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"lula" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
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"lula" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
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"lula" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"Why because they didn't see the owners of the company exemplified that either the entire culture the entire strategy was just further and as fast as you can and what happened was quality. It's it's interesting what you saw. The corporate level was like. Let's just do everything as quickly as possible. Doesn't matter about the back end and the quality of the leggings fell apart. You are no different if you keep going with yourself save. I'm just gonna keep going and going and going. And i don't need arrested. I don't need a break. You're gonna fall apart just like those leggings are you're going to melt and be torn and be shredded and be exhausted because you refuse to slow down and work with intention and work with strategic growth. Instead of this desperate. I have to get there faster than everybody and i'm scared and i'm worried that's the lesson here for us. That is the lesson i saw from the four episodes. You know in. I encourage you to watch it only because when i watched it i was very much watching it from a place of. How can this serve the industry. What is the valuable lessons that we can move forward and do better and serve people better how we do this better. What's the lessons. I'm gonna extract from this. But i also watched knowing that there was a story being told and the author of the story has a certain lens and the lens of that particular documentary. Do i think it was meant to like completely. Discredit a network marketing. I don't i actually think it was focused a lot more on the personality and very poor decisions that the two founders made really think That was the primary focus Do i think there were guest speakers on there. That were definitely Against the industry and not for the industry. Absolutely do i. The documentary was made to help grow belief in the industry. No not really I think it just really wanted to focus on this one particular story..
"lula" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"Hustle and lead from the heart. Let me show you the new way. A boss is welcome back to another week of the podcast. Today we are bringing to you part two of the two part episode where i am covering and discussing the valuable lessons to take away from the lulu rich documentary and what we need to learn from it and what we can do better loved last week's episode. This week we are wrapping it up with the powerful lesson that we all can learn and it really goes back to my philosophy as a coach. And why. I do what i do this week. We're going to talk about the cost of hustle. But i.
"lula" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"Went out and they purchased a bunch of inventory. And that's what i did when i did a clothing boutique. It wasn't in a network marketing business model. But i spent like five thousand dollars me and my friend we ran it together and we spent five thousand dollars for i. You know Order of clothes that we would sell because we putting in inventory it was like that was our storefront and that was the cost of the inventory. So you know a bunch of these reps. They were paying five thousand dollars for their start up kits that paid for the inventory that they would sow and make missions on I think it's very easy to when i hear people say like oh we'll inventory. That's a terrible thing. It's only a terrible thing if you are forced to continue to buy it and you're not actually moving the inventory but when you are moving inventory when you're selling the inventory yeah makes sense to keep buying inventory but if if there is a minimum inventory requirement and you cannot move inventory fast enough that is when it becomes a slippery slope and that is what started to happen towards the end of the series and what happened with some of the reps but will will get to that so you know that is how it started and word of mouth and social media just caused massive. I mean massive explosive growth to the point where they had a weightless for people on boarding into the company You know that would be. I think they said like weightless was at least six to eight weeks long. Someone would want to sign up online and they'd wait six to eight weeks for a phone call from someone at corporate saying. Hey congratulations you're officially leroux rap. And your inventories coming in to get ready and stahl your lula room That was like the room that these women had in their homes where they would have stylized racks and have their little pop up in their home. And you know it was very sweet for me to see these women that were just so excited they all said and in the documentary they featured. I think five to six women that they interviewed regularly throughout the documentary to get their viewpoints of their experience within the company They interviewed a few of the women that were at the very top of the company and what their experiences were and then a few that were not in the top of the company in just contrasting their stories. And what was going on there. But i will say every single woman when she decided she wanted to buy into the business. Hello five thousand dollar minimum. Can we pause for just a second and realize that when you are when you have drama around the cost of your product and most people. They sell consumable products or their starter. Kits are like five hundred dollars at the absolute most I hear some companies. Have you know. There's a wide range. But i don't really hear these massive massive five thousand startup kids anymore. You don't really hear that anymore. But i would say the average that i hear about as a coach with the hundreds and thousands of people that i coach i would say the average is between two and five hundred dollars for a starter kit and so many people get really in their head like no one can afford this. No one wants to buy this. No one no one could go out and spend this kind of money. And i can't ask this of people and i just want you to hear that. They had thousands of people on a wait list. Who were excited and ready to spend five thousand dollars on clothing inventories so that they could start a business. So what creates this massive demand for all these women to say. I will totally an interesting like some. The women went to absolute extremes to go to come up with the money to pay for the inventory..
"lula" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"But what is the lesson here for all of us. Where might we be playing a factor in this how. How do we need to learn from this company's experience and what are the lessons that are available and so i'm unpacking that in this episode This is going to be done from a place of deep love and compassion and neutrality. Actually i'm not neutral. I'm totally biased towards the industry. Because i think it's a great business model when done the right way done with ethical selling done with integrity and done with meaningful marketing. I really believe it's a profound business model. That's not going anywhere but all that to say you guys know that i talk a lot about leaving the hustle culture behind just how damaging can be in. I truly believe that the lula rich documentary is a lesson about the hustle about the toxicity. That comes when we buy into the glamour and the hype of hustle. And in. what's interesting is when i look at the years that this documentary focused on and like kind of the peak prime before everything imploded was two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen and i truly believe that was like the height of the hustle movement. It was the height of this message of women empowerment. Mombasa's boss ladies. It was just like this massive explosion. And while i think that's great because it brought a ton of women into the workforce. There was a toxic message that started to bleed out from there. So we're gonna talk about that. And i'm going to tell you only the things that are really relevant that i think actually serve you I will say a lot of the documentary really focused on the personalities of the founders. Mark indian I can't remember their last name. But mark deanne and how they built the company and just they're interesting personalities and viewpoints. And i would say you know a large majority. The documentary was kind of just drawing attention to their decision making that they were making founders. That was not helpful to the company and some..
"lula" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"New way bosses. Welcome to another week of the podcast. I've got something pretty special for you. This is going to be a two part episode. I am unpacking the lula rich documentary. That is on amazon I was thinking about it for quite a bit. And i really thought there was some valuable lessons for all of us from the documentary. And so what i'm doing is i'm going to be breaking down. Observations and the valuable lessons for all of us. Because if you're listening to this podcast you desire to elevate this industry with me. You see that it is a good business model and it provides opportunity or mini families and so My my work. I believe my purpose is really a shifting this industry for the better and i am so delighted to work with amazing people in my academy and people have follow me on instagram. That i really feel are committed to this vision with me. So i'm going to be delivering these two episodes from that standpoint of really answering the question of how can we do better. What's our part in this. And what is our lesson in this collectively. As a whole is this isn't about one company of is about the industry and there is a valuable powerful lesson available for us so i hope you'll enjoy part one. I watched the lula rich documentary on amazon as a very from a very curious place as a coach just wanting to see what happened..
"lula" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"I watched i finished the lula documentary around. Whatever it's called. They sell the sweats. The skirts and at the pyramid scheme cursing leggings watched all four episodes matrimony. You're messing everything. Well i mean gets no. This is how guys talk guys like sweatpants. I'm like we'll technically leggings. Listen they saw people come. They made billions of dollars and it went from what they call a multilevel marketing scheme pyramids game. In my opinion real quick and people just got screwed up click people got. They bought all to even to get in. You had to spend thousands just to buy you know the boxes of pants to sell and you didn't even know what you're going to get them to you like oh they set this up so perfectly like just put things in a box. It's going to be like a surprise when you open it up at one point. Zero goes That's when i realized i was in a cold. They were doing all these things together. These events he's there were making more from their bonus checks from not selling things from signing people up recruiting. They were making like hundreds of thousands of dollars every few months because every person that would sign on that was another five thousand dollars and they were having like hundreds of people's day. They're not around anymore over. The two founders. Why documentary on their basically oblivious to ev. Or they're in denial. I'm not saying they're acting oblivious. They're they'll be like so. What do you have to say about this this and this and they'll be like well. We don't know what you're talking about. That's just not the culture we have it all. It is wild wild. It's only four episodes or forty five minutes each lulu row. That's what it's called..
Brazil's Supreme Court Rules Judge Moro Was 'Biased' in Lula Trial
"Louise Ignacio Lula to silver of corruption four years ago was biased. Leonardo Russia has more By three votes to to Brazil's highest court concluded that judge says Yamato had violated Lula's rise in several occasions. Mr Moto had sentence Lula to more than nine years in jail for corruption in the state oil company Petrobras eyes Lola was leading most opinion polls was banned from the 2018 presidential election and spent almost two years in jail. His luck began to change when hackers intercepted compromising messages exchanged between judge model and the prosecutors in which they showed political bias and discuss the need to expedite the trial in order to put the former leader behind bars before the elections. You're listening to world news from the BBC.
Brazil’s Ex-President ‘Lula’ May Run for Office Again as Court Cases Are Tossed
"Right president gyroball sonar. Oh is under growing pressure over his response to the pandemic. Now he's facing trouble of a different kind. Supreme Court judges rolled ball scenarios. Political nemesis can run against him in next year's election. Former leftist president Louis in a CEO Lula da Silva was banned from running. Louis and ASIO. Lula da Silva was banned. Louis and ASIO Lulu DeSilva was banned from running in 2018 because he was convicted of corruption. But this new rolling means the Selva, widely known as Lula could have a shot at getting his old job back. We're joined now by NPR's South America correspondent Philip Reeves. Well, what exactly did the judge rule? Well, I don't know whether you remember this. A couple of years ago, Long after leaving office, Lula was convicted of corruption budges. He wound up serving 18 months in jail. Hey, and his supporters always said these charges were politically motivated. Stop him running in the last election in 2018, which they did That's allowing both Salah Toto win yesterday, a Supreme Court judge. Another of those convictions, he decided the court in southern Brazil that bride Lula had no jurisdiction to do so. He ruled the cases should be tried over again by federal court in the capital, Brasilia. And that means that Lula gets his political rights back, at least for now, and therefore, really much to everyone's surprise. He qualifies to be a candidate in next year's president elect presidential elections and can challenge full sooner.
Brazil Supreme Court judge says Lula deserves a retrial
"Lula. Two thousand and twenty two is back on possibly former brazilian president. Louis lula da silva has been cleared by a supreme court judge of the corruption charges which saw him serve an eighteen month stretch in prison a few years back. The decision is not a complete acquittal beak the court which tried lula was acting outside its jurisdiction and the matter remains to be considered by the supreme court entire but until or unless that happens. Lula's full political results results. Who writes this full. Political rights are restored to him theoretically freeing him for a crack at getting his old job back next
Brazil Supreme Court Judge Clears Ex-President Lula of Corruption Charges
"Decision to overturn his corruption convictions is a recognition that he's always been in the right. The judge has ruled that all four cases against the former president should be sent to the capital Brasilia. We get more details in this report from Katie Watson Lula, who was president of Brazil between 2000 and three and 2010. Was convicted in 2000 and 18. He spent more than a year in jail on was handed a lifetime ban on standing for office. This decision by Judge Paquin Means that, for now the former president could run in the next elections, potentially setting up a clash with the controversial incumbent Diable scenario. If so, it's said to be a deeply divisive campaign in a country where Lula still holds a great deal of support. It also faces huge opposition over his record as leader. This is the world News from the BBC. Court
Inside The Russell Wilson-Seahawks Rift
"Years russell. Wilson has been wanting to throw the ball more and at the start of this year. It finally happened russell. Wilson was not good in the first half of the twenty twenty season. He was excellent deep cap touchdown. Seattle you run down there and set in his answer. Any better than that was fourth in yards per attempt. Weeks one through nine i. In passing. touchdown percentage was second in passer rating. Wilson keeps as default talk. He was legit. The best player in the league madden gave him a ninety nine overall rating during the season because he was cooking notion as he throws an accident. Edi feeds defensive player of the years like russell. Lula's legitimately the best guy in football games of the season then week nine arrived and they had this game against the buffalo bills that you recently wrote about. Can you tell us what happened in that game. And afterwards what happened is russell had to cook in the kitchen. Just kind of just caught on. Fire his paycheck wine with a sack at a takeaway from russell wilson. I actually watched that game with a former cr defensive and cliff april and teased talking me through it. And he's like russ's off he's trying to do too much and i think turned it over like four times. He threw a pick on the goal. Line throws for the jordan with tyco. I think that really turned the tables for the whole team. After that loss where they gave up forty four points and turned it over a bazillion times and got embarrassed in buffalo. Well what i would tell you that. I don't recognize that game. We haven't seen the look like that and it's a game that i don't have any place in my brain for. He told us he didn't even have any space in his brain for that game. That's very important subjects right like the fact that he considered that not seahawks. Football was influential the rest of the year. Well the following week against the rams things. I guess only got worse. Wilson throws and the other one four darius williams second game. I know that there are better days ahead. I'll use a baseball now but sometimes you go up to the plate you know and you don't have your way today mike. You and our colleagues. Mike sando jason jank's wrote about a meeting. That happened shortly after that loss to the rams can you take us inside that meeting room and just explain what went down russia's meeting with the coaches normal game planning type of meeting and he has suggestions he is giving input usually does and his suggestions just weren't dismissed. There were dismissed in a way that russell didn't feel appreciate it. And i think that is really important. I'm sure they disagree in every meeting ever but in this particular instance rust belt that he was not being appreciated so rushed stormed out was basically this idea that. How dare anyone in this building. Be dismissive of my ideas. I am of the quarterback was almost like kevin durant warriors when he was like no way up. I'm kevin durant russell wilson and he rustled perceives him to be someone who has succeeded. In spite of what's been around him not because of running for his life making the pro bowl with battle lines perceive that to be like the story of his career. And you get to week eleven. And it's like do. Just chill out. We got this no. You don't don't get it. I got it and that forced him out the door. Russell in the second half of the season was which is not himself like he was twenty eighth in yards per attempt in his final eight games he was sixteenth. In a touchdown percentage nineteenth in passer rating. These are bad numbers. These are not just like below average twenty nine yards per attempt man that was lower than the cincinnati bengals. Even when the circumstances are bad around russell he's been good enough to elevate situation still played inefficient level and twenty twenty was the first time it was like. Wow he's not able to elevate the lack of talent or execution of preparation around him and it produced like some of the worst numbers of his career certainly produced the worst playoff game of his career against the rams in the wild round sitting meeting big. Who's going into other sack four sacks two takeaways the interception return for the touchdown and floyd now all right. Let's fast forward a few weeks to the super bowl. The seahawks have been knocked out by the rams in the wildcard round and russell. Wilson is at super bowl. Fifty five in tampa bay sitting with none other than commissioner. Roger goodell mike. Tell us what you found in your reporting about russell. Wilson's experience at the super bowl. You know it's really interesting. Because i tweeted during the super bowl. That antonio brown caught a touchdown from tom brady in front of russell. Wilson there is the pass for the touchdown. What drive a super bowl. Winning drive that brady's only done throughout his whole career. I kind of just said it like star cast the as a joke. Not really thinking about how russell fell and then as our reporting i was like okay so i i was right like he is really upset. And it's so many factors. There is the fact that tom brady is in. The super bowl is the fact tom. Brady's they're playing pine. A good line is the fact that tom brady is playing in a system. That gives him some atonomy like got to pick players gronk. Antonio brown is the fact that mahomes is there again laying for again in a system that like essentially like his talents. The last time also played in the super bowl loss of tom brady seven years later prime many years. Tom brady's back. I suppose in a soup. Kitchen fuming so during the superbowl. He's texting his quarterback coach. And just close. 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The Pandemic Has Created a Modern-Day Spice Boom
"And if you've been spending a little more time in the kitchen since the pandemic began you're not alone. More than half of grocery. Shoppers have discovered a new love of cooking. According to a recent report by sales and marketing firm agusta so much so in fact that many consumers say they plan to keep cooking even when restaurants resume full regular operations but there are only so many pots of chicken noodle soup and beef stew you can whip up before you're craving something else right well as home chefs tired of their standard menus. They began getting a little more creative with spices and seasonings. While restaurant business was down mccormick and company the country's largest spice manufacturer saw consumer demand for its spices and herbs spike. Thirty five percent over the previous year that according to data analytics firm information resources this modern day spice boom made it tough for some consumers to find staples like garlic powder pumpkin pie spice and vanilla extract for their holiday meals. The washington post reports maryland-based mccormick has also doubled down on the notion that consumers want more flavor in clean eating options in the mix. The company made two notable acquisitions in twenty twenty. I it added. Show lula hot sauce. Premium mexican hot sauce brand portfolio. Then late in two thousand twenty. The company acquired phone international align of natural flavors another company benefiting from the spice. Boom is pepsi's spices based in wisconsin founder bill pansy told the washington post quote. People are cooking to get in touch with who they are in these times of stress. Well based on the way vanilla beans flew off the shelves this year. People must have gotten very in touch with themselves while pansies been dealing with shortages in supplies in packaging. Its founder says. He's been impressed by the level of international cooperation in his supply chain while the spice boom is holding steady for now. Some question what will happen when we can freely go to restaurants again probably more of the same at least for now. Experts say to begin with restaurant dining has been trending mostly downward since two thousand. According to research firm the mpg group many people suffered financial losses during the pandemic. Of course now. That home cooks have gotten used to the money saving and health benefits of preparing meals at home. They may be reluctant to give up those advantages. Cnbc reports and then there are unexpected. Contributors to kitchen gadgets like the popular instant pots cooker of made it. Easier for home cooks to pull off complicated dishes like some indian and thai fair the washington post reports. Why go out for dinner and a movie when you can throw a bunch of ingredients in the instant pots and catch the latest net flix release. Especially if you're already working from home right well mccormick's actions back up the theory. That home cooking is here to stay. The company is transitioned its factories to twenty four hour to meet demand. The company estimated that created the equivalent of an extra factory's output by the end of last year pens actually shut down when it saw a spike in orders early in the pandemic we could reconfigure its warehouse to keep workers safe and socially distanced. The team stayed in contact with customers by email to apprise them of their order status until they could catch up. Spice makers are still in a scramble to get consumers the seasonings they need and while it may be a while before their commercial business segments. Come back they have their work. Cut out for them. As long as the kitchen table remains the hottest eatery town
"lula" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Bucks. Stills, buckaroos Lula Shadow. Don't But we know your kids also have a bazillion questions about money. I wonder how many works How is when he made more than two money and one? How can you buy things with dollar bills? When they're just pieces of green paper? Who decides what things are worth? What is money made out of No, it's not paper because it doesn't rip. Yeah, those ones and answering them can be uncomfortable. Scary, embarrassing, just plain awkward. Which is why our new show is here to help. I'm Jed Kim from a new podcast from market place called Million Bazillion made in partnership with brains on each week. We're answering the questions kids have about money and how it works. And making your life a little easier along the way. Join us as we go back in time to find out who invented money, because, yeah, there was like a national guy, A king who decided Let's make a new technology and let's call it a coin. And we're going to teach your kids how to be expert negotiators. We're talking about life skills here, people, So there's something you want, But in order to get something from someone else, you have to help them get there. And then my mom was like I could see that in this negotiation paid off and you're Very persuasive, and we're going to figure out why things cost what they do, starting with pizza With help from somebody who really knows pizza. I get to eat pizza every day, which is also my all time favorite food, plus finding out how advertisers trick your brains into wanting.
"lula" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"You know the first time i did that. Lula wheel which was many years ago. It was so enlightening. Because what they did is you drew out. You know you put yourself within this wheel. Then they had you draw out the wheel you know and so i'm a visual learner if you haven't known By me by now and so when you see that wheel and you you understand. How lopsided in This wheel isn't even the shape of a wheel. No wonder we're not rolling through life so easy. Because we're we're just like this blob. Trying to you know inchworm through life it was it was like a big slap in the face of first time. I did that. Yeah it's so enlightening. The one of the lowest things for me on the wheel the first time i did it and still it's one of my biggest goals is fun. Yeah i can tell you that to If anybody else has lived with alcoholism in their family you know that fund is generally the last thing that you're thinking of because you are just gripping onto the world by your fingertips. And i forgot how to have fun. I truly did so. I love the fact that this will process. Encourages fun. because you know what we're not on this world or on this earth just to work or whatever it is. We're here to enjoy life. We're here for such a small amount of time and you know what we're here for a purpose yes and You know i. I'm actually excited. Because i am going to be hosting Just for people who are listening to this. I'm going to be hosting a one hour workshop and if you're ready to start living on purpose and with integrity with yourself. I'm really excited to be able to offer this when our workshop. And it's gonna help you show twenty twenty one. Who's in charge. And i hope that you. I wrote an what a gift. I mean truly..
Amazon Deforestation Reaches 12-Year High
"In the Brazilian Amazon has exploded under president Gyre Belson ARO. New data from the country's Space agency shows the rate of deforestation is at a 12 year high. The rain forest is home to approximately one million indigenous people. So what's the impact on on them? them? Gustavo Gustavo Fella Fella does does is is the the founder founder of of Info Info Amazonia, Amazonia, a a data data based based journalism journalism initiative. initiative. He He says says illegal illegal logging, logging, land land grabs grabs for for farming farming and and even even gold gold mining mining has been encouraged by the Bulls in our government. It's threatening indigenous people. So you have a lot of land grabbing and invasions and territories, Indigenous territories by this illegal miners, while the discourse and in both arms of course it's him. I called this is our cat miners. You know these people need to survive and just find some gold in the river is not like that. It's real mining going on were like huge, expensive machines. We've done that need for Macedonia large investigations showing that this is a big business connected to Amster done or Miami and as the pandemic evolves, and gold gets the highest price ever. There's no way of getting out of this because people won't Stop buying gold. The pressure is coming directly to the Amazon and fueling this illegal activities asked me to Boston, hers doing something no, not at all. Both. An arrow has had an ally in President Trump in terms of supporting industry over the environment, But there has been a shift. Incoming President Joe Biden has threatened economic consequences if deforestation continues. Do you think more international pressure could impact both scenarios environmental approach one way It's clear that economic pressure trade barriers my change, but at the same time you see the recent to Abidin mention, kind of energized the base of both of my arms and like that's what they want. They want to our hands on, so he creates a kind of political environment that is prone for the kind of nationalistic discourse as well. Let me ask you this. If pressure from the United States government isn't going to do the trick, then I'm wondering how concerned you are about what is happening in the Amazon and and what you see in the short term as the future there. Look, My main concern is that while this is happening, you know like this back and forth and pressure, international pressure damaged ones get more and more illegal. We know about drug trafficking. Of the FARC in Colombia has operated for years in the Amazon and now the Ambien guerilla group. Exactly so now that they're all mostly done in Colombia, all this trade routes of cocaine have moved to Brazil. The brew and the south part of Venezuela, and the war is fierce there. I don't know if you have looked at some point the home side rates of the Amazon cities right now, they just like the highest in Brazil, because all the you know like a criminal activity off the big centers of the South had moved there because they're trying to control that. And this money is linked to a lot of other illegal activities, including the four station because it's a big way of mounting your money and getting land and it's moving into illegal mining, legal mining off gold. It's huge. Now it's the highest level ever in the Amazon, all the Amazon countries, especially in south part of Venezuela. Which is controlled by the same Gabriel is that left London And so we have a regional security issue that is really building up. Most powerful A Rose is in Sao Paolo. He's the environment investigations editor at the Pulitzer Center and the founder of Info, Amazonia. Thank you very much. Thank you. Lula was a pleasure.
"lula" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Nicknames for it. Bucks. Stills, buckaroos Lula Shadow. Don't But we know your kids also have a bazillion questions about money. I wonder how many works How is when he made more than two money and one? How can you buy things with dollar bills? When they're just pieces of green paper? Who decides what things are worth? What is money made out of Daniel. It's not paper because it doesn't rip. Yeah, those ones and answering them can be uncomfortable. Scary, embarrassing, just plain awkward. Which is why our new show is here to help. I'm Jed Kim from a new podcast from market place called Million Bazillion made in partnership with brains on each week. We're answering the questions kids have about money and how it works. And making your life a little easier along the way. Join us as we go back in time to find out who invented money, because, yeah, there was like an actual guy, A king who decided Let's make a new technology and let's call it a coin. And we're going to teach your kids how to be expert negotiators. We're talking about life skills here, people, So there's something you want, But in order to get something from someone else, you have to help them get there. And then my mom was like I could see that in this negotiation paid off and you Very persuasive, and we're going to figure out why things cost what they do, starting with pizza With help from somebody who really knows pizza. I get to eat pizza every day, which is also my all time favorite food, plus finding out how advertisers trick your brains into wanting.
Former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh Dies at 46 From Injuries
"The retired CEO of the online shoe retailer, Zappos dot com, has died. Tony Shea died from injuries he suffered in a fire this month and Lula New London, Connecticut. He was 46 years old. She had recently retired from Zappa's After 20 years. He also worked to revitalize downtown Las Vegas. Examples was sold to Amazon for $1.2 billion in 2009, but Shay stayed with the company until it's retirement. In 2013. He pledged $350 million for redevelopment and moved Zap asses headquarters to the
Civil Rights Champion, Unita Blackwell
"Hello for Wonder Media Network, I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manica. Today. We're talking about a key figure in the civil rights movement who risked her life to lift her voice and the voices of other black. Americans. Through violence and abuse she campaigned for equality and became the first black woman to serve as mayor and Mississippi. This is the story of UNITA. UNITA Zelma Blackwell was born he uses brown on March Eighteenth Nineteen thirty three in Lula Mississippi. Her father was a sharecropper and you need a picked cotton in the field alongside her mother until her mother sent her to live with relatives in Arkansas to receive a better education. At that time in Mississippi, black children could only attend school for two years before they were forced to return to the fields. Though you need us mother couldn't read or write. She was determined to give her daughter a better life. You need a chose her own full name after her teacher told her. She couldn't just go by the initials UC. She decided to go with UNITA Zelma. At the age of twelve, you need a left school she returned to picking cotton until she was thirty one years old she married three times but kept the last name of her first husband Jeremiah Blackwell. It was with him. She had her only child Jeremiah Junior. The turning point of UNITA's life came in nineteen, sixty four during the freedom summer. The student nonviolent. Coordinating Committee or Snick was campaigning to raise awareness about registering black citizens to vote you need a signed up to help right away during her attempts to help register black voters across our community. She was arrested more than seventy times. She was also targeted by the K. K. K. members burned crosses in her yard. You need was one of only eight black people in her county who tried to register to vote armed white men threatened you need other brave people trying to vote outside the courthouse and nearly prevented them from entering when they were finally allowed to enter the building they were forced to undergo an unfair literacy tests which all of them failed. You need to realize that despite the fact voting was illegal right society still stacked all the odds against the black community. She was more determined than ever to make her voice heard. So she began to participate in one movement after another to fight the unjust system. In nineteen sixty five UNITA sued her county's board of Education for suspending three hundred students including her own son for wearing freedom pens. She also suit to desegregate the school district. These cases traveled all the way up to federal courts though the pins remained banned, the district was ordered to desegregate. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six UNITA was elected mayor of mayors spell. which reportedly made her the first black woman to serve as a mayor in Mississippi. When she took office, the five hundred person town had unpaved streets and no sewer system many residents lived in small tin roof shacks with no running water. UNITA immediately set to work on improving conditions serving the town for two decades from a one room. City Hall. She led the way for the town to pave a name. It's roads, install streetlights, built sewers, improve its housing, and even get its first fire truck. In nineteen eighty three UNITA earned a master's degree in regional planning from New Mass Amherst having never previously attended college in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two, she brought national attention to mayors, Ville, and all rural communities when she won three, hundred, fifty, thousand dollar Macarthur Genius Grant. Throughout her career you traveled internationally she gave speeches advised presidents like Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton a never stopped fighting for civil rights. She was defeated for re election to her position in two thousand one by then she'd long made positive mark on the rural communities of Mississippi and beyond. You need. Blackwell passed away on May, Thirteenth Twenty nineteen she made an enormous difference in Marysville Mississippi enter influence extends far beyond her hometown. She fought for the rights of all Americans and brought attention too often forgotten areas of the country.
Michael Brooks, political commentator and podcast host, dies at 37
"The journalist and political commentator Michael Brooks has died suddenly at the of thirty seven. He hosted the online program. The Michael Brook show and worked with the majority report and Jacob. Tributes have poured in from around the world. Former Brazilian president Louis Nazia Lula. Da Silva wrote on twitter. Quote may his passion for Social Justice be remembered and inspire people around the world.
Travel to Saudi Arabia
"Welcome to the amateur traveler. I'm your host Chris Christianson. Let's talk about Saudi Arabia. I'd like to welcome to the show flow meter. Who's come to us from Munich Germany but come to talk to us about Saudi Arabia flow? Welcome to the show. Thank you Chris. Happy to be here. Saudi Arabia is not a place that well actually. It's a place that a lot of people have gone on Hosh. It's one of the most popular travel destinations in the world but for people who are not Muslims. It is a relatively new destination very true yet. Open up its tourist visa in the end of September so everything is very new. There and for me was the interesting part of really yet. Go to a country where tourism really hasn't been a part of the history in the last year. I guess that answers the question of why you went to Saudi Arabia. Was there more to the story than just it opened up. The opportunity was available. I mean Saudi Arabia. There's so much so much to talk about. I mean first of all landscape. I think we always think about at least to me. It was okay. Saudi Arabia desert oil encampments. That's the first words that came to remind but the landscape boys. There is so much more to see. I mean the Sea of the mountains zero than history wise. I mean a lot of ancient kingdoms coming from there the history of Islam being from there but for me it was one of the biggest reasons why a went to Saudi. Arabia was the hospitality of the people. I heard such amazing things about that. I've been around in the Middle East and I wanted to experience it for myself and as soon as I heard. They opened up the doors for tourists. I said okay. I'm going to jump on that wagon and I want to see for myself to really see how it is. And what kind of an itinerary? Are you going to recommend for us when you look at the map? Saudi Arabia is a huge country. So I always say it's better to have more time than less. But if you have about eight to ten days that should give you a good idea overview over the country so I did it. I'd recommend always starting in Ria. That's the capital on the east side. And then making your way for the West stow after that a Lula which is a beautiful beautiful historic site than to Medina which is super interesting because Muslims go there as well now and then to Jeddah and then from Jeddah head back to Fly Back from Jeddah which options whatever works best for you excellent before we get into that in more detail one place. You didn't name and I WANNA talk about why you didn't name. It is a place that other people might be interested in going. And that's Mecca and there's a reason why you didn't name Mecca and we OUGHTA address the elephant in the room as it were so if he would want to go to Mecca. I'll give you the picture you'll drive on the road and then you see a big sign which says non Muslims go right and Muslims go straight celebrate as a non Muslim. You're not allowed to go to Mecca. And that of course has to be respected now of course if you are Muslim than that's entirely different and you in fact are encouraged or required depending on how one looks at that to make a trip to Mecca at least once in your life if you have the means to do so. So but we're not gonNA address Mecca in this particular episode. We're not going to address going on Hajj because most of the show can't do that so excellent you started us in Riyadh exactly so the beauty of Saudi Arabia is that everything is pretty new so I mean arriving day you arrive at a Super Bowl Airport. I first of all said okay. I'm GonNa take the metro into town so followed the metro signs only to find out that not. That's not billed yet. So that's how earlier wasn't the country so back out of the airport into Uber and into town. We think we always have this idea that Saudi Arabia is a very rich country but maybe a bit old school. That definitely didn't find that the case Uber which works fantastic they have all the amenities modern buildings amazing and paired with all the history that comes with it and there was amazing for me on firsthand arrived in the country. I get into Uber. You drive into town takes about forty five minutes because traffic is crazy and we start talking and suddenly he stops and he gets out of the car and he comes back into the car with a box of oranges. And I'm super perplexingly. Okay what would you know? He's giving me this box of oranges and I was like okay. Maybe we did the picked it up for his wife or his family and he's like no no no. This is for you and this was the first time really experienced hands on Saudi hospitality. Which is insane. I mean I've been to a lot of places but never ever did uber. Taxi driver gave me a present for just arriving in the country. And that would be a new one for me as well. It's really insane. And this was not a one time I arrived in is expensive. There's a lot of hotels but they are quite expensive when expensive sixty seventy USD. For I would say the the cheapest room.
"lula" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Where she is we need to check she commented on to Lula's Instagram post and said not many can pull that color off looking good squad or maybe they just made the decision like I would like to be in you should be with your kids or something I mean I don't know but they have kids okay so I don't know what's going on I don't know I don't really understand because they have an eight year old and a five year old he's since two thousand nine demi and Bruce were married from nineteen eighty seven to two thousand still started over a cop and then kids or adults interesting I don't really needs to smell around the cage I wonder if he was I mean you never know if he was visiting and like spending time with the girls and then things got shut down and he couldn't leave you know or something like that or just felt like that it would be safe to go back to his young kids and he'd been exposed to other people right I don't know it's so bizarre I don't know I don't understand the celebrities in their current roles let's move on to another buying everybody Kristin Kavallerie Cutler don't hello is there what is it did you not know who's with them the hair stylist Justin Anderson is the local he's here yeah he's D. P. he's part of DP here I don't know Dustin well that's exciting well they're together and they've all been hanging out on this island in the Bahamas and they've been there for three weeks but there's been all this kind of conflicting stuff like she's been posting we can't leave we can't get out everyone's like yeah you can do you can leave the Bahamas it's okay I mean I think we'd be honest though like when I want to leave the Bahamas right do you just stand up here's here's the take away because I there is a wonderful Twitter thread that file that this entertainment reporter I think followed you know sort of like breaks it all down like because they've been there for a while like twenty some days yeah then I think twenty seven days and you know you can make your own judgments when you read through that but it's very interesting how people in in positions of privilege like Christine capillary are managing the situation and how it like it is sort of just an interesting like ethnography of like what people do in a crisis and I think you can make your judgments about what you would do in that situation and they you might not make the same choices that they made but at the very least I think the takeaway is stay away from social media right now if you are a very privileged person be very careful how you engage social media because it's just going to make you look way more tone deaf then you probably actually are and this is exactly the criticism they're getting Bradley that it seems tone deaf that it seems insensitive and that this that there is just this kind of privileged way to court quarantine and then there are the people who don't have those privileges and then what those ramifications are right which we're seeing significantly like if you look at the statistics people of color are more likely to die than white people yeah and I was watching an analysis with of that with the Surgeon General this morning he was talking about the socio economic statuses and then space F. and the different spaces that you have to be together and so you're more likely to spread it the disease in places where you don't have room to go yeah and you're more likely to not have room to go if you're poor if only they cannot show people like high I get to be on an island for from everyone right like with peers and smiling in vacation and like doing your workouts with your trainer and being like retreating of time with the kids so that we can get our workouts and it just meanwhile I'm trying to find a corner of my home Cryin because my children want to argue about distance learning and I have to go to work yeah I know yeah you know I mean and everybody has a version of that I'm not saying that like I need my always has it worse yeah yeah but everybody has a version of that in their lives right now with whatever it is that is making this exceedingly difficult for them and to get flashes of people enjoying their survey says you know in the crystal beautiful blue waters of the Bahamas is just like a a little off I also think it we've been doing this a lot too is giving people extra grace in this moment like at least pointing that out to them and then giving them the opportunity to own that so like hopefully some of these people miss capillary included well and company will maybe.
Bringing Voice to British Gas with Diana Mundo & Laura Celada
"Was an eight week project where you went from discovery all the way to a live action and I know there was a lot of research involved as well as great collaboration and love to start with you Laura. Can you tell us why you came to Diana and her team? What was the problem that you were trying to solve? So everything is started. We Oklahoma we have we saw talk about the importance of north technology. That is happening a gross old along with before an old. Is this actually going to try IT We're told that a company. We need to be eating up the the market. And when I it's okay honey. No so that's why we tied aid remind to do something with boys. How come you like basically make school combined most ignored we still being heating issue? And that's why we rely so they were no boy. The pro blend that could be easily so by customer without the need Huntingdon near so. That's why would go okay. How did he great Anakin Lula assists done? That had got the message. Hold them. We'll come on each is without the need for funding Guinea Benito coining on waiting for like x number of minutes. Dessie joining any air to arrive on that. Why we tell okay we need. I could partner to the That's why we go talk to me. And probably Sapien The Anna on the web every collaborative from them I mean at one. They were very adine. Beverly I'm have been like a schoolgirl. Amazing mom point of view. Yeah and Diana as you had said it took you eight weeks. I would love for us to kind of go through this entire process for people to understand how it works and I know it started a lot with the research you did and then kind of creating a strategy. So can you take us from kind of week one through week AIDS? What you all did yes. Sure Solo Project Larson. It was a little bit crazy. You know going from absolutely nothing all the way to live action show when we started. We kicked off the project with a big team We had Actually developed her. Ania copyrights there with Toby and Stamler people from British styled as well and it was committed people in Google for the first brain We kind of got altogether all got to know each other. We have one of the boiler engineers we make sure but we were Working kind of in the right direction and solving the right problem. So basically the way we worked throughout The whole project was guided by Beta We had a program where they had engineers from the other side of the phone. Healthy people so Problem supporters so basic problems like turning the polar on enough again That people can do comedy easy and wait for an engineer to my Dean. You wake up one day seven in the morning and your house is freezing. Realize there's no hidden there is no hot water. It's just awful. If you have something upon that will help you saw the property or life will be so much better than waiting for today's needs to come so that was kinda premise of the work. We took theft role DOTS programme that they have on the phone We can finalize which word problems people were Hobby Morrison. We took those problems and we prayed it. Basic journeys based on flows from technical blows so we prayed as basic. You start tearing me healthy kind of do they stop with avoiders. We talked to the engineer. Health does kind of refined those journeys make sure everything was saying We started working on it like straight away. We knew how important would be to the research. All the time with this Especially with boys. You know it's even more important than ever to proper besides the users so we started thinking very early in the journey we create a prototype. We started testing has said really I think it was six rounds of testing three official once and three unofficial lunch and we always tested every test before we went out like always is supposed to be on week. Three we British cows employees and probably safe and employees We tested the prototype and Berman on. It came mutter of Ethan racing on that for specified so basically they corps the work they happy with the first three weeks and after that we focus on. May Era Handley Unhappy Batch. Everything we could to make the experience right. We passed it again. We you search with the recruitment of boys devices for user on. We tested this time. The second time tested we feed it with the actual developed option so our affair fashioning remark teachers were really really hard and they had a an action but were four weeks five more or less with the with real users and again by Liebau Yael User fessing unbelievable information we eat race it on the copy on the dialogue and everything that we were getting out from the users and then for the final ash around week seven we visited the exclusive really cool experience when to their boy nurse. Martha cut me a sport who they boiler academy on. We fish that we real volume so actually people were fixing boiler Scorpio. This time. He was in with paper. Going there at the beginning actually managed to fix them. That was really exciting. And the last week we just focus on tithing up again improving based on the research on. Yeah we win. Lie On the very last day of those leaks but relies on the lie. They actually live at the moment as well. I love that so you I mean you're really emphasizing the research and the data in the beginning and I like the you're testing throughout the week so correct you are wrong. It sounds like you're kind of doing a little bit and then testing doing a little bit then testing rather than creating this entire thing and testing it at the end. Would that be correct? Exactly yeah so we first they hoppy bus and we put them in a prototype and that was the first base. We changed things on with us that again. So to squeeze shakes research sessions in a big house the apiece every other week that we were best thing I know.
Mexican immigrant is 7th person to die in ICE custody in 5 months
"A thirty four year old Mexican immigrant who is being held in immigration and customs enforcement custody died yesterday in what officials described as an apparent suicide David Kohl Lula is the seventh person to die in ice custody in five months and according to officials the fourth person to die by self inflicted
Mexican immigrant is 7th person to die in ICE custody in 5 months
"A thirty four year old Mexican immigrant who is being held in immigration and customs enforcement custody died yesterday in what officials described as an apparent suicide David Kohl Lula is the seventh person to die in ice custody in the past five months and according to officials the fourth person to die by self inflicted
Lightning Labs Beta Tests Its First Paid Product: Lightning Loop
"Is lightning loop. Yes sure so. Lightning loop is a product that we had lightning lobster developed to make it more efficient to send receive bitcoin on the leading network and the nature of lightning is such that you have amazing speed amazing skill ability and very low fees but there there is a requirement of liquidity. And what that means is if you want to receive funds on lightning you need what we call inbound liquidity to do so and this is more obvious to the average individual but if you WanNa send funds you need funds on the side that you're going to sentence you need the ability to save money in your account as lighting Luke does is it helps people relocate their funds in the network so for example if a lot of people have sent me funds on lightning already and I no longer have that inbound capacity liquidity as we call it I then can no longer keep perceiving those funds so lighting could actually help people by moving their funds from lightning back to the bitcoin. Blockchain Nagas Odio manner so they could keep receiving and and then similarly If you want to send funds online and you can actually refill your channel. Think of it as refilling an account using lightning by swapping funds from the Bitcoin blockchain onto to lightning So in analogy. I sometimes use Luke. Inas be calling you refill. Your channel is kind of like Refilling your prepaid debit card or a couch loop out is a little bit harder. Because we don't usually have that concept but if you had a cash full of cash and you actually did take cash out and then you can continue to receive money in that register. Not so that works. So Relating Louisville product we already had it in Alpha had quite a lot of startups involved Some great folks like fold have been users of it and it's helping. Their businesses is helping them. More effectively center received funds enlightening. And we've gotten a lot of good feedback so far and we announced the Beta with increase limits for people to be able to move their funds in and out of lightening from the decline `Blanche blockchain and would have the limit spin. And what are they now so lightning that were generally today has a limit of around fifteen hundred. US dollars per channel so channels are kind of like accounts on the network people open multiple channels between two participants. Anouk there's also a transaction action limit Which is point zero four to BTC? So it's about three hundred three fifty dollars. Depending upon the Bitcoin of the day loop originally was capped. Ah previously at half. That's about one fifty now. It's up to around three hundred three fifty and that will stay in place while the cats are present on the lightning network more broadly. But there's something called one Bo kind of like jumbo. W that is derived from spongebob. And crash relying co-founder lawlor spongebob. I just missed the whole. Spongebob thing but he's really is about larger channel sizes on lining doing so today. We soldiers limits in place chose to do so for safety and security reasons but with one Bo it will be opt in larger channel sizes so the good news is somebody will unintentionally opening massive channel and not realize what they're doing but if they choose to do so they'll be able to opt in and put more capital until lightning in these channels So with one Bo in the broader network will also increase Luke capacities as well as you mentioned you know the limits so far have been pretty small. Aw but you did talk about some of the companies that are building on them. So what are the typical applications that companies are using lightning for now. Yeah so we've seen this the whole host of startups emerge which has been really incredible Less than two years ago at Lightning Labsi release the Beta version of our implementation of lightning network. There are numerous implementations implementation's there's US you lightning from extreme. There's a clear from a sink so we built ours. We release his Beta. And since then we've seen a whole new crop of startups emerge. I didn't even exist prior to this. Many of them are focused on lightning. I so there are a few categories of these One that I know our head of Operations Desert dickerson loves a UH the rise of the lightning gaming startup so quite a few video game companies have emerged. There's ZD Donner lab. SUSHI's games where they're integrating lightning payments into their video games. So I think that's a really Case we've seen a lightning payment startups where you can buy things with lightning. So we have full bit refill. Fill open node. Helping people is a payment processor. There's not pay where merchants can integrate bitcoin lightning and run their own when sulfur in order to do so. So there's the ability to pay with lightning. There's Latin pizza which is a cool project from fold where you can order pizza with lightning And in some cases as you get back as well then we have the earning with lightning companies. There's a great one called stock. I mean who doesn't want more bitcoin. I won't Bitcoin. The people think of lightning people spending bitcoin. But there's actually huge potential people. Earning Bitcoin as well so stock is a really great start up just on the founder last night where people can complete these tasks if you know Amazon Mechanical Turk and they earn Sushi's on lightning because think about it this way if you wanted to pay people around the world's talk radio different countries to do small tasks and you wanted to do it with you know in the Fiat system. Good luck you know. That's just not going to be possible. So stock is a great way to complete tasks do this micro work and earn on With lightning and then dirk companies like tip in and a variety of products where you can actually two people apple and again earn people can actually make money with lightning a noisy the rise of a lightning financial startup. And they're quite view these as well river financial toll for example and disclosure personally in my personal capacity and adviser they are they integrated. Led lighting where you can deposit and withdraw and you can buy Bitcoin coin with dollars and drugs and lightning or you can deposit and then tell for USD we have which is building a lightning native eight of API We have sparks. which is doing trading zapped which is doing OTC You can transact between USD and lightning A host of those in the way of the wallets under great wines like Breeze Moon Zappa also working at a wallet. There's Lula while Toshi so there's really been just as shoot ecosystem that has emerged in less than two years and This fall we co organize a lightning conference we had I five hundred developers enthusiasts community members in Berlin people came from all around the world every continent and it was incredible to see that in person. It's an to release the ABI tangible and enter this world of lightning where everyone was buying. There was a lightning beer tackling cocktail by. You could buy ice cream hot chocolate. Let all sorts of interesting things would lightning. You could play video games as lightning. There's a letting scooter tesla coil. Where when you painted at actually sparked like ooh yesterday I actually live on Yahoo Finance livestream? Our head of operations said the chickens. Paul you feed this community is their real business. Being built in town moved but there are also these crazy used cases. You're like wait if I if I've got a a few years ago that the technical building was gonNA help us chickens like it happened
"lula" Discussed on KCRW
"Right get Lula's amnesties at the class recent which is what someone mixing men rode the Talmud centuries ago and Farber notes that it's still mostly men who give the teachings and because they're given by men they're not actually kind of scene from his perspective and that's something that the when I teach I think a lot about the women's issues on the page like one section the could be interpreted as ascribing less worth to women she says men may gloss over passages like that which she takes time to explain it there's an issue here why are women value less than men how do I address it so we still can't we have to look in terms of historical context and when was this written in this was written in a time where women were valued is less because women weren't educated women were working farmer who's the daily Tom would podcast in English and Hebrew with about two hundred fifty subscribers she's trying to make the Thomas more approachable for women one of her podcast listeners is the line a Christian who wrote a memoir about studying the Tom would these texts are so rich literary lease so richly imagined there is a story about a man who mistook his wife for a prostitute the story about a man who was so engaged by his Torah study that he neglected to come home to his wife for years and years their stories that just make you think differently about so many aspects of human experience and in that sense these texts are really timeless she says even with the Thomas antiquated assumptions about gender and class the stories are meaningful and worth learning these women follow the page a day tradition the take seven and a half years to complete in early January orthodox Jews held large gatherings to mark the end of the cycle and for the first time there was a large mass celebration for.
Probiotics and Prebiotics: What's the Difference?
"Get into talking about probiotics. What are they in? What do they do for us? Yeah so basically. probiotics are the living organisms. They are good bacteria that live in our You know they can do a whole host of things for us in. There has been a lot of the research that's been done on It's still I think super early days on that. There's a lot that still that's still needs to be done. And there's a lot of contradicting information out there about what probiotics can cannot do bras but at the end of the day the one thing that they are really great for is our digestive health You know they keep the that they keep the bacteria good bacteria in check in our guts and they help our digestive system to move Lula and stay regular You know potentially they can keep some illnesses at bay But at the end of the day they've made us feel really good right. Keep our healthy I WANNA talk more. About what types of foods are rich and probiotics but before we go there. I also wanted you to explain to us about a prebiotics which I think a lot of people. Maybe even most people have heard of P- robotics but not so many people have heard about prebiotics. Sure I think that's totally fair statement that not a lot of people have heard prebiotics or sometimes they hear about it and think. Oh wait did did you actually mean probiotics But no it's totally separate and the to really go hand in hand so prebiotics are essentially the food food that probiotics need to to work and to flourish and to really do their job Knows that they can't do that on their own. And they need you know like all other living organisms probiotics apt to eat and prebiotics are the sources that really do that for them. Wow so it's it's like food for your products. Always kind of thought of is like maybe fertilizer for the products. But I guess that's not exactly accurate. Duret oh no I think. I think that analogy also works for it. But it's something that is helping them flourish in your gut if everybody can helping the probiotics to flourish in their certain fertilizer or something if something that does that
Majority of Brazilians Think Lula's Release from Prison Was Fair
"Fifty. Four percent of Brazilians Fink that the decision to free Lula was fair And forty two percent disagree agree. But that's quite interesting. Marcus when Lula went to jail in April French thousand eighteen. It was the opposite fifty. Four people actually said yes he should go to jail so I think there's been kind of a change of mind among Brazilians about that topic has brought that about well. I wonder if it's because the the the slyly and popularity clarity of variables scenario. Because there's being another question here if you trust You know what's Jacobson says. Forty two percent of people of Brazilians. They do not trust anything. They're both Sonata. Says for Lulu thirty seven percent so so it's quite interesting numbers and people are already predicting that you thousand twenty not to our next presidential election will be again a battle between both scenario and the Workers Party and who knows if there will be kind of a more centrist force in the country. So are you basically saying that now having joined ables Dinara in power makes former lead Seem more viable options a bit more interactive. I guess you gotTa Markus. That's exactly the point and always the Brazilian public feeling about abortion. Well again there's been quite a few polls released by full at some Paulo. I think the country is divided. Oh I didn't. Three at third of the country hates in third of the country still loves in and a third of the country's don't care it's literally divided like
Brazil's former President Lula released from prison
"Former president Louis Lula da Silva has has been released on one of the first things he did was to address thousands of his jubilant supporters. The Metalworkers Union in Sao Paulo Monaco's Latin American affairs is correspondent leasing. The Elliott was there and I'm delighted to say. She joins us on the line. Now Welcome back to monocle twenty four. Listen what were things like on Saturday. When Lula appeared appeared was I stay really sort of marked a move really away from Lulu the political prisoner Emerton Lou? The politician thousands of people as you say gathered outside right the union where his political career really took off back in the one thousand nine hundred and they were there to hear his public address and it was a carnival of sorts with live music coming home really that that contrasted hugely to the very somber mood last time. The Workers Party supporters met at the site in April of last year when Luder actually handed ended himself into the authorities and went to prison. We stayed until fairly late. And there was a brief moment where he sort of popped his head out of the Union Wendo to say good night but it was certainly one of if one of celebration on Saturday and also there is a sense that this is a political breakthrough because yes he has been imprisoned and no he. The corruption charges have not been dropped and no he can't run for public office but this is him positioning himself back in the political limelight. Isn't it yet. He certainly and he reiterated his political ambitions of the weekend naturally said that the left can take back reveals presidency in the twenty twenty two election. Technically yes he's barred from running running for public office because of the conviction because of the charges against him but there were talks actually of a national tour in coming weeks or months where he set to meet with constituents truants. I mean there haven't been further details about that whether he actually manages to eventually become a candidate again. What is clear he seems to be trying to? Galvanize is in reinvigorate the left in Brazil because up until now there's been a distinct lack the plausible opposition figure to Bolsonaro since he took office a little over eleven months months ago and unloader appears to want to be just that. Do you think he will be able to be plausible political figure given the fact that he has got such a backstory that no one can forget get I mean for his detractors. Lulu still remains a highly controversial figure and is blamed for fostering a culture of corruption in Brazil and should be kept opt in prison. I mean I remember. When he was jailed back in April last year there were fireworks going off in parts of the country and celebration and also on Saturday? Although it wasn't as widely reported did but pro Bolsonaro groups really came together in the city of some Paolo in supported. The president's and to many of the millions voted for Bolsonaro in the last election. Lueders release piece is is a reminder of exactly why they did and there have been talks among political analysts early this morning that say that maybe it's not the best moves by the Workers Party to out him. At Center stage we see how in Argentina recently by putting polarizing but nevertheless still powerful figure Christina kitchener further in the background. You know she ran as vice president. That really paid off and she liked. Lula had a string of corruption related charges against her But being in the backseat so so yes. This is still very much up for debate at a whether it would be a a move sorts. Tell us a little bit more about what his the next move can possibly given the fact that he's barred from standing for office but nonetheless is not barred from speaking in public exactly so the charges haven't been dropped against against him what's changed. Since Thursday's Supreme Court ruling is that he can appeal but as a free man and very publicly before he had to exhaust. The appeals process from jail and this is also applied to thousands of other inmates here in Brazil his conviction relating to the beach side apartment stands and his lawyers said the over the coming weeks immediately. They're going to continue to appeal because he was serving this for eight years and ten months for corruption and money laundering and still faces a half a half dozen corruption. Trials luda still whoa denies all the charges and he's urging that they're politically motivated in order to keep him out of the presidential election and but for the moment you know the the main thing is that he's out in public. Listen to relate. Thank you very much indeed for joining his own monocle twenty four. Let's get more on this now. From Ovarian Fernando Pacheco Echo Fernando is native of Sao Paulo and was back home visiting his family over the weekend. In fact just off the plane hunting your finances so welcome to the studio. Just tell us a little bit more about what it it was like to be in Sao Paulo in your hometown and see Lula back in the headlines again. First of all he was such a surprise. I was not predicting This decision decision by the Supreme Court and when it was announced of course it was big news in Brazil it was on tv all the time. I had to cancel my evening plans because as a good journalist even on holiday today I was I mean He Luli such one of the most important political figures in Brazil ever in a way and as listened to say he's quite divisive You either loving or hating. It's very difficult to not have an opinion about Lula in a way and interesting. Because you know I'm from some Paolo which is actually political conservative states especially in recent years so perhaps I got a different vibe. I'm sure Lula has many supporters in the northeast. But where I was in symbolic impala could fuel a lot of people actually attacking the Supreme Court For our the ruling can be felt in the streets got it because I mean Brazil has never been Brazilians. Excellent never been backwards in coming forward and expressing their political opinion in the streets but Your mum is from Sao Paulo and she's a therapist isn't she says she's gentle lovely lovely soul anyone who's been lucky enough to meet Fernandez. Mother will have their life slightly enrich via. But you get but even she has been subject to political Michael victimization. Doesn't she's by simply going on. Line trolling is rife absolutely me Shirota. Something like democracy or on her social media and and so leaving among her group of friends people were attacking and some people start even swearing. I mean she even decided to delete that and it is true Even in Brazil some point I was covering the election eighteen. I kind of I felt kind of a some sort of fear when I was in the cab. If I wanted to express my political opinion lenient because people. They're very heated. They will call you names. I mean I'm not saying everyone does that but it is very heated moment In Brazil the moment dis. I think that the release of Leila a man who's who so intrinsically linked with Brazil's past and with all the corruption that goes was with it is the right person to change the political game in Brazil given the fact that Bolsonaro in many ways is an open goal given how deeply deeply unpopular he is with certain areas of society. This is so hard ammo because let's not forget. Lula is a fantastic reiter. I mean when he spoke when he was released released. I mean it was like Oh my God finally have a challenger to both scenario but I agree with you this is a man also who hated by many Brazilians and a person that that is hated by almost half of the population. I think it's quite hard for him to be kind of become president again for example. We don't have leaders Such such as Lulu or even a bolt sonar. We don't see a new generation coming up at least at the moment so it's going to be very hard and aggressive in check. I thank you very much indeed for joining me in the
"lula" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"And I see avacado and his face on the billboard. I it's Domingo got got to see is. Espanola for attorney and he's got up on billboards and he's everywhere. And it's funny, I just found out that I'm ago is also now, the president of Lula at least DFW chapter. Wow. You know she I wonder how this all works. Let's see. He leads the rally of illegals years ago hundred thousand of them he. He he's an attorney. And now he's had a Lou lack, but yet, he still advertising, of course, to have people who don't speak English, but speak Spanish to call him if they need an attorney. So it gets free publicity, as well by being the head of Lula. But that's just that's how he rolls the guy is. But I did debate him we've, he's been on this show. We've debated, but also debated him in, in historic two part television debate on channel twenty one twenty one. Moderated by none other than Chris SALCEDO, our midday host on WB in front of mine. He's from nine to eleven on news talk eight twenty WBZ, you can Google it and you'll find us in a lot of fun. But I Gatos spoke out about in not just him. But the governor. Governor has spoken on governor Abbott and avocado governor abbot agree on something. They don't they don't like Trump's tariffs, the threat of the five percent. Actually, the five percent Mexican tariff kicked in, I mean, as far as I know is supposed to start Jan wander Jan three so she chance June. So I started five percent. It's got comes out says this promise plan. Mexico like a political. They go it's Americans. We're going to be paying. Every time you see him play the avocado game with me. Have you time you see his billboards or bus boards or his little billboards that you see by the bus stop, she go? It's a murder we're.
"lula" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Now Understatement Lula's one appearance here yeah we need more but still love it enter at number fifteen. Matthew Justice followed by number sixteen west Markley man and that's something we didn't really talk about when we talked about that match but West Barkley acting as Joshua's fucking manager played a big part Josh win in that Belt Yeah Imag got a little bit of payback here he wasn't Info just in and out enter number seventeen dare director number eighteen the w intense champion Joshua bishop coming out with the belt to and this sets up those two going forward over 'cause they eliminated themselves together brawled out of the building yeah noticing a pattern with Joshua bishop in his feuds eliminating him in his opponent from the match number Nineteen Thurston jobbers favorite wrestler Louis Lennon yeah he was in their number twenty McCain her bid. It's it's a there with razor sharp in Joey her biggest off in the evening. Okay here's the thing with this. I seen him walking around like before the show but after doors open and I was like <hes> haven't seen you in awhile. Could you be a mystery entrant and turns out yeah but I still wasn't sure because he could just been fucking hanging out well and so that's the thing I was going. Let's say because I've seen him but shows like Mount Carmel where he was just there. Wrestling just hanging out not only was jerry which I don't know if we've mentioned yeah it was Jerry not only come out but students brought out the old Virgil esque banner Jerry A._I.. W wrestling superstar never got Virgil <hes> cod forgot <hes> Gadjah enter number twenty one weird body entered number twenty twenty two worldwide and should number twenty three M J F really enter here. That's twenty three any only must've been counting his lucky stars that that he was already eliminated because engineers thought of N.. J. F. came out with sheet house. Walking around the edge of the crowd cheetos throwing cheetos people and then he ran out any freaked out but even remember he had gummy bears his two states sites injured people entered number twenty four Nasty Russ entrant number twenty five. Tim Danced Enter Number Twenty Six bobby beverly enter number twenty seven Spyder spyder Nate Webb tricky tricky man's spyder Nate Webb telling people he was an Indie. I mean he wasn't lying but I'm sure at some point that day was an Indie Crop Neat Web's the best he's another guy that could be on every w shell Oh and I would be totally five hundred percent so this is where we had Joey Vanilla walking around with him like all it doesn't matter it was going for the gold spyder. Nate Webb was walking around through the crowd. Just like normal whipped joey M J F having maybe like flashbacks from lost in New York <hes> one attracts stop playing the fucking music even fucking Kim was he. I think he was on the Mike and he said stop playing fat boy. Yeah something I get US fucking hilarious. Can I give a w fans credit for something sue anybody who sang you are my sunshine and M._J.. Mania weekend sums up it was topical with the time. I am really glad that this crowd didn't decide that it was time to still keep that shit going when of Jeff came out here it was attempted attempted but it didn't catch on well good for everybody who didn't let it catch on 'cause it's time has come and gone entrant number twenty eight Eddie Kingston Yeah Insurance Number Twenty and number twenty nine when big John Tucker. This moment is what I was laughing my ass off because like M J F getting on big twins back in talking shit. I can't wait to see these two together more real good and then there was a party that really thought that was the thing and they've M._J.. Who's going to win that he was going to be the he'll winner because of fucking taunt because he did nothing that would have been great but we have entered number thirty? We is your pocket. Do the last big reaction of the night came from thrift store chopper now little before I close we don't know but who came out. I seen this person before or the show with his gear bag and a hood up as I was scouting locations to do the interview that you hear things GonNa drop next week with Matt Wadsworth trying to figure place. I can do it outside so here. He is trying Brian to like not be seen an icy him. It was none other than fucking Kaplan and as soon as Steve Guy Count was counting down and I knew okay twenty nine entrance Kaplan is not yet I just all locked act is over to the store jobber and he flipped out fucking love it there safety first Kaplan that two yup safety. I got to have a little showed out like book. It's no secret I'm a I'm a big Tim dot span but Tim dot stole that fucking Gimmick at they got to have like a little taste of lake <hes> throwdown. I would like to see that be a real match at some point like full full on full fucking Macha Kaplan I have dot but I I mean that was Kinda brewing lascher because it was <hes> Don's donald eliminated or the stole his his hard hat and it is safety. I pose and then Danski Limited got eliminated this time. He got limited on our side and he was like he's like I'm safety. I and I was like he was safety. I knew I was safety. I I I yeah so I mean that in between thing I'll say it was. I always thought it was inbetween that or just have those to tag up a safety. I I would take that to <hes>. I'll root for Tim all hardcore that I was also so happy that number thirty because I did not know the capital was in the building. I had a couple of people spoiled for me earlier. In the day that Kaplan hadn't what potato got carried out of their forgotten that earlier indie goblet and I was like do not make Jake that's fucking potato at thirty do not Z.. T. is on the Internet all week that he was gonna Rascic after his embarrassing video ranting and raving Buck in New Jersey and and I couldn't have been happier that it was Catholic so okay in reference to that video let's play. Let's play what if game what if Okay Dave Dawson did win gauntlet for the gold so that means he would go main event absolution with filthy. Tom Lawlor would that match alone. Be Worth the what we would have to go through between Gauntlet and APSO with potato the only way I'm interested in that if it's if if it's a shoot fucking I mean could be you. Don't know it if it's like shoe plate yeah. I'll take that they'll be like ten seconds long Tom. Does he know foxwoods. Either option is okay but he wasn't in it so he didn't win it. Wasn't we've got Kaplan. Instead great the return of Captain Hope it's a regular return like he was never like Cabrillo guy but boy just to have them. You know every couple shows that'd be fantastic. He was a fun guy period like in the ring out of the ring whenever he had a match just fucking left Kaplan. I think it's hard not got to go POPs up every once in a while yeah the last time we seen him. Was it got last year. Maybe was added show eating pizza after that could be but not like working yeah this lead us to our final. Four didn't not GonNa go through eliminations that was too much to do so final four was N.. J. F. Manse Warner Joey Vanilla Woah and Eddie fucking Kingston final two was because we don't have that tweet for that was an M._g.. Often Eddie Kingston. I believe it wasn't Joey Jackson. Awesome Kingston the winner of Gauntlet for the gold fourteen none other than Eddie Fuck in Kingston Mattia and afterwards he said he is not leaving wrestling until he wins the absolute championship championship and pretty much called out filthy. Tom Lawlor so as of right now beat each other up again so as of right now absolution main event or at least the absolute title match any Kingston Versus Filthy Tom. I'm all that's GONNA be too far too. When was the last time <hes> absolution twenties seventeen whenever number that was clear to me now my with the numbers and remember the year twelve twelve fifteen was ten yeah man? I'll take that match as the main of absolution talk yeah yeah just beat each other up for a while to be real. I it was great Eddie Kingston winning. The Gauntlet is some of the best booking I've seen in A._I.. W Jared is so good love thing. If you want to look at it like that all right any final thoughts on this show now for the gold fourteen Kagan fun show top to bottom nothing really bad on the card. Have I use as he loved the show was great on paper. I thought it was going to be long like I really thought it started a little late. THOUSAND HALFWAY IS GONNA be real long. It really didn't feel long like Joe didn't the showed it and feel as long as it was <hes> and it had like there wasn't there wasn't with the exception of a match. I didn't watch so the out was I never saw bad match the whole night so great is one of these big years so if I was grading I would give that shit in a yeah same. Thing thing that I always love about gauntlet is I'd love to the end of the royal rumble match as a whole so doing the same thing here not knowing who's going to win like sometimes we get real surprises and I think this one I would lean towards surprises surprise Louis Lyndon with one of the bigger ones but other people when they won. It's you kinda see coming and it's still good but it's just leading up to absolution. I still think a lot of the other shows Jalen absolution then Helen Earth like the stables those are fun do but just the the mystique of absolute of Donald for the gold love it. I I'm a sucker for a royal rumble style match and <hes> gone for the gold delivered big time. I'm I'm going through twitter right now from from the show day 'cause that's what I've been reading the results off of. We forgot to mention the forks. Oh Yeah Howard's the Eddie Kingston Kingston Recommends Warner and Eric Ryan. This is the first five minutes of gone with and they're just like stabbing each other and not like slow stats like the fast like students while that's happening. Joey Vanilla is like in the corner slash tried to like happily the ring between the ropes like Joey sold all that shit real while while it was happening so good didn't help demands just hand gasmask tonight before the show so his head was already screwed up Kenzan. I believe man I saw some rough gifts from that match to did. He bleed a little bit against Kingston to yes. Yes yeah obviously yeah from probably mostly from the night before but still yeah fuck hey gruff weekend all right any final thoughts last minute. We're <HES> or your social media clubs for we go started the usual caveats. If you on six sign also for media very interesting person follow me whatever you choose to stating <hes> my personal stuff at Stacey overs on twitter <hes> as sobers on Instagram super-fantastic podcasts. The laziest podcast on the Internet still has not posted a new in May's looking to be real busy <hes> there's going to be at least two episodes happening and so yeah make it make up for the months where I didn't do anything so so yeah <hes> super fantastic podcast on you know wherever you get your podcast from and you can follow that on instagram at super fantastic podcast twitter at superfan casting <hes> but yeah we're doing the <hes> the transformers episode this month <hes> which is Geno the research force the bane of my existence but it'll be cool when it's done and that'll be with the rick who does those episodes leads with every time and then I've got some some normal.
"lula" Discussed on WJR 760
"To Lula rich. The Dow Jones industrials are down two hundred thirteen he's been the leader in the early polls. Joe Biden making it official running for president the core. Values of this nation are standing in the world are very democracy. Everything is made America America's stake bind will attend a fundraiser. And Philadelphia today Monday he'll start his events in Pittsburgh following a swing of early voting states like Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina. President Trump says he will fight subpoenas from various congressional committees that are trying to compel testimony from various White House officials. It has official Washington. Busy presentative, Dan Kildee who serves on the House Ways. And means committee says the president is trying to block that committee from looking into his tax returns. He does not get to decide what the American people know. And what they don't know despite all of his attempts to block congressional oversight. Trump still claims in the most transparent president and administration in the history of our country by far ironic says kill Kildee, he's not the most transparent president in the history of the United States with one exception, and that is completely transparent in the sense that it's easy to see that everything he does is to protect himself. Self. Linda Kenyon, Washington. The US embassy in three Leka has tweeted a warning that people should avoid places of worship in the island nation over the weekend as a result of possible terrorist attacks correspondent Ivan Watson reports the only government official to resign. So far over those terrorist attacks is the country's Defense Secretary. They were following them for hate speech, but clearly caught off guard about the scale of violence with at least three hundred fifty nine people killed on Sunday within five hundred wounded correspondent Ivan Watson was talking about the government ignoring many warnings and warning signs like the family of a wealthy spice broker. The entire family has been arrested except to family members. They were brothers who were among the suicide bombers of the churches and hotels im-, south Ebraham and ill ham Ebraham blew themselves up in the Sunday attacks more than seventy people have been detained Sterling Heights war on Harrison township have sued distributors and makers of opioid drugs. And some of those. Who prescribed the drugs the communities charged that a clinic the interventional pain center. Three large drugmakers and several major distributors got patients hooked on opioids to maximize their profits. They want financial damages. The lawsuits were filed in McComb county court Sterling Heights mayor Michael Taylor tells the Frank Beckmann show and somebody goes in for a minor surgery or for their wisdom teeth to be pulled. They're getting these very potent painkillers, the drug manufacturers know that once you get on these painkillers. They're very effective, but they're also very addictive. And when that prescription runs out your body's developed in addiction and dependence on these drugs, and you go and find whatever you can the number of drug overdose deaths. Skyrocketed mich- in Michigan and across the country. National drug take back day.
"lula" Discussed on The Chartographers
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