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Mayor Lori Lightfoot Announces Chicago Violence Reduction Plan
"Look today at what Chicago Mayor Laurie Life would cause the city's first ever comprehensive violence reduction plan. Plan includes a three year old map for reducing violence and addressing its root causes across the city. The mayor would not take questions about the plan today. But the city's police department and the police superintendent did Here's Wcbm Sandy Day, one part of our city our safety, a comprehensive plan to reduce violence in Chicago that sticks out the police Superintendent David Brown. Is the department building strong relationships with residents We've had 56 for shot at or shot to hear the most on record. Someone knows who shot at our cops. If they trust us, they come forward with information. Another part of the plan. Brown throws his support behind his giving police officers more help. When responding to mental health related calls. We want to put forward a pilot program
The Latest: South Korea sees downward trend in new cases
"Coronavirus cases are on the rise in more than half the United States with some of the plain states reporting the largest spikes Kansas health officials are reporting a record high a week in corona virus cases with more than two thousand since Friday and a positivity rate at sixteen percent in Montana the seven day average for cases was two eighty five up from last week believed to be caused by schools and colleges reopening Kentucky's governor says there's a surge five thousand new cases last week and he wants people to wear a mask but in Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot is easing occupancy restrictions allowing forty percent capacity at some businesses including restaurant health and fitness center personal services and nonessential retail with cases on the rise in New York and California those governors warned there could be tighter restrictions hi Jackie Quinn
Chicago Rolls Back Certain Restrictions on Businesses
"Lori Lightfoot, the mayor and Dr R. Would he talked about Restrictions and loosening some restrictions when it comes to bars and salons, things like that. The mayor announced upgraded restrictions for restaurants as well. Indoor capacity limits will be raised from 25% to 40% for certain businesses starting this Thursday, October 1st Chicago, Willie's five of our face for for four guidelines. For businesses and let me outline those number. One indoor capacity will expand from current 25% to 40% for businesses, including restaurants, health and fitness centers, personal services and not essential retail. Mass and capacity for any space remains at 52nd breweries, taverns and bars may reopen with indoor seating at 25% capacity or 50 people, whichever is fewer. Third bars and restaurants serving alcohol will now be able to continue serving until 1 a.m.. And remain open until 1:30 a.m.. Fourth, the maximum group size of health and fitness classes and after school programming will increase from 10 to 15. And finally, personal services that required the removal face covering, such as facials and shaves will now be a law allowed. In order to continue the progress that the city's been making. The following additional guidelines will also go into effect on the 1st 1st. Unless actively eating or drinking. Diners at restaurants must wear face coverings while seated. Now look as a person who tries to dine out and support our local businesses. I know that this requirement is a pain in the butt. Let's just be blunt about it, but it is absolutely necessary to protect you. Protect other diners and importantly, protect the workers who are coming to
Families Grateful Charges Were Filed In Soldiers’ Home Coronavirus Deaths, West Of Boston
"The Holyoke soldiers home now facing charges in connection with the deaths of dozens of veterans there from covert 19 Attorney General Maura Healey. Criminal charges against superintendent than at Walsh. And former medical director David Clinton. Thes charges stem from their alleged role in the deadly coded 19 outbreak at the Holy Oak Soldiers home. We believe this is the first criminal case in the country. Brought against those involved in nursing homes during the Cobain 19 pandemic more from WNBC TV Cheryl Fiandaca, Thank God I was just so grateful that was Laurie Mandeville bowed its reaction to the criminal charges filed against the former Holyoke soldiers, home superintendent and its medical director. Lori's dad, Jim, one of 76 veterans who died after getting Cove in 19 at the state run facility. I personally believe they deserve the maximum sentence under law. Cheryl Blaze feels the same way. Her dad Robert, also died of Covitz at Holy Oak, the decisions that they made to put Bets together in a room that somewhere positive somewhere negative. It was criminal. It was awful. I'm thrilled. I'm really, really happy that they're being held accountable. Attorney Tom Lesser represents more than 20 families. In a civil rights lawsuit, heartened that Bennett walls and Dr David Clinton are indicted, but says others are also to blame for the tragic deaths. We have. I've defended. We have the secretary of Veterans of Bears Arena we have the director of nursing You have the assistant director of nursing We think those are the five people most responsible. The family say they know they have a long road ahead. But they now believe they're one step closer to justice. Coming up Bloomberg
Beta weakens to tropical depression, stalls over Texas coast
"Beta has weakened to a tropical depression but it has dropped a lot of rain along the Texas Gulf coast the storm has been relatively stationary has left more than ten inches of rain in parts of Houston seems more like him out of last year if there isn't some spot you should avoid those spot at a matter of voided those spots in Lori Jones almost ran into high water but I was really surprised to see trails I go down that I almost went down a few times were completely flooded so that was kind of scary in my when you turn around this store is moving on to states like Louisiana it's called beta because forecasters ran out of traditional storm names last week forcing the use of the Greek alphabet for only the second time since the nineteen fifties I made Donahue
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Dedicates New DePaul College Prep Campus
"Acre campus for two Paul College purpose dedicated yesterday in Roscoe Village, Mayor Lori Lightfoot took the occasion to think Chicago Cardinal bleeds soup itch for contacting her at the beginning of the Koven 18 pandemic and offering his hope it makes me pleased and proud. To be a part of the city to understand that the archdiocese has reached out its hands to us in the entire city tow help heal the wounds that had been exposed through this very difficult time. Late foot served on the board of directors of the Paul College Purple prior to becoming mayor.
'Notorious RBG:' Ginsburg transcended the court to become a pop culture icon
"Calling Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a relentless litigator and an incisive jurist who inspired generations from the tidy ist tricker treaters toe law students burning the midnight oil to the most powerful leaders in the country. Ginsberg died Friday from cancer complications at the TV at the age of 87 News nation reporting, The Ginsburg felt that equal rights for all is critical. I have three granddaughters like to be take able to take out my pocket constitution and say that the equal citizenship stature of many women He's a fundamental tenet of our society. Illinois politicians weighing in on the pass is passing of justice skins. Berg Mayor Lori Lightfoot said. Ginsberg represented the finest among lawyers in our country, Governor Pritzker said. America has lost a Nikon. And our legacy will endure and 11 district 11th District U. S. Congressman Bill Foster said Ginsburg was truly a pioneer in the legal world and an American hero. Ginsburg was the second woman to sit on the high court, joining Sandra Day O'Connor in 1993. She went on to become its longest serving woman in history. She was also the first female Jewish justice indefinitely. A Liberace two skins, Berg won the respect of many conservatives with her grasp of the law and her carefully crafted opinion. And as the court shifted to the right, her scathing Descents elevated her to a pop culture icon, inspiring legions of young I'm fans and feminists to emulate her famous outspokenness 25 24 3 and her fitness routines, earning her the hip hop inspired nickname Notorious RBG. That's a B C's
Chicago Mayor, Firefighters’ Union Sign New Contract
"Air Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Firefighters Union local to signed a new collective bargaining agreement that includes a 10% pay raise for firefighters over the next five years. However, firefighters and retirees will have to contribute more to their health care. The two sides will be back at the table in six months to begin working on the next contract. The mayor says. That's okay. We needed to get it done and get the members. I think the pay that they deserve and not have this thing linger on while we dealt with some some other and tougher issues. Mayor hopes to make headway on numerous other expired contracts, including a large one with a fraternal order of police.
Los Angeles - Lori Loughlin Will Serve 2-Month Prison Sentence At Victorville Federal Prison
"Laughlin will be heading to the high desert to serve her prison sentence will be incarcerated at the Federal Correctional Institution in Victorville for her role in the college admission scandal, according to court papers. Judge signed off on the actresses request to serve her two month term at the medium security federal prison camp. Walkmans husband clothing designer Massimo JIA, newly will serve his five month sentence had a low security federal prison for men in Santa Barbara County.
Lori Loughlin Will Serve 2-Month Prison Sentence At Victorville Federal Prison, Northwest of Los Angeles
"Will serve her two month prison sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution in Victor Ville for her role in the college admission scandal. According to court papers. Her husband, clothing designer Mossimo generally will serve his five month sentence at the low security, federal prison for men. That's it a lot long park in Santa Barbara County. The two paid $500,000 in half a million dollars in bribes to get their daughters admitted to USC. Ah judge has ordered both to serve under their respective to their respective prisons. On November 19th
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Announces Lead Service Line Replacement Program
"Mayor Lightfoot and other officials have outlined and ambitious and expensive plan to replace lead water pipes that service hundreds of thousands of Chicago homes. The city of Chicago until 1986 required homes that have lead water pipes. Very high levels of lead can cause brain damage and other health problems. Mayor Lightfoot says City drinking water is safe but lead pipes and some 380,000 homes need to go in time undoing. The extensive network of Legacy. Lead service lines is a steep and costly mountain that we will need to climb, but and we will not erase this legacy overnight. It is way past time for us is the city to address this issue. The total cost some $8.5 billion. The first phase will be free replacement for hundreds of low income families on a pilot program to help determine the cost and the procedures for the rest of the
The Hoop Bus is on a roll, using basketball as a way to bring communities together
"Country using basketball to bring people together and open a dialogue about race along the way. They help refurbish inner city courts and hold youth clinics. CBS's Leigh Cowen reports. Venice Beach basketball courts there haven for pickup ballers. Players come from everywhere to shoot the Venice until Covad shut it all down that since Sparks wife for one player who had suddenly lost his favorite outlet, This is thin line between being safe and sane. You know, our motto is the game never stops does the way we connect you with Nick and Sam goes by Nico Naysmith founded the Venice Basketball League, but he's also an artist who grew up outside Paris. His twin passions found a home at the end of a welding tour. Definitely wielded by fellow artist and friend Lori Powers. Together they created what they call survival hoops we built about 100 of them and we were together every day. Making hopes who will go right in here? They're all made from reclaimed items, chairs, shoes, even car bumpers. You just see a hope in just about everything I see hope in everything. You could put a few things on the ground there, and I could just immediately make a rope out of it. They've hung them in back alleys all over Vince. Played him, too. But this is their real hoop dream. An old school bus turned into a rolling corner. It was built to bring Venna streetball the streets outside vents. But when those streets filled up with people protest ng racism, police violence Nico thought his hoop us should hit the road to like 20 Twentys cancelled. I'm like, well, but I have this bus and it's it's funded by the people. It's powered by the people like Let's Let's use what we created together to make change. The group of US became a magnet protest. Even police were drawn to it in unity. Did you ever wonder what a guy who largely grew up in France How he ended up being in the middle of black lives? Matter? Protest? Yeah, No, I really don't think about it. This thing is like we're fighting for the same cause we find for justice. We all want I'm just like doing what? Which feels right, Theo. For the past month, the hoop bus has been on a cross country road trip, stopping along the way to preach the gospel of basketball and its ability to bring strangers together. It's a mobile art gallery from top to bottom. Pre. Hester is one of the artists making the track. That's him working on a painting on the roof. This is his artwork, too. It was just amazing to see how many people like from every ethnicity. Every race. It was this Phenomenal. He, too, was targeted by police who mistook him for someone else when he was painting a mural on a wall a few years ago that makes this pilgrimage Person. I was like George Floyd. Face down and me was to my back and there was a cups with guns drawn to me. Theo, Youngest among us are most inspired like 11 year old dash forward, he made his own BLM bucket. I feel like that. It shows that everybody can speak up. Even if your kid even if it's a small thing, it still helps a lot. Now the hoop US isn't gonna end racist. But Nico Naysmith hopes that it's a reminder that victory comes when everyone on the team Shooting for the same goal. You see the back of the bus as vote. This is a beautiful country. That has a lot of opportunity. But there's something you don't like. Like take action on. It only counts. In Venice Beach, California. Hey, CBS CBS News News Time Time is is 10 10 35. 35.
"lori" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Dick I feel like we've kind of been just living this case the last several days there's so much that we had to delve into. . So let's just start with an overview of the timeline going back to the beginning because it's very complicated and as much for me as for the listeners a little review and a little in-depth investigation into these things would be helpful both helpful the me. . We did last week's first part of this and I'm just at the time you do it do the recording. . It sounds reasonable. . Then as I think back about it, , I'm trying to say what happened when who did what? ? So. This'll . be very helpful. . It's a crazy thing and of course, , with the tragic ending, , which is horrible. . So. . Let's go back to Chad Day Bell. . He married his first wife Tammy in nineteen ninety and they had five children together over the years in Nineteen ninety-two Laurie got married for the first time at age eighteen and this marriage only lasted a very short time under a year from what I've heard. . Then she remarried in nineteen ninety five and that's when she gave birth to her son Colby in nineteen, , ninety six. . Again, , she got divorced then in two, , thousand one, , she married Joseph Ruin and Laurie and Joe had their daughter Kylie together in two thousand and two, , and just a little bit of a word about Tyler's childhood. . We we know that she was used as a pawn by Laurie and her divorce custody filings against Joe Ryan. . But there's also some evidence fairly convincing evidence that Laurie mains have had Munchausen by proxy pilot who's in and out of the hospital many times, , and she even had exploratory surgery to quote figure out what was wrong unquote and that's something that just. . Really isn done nowadays, , right? ? No, , it isn't that if we go back a few years that was something I mean if if you have parent who keeps bringing a child into the office bureau for various complaints and you have run tests and nothing ever shows up, , you might have considered doing an exploratory bit of surgery as probably a what's called a lap me. . Where they look inside the the belly at the F. Domino contents and maybe take biopsies just to see if there was something that they had missed Leah from my experience on a pediatric surgical floor though they only do that when they're like at the end of their rope, , this is after days of observing taking the kid off of a regular diet doing. . IV fluids run, , they do a lot of things I and the munch just love to hang out in the room for days and get the attention. . So this is very classic Munchausen by proxy behavior who certainly is yet it really is and no illness was ever determined, which , is significant I think road even with the surgery. . Yes. . So so there you go. . Exactly. . Nine, , two, , thousand when Tyler was about six, , her therapist raised concerns about the stress Tyler was going through with her health issues and the custody issues. . Tally, , did say to the therapist that she did enjoy visits with her father. . There were documented concerns about Laurie being dishonest on Tyler's intake forms. . One of these things whereas where Lori said, , the tally had pancreatitis. . The custody documents I was able to peruse showed that Kylie did say she enjoyed visits with her father but then she told the therapist that she was frightened to stay overnight because her father molested her now she used the word molested and when her mom came into the room with her and the therapist apparently tie looked at Lori and said I, , told her. . So it just really I'm not convinced that Joe sexually abused tightly and I'll always believe someone until I have reason not to especially a child but there were some classic signs of the Mother Coaching her. . So in two thousand, , four, , Laurean Joe were divorced and Laurie remarried Charles Valo in two, thousand , six. . Now for those of you who are counting Charles's husband number four. . Yes, , and in two thousand, , twelve, , a little boy named Joshua. . Jackson was born he's he's the biological child of Charles Valez nephew his grandparents cared for jj until they made the decision along with Lori and. . Charles that Lori Charles would adopt and raise JJ, , and this was back in two thousand fourteen. . Laurie already had colby and entirely. . So the grandparents K. and Larry Woodcock were really thinking that they might have a better home there because there'd be other kids. . It's kind of their little bit younger than Larry and K. . so laurie who they thought was just a wonderful mom. . At, , the time agreed to adopt the little boy with Charles and then Laurie Charles entirely moved to Hawaii along with JJ services in two thousand fourteen when the adoption went through the options gone through and we've Kurt the family now lorries. . Oldest son is what out of the house at this point because he's like eighteen nineteen, , he didn't move to Hawaii with them now. . He didn't in two thousand fifteen back to Chad, , Tammy and the family moved to Idaho from Utah Right, , in two years later, , the veil of family moved back to Arizona, , from Hawaii then on April third two, , thousand, , eighteen lorries, , ex husband, , her third husband Joseph Ryan was found dead in his home Laurie was notified as she was still listed as his next of kin. . Didn't notify Joe's sister Anne who by all accounts she was very close to Anne was still a part of tiles life, , your birth Maurice to ruin agenda Yes. I . know we've talked about this a little bit in part one, , but you did get a chance to review the autopsy. They . were a few things that stuck out to us like the fact that the height was off and they call them a heavyset guy which he really wasn't. . No. . But remember he was in his apartment for at least a week decomposing before anyone found was a neighbor who found him that's correct. . Yes and we don't have the entire autopsy but the cause of death was per tiriac sclerotic heart disease, , which means that you're coronary arteries getting clogged up, , which isn't really crazy for a fifty nine year old man to die of in general but
The Case Of Chad And Lori Daybell
"Dick I feel like we've kind of been just living this case the last several days there's so much that we had to delve into. So let's just start with an overview of the timeline going back to the beginning because it's very complicated and as much for me as for the listeners a little review and a little in-depth investigation into these things would be helpful both helpful the me. We did last week's first part of this and I'm just at the time you do it do the recording. It sounds reasonable. Then as I think back about it, I'm trying to say what happened when who did what? So. This'll be very helpful. It's a crazy thing and of course, with the tragic ending, which is horrible. So. Let's go back to Chad Day Bell. He married his first wife Tammy in nineteen ninety and they had five children together over the years in Nineteen ninety-two Laurie got married for the first time at age eighteen and this marriage only lasted a very short time under a year from what I've heard. Then she remarried in nineteen ninety five and that's when she gave birth to her son Colby in nineteen, ninety six. Again, she got divorced then in two, thousand one, she married Joseph Ruin and Laurie and Joe had their daughter Kylie together in two thousand and two, and just a little bit of a word about Tyler's childhood. We we know that she was used as a pawn by Laurie and her divorce custody filings against Joe Ryan. But there's also some evidence fairly convincing evidence that Laurie mains have had Munchausen by proxy pilot who's in and out of the hospital many times, and she even had exploratory surgery to quote figure out what was wrong unquote and that's something that just. Really isn done nowadays, right? No, it isn't that if we go back a few years that was something I mean if if you have parent who keeps bringing a child into the office bureau for various complaints and you have run tests and nothing ever shows up, you might have considered doing an exploratory bit of surgery as probably a what's called a lap me. Where they look inside the the belly at the F. Domino contents and maybe take biopsies just to see if there was something that they had missed Leah from my experience on a pediatric surgical floor though they only do that when they're like at the end of their rope, this is after days of observing taking the kid off of a regular diet doing. IV fluids run, they do a lot of things I and the munch just love to hang out in the room for days and get the attention. So this is very classic Munchausen by proxy behavior who certainly is yet it really is and no illness was ever determined, which is significant I think road even with the surgery. Yes. So so there you go. Exactly. Nine, two, thousand when Tyler was about six, her therapist raised concerns about the stress Tyler was going through with her health issues and the custody issues. Tally, did say to the therapist that she did enjoy visits with her father. There were documented concerns about Laurie being dishonest on Tyler's intake forms. One of these things whereas where Lori said, the tally had pancreatitis. The custody documents I was able to peruse showed that Kylie did say she enjoyed visits with her father but then she told the therapist that she was frightened to stay overnight because her father molested her now she used the word molested and when her mom came into the room with her and the therapist apparently tie looked at Lori and said I, told her. So it just really I'm not convinced that Joe sexually abused tightly and I'll always believe someone until I have reason not to especially a child but there were some classic signs of the Mother Coaching her. So in two thousand, four, Laurean Joe were divorced and Laurie remarried Charles Valo in two, thousand six. Now for those of you who are counting Charles's husband number four. Yes, and in two thousand, twelve, a little boy named Joshua. Jackson was born he's he's the biological child of Charles Valez nephew his grandparents cared for jj until they made the decision along with Lori and. Charles that Lori Charles would adopt and raise JJ, and this was back in two thousand fourteen. Laurie already had colby and entirely. So the grandparents K. and Larry Woodcock were really thinking that they might have a better home there because there'd be other kids. It's kind of their little bit younger than Larry and K. so laurie who they thought was just a wonderful mom. At, the time agreed to adopt the little boy with Charles and then Laurie Charles entirely moved to Hawaii along with JJ services in two thousand fourteen when the adoption went through the options gone through and we've Kurt the family now lorries. Oldest son is what out of the house at this point because he's like eighteen nineteen, he didn't move to Hawaii with them now. He didn't in two thousand fifteen back to Chad, Tammy and the family moved to Idaho from Utah Right, in two years later, the veil of family moved back to Arizona, from Hawaii then on April third two, thousand, eighteen lorries, ex husband, her third husband Joseph Ryan was found dead in his home Laurie was notified as she was still listed as his next of kin. Didn't notify Joe's sister Anne who by all accounts she was very close to Anne was still a part of tiles life, your birth Maurice to ruin agenda Yes. I know we've talked about this a little bit in part one, but you did get a chance to review the autopsy. They were a few things that stuck out to us like the fact that the height was off and they call them a heavyset guy which he really wasn't. No. But remember he was in his apartment for at least a week decomposing before anyone found was a neighbor who found him that's correct. Yes and we don't have the entire autopsy but the cause of death was per tiriac sclerotic heart disease, which means that you're coronary arteries getting clogged up, which isn't really crazy for a fifty nine year old man to die of in general but
Justin Jacobson - The E-sports Observer
"We have just Jacobsen on the podcast he's an e sports and entertainment attorney in New York City who works with professional athletes, gamers, musicians among other creative talents He was also recently appointed, and this is where we talked about or at least his company the manager of Ford models newly formed E. Sports and gaming. Talent Division. Justin. Welcome to the PODCAST. And the things we said about four miles although I don't think we said anything bad. We just wanted to get signed to Ford models. Yeah. I. I'm still waiting just I hope that's why you came on the podcast is well, you know you're trending in the right direction shirt you're wearing a nice presentation going on. Yeah I brushed my hair for this. I'm not gonNA live like species I. figured I figured it was time to show up in my best so Are you implying that Williams the better looking one between the two of us because I'm about to be wearing. Dressed up for me. now, Justin look I know our listeners actually the question I get from my students actually recently has been all about talent agencies in that part of the business I'd love for you to tell our listeners a bit what you do how you got into East sports what you're doing at Ford models now just some of the background. We as been an entertainment attorney for over a decade working primarily in music and sports and fashion, or than about five years ago I kind of really transitioned working the East sports in gaming world started working with a bunch of different East sports, town agencies, both in house an outhouse the really familiarize myself with the different players in the team's how the deals are structured and how you kind of engage in. That and for the last few years I've kind of just been doing that on my own helping different players and teams and brands as well as other management firms. kind of would their legals, trademarks, copyrights contracts also do some visa and immigration work for players. So really just kind of all the legal and business side of the industry and you know, as you mentioned Ford, they're pretty established town agency. Primarily in kind of the model in high fashion world but in other markets including in Latin America they had a very strong more traditional talent platform representing musicians and professional athletes, and we just kind of good looking people and obviously in light of what's going on in the world, they're kind of more shifting toward Damore global platform they already had an established digital. influencer division where they had you know beauty and fitness and wellness models and really were able to kind of expand that into the sports and gaming world and you know as I said, I worked with many of the top teams I've done deals and overwatch really call do pro-lee fortnight's he has go halo of these big major games all the major teams across. The industry and from there I was really able to kind of have my own connections with different brand representatives and really kind of take this approach that I learned from the more traditional entertainment and sports agents that I've worked with and kind of apply to this bigger sports and gaming world. So now we signed initially ten talent and kind of looking at some other ones and really try to have a bunch of different people across the board who really what we're looking at is people that kind of transcended they weren't just gamers. They'd had other things going on whether they were coach for a team or they were caster or they really like sneakers and fashion or you. Know. They also just had this really his unique history or known hip hop game where he's really being hot ninety seven's world kind of on the red carpet interviewing these celebrities and you know really kind of having all these musicians and athletes actors gaming with him like almost every day of the week. So really kind of look for unique talent that we can kind of takes Ford's existing ecosystem and the brand even decades and really start offering you know unique Colin. That may be you know has his gaming know fortnight stream or are they play warzone there to touquet player, but they also have other things going on and we can start integrating some of their products into what? You know these sports players have been doing. I mean so you basically just described me and William. So I'm doubly doubly offended now and I would put my sneaker collection up against anyone's Now I. Know You maybe on my radar now? Jet. Mentally, Paul has a poppin sneaker collection. But here's the question like maybe you could talk to a couple of the the initial players you signed and what you know truly was sort of the thesis in your mind why you sign them and more importantly. Like what the future how do you develop these guys? How do you know how do you monetize them? How do you look at the next two to five years for them? We you know we kind of have like a really big take top gaming creator and someone who's kind of a coach also has his own podcast and really trying to figure out new ways that are maybe not solely related to streaming or you know like this is what I do extreme all day I'm going to compete in tournaments like how do we build these other avenues? So like we're helping them setup merge and finding unique designers to kind of give them their own kind of brand identity beside think that you know what I Learned from the more music world and some of the athletes it's all about kind of finding what's unique and highlighting it, and we have some talks with some brands that kind of are looking to get into the space. So we're really kind of focused on more than non endemic ones I see there's you know some of them are starting to come in when you have Lori L. Prod or Louis the con- but you know there's just a ton of more from you know more hair care products and face care products and you know. Even the high end luxury brands that are maybe looking at it, but don't really know how to go about it, and maybe they don't. WanNa. Spend a lot of money and do the wrong thing and it come off bed because as we know, that's not what you do. That's how you lose the market instantly. So it's you know hoping a familiar face in Ford that they kind of know the level that they come from and kind of someone like me who's really understand how you activate properly how you kind of find the unique. Stories. Like we sign this female Gamer who you know one of the best go players in the world and we're kind of figuring out ways to maybe develop you know training camps or interactive ways where she can have these how to get better female. She go camps to K. Coaches, kind of teaching than youth in how you kind of the next generation. So we're trying to look at how we can build around what their interests are and bring them some unique opportunities that you know maybe some of the other people in the world. Town Industry. Kinda can get do. You wanted to ask something. Yeah I'm just curious about like. So do you see the Ford Models Niche? Basically as there are a lot of talent agencies that represent Tammy, sports today right and you know I put many of the minute category, which is like Gamer I write basically their job is they represent people who are great gamers get on top pro teams. They got them a good salary on that team, etc right and those tend to historically those have been smaller East sports bespoke agencies have grown up from the community. Now that's changed quite a lot and you have other major talent agencies coming in like a and others that are taking really active role so and I kind of put those other. Than another category as well. Sort of these larger more established players. So given that ecosystem, right? He kind of sports specialists, some of the bigger agencies is it right to say you think Ford's models benefit is to connect with the classic fashion brands. So I'm going to sign with Ford models versus CAA because you can get me Louis Vuitton sponsorship because you can get me the you know what's Mascara Company, L'OREAL or revelry Al f you can get me the revlon like eyeliner deal is that really the value add is in the traditional fa or Did you see it as a broader piece of I. Think kind of is both I think that you know we're able to help some of four traditional models and other high in fashion influencers. Kinda come into the space maybe kind of acted properly, and then we really can be the bridge with some of these high fashion brands. But now also approaching it from the traditional one talking with hyper accessing the G. Fuels and no. As I said, I've been doing these deals with these teams. You know about once a week for the last couple of months. And years. So it's like I'm very familiar with them and it's really kind of being able to find talent who compete at this high level but also have other things that we can build around and you know the the C as in the UTA's in a one thing I've noticed. Yeah. You can have like fifty, one hundred however many players but can you really spend the amount of time servicing them and giving them the proper attention and you know it's great if you have fifty overwatch players but unless you're the top three or four or five. or You really spending your day pushing deals for the number fifty, number forty two and you know. So it's like we're looking at finding people that we can really focus on and develop because ultimately that's how you give them staying power and longevity and much more where it's not just based on how well the game goes I mean like you mentioned someone like cloister who you know champion one day and dropped the next like that's pretty tough and you know if you don't have other avenues and don't have other things going on and you know like. Tabs was about not expansion in the league aren't him anymore teams and everyone's dropping a player if you know supply and demand. We just don't have room for all these kids that compete at this high level and. Going to do now, you go to another game you so don't revalorised. You know you try to do content creations like we're trying to create these other avenues. The way, a traditional age in the other
Doomsday Parents, Chad And Lori Daybell
"Laurie Velo Bouza forty, six year old mother of three married a fifty one year old father of five Chad Day bill. On November fifth two thousand nineteen in Kauai Hawaii. Chad's wife for close to thirty years. Tammy. Day. Bill have been found dead in her home just two weeks earlier. So obviously, they didn't waste much time remarrying. Stunningly Quick Tammy was in apparently healthy forty, nine year old woman infectious training for a marathon. Just, ten days before her death, which was October ninth two, thousand, Nineteen Tammy reported on facebook and the police that masked man had shouted her with what she thought could be a paint gun what's going on there right? Exactly. The other very interesting aspect is Laurie and Chad had picked out and ordered their wedding bands more than two weeks before Tammy Steph. That's right. Shoe on that one for a while right so October fourth to fifth tammy visited her parents Beck in Springville. Utah, where she's from and then a few days later on October nine, a man ski mask was shooting at her so I guess the police decided it was just some kind of prank because she thought it was a paint gun and they never found the guy, but it's very curious. WHOA, it is and it's really just the tip of the iceberg in this really strange case with all the suspicious occurrences just everything surrounding lawyer and Chad, his mess and very suspicious of course. Yes that's an understatement. So Chad Chad Day Bell is lawry's fifth husband. Laurie was born Laurie Noreen Cox June twenty sixth of Nineteen seventy-three in San Bernardino California and she grew up with two brothers Alex and Adam and two sisters Stacey and summer Alex Cox plays a really large role in this whole story so you need to remember him Adam lives in Kansas and he's worked as a radio personality, but he's pretty much out of the whole seen as far as we know so far. Stacy Cox died in her parents home when she was just twenty two years old and this was from complications of type one diabetes lorries remaining living sister Cox shift. Let was one of lorries, biggest defenders until June of this year, and that's when the remains of her children jj entirely were discovered on the property of Chad debacle. Now, people who knew Lori will have said that she really became a person after she became involved with shed she had been considered an excellent mother. And a good friend to many many years ago back in high school Lori was a happy energetic cheerleader at nineteen years of age. She married her high school sweetheart Nelson Jawans. This marriage is over within a year. Then when she was twenty two in Nineteen ninety-five Laurie Mary twenty-three-year-old. William but Sheila, and this marriage was in Travis County Texas. They had a son named Colby in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety six, and they ended up divorcing in nineteen. Ninety eight. So, by the time, she was twenty five years old she'd been married and divorced twice already. See and she has one child, and then in two thousand. One Lori Mary Joseph Ryan Joe Converted to Mormonism, and that was the religion it Laurie had been raised in. He didn't legally adopt coby coby took his last name. and. He and Laurie had a daughter together. That's highly in two, thousand, two and two, thousand, four in August Joe filed for divorce from Laurie. And it was finalized in two thousand five. In two, thousand, six, Joe Ryan filed a complaint with the court stating Lori was not complying with the visitation order. He asked she'd be held in contempt then August two, thousand, seven Joe is attacked by Laura's brother Alex. For. This guy chases show around with stun gun. He tased him twice and he threatened to kill him. Yes. So I'm going to ask probably a stupid question is this because of the divorce or because he took her back to court. I'm thinking it was related to the custody issue because the divorce was already finalized been finalized for over a year. But you know she was also looking at some trouble because she was in contempt of court. She wasn't bringing tighly for her visits and she was keeping tidily away from him. So, Alex Laura's brother was very protective of her and actually seemed obsessed at the time with killing Joe. Ryan the incident happened when Joe was leaving a supervised visit with his daughter Kylie and the attack ended when an eyewitness showed up. So Alex, pled guilty to aggravated assault resulting in serious bodily injury and ended up serving ninety days in jail, and this was in Austin Texas. But the custody battle between Joe and Laurie over tighly really got very dark at one point Laurie head to install cameras in the children's rooms and in the living room for the court to see what was going on in her house. But no abuse apparently was found from that camera footage but just so you know this was a really nasty custody situation. You're S, and then we have Joe Dying in April of two thousand, eighteen still young man. This was determined to be a heart attack they did not topsy, but then he his remains were cremated. This whole time has custody battle with over Retali- had continued to be ongoing, right? I. Believe he was fifty nine but he was pretty healthy and there were some strange things about his autopsy as well. Roy Yeah now the court documents say that Joe Ryan accused Laurie of parental alienation alleging that he had not seen his daughter for more than a year at one point. And he also referred to a court appointed psychologist who had interviewed Lori. And according to court paperwork the psychologist David, our pool
Lightfoot Asks for Proposals for Casino in 'Heart' of Chicago
"Meant it as a first step in the development of a Chicago casino. The city's issued a request for information. It's for creative ideas and potential strategies. Request for information allows the city of Chicago to get the perspective of casino operators and really estate developers on issues that will be considered when it evaluates proposals for a casino here. Just over a year ago, Governor Pritzker signed a law that expands gambling in Illinois by authorizing six new casinos, including in Chicago, the South suburbs. And Waukegan. Mayor Lori Lightfoot says a casino in Chicago will generate hundreds of millions in new gaming revenues to shore up the city's pension obligations. Request for information respondents will be asked to share their views on issues such as The requirements for operating a temporary casino and recommendations on the size and scope of the gaming facility. Jennifer Kipper news radio 105.9
Dallas - North Texas Prepares For Hurricane Laura
"Lori is pushing a lot of water toward the Gulf Coast. Residents of Louisiana and Texas are evacuating inland. This is Texas governor Greg Abbott. There will be a water surge of perhaps as high as 10 FT. Wherever the hurricane comes ashore, Laura could make landfall as a strong category three Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
Lori Loughlin and her husband are going to prison
"Lori Loughlin her husband Massimo are finally going to prison last week she was sentenced to two months while he got five months but we're not getting into all the newsies stuff. That's not what we do. Nightly Bob were show that focuses on what really matters. So we think they're actually going. Behind bars, I have some scenarios. Nina. Yup would you do in Laurie issues? Okay. Make a Shannon for intimidation or become your cellmates bitch to survive. Now, I'll know who bought to US question I, don't either. I don't either I and she's GonNa. Be in that kind of prison like I don't feel like she's going to be in the kind of person where she needs a shift like they're going to put her in like the most like she's GonNa take meeting classes and be laying on the law and Mike this is first of all she's not going to do the full sentence. will let out early for good behavior, and this is going to be like she's going to be taking pottery classes and stuff like that. So this is not won't be that type of time. She's not going to be in in there with murderers, but you know mean if I had to pick one obviously, I'll make sure. That was that was an easy one speaking of the time that she's going to spend in there. I think there should be a rule where if you're a celebrity, you can choose to spend five times. The sentence are given in that isolated cell with the knitting and HBO or Spend Three Days Gen pop as more Lachlan and see how you hold up, and then you're out after three days I think that that's a simple simple option. For. You. Should they snitch to get in good with the guards or keep their mouth shut it depends on how long if I wasn't in there for very long I'm snitch they're going to keep me safe for enough time. But if I'm going to be in there for a while, I'm GonNa make good with my cell. Lee's I'm GonNa go ahead and just be cool guy on the block. I'm GONNA try and stat of people's business make people laugh I'll work on my stand up you know anything right? Core Guy in prison you think that. Star well soon as they find out that like I know how to make good gluten free options for a lot of the food that they're eating case any of them have intolerances. Oh. That's That's my boy. If you're getting call Pentti in prison in England, well for you I promise you. Morgan we have one for you because. You know in the Lucas. So should they were able and contraband to keep up their Glam or let Go Oh I, mean, smuggle it all in. Are you kidding I mean the fact that we're doing this show under these conditions unacceptable contraband over the face Mascara Lip. Gloss Foundation I. Don't want any cheetos stains on this breakout I wanna like serious like Lori Al Care Package for sure. And just here's a piece of advice. Let your daughter go to community college
"lori" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Hey everyone the show might sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches. . The scam is still working from home for the time being because of covid nineteen today Lori gottlieb joins us on skin from the couch. . She is a psychotherapist and an author. . She writes the Dr Therapist Column in the Atlantic and She's also the author of the bestselling novel maybe you should talk to someone which I read I loved and then recommended to every member of my family Lori. . Thank you for joining US welcome to skin from the couch. . Thanks so much for having me Lori we're very excited I. . Feel like we're about to have therapy. . We're going start though putting you on the on the hot feet, , which just can you skim your resume for us? ? Yeah. . Sure. . After graduating from college I worked in the entertainment business. . I. . I worked on the film side and then I moved over to NBC, , and you're I there to. . You May for premiering when was called Er and the other was called breads heard of them. . When I was working on Er, , we had a consultant who is an emergency room physician at and he would do research with us and help us to choreograph the scenes and make sure that everything's accurate and I spent a lot of time in the ER, , and he said to me I, , think you like it better here than you like your day job because I was spending a lot of time in the ER and <hes> and I was like I'm lacking to go to medical school. . Like I like in my late twenties late that I went to medical school. . So went to Stanford I went to medical school when I got there, , it was the middle of the DOT com the first sort of DOT com bill before i. . And a lot of people were saying <hes> you know managed care it was coming into the healthcare system and would be able to do the kinds of work that I wanted to do with my patients. . I worked at a DOT COM for a little bit in the summer between first year second year of medical school and ultimately assert writing and I left to become a journalist and. . I felt like as a journalist I could really help to tell people stories the way that I wanted to, , and it was about ten years later after being a journalist for wile still a journalist but I had a baby and I was desperate for adult interaction and ups guy would come ons I would lose him in conversation at he hated that nearly describing me in corn to. . Like that and so he would always try to avoid the at eventually start telling to my door putting the APP just down very gently. . So I would not open the door, , engage him in conversation, , and so I called Dean at Stanford and I said, , maybe I should come back Andrew Psychiatry and she said, , you know you always wanted these deeper interactions with people welcome to come back. . But if you do psychiatry probably doing a lot of medication management, , it's not what you WANNA do. . Why don't you get a graduate degree in clinical psychology and do the work want to do it was really this is a moment it sounds obvious. . In, , retrospect which I think a lot of career things do where you know something that is right in front of you you had thought of, , and so I did that and I, , have this hybrid career where I'm a psychotherapist I have clinical practice here Los Angeles I'm still a writer I write books I writes the weekly called the Atlantic Avenue podcast coming out therapy. . So I see like what I do is I look at story of the human condition and I just express it different means what something that is not on your Lincoln profiler bio that people would be surprised to know about you maybe that I was competitive chess player. . You have another fallback career. . I. . Wasn't good never for career but I was really serious about it and I think I use that a lot in my career. . So I think with chests there's a lot of strategy. . There's a lot of anticipating the consequences of your moves and you can't plan everything out but I think that people look at my career they think I made these very impulsive decisions like you're working in Hollywood and boom you're going to go to medical school you're working on e. r. and then boom you want to. . Tell stories in different ways to you're GonNa go Ri- and then you're GonNa go the therapist and you go from telling people stories, , changing people's stories, , right? ? All of that is true but I think I very much ought ahead about why was I doing reflecting on why was doing so many people said to me you are crazy. . You don't leave medical school when you get into Stanford Medical School right? ? You don't leave Hollywood when you're at NBC and you have this job <hes>, , you're successful journalists would you mean you're going to go back and do therapy and why would you leave? ? And so I think it's really about <hes> I. . Think in chests you have to kind of really be reflected about what you're doing. . When I think about being reflective as an adult I think that means being reflective and going inside to that place of knowing and not listening to all the noise out there that the reflection is an inside job and not an outside job. .
"lori" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk
"He's like I help you with everything now and it's like what exactly is she struggling through life with well. It's probably like you just normal kids would just listen money. It's you know, probably pays for a car, you know, he's probably as a just make enough money for things like, you know at Seventeen, I don't know maybe there's more to the story though that we do not know. So Lori said that she's being forced to give the baby up and her mom said that it's her choice now, I gotta tell you something there would have been a solution to this. There could have been a better solution to this if she only had some activities to do besides just you know have vaginal intercourse with Corey unprotected dead. Yeah, I mean, I mean if only Instagram was prevalent back then then we would have you should have been very busy posting selfies and doing boomerangs or she could have gotten the toy dog. She could have gotten a toy from Adam and Eve. I gotta tell you. Yes, Adam and Eve's is the best part of staying at home is playing at home. That was good. Right that was very good. And it's true because then she would need Corey cuz she's got the toy exactly. She would have had the toy the toys way better so much fun. They could have used it together. They could home dressed up. They could have done all these things Adam and Eve has so many items that you're absolutely going to love and I gotta tell you they have crazy sales going on right now take advantage of the downtime and she's almost any one item at 50% off. When you do you will get ten free board and bust and Gifts you get sick spicy movies a 3-piece bonus kit wage. Best of all you get free shipping delivered discreetly right to your door just says like what is this? What does it say when it's the street though? Like it says, well, it says on the outside of package. I think this is not a vibrator off. Okay, so they know it's not yeah, it's like this is not a dull. Okay. So did you like that I try to shorten the Del and then I was like who is that? This is the time to do it. Listen, we're stuck warranty. People are adventurous and I think that you know their home they want to try new things. They're okay go to Adam and Eve guys Adam and Eve has thousands of products..
"lori" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Segments Lori and Julia did all week but the best it's a best of the week Saturday on my top one oh seven one thank you Holly Lori and Julia are back with us I think you know we went on a trip did you go we just went a little dry gas is under a dollar a sign some places have been removed and it was canceled I didn't yeah yeah that was kind of the there were rumors on Monday it was not bad in the U. K. because they were slow around yeah I love this too yeah my gosh I know I could find was Kellogg said they're going to be read can you imagine if you even though that this is happening not all of us it's just it's unbelievable I just have to just head out branded out and I'm glad I did my remote eyes PSA for you today John well I know what I I was I know I have Ramona glasses and invited my lovely turbine that I decorated and I didn't feel funny so you you were able to do it for us so if you find it on now those were my own eye glasses make everybody laugh and I was really wearing them for a reason for a while at my desk I was just sitting there taking deep breaths and Ramona eyes we're modernizing should we listen to what Stephanie is with us I don't know she isn't right well I'm trying okay was something must be going on if you have like musicians that you like the best way it seems like it is to look at their Facebook or range and locally a lot of people are doing concerts and they're like Joanne Parker you know she she plays she's been a she's a wonderful young kind of jazzy blue Z. like she's doing their request show tonight at seven o'clock on Facebook to like their page so this okay yeah a lot of people like Katy Vernon she did her show but like an hour and a half ago Nick Coster who does his at six o'clock on Facebook and and staff request shows that's fine are kind of doing that yeah it's tonight Wednesday night isn't today is Wednesday so this is always been you know a weekend starting the weekend is starting really super messing bowling you know worried about all the you know the bartenders and all the people that work at my bowling alley in Hopkins just you know because they were there they had to close right and the night at nine o'clock yesterday about eight o'clock here on CBS is the Garth Brooks and Tricia Yearwood show yes I'm gonna turn into that on the day yes that's right that when I did set my DVR yeah and they're trying to raise money yes a very John if Elton John did million billion I bet Garth and Trisha will do probably that plus yeah I would yeah they're very generous and there's a lot of them yeah yeah I really got a lot of people turning out and again we're going in the living room seven pack I know yeah well here is you know don he's been talking about and we are doing a diaper drive right now yes for Minnesotans and so if you would like to donate to that are you can just go to the my talk website and we make it really easy for everybody to donate to that and also I just got a note from our friends over at nema Fieger midtown global market is creating their making meals for Matix groups so the entrepreneurs of midtown global market have launched a simple way for the public to show their appreciation for all of our health care and medical workers so it's called meals for Matix and there's a go fund me page this you know type in meals for medics find out more about that so that is that something I think everybody's just trying to figure out a way to help out but you can't I think a lot of people are used to physically helping out donate you know time and energy and and now it's just cash rates it's just the cash because there's you we can't be around each other you just read something that was spread through your years which we can't even well you know I mean we don't know I guess that is also the the big well that's why they don't you touch your face a lot of people touch their nose with their eyes and then you're really like yeah by Rhys enter enter please yes if you find it hard not to touch your face I am not a big fees or not sure no I I did find myself picking a couple you know little things here and I know what I have I have I have one friend in particular who is just like she doesn't even I my hair twirling my hair when I features I would I'm going to have my here is just going to be in little baby bangs whatever ends because I do find myself twirling and so not really but everyone has like something that is around your hands and then something with your face some like a lot of us great yeah the guys are playing with their beards or their mustache the judge there for it's just your it's you really have to like watch yourself for a couple of days to G. to break yourself of you don't even realize that it's something yeah like I always knew you know like if I was having reading too long to get my hair wash I'm seeing the gray I yes I am we're only here because it was good in crunch she was like the best for heating oh my god all these like you feel yourself making the break the I believe it was oddly so it's crunchy and hair shouldn't go I had so much crap in our area yeah you know people self soon a lot this facing so it does seem like we should play.
"lori" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression
"Because it's kind of like you make a move and you see how the person responds and you might need to think five moves ahead and you also might need to recalibrate based on something that they do so. I think that that's my job but it's also I think the person's job to say am I here because I just want to have somebody to talk to which you can find that out in the world or am I here because I really want to understand what I can do to make my life better. Given my circumstances given that I'm suffering from depression given that You know whatever might be going on in one's life. What are the things that I can? Change? What are the things that I can do differently? Those are really important questions to ask you. You can't just go to therapy and expect that You're going there and the therapist is going to offer you some magic and you're gonNA leave and everything's GonNa be okay. Yeah you'd have to book an appointment with a wizard if you want that right and I think some people expect us to be wizards. Very few insurance plans cover sorcery. What do you know now about mental illness and mental health? That you wish you knew a long long time ago. Well I don't like the idea of sort of mental illness As as separate from the rest of the human condition I mean. Certainly people have Conditions that are better. We you know we give them a diagnosis But I also feel like there's there's like this broad spectrum of humanity and I think that people have a lot of misconceptions about what it means to have emotional struggles that they don't they don't understand what it is. People are scared of it. People are scared to talk about it. People think if you talk about it you're you know you make it worse or you're GonNa make the person feel uncomfortable. I guess what I want. People to understand is just that it's like talking about anything else and and there was just a normal part of of being a person in the world and I hope that the more that we talk about this I you know. I think that we've made a lot of progress but I think we have so much more progress to make. Here's what I want you to know about therapy. It might work for you. It might not. You might be ready to tackle things and find the right person to pull it out of you or not. But if you're hurting and you want to do some work at figuring out why and what to do about it why the hell not just give it a chance Lori got leaves book is maybe you should talk to someone a therapist. Her therapist and our lives revealed. It's available where fine books are sold because to find book my book our the hilarious world.
"lori" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast
"Today we're speaking with Laura Berman. Laurie runs the day today. Operations and the Mobile Unit for the Toby Project. She's been with the organization since day one and considers her work not just a job but emission. She's a native New Yorker currently lives in Brooklyn with her twenty one year old cat Francis Lori grew up in Queens New York and considers herself in activists in that she always has been involved in cause related work whether it be a political campaign or helping people with AIDS. She truly believes in giving back and that people can make effective change at the grassroots level through hard work commitment and forging effective partnerships. She got involved with the toby project after coming back to New York from Portland Oregon where she spent several months working. She wanted to get involved in something meaningful and met Dr Andrew Kaplan through his practice city veterinary care. He was the vet for her two cats and his passionate commitment to animal welfare inspired her to get involved fast forward. Eleven years later. She's an integral part of the organization's Lifeblood and operations her role at the toby project encompasses many areas but a key component is to further the mission of the organization make effective use of the three to four days per week at the toby project operates in addition to low income pet owners in the bronx and Brooklyn. Much of the focus has been on community cats particularly in the last year when the toby project has seen a huge increase in calls for help to that end she implemented Mobile Mondays for feral and abandoned cats by appointment with tr. Certified folks in Brooklyn. In addition she has built effective working relationships with those doing. Tr will often do partnership days. These days are unique and valuable service whereby the toby project gives the day to a reliable tr person in Brooklyn or the Bronx and they are responsible for filling the truck in the past year alone. The to- Project has done partnership days with Brooklyn Animal Action Little Wanderers. The New York City can't coalition flatbush. Cats fat cats and other organizations in addition Laurie oversees and implements their contract with the city of Yonkers and sends the truck there on a monthly basis to do spay neuter of community cats. This has been much needed. Free Service in Yonkers and demonstrates their commitment in reducing the feral cat population through spay neuter. Laurie like to welcome you to the show. Thank you so much. Thanks grace to be here. Thank you yeah so I spoke with Andy couple of weeks ago or about a month ago or so in his episode number. Three hundred and thirty nine so folks missed the interview with Dr Kaplan who also runs the toby project. Feel free to check out that episode at the community podcast Dot Com. But in that conversation with him he kept referencing. You need to ask Lori this question and you need to keep asking this question and so I knew at that moment that I wanted to get Lori on the show so I want to thank you again for joining me today and we can talk about the nuts and bolts about everything that you know about the toby project and how things really run at the ground level before we dive into that. I'd like to just ask you. How did you get started in animal welfare and get really passionate? Were you involved before the Toby Project? I wasn't and I spent a few months in Portland Oregon and the West Coast in California and basically just trying to see if that was going to work in terms of me living there and they did not so. I came back to New York and I wanted to get involved in something meaningful. And Dr Kaplan was the vet of my cats and he spoke so passionately in knowledgeable about animal welfare that he inspired me to get involved and so by signed up to be a volunteer with toby project and that was in two thousand nine eleven years ago and I have stayed with the organization since some of that was really my first involvement in animal welfare but specifically spay neuter. And I really didn't understand at that. Point the concept of spay neuter making New York City of no kill city and the amount of dogs and cats that actually argues tonight because they not available homes so that was my first start with animal welfare I have to say an amazing eleven years. You're beginning your education process back in two thousand and eight thousand nine and a lot has changed within New York in that period of time before we go into those details about the toby project you know. What have you seen sort of change over the years for community cats in particular in New York? Well I think that there is a lot more effort and a lot more coordinated effort to do tr to them. Spay neuter to make use of programs like the ASPCA. Toby project in really just a lot. More Information and coverage has been on the plight of abandoned cats in New York City. So that has definitely been a change. Also I will say from Toby. Project perspective our focus particularly in the last year year and a half has been a lot on community cats. We've seen a huge increase in calls coming into the Chubby phone for people who want help people recognize that cats are reproducing and it is the best thing for them as well as the community to get them span neutered so you think the increase in calls is more about general popular awareness about the opportunities for trap neuter return or just. There's no other I mean I think it's awareness and also gives just for whatever reason I don't know the reason for this. There's just seems to be an explosion in cats in New York whether may be I mean. Maybe it's the warmer weather and there's no kitten season seems to happen all year round. I'm not exactly sure what the reason is but I know that from my perspective. In answering the toby following there has been a huge increase in calls particularly this last year and talking to other people who use our truck and other people who do tr people have just seen just an increase in cats all over the place. Cats kittens dumped friendly's very sad. Do you feel that? There's a change in the accessibility for affordable veterinary care. Has it become less affordable or all those opportunities still open to folks veterinary killer speaker. Newt or both I would say spay neuter as a priority and then the veterinary carrot is secondary but I feel that across the country. There's been a reduction in the number of dollars available for really affordable spay neuter for various grants. And that kind of thing. So I think that the dollars have dried up a bit and that might be playing a role too. Yeah I mean that. Might be certainly. There is not a lot of money for spay neuter. I'm not really involved in financial end of things so much but I just know from talking to people who do. Tr for example. It's very hard to get spots. I mean the ASPCA obviously doesn't amazing service in New York City but it's difficult to get spots there. We have limited days. I think it's a combination things in probably funding wise. There is not a lot of funds. I span neuter so at the toby project. Tell me a bit about your clinic. You operate out of a truck and you mash style clinics or just operating out of a truck. We just operate out of a truck right now. We had a stationary clinic. A spay neuter clinic for feral cats from two thousand eleven through two thousand eighteen through the generosity of Diana Who donated the space. Unfortunately she needed the space back so we lost that stationary clinic last December. So right now we're sole means of operation is our mobile unit and it operates three to four days a week which includes some days for the community cats or is that in addition to that's including so we operate. Saturdays Sundays and Mondays sometimes an extra day Saturday Sundays. Mondays is the primary days that I have staff to staff the mobile unit Saturdays for low income pet owners. Bronx Sunday's a mixture. We have a contract with the city of yonkers. Go Up there and do feral spay neuter. So we go up there once a month and we have other contracts. That usually take our Sundays and Mondays are for federal in abandoned. Cats are trump is parked in Brooklyn. We also have I think is really unique and very valuable service at toby project provides. We have partnership days where someone who is T- In our certified who is responsible when highly regarded in the Cunard world will call and book a private. Toby Day in so I give the day to them and they are responsible for filling truck and we basically come to them to do span neuter and that is in that is in Brooklyn and the Bronx. And how many cats can you do a day? So on our trump twenty usually like it's a mixture of Ferrell's in friendlies. Usually the breakdown is about thirteen. Feral seven friendly's somebody has more ferals that say they have sixteen Farrell's than if bring transfer chops instead of the the full sized traps. We can do more Ferrell's but it's usually about twenty cats at our stationary clinic. Which was just an amazing thing that we had for so long. We use the did about twenty five twenty six but that's stationary versus mobile. Yes so the one key component that I discovered with regards to mobile that was so challenging. Is that the traps. Take up a lot of space. They take up a lot of space. Which is why I encourage when I broke the appointments that I the appointments for Mobile Mondays. I encourage people to bring them and transfer traps. I realized that cats can't recover and transfer traps so they have to transfer their back to the regular size but if they bring them and transfer traps we can accommodate more feral cats on our Mondays. Yeah when we were doing the clinic with our cat mobile. I don't believe they could take more than four five traps at a time because we had so many built in cages La Vehicle. There just wasn't enough room to stack them up and position them in a way where everybody was safe all that exactly if we have more traps we have to be able to monitor the cats when they're recovering so you know twenty. Two traps would prevent us from doing that. So one thing that we did do is. We worked with the city of Fitchburg and partnered with a nonprofit group and a did the watching of the recovery used a heated bay at the fire department and so that was a fully feral day. So that was like thirty trapped cats and rate Move into the vehicle and move out and then they were designated people watching recovery so it was like a mobile clinic with a little mash style to it right so that was one of our work arounds because when we initially bought about the cat mobile we really think about owned component because the organizational also does smashed all clinics once a month for Farrell's but it seemed like there was a really big need for Farrell's on the cap mobile too so we were trying to do a work around with regard strike. One of those things is as you are leading us up and it sounds like you've had to over the years become more sort of inventive and willing to experiment you're creating these partnerships with organizations and obviously you know in order to make your finances meet you need to have a certain amount of cats arrive every day you have these partnerships with groups. I assume they meet their target numbers when they're coming to your days when they're set up is that a challenge to ensure that the right number cats show up every day. No not really to be honest because there's so many so many that need it's not challenge usually like for Monday's for example. Give you an example so for this Monday thirteenth. I'm overbooked but I usually do. Is I overbook. Because usually someone either has to cancel because they can't trap or they haven't been able to get the cat or for whatever reason but we're only at Wednesday for this Monday the thirteenth. I'm already booked. We have for this Sunday. For example. We're doing a partnership day with some few people who do tr in Staten Island. So we're GONNA have our truck parked in Brooklyn and they're going to bring the cats to us and they're already filled the truck so honestly it's really not a challenge to fill the truck because there's so much need and because we're not in operation seven days a week that there is usually a book days in advance so you don't have a problem with no shows really no. I mean no shows rarely very rarely do I have. I mean someone will only Sunday night for example and say I haven't been able to trap the cat if you can give the spot to someone else. That's fine but no shows no I mean really do. We have no shows even from the low income pet owners side. It's through the lone. Competitor is a difference than we operate very differently on for low income earners so four. Saturdays for example. When trump is in Lebron's do first come first serve similar to the ACC where people will start winding up very early. Oftentimes at five five thirty because they know that we have limited spots on truck in getting their early will increase their chances of getting their pets. They are new debt dates so low on competitors. We operate very differently than rt in our days. Two days ago by appointment. Low income pet owners first-come-first-serve. Oh very interesting. Yeah it's operated very differently. We do have contract with animal care centers in New York City for spay neuter and they actually make appointments for us but with them. It's by appointment but for our days it's first come. Hi everybody early bird. Tickets for sale for the two thousand twenty all nine kidney conference which will be held on June twelfth through fourteenth..
"lori" Discussed on With Friends Like These
"I I had a young woman who was Who is Asian? Who came to me and she said my parents cannot know that I am here? They would commit suicide if they knew that I was here. And they and she was coming because of the pressure that they had put on her and she was suicidal at times. Because of that. And so you have to take into consideration consideration the context in which they are coming to you and that that will that will inform how you can help them because you have to work within in the context that they're there and you have to know your own context to right. I'm sort of curious about the monitoring of your own unconscious bias. Like when talking about feeling I I. I don't know if that's something that you think about. But it's something that when I'm interviewing people people that are different than me. I know that it's something that I have to kind of force myself to look at like. Am I making assumptions about this person. Am I asking questions of this person. But I would or wouldn't ask of another kind of person I think about that all the time and I think about that too in the context of when somebody is trying to make a big life decision Maybe to me. It's very clear sure what I would do in that situation. Given my given that I am a Jewish white woman right but they some that might not be the right answer for them and and I think that that's true no matter what even if I were treating another white Jewish woman who was my age and had whatever history I have. It's still not potentially the right decision for her right. I don't tell people what to do in any way shape or form. I helped them to figure out what they want to do. But I think that when you're talking about the problem them you have to make sure that you are looking at it from the entire the holistically from their point of view and not just the content of what we're talking about everything involved in what happens when they walk outside of your room. I think it would be unfortunate if we ended our conversation without talking about ending therapy. I think I've talked to some people who think it's somewhat controversial or problematic that you ended your therapy like like you write a book about therapy and then you ended your therapy. I think you're pretty candid about actually like to me. You tell me if I'm wrong. It felt like very deliberate. Pause right right so I still go to therapy okay. Well never mind but I think that yes. That was an ending In in the book that is an ending as it happened and People don't realize that when you end therapy it's not like okay now. We're ending goodbye. You know it's you've had this relationship with a person so sometimes people are afraid when they feel like maybe they're done on with therapy they're afraid to bring it up to their therapist and usually your therapist will notice that things are done meaning. There's a lot of Chitchat going on in the room. And it's kind of like well are we done or is there something else. So we haven't gotten to yet and often it's done so you know the therapist will bring that up but sometimes people feel like well. I don't I don't know how to tell the therapists that I'm breaking up with him or her right And so they just you know. Oh I've been really busy or I'm traveling a lot in the no and they kind of right you an email and say you know I'm going to have to just take a break. They can't just say even that that I'm done they'll say I need to take a break right now. sometimes people. We'll just ghost you which is really odd when you've had this very rich experience with them over time And so I think that I. I hope what people see in the book is what these goodbyes actually look like and how much they can help people to move forward once they leave. It's not just important for the therapist. Pest it's it's mostly important for the patient to have a certain kind of goodbye and Kind of way of saying okay. Now you're going out into the world and we're going to end our relationship and maybe I will see you again one day but maybe I won't. I can't think of a better way to say goodbye right now. I mean I mean I'm not ending our relationship Lori. Okay Okay just making sure that I could come back to you sometime and we can have another conversation. I.
"lori" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"lori" Discussed on Your Life Program
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"lori" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Lori Gottlieb welcomed armchair expert thank you how how are you doing today. I'm doing great took a long ride to get over here yeah I were. How long do you think it was? It was over an hour west side to Hollywood Hollywood on a Friday is a real beating yeah. I wasn't expecting that is your does on that side of town. It is normal commute like seven minutes. Oh aw by design no you grew up in. La Dead I'm a native that's very rare. It is but to me L. As kind of like mayberry I like to I think for people who come here from other places. It's this sprawling megalopolis yeah but for me I walked down the street and I see like people from kindergarten really yeah yeah and the the same ladies who worked at the bakery when when my mother would take me when I take my son they're still there. Oh that's wonderful yeah zone. Did you grow up in. I grew up in the west side and you go Sam. Oh no you didn't I went to high school. Who Guy was that traumatic? No it wasn't it was it. It's okay because of course from someone that's from Michigan Monica from Georgia. I think Beverly Hills Nine O. Two I think of guys driving Lamborghinis as a school huge mansions was all that in the mix now television television isn't always reality yeah which is gossip for one second. Did you have any famous classmates do ooh. Let's see so David Trimmer from friends older than I was and Nick Cage H was my brothers here all my let's just take a little second there so he's probably the reason I got into acting really. I am so fascinated with him. What an interesting human being? Do you remember him in your high school. I do remember him. You know I was a freshman when he was a senior so I didn't have any interaction with him but I definitely knew who he was. Okay yeah all right now. More mom and dad do totally not in the business. My Dad was a stockbroker and my mom was a travel agent. Yeah you guys got to travel done. When you're younger it means that my mom and dad traveled we did travel though because they often right they'll have travel agents come for free just to give their stamp of approval? Yes trips and my mother would go like familiarization trips. I think it stands for straight to family. I wish so yes. She's been everywhere to travel all she has wanderlust. Yes you know that would be a good partner for me every three days. I WanNa go somewhere else so does she. I think I should introduce you. You know who else does Ted Turner Earner. I watched a sixty minutes segment on him. Jane Fonda said the hardest part about being married to him. was that every three days he's like all right. Let's get on the plane and go somewhere else. I gotTA GET OUTTA here. I can really relate to that now. Did you go directly from Beverly Hills high to Yale. I did okay. I can't imagine you know a lot about Monica and I we've invented a term called UNI file. We are unique files. We really like vs fancy schools. We're kind of obsessed with fancy schools and in Beverly Hills high on top hop of it that's kind of a one to this but yell and then ultimately Stanford Right so I started yelling at my first two years there and then I transferred to Stanford because I got a job working doing motion picture publicity for paramount for the college demographic in the bay area so I had to be the bay area so I laughed so did you have interest in the movie business but I did. I worked after college. I worked in the entertainment business doing what well. I was an assistant at an agency right trial by fire and then I did film development and then moved over to NBC and I was a baby aby executive at NBC the year that E. R. and friends both premier must see TV that was when must see tv was what a timeout now Monica's religion is obsessed with David Trimmer coming. I know who passed that but I felt got it. He plays a he's a reoccurring theme in your life. Yeah I hope somebody I guess I'm wondering how you would get from that on on that trajectory to then psychology and yeah yeah. It's a really non linear path but I think it makes sense in retrospect. I think everything that I've done God has to do with story and the human condition and so when I was working in Hollywood it was all I love story. That was why I wanted to do it. I unloved these rich human stories and when I was working on Er we had this consultant on the show who is an actual er doc and he would you know help choreograph choreograph the trauma basins and make sure that they were accurate. Sometimes we wouldn't always put a mask on George Clooney because why do you WANNA cover that face rory but everything was really really accurate on that show I mean that was because of Joe and I would spend some time in the Er with him and beyond one point he said to me. I think you like it better here than you like your job and I just I love the Er because nobody ends up in an er because something was expected. it's kind of an inflection point in people's lives when you just see people come in and they're they are and so while the show was you know great in terms of really really capturing this this human experience I think seeing it in real life was really fascinating to me and so I did go to medical school so I left. NBC I went to Stanford Stanford from a backup to Stanford to medical school. I don't know if that fits into your obsession with yeah. You're.
"lori" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Lori Gottlieb welcomed armchair expert thank you how are you doing today. I'm doing great took a long ride to get over here yeah I were. How long do you think it was? It was over an hour west side to Hollywood Hollywood on a Friday is a real beating yeah. I wasn't expecting that is your does on that side of town. It is normal commute like seven minutes. Oh aw by design no you grew up in. La Dead I'm a native that's very rare. It is but to me L. As kind of like mayberry I like to I think for people who come here from other places. It's this sprawling megalopolis yeah but for me I walked down the street and I see like people from kindergarten really yeah yeah and the the same ladies who worked at the bakery when when my mother would take me when I take my son they're still there. Oh that's wonderful yeah zone. Did you grow up in. I grew up in the west side and you go Sam. Oh no you didn't I went to high school. Who Guy was that traumatic? No it wasn't it was it. It's okay because of course from someone that's from Michigan Monica from Georgia. I think Beverly Hills Nine O. Two I think of guys driving Lamborghinis as a school huge mansions was all that in the mix now television television isn't always reality yeah which is gossip for one second. Did you have any famous classmates do ooh. Let's see so David Trimmer from friends older than I was and Nick Cage H was my brothers here all my let's just take a little second there so he's probably the reason I got into acting really. I am so fascinated with him. What an interesting human being? Do you remember him in your high school. I do remember him. You know I was a freshman when he was a senior so I didn't have any interaction with him but I definitely knew who he was. Okay yeah all right now. More mom and dad do totally not in the business. My Dad was a stockbroker and my mom was a travel agent. Yeah you guys got to travel done. When you're younger it means that my mom and dad traveled we did travel though because they often right they'll have travel agents come for free just to give their stamp of approval? Yes trips and my mother would go like familiarization trips. I think it stands for straight to family. I wish so yes. She's been everywhere to travel all she has wanderlust. Yes you know that would be a good partner for me every three days. I WanNa go somewhere else so does she. I think I should introduce you. You know who else does Ted Turner Earner. I watched a sixty minutes segment on him. Jane Fonda said the hardest part about being married to him. was that every three days he's like all right. Let's get on the plane and go somewhere else. I gotTA GET OUTTA here. I can really relate to that now. Did you go directly from Beverly Hills high to Yale. I did okay. I can't imagine you know a lot about Monica and I we've invented a term called UNI file. We are unique files. We really like vs fancy schools. We're kind of obsessed with fancy schools and in Beverly Hills high on top hop of it that's kind of a one to this but yell and then ultimately Stanford Right so I started yelling at my first two years there and then I transferred to Stanford because I got a job working doing motion picture publicity for paramount for the college demographic in the bay area so I had to be the bay area. Oh so I laughed so did you have interest in the movie business but I did. I worked after college. I worked in the entertainment business do we what will I was an assistant at an agency right trial by fire and then I did film development and then moved over to NBC and I was a baby aby executive at NBC the year that E. R. and friends both premier must see tv that was when must see TV was what a timeout now Monica's religion is obsessed with David Trimmer coming. I know who passed that but I felt got it. He plays a a reoccurring theme in your life. Yeah I hope somebody I guess I'm wondering how you would get from that on on that trajectory to then psychology and yeah yeah. It's a really non linear path but I think it makes sense in retrospect. I think everything that I've done God has to do with story and the human condition and so when I was working in Hollywood it was all I love story. That was why I wanted to do it. I unloved these rich human stories and when I was working on Er we had this consultant on the show who is an actual er doc and he would you know help choreograph choreograph the trauma basins and make sure that they were accurate. Sometimes we wouldn't always put a mask on George Clooney because why do you WanNa cover that face rory but everything was really really accurate on that show I mean that was because of Joe and I would spend some time in the Er with him and beyond one point he said to me. I think you like it better here than you like your job and I just I love the Er because nobody ends up in an er because something was expected. it's kind of an inflection point in people's lives when you just see people come in and they're they are and so while the show was you know great in terms of really really capturing this this human experience I think seeing it in real life was really fascinating to me and so I did go to medical school so I left. I went to Stanford Stanford from a backup to Stanford to medical school. I don't know if that fits into your obsession with yeah. You're.
"lori" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"This. One thing that's almost conception about therapy is that is that we have the answer right and we're withholding withholding it for some reason i have. This word taped up in my office. Ultra trepidation which is translates roughly do the habit of giving being advice outside of one's knowledge or competence and the reason that i love that word is because i may know what i would do in that situation but i don't know what you should do in that situation because i can't live your life for you so part of it is so part of it. Is there a few other reasons to one. Is that when you come in and tell me a story you're telling me the story through your lens. If other people involved in the story were also to tell me the story. I'd have so much more information that might change my advice because you're telling me this story lori and you're almost gunning for me to take a position and so if i had a broader sense of the problem by knowing what are the other the people doing in this story too i might that might alter the advice that i would give so i might be giving bad advice if i'm only giving based on your one version of the story and and the other part of it is that we want to encourage people's independence we want people to be able to make better choices in their own lives so if every time they need to make a decision they say oh. I've got asked my therapist pissed well. We're doing a disservice. It's like with your children. You want them to grow up and be able to not need you in the same way anymore. It almost feels like conception like you need them to come to this realization on their own so that they can own it and fully comprehend it for themselves rather than being told like to established some level of agency and deep self understanding self knowledge around these issues so that they can you know kind of rewire their brains to respond in a different and healthier manner right so many people are making decisions based on some historical artifact the fact that they're carrying around from their past in terms of how they think about themselves with the world like if their narrative is something like nothing will ever work out for me or their narrative is i'm unlovable. They're gonna make choices through that lands so one of the jobs of therapy is to help them see this. Is this narrative this faulty narrative that you're walking around with and it's it's influencing the way that you make decisions on a daily basis. But why can't you just tell them uh we do. Oh yeah yeah so we're not. We're not like these these ciphers who are holding back information. We want people to leave as soon as they can but we sometimes people aren't ready to hear something so you have to say it in in lots of different ways and timing and dosage pige are so important gauge that like how do you get to the point where you believe someone's ready to hear something that you've been waiting to say for a long time you floated out there air and you see what their responses and if they recoil you backtrack a little bit a you don't backtrack meaning. You don't take back what you said you say okay. I'm gonna it'd have to go in a different way or i'm going to have to time this differently. I'm gonna have to plant some seeds before. They're ready to really look at this and what's what's the process. When somebody comes into your office they sit down and they say <hes>. I'm just not fulfilled or i have some low grade anxiety or depression or i just feel a little bit lost but i don't have any identifiable childhood trauma. There's no big inciting incident. There's no precipitating event that i can you know look to as an explanation for how i feel. I'm just confused and i don't know what to do..
"lori" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Lori America malls are high. That's a shallow from a star is born. Bradley Cooper guy, quiet because it rocked the box office. I man flopped. And there is nothing more predictable. Then the flop of a movie about going to the moon that does not include Neil Armstrong planting the flag on the moon. So the shallows one I mean people have had it with ETA Americanism settle for inferred. And I know the flag is all over the astronauts. I know they show the flag on the moon. But they they cut it out. I told you it was going to happen. And I man flopped expected to the twenty million and that was a low ball number it sixteen million, and it's kind of flop. No one's going to go. I told you this I told you this was so obvious sometimes. So why do I begin with that? Because the reaction to the Donald Trump interview on CBS was also obvious people who like Trump love the interview people hate Trump hated the interview and Trump in it. Some things are predictable and obvious. Now, let me do that predictable and obvious stuff about the elections. That are coming up. I was on Al Sharpton show yesterday and got asked and I listened to. Meet the press yesterday wasn't on the panel by watching it and Stacey Abrams. He's running for governor in Georgia starting to complain about voter suppression. I said, okay, she's lost. That's over that's done. If you're complaining about voter suppression. You're conceding it you're gonna lose the election for not running on jobs or education or something. Like Scott Walker is up in Wisconsin. And the fact they have three percent unemployment in Wisconsin. Do you really want to screw around with that at all across the United States? Republican candidates are surging Kevin Kramer, has basically defeated. How you hide camp in North Dakota already. Josh Holly has already basically defeated Claire mccaskill there surging. And we want them to win by a lot. We need a repudiation of what happened to Justice cavenaugh. Michael Braun is surging in Indiana. Rick, Scott, the gover- Florida is surging even though he's repairing devastated coast and more on that in a second president's going into Montana for Matt Rosen Dale against Jon tester. I wouldn't write off John James, Jim Rene, Shirley. Vic Moore eater. Looks like Marsha Blackburn is gonna hold her Senate seat in Tennessee, Martha mcsally is surging in Arizona and voting is underway in Arizona, by the way in Doug, do she's gonna win by double digits tonight. I don't think it's going to be close. Kristen cinema has been exposed as a hard left wing radical as recently as eight years ago, her do over if not gonna work in dean Heller in Nevada, you could have the Republicans win four or five net plus seat NBA fifty six Republicans because the country is rejecting. Vomiting out actually, the the angriness the despicable politics of personal destruction and the attacks on Trump. It just makes them crazy now to turn on morning Joe and see the hand wringing about sixty minutes interview, which frankly, very, entertaining and interesting in a real glimpse of the president as he thinks one story has got to be talked about today. F twenty two's are the greatest fighter in the world ever created. They're very expensive. I believe is one hundred and fifty million dollars per point. We only have two hundred of them something like that. The greatest they're stealthy. They could beat any name. They can be the shipper hornet. They can beat any Russian jet any Chinese jet. The F twenty two of our best, and we should have made six hundred of them. But we shut the line down prematurely. Obama, of course. For whatever reason inexplicable to me seventeen F twenty two's where laughed at Tyndall air fare space. And their conditions unknown which says to me likely badly damaged that is the equivalent of losing eight cruisers at a naval engagement. The cost of that is staggering. The accountability of it is going to be severe by bringing that up because last night, the president was talking about general secretary of defense Mattis. Here's what he said. Cut number three. What about General Mattis is he going to leave? Well, I don't know his and told me that relationship with it could be that. He is. I think he's sort of a democrat. If you want to know the truth, but General Mattis is a good guy. We get along very, well, he may leave. I mean at some point everybody leaves everybody's people leave that's Washington that is by the way completely true. Even during the early days of the war when the early days of the war. The war has been going on since two thousand and one is not two thousand eighteen seventeen year war now in Afghanistan and Iraq and Syria. We're fighting Islamist extremism around the world for seventeen years. Early in the war six years into the war w doesn't get to leave. But people left w. And I always I always shook my head is like George Marshall walking off. The fire Don Rumsfeld editor replacement after the two thousand six election. That's not that's not leaving. But some eight voluntarily left in the middle of the war. I thought what if George Marshall left during World War Two really got started in thirty nine. Marshall, just stayed and stayed and stayed never complained. I the professionals in the military never leave. But. Everybody does leave. And now, I'm thinking. General Mattis secretary of defense Mattis, and it's important to refer to them as secdef because he's a civilian. He's not a general. Have to have to look at losing seventeen. F twenty two's and say who is that on? Who is responsible for that? That is a that is a strategic loss the idea of seventeen f twenty two fighters, they are not stoppable. They are not they are front line of defense. It's it's just unimaginable. That they left them at that air force base. And service culture and accountability of the navy fired five senior admirals last year over three collisions and grounding senior admirals. That's the navy's. Culture of accountability. I don't know what the air force is. But I think secretary Mattis has to be looking in the mirror this morning. Thank god. All that money. I got seventeen on replaceable. F twenty two's were left at ten dollars. I just can't I can't even describe you. What that means? So what did the president say about kashogi? This is a brutal story. It's a horrible probable murder. I have no idea who did it on whose orders. I have no idea if it actually occurred at the Turkish embassy, the Turks say it did at the Saudi consulate in Turkey, and the Turks say it did suggesting that they can spy but air to one is a bad guy to understand that. Here's what the president said. Cut number nine. Jamal kashogi the journalists. Journalists was he murdered by the Saudis and did the prince give the order to kill him. Nobody knows yet. But we'll probably be able to find out it's being investigated. It's being looked at very very strongly. We would be very upset angry. If that were the case as of this moment, they deny it denied vehemently. Could it be them? Yes. Jared son-in-law's got on the phone and asked the prince did he did he deny deny it? They denied every way you can imagine in the dot com distant future. I think we'll know an answer. What are your options? Let's say they did what are your options? Would you consider imposing sanctions as a bipartisan group of senators had proposed? What depends on what the sanctions give you an example. They are ordering military everybody in the world one of that order Russia. Wanted it China wanted it we wanted it. We got it. So would you cut that on what what I don't wanna do Boeing Lockheed Raytheon all these? I don't want to hurt jobs. I don't want to lose an order like that. There are other ways of how to shame. To use a word. That's a pretty harsh words, but a shoe tell everybody what's at stake here. This is a lotta shake. There's a lot at stake and. Maybe especially so because this man was a reporter too something you'll be surprised to hear me say that if something really terrible and disgusting about that. If that were the case, so we're gonna have to see we're going to get to the bottom of it. And there will be severe punishment. All right. So that is exactly the right thing to say, we don't know we're going to get to the bottom of it. It's disgusting that it's a report a terrific. And so the president is learning how to do these things he was interrupted like a thousand times by Leslie Stahl. But we'll come back to that. Today, we begin week three of my campaign, urging you to support the alliance defending freedom. This is the mob versus jobs election is also the judges election. It's the Justice cavenaugh election, the premier religious freedom organization, the United States as alliance defending freedom senior counsel, Jim Campbell tells us he was started by people like James, Dobson and Marlin Maddox, and it was really just a response as these gentlemen, and others like them looked out and saw there were a lot of challenges to religious freedom. And they didn't see anyone out there to defend it. So they said we're going to address this problem by putting together this new organization, and so for the last twenty five years, we've been defending religious freedom and defending freedom of speech around the country to church this weekend. You went to master's I did on Saturday or the Presbyterian church on Sunday or you went to Jewish services or you went to a temple or a mosque. It needs to be defended from secular attacks. Call eight six six seven hundred ten sixty or visit hughhewitt dot com at the very top of my homepage on.
"lori" Discussed on Self Made Man
"Is about what she did next how she turned her pain in her passion into her life's mission how she created and launched her first business and how she's gone on to build a massive tribe of women around the world make sure you listen to the end of this interview because it's filled with some absolutely amazing takeaways when it comes to working with your spouse building business together can add a completely new set of challenges to the mix that few couples can overcome successfully but lori and her husband have managed to do exactly that she's going to share some very specific strategies that they use to communicate and work together through the stresses that they encounter and how they've continued to grow together as a couple and business partners for the past decade there are certainly lessons in this episode when it comes to this topic that i will remember forever and definitely put to use win and if i ever have that opportunity at i think you will feel the same way now before we dive in with laurie i wanna make you guys aware of a brand new class that were holding right now on bitcoin an crypto assets personally been involved in the crypto spaces twenty thirteen so it is a world that i know a lot about and if you'd like to educate yourself more when it comes to bitcoin crypto and this incredible opportunity that's taking place right now in this new emerging market we're holding a brand new masterclass right now that will provide you with the knowledge that you need to get involved in this industry before it is too late you can learn more about it by going to self made men dot com ford slash crypto that self made man dot com slash crypto make sure you check it out before we pull it down and with that being said please welcome lori harder will only harder welcome to the show is a pleasure to have you here today i'm excited to be here thank you for having me absolutely we've got a bunch of entrepreneur friends in common especially in the fitness industry were you've obviously made your mark but as you and i have gotten a chance to to briefly get to know each other it's pretty obvious that obviously.
"lori" Discussed on RobinLynne
"From lori because of you catholic maybe not to ride but real from pacini got a semi coaching party rolex mccracken them something tendencies nose rings in the company repercussions we come marlene peak.
"lori" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
"Lori mom jio two all and no two yeah three john yes.
"lori" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
"Lori glad i had a drag on lorde yeah the no ellen ripley no all sexy girl yeah mm but mm and two ooh through the man you don't need her laura in the end the closed then akg with man no three the laura two one rahman johny srouji the patch the the.