28 Burst results for "Machel"

Turkey rejects claims of sexist snub towards von der Leyen

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Turkey rejects claims of sexist snub towards von der Leyen

"Turkish officials are denying accusations that a leader of the European Union was snubbed because she is a woman earlier this week at a meeting at Turkey's presidential palace Ursula von der Leyen the European Commission president found herself without a chair to sit on during a meeting with Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and European Council chief Charlo Machel the two men took the two chairs in the room leaving Vandor Lyon to gesture her disappointment and take a seat on the sofa away from the men in the room it caused uproar on social media now Turkey says that it followed protocol requests made by the European Union which the E. U. denies saying that it never got access to the room where the meeting took place Italy's premier has jumped into the fray denouncing what he called the humiliation that president Vandor Lyon had to suffer I'm Jackie Quinn

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How to grow your photography business

PhotoBiz Xposed

05:49 min | 1 year ago

How to grow your photography business

"I learned about today's guest in a race interview with new zealand. Based photography michelle fi in that interview she mentioned popping portraits and off we on a wild tangent about this incredible sanding concept generate leads. Get none in the local community and supplement. You'll photography income with these mini sessions. The founder of poppy and portrait is with us right now and she started her photography business ten years ago and she says if y'all from wellington new zealand and you don't know at least one person who she's photographed. That would be a big surprise now. In addition to her photography business she's busy taking popping portraits iran new zealand australia and soon to be right around the world. I'm talking about anna cunningham and i'm wrapped deci. Welcome to the podcast. Anna having inc smart pleasure. So i'm guessing you can sit me right here. You started out as a photographer. Things were going well. And you thought of popping portrait's and that's taken off. Is that the white vein. Yeah i think it's probably a little bit lease teaching basically yeast. it was a Like everybody else. Just above trying to find the knicks clients and shooting portraits in the outwitting and mostly newborns and things like that and been accustomed who i had photographed a couple of times photograph. The waiting in the in the head. They first baby and she wanted to do a monthly station with a baby to catch them. Growing and i started thinking about how could make that work. I don't kinda thing. I don't think that she will become to have a full season. E remittance costly says figuring. Trying to figure out how i can make it affordable hip also with off me and came up with the idea of just having Almost day for my studio. Our something. I could have a few people come along. He wanted to the same thing in the kind of way poppins originated in from there. It just basically exploded gun huge so exciting. Do you still do you. Pinch yourself now looking at the business and saying where it is and where it's potentially going absolutely insane. Yeah i don't know what's going on when i sort of. Thank you know like the last five years it just yet blows my mind. I'm real so for the listener. The hasn't heard machel's interview. Can you briefly explain. What popping poetry taw. Yes so basically. It really is like can feel studio A chance to the and allow as many customers as you can ends account through Just one votes hiking of the little one usually babies in the first year but we do children ages. And i just come in. They come in sit now and tried cheer and they have a quick easy fighter. Technically try and get a lovely smile out of age child in move on. We move onto the next Today and in we've taken out. Will they sort of like classic in choosing that sort of jesuit just pick one gripe voted for the parents Directly to them ready to download. So it's kind of designed to be the most simple most quick most easy thing possible for And the parent and the most affordable is also ageism for just twenty dollars a pop and that's twenty dollars new zealand currency. Yeah it's currency for obviously up riding in australia is also twenty dollars Where are you opening or planning to open. Where else are you in the world. So i think recently sort of changed tech takes a little bit. We were originally planning into tight. Little any around and around the world everywhere Having moved into australia in spain not crazy with coveted thing. I've decided sort of just a focus on what we've got with australia and new zealand change tactics for the rest of the world. Who will planning to do as release another vision. Vowel suffield website software. That we've made and have that available Around the world. Who interested in joining something very similar to what opponent is what little any has bet dropping out will of the branding of the constraints that come was working with the french Don into brand thirty establish pretty excited about what that is gonna look like and hoping to get off the ground around about eight cruel. Twenty twenty on so International listeners if anyone is inspired by the idea opens Get in touch with me now. And i can keep you up to date when we have a bit more information about launch. That new wave that that's coming soon. It sounds like you'll becoming a software company and app company is at riot or you still focused on photography. I'm just. I'm doing everything and i'm just moving with the business going from one state to the next as i have done pretty much the whole way through but yeah the is going Toes for years ago. Now patented with dave who's developed out software online software that created that handle if the booking in administration image delivery in all of that full poppin. So it makes it super easy today. Obviously for the twenty dollar price point. You don't want to be spending your life during edmund Basically crucial is. Yeah so now that we've developed that software it's kind of a case of making the most of that and pushing it out using why's that. Maybe we didn't initially conceptualize. But now maxine

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"machel" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"machel" Discussed on KTOK

"Number that kind of figured it all out backs Machel is he's the captain of the sixteen team team six he is a world record record holder he has seven world speed shooting championships the list just goes all in all he's also a neighbor of ours is just to generate nice guy Hey Max how are you Sir I'm good camping traveling on your lap was it just one week ago they're all out of the range we got to see you we're doing some video without their exactly it was great to see you guys I mean first time my first outing for awhile we should say this is a private range where we go and we were still doing social distancing even at an outdoor range where you're shooting video from afar if you will but every this is been a weird time in normal you're out shooting all the time and you're out doing stuff yeah I know you work on thank you because of what you do you have to practice you have to drill you have to work on stuff all the time so what can you do what are you doing and what can we do to try to maintain some skills yeah I think for me no time like everyone else you know initially the first couple of weeks you're just trying to be reactive to what the situation what was going on and and then once you realize Hey this is the real deal I need to be proactive what can I do for me at least in my professional career I kind of like three pillars during the last two or three months and really was just staying in shape physically keep my mind sharp mentally and dry firing I mean I can elaborate a little bit on all those if you like yes I mean the physical aspect you know I just adjusting good general health my son the local high school football player so he has a workout program and I would work out with him because again we couldn't go to the gym so we have our home work outs to kind of stay more so in general health and help motivate one another and I would add an hour or so on every one of those work out could you shooting specific exercises Wetherby footwork or dumbbell exercises ladder work explosive exercises balance core stability things of that nature to kind of keep me physically healthy and to keep me good for movement in my matches and then on the net mental side of things I think that's probably the most important one to such dry fires the mental aspect the card into thinking in other words always challenging our brain whether it be there's some there's a lot of exercise you can do but please provide me the little light system you can do R. Victor Paul since what you found football you're going to color blue red or green you would do the appropriate act so you're really thinking kind of fate you're kind of thing mentally sharp and I need for my gun stuff right so if I if I see blue I might draw from the holster I see green I might do a magazine change calling Dr fire of course nine and then the driver's side of things I think look what whether your competitive shooter or someone that's out there trying to protect your loved ones we can break down a number of skill set that make a successful and our discipline and wanted isolate those grills so whether it be drawn from the holster magazine changes concealment whatever it is I do thirty to sixty minutes of dry fire probably every other day or so and the most important part of that is doing what I call the crawl walk run and that's where you basically do your first ten reps at super slow speed very technically correct the next ten reps a little faster and then your final ten reps are that third set at a hundred and ten percent speed at the speed in which you might make mistakes so that we can see what those mistakes are and then we go back to that crawl phase to finish it off so another words I would probably do fifty percent of all my dry fire at half speed so I can really learn the process and then also kind of push myself through during that time as well it's interesting idea I mean I get the slow because you need to drill a make sure that you're not making mistakes in your mechanics and your thinking the right thoughts and all that you get up there to dry firing but the the super speed the hundred pound we're actually going faster faster than you know that you should to be really good at it because you want to know not just where the wheels fall off but why where and how right exactly yes if I can make those mistakes at home in training you know that in a in a stressful situation I can revert back to my doctor referred to my training have proper foreman technique at combat speed you know I want to combat speed the faster better see me I'm trying to gain one percent here or half a percent there right you know some is trying to gain everywhere I can but I'm definitely a very technical shooter very technical in everything that I do but there are times when I say okay let's look let's make some mistakes I want to see him now right here so that way I know what they are and I can address them and be better because of it Quinn drive firing are you do are in all the target I do too I mean one of the things that I changed especially during this quarantine is that I have some different scale target so I have one third scale targeting one six scale target so if I'm standing at ten feet it looks like ten yards or fifteen yards away everyone and that whatever size target yep so you're working now that takes care of the aiming error does you no good to shoot at a bed sheet at five feet every who cares you know but yeah you can you go to a smaller smaller and now in there so what are you looking at I mean because that's where things always like to ask you is what are your eyes doing within your dry firing are you actually getting a hard focus on the front side or what are you doing here hip so depends on the different a difficult that targets and fact I'm sitting right here right now talking to you I have several targets sitting in front of me and my dry for our area and they're all different sizes and different courses so you for me depending on the distance in the difficulty that shot will dictate how much fight how much vision on the side I haven't how much target focus I would have been if I'm using a red dot it's going to dictate how much stabilisation I I I look for in that dot or how much movement allow it to happen but I'm definitely for second talk about that because that was very interesting how much stabilization so you're not trying to necessarily have the dot be completely motionless yes I'm I'm one of those weird as I like to go faster the gun I just love doing it and it could be as fast as possible we have to accept less we can only accept less when we're capable of doing so in other words if the target is that five yards away it's wide open I can have a lot of dot movement my doctor be moving all around the middle of that target which is a pretty good pretty good movement some looking for a black or see that same movement on a target triple the distance would be all over the target would necessarily be in the inside of the target okay so that would dictate a little bit more stabilization of the dot and then of course that further shot even more so or it could be a target five yards that had you know the hottest type situation that's a different ending spot for me if I'm aiming on a much smaller surface area target even at a closer distance I need more I need to demand more stabilization from that dot so I always tell folks if it's three three different type picture that I use what I call slash a floating in a focused flash being that dot is just going all over the place but it longer going all over the place in the middle of that target somewhere in that general mill area I can accept that and make a good shot with the proper stance grip and trigger control now that targets that mid range distance I need that floating site picture so it's kind of floating on the target is not necessarily stopped but it's not much necessarily moving around like crazy either it's kind of floating in the middle that market and then that final target that knew what I call my focus a picture that's when the dot is completely stable or as much as my normal arc of movement will out stabilized so me of the shooter I have to determine what's acceptable and what's not acceptable depending on the distance or the difficulty that shock and concern site was gonna say I want to hold that thought we'll take a break and come back orders talk about war things you do people may not know if you have another to win matches like crazy but you also work within train some elite military and law enforcement types out there that want to talk about what you can pick up from that what do you show them a what can we who are carrying guns for defense got a pick up from this idea of you can go faster or slower when should.

Machel
"machel" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"machel" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"What was Michelle yeah on the stroll closer do you think we should actually give her number out in case someone wants to help her find a new house we hold it hold it she called herself Machel when she called the staff what where did you get the name is Britney the one on the contract you know her C. C. U. C. U. you know how people come on the radio and they use all names you want to use a fake name she's gonna be pissed now well I could tell that she was from the south whatever accent because I'm from Arkansas so whatever say and I don't call the police because they wear I've heard that phrase a million times Jackley said just like that okay now it okay this we got an email by the way we should go to let me quickly highlight the tax there's only one text picture I have here and it says you are leaving or have some emergency where we need to act to protect our house all that I guess that was the landlord and then she says Alloway stealing your house fraud and theft you made an agreement and if it was fraud and theft the police would have taken action yesterday with the situation you've lost your mind have a good one quit making up laws squatter quit making up laws and be a law abiding citizen like we are we've done nothing illegally and I'm actually laughing because you say were stealing when we stole nothing I tell okay should have some listeners helper now she says okay you called the radio show and try to expose us this is harassed this is harassment again I'm calling and then I presume she met the police you know this is really not harassment she was enquiring on how to get a squatter out of her place this is a real problem for Airbnb is across the country and we're highlighting the problem we're not harassing anyone and everything we've said is the truth including your name and all of that I mean we're not saying it and we're not saying anything that I'm not saying she's stealing property we're calling it like it is she hasn't paid and she's there with her husband Scotty pep well let's not forget the reason she's not paying is because the woman is how Ryerson it is yeah okay now that's what she said now let's talk to K. yeah this is weird K. I just don't understand this you bought a steel building from general steel belt I want to take it one step at a time you're dealing with general steel right now has been okay right you have the materials is that so well I guess my problem is why are you they were referred to us contractors yeah but see that's the problem they that you can't that's a really big problem they don't guarantee it the contract wasn't with them the contract was with the person you hired you can't go back to general steel and say wait a minute these people are the you know our problem you may eat that's your mistake that's your mistake why did you you have a contract directly you're you're going to try to get general still they're not going to stand behind that they're not they're not any work at all I talked to the vice president there are numerous times and she keeps going back resale values finish it because I won't even return my calls okay all steel here's what I want to know this the who is the installer that you paid forty five grand up front.

Machel Michelle
"machel" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"machel" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"And everyone it said like everyone saying on campus like had to go home or move out really cool that means like sports like we're just done and then we got that notice like shortly thereafter I think that if my season has unfolded as it was supposed to I would have had that extra time to like come to terms with everything ending and that no one I stepped out of the truck for what I knew was gonna be the last time like I would now in my mind that was the last time in actually that time would have been this Saturday this weekend would have been our conference meet in Texas Machel new blonde graduated this spring as a creative writing major and she wrote a personal reflection on the sudden loss of her last track season for the red hawk Tribune I've been trying to think about it and I mean it's not just like athletics was over nothing else happens I just graduated school I lost my job like both of my roommates moved out for the time being like just like so much happens that there is so much to think about not just track but then when I sat down to write that it was like okay like I'm focusing solely on my track career coming to a close and that was really hard to do I mean I track it's been such an important part of my life and just like being an athlete has and just to know that I may not get that opportunity experience again is really hard to come to terms with so it was definitely like a good process for me to have that outlet and have the opportunity to write something that other people could read like maybe will help someone else it definitely helped me so it was a very good experience I'm very glad I did it but yeah it was really hard to do just have to process all those emotions when I've kind of been just like burrowing them until that moment my.

Texas Machel
"machel" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:12 min | 2 years ago

"machel" Discussed on KGO 810

"Welcome back to the rebuttal Machel and everybody's favorite segment to my never ending consternation Feyerick wife Jean Adleman welcome back into the program for those who don't know gene co founded firms with me back to many years ago and gene has a degree and consumer economics a nutrition expert macrobiotic cooking and writes the column for a client newsletter the other side of money Jeanne what you have for us today well I have gratitude to talking about again this week I've been reading a lot of blogs and I saw something new this week that I thought I would like to share did you know that we have a psychological immune system we all know we have an immune system but we have a psychological immune system it never occurred to me didn't know about it until I read about it this week we know our immune system we support our regular everyday immune system by eating well exercise sleep having fun activities in our life but our psychological immune system it's actually a short life battery it's a battery that we actually have to charge how do we how do we do that when we are in a normal situation normal life every day going about our business before this virus this immune system are psychological immune system would naturally kick in but because we're in crisis mode we're in survival mode every day this battery just kind of wears out which is really explains why our emotions are up and down that explains why we're finding the situation so hard to deal with because we just didn't know we had to charge this battery so here are some little steps to help us understand that this is an immune system that we have to pay attention to and that we have to charge it to very short charge batteries like think of it as a battery that we need to charge everyday maybe twice a day probably five times a day based on what's going on with the virus or ten but anyway so in order to recharge this psychological this emotional immune system we really need to shift how we think and our thoughts and so I think we're constantly saying I'm not happy I hate this hi whatever our negative thoughts are we need to shift them to say I'm looking forward to this I'm enjoying this is it it may sound very simple but it's just our shift in those words shifts are emotions and then charges this little battery so instead of saying don't forget we instead say remember to to make that just make it a positive positive statements and that's where the gratitude comes in I understand that there's a lot of people suffering there's people out of work there are all of our front line workers you know so much gratitude to them but it is gratitude and and it's it's about being in our moments so that we could maybe just be happy that we're sitting down and having a Cup of tea or maybe that were just outside and the birds are are beautiful and we're hearing some nice bird songs it's a little stuff with everything that's going on it's really important to pay attention to the little things stop and smell the flowers stop and just find the bright moments in our day the feelings of gratitude actually activate three areas in our brain which I learned from our little block the brainstem region which creates our dopamine and we have a reward center in our brain which actually where the dopamine is released and then we have an anterior cingulate cortex where we focus on information and then this information gets communicated to our thinking and our emotions in those circuits and so by charging this battery were charging these three little segments of our brain and we're helping ourselves feel a little bit better so this gratitude it just shifts are negative thoughts and words into something much more positive because you know what that's pretty much the only thing we can control every day it's just our thoughts and our actions and so just to shifting those to finding more gratitude again talking about our time outside art journaling even journaling just writing down positive good words will help shift our emotions giving back we're seeing that a lot now in the community and our words and trying to be critical of ourselves and others that's important create a list we've talked about this before what do we want to do what's the first thing you were starting to see the states all open up what's the first thing you want to do you left our hairdressers opening up on may fifteenth not wait a minute you come here last week how come I can cut you roll that would take way too much time to go back but anyway I was thinking of a fun family activity making a collage if you've never made a collage before it's really fun what you do and it's messy so it's great right up my alley right up your alley get a big piece of poster board or you can just get the back of a shopping bag or something it doesn't matter and then you get all of your magazines that are sitting around the house Paris is theirs and some glue or tape or whatever you want and everybody has a pile in front of them with scissors and some tape and glue and you just begin to cut out pictures words colors whatever you want that describes you how are you feeling what do you want to do next it's just a fun project it's a picture of you and I remember doing this a couple years ago to introduce myself to a group of children I was working with and it was a ton of fun everything that you love to do are you ever loved to do or you want to do find a picture cut out words put it on a whatever you have at home and make Kalash and you could either do it randomly of just images and words that you like I guess or or thematically whatever there's no right or wrong fun family project to put together a collage so just remember we're gonna get through this we're going to be different after this I think we're going to be more mindful we we will understand the gratitude and now that we know that we have this other little battery that we have to charge twenty or fifty to I think I think we'll do that so it's going to be okay and my word for the week is smile and smile is see the miracles in life every day that's awesome and that is Jeanne Adleman here on the record open show gene thanks so much for stopping by great to be here thank you I Riggleman you're listening to the truth about money triple eight plan records our phone number and that's in fact the phone number Tony dialed up piece from Bridgeport Connecticut let's go to the phones and chat with Tony you're on the air Tony how are you are you do all right all right I'm doing great thank you thanks for calling how can I help all right I'm not independent contractor and I work for on a truck owner and my question is what is available for it in the clinic contractors who drive trucks because three is slow here do you yeah so you're ten ninety nine yes got it so you fill out a schedule C. on your tax return yes got it so you are eligible for payments from the government under the cares act so have you applied for a loan yet from the government no no because I don't know what to do so you have a bank account yeah what bank our bank where farm small bank in the Westport Connecticut great go to that bank and tell them that you want to apply for the PPP the loan program that the Kerrs actors created and they will help you with the paperwork also note the bank will help us with that yes so the way the government did it is they created you know two point two trillion they just added another five hundred billion and they've made this money available to the banks to distribute to their customers so go to your local bank and say Hey I'm an independent contractor I need help from the government cares act and they'll walk you through it all current okay I appreciate it I show in the freezer it's my pleasure and I wish you well through this I really appreciate your help because you're in that chain of command within the supply chain of helping America get the goods that we need to keep us all going to thank you for all your help thank you I appreciate it that was Tony he's in Connecticut here on the record alone showing yeah if you need help I was the last time you really heard this for truth they're the government and they're here to help us take advantage of it while we can you're listening to the Riggleman show we know it's hard to tell where the dominoes start falling one of them in this pandemic are the nation's public pension plans state and local governments offering pensions to school teachers firefighters police officers and others according to the latest industry data on the one hundred largest public pension plans in the country the funding ratio is down to sixty three percent which means they only have sixty three cents for every dollar that they've promised to current and retired employees it's the lowest level since will sure has been tracking the data over the past thirty years and by the way all that data is prior to covert which means now it's even worse so I have to reiterate the advice I've been giving you for years on this program if you're a state employee and you've been promised a pension act as though it's not there save for retirement on your own better to have saved too much than none at all prime rib cattlemen if you missed my virtual event that we did this past Tuesday evening you have an opportunity to view it all this.

Machel Jeanne Jean Adleman
"machel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"machel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Welcome back to the rebuttal Machel and everybody's favorite segment to my never ending comes from Iraq my wife Jean Adleman welcome back into the program for those who don't know gene co founded firms with me back two years ago and gene has a degree and consumer economics a nutrition expert macrobiotic cooking and writes the column for a client newsletter the other side of money Jeanne what you have for us today well I have gratitude to talking about again this week I've been reading a lot of blogs and I saw something new this week that I thought I would like to share did you know that we have a psychological immune system we all know we have an immune system but we have a psychological immune system it never occurred to me didn't know about it until I read about it this week we know our immune system we support our regular everyday immune system by eating well exercise sleep having fun activities in our life but our psychological immune system it's actually a short life battery it's a battery that we actually have to charge how do we how do we do that when we are in a normal situation normal life every day going about our business before this virus this immune system are psychological immune system would naturally kick in but because we're in crisis mode we're in survival mode every day this battery just kind of wears out which is really explains why our emotions are up and down it explains why we're finding the situation so hard to deal with because we just didn't know we had to charge this battery so here are some little steps to help us understand that this is an immune system that we have to pay attention to and that we have to charge it to very short charge batteries like think of it as a battery that we need to charge everyday maybe twice a day probably five times a day based on what's going on with the virus or ten but anyway so in order to recharge this psychological this emotional immune system we really need to shift how we think and our thoughts and so I think we're constantly saying I'm not happy I hate this hi whatever our negative thoughts are we need to to shift them to say I'm looking forward to this I'm enjoying this is it it may sound very simple but it's just our shift in those words shifts are emotions and then charges this little battery so instead of saying don't forget we instead say remember to to make that just make it a positive positive statement and that's where the gratitude comes in I understand that there's a lot of people suffering there's people out of work there are all of our front line workers you know so much gratitude to them but it is gratitude and and it's it's about being in our moments so that we could maybe just be happy that we're sitting down and having a cuppa tea or maybe that were just outside and the birds are are beautiful and we're hearing some nice bird songs it's a little stuff with everything that's going on it's really important to pay attention to the little things stop and smell the flowers stop and just find the bright moments in our day the feelings of gratitude actually activate three areas in our brain which I learned from my little blog the brainstem region which creates our dopamine and we have a reward center in our brain which actually where the dopamine is released and then we have an anterior cingulate cortex where we focus on information and then this information gets communicated to our thinking and our emotions in those circuits and so by charging this battery were charging these three little segments of our brain and we're helping ourselves feel a little bit better so this gratitude it just shifts are negative thoughts and words into something much more positive because you know what that's pretty much the only thing we can control every day it's just our thoughts and our actions and so just to shifting those to finding more gratitude again talking about our time outside art journaling even journaling just writing down positive good words will help shift our emotions giving back we're seeing that a lot now in the community and our words and trying to be critical of ourselves and others that's important create a list we've talked about this before what do we want to do what's the first thing you were starting to see the states all open up what's the first thing you want to do you left our hairdressers opening up on may fifteenth not wait a minute you cut my hair last week how come I can cut your role that would take way too much time to grow back but anyway I was thinking of a fun family activity making a collage if you've never made a collage before it's really fun what you do and it's messy so it's great right up my alley right up your alley get a big piece of poster board or you can just get the back of a shopping bag or something it doesn't matter and then you get all of your magazines that are sitting around the house Paris deserves and some glue or tape or whatever you want and everybody has a pile in front of them with scissors and some tape and glue and you just begin to cut out pictures words colors whatever you want that describes you how are you feeling what do you want to do next it's just a fun project it's a picture of you and I remember doing this a couple years ago to introduce myself to a group of children I was working with and it was a ton of fun everything that you love to do were you ever loved to do or you want to do find a picture cut out words put it on a whatever you have at home and make Kalash and you could either do it randomly of just images and words that you like I guess or or thematically whatever there's no right or wrong fun family project to put together a collage so just remember we're gonna get through this we're going to be different after this I think we're going to be more mindful we we will understand the gratitude and now that we know that we have this other little battery that we have to charge twenty or fifty to I think I think we'll do that so it's going to be okay and my word for the week is smile and smile is see the miracles in life every day that's awesome and that is Jeanne Adleman here on the record open show gene thanks so much for stopping by great to be here right thank you I'm Rick Adelman you're listening to the truth about money triple eight plan records our phone number that's in fact the phone number Tony dialed up he's from Bridgeport Connecticut let's go to the phones and chat with Tony you're on the air Tony how are you are you don't you don't I'm doing great thank you thanks for calling how can I help all right I'm not independent contractor and I work for on a truck owner and my question is what is available for the independent contractors who drive trucks because three is slow here yeah yeah so you're ten ninety nine yes got it so you fill out a schedule C. on your tax return yes got it so you are eligible for payments from the government under the cares act so have you applied for a loan yet from the government no no because I don't know what to do so you have a bank account yeah what bank our bank where farm small bank in the Westport Connecticut great go to that bank and tell them that you want to apply for the PPP the loan program that the Kerrs actors created and they will help you with the paperwork the bank will help us with that yes so the way the government did it is they created you know two point two trillion they just added another five hundred billion and they've made this money available to the banks to distribute to their customers so go to your local bank and say Hey I'm an independent contractor I need help from the government cares act and they'll walk you through it okay okay I appreciate it I show my appreciated it's my pleasure and I wish you well through this I really appreciate your help because you're in that chain of command within the supply chain of helping America get the goods that we need to keep us all going to thank you for all your help thank you I appreciate it that was Tony he's in Connecticut here on the record almond showing yeah if you need help I was the last time you really heard this for truth they are the government and they're here to help us take advantage of it while we can you're listening to the Riggleman show we know it's hard to tell with the dominoes start falling one of them in this pandemic are the nation's public pension plans state and local governments offering pensions to school teachers firefighters police officers and others according to the latest industry data on the one hundred largest public pension plans in the country the funding ratio is down to sixty three percent which means they only have sixty three cents for every dollar that they've promised to current and retired employees it's the lowest level since will sure has been tracking the data over the past thirty years and by the way all that data is prior to covered which means now it's even worse so I have to reiterate the advice I've been giving you for years on this program if you're a state employee and you've been promised a pension act as though it's not there save for retirement on your own better to have saved too much than none at all hi Rick Adelman if you missed my virtual event that we did this past Tuesday evening you have an opportunity to view it all this coming week it's my forty seven minute virtual.

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Former Washington DC police officer arrested for sexual assault of a child

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Former Washington DC police officer arrested for sexual assault of a child

"A former area police sergeant is now accused of sexually assaulting a child more than once the story from WTOP's Machel bash a former member of the DC police department John pleasant Johnson junior of Woodbridge is accused of sexually assaulting a girl at a home in that community prince William county police described the two as acquaintances Johnson is accused of assaulting the girl between may twenty eighteen and April of this year when she was between twelve and fourteen years old Johnson was arrested Wednesday and is being held without bond in a statement

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Boston needs to talk about what public transit will look like after the COVID-19 crisis, city councilors say

WBZ Afternoon News

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Boston needs to talk about what public transit will look like after the COVID-19 crisis, city councilors say

"Push at the Boston city council tried to keep commuters safe WBZ's Madison Rogers tells us counselors Machel will would lose Brighton what a hearing on the topic of transportation and social distancing who says this could mean doing what other cities have done in reallocating street space to pedestrians and increasing T. service beyond normal rush hour service so people can keep a distance we have to start with the basic right of tasty for everyone and making sure that any changes that we make now will improve quality of life after the pandemic councillor Wu says it wouldn't just benefit people who walk or ride public transport what we want to avoid is the scenario that one businesses open back up because people are nervous about public transportation and feel that the sidewalks are too crowded everyone who can afford to drive the car we'll find a way to be in a single occupancy vehicle so Boston's nightmare traffic could get even worse Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news

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Fort Collins cuts carbon from city operations by 20%

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Fort Collins cuts carbon from city operations by 20%

"Four Collins. Colorado recently celebrated twenty years of Climate Action Over Time. The cities become increasingly ambitious. It's climate action plan now called for the entire community to be carbon neutral by mid century that includes residents and businesses but the city is improving. Its own operations to. We're trying to model all the things that we're trying to ask for across the community. Machel Feachem is the city's sustainability specialist. She says the city is prioritized energy efficiency. We make sure that we're building efficient buildings and we are constantly going back to say h HVAC systems on the pool or the ice rink and remodeling those and making sure that they're efficient. The city is also expanding its use of electric vehicles. Venom says when a car or light duty truck reaches the end of its life it's replaced with an e and what that has a lot to do is very very steadily replace. Our fleet with electric vehicles. Ford Collins has cut carbon pollution from municipal operations by more than twenty percent below two thousand and five levels. The wider community is expected to do the same. This year we're putting policies and plans in place that will make this a better community

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"machel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"machel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"All the crazy cool Michael nice now does anybody in this room know how it was quite a story all you need to do is you just okay why is it a priming twerking is a pretty I'm pretty I'm pretty sexualized dance movement or sound like maybe somebody from the movie Footloose or something here but you know it's working is it particularly for for little kids for an adult male dressed as a woman to be showing a room full of small kids how to twerk I look this up on the drag queen story hour dot org says it's drag queens reading stories to children in libraries schools and bookstores in spaces like this kids are able to see people who defy rigid gender restrictions and imagine a world where people can present as they wish were dressed up is Israel this started in twenty fifteen by actor and activist I'm sorry author and activist Machel T. this is so this is a real this is a movement now you know I I just don't do we no longer so no longer applies like I mean he's a really small children who are being told about twerking if if I let's just let's just make this very clear if I as an adult male dressed as a male presenting as a male went into a room full of four year old boys and girls and started saying Hey like this how you twerking gyrating my boat up and down during during like story time people would think that was weird rightfully so people would say ways and that's a little sexualizing for the for this audience for these kids why do we have to accept that there are different standards for adults when they're presenting some form of the left wing you know trans or or gender gender fluid agenda why did the rules change I'm I don't even dress however they want thank you presenter they want I don't care but I just want to wire the rules when it comes to what's appropriate for adults to do in front of children all of a sudden markedly different why do I can I ever get an explanation of that does anyone ever have to address that issue I mean I think we know the answers no of course not what I really want to do is is is fine but we'll see we'll see what ends up happening with this if it if it continues on it's hard to believe especially you have to see the visual and I'm telling you is on on radio podcast unless you're watching on Pluto TV but if you see the video the video you say I don't think it's appropriate for my.

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"machel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"machel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Heiress Machel Janice says she abandoned her moral compass and I apologize to family and friends as she was sentenced to five months in prison she pleaded guilty last year to paying three hundred thousand dollars to have her daughter's answers corrected on the A. C. T. and for one of them to be labeled a beach volleyball recruit to U. S. C. even though she didn't play competitively judge Nathaniel Gorton criticize Jenin's western words in court likening her actions to bribery and saying he should have sentenced her to a year in prison Janet was also gets two years probation and a quarter million dollar fine colonel Scott fox news loves profit group says it will open the nation's first to supervised injection site next week in Philadelphia to combat overdose deaths but will judge rejecting a challenge from the U. S. attorney's office that says the center would violate federal drug laws the justice department is expected to appeal people struggling with addiction could bring drugs to the clinic used about a partition bed get help from nearby medical personnel should the overdose the last of the Mardi Gras celebrations ending signaling the start of the Lenten season it says Wednesday the practice of marking a person's forehead with palm ashes in the form of a cross on the Wednesday beginning land is not just a Catholic tradition but practiced by many western reformist in Protestant churches as well the concept comes from different Hebrew scriptures in which the marking of one's face with ash is meant to signify serum and once penitence the following forty Lenten days are meant to symbolize time spent by Jesus of Nazareth in prayer full of fasting seclusion on the desert the land period ends with Easter Sunday Evan brown fox news like Wall Street on Tuesday Asian stock markets closing Wednesday lower Dow.

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'Parasite' Makes History at the Oscars; Picks Up 4 Awards

Kim Komando

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

'Parasite' Makes History at the Oscars; Picks Up 4 Awards

"A big night for a foreign film I'm rob Dustin fox news the ninety second Academy Awards is in the books and we've had lied to Hollywood to check in with faxes Machel Pelino Michelle our site is made history at the Oscars on A. B. C. and the Oscar goes to Paris the first foreign language film to win Best Picture I feel like a very opportune moment in history is happening right now I don't think the whole this on the June hello nineteen seventy four would three Renee Zellweger Joaquin Phoenix picked up the actress and actor awards for Judy and joker once upon a time in Hollywood grab two including Supporting Actor for Brad Pitt and marriage stories Laura Dern also picked up her first Oscar the MMR included tributes to both Kobe Bryant and Kirk Douglas rob Fosse's Michelle Pelino in

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"machel" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"machel" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"With faxes Machel Pelino Machel arrive parasite is made history at the Oscars on A. B. C. and the Oscar goes to Paris the first foreign language film to win Best Picture I feel like a very opportune moment in history is happening right now the film Best Director for bond the June hello nineteen seventy four would three Renee Zellweger Joaquin Phoenix picked up the actress and actor awards for Judy and joker once upon a time in Hollywood grab two including Supporting Actor for Brad Pitt and marriage stories Laura Dern also picked up her first Oscar the in memoriam included tributes to both Kobe Bryant and Kirk Douglas rob five says Michelle Pelino in Hollywood the democratic presidential candidates are busy with last second campaigning in New Hampshire fox has met fan is following former south bend Indiana mayor people to judge in these final days he's really trying to hammer home it to voters that he is the crossover candidate that has appeal both independent voters and maybe even some Republican voters here in New Hampshire and he's got the calm cool temperament to be president the opposite of president trump he says in drunken persons even to president Obama the Iowa Democratic Party has awarded a judge fourteen delegates to give in the leave Vermont senator Bernie Sanders received twelve president trump is set to unveil his budget Monday a four point eight trillion dollar budget would increase military spending by point three percent to seven hundred forty and a half billion it includes two billion for the border wall with Mexico that's down though from five billion last year fox is David Spahn has speaker Nancy Pelosi says the budget doesn't help working families Erica is listening to fox news Lara Logan he's back the award winning journalist returns with an unflinching look at the border crisis what I care about is one thing the truth and she's taking on the mainstream media tackling the issues that matter to America one story at a time we see this but we don't have a scene where they go we don't know what they've been through this together you can see on their faces this is my call these guys are runners they're not going to give themselves up it's all happening yeah yes this is what you're used to okay yes three US as villains that's not the case and we all have families we're here to protect our borders a third country having the freedom to take on tough subjects tell it like it is that what we have a fox nation that's what sets us apart no bias no nonsense Lara Logan has no agenda the must see docu series is available now only on fox nation start your free trial let boxnation dot com tensions are high between.

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"machel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"machel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Its opening and had tribute performances for prints and Nipsey Hussle at the Grammys Machel Pelino boxing no I'm just I guess down this is fox news W. CBM Baltimore temperatures on the warm side of average begin the work week but are high each day will be gradually decreasing made we were mostly cloudy out there because it falls war broke at the speaking dropped on the low thirties for called sunshine Mondays windy highs in the upper forties west wing as high as twenty miles an hour mostly cloudy warm and windy Monday night low low thirties see more sunshine every Tuesday the gusty high low forties mostly sunny upper thirties on Wednesday I'm Todd ward the weather channel for top rate of six eighty W. C. B. M. W. CVM studios are sponsored by safe retirement solutions call Ross Perot you today at four ten two six six eleven twenty role on the web at safe retirement solutions dot com you've heard the unspoken we everything is going to be explained to revealing all the questions remaining no rabbits I just don't pull this stuff out of my tap tap leaving him rush there is no we days due to treat on talk radio six eight W. CBM she the just yes you're listening to.

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"machel" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"machel" Discussed on KTOK

"Tonight fox's Machel Pelino has more the Hollywood foreign press definitely has their favorites and a few of them are up for some big awards at tonight's golden globe official what has been once upon a time in Hollywood and the Irishman have five nominations and both directors and stars or glow favorites in television the crown in succession are the two to watch in the drama cat is with Amazon's flea bag and its star creator Phoebe Waller bridge a favorite to win for best comedy and actress in a comedy series well limited series will likely go to Chernobyl and morning shows Jennifer Aniston is a favorite but a living a call men's clean in the crown is a step ahead we shop Lino fox news well the NFL playoffs continue today with two big wild card games in the NFC fox's Metropolitano the wild card round continue starting at one OO five PM eastern time at the Minnesota Vikings taking on the New Orleans Saints the St seeking redemption after being eliminated in the NFC championship last year the Vikings trying to dust off a two game skid heading into the playoffs showdown I'll be followed up by the Philadelphia Eagles playing host to the Seattle Seahawks the eagles coming with the NFC east title after an injury plagued season all the Seahawks fell shy last Sunday night of coming away with the NFC west over the San Francisco forty Niners kick off in that one slated for four forty PM eastern man about town fox news rockstar Rod Stewart and his son Sean are facing simple battery charges after an altercation with a security guard at the breakers hotel in Palm Beach Florida on new year's eve a police report says Stewart and his party were trying to get into a private event in a children's area that they weren't authorized to enter the guard put a hand on Sean Stewart's chest and asked him to back up in the report says Roshan and Ron Stewart punched.

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"machel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"machel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Monday deals Machel scoop in weather website retailmenot says you'll see the biggest discounts on clothing smart home devices laptops and TV take advantage of as the old adage you see them out there often times once the product they're gone they're gone and as far as who's offering the best deals Cuban says check Bloomingdale's Kohl's Macy's and Nike she says some retailers may price match if you decide to head into their stores but it's a hit and miss on which ones will and it also depends on their stock Google and YouTube have removed more than three hundred trump campaign ads for violating the services policies if his Mike Bauer has the details that's according to a sixty minutes review of the company's transparency reports however the review found the records offered no explanations for why the videos removed and no details of the original content of the ads the ads usually ran a few days meaning they likely reach the target audience however you tube has not removed a controversial campaign ad for trump that pushes misleading claims about Joe Biden's role in the firing of Ukrainian prosecutor Mike Bauer news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. California Republican congressman who's been embroiled in a campaign finance scandals apparently changing his not guilty plea in the case ABC's Alex stone has details from southern California Duncan hunter is always implied he would fight what he claimed was a bogus and political case against him he called it a witch hunt but after his wife turned on I'm an admitted the family had used campaign donations to fund things like family vacations it appears he plans to change his not guilty plea there's something else a change of plea hearing is scheduled for Tuesday the lawyer wants to look at the private communications between Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz and his client convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein Virginia Roberts defray claims she was one of abstinence sex slaves and that she was handed to Dershowitz for sex favors is vehemently denied the accusation and Virginia Roberts you phrase also claims that she was prince Andrew sex slave when she was seventeen prince Andrew has denied the allegations against him in a BBC panorama interview airing today you're free says that her story is one of abuse at the hands of the royal family and prince Andrew's relationship with Jeffrey abstain while makers are gonna get the chance to question FAA chief Steve Dixon about reviewing the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX aircraft he'll appear before the house transportation committee on December eleventh two exam of the aircraft certification processes the planes being grounded for nine months after two deadly crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia because both of those crashes was connected to the anti stall system on the Boeing seven thirty seven Max and a lack of knowledge the pilots had about the system Boeing has struggled to return the model to service and lawmakers have accused the FAA of delegating too much of the review process to the company and transit police say it's still too early to tell whether the pedestrian fatally struck by cal train this morning was on the tracks accidentally or intentionally the unidentified person was hit by a north bound train at six AM at merry Avenue north of the Sunnyvale station declared dead at the scene investigation and track restrictions lead to system wide the ladies up to an hour and fifteen minutes during the peak of the commute this is Carol trains sixteenth fidelity this calendar year coming up at six eleven will have that building a better Sacramento segment we'll talk about how we're gonna make the city better yes through the arts we've got the nutcracker returning for the Sacramento ballet and because it cyber Monday to date you can get discounted tickets if you think you're gonna go The Nutcracker stick around so you can hear how.

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"Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" final trailer released

Memphis Morning News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

"Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" final trailer released

"The final trailer for the final is Donna Star Wars drop yesterday giving fans an extended look here's Machel Pelino Q. music Star Wars fans on a final glimpse of what's to come this December in the final trailer for the franchise's legacy the rise of Scott Walker we're doing their street they'll taking one last look my friend hot point in the film is clear it is a final goodbye to the characters that made this franchise a piece of art cinematic history with C. three PO R. two D. two really the William surprising his role as Lando Calrissian all yeah

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Tropical Storm Nestor eyes the Gulf Coast

Garden Talk

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Tropical Storm Nestor eyes the Gulf Coast

"The Gulf coast in panhandler paying especially close attention to tropical storm Nestor business owner Machel results says that when you live and work on the coast there are no small storms we have taken out a lot of things from the store at least waist high we are expecting cents were right over the water to get a little bit of water in the store so we're protecting everything we know needs protecting and many residents are still dealing with the remnants of hurricane Michael from a year ago WC TV reporter Jacob Murphy is in Marianna Florida about an hour west of Tallahassee Maryland dimming her property still littered with debris now she fears Nestor could finish what Michael started and this fight some of our trees this was hasn't completely

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Top Middle East peace planner to leave White House

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Top Middle East peace planner to leave White House

"President trump says his Middle East envoy is going back to the private sector and Pierce Machel Kelemen reports on Jason green blood was a lawyer for the trump organization before he was tapped to draw up plans for peace between the Israelis and Palestinians the trump administration has yet to release its Middle East peace plan it's been suggesting it would soon after this month's elections in Israel but chasing Greenblatt is planning to leave the White House in the coming weeks Greenblatt says he's grateful to have been part of a team that drafted what he calls a vision for peace what she says could improve the lives of millions of Israelis and Palestinians Palestinians say the white house's do pro Israel for them to work with as green but returns to New Jersey to be with his wife and six children one of his aides will step in to continue his work the state department's point person on Iran Brian hope will also play a larger

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"machel" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"machel" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Your phone tap is broken you will in the morning and today's fun topic call woman whose car was recently stolen and I have some great news I think I found it cool and when I tell she's very happy but for some reason my phone keeps cutting out before I can let her know exactly where it is it's your phone's out right now in the mornings on the twenty hello hi I was looking for a Machel okay hi how are you my name is Seth Macari Lou I know this is it's kind of a weird question but are you missing a car by any chance are you yeah I yeah I am that's correct it's I think it's parked on from my house what yeah what wait a minute how do you know what what what what what kind of it was a blue Ford explorer license plate number a H. one eight seven your heart yeah it's so so we was stolen about a week ago thank god I found it for you that is my baby I love that yeah we well it was great talking to you I'll talk to you later hello Michelle Hey sorry about that I'll go up on you didn't give you the address on where to pick up a card and I thank you okay what about I think I was where I'd forget my head sometimes was attached to my man understand so so I live in north side of the city right okay just pop by whenever you get a chance and we should be good.

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"machel" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

Best BBQ Show

16:30 min | 3 years ago

"machel" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

"Know, I know Matt Horne and I and, and then Machel Andrew conversations Martin from the warns the Nashville. One of the how are you? Good morning. He's one of the smart businessmen when it comes to the barbecue community. So I wanted them to be able to happen to having at as a resource to say, hey, listen, you know, you guys got this barbecue figured out. You know, how to cook it, you're doing some your stuff and your beaching in. But, but really, you got to know your numbers and really you gotta come really strong..

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"machel" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"machel" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Raise your mind Conroy energetics. We have also mad neutral sober, my design of liposomes on topic determine depleted silver, and we have Neutra defense and nutrient twenty six which by the way forty six minute vibrance tape passan's, too buddies inches. Get rid of it neutral acting f-. Let ask for the only one in the world this long with courtesy, de-link will order hemoglobin anyone see prevent like proteins, because all kinds of things from cataracts, vascular disease neutral silver. We have the dropper spray end, if your question Machel she nasal spray empty Baal, and you can transfer the tip, so.

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"machel" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"machel" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Awareness month. I'm encouraging people to invest in them into wealth. We should be doing that all the time. But I wanna tell you this quote from Machel Rosenthal. Trauma creates change. You. Don't choose healing is about creating change you do twos. So invest in into wealth and go get some healing. Young. From way back. But I never run away. Even when. Much. I pray to make one piece. I. That's what I need. One more time. Say I need one. Time. Tiger balm. Kiss. Strengthen guidance on that my friends nobody makes it ends. I had decide you'll know you'll that is the. Soon as attacks. I don't wanna spend time. Time in this. I need one dot. One more time. I gotta Anisi. One more time. Hi. Do you? Kids kids. Q's?.

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"machel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:49 min | 3 years ago

"machel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"NPR news. I'm Machel Martin today in Gusta Georgia. What seemed impossible just a few years ago became a reality? Tiger Woods who seemed a long shot to win another golf tournament. Let alone another major championship did just that winning his fifth masters by one stroke. It was his fifteenth major title and his first almost eleven years. Joining us now to tell us more about it is NPR sports car spun at Tom Goldman, Tom welcome. Thank you. Hi, michelle. So this story is all over social media. It's all over the world people are tweeting about what they were doing the last time. He won my personal favorite that testes child was beginning their final world tour, but tiger has won a few times before a few. So what makes this different? Oh boy. Well, you know because a couple of years ago Tiger Woods said he could barely walk. I think that's what makes a significant. He thought his career might be over his back problems were debilitating. So the talk of winning of winning a major seemed far fetched to say, the least, but then he had fusion surgery that was his fourth back surgery and it worked and last year. He started his climb back. He built to victory in the persis- tour championship in September of last year. And that proved it could win again. And today he proved he could win a major again. It's the first major victory since two thousand eight the two thousand eight US open first masters win since two thousand five and the fourteen intervening years are the longest gap between victories and master's history. And Michelle amazingly, this rekindles the question of can he beat Jack Nicklaus's record of eighteen major championships eleven years ago when he won number fourteen that US opened in two thousand eight it seemed like a matter of when and not. If that would happen, but to come back now and again start this talk about tiger catching, Jack, we just never sought come. And how did he do it today? Tell me because it was a wild tournament overall. I mean at one point they were where five guys in contention like five people tied. You know, the whole thing was well, it's how did he do it today? How did he pull it off? It was amazing. I I should say he won coming from behind which is a first this is his first major that he's one without having at least a share of the lead going into the final round. And he started today's final round two shots behind the leader. Italy's Francesco Molinari woods was kinda slow getting going. But he said afterwards that he just kept plotting. He used that word of bunch of times plotting and Monory look great early on. He was thinking clutch putts. But then on hold twelve the par-three in famed Amen Corner. Molinari put his tee shot in the creek in front of the green. And that changed the complexion of the tournament. Right. There is woods said later led a bunch of people back into the tournament. Really good players. Some of the best in. The world like bricks KEPCO who won two majors last year world. Number two ranked Dustin Johnson they surged, but through it all woods played steady. And the last few holes he did better than steady. He had three birdies one under par in his last six holes. Anyone by stroke. We have we have about a minute left house. So does this mean something for men's golf? I know that there's this whole question of the tiger affect and and all of this. And you know, he hasn't been on the scene, except as a sort of a a a sad sidebar in recent years does this mean something for men's golf overall for this? I think it does woods and his tremendous success years ago. Spawned a new generation of young golfers with complete games the Gulf. There is really good and today all those young golfers. He spawned he'd beat him in the biggest tournament when the pressure was greatest. And when they were all playing really well. And so he again is on top which I think is maybe disconcerting. For the young guns who thought woods was gonna fade off into the sunset. Not yet. Exciting for the over forty set over. Tell the truth time, you're gonna watch it again right now, aren't you? All right. That's NPR's, Tom Goldman, Tom. Thank you. You're welcome. Back now to one of the stories that has consumed the nation's capital, the Muller report, it will soon be here. At least a redacted version, a special counsel Robert Mueller's report it's expected in the next couple of days that according to attorney general William bar, and while fights over the report probably will continue the release is the coma nation of investigations that go back nearly three years reaching across continents and into President Trump's inner circle NPR Justice reporter Ryan Lucas takes us back to the beginning. The investigation began in late July twenty sixteen when the FBI quietly opened its probe into possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia that investigation code named operation. Crossfire hurricane remained a closely held secret through the end of the twenty sixteen campaign. It was not until March of twenty seventeen two months after Donald Trump was sworn in as president of the United States that the American public would learn about the probe when then FBI director James Comey, testified before congress I have been authorized by the department of. Justice to confirm that the FBI as part of our counterintelligence mission is investigating the Russian government's efforts to interfere in the two thousand sixteen presidential election that announcement triggered what would become a bare knuckle political fight on Capitol Hill Democrats pointed to a lengthy list of contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia wondering whether they meant that Trump's aides had worked with the Kremlin as it interfered in the election Republicans in contrast took aim at those investigating the president and his associates, but it was a decision by the president himself in early. May that would truly turn Fisher Washington on its head breaking news.

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"machel" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"machel" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"She's got a point shockingly, the plutocrats don't seem to be super big fans of politics that would make them less wealthy. And they have useful spokespeople poll. Our Scholtz Michael Bloomberg along with a non sniping to reporters, but it's a testament to how far the conversation has shifted that higher marginal tax rates well tax Medicare for all become central points discussion for democratic presidential aspirants. Here's comma Harris endorsing the latter last night in her first town hall, and I walk listen, the idea is that everyone gets access to medical care, and you don't have to go through the process of going through an insurance company having them give you approval going through the paperwork, all of the delay. That may require who of us has not had that situation. Where you gotta wait for approval and the doctor says, well, I don't know if your insurance company's gonna cover this. That's lemonade all of that. Let's move on Machel Gobert homers, the New York Times who's last piece is called Howard Schultz. Please don't run for president wonder what the thesis mall each he'd communications director for Justice. Democrats. I thought that Kamla Harris moment was really interesting because in terms of where she is more. She comes from the party. She is not like the left most person running and she was very straightforward about Medicare for all. That was not any evasive answer. Well, it kind of wild that Kamla Harris is the centrist candidates so far in the democratic primary. Right. That in itself, I think shows you how much the politics have shifted and she's been for right? She's she's co by care for all. It's not that this is a no, she's absolutely. But I think what's new is her being very forthright about what that means. Right. That we're not for some sort of gradual phasing out of private insurance but coming out for. The kind of most ambitious possible version of it. You know, it was interesting last night. It's all these conservatives light up when para said that like, oh, that's it. She's done, and you see people to you see Howard Schultz, Michael Bloomberg and others when they refer to the wealth tax when they talked about Alexander Cossio Cortez's seventy percent marginal tax rate. It's like, they don't even know how to argue against it because they their view is at self evidently, preposterous. But they clearly think it's good politics for them. Are they wrong while he'd I mean, it's great for the progressive movement. The populist movement in the Democratic Party to have people like Shelton, Bloomberg be the face of the anti-wealth text campaign. Yes, I think you're right about that. But I mean, honestly what's happening is that centrism typically refers to itself as the rational middle. Really? It's a fringe movement. Trying to defend the economic preferences of the one percent. But right now, what we're seeing that these corporate friendly centrist politicians are incredibly out of touch with the Democratic Party electorate, and frankly, the Republican party electorate Trump did not run on trickle down economics. He ran on. You know? Blocking the Republican establishment on some of these things. These ideas aren't popular in America right now. Yeah. I also think there's something this is I want to show how are Schultz sort of welcome to the show moment last night. He goes to do a book that New York. This is what happened take a look. I wanted to clarify the word independence which view of merely as a designation on the ballot. Well, you. Millionaire. Go to..

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