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"Pandemic" Pet Adoption - Always Great No Matter When It Happens

Talk, Tales and Trivia

07:23 min | 3 d ago

"Pandemic" Pet Adoption - Always Great No Matter When It Happens

"I was in a new apartment in a new city after just having broken up with a partner of ten years. I didn't leave my home. I had very little outside contact with anybody. Virtual or otherwise. I was all alone for the first time a very long time. I became even more introvert than i'd ever been before. Feeling sadness sorrow and kind of use on a daily basis. Let me just say that. I am inherently a cat person. But i was compelled to do everything the opposite way of. How about my life up until that point. The all quote. Nothing is working this way. So i'll do it the opposite and see what happens. It can't get much worse in quote. That was my line and my way of thinking at that time. We'll in october of two thousand eighteen. My precious cat when he had just passed away. It was very sad. And so i thought briefly about waiting on getting another pet altogether. Maybe i'll just wait. It was just so painful to imagine going through the worry and commitment. And plus i had just start to travel a little bit more but somehow i didn't dismiss it as the weeks went by. I saw an ad on pet finder dot com for a dog named frank and the ad it stayed that frank was quote body sensitive in quote in other words he was a biter. But guess what that did not deter me. As i read the ad i learnt that he had been in a few bad homes been rejected and returned to the shelter. But the ad also said that wants the bonding phase was established. He'd be a companion for life. I was intrigued as ended up. I wouldn't be all alone for the rest of my life. Like i thought i would. Happy ending for franken me for sure. But here's another pet story. That's just as cool on. Us news and world report. I found this doctor. Liz dare a family medicine. Physician in western massachusetts had wanted to adopt a dog but she hadn't quite found the right time to do it with work travel and other commitments. They're just never seemed to be a great time to adopt a pet and her two cats kept her company. Well enough with fewer knees dog. And isn't that the truth. But in mid-march the world changed when the coronavirus pandemic was declared overnight workplaces closed and like many other people. Liz began working from home. A lot offering visits with patients. Virtually from their homes. Having a dog would help stave off some of the isolation that accompanied the radical change and it is radical in lifestyle so many of us have had to cope with since the coronavirus pandemic began. She says i'm single. And i live by myself so it felt like a really right time for me. Well according to its july seventeenth twenty twenty covid nineteen impact report. The number of dogs and cat adoptions. Were actually down. Twenty seven percent when compared to the same time period a year ago. but foster's were up nine percent. Many states have seen a significant decline in the number of animals. Entering the shelters as volunteers observed stay at home orders but the increase and fosters suggests that more people are willing to take on sick or older pets that might otherwise not have found a safe home to call their own for any period of time because this is an ever changing situation and each shelter faces unique challenges adoption and fostering statistics will vary at any given time. It's so obvious. But there's no doubt that the response from community residents across the nation to support their local shelters by fostering vulnerable animals has been enormous and unprecedented. And isn't that the coolest thing well for liz. The rush to adopt meant. She had to be patient to find her pandemic pet orla name eventually. She connected with a shelter and connecticut right here where i am that brings dogs up from the southern united states. So that's how. She found sophie a two year. Old thirty pound terrier boxer mix. She's chestnut brown with white around her face and white paws and she's got spots running down her chest. She sounds adorable and she is and sweet and she's a very low key dog. I needed to find a dog. She says that was going to get along well with my two cats and as it turns out. Sophia's very good around the cats. Who are still a little freaked out by her. Well let me just tell. This story has a great ending to. She brought sophie home of month ago. They're still adjusting to the new routine. She's totally fallen in love with this dog. So after those two stories. My story about frank and liz's story about sophie. Do you even need to hear the bullet point benefits for adopting a pet. No well here. They are anyway well. They offer companionship. We know that this is important. If like myself you live alone before. I adopted frank who is a dachshund maltese mixed breed. I had no one to look forward to seeing no one to share my love with and no one that needed me and there is something to be said about the human to dog touch. That feels so good. Well provides a purpose to the sense of purpose. Everybody needs pet. Ownership is an important responsibility and one that can be a powerful antidote to depression and anxiety. There are more opportunities for exercise to well this time to walk. Frank during the lockdown played an important role in my wellbeing and his two dogs need to be walked and katz needs to be played with and there is no doubt that these activities with your pet is crucial to your physical wellbeing. as well. as there's getting dose of fresh air is important for both of you. Also it provides a reason to go outside smelled air and be alone with your thoughts. That's right. I said alone because when you're outside there's so much to see and you're using all your senses of very good thing and there's good medical news two that's right. Having a pet can reduce blood pressure the center for disease control and prevention the cdc reports that pet ownership can be a key to reducing stress cholesterol and triglycerides levels. All things that we need to do to be healthy and you know what there doesn't even have to be at pandemic for you to adopt a pet but you can't anyway. It's a good excuse if you need one. If you need a laugh live alone. Want to potentially meet other like-minded pet owners be more peaceful and happier and calmer. This is something to really consider. I know you know this. It's not only you but that furry pet that just may need you as much as you need them. Still a cat person. But i adore my frankie.

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Companies debate whether to make COVID-19 vaccine mandatory

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:18 min | 5 d ago

Companies debate whether to make COVID-19 vaccine mandatory

"Of of the the cover cover 19 19 vaccines vaccines become become available. available. Some Some people people are are choosing choosing not not to to get get it it and and it it raises. raises. The The question question is is were were here here for for medical medical reporter reporter Liz Liz Bonus Bonus employment employment attorneys attorneys now now say say it is one of the top questions they are getting. Asked if I don't choose to get the vaccine, can my employer make it mandatory to return to work? Well, it's very complicated at the short answer is that yes, employers may require employees to get vaccinated with the covert 19 vaccine for health care workers, perhaps nursing home workers or others. Those who don't get the covert 19 vaccine may be a real threat or danger to those around us. That's the basis employment attorney Faith Whitaker says. Your workplace can use to require the covert 19 bucks, but there needs to be some exceptions for medical or religion. That said, however, most people step up. This might never be mandatory. However, an early survey so far, many states report what Ohio has found. What we found is, for example, the nursing homes were seeing a on Lee about 40% of the people who work in nursing homes or taking the vaccine. But just because the vaccine can be mandatory right now, Business advisors even for medical personnel say that doesn't mean it should You see, the FDA has only given emergency use authorization for the Fizer and Madonna vaccines. So these leaders admit when there's clear evidence and months of data collection to demonstrate that this is a safe vaccine. In future periods of time and maybe even the future years it may become mandatory. It depends In the meantime, those advising employers say education and perhaps a few other steps might be a better way to get more people to get the covert 19 vaccine. For employers. They need to have thorough assistance from counsel and advice from counsel to understand their wrists and then also see whether or not it makes sense operationally to require that and maybe if they don't require He could provide incentives for encouraging it Now this is likely going to be an ongoing legal debate. The hope, of course, is that enough of us will step up to get it that air comfortable, so we get herd immunity. Means about 70% of us would have to be vaccinated, Which doesn't mean we still have a ways to go.

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Runway Rodents, Flipping Snakes, and other Foreign Object Damage!

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

05:14 min | 6 d ago

Runway Rodents, Flipping Snakes, and other Foreign Object Damage!

"Okay we're gonna start off with one crash that is seems to be in the news Quite a bit lately was a tragedy. It was a seven thirty seven not a seven thirty seven. Max thank you very much Journalists take note. Don't mention seven. Thirty seven max in the same article as this crash please. Because this airplane was a seven. Thirty seven dash five to four registration. Papa kilo charleena. Charlie at fluids first flight on the thirteenth may nineteen ninety-four being delivered to continental airlines. And then how do you pronounce this airlines three swaggie. A- that's pretty good. That's about as we gye sweet swiss regime. Oh i think Our translator staff will be able to tell us exactly. that's this'll be the official pronunciation. Go ahead stuff. This is the language that i unfortunately do not speak. No sorry. I cannot help okay. Well we're going to say this indonesian giant. I like i like mine the best. What do you think okay sounds. Good jeff always okay. Liz was gone with. She's voted for me Took over the aircraft. May of twenty twelve Let's see on the only instance that this airframe has had were bird strikes in nineteen ninety. Four two thousand four two thousand five In march of twenty twenty at the start of the pandemic was parked at soraya for storage in november of last year the aircraft was inspected for an extension of its aircraft operating certificate aoc To december twenty twenty one and a few weeks later it passed inspection. As part of the airline's return to service procedures the boeing seven thirty-seven resume service on the nineteenth of december twenty twenty with his first passenger flight on the twenty second. Now you fast forward to january ninth ninth. Yeah january ninth of so. Let me find the actual narrative here a Seven thirty seven five hundred flight. One eighty two from jakarta to pontianak indonesia with fifty six passengers and six crew had been cleared declined to flight level. Two nine zero was climbing through about ten thousand eight hundred feet. Mfl out of jakarta about eleven nautical miles north of jakarta's Soekarno hatta international airport was over jobs. See when radar and radio contact was lost with the aircraft. The aircraft has so far not turned up anywhere else. Okay this is the original reporting. Of course they did find the wreckage debris And body parts were located in waters of about fifteen meters depth near lung kong island no survivors so we have a few updates here. They did find the flight. Data recorder and it has been successfully downloaded and all three hundred and thirty parameters are recorded recorded are in good condition and currently being analyzed. They also found the just recently. I think on the fifteenth found the vr But they are still looking for the memory unit of the assembly so So far not good with the cockpit voice recorder recovery. Unless there's been recent news that i didn't see i did check this this morning though So yeah. I kind of interesting They don't really have any other. Data will of course the flight data recorder data that. We hasn't been released yet. So i would imagine that maybe the investigators have some idea of what happened to the airplane but we don't know anything about it yet except that it crashed system where i i saw a little bit of Flight right on twenty four all made it looked like it was on a relatively straight climb out that it began a unexpected turn and then it sort of compared to spiral downwards on so. Yeah the dwell nba. There is another. There's another one that we're going to talk about a citation Jet citation five over oregon. That did that but this one was flying a heading. That was not The assigned heading. I think they gave him a zero seven five heading but it continued to the northwest. And that's when they first realized that there was something going on with The flight. I may be confusing. The two don't worry amount me. Okay was that i'm sorry i guess. Was that heading zero five. Some they requested or or something that was assigned atc. I think that that was something that was. I think that was assigned by abc. And i don't think it was a part of the departure procedure. I think they gave them that vector. I think i'm remembering that correctly But yeah it It didn't Fly that heading. I guess that was or maybe it was supposed to fly that general heading and they noticed the controllers noticed that they were not that we're continuing To the north west

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Trump's second impeachment: Timeline of events by Julia Manchester

Part Time Genius

02:48 min | Last week

Trump's second impeachment: Timeline of events by Julia Manchester

"Manchester Political reporter at the Hill. Thanks for joining us, Julia Thanks so much for having me. The House has impeached President Donald Trump for a second time. He is now the only president to be impeached twice the article of Impeachment was incitement of insurrection. Obviously we know what happened on January 6th when these pro Trump supporting mob stormed the capital, and everybody had to take cover. You know, it was just a crazy scene this past the house. 2 30 to toe 1 97 with 10 Republicans voting against the president. Julia tell us about, you know everything that led up to this moment. It's been a crazy seven days in Washington and really across the country. You know, it's interesting. You know, the insurrection of the capital happened seven days ago. And then seven days from now, a week from now, President elect Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46, president of the United States. So what happening But in leading up to impeachment, obviously what sparked? This was the insurrection. We saw that President Trump Help that rally in Washington, D C, telling the attendees of his rally to go up to the capital to voice their displeasure with the election results, and many interpreted his remarks as incitement, and it would appear that he did in sight this group of rioters to go to the capital now, Obviously, there were thousands of people to attend President Trump's rally, which was to essentially protest the electoral college results. And then we saw that you know some of the People. Large number of them did stormed the capital when they stormed the capital. It was during the certification of the electoral college vote had senators Josh Holly and some there's had crews essentially proposing challenge the electoral college results in states like Pennsylvania. So we saw that there was essentially ally going around that there was this white Red voter fraud in the 2020 election. So during the certification process, the protestors stormed the capital, putting the lives of the vice president of the United States at risk of the speaker of the House of Thine eyes. Take that risk as well as lawmakers in the chamber at that moment, so we obviously know that five people were killed as a result of these riots, so it was a very deadly insurrection. Now we've heard obviously a lot of these. Writers have been charged. They have been apprehended by law enforcement. But today was President Trump's term in the spotlight, and he was impeached for the second time. It wasn't a surprise. We knew that Democrats would have the votes. But what's getting a lot of attention is the fact that Republicans voted to impeach him and including Congresswoman Liz Cheney, who is part of the GOP leadership in the House. Yeah, I mean, it's

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Where does the Republican Party go after Trump?

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:09 min | Last week

Where does the Republican Party go after Trump?

"To become of the Republican Party Post? Trump KCBS is Mike the wall reports on the debate and says that much of the divide centers around who will become the parties. Standard bearer. The split isn't just among GOP members but also its leadership. Liz Cheney supports impeachment, while Steve Scalise opposes House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy opposes but has also created space between himself and the president. The one thing they have in common is a worry about Donald Trump. After the 20th of January. What a post trump presidency. GOP looks like that cinema state political scientist Dr David McEwan, presidential aspirations and the balance of power in Congress all come into play as to what happens next. There's also another X factor. The wild card of Mitch McConnell could also steer the Republican Party and the direction that's away from Donald Trump the person but not necessarily away from Donald Trump or Trumpism the movement While it's still a long shot, McEwen says that McConnell's support of a conviction would bring more than enough GOP votes. He says that ultimately, McConnell's eyes are likely on the 2022 midterms.

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House poised to impeach Trump for incitement of insurrection

Democracy Now! Audio

01:19 min | Last week

House poised to impeach Trump for incitement of insurrection

"Well is being made today. In washington dc as the house is voting to impeach president trump for a second time. That's one week. After he encouraged a violent mob to fight like hell and attack the capital as members of congress voted to ratify joe biden's electoral college victory and the twenty twenty election the deadly siege so enraged senate majority leader mitch mcconnell that he's now reportedly privately backing impeachment along with a growing number of republicans including congress member liz cheney of wyoming the third ranking republican in the house on tuesday vice president pence rejected a call from the house to invoke the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution to remove trump from office. Meanwhile several republican lawmakers by past metal detectors to enter the house floor. That were installed after last week's attack including the newly elected colorado republican queuing on supporter congress. Member lauren bogart who vowed in a viral video to carry a gun in the capital

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No. 3 House GOP leader backs Trump impeachment as tide grows

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

No. 3 House GOP leader backs Trump impeachment as tide grows

"President trump's GOP support is starting to crumble at the party's top levels with houses number three Republicans saying she will vote to impeach him Liz Cheney says there's never been a greater betrayal by a president of his office and oaks or Stephen comes a week after the president colder out at a rally before the capitol protest urging supporters to get rid of the week lawmakers Phyllis Cheney's of the world while fellow Republican Andy Biggs is blasting Cheney she should resign position is conference chair house speaker Nancy Pelosi is praising her maybe more ominous for the president that house GOP defections The New York Times reports Senate Republican chief Mitch McConnell is glad Democrats are moving against him thinking that will help the G. O. P. B. com trump free Sager mag ani Washington

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House races to oust Trump; he blames accusers for US 'anger'

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

House races to oust Trump; he blames accusers for US 'anger'

"The house will start debate today on impeaching president trump again the forty fifth president is on the verge of becoming the first impeached twice house Democrats accuse him of inciting an insurrection at the capitol last week we fight like hell saying his own words at a rally showed he egged on supporters who assaulted the building and to praise them during the attack the president showing no remorse people thought that what I said was totally appropriate and blasted Democrats for moving ahead with impeachment causing tremendous anger and division and pain some house Republicans say they'll vote to impeach including number three GOP leader Liz Cheney the house had been urging vice president pence to invoke the twenty Fifth Amendment to remove the president but pence refused saying it's time to unite Sager mag ani Washington

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These House Republicans say they will vote to impeach Trump

AP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | Last week

These House Republicans say they will vote to impeach Trump

"Liz Cheney draws the ire of fellow Republican Arizona's Andy Biggs, who is a staunch supporter of President Trump's Cheney, the number three Republican in the House says she will vote to impeach Trump. This is crap right here. You can put that down. This is the stupidest thing Biggs, adding she should resign Position is a conference chair. She should not be serving this conference to others. Illinois Congressman Adam Kinzinger and New York's John Cat Co. Say they want to impeach Trump as well. Morano Honestly, The New York Times reports, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Thinks Trump committed an impeachable offenses and is glad Democrats are moving against him. Tim McGuire, Washington At least three

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House set to call on Pence, Cabinet to remove Trump from office

Lance McAlister

00:26 sec | Last week

House set to call on Pence, Cabinet to remove Trump from office

"To vote on a resolution calling for Vice President Mike Pence in the Cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office who is also facing impeachment for the second time on a charge of incitement of insurrection of the U. S. Capitol. The impeachment vote is expected Wednesday, the third highest ranking Republican member of the U. S. House, Wyoming's Liz Cheney says she will vote to impeach the president. York's John Cap Co. And Illinois's Adam Kinzinger are other Republicans who have announced that they plan to vote to impeach.

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House prepares to impeach Trump for inciting the U.S. Capitol riot

Morning Edition

04:02 min | Last week

House prepares to impeach Trump for inciting the U.S. Capitol riot

"Democrats are moving forward with the plan to impeach President Trump for a second time. President has just nine days left in office, and Democrats say this week they plan to file an impeachment resolution. This follows Trump's incitement of his supporters last Wednesday, hundreds of whom descended on the U. S Capitol. The violent scene left five people dead, including a Capitol police officer and NPR congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell is here with us this morning with the latest take healthy. Good morning. How will this impeachment proceeding work? Well, it will start today when Democrats plan to bring up a resolution that would call on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment. Democrats will try to pass that unanimously, but Republicans could and probably will block it with just one objection. After that, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is basically giving Pence 24 hours. I kind of ultimatum to decide if he's going to invoke the 25th amendment. If he doesn't she plans to bring the process you know to Ah, hold of bring together the process to hold a vote on impeachment. Which could happen as early as Wednesday. Now on the question of impeachment, it's currently just one article referring to incitement to insurrection. It's based on Trump's address to the crowd before the riots began, and his attempts to overturn the election in 2020 more than 200. Democrats have signed on, and I'm told that they expect some Republicans will support it, too. You know, Democrats are pretty unified and saying what happened? The capital cannot be swept under the rug. Is that Trump can't be allowed to simply leave office without any consequences, And they want to make sure that the Senate has the opportunity to vote to convict so that it can bar trump from holding future federal office. Okay, Kelsey. This actually brings me to the question of Republicans. We heard a few of them say over the last few days, they want Trump out of office. How widespread? Is that feeling within the GOP, you know, some of that is kind of hard to gauge because most of them have been quiet. We know that Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski was the first to say that Trump should resign, but she's been joined by retiring Senator Pat Toomey. He was asked about this yesterday on CNN. I think at this point with just a few days left, it's the best half forward. Now there are a few others that agree. But some others, like Missouri Senator Roy Blunt, who's part of Republican leadership, says he basically wants Trump to be quiet for 10 days and just leave. You know, House Republican leaders have also mostly been silent, except for Liz Cheney, who has often broken with the rest of House Republican leadership when it comes to Trump Okay. This process the house wants to do is is really quick. But there's still the Senate, right? And you know, that is really the wild card here because Republicans will control the Senate until the Georgia elections are certified. And then the Senate has to meet and do some required organizing work. So that means that Mitch McConnell would control the timing and the Senate is out of session. So what would need to happen is they would have to bring them back into session. They would start a trial basically around Inauguration Day. Once an impeachment trial is triggered in the Senate, it stops everything else from happening. It forces senators to come to the Senate floor stick down six days a week until the trial concludes, and that could take weeks. House Minority Whip Jim Clyburn floated a proposal that he says could solve it. Here He is yesterday on CNN President Look Bad 100 days he needs to get his agenda off and running. Maybe we'll send you the articles. Sometimes after that, Ah, 100 Days is a really long time And that could be well after Trump leaves office And you know, Democrats want to proceed for all the reasons I've mentioned before, but this creates a really complicating political moment for Biden as he tries to, you know, move forward and move the country ahead. And this is all happening. I 30 seconds with you as we prepare for Joe Biden's inauguration. What are the concerns about safety? Yeah, they're still concerns the capitals a little bit like a fortress right now, with fences and National Guard troops and there. There's a process of a review right now. But there are serious concerns about whether or not the capital but will be fully safe for the bite. Administration were told that there are really efforts right now trying to Trying to beef up security and take every precaution. Possible.

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"Yet the president persists": Georgia election official refutes Trump

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"Yet the president persists": Georgia election official refutes Trump

"For a rally ahead of that state's to run off elections today will determine which party controls the U. S Senate. Trump vows not to give up his bid to overturn the presidential election and they're not taking this White House. We're gonna fight like hell. I'll tell you right now. It was supposed to be a rally for the two Republicans in Georgia Special election. The outcome of today's high stakes vote determines which party controls the Senate. But President Trump was fixated on his own election. There's no way we lost your do this. No. Then you did lose in all three of the state's counts. And as Congress prepares to certify the election results tomorrow, President Trump delivering a not so veiled threat to Vice President Mike Pence, who will preside over the joint session. I hope my head's comes through for us. I have to tell you I hope that our great vice president are great vice president comes through for us. He's a great guy. Course if he doesn't come through Won't like it but is much But Pence does not have the power to overturn the election. This a day after the release of that stunning call, where the president seemingly threatened Georgia's Republican secretary of state, telling him to re calculate the results and find more votes. Well, I want to do is this I just want to find Uh, 11,780 Love. Now President Trump delivering a new threat. I'm gonna be here in a year and a half. And I'm gonna be campaigning against your governor and your crazy secretary of state that I could backlash fears. One top Republican election official in the state delivering this scathing rebuke the president's legal team from our point of you intentionally misled the state Senate. Voters and the people. United States Republican Senator Pat Toomey, calling the recording a new low in this whole few Thailand sorry Episode and from Congresswoman Liz Cheney, one of the top Republican leaders in the House and Democrats, asking the FBI to investigate this as more than half of House Republicans and 13 Republican senators are expected to challenge the results of the election. When Congress formally count the electoral College votes tomorrow. What is usually a drama free ceremony? It takes less than an hour is now expected to be a long drawn out fight with the president's allies, potentially forcing an all night debate even though they do not have the votes to overturn Biden's decisive win back in Georgia President elect Joe Biden on the attack, politicians cannot assert. Take or seize power power is given granted by the American people alone. President Trump is calling on his supporters to show up for protests here in Washington. And they are listening. There's a protest planned for later today. Right here in D. C and tomorrow of President Trump supporters have a permit for 30,000 people to gather President Trump is expected to attend, and I've got to say D. C officials here in the city are very worried about the potential for violence. They've got extremist groups like the proud boys that are expected to show up. D C. Officials already arrested the leader of that group when he showed up into town here yesterday. And now the National Guard has been activated to try and keep the peace here in this city. That's a BCS Cecilia Vega. Somebody's time. 10 50

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Answering Mail From Our Listeners

The Book Review

04:53 min | Last month

Answering Mail From Our Listeners

"To any us i to answer questions from listeners. To editors many of you are familiar with tina jordan. Who is the deputy editor of the book. Review and elizabeth egan and editor at the book. Review our group text columnist and the author of a novel of her own called a window opens. Listen tina thanks so much for being here. Hi pal hi pamela. Thanks for having us all right. Let's take our very first question. It comes from ingeborg moran and she asks i'd like to know everyone's thoughts on the kindle. Has anyone become a kindle convert during kovic. She writes to us from pittsburgh pennsylvania. Alright tina ou. I will say this is a tough one for me because one thing the pandemic has meant for all of us on the books desk is that we're reading everything. Digitally and i have zero problem with an e reader. I actually use an ipad and not a candle. If say. I'm going on vacation but for constant everyday reading i will admit it has been a real drag i liz. I don't know if you feel the same way. But i cannot wait until the day when i'm only holding real books in my hands again. Tina i agree. I was actually a very early adopter of the kindle when it was first invented and i feel that it serves a purpose and has a place in my reading life but i feel like it is way more clinical than holding a physical book. You're missing the pge feel and the smell of the book. I have two very simple tips for anyone who is looking to weed into the world of e-readers one is to experiment with the font and find one. That feels most appealing to you. There are a few fonts on my kindle that makes me feel. They remind me that. I'm reading on screen and i have a couple that are more palatable than others. Here's my other tip. When i'm reading a book. I am an underlying her and appeared full folder and interactor which is a hard thing to replicate on the kindle. Even though you can highlight. So i put a post it on the back of my kindle and take notes that way. It's not quite as rewarding as doggy ring and taking notes in the margins but it does allow you to have the same vibe. All you actually raise an important point. Which is that on e-readers. You can increase the font size and for anyone who has trouble seeing tiny print for example. No one is in that age category around here tonight thinking of in my mother. I hope she's not listening. Shoot uses an ipad down loves it. You know because she can make the print big enough so that when she's reading in bed at night she doesn't have to have her glasses. You know i'm surprised. Neither of you is brought up for me. The controversial element of the raider experience. Which is the percentages rather than pages. I i feel like for me. That that's like the fitbit it's sort of both too much information and also not the right information. You know i feel like it would. It would take me down a very bad path. If i were to rely on things like percentages because i am finisher and a complete list in general and and i i do like to check things off and somehow that percentage thing i feel like i'd just become very focused on the numbers rather than what you should be focused on when you're reading which is in the words. Does that bother other view. Know it definitely bothers me and sometimes mind will say location instead of percent and it'll say location and then a number and that is baffling to me. I don't understand it. But i have learned how to use the go-to feature on mine which allows me to skip around a book and read the end before the beginning which i will admit i m prone to do. Oh i know. Don't ask but the other thing that i find problematic about an e reader as a as a reviewer who's who's reading a ton of books and kind of waiting a ton of books at once when i look at something on an easy reader reduces my recall like i can't remember the name of the author when i have a book in my hand i have almost a savant like ability to connect the title and the author and even the color of the spine forever in my in my memory i read. It is that that have shown this to be true. This it's a disadvantage for me. Because i can't remember what i've read and i can't place it in the same way which is also can be a good thing because it gives all book sort of an equal beginning in my mind.

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Fears grow over pre-election violence close to Central African Republic capital

UN News

00:54 sec | Last month

Fears grow over pre-election violence close to Central African Republic capital

"The office of the u n high commissioner for human rights. Oh hr has expressed deep concern over growing election violence in the central african republic and called for parties to lay down their weapons in line with an appeal by the sector general citing numerous reports of attacks against security forces political candidates and election officials. Oh chr said on. Wednesday that civilians have fled hot spots with some seeking shelter in neighboring countries. National elections are due to take place on sunday the twenty seventh of december amid a backdrop of rumors that former president francois disease and other armed groups that were planning on disrupting the poll. Un human rights his spokesperson liz. Th russell said that these signatories to the political agreement february twenty nineteen here included political. His aunt armed groups should abide by their commitment to respect human rights and not resort to violence to resolve disputes.

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Lawmaker quits GOP over bid to overturn Biden's win

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

07:49 min | Last month

Lawmaker quits GOP over bid to overturn Biden's win

"The political world has a new independent tonight because earlier. Today republican congressman. Paul mitchell of michigan decided to leave his republican party over trump's efforts to cast doubt on the election. It became clear to me that i could no longer be associated with the republican party. That leadership does not stand up and say the process. The election is over. It's over today. I voted for donald trump. i supported the administration policies. Ninety five ninety six percent of the time the last two terms. I've active in the national state party but this party has to stand up for democracy. I for our constitution. I am not clinical considerations. that's a candidate. Not simply for raw political power. And that's what feels going on. And i've had enough back with us tonight. Robert gibbs former obama campaign senior adviser former white house press secretary under one president obama and steve schmidt longtime political strategist who led the mccain campaign. Who has since left the republican party and among the founders of the lincoln project which set out to defeat trump and trumpism and steve. That's why i'm going to start with you What have they unleashed. I've got a poll to show you fox news poll. Seventy seven percent of trump voters. Feel that the election was stolen from their guy. Then this weekend at a maga- rally in washington a chance starts up. Destroy the gop. What have they uncorked here. How will anyone fix this. And is a guy like mitch mcconnell ready for the consequences. Well let me just say brian. That several years ago a book came out and it was name j winning and he posited that april eighteen sixty five one of the most important historical monse in history. And i think when we look back november. Twenty twenty is going to be such a monte it's a before and after monte hinge in our history and it was the month where faith and belief in american democracy was deliberately premeditatively intentionally poisoned by donald trump by his supporters including many elected republicans in culminating with one hundred twenty six members of congress in eighteen attorney general's signing in a meekest brief. Now it's important to understand that signing got a meek brief was not illegal lack the junk lawsuits. It was preposterous. It was a political statement. It was a repudiation of be bedrock of the american system the idea that a government of the people by the people for the people. The people are sovereign. The people decide who our leaders are in their in tampa to maintain empower defeated in common president over the clear in legitimate. Victor is something that will do to american democracy. What the exxon valdez. Day to alaskan waters deepwater horizon did gulf waters it poisons that fundamental faith and belief which the system can't survive without and then lastly resolved in washington dc. We saw right wing extremist violence with these proud boys. And just because they weren't wearing brown or black doesn't mean that they're not the same people that you saw at nineteen thirty five or nineteen. Twenty seven in italy or in germany is a fascistic organisation. Trying to impose violence political will on the country. We're in a lot of trouble as country after this month of november. And we're going to be fighting this fight for generation and this is the month where american politics relying on one side a pro democracy coalition and on the other side we have an autocratic coalition within that autocratic coalition for example in the house. You have a conservative leader liz. Cheney and you have an autocratic leader kevin mccarthy in the same way that the kansas nebraska wrote the whig party in eighteen fifty four and led to the emergence of a new party. The republican party. I suspect that what we've seen play out over these last weeks with these members signing onto this in time we'll break the republican party into its conservative faction faction but either way we have one institution politically in. This country stands for the ideals of american democracy. And that's the democratic party. You'll political party in the world while you've given us a lot about their can sure on your assessment of april eighteen sixty five the book by jay winnick which i love to and his on my bookshelf. Hey robert think of the senators as i like to call them in the witness protection program. The lamar's the blunts especially the portman. Monds they insist on being upstanding republicans all of them to a man have taken a dive for this president and have sold out their seats and votes. When it's come down to it. How are they going to react. When perhaps as the ultimate extension of trumpism these chance startup about destroying the gop. They didn't make that bargain. They just went along. With a a president occult. They were scared of getting tweeted out. Who doesn't understand that They didn't go along with destroying the party. that got them to the dance will. They didn't brian. But i think they cut a deal essentially with trump and bought something they may not be able to now return Because this is going to land on them. How are they going to sit across from a president. That a seventy seven percent of their own party believes is illegitimate and try to govern the country. It has to start brian with not just a recognition of what happened today at the electoral college. But why and how it happened because of an honest free and fair election fifty some court cases which heard wild accusations about fraud that never got proven and election that delivered a president elected vice president-elect and if they don't begin to explain that to their own voters that this wasn't just a happenstance on a calendar for the electoral college but in fact a result of an election that was had in this country been. They too are going to be able to govern the the idea that this is just making joe biden less and less of a legitimate president and that they own or quite frankly aren't going to feel the effects of this on them. I think you're beginning to see it whether it's chance that you saw in washington whether it's the questions that the senators that are up for re election in georgia are getting they go to these rallies. They pitch their candidacy for a vote. And then somebody says what. Are you doing to protect democracy for the presidential campaign and if they don't start to let the air out of that balloon in a real way. Nobody's gonna come vote for them and january because nobody's going to have confidence in the system even their own base.

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‘Impressive Zippermerge’: Light Aircraft Makes Night-Time Landing on US Highway

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

02:09 min | Last month

‘Impressive Zippermerge’: Light Aircraft Makes Night-Time Landing on US Highway

"Have you all ever seen an impressive zipper merge well. I mean that's what i do on the highway everyday. Hang around me and you'll you'll see an impressive zipper merge A light aircraft makes a nighttime landing on us highway. And let's see before you play the video. Liz let's tol. You set it up a little bit A light aircraft has made a dramatic emergency landing on an interstate as cars cruise down the highway at night video footage posted on twitter by the minnesota department of transportation showed the pilot touchdown while traveling at the same speed. And i put in there. Well it's pretty close. I think they're going. He was going a little bit faster than the traffic as vehicles ahead and behind the single propeller plane appeared to have suffered an engine failure. The ramsey county deputies federation said on facebook alongside images of the craft smashed into the hood of an suv. No one was injured in the accident on wednesday. Night on interstate. Thirty five west. A major highway in the minneapolis area city of arden hills. The road was blocked for several hours but reopened to traffic on thursday morning They added the pilot was cited for improper lane change and not using his turn. Sick pay the toll either so go ahead and those are the worst. Seriously there's only certain levels Yeah i don't know. I can't see his hand. I don't think his hands out the window touches down and now he's going to there's illegal lane change and pass smile. Bambi kept the car then. So nigga got away with yeah he almost. Did you wanna play it one. More time on this dead. Yeah here ago. Scrape footage though look at that. Yeah that car had been there. He would have been fine. I know i'd say there's always that car all right. That was impressive. Getting the way of us airplane drivers how dare they. I know you appreciated that Lives that impressive emerge.

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‘Impressive Zippermerge’: Light Aircraft Makes Night-Time Landing on US Highway

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

02:09 min | Last month

‘Impressive Zippermerge’: Light Aircraft Makes Night-Time Landing on US Highway

"Have you all ever seen an impressive zipper merge well. I mean that's what i do on the highway everyday. Hang around me and you'll you'll see an impressive zipper merge A light aircraft makes a nighttime landing on us highway. And let's see before you play the video. Liz let's tol. You set it up a little bit A light aircraft has made a dramatic emergency landing on an interstate as cars cruise down the highway at night video footage posted on twitter by the minnesota department of transportation showed the pilot touchdown while traveling at the same speed. And i put in there. Well it's pretty close. I think they're going. He was going a little bit faster than the traffic as vehicles ahead and behind the single propeller plane appeared to have suffered an engine failure. The ramsey county deputies federation said on facebook alongside images of the craft smashed into the hood of an suv. No one was injured in the accident on wednesday. Night on interstate. Thirty five west. A major highway in the minneapolis area city of arden hills. The road was blocked for several hours but reopened to traffic on thursday morning They added the pilot was cited for improper lane change and not using his turn. Sick pay the toll either so go ahead and those are the worst. Seriously there's only certain levels Yeah i don't know. I can't see his hand. I don't think his hands out the window touches down and now he's going to there's illegal lane change and pass smile. Bambi kept the car then. So nigga got away with yeah he almost. Did you wanna play it one. More time on this dead. Yeah here ago. Scrape footage though look at that. Yeah that car had been there. He would have been fine. I know i'd say there's always that car all right. That was impressive. Getting the way of us airplane drivers how dare they. I know you appreciated that Lives that impressive emerge.

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UK Royals

Travel with Rick Steves

05:16 min | Last month

UK Royals

"Kings and queens with real power are a relic of the past in europe. Most of them today play ceremonial figurehead roles limited by their constitutions in britain pulls tell us most people are more or less supportive of the role. The windsors play as their royal family. Their lives are a regular beat for the british press and there are many elegance stops in british tourism connected to the queen and her family. Paul guest was an electrician on her majesty's royal yacht britannia when he was in the royal navy today. He works as a tour. Guide based in belfast. He's joined by. Elizabeth boardman a tour guide from bath not far from london. They're here to help us. Americans better understand the royals. In britain by the way our interviews recorded just prior to the global pandemic shutdowns liz. Paul thanks for joining us. Thank you very much right because if it's an interesting thing for us there's still kings and queens and in belgium and the netherlands spain over scandinavia. But they really have little power. But what's the purpose. Why do you. Brits willingly tax money to have kings and queens and princes printing around your country. I know that's a question that we always get asked his guides when we're doing our tours and yet one of the questions i always ask for members is put your hands up if you came on this tour just because we have a royal family. No one ever does that. We've got so much more to offer but the royal family are a big attraction for us as well because immediately. I'm sure if we just said prince charles prince william prince harry. Everyone has a visual of who they are because of the world media but for us as british citizens. It's a lot more than that. We're very personal about them. If we were to believe the Recent opinion polls approximately eighty eight percents of the british public are in favor of royal family which is quite surprising considering everyone still coming out of a depression and financial difficulties a hard but we like having the royals whether something actually practical about it and heavy responsibility to be a royal. Because do all the ceremonial stuff. I mean it's almost a fulltime job to be cutting edge hospitals and in the united states. We don't have anybody to do the ceremonial stuff except our politicians and in britain you can kind of divide. It threw the ceremonial stuff and politicians do the legislating. Yeah it's shared out between the royals. It's judy the of a sheduled which Follow i just want to reiterate what elizabeth sand and what what i think is It's a low for the royal family. I think we actually do love having a royal family On top of the huge amount of interest abroad and and brings in tourism and an income for the country to your heritage is sort of a celebration of england. Yeah goosebumps jurist. It's it's very interesting. So they are limited by the constitution so Do they have any political power at all. If a if a royal had a strong feeling about something what would they do. The house been royals of mid their feelings known especially prince charles on certain subjects. But as far as i'm aware they are told to sort of rain in a little bit on. Keep their opinions to themselves. So let's have a quick review of the royal family these days. Of course we've got queen elizabeth. She's getting old but she seems to be Still the metal name is did you of edinburgh also known as prince philip prince philip in their children so the eldest is prince charles who will be on next monarch followed by his sister. Princess own followed by his brother prince andrew. I'm also also a further brother. Who is prince edward. So all of these people are healthy and still in public Very match very much in the next generation. There's probably a lot of nieces and nephews. There is many nieces. And as we're speaking at the moment we've got three kings and one queen in waiting to go on the throne. What does that mean well. Basically what it means the next person in line for the throne when the queen dies will be prince. Charles right that will then be followed. By prince william his eldest son then prince william's eldest son prince george. Okay then we have his prince william's daughter princess charlotte. So i said that makes sense when the eldest son know if charles had an older daughter would she be next in line or is it still the old fashioned. Still be william. But when william and kate. Kate middleton who is william's wife when they were expecting prince george the eldest son. The law was changed if owner. So they couldn't grandfathered in but yeah grandfathered in so to speak the before the child was born. They changed the law. So they how that's historic it's historic. Donner gets the same rights in the lineage jackson. As it turned out they had prince george. But if prince george's had been girl it would have been a queen. Wow

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"liz i" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:11 min | 2 months ago

"liz i" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Yeah no i mean there has been absolutely no glint of unity on the on the horizon but most recently when of course Tens of thousands of trump's supporters gathered in washington to show their support for the president. They were Late in the evening attacked by antifa and other criminal elements and that's really what they should be described as they should be put in jail who just wantonly attack these people and Rand paul's wife tweeted about it. Because she and her husband had been leaving an event a month or two ago. I guess i can't remember the date exactly and they were set upon also by these same thugs and scared to death And the media liberal media just completely ignored that as they did in this instance as she said the ap declared there was no evidence of the attacks on video ten minutes video. I mean honestly. I guess you're lying. Is you know remain. You're lying media. I don't know the same thing happened of course over the weekend. You don't you know and honestly in writing this piece. That is really kind of what. I kept thinking to myself day after day. If i were only if i were a person who watch. Cnn and read the new york times. I would have no knowledge of what was going on in the country. I would not know that these riots in Minneapolis for example or portland. We're taking place because they simply didn't cover them. It's the it's the tree falling in the forest if they don't cover them they don't exist. So how can how can those voters who really only are in this little slice or the groove of the liberal media. How can they be expected to have. The perspective of voting for president trump. it would be almost impossible and that is probably the hardest hurdle to overcome. I think you're probably right liz peak. You're a wonderful guest comeback us anytime we've posted this piece to our blog at michael berry. Show dot com. I highly recommend you read it and share it. Because it's fantastic. Thank.

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"liz i" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"liz i" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"If you went back and looked. I remember early on looking at vine so-called plan on his platform. You know that. Joe biden for president platform and reading it through and kind of puzzling over it and saying okay what i mean. What's here not much faster. We're mask and let's all get together. I mean biden also talked a lot about how grady was Combating the swine flu. And i actually went looked at that i went back and looked at all the press interviews. White house press Gaggle during the months when the swine flu was in its ascendance and it was pretty significant. Sixty million people got that disease and literally joe minds name never came up. I don't think he had anything to do with it. It was basically Succumbed to the cdc to manage Joe astonishingly brock obama and his state of the union address. That you're didn't even mention it. Not once a disease that sixty million people had contracted It was sort of a non event. And i think it was particularly not event as far as the vice president was concerned. Anyway you know the the the sad thing is The media had zero curiosity about this highly touted plan. That biden kept sort of pulling out of his pocket about the plant list. Can you hold with me for just a moment. We're talking to speak and we will continue that conversation coming up. Quick reminder if you'll go to michael berry show dot com. That's our official website. And while you're there by your official michael berry show gear and wear it. Proudly we appreciate you. That's all it michael berry. Show dot com. Liz peak is our guest. We're talking about a piece. That was posted.

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"liz i" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

05:54 min | 2 months ago

"liz i" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"She's a fox news. Contributor a All around renaissance individual having been a columnist for the fiscal times. She writes for the hill contributes to fox news new york sun and other publications. What caught our attention was a piece entitled trump's twenty twenty supporters. What they had to overcome to vote for four more years subtitled. There were things they had to ignore and others they had to flat out reject. You know over seventy million people voted for president trump as you note in the peace liz. Despite the fact that they had a long journey to get there were a lot of people telling them don't vote for donald trump. A lot of reasons they could have chosen not to and yet they did right indeed. I mean really think of the opposition to president trump over the last four years and after all that extends in a sense to opposition to his voters basically Liberal media has been nonstop adversarial with president trump accusing him of all kinds of things including conspiring with russia undermining his election Ban echoing all the charges that led to his completely Preposterous impeachment But you know sort of more fundamentally declaring from the get go that president trump was racist. He was sexist He was undermining everything about our democracy. Honestly as these charges roll out it takes pretty strong stomach To to stand your ground and say know what. I really disagree with all of this. That i'm hearing from the mainstream media I think his policies are sound. I think his approach to so many things was a breath of fresh air And you know i Particularly as it got closer to the election The media really piled on with among other things Really distorted narrative Generated by polling. Which i think most of us look at now and say. Wow you know were these. Polls that showed for example wisconsin Biden up seventeen. Yeah seventeen point by less than one noted in the piece that the president calls them suppression polls well interest as it. I had people emailing me on my website. Saying do you think he has any chance at all. I mean this is like a month before the election. I was like wait a minute. What he of course he does. But then i looked at the polls and i guess you know. I think a lot of people did that. And they followed all those headlines or member there were headlines about biden up twelve points nationally and it wasn't just the presidential race it was also the senate races. They had susan collins losing by eight points on average and so forth it again it took a lot of fortitude to say not only Will i go..

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"liz i" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

03:24 min | 5 months ago

"liz i" Discussed on RunPod

"An coming back home, and it's still being kind of before most the rest of the house of even got up and you've got that amazing sense of achievement that you've done something as bank to is out of the way you can just crack with the rest of the day. Yeah and if you going to give someone a tape who's just started out running because there are plenty of new runners there. What would be because You know the the world is full of running tips but what would yours? I think for me. It's to take it slowly. You know just just start the longest journey starts with the first step and I think just accept that it's not going to. You're going to be able to sprint off and run a marathon overnight that actually starting at slow is completely fine stove seeing it even just with a bit of walking and breaking into a gentle jaw, which is exactly how I started. Will then lead to something more in the future. The most important thing is to start business and not be afraid of your own limitations no surgery, and also mean when you get that runner's high and you feel. Fantastic lewd of endorphins. When do you feel that I? Get that most often Ashley when I'm on the treadmill funny enough and I. Don't know whether it's because I'm listening to music at the same time and I do think there's a powerful emotional connection between in a positive music and getting absorbed in the rhythm of a song and just allowing yourself to be free and. To encourage the happy feelings, those endorphins as happy chemicals to surge. I find that I can get that high more quickly on a treadmill than I can through just running outside. And finally at why do you love running I love it because it's just time for me nobody else can get me when I'm running I can't answer my phone. I can't check my messages. I can't scroll my instagram a not contactable in my kids can't be asking me for staff I can't be being chased the deadlines. It's just me out back in the world. which is such arresting these days to be kind of connected with the world and yourself but not connected to anything else. Yeah. No I completely agree it's an I. think that's actually a very popular answer people just it it's the me time isn't it? You can have. You in the world. Yeah, and and the AD and the. Just the freshness and enjoying nature and being at one with everything for just that moment, which is such a rarity in its makes it all the more special doesn't. Yeah. So if if you are running, I enjoy that moment enjoy when you get. It all changes. Listen Liz. Thank you so much for coming and talking to me today. You are now officially a member of the run Padron Club and. Having you here. So thank you. Thank you and I should be tuning in and you'll be in my ears as I am running. You always say many say thank you or if you're running enjoy having lovely run and they keep going doorstop..

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"liz i" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

03:57 min | 5 months ago

"liz i" Discussed on RunPod

"Now I, do go and run with him in the park we know when I'm in London but then I still carry on and see him online when I'm when I'm not in town. So my fitness if anything's better I mean handy is not having someone that train you even if you're not with them, he's they're telling you what to do you. There's no gang over. Unfortunately I was within this morning and we've kind of up -ticipant. More I guess hit style exercises only may be him for twenty minutes or so but he's got me into lifting weights and I've been doing qualitative research you mentioned in the intro about me writing about menopause and. Coleman's focusing on kind of female midlife. Being. We know that actually lifting weights is really important as part of our overall fitness because it keeps all muscle fibers strong. It's with by dense deal is things that can hit particularly midlife women and so we started to do more of that and all my goodness that the stuff that he can make me do in fifteen minutes. I'm absolutely like Damn Rag by the end of that because it's so hard. For a run frankly, this is Michael we're talking about isn't this is Michael Gerry Yup. Discovered I I had a very late baby I was in my late forties and he was an unexpected blessing and I didn't even realize. I was pregnant with him in. Geneva. I thought he was the menopause. Right this. My you know periods of stoked to my hormones of shifted fate of strange. I knew and you would've thought I mean I'd already had for the critics by that and so you would have thought that I would have clock says, but I think in my defense I would say that I was in the middle of selling this obesity company. So I was spending a lot of time on airplanes. was, very stressed. And fuelled on black coffee. Probably too many Martinis at to get me through the process and so I I mean two mile of the ball. I guess a better expression and. Behold had my fifth child so quite late in life and then. After us was about a year old and he is now tens is about nine years ago. I just looked at my my body and I thought you know it. I have to grit now because I'm about to be fifty and I don't want to be unfit and flabby for the second half of my life and I'd seen pictures of really inspiring motivational women in the fifties and sixties and beyond who looks amazing. They look strom on they looked healthy active. It wasn't necessarily about looking thin was more about having that vitality and so I reached out I think I had an email from. Some kind of organization I belong to, and they said, Oh we know this fitness China Michael Gary is winning guy and he's offering free consultations. Just got no I. Remember the very first thing I said to him was. Just to let you know Michael don't run. Okay so I'm really happy to come see you in the gym. You know we can do some working out together but I don't like running up never run on. It's my intention never to run. And he kind of smiled and he said, well, we'll. We'll see let's just to start showing see how he gets. On of course, over the years, he's just built this incredible love of running a now I. I missed it if I don't run. Wherever I go I've packed my trainers. Oh, you see you happened by the. You how did he get you to go from I don't run to going for a run and actually going back for another run..

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"liz i" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

05:38 min | 5 months ago

"liz i" Discussed on RunPod

"Koluder Jennifer here it's great to be back with you more run port action. I mean, it's been a strange year for sure. But with that, if I was to take away some positives of all the uncertainty, it'd be the fact that. Many people have taken advantage of that one our exercise in lockdown. I'm they've started running in fact I, think this year we've been forced to think about our health and well-being more than ever as the governments know actively encouraging us to take a healthier approach to our lives to keep active to beat well to cut tight the rubbish. So today on run I'm joined by someone who is a household name thanks to her background in that tool health wellbeing and beauty i. Mean, she's fun to tons of TV shows and subject. She's the founder of Liz Earle Wellbeing, which might be giveaway who it is. She has thirty-six on a number of beauty related topics from skincare to sing at two most recently the menopause, and if that doesn't keep her busy enough, she also has for jewelry line. She's got her charity live twice and she has five children. I'm exhausted just say saying that is so much and welcome to the run for drunk club Liz. Thank you so much jenny that's very kind of you. Really missed something. There's probably another gazillion things that you've got on there as well. Well, I'm former too. So that's been quite interesting during lockdown. we had one form work with us who is vulnerable who immediately had to self wise too late. So we had to throw some kind of foam into the mix as well, but we got through it. So what is good excellent I'm fleas here Mike Industry to have your hands full do. It has been a strange time though don't you think you think people have suddenly become more aware of health and well being as a result of this period definitely it was very interesting. I think when lockdown started I think it was all about comforting and the shops immed- Iran out of sugar and flour and everyone was home baking and making their own bread and on a friend of yeah. Oh. Absolutely. Yup. Hands Up. I. Got a very good low sugar banana bread recipe. But, yes, I think it was what about you know giving cakes and chocolates to the work because it sat tra I think we've kind of realized especially with the focus. Now, being on the fact that we need to keep our immune system strong need support Atta and we know that a t and being over your healthy.

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"liz i" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"liz i" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"I think of course like Ali saying. It's such a powerful message, especially during this trying time and like you know. How do we connect with other people and show that we are like curious and interested in how they're doing in a way. That feels appropriate and effective virtually in a way that like. For both sides I think it's really hard to kind of encapsulate that. Yeah, it's really hard in that comic, particularly trying to just think of the best way to express house feeling and really I mean that really is how I've been feeling like I just WanNa like my heart is heavy is GonNa lay on the ground, but I also WANNA. Keep informing myself and taking information in which is why there's a book, and so the snake. Like the people in my life, who are sort of helping, meet stay lifted. The book represents like the the effort to keep informing myself, and so that's what I was trying to say. But, now without without knocking you over the head with it, yeah so. That's the goal. And that's actually something that we really love about the simpsons and Julia and I talk about this a lot in the original version of our podcast where we talk about each episode in particular, and why it means something to our guest, we really love that the simpsons is able to have really poignant messages without ever being preachy, and so they're able to teach about something and make a great point, but they're never hitting you over the head with it or making you feel like an idiot if you don't get it right away absolutely. The image just popped into my head. This is always one of my favorite episodes were I'm trying to remember what actually happens that I just think of the end were homers. It has has and it's the is above his desk Don't forget you're here forever. And then yet. Another pictures in it says do it for her. I mean if that were done the wrong way, it would be so savvy and so silly Indus Modlin Kinda, but it's so every time. I see even if the image I start crying, because it's so I know heartfelt, and you're not alone. Like, that is like on a mount, Rushmore of like top four Simpson's cry. Instant Crime, oh absolutely yeah I love it. I think it's an Maggie makes three eight episodes. It's. It doesn't surprise me that that episode really has informed you even if it was just subconsciously just because like totally the same vibe. Are there any other Simpson's stories? You have for us either about just. From a place of Fandom, or from a place of working there anything that you'd like to share. Sure I mean. I, like bits and pieces are of running through my mind, the first thing I'll say is I remember being really nervous. My first day of work because I was such a super fan of course, like I, had like a homer sticker on my car and I get I was young I was twenty three I was like. Oh, no, I'm going to look like such a door. And then I walked in, and I realized Oh. They're all door. Everyone here loves the. Had Friends in the nicest possible was a huge fan I mean everybody there. For the most part came from like a similar sort of background as far as like they were all excited to be there to this was season. I think it was season. Fourteen was a while ago, but there is there's that I remember one time when I was working on the movie because when I was I, think I'd been there probably like four four or five years when the movie came out I happen. I just by chance got sent over to the. The Fox lot to work at gracie films. There is like a collection, a small collection of artists who were sort of working directly with Richard Sky and like he would kind of come around the the the the trailer and It was sort of like. Oh, here, here's a new joke. We're going to have someone board this and then I was helping clean it up, and that's actually how I met my husband call heck because he was there to oh. Yes. We love calling. Screen. But I actually I again I was I hadn't been the simpsons that long, and I knew that the movie was starting, but I wasn't a part of it. I was still working on the TV show and I had gotten up to walk to the bathroom in the studio, and at the time Richard Ramos and I think David Silverman who supervising director and then. Then as producer, we're talking to each other. And I literally heard one of them. Say What about her and the I can't remember. Who said what it was like Hey Liz? Do you know how to use photoshop like not really in there like we'll. Do you know how to use a cente- can house like not really the tablet the tablet that we worked on. And then they said, do you? Are you willing to learn like absolutely art? You're going to Fox today and so. From that point yet from that point on for like a year and a half, I then went to Fox everyday for and I should point out I should have pointed this out ahead of time, but we were still working on paper at the time, so that transition that big transition from working on paper and working into a computer. Happened during the movie, and so I learned actually I learned all that stuff on the job at the movie or during the movie. I love that you basically failed that pop quiz. Honest but I worked hard. Good that you were honest, though yeah, and it was and so actually the the story I wanted to tell was. The during the movie trailer was like understood like you couldn't let anyone in like. It was very top secret, and so of a friend were visit the studio or I'm sorry the lot you could show them around the lot, but you could not let anyone into the trailer where the work was being done, so we had gone into lunch break, and the first one back into the and I noticed a woman standing in the office area. That I shared looking at my mind, and it was a drain of March and I panicked because like..

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"liz i" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

02:42 min | 11 months ago

"liz i" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Three global warming and the part that I have played in creating for getting Stevens Johnson Syndrome again. Really horrible allergic reaction. Makes your skin blister off. Don't Google My doctors think it was caused by certain medication. But a part of me will always wonder what if that wasn't the real cause. Or what if a lot of stuff will cause the action and I won't know until two weeks five that I am susceptible to colds? Recruitment six that one day. If I'm really tired or not paying attention I'll act out one of my intrusive thoughts seven thinking she. My mother's face in a crowd h having to speak openly about my feelings on pretty much anything nice watched. I never been stunned by one and I am very afraid that I will find out the hard way that I am. Deathly allergic accidentally given myself kidney failure. LIZ is a listener. Who called in to us from the suburbs of Chicago for? She makes her living driving. Bookmobile the ten things team includes Amy Pearl. Daniel G Matt Odell Reuben. Sarah Samba. Emily Boutin and Paula Shuman music and sound design by Isaac Jones. You know what scares me when I hear myself say something? I'm like. That's how I'm exactly like my dad. What are you scared of? Tell us at ten things. Podcasts DOT Org..

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"liz i" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"liz i" Discussed on The Frame

"KPCC PODCASTS are supported by twentieth century. Fox presenting forward versus Ferrari directed by James Mangold starring Christian. Bale and Matt Damon now nominated mandated for a Golden Globe for best actor Christian Bale and five critic's choice nominations including best picture of the year. KPCC supporters include Fox searchlight presenting. Joe Rabbit nominated for the Sag Award for Best Ensemble. Seven critics choice awards including best picture. The Golden Globe for Best Picture and one of AF is ten best pictures of of the year for consideration in all categories from them on broadcast center. KPCC this is the frame. I'm John Horn born and thanks for joining us during our winner membership drive today my guest for the entire show is singer and songwriter. Liz Fair Hi John. How are you elgood Indie rocker? who was at a New York studio when we spoke burst on the scene in nineteen ninety-three with her debut record exile in Gainesville? She followed that with a number of albums and then sort of retreated for a while to raise her son now fifty two years old. Liz Fair has a memoir. It's it's called horror stories and in the prologue. She describes a phone call with their manager. Following the death of Prince in two thousand sixteen. It was a very funny phone in conversation. A unique conversation where he kind of challenge to me in a way. I wasn't expecting I didn't think of myself as old but he was like Liz. You know none of us know how long we've got you know you don't know. Are you GonNa be here tomorrow. You don't know is what you're making right now. What you'd WANNA leave behind if it was the last thing you ever did and it just shook me up because I suddenly thought like no I have more to say? I have more to say that I would like to say and sort of when I started writing and your book is out now. This may seem almost like an existential question but as the songwriter and Liz in the author the same person we are we are says the royal we we are are the same person I would say. Liz Fair is a narrower if you picture a pie chart right picture in eighteen percent wedge of that a pie chart and then extend that wedge outward is if it's a focused beam of energy that is so strong just like shoots out of the Pie chart that would be he lives fair and then the person who wrote the book is sort of all of me the whole pie chart everybody because very early in the book q wrote and I'm quoting yourself back to yourself. You say I'm trusting you with my deepest self and I'm wondering if you think you can be more honest s ask a writer than you are as a musician in a way. Obviously you have more room to explain a situation. Listen get more granular with it and really sort of muse about the unanswered questions. I think that was maybe the most fun thing about the pros. Writing is that I can russell with the problem that I can't find a solution to and I can wrestle with it page after page and it's interesting but but it doesn't resolve and I think with a song you kind of have to resolve it and kind of say like do. Here's here's what here's what I'm setting up. Here's what's happening and here's switch your takeaway as it's just it's almost symbolically stated in the song I'm GonNa give you the intense points and nothing thing else and in prose you can really slow time down. Bring you into the experience. As if you're looking at a my is feeling everything I'm feeling and and I can really take you on a journey. I'm going to play a bit of a song from your first record. Exiling Guy Hill. This song is called.

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"liz i" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"liz i" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Most men is and this is John Barley corn by Jack London that's died I love them we need that lubricant and and it's so needed in the only allowing you to connect with other men yes I loved lived to be with my five best Stepdad's we'd start crying we cry almost every night together and it's like we certainly ride at night was like well we got a lot of Shit to get out and we kinda need this thing to help to this horizontal like shoulder to shoulder friendship where men do an activity together they you know not a special term bromance for two men going to dinner together right that we have they get connection through the ones who are straight through their relationships with women place that there were hurt by and that there may be at one point worth honorable right when they were kids and then you get to junior high and all that info gets weaponized it's like you know shit about kids junior high and only by boys and it was my best friend basically like turned against schools and when I look back at that time I obviously see how it was so gendered right they were choose one guy that was like out right that like they were going to reject basically and was oh hit his balls and he didn't even hurt him so we don't think he has balls ridiculous things often talk about the hierarchy within Penn Patriarch he's like a pyramid scheme right there's like guys at the top does it unsafe for them not to play along and some of them are waiting for the trick you know it's like trickle down economics comfortable they are in these environment to me too because I got into trouble rightly she was saying you know you have to imagine being a woman and just living in fear of men dude I'm thinking of fighting now is it equal no but what I'm saying and again I she was right and I was wrong in that comparison I agree again with both of you when we talk about gender violence for example that is code four and something that I've thought about everyday life the other thing though that we don't acknowledge is that yes the two men committing suicide against themselves or against other men it is extremely common I'm saying I'm saying the opposite right that just because you have empathy for someone it doesn't mean that you can't hold them accountable they were handed this patriarchal system that made them fear what makes them vulnerable instead of because they're not likely.

"liz i" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"liz i" Discussed on A New Direction

"Decisions that we have to make given day right and then we're making we're making them some is that that I think Dr Bywater Liz I'm calling I'm going back and forth okay people but we're going to but but we're talking about the paradox Dr Sponsors and and of course the one that we always have to say thank you to is in line business brokers and advisors Listen they partner with business owners when it's and so when it's time to sell your this way no contact the professionals at inland business brokers and advisors you can learn more by going online to inline dot com that's E. N. L. I. G. N. DOT COM or if you.

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"liz i" Discussed on The Accidental Creative

The Accidental Creative

13:34 min | 1 year ago

"liz i" Discussed on The Accidental Creative

"Dan and Liz is the author of a new book called beginners. Pluck build your life of purpose and impact now. She's also the founder of Saco designs is going to be NIA. Fun Conversation Lives. Welcome to the podcast thank you. I'm so excited to be here so I'm excited on multiple fronts first of all we got to meet in person we both spoke focused global leadership summit about a month ago as we're recording this and I just gotTa tell you Liz I was blown away by your talk absolutely absolutely blown away first of all just by your vulnerability and sharing your story and you know sometimes when people get on big stages like that they feel like they have to position themselves doesn't make themselves look like really cool and like you right out of the gate. You're like I'm just going to blow all that out of the water and just tell you the worst moments of my life which is so oh great in encouraging so I'm thrilled to dive into this book but before we jump into the book could you tell us a little bit about you about Saco designs signs and kind of your background yeah so as mentioned my name is Liz work in Bohannon and I am the CO founder and CEO of a socially really conscious fashion brand called Saco design so I moved to Uganda almost a decade ago as a recent college without a plan Dan a job but I did have this journalism degree and this desire one to build relationships and community. I I all through college had said I was really passionate about issues that was facing women and girls living in extreme poverty and conflict in post conflict zones but had this kind of come to Jesus moment where I realized even though I was intellectually really interested in that. I actually didn't have a single friend. That was a girl that grew up in that context and that made me super uncomfortable. I was like okay. If you're going to keep you know being quote unquote passionate about this thing your life needs to reflect it a little bit more unique a community and you need relationships relationships and you need friendships that are reflective of that and so. I moved to Uganda quit my first corporate job as you can imagine my parents were super excited about that and move to Uganda without got a job but I had this journalism degree that I had just earned android just traveled the country asking questions and following leads and building relationships and long story a long I that an incredible group of young women who were in between high school and university had just graduated from a pretty academically rigorous selective high school program but they couldn't afford to continue onto college in Uganda. There's a nine month gap between high school and college and so all of a sudden this kind of big. Meta issue of women girls living in extreme poverty became really focused like twenty five women who could go to college and become leaders in in their community but we need to figure out a way to bridge this gap and so I started a charity and then for a variety of reasons shut it down and became really convinced that we needed to you create sustainable dignified marketplace solutions for some of the world's most interesting problems in the night started a chicken farm and that failed old and then I designed a pair of strappy funky sandals and kind of figure out how we could make them and cobbled together a very rudimentary supply chain and in manufacturing system and basically promised three young women in Uganda if they made these handles for the next nine months that they would go to college the next fall and came back home to the US and it started selling sandals. Even though I had zero interest in business or fashion and ten years later that's still what we're doing. We've got a staff of about over sixty full time employees and Uganda we've create opportunity for over one hundred thirty six young women to continue onto university through our work study program in Uganda and now we have scholarship ship partners in Ethiopia and we work with fairtrade artisans all across the globe and then the products are all sold actually here in the US through a network of primarily female social entrepreneurs lures who are selling the product sharing the SACO story and earning an income for themselves and building their own social businesses and that is what we're up to okay all right on episode two of my no. I'm kidding. That was amazing. Though is incredible incredible so I WANNA I WANNA go back to those early moments of your your journey. I mean basically your story is a story of I tried this. It didn't work so I tried this but there was something driving that in the beginning and the title I love this book is beginners pluck first of all. I love that title Word Pluck. We don't use the word enough. I'm like a secret mission with this his book to do a lot of things but one of them the secret part is like I just WanNa Bring Clark back into modern lexicon if you look at it but if you look at Google so you can see like trends over time and it'd be funny if pluck all of a sudden spiked in twenty nine thousand something God i looked it up before the book got out into the Universe and took a screen shot of like here's where PLC is today just with the wild hope and dream that like a year or two from now I can visibly on Google see a spike in workbook. That's awesome all right so let's talk about because we hear about beginner's luck rate and you talk about pluck. Let's talk about that. We're what does the word pluck mean. Dow Well. We all know the verb black right so pluck your eyebrows plucked chicken pluck a Guitar Guitar but the Noun Pluck means spirited and determined courage I love but it also sounds like what it means right when you say that someone's like plucky lucky. There's like a vibrancy a boldness to the word that I just love but the play on the play on words is actually there's multiple things that go into it one is that my journey of coaching and teaching primarily other women but entrepreneurs to to grow and scale their businesses says something that I noticed specifically that women do and I will say that the book is not written just for four women and actually really passionate about that and really believe that more men need reading books. I really enjoyed it by the way just as I mean. It felt so relevant to me. It did not feel like you're writing just to women so a lot of men in assigning line at that we're like. I'm buying this book for my wife or my daughter into every one of them. I looked them in the is one of my great. I hope she loves it. You should read it before you give it to her. It just because it's written by a woman doesn't mean it's four women exclusively but that being said I noticed in a lot of coaching entrepreneurs specifically women did do this thing we would invite women who were crazy successful in their business just killing the game with sales with building their teams and invite them to a call or speak on stage in a lot of times they would start out with this thing where they would say you know. I think I really just got lucky and women tend to do that. They tend to attribute their success to external factors. Were actually men are more likely to attribute their success to internal like I got it because I'm awesome and so from the beginning of our business. We have this rule when anybody nobody teaches. It's like you cannot use the word luck I don't want. It's not attributed to let because I'm I'm seeing what you're doing and that my friend is pluck like you're putting yourself out there. You're iterating failing. You're getting back up there. You're setting huge goals and then you're figuring out how to make them into these digestible. Achievable Chunks like that is pluck so a saying at our company has become who who needs luck when you've got pluck and really valuing this idea of pluck over overlook the next thing is that the concept of beginners pluck is because the whole concept of the book is really reframing how we think about being being a beginner how we think about the stages of learning. I know in my own career I have just wasted so much time and energy bemoaning that I'm a beginner. I don't have the right connections. I don't have the right degree. I don't have the right experience of how am I going to be successful and I. I had this moment several years ago where my entire world rolled kind of upside down and I realized Oh my gosh the reason that you've actually had the success that you had wasn't despite the fact that you were a beginner dinner in all of these areas. It was actually because you were and really saying like Oh my gosh this is like it felt like this magic like discovery and and then wanting to get really intentional honestly I for myself going through and saying what were the things that I did in the early days as a beginner just naturally because that's what beginners naturally do that now that I'm ten years into running this company you know that now has investors and we've got employees on four continents and all of these things that ice is. I've stopped doing that. I think are actually harming me and my ability to lead and be creative and take risks and so the book is really about going through and I've have developed fourteen of those principles that these are the things that I think beginners naturally do better than experts so if you're a beginner congratulations you you just have to know that like you've got this magic sauce and kind of own it and be intentional about it. If you're an expert or if you you're on the road to becoming an expert that's great to but here's how to intentionally channel that inner beginner and can get back to being a really curious question asking iterative creative leader that I really believe is going to help you become more effective in the long haul channel your inner beginner. It's agreed freeze to all all of these. All you speak in bumper stickers. I love that so i WanNa talk about just a couple of chapters that actually the first handful of them 'cause you said there are several but the first thing that really struck out to me is the chapter called own your average and what does that mean. It's not listened. That's not advice right that we hear FBI. We tell people here. You're so special you so unique. There's you know there's never been anyone like you. You're and you're saying no your your average. You are right and it's not exactly what people wanna hear but it's so experience to me yeah. This was by far probably my favorite and absolutely the most intellectually challenging chapter two right because here I am trying to write this book inspires and creates freedom and gets people to create but in order to do. I felt like I could not authentically do that. Without laying some groundwork work and the groundwork is the exact opposite of what everyone else is saying that like to your point. You're so special and the reason it felt felt so important for me to deal with this right off. The Bat and to kind of say like first principle is going to be hard to swallow. You're probably average is because I have seen seen firsthand in myself and then with thousands of people that I've been coaching to run their own businesses. How this narrative of like yours so so special. You're smarter than you think you are in your you know stronger you know is actually affecting people and here's what I've I've seen todd. It either affects people in one of two ways one. They believe the narrative. They're like Homo. Okay I'm special. I'm a little bit above average and I'm and I'm smart and I'm kind of inherently good at everything that I try and I've got this like inherent talent and when people believe that I don't believe it actually empowers them. It actually creates it's a sense of fear in anxiety and people to leave their above average and believe that they're special that we have been told man. You're so good at everything that you try the actually start to act out of fear and anxiety because they're like okay. I'm seen as special. I'm seeing is above average seen as talented and smart. I don't WanNa do anything anything that is going to cause me to lose that identity or 'cause anybody to question this inherent identity that I have so they start only saying yes to stuff that they know they'll succeed seat at that they'll excel in they start playing it really safe and ultimately the demise of being a creative of an innovator of being a leader is that you start playing it safe and becoming a lot lot more concerned with protecting your ego and your image than you do about what you're creating out in the world so that's if you believe the narrative if we're doing our job and telling people are special. They believe that's what's happening on the other side. There are people that just frankly don't believe won't ever believe it. They're like I don't that doesn't resonate with me. I'm not I don't think I'm super smart have hidden talent above average or super gifted and what it does is it makes those people go and it seems like being special is really really important. It seems like like I need to believe that I'm special before I can go out and do something really really special. I'm never really going to believe that in so I guess I'm just GONNA I'm. I'm left behind. I'm UN UN special below average person who's GonNa live in special below average life. in in special must be this requisite that being extraordinary must be a requisite to living an extraordinary life and so at the plate that you're spewing this narrative and people believing ed or kind of screwed and people that don't believe it or kind of screwed. We gotta go like well..

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"liz i" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"liz i" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Hi guys will back what happens judge on the radio this is Diedre radio countdown Liz I was hanging out with the two part question yeah the biggest crowd you've ever performed for and the flip of that have you ever been booed I'm sorry I ever performed in front of it's hard to say how many people are at the gym on a patrol must've been pretty big Costello was crazy yeah it was a mainstay to Coachella but I just worked out in saying how many people do you think you talked in front of a hundred thousand people that's a lot of people to work in front of I could do more I'm sure you can get online what about have you ever been booed have I ever been bull man I'll speak that into my life I've heard some funny stories does anybody bull maybe they will that magazine what we tell you a story I was told Calvin Harris was on tour with Riana and this is when his song with three ana was just it was huge at the time he was it was a Calvin and Riana he's in France and he he goes to a goes on stage and the crowd for whatever reason just boost him mercilessly of course it's a rite of passage for some ours I can you survive this kind of a thing he survives is crazy bowling from re on us French fans at the time even after he has a song with them of course able and now known but it's just crazy how people help you deal with some crazy stuff and wild plants and what not well I will say that I have dealt with crowds that weren't completely like there to see me and made me it made a very obvious that they weren't there to see me I've had people like you know when you play like the festivals when yours first are now and and you get placed on like a bigger stage in front of a lot of people you get I'll I got open for B. O. B. as summer fest like of like years ago and honestly I was a little big for my britches are back there hours are saying I'm too big for my britches like my figure you think you're a little bigger than you are or whatever I was like well I was like really excited I was like wow we're you know direct support to B. O. B. and so it was all these people but they were all these like little drunk boys just being like and you can tell that they're not going to pay attention to you when they're like looking at each other like that's the true sign your I mean that is about to be one of those shows I looked and I saw that it was a cloud of like yours and ours I autism be terrible and I went up there but you know when I get in front of people like that just are custom out my because was yelling at me so I yelled back I never was like with.

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"liz i" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

29:22 min | 1 year ago

"liz i" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

"Congratulations. I told you guys manscaping was a big one. Another one is if you become a patron of r._t. Media which is the company that produces all the shows ross tucker football podcast even money fantasy feast college draft become a patron and say hey what i want more than anything to get into the fancy feast redraft league. Let me know but today's winner kyle glazer. Not only bri did he. He take advantage of the man scapegoat. This guy went to a troubling troubling level in which he said that unless this totally creeps me out and does he will man scape r._t. R._t. into his yeah that's what it will do so i kinda weird but but i wanted people that were willing to go the extra mile so i will give him credit for that and he will be the winner this week. Maybe a._b._c.'s loser momentarily when he actually does that but he's the winner. Do me a favor kyle. Don't send me a picture. I don't need a picture picture of that. No thank you what i do want before we talked to liz. I want you guys to know that i agree a huge fan of penn state huge fan of the eagles growing up. I know what what it's like to be a die hard fan. I know what it's like to want to yell at the tv and not talk to anyone for the rest today but good news. There's a show from one dri called sports wars that tells the stories of some of the greatest sports rivalries he's of all time brett farve versus aaron rodgers raphael and the doll versus roger federer shack jack versus kobe. The new season is all about college football rivalries oklahoma versus texas georgia florida. Even if you didn't go to either one of these schools you're gonna love hearing how intense these rival resort. You're not gonna wanna miss. These stories stay tuned at the end of today's episode so fancy feast podcast to hear a clip from sports wars. You're going to really enjoy the end of the day's episode you are going to. Here's a clip from sports wars right now. Let's get to liz so this is really cool because i've been i wouldn't say it's fair to say. I've been trying thing to get a liaison for years but i've been having liz on my list at least to get on for years knowing. I wanted to get her on the show. You can absolutely and you should check her out on twitter. It's spelled allies e. l. a. underscore f f she does a fantastic. I mean fantastic job for yahu. She has a story that just came out that we're gonna dive into. It's all upside fantasy football team which i love because liz. Let's be honest. That's how you win like you guys with upside to cash in for you. If you're in a competitive league that's the difference hitting those upside i players but also keeping balance and while while constructing a roster in mind could you can't you can't draft the sean jackson in every around right or you're gonna get banged so you have to kind of think about who are floor players that will mesh well with your ceiling targets but ceiling targets are so much more fun because i think i mean i know ross. You're like a dad and a husband so in life. Maybe we have to be responsible but in fantasy the ball a little bit of fun and go all upside right and i just have to say you went to princeton right dude yeah yeah yeah so i went to brown. Oh does it. I hope it. Does it bother you that you couldn't get in to like a really good. Ivy schools the only only if it bothers you because you spent all that time eating clubs in princeton while we were actually so wait a minute liz auger no first of all. Did you play a sport or something and i was actually a competitive figure skater all through like elementary school junior high in high school well <hes> i didn't go to university of delaware. Which is the school. That has the best like figure skating program. I also played volleyball but i'm five two as most most people now have tiny person and so i wasn't a particularly good center so college. Volleyball wasn't really set up for me. No pun intended or so i do that was awesome so i i my point of asking that was did you get into brown based solely on your academic merit. I would say yes s. Recruited athlete i did not i did not apply as an athlete now holy cow so just let the record show that that means liz is definitely a thousand percent smarter than i am because there is no chance that i would have gotten into the prince and are any of the ivy leagues without football so that tells you that liz is very very bright among her other wonderful qualities. That's awesome liz. Gimme gimme the background give your listener is the backer and that's the most important thing we'll get into the fantasy stuff but i always liked to personalise my guest. I are so i so i know you went to brown but go before that. Where'd you grow up. How'd you get into fantasy football and how'd you get the gig allen. I'll make it quick. I a group in chicago. My mom was a single mom. <hes> since the time i was thirteen months. I'm the only kid so is the her and i but she was out trying to make a living so my grandfather who who was the embodiment of the carl sandburg poem if anyone knows carl sandberg <unk> bit of a reference but clearly i'd like to read as as we've already discuss because the browns step but like world war two vet grizzled guy that worked on the railroads he was kind of my primary caregiver because my mom was busy so he was the guy hi who was you know taking me to to girl scouts into figure skating and to any of the camps and stuff that i was in and so i ended up learning all the stuff that if were speaking in gender normative terms like boy would learn and <hes> supports became a huge giant chicago sports fan and he unfortunately fortunately when i went away really wanted me to go to north western so that i would stay close. He was really really like to stay close baby state and i was like no i wanna go out east. I want to discover cover. What all of this is about. I can't say not brown so i went out and he unfortunately passed away the first semester of freshman year and i came home minutes away to grieve. I just started watching. I turned on the t._v. In the bears were playing the vikings and the bears lost because that's kind of how they do injured originally and and <hes> i then as a way degrees started watching every single football game not just the bears games and that became a tradition for me best word a couple of years. I'm dating this this guy. He's in this thing called the fantasy football league. He says to me sheepishly. One sunday morning and i was broke like i was straight out of college had no money was waiting tables trying to figure out my life and he had something called the red zone channel and he said do you mind if we watched this all day on sunday and like kind of hang out on the sofa uh and i was like are you kidding me. Are we ordering wings or chinese. Like what are we doing here. That's awesome. Let's totally watch football all day so i ended up like kind of secretly managing co managing his fantasy football team to a victory to a super bowl victory next year i wanted my own team didn't wanna share don't like to share so i okay <hes>. There happened to be a spot in the league. I took it. I won the super bowl that year. When the super bowl the next year then one day i was watching fantasy football live on which i am now a cast member which blows my mind and thought why why are there no women in the space. I could do this i should do. I enjoy this so. I started a blog called. The fantasy football girl dot com created a real life contact content schedule be logs put myself made it a job like made it a third job and then also started a podcast started a twitter feed and just hit like just was grinding on it and really trying to learn from others and engage with others and i did that for about four years before scout notice to me signed me to <hes> a season-long deal and then yahu paid attention in poached me away from scout out and niamh now entering my fifth season with yahoo fantasy liz. That's amazing first of all. Both your mom and your grandpa sound awesome absolutely awesome. I'm just picturing your grandpa taking you you know to girl scouts and all all that stuff and god bless him man that is that's a that's a man's man right there so that that is awesome that that really really touched me and then as for everything else that is really interesting and cool. I guess my question was when you went to brown and then you graduated. What did you think you were going to do. What did you major in you guys. Don't even have major no majors no grades yeah. We have concentrations ross kirk. I am so i will admit my first semester not just because of my grandfather's passing but just in general like i was a basic tom girl from the midwest to showed up wearing birkenstocks like i knew nothing about rich kids about east coast. Life brown was very difficult for me to culturally adjust to but i really wanted to study a whole bunch of stuff so the front my freshman year i just kind of took everything from art history to the history of the vietnam war to theater classes and dabbled and then i ended up deciding to major in theater and linguistics six my mom was not going to allow me to go to college just meter theater so she was like baby you pick something else and i speak spanish so i majored in linguistics and when i graduated i came out to l. a. wanting to have a career in entertainment and was waiting tables and trying to be an actress at the same time booked a couple of shows and was working eventually actually as an actress but it just wasn't you know i had my health insurance. I if you go on i._m._d._b. I booked plenty of things but it just wasn't fulfilling and i wanted to own something creatively blamed myself and that became the fantasy football blog. You are awesome heard about you from other people but you are. You're like legitimately awesome. This is so cool i'm loving. You're a go getter on so many different levels absolutely awesome. I'm fired up even even more than i already was. This is fantastic. What did you graduate from brown by the way and i graduated in a we'll talk about it off line but you graduated ahead of got it got it. We're keeping your age a secret. I guess getting mid thirties okay. I'm well. I i just turned forty so yes. I am ahead of you so we did probably did not overlap so that everything about that is awesome. I want to dive into into your all upside team because i think it's a great article two right before we dive into that though speaking of yahoo you leaders. Did you know that they have officially released their week. One daily fantasy football contests that's right. They have a one million dollar contest for week one. You're probably we not eligible for this list salary but no management fee a hundred k. two first place meaning more money goes back to you the players if you love liz you will love yahoo dot com slash daily fantasy. If you're just getting started with daily fantasy football joined the free to enter yahoo cup up and play all season long one hundred fifty k. in weekly and seasonal prizes and if you get a perfect lineup you win a million dollars by the way the perfect commercial perfect read yahoo dot com slash daily tennessee to tell you while we're about to have liz talk about her all upside website team because that tell you winning d._f._s. With upside people that pay off so let's get into it liz your quarterback jameis winston and i think that one most people can kind of understand right you know bruce arians no risk it no biscuit like that that one makes accents to me. I think you're running. Backs are interesting leonard for net as well as dion lewis. I will definitely was not expecting dion lewis as is an offside with all the derrick henry talk so let's dive in your running backs for net and lewis and and i know i read your story but sell the listeners and they should read you just story by the way as well just check out liz. I told you on twitter twitter handle. She posted up there. You can find it but i want to get a little bit from you liz as to why for orna lewis as your high upside dudes so part of the conceit of this article right is that the upside is relative to a player's a._d._p. Inability ability to return on investment right so when you're looking at leonard fournette and you're looking at and i get it. I get the burnt complaints. I owned him last year to write like you've got character concern concern. You've got your ability concerns. He's attached to a bluff offense in theory. Although i i am optimistic about flip coming in and maybe energizing a lot of what happened what could happen happen this year but for nets range of possible outcomes is an rb one. It has been every year since his rookie year. Which is why he's continually disappointed in. Why everyone everyone is so upset so when i look at his situation what competition does yeah we really are. We worried about a livelihood. I don't think so right like there's no t._j. Yeldan elden. There's no carlos hyde. Those guys were allowed to walk in free agency. Now they've added alfred blue. L. for blue is averaged under four point -o yards for carrying four of his last five seasons and then they used a fifth round pick on this while armstead guy who's already had a couple of dings to in terms of his durability so we know he's going to be a workhorse of course good luck finding one of those in the n._f._l. Something someone who's not working in a platoon you've got him. There and i also think when you look at this defense that jag that the jaguars have he last year they disappointed yeah. We knew they were gonna request. Regress probably not as much as they did twenty eighteen but i think they're gonna bounce back. They've made some improvement and and so this figures to be pretty conservative offense that wants to establish the run shout out to evans silva right whether or not you want whether or not that's exciting in the modern day the n._f._l. This team seems very much built around making leonard fournette work and i think when you look at those range of possible outcomes and we know he is one of the most powerful one healthy running backs available in the league when at his current a._d._p. Shoot don't tell me this guy can't produce rb two numbers. I'm in mm-hmm yeah i would say. Is this his third year fourth year at any rate. I'm trying to look it up but at any rate i think he he realizes that if he ever want to get a second contract that one way or the other the time is now so i'm kind of with you on for net for all all the reasons just mentioned i called their game on thursday night against the eagles and it's only four nets third year but he he's eligible for a contract extension after this year if he has a big one so i like the logic there for sure especially on the backups and or lack thereof and i and i love his motivation as well. What about <hes> dion lewis. That's not a name. I've heard a lot that one kind of surprised me now so so the dion lewis logic is obviously i mean i'd be lying if i said it wasn't tied to derrick henry availability this season yes derrick henry came on on week fourteen just in time to win a bunch of people fantasy championships but his usage was suspect will dion lewis lewis was used much more frequently early on in the season and and i think people have forgotten about his ability to both run inside inbetween tackles and also catch passes right. We're only thinking of him as a pass catching back but i think in p._r. Friendly formats that also buoy him because when marcus mariota he may not even end up the starter right reading some reports what's on wrote a world that seemed murky about whether he tannahill are like duffer sure start sure it's probably marcus mariota but could there be a changing of the guard. Would anyone be surprised by that. No part of that is because marcus mariota can stay healthy. His mechanics are met also ryan. Tannehill likes to check down that is good for dion lewis and when you look at the online online retailer luan urine special is right <hes> with taylor the one out for the first month. I'm guessing that arthur smith is going to tell his fragile q._b. To check down a whole bunch is get that ball out that also is a place where dion lewis can excel so again part of this is due to his eighty p._m. He's going in the thirteenth round. What else are you doing in the thirteenth route especially noting a._j. Brown we. We're not sure he's a rookie. We're also not sure about his availability. Delaney walker is still is one hundred percent percent right now. You've got adam humphreys which admittedly competes in terms of yardage with <hes> expected yardage with dion lewis but i think at the running think back position in the thirteenth round you wanna throw a dart lewis could definitely produce rb three minimal numbers thought it was was funny by the way liz it's because he's suspended for the first four games. The titans played he didn't start the game but then he played like the whole first half taylor lewan in the preseason opener against the eagles which i thought was a little bit weird because all these teams are has indicated there guys hurt but like like you'll have your best off into lyman play because he's suspended for the first four weeks like what if you tears and achilles earn s._e._a._l. This thought i get it but i thought that was is interesting but absolutely their offense of lying is in is it nearly as good with him out and then by the way what if they suffer an injury at tackle one one of the first four games then that's when things really get bad when you get multiple injuries or in this case it suspension at the same position most teams. The next dude in is usually pretty good. That's kind of who i was usually like not the guy you want starting but he's not gonna lose the game for the guy after that. That guy can lose the game for you and that guy can be a major major problem so i like. I like your logic there. Let's get to your receivers this dante moncrieff who i can absolutely understand and marquez valdez gambling which is interesting. Is there enough there for marquez. Vow skittling to eat opposite devante items liz that is an excellent point and that is the biggest question because it's very it could be very much that the packers three main players are aaron rodgers aaron jones if he stays healthy and davante adams so what's left i. I'm not sure but i do know that n._b._s. Is probably the most athletic of these receivers. He's going to have some big some big game. If you're playing basketball go ahead and roll out what boggles my mind and why i wanted to include them in this article all is the g._m._o. Is being drafted ahead of him that to me is such simplistic plug and play rational jimoh. Who is the only reason he's going to be. The the big slack is because he's not explosive. He can't make separation and up on the outside to take the number two spot m._v._s. find you a man who can do both right right like he can definitely work outside and in he did that last year. He and rogers have been working on their timing. When aaron rodgers starts talking up a player and we're looking in a post taylor done article life lifespan here i am paying attention and so i m b s has huge breakout potential and again. He's so damn cheap like why are you not reach your you. Don't even have to read from you will fall in your lap and the upside is there. He earned his quarterback troy. She's been prioritized by the coaching staff and also just for stats. If people like these he caught twenty three of twenty eight catchable targets be at the slot and also brought down fourteen of seventeen balls when working on the outside so his versatility is great drama. Allison has not been particularly durable or dependable so i think you could see an expanded role especially with randall cobb no longer part of that offense and those targets being fed at least partially to n._b._s. Find somebody that calls the packers wide receivers m._v._s._a. and g._m. That's my that's my advice for everybody out there about dante moncrieff with the steelers. I mean i have been on this. Take since april so it's catching got part of the reason i included it was because i am doing a little bit of that fantasy football writer. This was my flag. I sort of thing so i just look at people are like liking james washington now right because of his first preseason action where he hooked up with rudolf his former quarterback and i think he had a nice is forty four plus yard bomb from josh dobbs and like the first opening moments of the of last week's preseason action but i just feel like moncrieff on krief is a red zone weapon and this team is going to need to score some damn touchdowns <unk> big. Ben is going to need <unk>. Okay we could talk about vance mcdonald. Donald every damn year advanced mcdonald's supposed year. I liked dante mockery. He is a big body. He caught seven touchdowns with andrew luck. Two years ago in luck was healthy. I like the he has a nice quarterback. Big bend like the big ben's been talking him up and he's probably not going to have a ton of targets every week right. This isn't the guy that your high high volume guy. This is your high value target guy because a lot of those are going to be in the end zone tight end time liz and this this guy <hes> there's a lot of height mark andrews tight end for the baltimore ravens a lot of hype for a guy by the way that was a fourth round pick the same aim years they had a first round pick tight in but man i read the baltimore writers and they're saying he was by far the best player in camp so far which was interesting. I remember him in the u._s. Army bill. I called that game for n._b._c. and he was excellent. People are all into mark andrews has it caught brought up to his a._d._p. Yet lewis and starting to i don't like it. It is starting to the buzz will because of what you said right. It's not just that beat writers. There's are are saying that he's the most explosive playmaker encamp they've been saying that throughout spring and summer practices that's the drumbeat that people talk about it is becoming deafening happening. The buzz is mounting. This is also a converted wide receiver right <hes> a high percentile spark athlete and he was used. I used in college to bail out his q._b. Numerous times so i like what he's doing last year. He flashed radiate a let's see two grabs over sixty yards last year which is incredible for a rookie and i look at this receiving corps and there's a lot of potential miles boykin who i like to call kenny golladay two point oh <hes> he has potential marquees brown could do something if he get on the field otherwise though if i'm looking at the players who could bail out a explosive admittedly but quarterback who struggles with accuracy. I think a big bodied athletic tight end is exactly kalihi what lamar jackson needs and that's why you're seeing all these reports about the growing chemistry so i have him projected for fifty three grabs six hundred seventy eight yards and five touchdowns when you look at those double digit rounds where he is still available especially at a position. It's volatile as china. I'm taking it. Her name is liz loza. You need need to check out her stories over at yahoo including the all upside fantasy football team if you want to read more she. She has a lot of stuff there on james winston. I think most people intuitively understand that one. You can check her out on twitter and instagram damn at liz loza underscore fantasy football f f f f atlas lows underscore f f where else are people reading you seeing you the t._v. Show make sure liz podcast. Whatever make sure everybody knows everything. You've got going for the season ellen ariza time so yes. I do a podcast twice. A week called the yahoo fantasy football podcast. You can subscribe to that. We have a great time. We have tons of guests on ross. Please come on. We'd love to have you on as well. <hes> i will be joining the cast of fantasy football live for the fifth year. Although the show is now i think in its fourteenth year and that begins ninety minutes before kick-off up every sunday beginning with week one and i'm also doing a new show this year. That's going to premiere the first monday night. What is that september number nine september tenth. It's all just third. I don't even what what is the first sunday. After september nineteen the first monday like ten minute show cover hover three with kimberly martin anguish el gringo will premiere. We're going to have lots of cool gas in fact. I'm rolling from this into a conference. Call a video chat with a guest that will be the incredible so check out cover three when it premieres on september ninth as well <hes> and yeah follow me on the socials in there's articles nicole stares podcasters t._v. shows. You can't miss me. She is a multimedia fantasy football star and her backstory is amazing amazing. You just heard it. I love it. I didn't know before even more of a fan now than i was before a lot of different reasons even though you weren't able to the go-to the number one school in the country still went to a good school. There's nothing to be ashamed of about that. I'm kidding. I'm kidding. If you listen to me on this podcast a lot and you listen to liz twenty minutes you already know she's way smarter than me. That's very very obvious liz. I'd be happy to come on your show. If you need a little line insight to help you differentiate between a few guys certainly let me know thanks so much. Keep killing it. I appreciate you coming on ain't into the night. That was awesome really really enjoyed that by the way there's even more fantasy content. You can get from my dude over at c._b._s. Sports sports h._q. The network streams twenty four seven. They got fantasy. Experts there to help you all to watch stuff like watch some fantasy e-content. They're all over it so whether you play d._f._s. Or season-long they'll give you the info you need to make the right choices for your lineups every every day. Though also bring you the latest news highlights previews and recaps from around the sports world no politics no no fake debates. Just sports for real sports fans the best news of all free. I don't mean free for a week or month. I mean like totally freedom the log in just open the c._b._s. sports app and watch anytime from anywhere on your phone or at home on your apple t._v. Roku or fire tv couldn't be easier download the c._b._s. Sports app and watch c._b._s. sports h._q. Today that'll do it for this. Show today a day tomorrow my ole line tears by the way we also have the even money podcast which we will be launching late tonight monday monday night. Edition don't do that very often. We'll be launching and posting even money podcast. You can check out today. We also jimmy train from sports ford illustrated talking about the media landscape for this year on the ross tucker football podcast but other than that for right now. I am stuffed. We're done tears tomorrow. Please.

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"liz i" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"liz i" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

"L. Let's see baby. It is the fantasy feast eating podcast and if you're looking for a place to make your online wagers head over to bed online dot a._g. Aged use the promo code podcast one to get the fifty percent sign up bonus. Today i am ross tucker. Evans silva's my co host. At least he's for another week or so today. We've got to podcast this week as we've been doing the show that so nice we do it twice. The second episode tomorrow will be my ol- line tears that you are really going to enjoy. It will be my offensive line tears that give you the extra added advantage edge. You need will also be giving away that n._f._l. Game pass code on tomorrow's fantasy feast podcast so make sure you find brian's tweet at our t. f. podcast or look up my mike quote tweet at ross tucker and fell and just re tweet it or quote tweet it and let us know why you should win the n._f._l. Game pass and you could be the person awesome we announce on tomorrow show today. We've got liz loza from yahoo fantasy. She is terrific run awesome story story recently that we're going to dive into momentarily with liz very thankful to get her on. I gotta let you know who the feast entry winner there. Is this week. There's lots of ways that you can enter that contest including taking advantage of any of the sponsors you here on the show. Maybe it's pro football focus who knows they offer the most in depth stats analysis to give you a massive edge over your competition. Don't wait another season guessing which which players to draft or fade use analytics to optimize every draft pick trade offer and d._f._s. Lineup yep sign up at dot com and use promo code f twenty five to save twenty five percent on your order. If you're in high i stake stuff they've got p._f. Elite which is cool join today and prepared to win go to dot com use promo code code f f twenty-five to save twenty five percent for a limited time the winter kyle glazer. Yes another man's scape dude congratulations..

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"liz i" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"liz i" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The you know i well in and i don't want to be unfair about it because maybe it's just that the boys that i'm coaching in baseball its competitive baseball and they're all there for that and so maybe that's just part of it well a to difference poor if he's very different sports in maybe were just a little more recreational here but and maybe it's that it's school in and sat outside squad i don't know but two things have happened one all the girls on my team from last year suddenly became teenagers and they're not they're not thirteen yet but they're who only on about seventeen 100 o one of those they're there the headed to chase his lamar murphy yes yes yes a lot of angry mean looks at the coach oh oh it's tough ran to go to school his take let's talk to the vote the codes a little bit school near as let us serve overhead coaches mean causes this counseling changed their coach end of that the cooks could have no problems with the administration besides i will support their decision one thousand brasilia ago leave you me i am the coach because last you know other pair would step up and couch all right yeah that we could we did never coach liz i didn't have like a hundred parents and they have school available to be coaching well that in our grade there's only one great pirkl lasts what are you thirty kids in the clash there were seven girls on the team last year so there were seven sets of parents are eligible to really don't need three 234 torching these are now though unit six okay okay in need six on the court i reserve we had nine on aside when i was learning volleyball him that's a lot of people on the board during volleyball we had a picture what's you play in like a basketball court will yeah and so we have met what we have group we had picked school sh can we had a lot of kids.

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"liz i" Discussed on I Hate My Boss

I Hate My Boss

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"liz i" Discussed on I Hate My Boss

"So liz i was thinking back on the second year that i was working and i worked for manager who had hold these group meetings and we'd get together in review where everybody's projects and work were these meetings terrified me at its worst it felt like public be having because when things went wrong he would get angry would start asking questions and it felt like he was just making a lot if you but i gotta tell you all i could dream of was that meeting being done so i could get out of there and i survive with my head to stay out of line of out of line of fire and it's interesting in retrospect that i was so terrified by that and this new woman joined the team and she'd only been on the team for a couple of months and he was reviewing her project she'd forgotten a couple of key pieces of information in the final report and worse yet the final report have been delivered to the client own now boss was really not happy my skin got clammy i sunk down in my chair which is not easy for me because i'm six let the three i was trying to get underneath the table i was thinking thank god his nominee thank god his nominee thank god it's not me and here's what she did was totally amazing to me she totally owned it he said oh my gosh i cannot believe this happen i'm so sorry so here's what i'm gonna do i'm gonna get that stuff i'm included i'm gonna stay late tonight i'm gonna fix the report and hand deliver it to the client which she did the next morning and i was so shocked because i knew i would try and like all you know the postmen descended or somebody delegate my mind the dog in my homework i didn't have the information and i'm embarrassed to say that but i was so worried about making a mistake personally and having people know about it at that point and that was the day i decided i'm never going to do that again.

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