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"lucille roberts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On Wall Street time for the Tri state business report with Bloomberg said Cory office vacancies in Manhattan jumped to a 21st century record in 2020. The covert 19 pandemic froze new rental deals and sub lease opening sword last year ended with a 15% vacancy rate up from 11% in 2019. It was the highest in data going back to 1999, according to a report by Seville's, a global investment firm is purchased a 99 year lease on an office building in Manhattan's meatpacking district for about $230 million. Dow Jones Reports Meadow Partners closed late last year on 8 60 Washington Street. The towers known for a Tesla's showroom on the ground floor. And office. Timmons that include Ali Baba Will sources tell Bloomberg of the new owners of New York Sports clubs and Lucille Roberts $12 million in new financing, They say the vehicle that bought that Jim's out of bankruptcy in November is offering some of the company's pre filing lenders a chance to buy four million new shares at 50 cents each at your Bloomberg Tri State business Report. My maid Corey. Alright, thank you. It is Fivethirtyeight on Wall Street and Bloomberg radios on there from San Francisco to New York, London to Hong Kong. Let's check in with our global news team. Some of the top stories heard on our 300 affiliate radio stations around the world. Gino Serve Eddie and for WBBM in Chicago. I'm reporting that the number of workers heading into their offices continues to shrink from pre covert 19 levels. I'm corny Donahoe on Karel de in Dallas. Milk prices surge after the USDA extensive food aid program I'm Caroline had cold Blue baby baby dish away Jerry London with putting on business complaints that the chancellor is planned for it. Sisters during the new lockdown is simply not enough. I'm Steve Polo Scan on 10 10 wins in New York. We're talking about the end. Why SC thinking about reversing its reversal of its original plan to delist large Chinese telecom companies. I made Gauri on W W. J in Detroit. I'm reporting General Motors will reportedly build two electric crossovers for 104 years. Those were some of the stories.
"lucille roberts" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Good morning to you. Time is 5 36 in the morning at 700 wlw. Oh Lord. Vaccine news. What's new in vaccine news? Probably rolled this out in France and We beat ourselves up. You know when things don't go smoothly. They in the first week of inoculated grand Total of 500 people. And they say based on the population basically would work out to zero and a good percentage of you know the French don't want it anyway. But there Rollout has been just a mess from top to bottom. Like nobody knows who's in charge. In other countries around 200,000 in Germany under 50,000 in the U. K 500 people in Germany In the first think five days. The vaccine being available. And we'll get into this more in the last hour this morning in the back and forth about the difference between covert in the flu and people insisting of the same thing, and this came up yesterday, so I did a little work and I'll the bump that Probably 806 this morning. Blow off work for that one. All right. So what do we got ahead first market From yesterday Things were up. Things are looking better. And then it's traffic, Weather and sports 700 wlw Cincinnati available everywhere with the I. Heart Radio up now number one for podcasting, 700 wlw and I Heart radio station. Money, money, money, money. I mean, hello, sure is fun to eat. Here is the latest from the street. It's time for the Bloomberg market minute on 700 wlw. Now sad futures are falling this morning after Democrats took one Senate seat in the Georgia run off elections, investors are awaiting results of the second run off that will determine control of the chamber and the fate of President elect Joe Biden's agenda. If Democrats prevailed, the thinking goes that it will usher in more spending, too. Support economic growth and bring tougher antitrust scrutiny to the text. Giants. Fewer workers air heading back to the office looking at the nation's 10 biggest business district's just over 17% of those that were at the office before covert 19 were back at their desks last week that was down from just over 21%. The week before New York City area had 9.4% of its pre covert levels of workers back at their desks last week, the numbers come from Castle Systems. Which tracks employee security card swipes New York sports clubs and Lucille Roberts won't be throwing in the towel as the gym's new lender. Owners seek two million and financing which will cover operations for 2021. Gina, Serve 80 Bloomberg radio. Just about 5, 40, Chuck and groom Standing by. Good morning to you. Good morning, Mike. Don't you live? Not bad at all. That issue with Tanya Roberts, who was reported to have died and then was reported to have been alive and then unfortunately passed away again. Yes, same thing. Was a former Miss Virginia was declared dead from covert 19 and came back to life. Really? Barbara Guthrie Lay. She was Miss Virginia and 1958. Into the hospital in Georgia. Trouble breathing and all that. Hospital first called her son with a heart breaking news that she had died. And He was tearfully reaching out to other relatives to tell them what happened. We got another phone call from the hospital, saying his mother now had a pulse again. And I guess he's a physician it as a physician, I would say without hesitation is only one word for what happened over the past week, a miracle I would say a screw up. I went from being miserable and heartbroken to being overjoyed. So she's still living. She's still living. Yeah, huh? Yeah. Uh, let's see said remarkable turn of events taught him at least one thing I've always loved. This is the husband here. I've always loved. My wife didn't realize exactly how much until this happened. Now I realize I can't live without her so Yes, he is back. Welcome back to life. Former Miss Virginia Barbara Guthrie Lay She's gonna attractive, lady. Hmm. I guess so. She was Miss Virginia. Correct. 19 what you say 50. 58 58? Yeah. So congratulations. I guess Now how many times in your life If you say Congratulations, coming back to life and gradually, exactly Lord all right. What we have going on traffic was anything couple problems early this morning from the UC Help Traffic center, the U. C. Health Weight loss Center offers solutions for life changing weight loss visit. You see how calm slashed weight loss, too. Take the next step. There's an accident on ready at Seymour. There's possible injuries there then in stone, like township crews are working with.
"lucille roberts" Discussed on WTVN
"Elections, investors are awaiting results of the second run off that will determine control of the chamber and the fate of President elect Joe Biden's agenda. If Democrats prevailed, the thinking goes that it Will usher in more spending to support economic growth and bring tougher antitrust scrutiny to the tech giant's fewer workers air heading back to the office looking at the nation's 10 biggest business district's just over 17% of those that were at the office before covert 19 were back at their desks last week that was down from just over 21%. The week before New York City area had 9.4% of its pre coded levels of workers back at their desks last week, the numbers come from Castle Systems. Which tracks employees. Security card swipes New York sports clubs and Lucille Roberts won't be throwing in the towel as the gym's new lender. Owners seek two million in financing which will cover operations for 2021. Gina, Serve 80 Bloomberg Radio. Good Wednesday morning, everyone Thanks for joining us from the cold, Marc Feet, studio. I'm day old man. You know, this is the Ohio Dragnet. The voice. You know, with the news you trust well. Corn, beans and wheat all finished higher yesterday from the corn side of things, it has to do a little bit with continued. China's demand and weather also announced side markets. It looks like the Wall Street Journal reporting, OPEC and Russia agreed to keep oil production steady until the end of February. On the bean side of things, it was mainly the oil market that drove it higher. That would be soybean oil, palm oil and Canola, and it looks like on wait. It wasn't speculation it was actually demand that drove the wheat higher there, but it had been following corn and beans for days. Today's markets brought to you by seed consultant simply better overnight. We have march corn up nine and three quarters. March beans up. 28 1 quarter in July Wheat up 3.5. This is the Ohio Agneta attention drivers.
"lucille roberts" Discussed on Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast
"Hello. Hello everyone. Hello, beautiful. So good to see you. I'm so excited that you're going to join us today and Thursday. Introduced my special guest today Angela her SE, honi. So awesome. So we have a great interview today with Angela where I'm going to read her bio in just a moment. You'll see a c p c p which is certified permanent cosmetic professional after Angela's name because she is also the current president of the Society of permanent cosmetic professionals. She started her career change as a tattoo artist and was thrust into permanent makeup work when she had her lips tattoo to cover up a childhood scar. She's apprenticed as a tattoo artist in Brooklyn New York in June nineteen, ninety seven and was introduced to him you permanent makeup in two thousand and three and decided to retire from body Tattooing in 2012 to focus on permanent cosmetics and she joined the society permanent cosmetic Professionals in 2018. And again, like we said she is currently the president and the name I don't have it here of is it Flawless? Beauty is the name of your song? Yeah close. So I joined the s p c p I think in 2013, but I got on the board in 2018 and our Spas Flawless permanent cosmetics and Spa in Staten Island, New York wage. Ye, so obviously you guys probably can see the New York connection and know that again. I've known Angela for a long time and she has again you can see such a ray of experience with so fantastic is she also is really good at just giving you that information like she's an open book. She's very relatable. So I think you're going to find this interview very helpful, but I'm Angela. Thank you for being here. Welcome. Welcome. Why don't you tell me about that transition from traditional tattoo artists to permanent cosmetic and how that was different for you. And yeah, so I guess the shortest way to do this long story is that I didn't have an intention of being a tattoo artist at all. I was going to school for criminology jobs and I was actually working as a aerobics instructor at a Lucille Roberts and there was this girl in my class who was just like covered in tattoos and we're talking Nineteen Ninety Six when language did not have tattoos and I just thought she was so cool. And I was I wasn't even 18 at the time yet and I became friends with her. She was a tattoo artist and she kind of ushered me into tattooing kind of life in an apprenticeship where I really didn't know what was going on. It was like, you know, hey, can you do this for me? If you do that from you, can you grab this for me before? I knew it I was tattooing and I'm like, oh my God, what am I doing? And so fast. I was working as a tattoo artist because we were military we're moving around and you know, it's hard to find work and army guys always want to add to his right. So there's always work available for that long. And I was at a barbecue and I have this big scar right here on my lip. I got burnt when I was a kid and they kept you know, we're at a barbecue drinking eating putting lipstick on and this girl comes over to me when other Army Wives and she's like, you know, I see that you keep doing that and I said, yeah a scar and she said well, you know, why don't you let me make that permanent for you and I was like, what do you do to my face? And she was like, yeah. Yeah actually but okay, you know, like this was like two thousand three. I have not six years tattooing. I never occurred to me. So I went and had it done and kind of fell in love with the process and I learned to enjoy her and the rest is kind of History. So I didn't there wasn't a transition really it was kind of like I was forced into one and then I just kind of the other one throw it on top of me. That's so funny. And so a lot has changed since that time right and so much has changed in our industry. It's always evolving. What do you see? Is one of the biggest struggles for permanent cosmetic artist growing and starting a business. What do you find is like one of their key struggles. One of the struggles is already kind of almost over. I think that let's say let's go back five years or even ten years where the permanent makeup industry and the tattoo industry was so far apart and nobody wanted to share information and everybody was kind of faith that everything was so different and there were those of us that fought to say like know we're brothers and sisters, you know, we're we're not twins. We're like eyebrows. We're not sisters not twins, you know, and now off with all of these companies coming together and marrying tattooing world with permanent makeup world. I think it's gotten so much easier for artists to kind of come into the business and get good quality products suck at training all that kind of stuff. So I think that the harder things that were there for us have gotten a little easier for new artists, but now of course with its popularity, it's how do you stand out in the crowd like how long Rise yourself above everyone else that's around you and be different, right? Yeah. Absolutely. So do you have an element that leads me right to the next one? So what are your tips or what have you found works for you? Because everybody's going to have to find their own secret sauce, right and that's actually one of the things that we do and now they program is help people find what's unique and different about them and package that up. But what have you found works for you? Yeah. So I feel like everyone has their own style. Everyone has their own personality. I see and I tell people all the time that like just because like I maybe I could win every award that was ever given to permanent makeup artists came across the world and I'm the best time to make up artist ever, but if you don't like me or you don't like my work then I'm not the artist for you. And so I feel like my dad always used to say that there's a but for every seat I feel like that's very true. And so if you you know kind of stick to your style and not try to copy other people that there's going to be a natural kind of flow that comes to you instead of somebody else. Even when I'm teaching I like to teach the technique I like to teach the basics and the technical skills. And if I tell my students, you know figure out who you are your thoughts on was going to be different than my brown we could work right next door to each other and you're going to have your own following. Yeah. I love that. I love that so good. It's one of those like basic things of might be true to who you are. But it's awful. It's so easy to say sometimes but so hard to do to really find our value and do the hard work of looking inside like we want to just say, oh well that's working for them. Let me do that or that's working for them and down works for them might not work for you. Right especially if you're in a different market. So if you're in a market where somebody is like the industry is different or maybe they're a little behind the times or just all kinds of things that don't come into play what also would you say is one of the things that helped you grow like maybe a something that you take an obstacle that you had to overcome or Triumph dead. That has helped you grow. It's a great question and it's going to sound like a total as PCP plug but it's the truth. You know, I've always had two loves. So my first love was criminology forensics things like that. That's what I was going to school for and tattooing for me was the job that I had to get me through school and gave me the flexibility, you know with having children and moving and all that stuff and talk to me. It was not going to be my career. But as I became so in love with it that I got to a point where it was like fifty fifty like I loved them both so much and like what do I do wrong? And I think it was like 2015. Maybe we were in Orlando born as PCP been. I was hanging out with Karen beds and we were kind of talking it was time for finals and stuff. And so like I was stressed out and you know, we were talking about that.
Interview with Angela Torresiani
"Hello everyone. Hello, beautiful. So good to see you. I'm so excited that you're going to join us today and Thursday. Introduced my special guest today Angela her SE, honi. So awesome. So we have a great interview today with Angela where I'm going to read her bio in just a moment. You'll see a c p c p which is certified permanent cosmetic professional after Angela's name because she is also the current president of the Society of permanent cosmetic professionals. She started her career change as a tattoo artist and was thrust into permanent makeup work when she had her lips tattoo to cover up a childhood scar. She's apprenticed as a tattoo artist in Brooklyn New York in June nineteen, ninety seven and was introduced to him you permanent makeup in two thousand and three and decided to retire from body Tattooing in 2012 to focus on permanent cosmetics and she joined the society permanent cosmetic Professionals in 2018. And again, like we said she is currently the president and the name I don't have it here of is it Flawless? Beauty is the name of your song? Yeah close. So I joined the s p c p I think in 2013, but I got on the board in 2018 and our Spas Flawless permanent cosmetics and Spa in Staten Island, New York wage. Ye, so obviously you guys probably can see the New York connection and know that again. I've known Angela for a long time and she has again you can see such a ray of experience with so fantastic is she also is really good at just giving you that information like she's an open book. She's very relatable. So I think you're going to find this interview very helpful, but I'm Angela. Thank you for being here. Welcome. Welcome. Why don't you tell me about that transition from traditional tattoo artists to permanent cosmetic and how that was different for you. And yeah, so I guess the shortest way to do this long story is that I didn't have an intention of being a tattoo artist at all. I was going to school for criminology jobs and I was actually working as a aerobics instructor at a Lucille Roberts and there was this girl in my class who was just like covered in tattoos and we're talking Nineteen Ninety Six when language did not have tattoos and I just thought she was so cool. And I was I wasn't even 18 at the time yet and I became friends with her. She was a tattoo artist and she kind of ushered me into tattooing kind of life in an apprenticeship where I really didn't know what was going on. It was like, you know, hey, can you do this for me? If you do that from you, can you grab this for me before? I knew it I was tattooing and I'm like, oh my God, what am I doing? And so fast. I was working as a tattoo artist because we were military we're moving around and you know, it's hard to find work and army guys always want to add to his right. So there's always work available for that long. And I was at a barbecue and I have this big scar right here on my lip. I got burnt when I was a kid and they kept you know, we're at a barbecue drinking eating putting lipstick on and this girl comes over to me when other Army Wives and she's like, you know, I see that you keep doing that and I said, yeah a scar and she said well, you know, why don't you let me make that permanent for you and I was like, what do you do to my face? And she was like, yeah. Yeah actually but okay, you know, like this was like two thousand three. I have not six years tattooing. I never occurred to me. So I went and had it done and kind of fell in love with the process and I learned to enjoy her and the rest is kind of History. So I didn't there wasn't a transition really it was kind of like I was forced into one and then I just kind of the other one throw it on top of me. That's so funny. And so a lot has changed since that time right and so much has changed in our industry. It's always evolving. What do you see? Is one of the biggest struggles for permanent cosmetic artist growing and starting a business. What do you find is like one of their key struggles. One of the struggles is already kind of almost over. I think that let's say let's go back five years or even ten years where the permanent makeup industry and the tattoo industry was so far apart and nobody wanted to share information and everybody was kind of faith that everything was so different and there were those of us that fought to say like know we're brothers and sisters, you know, we're we're not twins. We're like eyebrows. We're not sisters not twins, you know, and now off with all of these companies coming together and marrying tattooing world with permanent makeup world. I think it's gotten so much easier for artists to kind of come into the business and get good quality products suck at training all that kind of stuff. So I think that the harder things that were there for us have gotten a little easier for new artists, but now of course with its popularity, it's how do you stand out in the crowd like how long Rise yourself above everyone else that's around you and be
"lucille roberts" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"6 40 on and welcome back to coast to coast George Noory with you, Dr Scott Keller with us as we talk about the Edgar Casey Foundation and some of the incredible Health practices. Scott has been practicing through a R E. That's the Association for Research and Enlightenment. We're going to take your calls next hour with Scott and he made you a reading or two about yourself A cz. Well, tell us about some of these miraculous experiences you've had Scott Oh, my goodness. Well, great, great, great topic. No, There's been so many, but I think one of the ones that I really like that stands out. Is the story, my friend Georgie Anna, Actually, she she had an accident on a bike, and she she heard her lower back. She was working at Lucille Roberts teaching the button got classes, and she was on her way to work one day and she got hit by a car and her lower back that really jacked up and she started. She stopped menstruating No. Three or four months, she said. We now have a period examiner. See, Obviously, her hips have been knocked out of the line on her lower back was all twist in tons of nerve compression. So I did some treatments for her period returned the next month. Everything is normalized. She goes back to was still, Robert tells the Lord's portion of her female contingency. She's got this great doctor work on anything to do with female reproductive problems. Right. Well, I guess this woman Jennifer Jennifer plots you'll never forget it for a long time ago, probably around the early 2000 area, Andi. She says. My husband and I have been trying to have a baby. And she was having a hard time holding the two terms should spontaneously losing the child. Come on in. Let's take a look at you. She comes into the center and obviously the whole lower back is twisted in this tons of, you know, the same kind of issue is with Georgie and start doing treatments for her. We start loading her up with Castor oil passed to start doing some of the electoral life electric light in the ultraviolet waves in that Pacey recommended for situations like this. And wouldn't you know it? Jennifer becomes pregnant. And she holds the baby sperm and she has wonderful, wonderful child whom urban So my life is years after that she would take a picture of not only urban but three other guys from the Christmas tree every year and send me a picture of the Christmas card saying Dr Keller. I was so all my friends my part that got me pregnant. My love. I love you. You know, there's just in big ways. That story, though, actually had fun. Urban came a football player who was playing J V football. And I tell you, they're total tasting families because urban started to get Epileptic seizures because he was half back and running his head straight into the line, You know, compressing all those nerves and his upper cervical. Mine, and he started to have a seizure disorder. So she, of course Center for boredom in years later, I find that must have been about 12 13 14 years later. I guess we start doing treatments on his neck. And of course, I wouldn't tell the story of there was a happy ending, right? The seizures stopped and you know he was It was fine after that, But I have to recommend that kids who have any kind of predilection of predisposing tendencies towards anything related to seizure disorders or attention issues that Not consistently Ram. The head had gotten the sense of line news, Jeff How do you use astrology with what you do, Scott? Well, you know what I like I said earlier. On our last segment, Georgia have the luxury of using a lot of adjunctive and metaphysical. Therapies and diagnostic tools that not everybody has the luxury of using. So I tell everybody and all my lectures that I do I say the same thing. It had nine years of medical entire attack training in almost 30 years of in practice experience. I get more information from the person's natal birth chart on diabetic profile in 10 minutes when I do from all those 30 some odd years of clinical experience. The question you have to ask yourself is why, well body's made up of 80% fluids. All it will return form of lymphatic fluid, cerebral spinal like blood. Whatever it is, it's all in. Fluid form, and all the celestial bodies in the universe have a heavily weighted gravity and an ionic charge in the magnetism to them all effects, the neurological structure, so insurance the moment We take our first breast off smash your rear end and we enter the Michael brochure from the chaos. Influences and paint themselves into our neurological top structures, giving us all our likes or dislikes tendencies and all the things that make us who we are. So 8.2 billion of us on planet currently 8.2 billion different enzymatic makeups and 8.2 billion different protein synthesis reaction. The same is true about needle truck There are uniquely are So I get the luxury of being able to see a lot of people's tendencies. We also get a chance to see any kind of predisposing factors that might lead to understand why they're you know they're predisposed towards a certain disease or dysfunction. So as astrology allows us in print. Those are the risks. Iveta is more like the light falls. That shines hard energy on how we do that without express ourselves on the day today, you know our our base. Well, Scott, when inter case he did his readings. He was in a trance like state wasn't he was lying down. Kind of almost napping. And then he would just talk and tell people about certain things who was giving him the information Spirit guides or what was he tapping into? Indeed he was, You know, George, I love that. You have always been such a great proponent of Casey, and you mentioned them over the years. Casey. First of all, we think it's I think it's important and honorable mention that he is our father of natural medicine in our modern hearing he's done with that title. Yeah, I mean, and all the people come to my lectures over the years at Airey. I say the same thing. He tapped into Universal Court of information. I don't know necessarily that it matters how we Label it whether it's you know, a cosmic conveyor belt of information that we get to jump on or if it's guys bouncing in. I mean, I don't know, but I do know that it's one thing. One thing is certain. It's extra sensory, and it's beyond what we know in the physical Maya base. No Earth down world. Go. That's why I think I was called to do this work because being from that same type of energy with my family and having some natural intuitive abilities and having the luxury of being a physician at the same time, it's great. Great advantage of being able to help people, and I think that's one of the reasons why I had so much success. Chiropractic is very respected nowadays, but I remember back in the sixties and seventies. It wasn't in. My theory is it was because the insurance companies didn't want to pay you folks. And so I kind of blacklisted. It is not insurable practice. You know, it's so funny. You say that, you know, I graduated in 93. I remember when I was in school between 89 graduate school between 89 93. Where'd you go to school? For that? By the way, New York Affiliate of Columbia Med is a nice one out here in ST Louis called Logan College. Oh, yes, very famous, very, very credible. Um.
"lucille roberts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Se's frontman Robyn Pick an old stops by to talk about their new album Shore, and we'll hear a few tracks, plus a conversation about the sandwich generation or the adults raising Children while taking care of their aging parents. This's w E. C. H T and AM New York. This is all of it. From W N. Y C. M. L. Stewart coming up Director Julie Taymor on her new film, The Gloria's based on Gloria Steinem's 2015 memoir, My Life on the Road, and then later listeners we want to hear from you. Did you watch last night's debate? What were your reactions and what do you want to see next time? If there is a next time our lines will be open at 6464357280. You can always wait on on social media are Twitter and Instagram handles at all of it. You see David Gora, MSNBC anchor and correspondent will join us to break down the first debate of the 2020 presidential election and will offer us a special musical surprise as well. We'll get to all of it. I'm Alison Stewart and I'll meet you on the other side of the news. Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying the words standby have members of Congress on both sides of the aisle rattle today, President Trump uttered that in last night's debate. When he seemed to refuse to tell white supremacist to stand down if the outcome of the November election was still uncertain, Republican Senator Tim Scott says he's willing to give Trump The benefit of the doubt for now. I'm thinking this book. I think you should correct because it works because he didn't. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had a lot more to say about the matter as she blasted the president for failing to outright condemn white supremacist during the debate. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports. It was one of a string of fiercely contentious moments between Trump and his Democratic rival, former vice President Joe Biden. Instead of condemning white supremacist groups. During last night's debate, the president hesitated and directed a statement toward an extremist group called The Proud Boy's telling them to quote, Stand back and stand by. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded to Trump's remarks today on MSNBC. It was really a sad night for our country and that the president of the United States would not disassociate himself from Ah White supremist some Indian terrorist country. I lost a lot of sleep last night. Pelosi also blasted Trump for casting doubt on the integrity of the November election. Trump has repeatedly claimed without evidence that voting by mail will lead to fraud. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington The GOP led Senate Judiciary Committee is questioning former FBI director James Comey about his role leading the bureau's probe into connections between Russia. And the Trump campaign in 2016 Chairman Lindsey Graham, Reference warrant requested to monitor former Trump Advisor Carter Page and warning Americans privacy in general is in jeopardy. Every American should be worried about this. This is not just an abuse of power against Mr Page and the Trump campaign. This is a system failure. And you could be next. A new poll finds a majority of U. S households with Children are facing serious financial problems during the Corona virus pandemic. Here's NPR's retook Chatterjee. The NPR poll found that 60% of households with Children have lost jobs businesses or have had their wages or ours reduced during the pandemic is result. They're facing serious financial problems. That's putting an enormous amount of stress on parents as psychologist Anna Johnson of Georgetown University who wasn't involved in the poll, The parents are stressed their short tempered, you know, irritable, frustrated when parents are stressed, she says it trickles down to their kids. The NPR poll found that 60% of parents are having trouble caring for their Children. And 35% say they're struggling to support their kids adjust to major life changes. That's NPR's Rito Chatterjee. You're listening to NPR news. And this, says W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm David first Mayor de Blasio says public schools in covert 19 clusters have not seen an increase in infections more than 800 public school buildings are now open for in person learning. That's as Corona virus cases increase in nine zip codes in south Brooklyn and parts of Queens. But the name the mayor says data show closing schools in those areas is not necessary right now. We have a very unusual situation here where we have an uptick in a discreet set of zip codes. And we are not seeing an interconnection to our public school system. So Health officials have set up additional testing sites in and near schools where the infection rate recently spiked and the mayor is asking all New Yorkers to get tested. New York's attorney general, is suing the parent company of New York Sports Club and Lucille Roberts for charging do's and blocking customers from canceling memberships, while Jim's were closed due to the pandemic. Talyn Sports International froze membership fees in April, but Leticia James says the company began charging again in September despite many gyms in New York City remaining closed. James also accused the company of refusing to issue what refunds or credits for dues and fees charged in March and April when Jim's first closed down Her office is seeking a temporary restraining order barring the company from charging DUIs two members whose gyms are still closed and from charging cancellation fees. Town Sports international has not responded.
"lucille roberts" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Named Lady and black mouth Curries about £120. And his name is Arlo. My cocker coats, soft stuff. They're both really soft code and my dogs don't have any problems because they eat what they needed. The I n O V. I p that divided like corn, A multi vitamin right over there. The omega three fatty acids. Flax think fell for the digestive enzymes that are cooked out. A regular dog food will be scooping. Dina vied onto the food, then sport Mallika chops in the fish oil. They start selling China fight is nutrition. You won't believe how happy your dog will be. It's a lot of stops doing on dog. I get my dad a bite at piano. B i t e dot com Corona. Virus restrictions in one state have been rejected in court. A federal judge has struck down Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe's pandemic restrictions that asked people to stay at home play size limits on gatherings and ordered non life sustaining businesses to shut down, calling them unconstitutional. U S District Judge Williams Stick men, the fourth excited with the plaintiffs. That included hair salons drive in movie theaters of farmers market vendor and several Republican officeholders who sued as individuals. Wolf has lifted many of the restrictions since the lawsuit was filed in May, But his administration has maintained some capacity restrictions and limitations. I'm Shelly Adler, the company that runs New York Sports Club, Washington Sports Club and Lucille Roberts gyms. Wow for bankruptcy protection. The Corona virus has forced gyms to shut down. Gold's gym filed for bankruptcy protection in May I made Donahue AP News Mike Jackson outdoors casting lines, probably saving lives. Good morning. Like, you know, there's nothing better than those silky pipes of yours with the big old Cup of coffee and started Sunday morning and then talking about private airport. You know, it's interesting is that it's not just what I used you spending in casting, but it's ah, tremendous Valium for me without having a doctor's prescription, Jack, you know, we found that on that's kind of a little bit of time on the show today because Team involved about five years ago with a program called Project Waters Fly fishing, and we kind of found of medical medical studies have proven that fishing is a form of alternative form of therapy, behaviorally and physically as well. So we've found that same thing with veteran population about particularly stable population. Listen to Mike Jackson outdoors every Sunday morning from 8 to 9 A.m. right here on Chicago's smart talk Do.
"lucille roberts" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Sinbad was My Secret Service agent is a sin, but just a talking on Twitter last week. It's funny how much play that he really did. Who played the president that movie? But like my book, Bill Clinton had a cameo on and then on my father. Well, it was it was about the kid more than anything else. And then Sinbad is the Secret Service agent. I was also ah, in mighty docks. That's how I know you want that right? Mighty ducks with millions, So I played Gordon Bombay. I played young Emilio Estevez. I opened the movie All that sort of stuff. You know, It's funny because I feel like I've seen you before, and I have got. How about that? Well, it's great to meet you. Yeah, well, it's great to be here. And another thing is I'm 39 years old. I turned 40 in November, which means Time is on my side. Yeah, No, you've got that true young, Very young candidate. Well, listen, We wish you the best of luck. Thank you for coming in and stop on by when you have an opportunity. It's good to see you looking up folks. Brock Pierce, running for president on the independent party line here in New York state, at the very least, that maybe other states. Good luck to you, sir. Thank you on the Bernie and sensual be well, coming right back. Chapter 11 72. Partly cloudy. I'm Deborah balance. Now What's trending on 77 W A. B, c and w abc radio dot com. Jonah over New York sports clubs, including Lucille Roberts says it's filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The company says members will not recognize a breakin service during the transition, though Repairs to the empty Zeph tunnel.
"lucille roberts" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"I'd like you to say more about that. Yes. So I think that's something. First of all that anecdotally, I feel I feel a little bit more loyalty to a small local fitness studio or even small local gym chain tonight necessarily something that is a franchise that's big and it's everywhere I'll you know everywhere around the country but it's something that I also heard when I spoke to one one particular CEO of A. Fitness Software Company called fit grid They're kind of like a the way. I. Would probably describe it although I don't know if they would describe it. This way is like a salesforce for boutique fitness studios they provide customer management software, and they also provide some streaming services and streaming video integrations with zoom and that sort of thing. So they've really tried to help more finished geos, get online and in particularly during this pandemic. In the antibiotic said something similar to me, which is that there with their seeing is that people would feel a little bit more loyalty. If things ever quote unquote, go back to normal towards a small boutique studio or a place where they feel like they have a relationship versus one of the the bigger chains and the bigger chains are suffering during the pandemic. I've been following some of the reports in the Wall Street Journal about this twenty, four hour fitness worldwide Gold's gym. They filed for chapter eleven during this time New York Sports, club Lucille, Roberts they're not doing so well No there are exceptions to that when you think about something like planet fitness planet fitness is. Ten dollars a month. It's super cheap. They don't offer like basketball courts or pools or fancy classes right? They just they have a lot of weight machines. They tend to be much bigger spaces and for some people that ten dollars a month is like a somewhat negligible cost. So maybe in the long term, a chain like that might actually still be able to keep afloat because people will feel like it's worth it to pay that kind of cost to have the chance to occasionally go into a gym. Lift weights. Yeah otherwise. I. Think that there could be this thing happening where you start to see like much more verticalisation and fitness and much more focused on like very specific products at home your local Yoga Studio maybe that's able to offer some classes outdoors or offers a hybrid of in person classes, streaming classes, and then people are going to be looking for something that sounds really corny to say but something that they feel a connection with as opposed to the big box gym that you're like. That you have to pay such a high monthly cost you know and I think because of the pandemic driving. So many of US indoors this year people's habits have changed Their expectation of workout is has changed a lot of people have made. investments in things like a Peleton. Piece of workout equipment something like the mirror or tonal the systems that mountain wall and offer you sort of guided experience over the Internet they've made these investments either that or they've just changed their habits so much that when it comes time to make a switch back to what they knew before, they may not be as ready to make that switch because the either like this new thing more or they've bought this thing that they've installed in their home, and now they're invested in it, and this is what they should be using instead of going back to a facility. This is this is a bad analogy but I'm GONNA go for it. I wonder like will in the same way that. Bookstores and even video stores that are still around have had to adapt to be more community centers then focused on things people get at home will gyms have to do that a little bit too right? I mean obviously right now not it's not The type of equipment that can replace. A gym at least in part is still again, very expensive and and br prohibitively in most cases But is there a point at which home exercise equipment and home classes in the streaming of classes becomes? So accessible that Jim's have to sort of rethink what they offer and and what they are in order to continue stain viable Do they become more like Ymca's which are sort of more well rounded anyway, community focused organizations that have a gym as reported it Probably not but it's a question I'm asking. Mike Gimme the answer. I think that if you take all of the racquetball courts and turn them into a different rooms for like Dj's different styles of music, you could approximate like midnight rave. You could have like the the the fast in one room like the basketball court could be the big. You Know Techno Room, and then the the small like racquet ball. Court could be the chill space and you could have like smart drinks and oxygen tanks and sort of bean bag chairs everywhere I go to the gym for that we this is all virtual or in person though this is in person this is like Post Vaccine America, this is what the job is like Jim of the future. It's IT'S A it's techno party at night. And techno-party during the day to not you know I think people will be so excited to go to anything that resembles a party that sign me up, sign me up for this future gym membership, I'm there. All right. Well, that about does it for our discussion about working out at home, and we're going to take a break now and when we come back, we'll talk about our recommendations..
"lucille roberts" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"To when you first came to wwe and when I saw, you were the only. You're the only diva that lasted a decade. How, and why is that? Still are they like short term? Just, decide to pick up and leave or Kulak short I'm almost thinking that it's also you guys the wear and tear on the body. You know I don't have to take all of those bumps and everything. So I can imagine what you know Lita and Trish, and all of that did that to themselves and I I understand that and I feel like that's one of the reasons. I don't know. People move on and I just I'd say my blood I. Love Stephen. Bar. I. Love It. Yeah. I guess it is hard to stay around in for some reason have to attribute that to a lot of the wwe fans because just you know I had a hard time coming in because I was replacing Howard, Finkel and I saw most talking about that dude I didn't know what I was doing I people don't understand how I came into this business. That's what I wanna hear I. Know You went to an audition. Backstage interview go ahead go. All right stop. Okay. What were you doing prior to this? Okay. So prior to this I was radio DJ for in South Carolina for a while I was driven dunes. Yeah. Well, no not spending two hours the morning show show show. Yeah we're talking about life in general traffic radio. Yeah everything. So I did morning show than I did. Too. That when you. See South Carolina I was not I. The reason I got that was because hurricane hit and I had just gotten hard to sell advertisement for the radio station and when the hurricane hit the day before we're supposed to start. So when I went to work I told them I was like well, I really haven't started selling advertisement yet. If you want I can put together a benefit jam because I sang with the band I knew lots of bands, and so I sat can put benefit jam to raise money for the victims and they're like great run with it. So I, put it together in a week and A. Half and because we only had three days to advertise it before the jam, they are like we're going to put you on the radio with Chuck Finley and you guys are going to announce it together because you'll know all the details to give people. So it was on the radio with him for three days, Wednesday Thursday Friday, and that money. We have the benefit jam on. Saturday raised a lot of money and then that Monday I got brought in into the officer like we love the chemistry with you in check we want you on the morning show with him as his sidekick. I'm like what like this is crazy. It was awesome. It was so much fun. You went to college at South Carolina studying. Studying media, arts, filmmaking, reducing, and did you graduate and get a degree? Yeah Yeah. Yeah. So did you were you just always born with gets Gab I know you started singing at a very young age growing up in Madrid Spain right. But will you just always very talkative and quick on your feet? I guess because like you said, it was it was just one of those things check and I really clicked and then we had so much fun on that show we ended up being number one in Columbia, and so I did it for like two and a half years, and then I moved to New York and so I was hosting. Like Karaoke thing there I was also singing with a band and then all of a sudden and I was doing TV commercials and then I got a call from Zach Ding or TV commercials. voiceovers and I did a TV commercial for Lucille Roberts which was working out I did some other ones. College commercial and then I got a call from my agent for ww at the right. So I'm like the World Wildlife Fund?.
"lucille roberts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"WNYC in New York I'm lance lackey governor Cuomo says three hundred sixty seven more people died from the corona virus in New York state said his Daily News conference Cuomo call that number horrific but added it's less than half the daily number recorded at the height of the health crisis he said new hospitalizations in the number of patients put on ventilators also dropped and governor Cuomo says the construction on the L. train tunnels completes Cuomo had ordered the MTA not to close the tunnel for fifteen months for repairs instead he relied on guidance from professors at Cornell and Columbia who suggested the work could be done faster the total work may be done but construction will continue on new platforms entrances elevators and substations along the L. line New York sports club and Lucille Roberts gems have agreed to reimburse their members for fees charged during the Copa nineteen crisis that's after New York Attorney General attention James ordered their parent company to stop billing members gems throughout New York state starting a closing March sixteenth close starting March sixteenth under governor Cuomo's state home orders by members of the New York sports club say continue to build them and charge fees to suspend or cancel the accounts the W. NYC community is mourning the loss of our long time host and friend Richard hake Richard was a native New Yorker born in the Bronx Richard's mom joy Colombo says he loved working at W. NYC and being a trusted voice to listeners he did have a good race and you know we left because I have a Bronx accent instead of his dad and he'll always try to correct us and I'll say it should you can take the girl out of the Bronx but not the accident Richard started reporting hosting at the station in nineteen ninety one when he was still studying at Fordham University and hosted morning edition for the past four years he.
"lucille roberts" Discussed on Keep It!
"On crooked menace it turns out that billionaire stephen ross the chairman of the parent company for so cycle and equinox is kind of trash you when i hear a billionaire sir i immediately want to trust them today and i'll fell apart the name steven makes me feel warm and right after it was reported that ross was hosting a fundraiser for trump in the hamptons at one hundred thousand dollars per plate celebrities influencers and regular people are like overwhelmingly when we called for a boycott of the company's services. The hamptons was supposed to be a safe haven. I know yeah for college. Simon concerts for for bravo summer a house yeah <hes> for emily thorne who nets her revenge is nowhere safe says anyway this turned into quite a fiasco a quagmire five. It has been gay on gay violence for the past week in west hollywood. Everyone is talking about. I was just walking down the street. In west hollywood and there was was a poster out a window of someone saying cancel equinoxes and i have to tell you the vibe of it really let me at the airport on my way here and when i got the the airport there was a very obvious why gay wearing equinoxe shirt and he saw me make eye contact with him and i think he knew exactly what i was thinking and he covered up sign. He said it's washed aac the guilty in hanley and i was like oh i promise is not. It's not what you're yeah. I have friends who go to cry and i recently also affects blink fitness for pores over overhear me. I gotta cancel that too so it's gonna be a fat girl summer for me. Listen which i'm happy about. You're you're. You're a new york. You know <hes> lucille roberts a friend of yours. I don't know what you're talking about. That's the all women's gym that i think's village muslim mom would be about that. Go there. Go to robots go go. I signed up. Actually i don't work out. Let's not lie so after all of this the hashtag boycott equinoxes began trending and i and many celebrities like <hes> friend of keeping billy eichner chrissy teigen and sophia bush were tweeting out their support of the boycott. One thing that people have brought up in the wake of this is that we should have always known that equinox was evil because it's a lifestyle brand. That's for for people who can't afford it valuing money money valuing status and just like all the posters to are just. It's like these perfect looking sort of models and it's sort of this like already a billionaire as you know like if you're going there. There's the idea idea that even if you're not hot you're wealthy so you're already separated from the other people who don't go advertising exclusivity so it's like were you surprised was i surprised i surprise is the wrong word but i would say i think disappointed is still apt because there's something about a gem that caters caters to has a lot of gay people. I didn't know this until i visited a friend in d._c. Recently went to a basically completely gave male. Jim is a specific kind of fun vibe. I don't know it's almost like when you go to a doctor. You realize how much you were missing like you can have conversations you. You weren't gonna have you can learn more people communicate with you better. Whatever so i would say that the person who runs this is so directly obsessed with promoting fighting trump yeah. I do think that's completely fucked up because it's just i'm sorry i'm still i'm definitely like a cyst white gay guy. I still wanna go to a place where i feel a little bit like i'm around the people i want to be around. Who you know get my life etc and it sounds like equinox was a place where people felt like they could do that. Seem dancing sure that's right around around on those. Apparently it's a slightly snotty survived. I'd prefer for me personally but okay yeah well. It's also interesting that this comes right after june right because i am still <hes> an equinox member as of this time and i remember june was rainbows rose and view. That's why especially thing that they're under more fire because they've stuck their leg out to say that we are pro queer are we are pro activists in a way right so now that we get to see that stephen ross is a advocate proponent for his own reasons whatever they may be whether it's a business angle engle or if he actually supports trump now. We're getting the friends friends for years so that's the cutest possible angle. That's why they're on. I think that's why they're under more fire because i expected more out of equinoxes in a way. I didn't buy also in a way i did. I didn't think this would be what would happen with that. Well you expect it. Maybe more out of soul cycle because things sort of traffic in platitudes and <hes> xers etc you know it sort of seems like the thing that is very lovey dovey. We love everyone but these are all corporations and so it's hard to feel surprise yeah. What are the hardest things about equal is that contract is very hard to tobacco. Yeah you try some well. I have not yet because i have a bunch obsessions that i paid for that. I cannot let go two ways before i cancel. Luckily my trainer and i have talked about working together outside of the jam yeah so we could do that after those things are used up but in fact the matter is like once you pay all that money and it would be homophobic of you to cancel 'cause has your putting a gay man out of his trainer is straight. I was talking about you about trainer. The only straight black man. I yeah they're going to be one in your life. Yes what's funny is after this equinox debacle another fight start at raging on social media because armand hammer who loves to step in armand loves and also to jump out of it the the behavior that he exhibited his message the message right he tweeted hey eh while everyone seems to be on this equinoxes thing. I love his tweet starting with hey. We're all friends. Hey guys your friendly neighborhood armand hammer while ever lets us to be on the equinoxes thing. It might be a good time to mention that one of trump's largest financial contributors is the chairman mid of marvel entertainment isaac per meter. Stop just say spelled j. u. S. a. y. F. which fire fire. He's like you want more reading here. We go just saying my least favorite way to end a tweet by the way just putting it out there number one. It's the worst say. This is a fan of armie hammer. My least least favorite is dash kid rock. He signed that tonight. Italian taylor swift where i tweeted the joke him and then was labeled in the press a taylor swift fan who got angry well. You're not not one now pretend to separate yourself but whenever she comes up i they won't swift. I don't need a scarlet t- on my chest. A red red tee shot up to them. Yeah i wanna get into the nature of boycotting in general. I don't well first of all. I'm mad. That army would point tomorrow because i got to see what i got to see movies please. I got to see my favorite movies. I can't that's what it is with boycotting. We get so picky and choosy in like we cherry pick what things we wanna agree with and disagree with. It's easy to cancel your gym membership membership very easy. It's not easy to stop shopping h in them when we decided to boycott agencies. It's not easy to not go to marvel movies in my opinion so like i got spiderman tattoo on my arm already imprinted into me you are marvel marvel is you do not go to the movies but so i just don't understand like where are we all going to start signing up for sale cycle again in a couple of weeks when this all blows over and we forget that's actually the easiest one to quit by the way so so cycling u._k. By class so people can just every class. I've gone to quit halfway in again. Innovate and people have pointed out that armand may be somewhat salty because he did not get a marvel or dc movie rat. He's like i'm hammer. Let me be come on people pointed out that his mother is a maga- maga- yeah she's donates the trump and he had cleaned host. I was wearing a mega like on her voting booth photo in twenty any sixteen different on that on it too. I mean it was funny to see that tweet and be like oh. Here's some teams but also his ma. You can't boycott your mom. You can more white people should put him and his issue with his mom is different from him trying to save thankful. Do you think he's trying to deflect or anything like he's an agreement with this. I i mean i don't know why he would be tweeting anything so soon after releasing a instagram his sons sucking his toes with the hashtag foot fetish on fleet. I also what he did. I mean weeks ago absurd. Celebrity news occurs at such a rapid rate that i can't believe i am saying i forgot that. Hi is wow army keeps girl in. I'm scarred. I'm gonna think about him in the man from uncle to wipe that memory right now okay okay yeah that is just sort of the idea of boycotts right. It's it's it's hard and it is supposed to be disruptive disruptive though you know i know when we want to boycott things that are advertising on fox news. We sort of only do it when like laura ingram says something especially racist but then we sort of forget about that a couple of weeks later those companies are also advertising on fox news and so it's at what point do we draw a line at one point. Are you allowed to be like i do this. You should you also be a person tweeting at other jays cancel equinoxes <hes> don't go to marvel movies when you're at home listening to petra song exactly exactly and you. You can't just decide what you're going to boycott what you're not going to boycott and they get mad at others for that exact reason so that's where i'm at with it i mean i never had a something. I gotta cancel but just the whole boy. Oh i kinda think it's confusing like we really are trying to be rosa parks and with rosa parks energy denote. Is you know and i i don't like the bus so we'll never be the number of people who have the <hes> self possession to go to a gym where you don't take classes all the time. I don't know how to do shit. I need somebody buddy flirtatious and australian scream orders trading about actually i'm not in training day but <hes> flirtatious australians have taken over los angeles so you can't avoid them. They're everywhere see when you pulled that earlier. I got upset..
"lucille roberts" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"An impromptu press conference, and we've got some soundbites we've got some soundbites panel is going to run into the newsroom in just a second. I I want to this. This is Nancy Pelosi. This is is is fairly recently and the cheat sheet here spoke tonight about the ongoing partial government shutdown. She says there's common ground between the house and the Senate on funding legislation passed six bills four of them on the floor with over ninety votes. Two of them in committee unanimously on those six bills to cover eight agencies departments have government that could be opened just by the stroke of the pen of the president of the United States. Oh, but Nancy do they do they fund the wall? We are diligent diligent and persistent in trying to open up government as I said today on the floor. We will take ideas good ideas from wherever they come including the idea of the appropriations bills passed by the Republicans in the United States Senate. How about this for night, by the way, she'd been drinking or she had a stroke? I'm not sure how about this idea Nancy fund the flipping wall. It's five billion dollars for crying out by Baker. Thank you so much fun. The wall, Nancy. This could be real fun to see who blinks for. I hope it's not Trump. I hope it's Nancy because they need Nancy to be able to move this out of the house. Again, minus standing is. Because they have to reset don't they? That's fine. Standing they can't take what they passed from the Republican controlled house. They have to have a new Bill now that comes with it works with a reset congress. They have to start all over with this stuff. I don't think the one Bill carries over to. Now, here's something I was thinking about the other day. And maybe some of you folks, who were legislative experts can tell me about this humor several years ago. I don't even remember what the issue was or what the Bill was. But the the Senate took a Bill that had been passed by the house, and then hollowed it out. They said I still don't quite understand what that means. But they hollowed it out. In other words, I think what they did is they took out. Most of what the Bill was supposed to be for. And then they put the stuff they wanted in it. And then they passed it. And then it went to a conference committee. Of course, that's not gonna work because the Democrats are in control of the house. But we'll see what happens. I think that they're going to do something. I mean, I don't think the government's gonna well the partial government. Shut down by at least. We do have the mainstream media for the most part saying partial government shutdown just saying the government because they know that the people are smarter than they they know they look around the goal the government shutdown. I mean, I'm getting my son security checks. We're getting Medicare, Medicaid welfare checks, all this stuff. Still going the military still funded so what's his government shutdown? So they are at least most of them sing a partial government shutdown. But I can't imagine that this goes on for too much longer. Somebody's going to have to blink. And I hope it's not Trump all he's got to do is just sit there. He has nothing to lose. Because if I'm Donald Trump, I'm thinking, I don't wanna keep this gig. Anyway. I mean, just send me home. If you want to in two thousand twenty. I know it's an ego thing with him too. And I know he wants to continue to do some of the things he wasn't able to do in the first term. That's only natural. But he doesn't need it. You know, like Nancy Pelosi needs. It Nancy Pelosi is nobody and I'm not saying she's not accomplish. She's of course, I first woman speaker of the house, I don't agree with her politically. But she's an accomplished woman as far as politics, but she's been there too long. This is all she's got. She doesn't have anything in the private sector. She doesn't have a life outside of Washington DC. So she never wants to give this up. Trump's got plenty going on. I'm sitting there thinking about that. I mean, my gosh, if I were Donald Trump I'd be playing golf somewhere. I don't even play golf, but I would play golf 'cause he plays golf if I were Donald Trump on one of my mini golf courses around the world. I mean, that's what he was doing before all of this happened. But he decides see this is the thing about Mitt Romney. Now, you know, mid had the editorial yesterday in the Washington Post about President Trump and his lack of character. And I don't think there's any argument that Trump does he's he's got a character deficit. There's no doubt about that. I don't think anybody should nobody should argue that that's not the case we all knew that going in. But what he said, and I didn't read the entire order. I just read some bits and pieces that were reprinted because I, you know, the Washington Post has a paywall, and I'm not gonna pay to rebuild Ray. But he said something along the lines of. President Trump is is in it for him or what he's not doing this, right? Or maybe it was somebody who was talking about Mitt Romney about Mitt Romney is in it for the right remit. Look, I think Mitt Romney is probably a very decent, man. But he also is a Pandora. He's also a pander. This is a guy that gets on you remember when he ran for president would I came in which time it was. But they came across that he was in the in the black neighborhood, and he came across. He saw this guy riding by in this car says, hey, man. Nice ride. I'm going. Yeah. Mid says it all the time. And then this little black girl came up and she had some year rings on. He said, hey, I love the bling. You think that Mitt Romney goes home and tells us why hey, you're gonna wear that blame to the country club tonight because I really do like he doesn't even talk like that for crying, Allah bleeding and ride. He's a Pandora. So he's out. I'm going to be hip with these black folks here, and I'm going to use some of this black hip lingo, come on. Folks, you talk to people like you talk to people. I mean, I don't change who I am do I Cus dot com. Man. What's up baby? What's going down? I will look at you real concern. Real. There's no doubt about that. I I got that something off air because then I got soul and you're super bad. Yeah. I'm super bad to the bone. But I'm just telling you. I mean, I have some things I say that I will say to black folks to white folks Asian folks ending folks anybody's just it's who I am mitts assumes the room. Right. So whoever these much like Al Gore in that regard. I think he's got more care now gore, obviously who doesn't but myth. You're throwing stones at Donald Trump about he's in it for the wrong reasons or he's in it for himself. Here's a guy was say what you will about Donald Trump. But I will say this that means flat out loves this country. He absolutely loves his country, and he wants to do the right thing for the country because he feels like it's been going in the wrong direction, and he wants to stop it. And to a large degree he has done that. And he's wanting to do that with this border wall. These are all things that Republicans including Mitt Romney have talked about on the campaign trail, but never ever intended to do anything about him once again office you had Pelosi when she's sitting in the Oval Office. He's talking about this wall. She says, well that was just a campaign promise that was just a campaign promise that should have been all you need to know about Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, these folks you go out and you make promises to get elected. You never expect to do this stuff when you get in. This is just to get elected Trump saying I made a campaign promise because this is what I wanted to do. This is why I got into politics. We got standing the whole you're on the shutdown to we'll go down there. We'll talk and share Lowy. Chair. Lucille Roberts Allard are reasonable people. And we'll try to come to an agreement on which we can all agree but holding eight hundred thousand people hostage holding the people's government hostage. Is not what they expect. Now what they want when they want. And then he said this about the government should end the wall will do what Senator McConnell did we'll give us till Feb. Wait approximately four weeks. To come together. And discuss this issue without shutting down government. Without putting eight hundred thousand people without inconveniencing and putting at risk millions and millions of Americans who rely on the operations of gum. Okay. So this you tell any of the horror. He is the majority leader house majority leader. And he was with Nancy Pelosi today, and the discussing this can you can you sense the concerning their voices because you're saying just give us thirty days. Let's open the government back up or you know, all of it. And then give us thirty days. They're in a panic. And I think Donald Trump, smells blood and water with these folks, they're in a panic because they're hearing from their constituents that they want the government open. Trump's not really hearing from anybody the people he's hearing from are the folks like the border patrol and the border council were saying, yeah, we're taking hit on this. But do what you gotta do. We want the border wall. That's what we want the most and standing the whole you're saying just like Nancy Pelosi was yesterday. Just us thirty days. Go ahead and open the government backup. And then we will negotiate in good faith, and you're not even negotiating a good faith. Now. What are you talking about in thirty days? What this is is a ploy to get this monkey off their back this pressure of this government shutdown that they're hearing from their constituents out there, you gotta do something because they feel like the bigger the more the pressure builds then the the the better chance thin, he's got of caving in the Nancy's gotta caving, and they see this thing going south on them. And they see Trump just sitting there going do what you gotta do. Come to me with the border wall funding, and we'll talk, and they just opened a government. No, no, no. I'm not falling for the banana. But ended a tailpipe. I'm gonna tell you that it ain't gonna happen. I on the other side there was a press conference today impromptu from the president, but and he talked and he talked about what he's normally talked about. It was good. But the interesting part was the other people who talked and these were border patrol council. So people will run some of that audio for you. When we come back in a moment. We'll take your phone calls to six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six it is the Phil Valentine show. We're back right after this. Hey there it's Tamila for in for Michael delgiorno. The Democrats are in charge of the house. Now will that mean Trump impeachment on the agenda? We'll talk about it at nine on super talk ninety nine seven WTN from the Genesis.
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So let's talk about the actual, the gyms themselves and the rise of things beyond just going to like a a local YMCA but actual private fitness clubs and gyms. Yeah, there definitely are still gyms catered to specific activities like boxing or martial arts, things like that, but they're greatly outnumbered by this modern clean, sparkling fitness club idea and fitness clubs got their start way back in the day. Although membership was very low because it was seen as kind of a fancy pants thing, right? So back in nineteen forty, this guy Vic Tanny began began his first club in Santa Monica ended up opening dozens more clubs in the fifties and sixties. And he wanted these locations to be seen as quote temples of luxury and respectability, which was really a departure from the whole, like. Dudes are going to go in there and grunt and sweat and pump iron, and you know, get their muscles all big and stuff. So this whole idea that you go in there and your pampered, and you have all of these fancy machines and stuff was was a new development. Yeah. And during the nineteen seventies or two major types of fitness clubs that emerged once that were geared toward racket sports that were sensually offshoots of country clubs, and then you had the much more common types of gyms. We think of these days, which were those storefront gyms that focused on low cost high volume service. And I thought it was really interesting how marks term points out that there were major problems that arose in the gym industry. A lot of complaints that were filed with the Federal Trade Commission because a lot of people were opening all of these gyms wind to capitalize on this new emphasis on exercise and working out, but they would do it by essentially like. Hassling people into signing contracts with sketchy membership deals and perhaps unsanitary locker rooms anyway. Yeah, all sorts of shady dealings going on because gyms are not are not an easy business to get into. It turns out. Yeah, well, they would. They would oversell basically they would get all of these members signed up counting on the fact that people would drop out either. It'll be too expensive for them or they just didn't want the hassle anymore or things like that. So, but it I I can see why the gym business is so attractive because as far as private fitness clubs, go in nineteen seventy eight. There were only about three thousand of these private clubs that has grown to twenty thousand eleven years ago in two thousand two. That's a crazy jump. Yeah. As of two thousand six, an estimated forty two point, seven million Jim members in the United States, and one of the. The big reasons that Jim's have become so popular is women essentially exercise and working out being changed from, you know, more of just a guy's going in and pumping iron to it being something that women do as well. And this is something that really takes off in the nineteen seventies and the eighties. People like Jane Fonda leading the way. And when we talk about the rise of women in gyms and women and fitness, it starts off as something that is propelled by more feminist ideology of saying, hey, you know what? We, we need to go in there. We need to be physically strong as well. We can work out alongside men, no big deal. But then it becomes this double edged sword where it's like, oh, hey, in order to be attractive. I need to be working out five days a week and oh God. Yeah, there's definitely. I mean, we. We could go on and on about that forever. And that kind of also goes back to some of the things we talked about in our dieting feminism issue all that stuff. But yeah, I mean, you really have this this rise in the strong tone body aesthetic. Like I'm gonna look all mostly in shiny and tan, as opposed to, you know, the flower children, the waves of the sixties and seventies. So now you had this whole new aesthetic to worry about, whereas maybe women had gotten interested in fitness because I want to be healthy or you know, I want to whatever go to the gym now. It's like, oh, okay. Well, if I go to the gym, it means I have to look like Jane Fonda, shoot, Hobie awesome. Yeah. Well, I mean, I'm just saying like it'd be fun to like that's a costume thing to deal with those high cut leotards and beyond that to there have been some interesting conversations around gendered gyms. When I mean by that women's only health spas and gyms that have. Have since opened up, which initially, like in the nineteen seventies. When when these the women's World Health by open in New England, there are places like the Lucille Roberts health spa that opened in New York and other places that were attributed to even more feminism it saying, hey, this is part of women's lib. We're getting our own spaces to work out into exercise. Yeah, and more recently, that's actually drawn a lot of controversy sort of sort of unexpectedly, I would think because it seems like these women only gyms are a positive thing. You know, they provide a quote, unquote safe space where you can go and not feel intimidated. Not worry about who's staring at you and all that stuff. But thirteen years ago according to an article on CNN, there were actually couple of lawsuits claiming that these clubs illegally discriminated against men and perhaps also surprisingly members of the Massachusetts branch of now which is the national organization for women lobbied hard. To prevent legislation that prohibited single sex clubs over the concern that it could actually open the door to re segregating golf clubs and other venues. Yeah, because new need we remind listeners that it was only in two thousand twelve. The Augusta, National Golf club accepted its first female members all the way back in two thousand the longtime ago. So it is kinda interesting to see how you know you've got the arguments on on both sides of that because obviously, like women's only gyms are very popular. Just take curves. For example, in one thousand nine hundred. The first curves women only gym opens by ninety five their franchising by two thousand and two. They're nine thousand locations. So obviously there is there's a desire for that. And if you Google gender and Jim culture, you will get all sorts of headlines such as Mars Venus at the gym, pink and blue what the gym, you know, because it is a very gendered space. Because if you think about you walk in the free weights area dudes the ellipticals and the aerobics rooms ya'll's. Yep. And obviously I'm not saying that there's no crossing, but by and large, those are in papers that have looked at the gender space of the gym environment. It's usually divided like that, and I remember going to the gym in college and it, it wasn't my favorite thing to do, not because I didn't like exercising, but because there will it was charged atmosphere because you are not wearing as many clothes as you might in class. You are sweating. There. You know there's conversation going on. I would go in the morning just to avoid the whole thing. Yeah. And it was also funny to see how some other women would obviously dress a little bit. Oh my God, the make up at the gym. Lots of makeup, Jim, Kristen, and I, we should remind you went to the same college in
"lucille roberts" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Minutes after the. Hour Jio Madison Square, Garden the great facilities provided to us in order to do. This so all of you understand it as we gaze upon the midtown area and look uptown downtown One of the key locales that a constant Lee up, for grabs in terms of realtors looking to rent a lot, of space a gyms likewise in the suburbs and they, even starting to sorta dot the landscape in rural areas Americans have this desire. To get into shape to lose weight even though more Americans are getting fatter than. Ever before but it seems that there is a propensity of different gyms that have developed and what I like to do is just take you back to my own mindset I remember as a kid. Watching that thirteen inch Arshi a black, and white TV go off. At night with the national anthem and then you would have the screen shot all day until the morning when the national anthem would come on it'd, be the farmers report and then Jack Llewellyn now is the. Exercise expert Dan in which he would have a single chair and he would do isometrics calisthenics And then. I'll never forget one of my, muscle head cousins Lennon oh he had a hit he went to Vic Tanis was, the first GM that? I was ever exposed to on one side with a muscle head cease with a weightlifters the bodybuilders and on the other side, it was almost as if divided by, the way the orthodox Jews will, have an establishment with the housewives and I never before saw their, women working out like this I knew the two weightlifters and, body Bill this by housewives will work it out and, he's fecta knee like everywhere well and also I remember growing up I would. Go to like a wide w Suwat YMCA you'd sit there and I don't go. Swimming my dad my dad was very athletic so you know in my mom would also walk the dog every day my dad was a runner was a triathlete so it was like you know we'd. Run around the block we go cycle, around the block but then. It became like now it's become like this like chic thing of like what are you wearing it's like you like you have to Spend hours to figure out what you're wearing to the gym before you even. Work out it's become like. A social thing, I know but it's it's developed so many platforms like. For instance for a long time as wet. Lucille Robert south if, you were, guy a persona non grata. Which mostly for women and then, you had the muscle head gyms real like the gold and also you think like, Venice Beach California the? Guys were Schwarzenegger and those guys go Oh Jim there was shooting Royds and they walk right. Up you looked at and you said you were like that guy in the Charles atlas ads in the old comic books they. Kill you, see get sand kicked in his, face and then all of a sudden he took to Charles. Atlas you, know, weightlifting quash and physical fitness. Course and now he's gonna go back and take care of those. Bullies but then it became also then gyms became like at like a chic place to go. To and I think it's, sad, I I kind of hearkens back to the days that we're talking about where you're talking about seeing, the you, know whether it's Richard Simmons or Jack will, lane or you know the YMCA now it's become like. This Yes exactly like people, are what are you wearing what's he wearing whom I going to. Need at the gym now it's coed and it's like somebody tries to wear nicer outfit to. Impress so-and-so and the prices, have, escalated to the point where it's cheaper to make a car payment on a new car than it, is to, enroll at a health club anywhere in the, Tri state area I'll give you an example are now Now forever always complaining vetting producer board operator Brian mongoloid which he was enrolled what New York sports club is paying like seventy bucks, a month did he ever use it yeah of course she used it. Didn't do. Any any good that's why I was asking but he went here and then all of a sudden he decided just like a. Lot of, millennials in hipsters cutting the cord and they're not gonna pay money for cable and for the other. Additional things that you can watch because you get so much for free now they don't wanna pay the he decided I'm not gonna pay to go to New York. Sports club it's crowded you can't get machines and sometimes you get? A, machine of. Your, choice. And it's broken, and all of a? Sudden you save, he said what the hell am I doing. Here with a whole gerbils are waiting to even get into machines then you get, into the sauna and there he was sitting there and he's tidy waves in the sauna and guys are hitting on them left white every which way is that why he stayed in the sauna. For a long time yeah Brian mongoloid Decided I'm outta. Here no more New York sports club but. It's happening everywhere and, I love, for many, of you to share, with us your Jim stories or why, you Petit why you chills? Particularly gyms why some of? You, just didn't work out you have you own little personal. Workout facility and you finish, basement will you go back to doing the old Jack Llewellyn isometrics that you would have to do if you're, an eight by, four foot jail cell also what have you seen a gyms because I'll tell you I've been out of gym in like you see like like it's like no I'm here, to work out I'm not here to make new friends I'm not here. To like. You know start dating or whatever I think it has become such a pickup place and I'm sure so many of you have. Seen that, by the way what takes the icing on.
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