Billy Bob. Thornton. Should agree attending that I find trekking upon. True Life Three Sixteen get into it. That's awesome. Hey, you guys do much much TV. Donald J you haven't because I think you might have been watching some channel nine programs recently you. All did finally make it to. It's finally made it to. Austin Cool Stave we noticed that you have a lot of I. Guess we have a lot of faults in your birthday zone and I'm surprised you didn't say the sixty nine minutes expose last night. I'm Jennifer. Byrne. Arm Richard Call on Giles. Willie. Secure. I'm Liz. Hayes I'm Ellen. I'm Tara Brown. On. I'm. I'm being, Bob. The funny one tonight on sixty nine minutes. You've heard about the man who doesn't like star. Wars. But what about the man? Who can't I fought? It's a simple enough action that involves copying your hand over your eye squeezing at a making a humorous Fahd sound that will soften the most hardened of hearts a universal sign of dignity and respect. The I fought has been used throughout history to break down language barriers and even stop wars, but it was the pursuit of. Thought that land this.
"liz hayes" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show
"Georgia, O'Keefe. So fat but I also like if you're doing, have you ever section called entertainment I, mean radio is a huge form of entertainment since way before us and. She I. Don't know like even like I know who she is and I mean. Older people know and she just she was known across the country. Yes. She did like a syndicated nighttime show and. I she didn't make it. No, I just look she's not a but but but again, if she did, she'd be in the company of Oprah and Maya Angelou. So what not really I? I think the Lila's impressive and successful, but I don't think she was particularly revolutionary. She was a smart businesswoman to take a radio show and turn it into a Corny sappy lovey kind of a thing that. Only found comfort of it from it but yeah. I'm wondering what other Media that celebrities made it. Okay because like. I, this is where it gets difficult than I could read them to you but I'm GonNa get. You never heard of Zora Neale Hurston I. Guess you never heard of Lorraine Hands Berry and I I I know I haven't at the Lewis of never heard of her and that's why say it's interesting to go on here. And to read about these amazing women that you might have never heard of this, I wo- probably hard to put that together too because most of these people that you're naming obviously people from the past. So some enter had google this. Impressive Women Women Inventors Women Hideo like stuff like that. Check it out of the sun, USA Today and kind of an interesting read and pick through it and pick the different categories and and learn about this. It is Katie WB and now to another very impressive woman. The girl Jenny Weather Girl Jenny has the forecast this weekend she says rain tonight and the Nice this weekend So that is your forecast from an amazing meteorologist who has found a way to make a doppler radar system out of the back weather page of the pioneer practice. I. Don't know how she's done it. Wow. That's impressive. One Vodka bottle in the mix that's also. Vein she says, is it a good night for or afternoon evening for four tracking because of possible severe storms this Bush rocking that's More. You said he neither I said porch rocking, there's. I mean, it's really hard. Can I just say to tell the twin cities exactly what the weather's going to because it's a very wide area but It's like. Yeah well, this is what is going to be in Minneapolis but over in Woodbury I dunno know there is supposed to be storms later in the evening looks like it's about to now. Yeah it's not really supposed to now but like seven, eight, nine, ish. Storm Judy has a great idea called Jenny's weather watchers where they had people. Like. Pearl would call in for new hope with Samper Chair. Would call in for a Madison with temperature viewpoint hourly. Yeah. And so Funny May Bowl and Virgil or get a call in from over in coon rapids what the temperature Jenny's weather watchers go ahead and call in with the temperature right now in your neck of the woods. So much Liz Hayes Leonard and Maple Grove it's raining. Thanks a lot. Thanks, letter? Okay Values at home. So we said little contest here. See See how many times fallon can her dog bark in What are we can make a limit of fifteen seconds. Because it'll drive you nuts. Okay. So you call me six, five, one, nine, eight, nine, Katie will get three calls on the phone right now and I'm GonNa get you a DVD prize pack of some great DVD's. We get a bunch of DVD's here the station and we throw the bad ones out honestly we either throw away or donate 'em but we'd some good ones he keep them and we're gonNA give you a little pet prize pack of you can guess. Coming closest kind of like prices right to how many barks fallon can get out of one dog or both dogs fallon I can't I it's Buzzer both because I won't be able to maintain one. and. May Get confused. WHO's GONNA to be the bar counter I think it will record it could record it. In case we need to do instant replay. Can you do in history replaying the vox pro? I have. So while we're going to people, I am wearing a headset like Britney. Spears when she performs connected to a cord. So when I get up to go to the door, I'm GONNA have to take this off where I can't hear you guys and just firearm up for fifteen seconds and then come back. Okay. We'll do that. Call me at six, five, one, eight, nine, Katie Wbz you'll guess how many Bartsch we can get out of Fallon's dogs in fifteen seconds now I don't know but is it the roof roof or is it Berber River Road River? That's why we have an instant replay. They I don't what they're going to do. I don't know how they'll perform today Elliott's obviously more of a Yep. Yep. Dolly CAN PEDOPHILIC can trigger off and give you a bunch in a row to who knows. If you WANNA play called six, five, nine, eight, nine, Katie wbz summer stimulus. This hour is money text that word money to two, hundred, two, hundred, I wanNA mention this one to. MEDTRONIC TC marathon. I'm not bragging, but I've done it twice I did the ten miler once it's virtual this year and you got the entire month of October to run your ideal razors a couple of different options. For example, you can do the MEDTRONIC TC family events. Perfect for your little.
"liz hayes" Discussed on Thug Mills - How Good Is This?
"Suck meals for twenty radio because it's four twenty somewhere of embarrassing but toilet paper over here going on. You can't spare three square Morozov now. I don't have a square to spare. I can't spare square. We're talking about right now invincible. I'll take one social distancing. Daw have good is this. This is great sense that you race is to Miss Jaren. Here they get. Yeah Oh just thought. It was so long since we checked him with what custom growth for twenty jelly was doing. If you couldn't recognize the the the wonderful country he gives to his he's Bonk's anyway twenty everyone one. We missed it by a couple of days. It's the twenty third But you know lazy and welcome to the PODCAST. How good is this? Is this the first time you're listening to this podcast? I'm very sorry allergy shooting up. The numbers are shooting up and so is race. I'll give you back to you in a minute. I'm good how you guys doing. I'm very very I'm tired of the moment because I can tell Steve he's up to something. He sends us a message demanding us. We put it in Stereo sitting from his computer and he keeps looking down these fate. If you brought that fucking portable back this year one show redemption all right or is he just going to do this. Let's start the first segment. Let's get into the pattern cry. She don't want to get into Japan. Alex you want to dig deeper on us. Dave I've got something here and it really is a question of what the fuck is wrong. Here we go yes. My Name's paint and your Chin clubbed to death getting touched by facebook. If you like or text in our four hundred zero three one six seven and going to give a shout my friends Dave. Thanks for getting in touch with you when you mentioned. Pumpkins STEVE PBS. What was it like twelve thirty? Seven Death Death Pete Bramley PBS. And then of course you're just. Sms-ing radio stations asking them to play the Pumpkins shoe. That's the thing I was just like. I'm just GONNA Message Sale. Oh I was just like well we may everyone does play some pumpkins on an old. Stralia and independent. We'd roken Rocha and he's a he's a great show. It's really good and beck on your bullshit stuff. We actually got a message from a listener. And this is this is true. No Shit he said. This is from rob. I can't believe Steve. Claims to hate the pixies but he danced to them so deep so deep Dan. He doesn't hate them. I reckon now. Do you hate the pixies. Oh not one of my favorite bands in for it. What other bands? Yeah you're you're pretty black and white so like you're eighty love something so so would you say you hate the pixies? This is not like the question whether I danced to the pixies. Is that what I think you know? I have happened I tire. Yeah if it was a golden planes. I don't remember ever court transcripts and apparently you. What other bands would you say? You hate? Very parliament's pavement. Yeah that's same thing. Golden Plains is like this is great That's interesting 'cause I'm did you. Did you watch the TV last night? Did you sixty nine minutes Jennifer arm. Richard Call on Giles fully. I'm Tracy Kierra. I'm Liz Hayes. I'm Ellen I'm Tara Brown on I'm I'm not and I am researching the funny one tonight on sixty nine minutes thornberry man thinks he doesn't like the band pavement. The alternative music scene in the nineteen nineties was a diverse melting pot of genres seeing the emergence into the mainstream of what was traditionally thought of as underground with the rise of punk bands such as Nevada and experimental pop indie bands such as blur although music tastes differ between fans. Recent research has proven without a doubt that it is scientifically impossible for thirty eight year. Old White Man who lives in thornberry to not like pavement. Steph squid chips. Whoever has attempted to defy this is adamantly claimed throughout his loft to not like pavement and despite sharing a name even actively disliking Stephen Malcolm and the jukes sixty nine minutes has come across damning evidence that will show you that infect several squid chips does at least have some affection for the band and in this sensational experts. Say we set out to set the record straight for all lovers of ninety s indie music. Meet amy she's a decade-long friend of stem cells and even more importantly a lover of pavement amy. How long have you known steps that twenty years and amy in all this time knowing Steve? Ross how would you describe his relationship with pavement? I really aggressive. We'll anytime I put payment on or even if it were potty or a buy in some plight of tight-knit songs it's something like what is this shit or place in Pumpkins. That sounds incredibly annoying. Yes yes sixty nine minutes is come across. Cici TV footage of what appears to be a modestly disheveled man clearly neighboring added at Melbourne venue. Which will blow the doors open on this investigation? Amy Can you please tell me what you see on the TV video? Save the tires. And that's sterile. Amy You show. Is that drunken homeless man. You see in the video. Definitely Sergeants devils. Yeah for sure. He's lifting arms dancing and smiling. Amy What music is he dancing to anywhere? That's cut your hair by pavement. Even more damning experts from the critically panned documentary. The thuggish do China in which a few frames of footage shared the same vagrant watching Stephen Malcolm us and the jigs performed there pavement cover of Summer Bay from the side of stage. Yeah that's team again. Fucking hell what an asshole and they. You have definitive proof that even for the most hard of smashing Pumpkins fans the lyrics of range. Life Aren't enough to stop you loving pavement next week on sixty nine minutes. The powerpoint does hoarding credit card. Points make you six year or just smarter a shocking reveal. The six minutes has got an infused ever wrote threatening to get back with dodgy. Landlords neighbours hell Steph. Guess which one man without anything. Decipher Yourself Steve. And your defense I I. It was might up at those other evidence. That was actually left out so and we'll gladly. I didn't already did. Tender was wife of next year. I know for a fact. The sixty nine minutes producer was trying a little different avenues to get that footage. We thought it was recorded on an iphone. Maybe you're housemate has apparently the producers washing us for a week. We couldn't locate it. Well let's not bury the lead. Steve You people knew the show Steve We we are for US catch up. My mom was asking about this. Podcast shared to my mom She might be listening and to give her some information they just give us the run up to this look basically Donte recently ordered some split fans but more importantly I Ordered some fleecy track pants and they have arrived. And I'm about to give them the devout on live on the podcast. I'm currently in my disabled old bonds. Hang on this sorry race. It's quite interesting issue. Alive alive opening you live reveal fuck man because honestly the Dougie's firm lines have been going off.
"liz hayes" Discussed on Thug Mills - How Good Is This?
"Bankstown mother and daughter had been charged after a fight. Iva Toilet paper. In woolworth's thieves have stolen hundreds of rolls of toilet paper and one particular item flying off the shelves toilet paper when society comes to a standstill. Well Police Coast to coast will again. Right puck speeches and public spices today. Urging Australians to follow strict social distancing rules friendships can arise in the strangest of places right. I'll pull them my pants and take a dump in Idaho. Don't why one podcast here. Everyone welcome to Douglas podcast. How good is this? I'm Donna j the Funny One and one Japanese Day Cornelia Beach is Oklahoma. I am too parking. Would go on to take. This supermarket bigwigs by store looney. You don't Tony. Those are Thomas Toilet Paper Anymore Yokohama. Why CISCO COMING in through my mouth from the riders of Mohammed Drive and director of Funny Games. If Yokohama Wash Lip. Come release into my mouth starring Jason Worser Donny G. You'RE GONNA do Yoga Hama Wash. Let you're GonNa win the Wet t-shirt competition and introducing Colin Ferrall as Yokohama Washable though nearly on the hybrids conflict or do I got those NATO ally but ally this winter from Warner Brothers. Productions and dreamworks. It's Yokohama Wash. Let come release in Juma mouth playing now so requested. Oh but can I have this? Please sorry I think the original x Raw. After what what are you going to do with nothing just WANNA listen debut taper action honestly your Best Work Dante. That was fantastic. Take away the pressure of doing real work and the comedy genius arises in you know when you shit into them come released into my mouth yes very much makes. It makes it easy for me to go. I tell you what speaking of things coming out of our mouths. Steve Jimmy but lost episode. You were talking about the WORC- tight with C. Songs for people who don't remember. I've got a quick grab of it. Previously on thug meals so he borrowed the melancholy. Say someone at school and then he made himself. He's only got a C. Sixty or whatever. The fuck was ninety. They're expensive. They took the ten. It's like one twenty minute album into a single cassette and then actually it was probably thirty minutes because he had to put waste on the other side so you just went through and got rid of all so. I've got a friend familiar. Pretty high up in Channel Nine and to not Sunday. Obviously some pretty running programs on Man Donny Jay. He's your friend is well isn't he? And he's he's saying something pretty interesting is is is is an acquaintance And this is a breaking story. This is a bit of a sneak peek of tonight's episode. I'm Jennifer I'm Richard Carlson. I'm Willie I'm Tracy Cure. I'm Liz Hayes I'm elephant. I'm Tara Brown on paid orbison I'm I'm the embodiment and I'm reese owed the funny one tonight on sixty nine minutes tragic tale of a smashing pumpkins. Fan Who's love their rock songs and Wussy. Soames made him the butt of insults for almost two decades. Tonight we meet Donald J and tell the story of one infamous cassette tape that would lead to a life of remorse at the hands of a best friend. We met when we both at Union. The two thousands mutual friend introduced us and he knew we shared a similar taste in music. We quickly talking about a love of the smashing pumpkins and some of favorite songs. Soon after Donny would come to regret sharing some very personal revealing information that would cause internal hardship and bitter remorse for years to come. I remember telling him that when I was fourteen that I was so excited about the Pumpkins new release melancholy infinite sadness and as soon as next on board it. I'm wondering Kobe for myself at this point during the interview Donnie. Begun TO BREAKDOWN. Donny Donny. Okay it's just I. I can't believe I can't believe you'd care so much about a small thing. What's being a minute tape? A bird melancholy of off my neighbor. I I take it off the city and was several upset that you had illegally copied music. No it's it's not that he didn't like my choice of songs with the choice of songs. The album is fucking two hours. Long only had a C ninety. Some songs had to get caught. What what did you say I was fourteen? I didn't know any better. Don't they please tell us what songs you didn't include please? It's it's very important. Okay I admit it. I kept the quieter songs. Okay I finally admitted taking me to say I chose to cut oats and no-one muzzle where boys fear to tread bodies tells a scorched earth and worst of all x y you. I just wasn't into their heavier songs. It was this is my first time. Listen to the album. I like the popular songs. I liked the puppies songs. Not Knowing the kind of future strain this would have on their friendship. Johnny revealed this in full confidence status. It was quick to dismiss him. He told me that. I only like the WORC- songs I tried to tell him but after listening to the CD. I actually liked all the songs it even many the myself but he just didn't kit. It's as if he just loved telling me how much I was wrong. Totally knowing the fact that he also liked the WORC- songs stavridis allegedly would bring up Johnny's love of the whissy songs at every opportunity in an effort to berate and belittle Donnie to the point of emotional and spiritual breakdown. What we like when you first midst of Russ I was young. Go Getter an entrepreneur as finishing my degree and would bury soon up in my own clothing store. And what do you like now? I'm I'm I'm thirty seven. And that was the story of an old man and makes taped from Nineteen ninety-six. Mix Tom on sixty. Nine minutes. Campos at three podcasts have spent thousands of dollars on the cats. We'd just don't seem to give it only a fuck. That's we might get some new listeners. Now Nixon Stolman. Yeah it's pretty hard to say for yourself. Steve Dodgy Landlord. I've got something to talk to my various therapist week. So I'm here for the another WORC- songs meeting. Yes yes I. It's been two. Decades is the my favorite story of you to fantastic work co remember on us and bacteria boy and getting the educational things happening here. Let's do it. Let's get into it. She'll hand wash your hands. Wash your hands wash resident. Microbiologist writing an article saying why Australia might get through this a bit better than other countries and thank you. Lord says Morrison but someone said because our immune systems are much stronger in the summer or something like that just in general like what people in general and the summertime. Let him finish break speech. What I guess we don't really have that many If you don't live in the northern territory you'll you're pretty Herreid when it comes to your immune system to the northern territory. Yeah yeah I know where Richardson got. Good got good healthcare immune immune system kind of have peaks and troughs. Is it stronger in some seasons in low? Wouldn't it be be stronger in winter when there's more now these is coming at me? Na Na definitely stronger in some I guess having a long summer house but no yeah. 'cause in winter it's called your body's trying to not be called and on the other end must more people closer together. Obviously this winter probably not but So will you more likely to spread like a cold or influenza? Some like that People don't wash the hands boom as usual actually I. I have a winter related question as well Dante as microbiologist. How much do you think it's too much to spend on track pants? I bought track pants today at I. I'll tell you I haven't here. I'M GOING TO UNIQLO OFF. I paid forty bucks talks. I'm only ten buck man but Forty Bucks taught men Autumn Code. Full one eight seven seven. 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"liz hayes" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Talk about a living John me say living in John what's up with living in John a living in John was in California she no she's Australian and you know splashed on the same big eyed with grease she was sandy in Greece and ever every teenage girl wanted to be sandy raisin insulin the John Travolta she has had a lot of health problems that when she was interviewed recently with sixty minutes Australia and they discussed her her health which she calls challenges and she reveals that she has been diagnosed what we we knew in twenty seventeen but she revealed now that it is stage for breast cancer and she told the reporter Liz Hayes that she told the doctors that she doesn't want to know how long she is left to live and I thought that was so amazing listen to her rationale she says if somebody tells you you have six months to live very possibly you will because you believe that so for me psychologically it's better not to have any idea of what they expect to what the last person that has what you have lived so I don't I don't tune in wow this is the third time she her cancers appear to its first was first diagnosed in nineteen ninety two than twenty thirteen and then again this last time in twenty seventeen and I I I thought this was interesting I I know someone was just diagnosed with stage three breast cancer and she this is her first diagnosed as this is a living in John's third so she probably has a benefit of hindsight and probably looks at it much differently of but my friend who's been diagnosed she is all how you know bat waging this battle and driving everyone around her crazy lover but his five and everybody including her doctors crazy but so she's looking at a totally differently she wants to know what the my new show of the literally at Burry thing is she has a side effect that the doctor didn't tell her about because they're so many possible side effects of chemo so she is in that office she wants to know why she was told about it she's she's you know very very very forward with the whole thing and then you have a living in it John who says I'm I'm gonna sit back I don't want to know and I understand her rationale I thought it would be interesting to ask you would you want to know and let's see it's not just it's not just a disease that you've been diagnosed within their you know you can get a prognosis of a prop approximately how long they expect to deliver what you are your odds are of living but what if you know a because there's so many tests now that you can take these genetic tests to find out if you have certain diseases as they every day they come out with more and more advances into DNA and how DNA how things may just be encoded on your DNA and what you want to know because I don't know if I would eight six six four zero eight seven six six nine eight six six four zero eight seven six six nine at it tell the story that I'm I have a lot of orthopedic issues just because my brother and I both we must have something but we're both genetically predisposed to be a lanky and in our joints don't stay in the socks are all over the place we we both of us shoulder surgery is mom every orthopedic surgeon or any kind of surgeon for joints I've been to always ask me if I've been diagnosed with a certain disease and I said no but everybody asks me this a friend of mine who's my my orthopedic surgeon asked me and I said no and if I wasn't everybody asks me that because well you you kind of got the symptoms for very very very mild case nothing to really be worth you know worried about it so well would you change if I took the test and found out would you change how you treat me he said no I said is there a cure he said now so well then why would we do the test is only gonna cost money number one number two it's not going to change a darn thing and number three is just gonna let the insurance company know that I have this genetic marker that I'm predisposed to this to this illness there's no upside in this for me at all like Alzheimer's I wouldn't want to know if they come out with a test to let you know if you're gonna get al's Hymers down the road and there's no cure I do not want to know because I'll tell you right now every time I can't find my car keys which is pretty much all the time I'm gonna be wondering if that was the one time Starday I'd constantly be wondering every time I forget something my life is such a world when I forget stuff all the time just because I can't keep track of where I'm going on a daily basis let alone what I bring with me but I think in the back of my brain I would always be wondering is is it the Alzheimer's my gosh it's happening I would always wonder eight six six four zero eight seven six six nine I'm just curious why would you want to know let's go to your Pennsylvania and John John good morning you're on the Brian Kilmeade show a living in John says I don't wanna know how long you have left to live would you want to know any of this I agree with her I want to know I think you would change your whole psyche yeah what you let me ask you though if you knew you only have like six months would you divorce your wife in the run up your credit card bills I would like a call your screen or a said like because they have a like a three month roundabout figure god I've been in a drop in the middle of that yeah I mean I'm not my bucket list out but if I if I had cancer like she did it and I grew up watching her yeah I would want to know because it's gonna change everything here to look at life differently I would tell my doctor you know what don't even tell me I have been well I I believe she's she's getting treatment I have to look it up and have the story right can tell you exactly what she's doing what she does a lot of of she does a lot of natural medicine yeah what's your story you did okay you know yeah yeah which is sad and it makes me wonder you know they do know there are certain genetic markers for breast cancer and clearly she has about fighting it three times it has to change how you how you look at the world John thank you appreciate you kicking it off forces get one more in here let's go to another John this is John in Norfolk Virginia listening and W. N. I. S. Hey John good morning would you want to know you know and there's some I like to add to that yes this becomes normal and people are getting the staff because you know people panic over anything yeah the water back on the day and the other thing you brought up was service companies in certain government agencies and other things I have information that they really shouldn't have been and would you be the client something just because you have a marker because I would imagine since the dawn of time people have had genetic markers but never develop in the anything it was just there but it never it never did anything so how many people throughout history who had the markets that dementia are cancer anything and they never it never it never materialized I think people would I don't know people are kinda bulkers anyway nowadays people got these tests then they all believe that they were going to die soon what with people there I mean S. society what would we do people can't handle the fact that trump one so they had a thing about cancer what would they do yeah I I agree I think I think there are far too many people who would just check in and would would want to know I I just think it could be a spiral downward at where it comes to how you live your life I think it's fundamentally changes how you'd like to live your life now there are some people John who would say that that's good and thank you for the call John there's some people say that's good as great you would fundamentally change the way you live your life but if you already live your life for your smoking or drinking too much or or and or or abuse or something like that we change our life anyway as far as your habits to make yourself healthier so it shouldn't take a.
"liz hayes" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Sorry, but because this is nowhere else to get. Yeah. I mean, like what is it out there? I don't even know Camo, Tonga. Samoa have reasonable. Their feels Fiji like is out there. But even that is a long way away from the knee still. Yeah, I, I've never flown in the Pacific. Obviously they land slightly different Catliff issue. We've got, you know, is slim and launches more or less halfway, but across the Pacific you really type for alternative EFI to land on route. True. I was kinda surprised that they closed major roads around the airport as a precaution. Never heard of that before, but no, neither have I, but unless coast, they really concerned that you drop it into them to shoot if you're showed a few in which case? Yeah, would be a sensible move, I guess. Yep. Okay. Well, sixty minutes reporter. Liz Hayes was onboard the plight, but told her nine news colleagues. She was completely unaware that there had been an issue with the plane. This is the first time I'm hearing about it on the way out the front door passenger from another flight told nine news, everyone was calm, no panic, no announcement. I can't explain it. Well, you know what would be the point of telling everybody, oh, you know, hey, just let you know. We may not have enough fuel to make it to the destination. Much too little. I think right now. Yeah. Albert. I hope we answered your questions and thanks for pointing out this this incident, and that's Albert. And he gave me a phonetic ex pronunciation guide. Alco CBA alco. CBA I don't know where the accent goes. There. All right. I think it's time now for the best part of the show, which of course everybody knows is the old pilots plain tales, the fearless flying Columba Livia domestic. Pilots plain tales, fearless flying Bumba via domestic. I recently met some listeners that lovely Vernon, Ruth who ova from merica to visit friends, and I took them to the delightful bluebell pomp in Emsworth on the south coast of England, hang up the local biz my attention was grabbed by the real ale pump clip bearing.
"liz hayes" Discussed on 790 KABC
"But Taylor swift has broken her political silence and endorsed Democrats, Phil Bredesen and Jim Cooper in Tennessee for the US house and Senate races. She did this on Instagram. Stunning. Pop culture and political world with a lengthy and passionate post in which she endorsed. Democrats, and she wrote she wrote this in the past I've been reluctant to publicly voice my political opinions, but due to several events in my life and the world in the past couple of years, I feel very differently about that. Now, SWIFT's endorsement could be a boon for Bresson a centrist who had recently angered some Democrats by saying he he would have voted to confirm break Cavanaugh to the supreme court. Now, you may think she's coming out as brave by making these political endorsements, but we also had happened to Kanye west when he tried to voice his support for Donald Trump. No, I did not. Yeah. That's interesting. I did not see the Saturday Night Live where they sort of hit back at Connie's rant the week before. Did you have? There was a funny. It was really fun. And it was actually really funny Pete Davidson says I know you're wondering why I'm responding to the Kanye west when we have Michael J here. But you know, Michael J represents Connie's blackness I represent his crazy. Vocally announced mental health is. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's so funny. It's really very funny. Well, you're right. I'm not sure though, it'll be interesting. What it's Tennessee. Right. She's a city Tennessee and Tennessee is way hard, right? Isn't it? Yeah. And she's not gonna left showing centrist. Right. Well, she endorsed to Democrats. But the one of the democrat will be interesting if she could pull it over a little bit variant. Yeah. Yeah. Look, you do you do pose a risk right by coming up because you do risk alienating. Are your audience rather? Yes. These days people tend to NFL is any example, it looks like people vote with their wall fell all these companies that either. It goes the other way saying you risk alienating half of your audience of your customer base. It's it is risky. Back here in LA county, deputies stopped thousands of innocent Latinos on the five freeway in hopes of their next big drug bust. This story originally by the L A times, and it showed that more than two thirds of the drivers pulled over by the domestic highway enforcement team were Latino this. According to the LA times analysis a sheriff's department data. They searched the vehicles of more than thirty five hundred drivers who turned out to have no drugs or other illegal items, the analysis found the overwhelming majority of those were Latino now in addition to that we have to give you the numbers of what they did find in twenty twelve they boasted a large haul more than a ton of methamphetamine two tons of marijuana six hundred pounds of cocaine millions of dollars in suspected drug money and more than a thousand arrests by this method. So. So it works. Yeah. I mean, that's the thing. They're saying, well, they're pulling over these innocent Latino people, but look I'm not against profiling. I mean, I'm sorry, but countries like Israel do it because it's the only possible way to keep them safe. And if you've done nothing wrong if I was pulled over and done nothing wrong. Then I figure it out pretty quickly. Get I get a cavity. Search practically every time I go to the airport and ridiculous your doctor drill sometimes called me by name. And they still go. Stupid system. You know, what I feel like it's my civic duty. I don't care. I'm talking about not using already know who you are. And they're still searching you. But point is when they do that. And they sometimes do very aggressively. My thing is I fine. The numbers show that a majority of the drugs are being illegally brought into our state by Latinos than it makes sense that we would put an extra search out there. Right. I wonder if they said two thirds of what they checked Latinas. What's the percentage of Latino drivers on? Right. I would think so your driver's accounted for sixty nine percent of the deputy stops, according to the California Highway Patrol many policing traffic violations on the same section of freeway pulled over nearly three hundred seventy eight thousand motorists during the same period. With what looks like it up in San Francisco. Apparently, the tenderloin and the neighborhood called so Ma or south of market are San Francisco's safe sites. If you're a drug dealer, you can walk through the tenderloin Civic Center, south of market and the mission and easily spot men. Handing over little plastic Baggies with drugs in exchange for cash like it's no big thing. It happens in broad daylight in front of pedestrians even in front of police. What what is this whole district about this where you're supposed to buy drugs? I mean, look it's a neighborhood like any other neighborhood, and they're just saying that they're so brazen and they're so. Officially a safe zone for drug. Do you know who's making official safety San Francisco. I can't believe any just saying that this goes on. So. In the middle of daylight at the police aren't even reacting to it supervisor Rafael Mendel men said he's gotten complaints from the homeless people there that they're afraid to use restrooms into Dolores park because they've been taken over by the drug dealers. And then there's a nonprofit that turns trailers and old municipal buses into showers and restrooms for the homeless people it stationed right outside the main library and staffers say they used to see one or two drug dealers milling around and now in the past month that's about fifteen on average. And they say the dealers are so brazen they plant themselves in the chairs of this nonprofit beneath the nonprofits awning, while the non-profit has already had to cancel the sessions for these showers because drug dealers just take over the whole thing. That's crazy. Right. Yes. That's crazy. Hey, good times. Yeah. Good times. Are you paying but three million dollars for four hundred square foot apartment at you have open drug dealing stormy Daniels made an apology over the weekend. She says she's sorry for mocking. Donald Trump's penis. Why it's so funny. She told a reporter, Liz Hayes of Australia's sixty minutes. She said, I actually feel pretty terrible about it. Because in a way, it's body shaming. Oh. This is I I live in the upside down like the world is upside down. Right. It's official now. I mean, yeah. Yeah. Thank you. I mean, look she wrote that book, and that's all anybody wanted to read about right? What did the president's junk look like? And she described it in hilarious way. And now she feels bad about it. Oh. Speaking of size, really does matter when it comes to fertility. Dr drew. Oh, yeah. A new study suggests men who are infertile are also less well endowed now, wait a minute. Now, that's an association. Yeah. They they should then we check the fertility clinics and see if everyone is equal in a clinic when the stuff is made in a Petri dish. And then implanted right? Then you would be able to say that the well endowed actually have the advantage study is the first of its kind to Adelphi an association between shorter penile length and male infertility. So having a shorter appendage was more common in men who are struggling to conceive than in those with other genital health problems. It makes sense. Yeah. Wait, does it make sense? Why no sector fertility? How big your junk is. I mean it. I think what they're suggesting is that somehow the proximity to the cervical off yet further up and ask. Yes. And what I'm saying right here up the spout. If you will. I'm saying. Maybe that fertility is independent of the of the anatomical structure or maybe stay. No, I understand. And so what I'm saying is if you looked at people at fertility clinics that were mixing it up in the Petri dish. Then you would have your answer is it really evolutionary advantage that persist in spite of the mechanics. Oh, I see what you're saying. Wasn't that the and forgive me? This is gonna sound crew that the thought behind why African Americans had larger genitalia because they were used to copulating in odd places like. However. It's interesting, but other primates that doesn't necessarily bear out out there. And what what I've often heard is it just your your appendages just a human appendages lengthened in heart environments is aware debating heat another. Yeah. That's why once he goes swimming wanna show anything off that's a little different. But yes, you do conserve your heat that that's a little what's called the cream hysteric response. That's because you're protecting something that needs the heat. Oh, interesting. It's a little bit. Steve. So much about male anatomy, Steve has his finger on the drop button and the bell at the same time his trigger finger. You're at. Okay. Rare polio like paralyzing disorders affecting kids. And it's on the rise. According to the CDC, you're gonna tell me how accurate that says the centers for disease control says a rare, but potentially severe condition that causes weakness or paralysis and the arms and legs is on the rise. And it mainly affects kids it's called acute flaccid myelogenous. Yeah. And CDC received three hundred and sixty two cases from August twenty fourteen to twenty eighteen they don't seem to know where it's coming from the right now, it's an introvert. That's right. Virus virus versus a shift and change and mutate all the time. That's why they persist they probably came from outer space from trillions and trillions of years ago. Wait really is that true or some of them, probably viruses? Come from outer space bacterium and viruses probably stuff came in from. Sure. I mean, what stuff comes from, you know, from asteroids and comets and things hitting the planet. Stuff comes with it. And we don't know to what extent and point is viruses are extremely malleable. They can they can really adapt. They change all the time and their DNA in their genetics. And as such they're always changing what they do to us too. So this is this is a particular that sounds like a particular horrifying keyed flaccid also known as a again, we may need a vaccine against this. It's known to hit the nervous system by traveling through the spinal cord and symptoms can include sudden, arm leg. Weakness, drop drooping eyelids facial, weakness difficulty, moving eyes, and slurred, speech difficulty swallowing imagine. If you don't know what your kid. Suffering is it reversible to be done? Who says if your child is experiencing any of these symptoms contact your healthcare provider, and they are sending out obviously, like an alert doctors, of course, would be on the lookout. Okay. Federal judge has ruled against Jeff Sessions effort to hit sanctuary cities by holding off on their grant funding at the same time city attorney here in Los Angeles. Mike fewer expands a lawsuit against the Trump administration over law enforcement grants to in one here. Now, we've been saying all along we didn't understand how California or the city of Los Angeles can just decide where sanctuary city, we're not gonna follow federal immigration law and get away with it and the reaction by the Trump administration has been to try and. Force so-called sanctuary cities to cooperate with immigration enforcement efforts or they would not receive federal grant money. And now a federal district court has ruled that unconstitutional. And so what's that gonna mean? I don't know why. I mean, why is the city allowed to? To basically give the middle finger to your favorite immigration. Yeah. And now our city attorney, Mike fior is spending more of our tax dollars. Expanding a lawsuit against the Trump administration over law enforcement grants. He says Los Angeles continues to be in the forefront of standing up to the Trump administration's repeated efforts to hold federal public safety funding hostage by illegally imposing civil immigration enforcement conditions on local law enforcement, how illegal and how is that the federal law trumps, everything exactly. That's why I'm confused about this judge's ruling. We when Michael Wilson comes at hold that article out. We'll ask him. Yeah. Good question. Michael wilson. We'll get more on that. In a moment. Millennials. They're ruining everything. And now they're accused of killing relationships. Of course, according to Tinder millennials are single Nazari, and they're making the choice to live life solo intentionally according to a new survey from the dating app, Tinder millennials invest more time.
"liz hayes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Forty W H A S one wonders how a rentable vehicle. Like a limousine can be at such bad shape. At least as some of the people who were on board of it were texting prior to the crash. That crashes and kills twenty people two of them were pedestrians who were killed after the car careened after hitting a parked car on the side of at a restaurant. The rest of the eighteen of them were killed in the limo itself. It's a terrifying situation up in New York state. Aaron Katersky has more on this. What happened here? Erin. Well, we don't know the federal investigators are with the state police trying to figure out how all these people in one car died in a crash that just on a chase fire. There was no explosion. The vehicle was kinda came to rest in a ravine. But it wasn't like a steep fall. So the unanswered question is how did all these people die? But it it isn't inconceivable, given the the the lack of safety equipment often in vehicles converted into stretch, limousines, while you're I mean, if the vehicle crashes, I mean I've seen firsthand from arriving on accident scenes where people weren't wearing a seatbelt. Where I once was not I but one of the first on the scene of an incident where a drunk driver hit a guardrail on a mountainside and the passenger flew through the window and landed on the pavement out. I mean, it's amazing. We forget I think when we're in these three four five ton hunk of steel hurtling down the highway at seventy miles an hour. What a project our body can become if we're not strapped in. Well, and and these these. Vehicles that are converted into stretch, limousines. You know, are are obviously not made by the manufacturer usually a chop shop job, and they don't have air bags or or or reinforced rollover, protection or or side impact airbags or anything that would you'd expect in an ordinary passenger car, and this has been brought to the attention of of everyone before they're just a couple of years ago. There was a crash on Long Island in wine country on the north fork a Long Island where four women were riding in a limousine and they were killed. In a collision with a pickup truck. And again, the the district attorney after this grand jury report came out to find fault with the lack of safety information. He comes out with this with what looked like a middle. You know, paper towel thing. Around a hollow pipe that this is the only piece of equipment that's installed to even think about safety. And so these stretch limousines have been called into question before my understanding is a report said that the the limousine failed to stop. What does that mean? Speeding through this intersection and then failed to stop and crashed into a parked car. Hit a couple of pedestrians and then finally got a Korean down into this this ravine. So we don't know whether the brakes failed whether the driver had some kind of an issue whether there was involved drugs. We just don't know. And the the authorities are still trying to sort out. Exactly what happened. I would imagine in short order will. Now, the NTSB is going to know in in short order, whether the vehicle was mechanically sound or what? But it's a it's a bit older. The company is a is a little bit of a shady company that operates it's been cited before. For failed inspections. And and and so they're they're, you know, I I think they're gonna find plenty to write about once. The NTSB is is done with its work. Standing is this company had a bus breakdown originally this family had or this group had rented a bus the bus wasn't gonna work. So they brought this limo. Oh, I don't know about that. It's possible. You know, we're talking to relatives. So it's only relatives accounts. But certainly possible that that's what it'll turn out to be. But it was, you know, people go to a birthday party at a brewery minister early Oculus fall weekend type activity and state New York amid the foliage, and and and not an uncommon thing. And there was this intersection. And there was this vehicle and a lot of young people were killed. Could. So the NTSB when it's a limousine or bus or something like that. That's when the ESP takes over. I mean, they can get involved in any transportation accident, but you know, typically, they don't do ordinary car crashes from ordinary, and I think even the the the the seasoned accident. Investigators were fairly stunned by the loss of life here. I mean, twenty people dead in what was effectively a one car crash is the worst transportation accident in this country and almost a decade back to two thousand nine in buffalo in the plane crash that killed fifty people. So this is almost unheard of. And I think the federal safety investigators are going to want to highlight the the the inadequacies as they see it in the icus converted into stretch, limousines, and they're not gonna wanna let it go. All right. Very interesting. Erica turkey. Thanks, man. We appreciate it. Thank you. Yeah. Terrifying. I remember we were supposed to go to Christmas party once I'm a work Christmas party, and they were going to use this this church, boss and our bosses the owners of the company we're like when they got in it. It was a little little creaky. And I remember they said never mind. There have been a lot of church buses involved in crashes over the years, and they had us all drive on our own. I've always wondered, you know. You know that wasn't a higher power intervening. It's like we never got on the road in the bus. We ended up driving. You know, we had their own the way I read the story they were on their way to their brewery and the bus that they had rented broke down. And this is a replacement vehicle that came to get them. Okay. So they brought a worse vehicle in the one that broke down apparently. But it's just amazing. How fast they're coming? How do twenty young people had two or three of them not survive? I it's just it's baffling that that's the weird. Jim writes into the E mail box. He said maybe carbon monoxide. So like if you if everybody's knocked unconscious, and then the car is still running they'll running in that ravine. See my first thought was that the driver had a medical emergency. But then when I heard about the shape of the vehicle I thought well the brakes probably fail. But maybe the driver was killed on impact. The other eighteen were I guess it would have been seventeen people. There would have been seventeen passengers. Plus, the driver there were there were two pedestrians that were killed, and you've got people piled on top of each other at this point. Right. So I'm thinking, maybe as Jim pointed out, maybe they were all knocked unconscious, and then the car was still running as a sat in the Ravina tailpipe could have been up against some dirt plugged up. Yeah. Who knows I I don't know that but the NTSB will find that out. So you would think if there was already drinking going on you would have had a higher likelihood of survivors. And the reason for that is that people who are drunk don't brace for impact. And that's why they get injured lesson. In crashes. Why a lot of times a drunk driver will kill somebody and then live to live with what they've done because they they will even if they're not even strapped in there's an odd malleability. Yeah. So anyway, stormy Daniels is sorry about the mushroom taunt. She had her book where she referred to the president's manhood as a character from a Mario video game. Mario kart. She's she's not denying that. It's a mushroom. But she sorry about it. Well, here's what she wrote. She she contradicts herself in in this, KOMO hair grass here. But she says, so I was very angry and writing that she told channel nine journalist, Liz Hayes, and now that the book is out and people are reading about it. And it's all over the internet actually feel pretty terrible about it in a way, it's body shaming. So the Liz asks or did you did you want to humiliate him? No absolutely not which is why I feel a little conflicted about the book. I did not want to hurt him. My intention was for people to stop hurting me. Now comes the contradiction miss Daniels said she still had no idea why she agreed to have sex with Mr. Trump describing it as ninety seconds that I never really thought about again until the US election. Here's the problem with her comment. If your intent is not to humiliate him not that I care whether he gets humiliated or not I mean, he's a big boy he can handle it. But I mean, well kind of. Average your intent is to is not to humiliate him. Then why right about it? Because if you're not angry at him specifically, then why would you lash out at him by writing about things things personal details about him? That would be embarrassing. Like, why would you do that? Clearly your intent was to hurt him. A clearly you now feel like maybe you went over the line and doing so and now your double speaking to try to walk it back. That's that's what happened. Anyway, the bottom line is don't sleep with a porn star. And you probably won't have these problems. Mr trump. Wasn't his wife pregnant at the time. Probably. I think that's what happened has as I don't know how they've worked out amongst themselves. But I guess it's a good thing. They've worked it out amongst themselves. Maybe he thought it was ninety seconds. He's never thought about. Newsradio eight forty W H A S coming up next stringent demands for a relationship to go forward. One guy. Has probably got a bridezilla in the making..
"liz hayes" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Bobby and Kenny, right? The best deal in Pittsburgh. You know, Liz Hayes Freeland Freeland is coming up after I'm done here today, you know, and I have admired her for a long time. And obviously knew her during our time at one gateway center, but because of being on every Sunday since what like eighty five in studio in her television shows always on the monitor, and you know, really about helping the community and getting out and making a difference. And that's what she's always done. She's an incredible reporter show hope you'll stick around. And I know she's been on already, but welcome her with open arms. But you see that's the kind of stuff we should be doing more of getting out and helping people as opposed to shopping people down, and that's what we just seem to do way too much of. All right. Let's go to John. He's back on the line. John welcome back to Katie k radio. How are you? Good. Go ahead much better line better line. Basically what I was saying that, you know, a year ago they were talking about this with Trump getting elected. I mean, the guy's a businessman, right? This is one of the first times in history, and I had to research to see any other isn't this man? What projects but these politicians hate Trump? I don't care if they're Republicans Democrats Bernie Sanders, they hate the fact that this guy is doing what he's doing. And they're just trying to poison everybody's mind. And now the guy gets to choose who he wants or the supreme court. All right. Yes. It's gotta get elected. But everybody's mad. They come ten days with this before the whole thing's currying with this woman. I mean in they're talking about like, oh, the women nowadays how bad or day arm, Bruce. Now, I guarantee is there are some out there. There are a lot. But some sixties come on. I mean women now. Much stronger than they've ever been voiced their opinion. I think they're, you know, thirty years back. I mean, if you talk on now, I mean, look stormy Daniels. Okay. She's coming out with this. Well, she was paid off years ago. She agreed to that this soccer player. This woman that's trying to, you know, accused him now doing things, well, she was paid years ago to just keep her mom shot that she agreed to that. I mean women are strong. Don't get me wrong. There are strong people, and it's been through education and teaching them throughout the years to be strong. It's just these people that are so liberals they're poisoning people's minds. Just to believe this stuff. I'm sorry. That's how I believe. Thanks. Sorry. Listen, you know, but here's the mentality of the world that we live in. Read automotive. Text message deadbeat raffish hates union labor. Rob. When are you going to understand Republicans hate unions? That's not the case. Believe me. That's not the case. Okay. All I'm saying is it's working right now. Okay. And if you ask people at the carpenters union, and look you've got Senator Bob Casey who's running. I'm a big fan of democrat. I wish he would come to this part of the state a little bit more often. But he's a huge proponent of union labor. So you know, you have it. Okay. Pat Toomey for years five for the workers, coal miners. I mean, come on. I mean, you gotta get over these stereotypes. And right now, whether you like who's in power or not who's in the Oval Office or not people are working. And if you ask people to carpenters union, they'll tell you they need carpenters. What did Scott Wagner sham? The debate. The other night over two hundred thousand skill working positions are open. So there's work Vokes. All right, Giovane hill district. Welcome to Katie care radio. How're you doing man? Good morning. I'm doing great. Basically to me what I see is the Republican party is sold there. So what's money over more? I mean, you're overlooking discussing ax is saying, hey, he's doing media in my 4._0._1._K is good in. Overlook more money that is selling your soul. And basically you talking about this unemployment rate did. Did only went down a point in two years. How could you give a guy credit for black unemployment rate at record numbers, Hispanic? And he's only got one point when when he got in office. Unemployment rate was four point seven percent. I'm trying to figure out how you get your credit for bringing it down a record numbers. And he's only down one point two years. I'm going by the story Giovanna was released today. Okay. Three point seven percent down one hundred thirty four. Let me finish. I gave a your time. Okay. Hundred and thirty four thousand new jobs created, but you know, what just look at the glass half filled as opposed to have empty if he needs to do more needs to do more. But don't sweep under the carpet of what he has done. Okay. I mean, I'm not sweeping it under the world. But here's the thing. Sounds. Obama's every move for h ere's. Didn't put didn't even interview Gores. Listen, wait voted for Obama. And I have never said anything, but really good things about that, man. And we need to let him go to and live his life after being the president. I mean, come on. We wanna come by now. But what was these cool by Republicans during the eight years of obstruction of every move. I mean, you're complaining about what's being done now to them would they right? Here's a democrat. Well, let me tell you what you need to do. And I totally respect your thought process you need to go out and exercise your right to vote. I'm certainly out. All right. I'm never been more fired up for election in my life. I wish I could vote today because it's time to get these bums at office. All right, man. Listen have a good day YouTube, buddy. All right, listen. The whole thing is this if in your heart, you believe what you believe, and okay, I just want you to vote I want you to be plugged into the process. I want to hear from people like Giovane, even though we may not agree. I want people to be stimulated enough to talk about democracy, but you have to agree. Whether you like, Newt Gingrich or not. What he is saying is true. Our country is dissolving in front of our very eyes, the heart of democracy, and what we stand for as a people no matter who we are religious beliefs. The color of our skin. We're all suffering from this. Good morning..
"liz hayes" Discussed on WLOB
"That that that those types of things are very important are we have had some candidates that arrive in my both here and elsewhere that have said things like well money talks scene know that kind of thing that and of course i understand compensation is is very important but that's not the mindset that would fit very well in our organization it's really yes that's important and it's important to people that we take care of them but they are here to four more emotional reasons of how they feel when they leave at the end of the day you know things like that which are who've liz hayes presidency yogurt philby credit u i'm your host david chu go you're listening to the h r power our you know liz it's interesting um and i'm going to take a complete step back for a second because some audience members they've heard credit union they've heard bank and in a in a couple of minutes could you just explain the difference between the 2 because i think is appointing people to understand with the foundational piece credit union bank and this is a little different yup yet they provide some of the same served absolutely absolutely so a lot of people get that confused honestly because the products and services are similar or even exactly the same in most cases so the difference the primary difference between a credit union and a bank is a bank is a four profit entity you know it's a business at credit union is and not for profit cooperative so credit unions were founded with people coming together pooling their money and then starting to loan into one another uh for interests with interests obviously uh they came they really that they've been around for a very long time but they.