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The Power of Natural Immunity From COVID

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:48 min | Last month

The Power of Natural Immunity From COVID

"What is important for me to tell you is that I believe that what I had decided to do over the course of the last year and a half, I believe has been justified. I wanted to achieve natural immunity, which is by far the more robust immunity that one can have against the COVID or any virus. As Morton mccary, Marty Mackay, professor Johns Hopkins school of medicine, and the Bloomberg school of public health and the editor in chief of med page today wrote in The Washington Post, natural immunity to COVID is powerful policy makers seem afraid to say so. More than 15 studies have demonstrated the power of immunity acquired by previously having the virus. A 700,000 were person study from Israel to weeks ago this is a few months ago. Found that those who had experienced prior infections were 27 times less likely to get a second symptomatic COVID infection than those who were vaccinated. Did you hear that? 700,000 person study in Israel, 27 times less likely than vaccinated people.

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NFL Week 1 With Alex Smith

ESPN Daily

01:01 min | 3 months ago

NFL Week 1 With Alex Smith

"Alex smith. Man you were. I mean first off your ties loosened. Let's start there. You've just spend your first sunday as my teammate. now at espn. You were last. Season's nfl comeback player of the year. We all know that incredible story. But i believe this was the first time in twenty five years you have not been playing football or rehabbing for football. So how did it all feel for you personally. Just being out there and not being out there. Yes you're right. It's been twenty five years. This fall that i haven't been doing football some fashion or another been in training camp incredibly different but Awesome i had a lot of people reach out to me a lot of like stanley france. You know this last week in mackay. We're thinking about you. How are you doing. And as honestly i. I'm so at peace with the way my career ended obviously grateful that i ever was able to make it back in to be doing what i'm doing and you know still be around the game in some other capacity. I still had butterflies this morning. So that was amazing and looking forward to this challenge. It's it's it's fun

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"mackay" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"mackay" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Tunnel can't squeeze very hard. It's all calibrated to what you're able to do so you don't have to be the hulk and to make this work either. It's not about how hard you can squeeze. that's not. It's about the maintenance of the the tension in the muscles dope those potassium channels. The biggest mistake that i made Learning to use the zona is it's really only two two minute sessions per hand so to in the right hand to in the left hand and during those two minute sessions you kind of have to watch it and pay attention so if i'm single. I'm going to watch netflix and do this. It doesn't work so mistake. Was not paying attention but if you pay a small amount of attention it's just say squeeze last or squeeze more but it changes rapidly. 'cause you think you're squeezing the same amount but you're not. You're you're fluctuating. All over the place just like when we tell you to stand still. You're actually wobbling in a circle you just can't tell in your grip is doing the same thing. You're just becoming better at that fine grain control so it does require attention so that means for eight minutes. You can't watch netflix. Do instagram but okay. I think most people can handle that and guys code dave 2021 at zone dot com save one hundred fifty bucks and there's a ninety day money back guarantee so if it works in your blood pressure goes down keep it if it doesn't work then send it back it so. This is one of the things where i'm confident works because i've seen at work for ten years on that note. We've had a couple of questions from that brand collective. We learned a lot about nitric oxide. Potassium the endothelium versus the geico calix and a bunch of other things that you might do alongside the zona alike lane which is an amino acid that. Has i think better for you than our janine and on that note thank you so much mckay for coming in and sharing your knowledge of how you're using this how you're seeing at work clinically and thanks to the guys from zona and to mark young who was cast earlier for extending a discount code for listeners If high blood pressures in your family your in your life you owe it to yourself to try this. This is just such a low hanging fruit of a bio hack and either a worker. It's not gonna work in. I bet it's going to work because well eighty percent of people use it find it. Works have a beautiful day. Thanks dave bulletproof. Radio was created those hosted. By dave aspirin.

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"mackay" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

06:55 min | 3 months ago

"mackay" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"You don't have pain throughout the body. So i look at that indo. 'they liam and even the lining of the endothelium the quake cakes as primary biohacking territories and the idea that you can use feedback any system in the body where you can get. External feedback will improve more quickly. Than if you just sit there and try and look at it. Even if you're a meditation guru santa cave and you can make your your thumb or your hand. Get really hot here and there are guys who can do that. They can change ten degrees by temperature. Hook thermometer up to it and show them the thermometer and they can do it faster. So feedback is just valuable in this feedback on system. Most people don't know you can measure or have any impact on but it has been around for ten plus years on it does compete with with chemicals which i think always a good thing to do. I'll write. would you be up for a question or two. From the upgrade collective members would love to alright. John's got his hand up. But i can't tell if that's because he wanted to ask a question or he just left his hand. Upjohn since your hands up. Woody have to say actually. The question was really about the pots because I got a couple of daughters that both get light headed miss and we give them salt. They keep salt with them so that they can. You know not stop doing their activities in that raises a breath blood pressure just enough to eliminate the problem. And when i heard you talking about how you could learn to control blood pressure with this. I thought maybe that would work. But i wrote you the the question in a text and you really already really already screen that question. So i don't and the pots is actually originated from lime. It's not it's really lime related. The doctor told it's not actually butts a right. 'cause it's from lime. It's not really pots yet. Thank you said it is but that most people would treat the pots and not treat the lime. She said of retreat the line and just do the salt For the pots at this pot system symptoms would improve in. so that's how we approached it. You know how are they doing with their lime treatment overall like are they winning no I'd say i'd say they've improved quite a bit but there's a lot of ups and downs for both of them. Yeah so then. I'd even turned this over today in his experience but yet the i agree with the doctor in this case i mean you obviously need some hacks to get the blood pressure up immediately. I don't know if zone is the right tool to do that. There's money back guarantee you can try. It can work. You only need one of them for both your daughters so they can try to doesn't work send it back and we'd love to hear the results from it. I should have mentioned that this one of those things where it was like sixty or ninety days some long amount of time. I don't remember what it is. It's on the websites guys. Don't quote me on that but you can try to look. I did it. You really need to do it for about four six weeks or something. Pretty regularly to start seeing the numbers change. They won't change. the. I say there is ninety days so you can try it for in two months and say okay. I got the results. I could see my blood pressure. Or i didn't and then send it back so i i just think that's a that's the biggest vote you can have of confidence when nine days is plenty of time to see the results and and so it's like either is gonna workers not gonna work and for specific cases of lyme. Some lime co infections things like barnala will infect the endothelium in fact there's a chronic number of people probably tens of millions in the us alone who have stuff living in their endothelium slow growing bacteria. And certainly something that i dealt with before Does doing this kind of training with zona were training into the feeling. Does it affect the co-infections that come with lime. No idea no idea. But you treat lime and you use zone. I mean she's going to have an idea. You don't have a clinical study but you have an idea so again so we're dealing with so there is an dible nitric oxide. Synthase is inside the endothelium right. So if there's an infection they are producing crazy amounts of nitric oxide that does disrupt the normal functioning of feeling sales and the normal functioning of the endothelial nitric oxide synthesis. So essentially you. You're releasing. Gobs and gobs and gobs of nitric oxide to try and get the innate immune system working so it kills off the invader and so the rest of the the nitric oxide synthesis as well. We're gonna take the day off. 'cause we got plenty nitric oxide here so at Down regulates the normal functioning there. So i would think that if once the body got on top of the infection a little bit and the Down regulated that it would disown would help restore normal function there But if it's an active infection with inflammation going on there who knows but in terms of recovery absolutely. Okay that's a. That's a very very cool answer. We have one more question from the upgrade collective. Today's susan go for it and thank you for this wide-ranging ranging and very interesting conversation about a lot of different on cardio benefits. My question is around the actual use of it so do switch hands stand up sit down you know what are the best ways or the optima ways to get results and where do you find people making mistakes that we would like to pay attention to. If we're going to start this between gregg questioned the only mistake you can make is not doing it. It really it walks you through. So it's a little handheld device. It walks through the exercise as long as you are using the feedback. And either it tells you the squeeze lesser squeeze more. It's that simple. And then at the end it gives you a score bap during those two minutes. What percentage where you in the proper zone and as long as you're above seventy percent for the two for the entire exercise you're okay so there's really you can't mess this one up. This is simple as it gets. You just have to get started and squeeze and takes about. Thanks about eleven minutes. I think total because paul one minute pause in between you go back and forth times but it's it's as simple as you can get. You cannot literally cannot mess it. Up doesn't matter if you've got the grip strength of dave asprey or you know you've got a carpal tunnel can't squeeze very hard. It's all calibrated to what you're able to do so you don't have to be the hulk and to make this work either..

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"mackay" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

05:50 min | 3 months ago

"mackay" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Right but the timing of it would be you know how do you time that so that they both hit the cells at the same time. I don't know. I think when once you open the potassium channels in the muscles using the zona as long as you have potassium sufficiency or if you take it before. During or after mega says they'll be open for a little while and it probably would probably work pretty. Well you're talking about those pictures of i'm of the zona or of the interview. Liam you guys presented or not you. You're not you don't work for zone but you just use it in your practice. Zona or near on their advisory board the as owner presented at the american academy of anti-aging medicine. Where i've had the honor of lecturing. I'm quite a few times and presented that data about flat endothelial cells. And whether you're a pro athlete or you're just looking to live a very long time or anything else if this is going on this is an early heading in the direction of disease and you guys showed pictures and you you publish research about how potassium softens of ascot endothelium and increases. Nitric oxide so when you're talking about there was that study right. That's correct. Yeah okay now. Here's my question for you. I want to do my super zona protocol right so increasing. Nitric oxide release Should i take some l. arginine amino acids that increases your nitric oxide. I mean i could take that heck papa viagra if i really wanted to not have any but i get a prescription that raises nitric oxide as well Not suggesting that we all go do that. There are other ways to do it And i could do some beetroot extract. Which might also do this as well and i could do. Red light therapy that increases it. And then i could do my. I could do my zona and really spiked my potassium and spike my nitric oxide. I know there's no side any of this. But you have clint club debts. So there's no limitations on what you can do before during or after zona what's going to be like the super crazy bio hacker staff. How i would stackable first of all. I'd skip the argentine and take citrulline instead and like that answer i would actually do the same. The my understanding is it just has to do with how it gets to the nitric oxide. Synthesis itself The liber loves arginine. It needs for the recycle and for toxic vacation of ammonia and it primarily gets metabolize and used their before it makes it into your system and the levels. Actually go up near the cells where you need it. Near the endothelial cells in the smooth muscle cells citrulline gets taken in gets moved to the kidney first and then distributed and gets converted through again part of this urea cycle and the cells to arginine kind of onsite. So it's just in time delivery. It's just their studies showing that it's just a little bit better or maybe a lot better at getting your nitric oxide levels so in the. That's when why working with Vitality life we made citrin base for the supplement and not argentina. Now there are good reasons to use arginine but to boost nitric oxide. Not the best sorry went down that rabbit hole there. No this is really helpful for listeners. Because the people listening to this show are the kind of people saying. How do i get more results in less time. And i'm saying okay you've got a zona and it. We talked about the results from vitamin c. In need to make little bit. Yep you wanna make sure you've got your be biden's particularly Ba five onboard. Can you need to make sure your any d. is up your adph particularly so that starts it all up by donating electrons you need to make sure those pathways or functioning i to that on in terms of the kind of the supplement side. That's what i would look at. Those would be the main ways to prime the nitric oxide synthesis to get ready now. There's you know there's a thousand things you can do but those are those. Are the low hanging fruit there and then things like your vibration plate exercise stuff vibration releases it. It's another stressful. The system that releases nitric oxide so saunas red light and infrared. The heat shock protein releases. Nitric oxide. so basically if you're able to and you talked about this earlier the your induced nitric oxide if you can get your inflammation down first then you're to be producing maximum amount of nitric oxide if you're inflamed as well then it's it's a little bit icy on producing the nitric oxide. So the more you can do to bring your inflammation down so that the the reeboks status in the cells are in decent shape. Then you're probably going to be producing nitric oxide instead of superoxide. We didn't really talk about that. But the these nitric oxide synthesis can produce superoxide when the seller stress. in fact. I think it's one of the main signaling that the cell says hey we're in trouble here like in no doses nitric oxide it produces superoxide which starts another chain of oxidative signaling and you need some esa to turn off inflammation but if you make too much. Ssd you'll feel like absolute crap. You can take supplements with us. So d- and i've i've had issues from too much. Ssd from this now. I should mention to anytime someone comes on the show. And we're talking about a product. If i can get a discounts worked out for listeners. Do us good as zona dot com zeo in a co dave. Twenty twenty one. Save one hundred fifty bucks which is a real.

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Nancy McKay on Equus Coaching

The Healing Place Podcast

01:15 min | 7 months ago

Nancy McKay on Equus Coaching

"Tank with me today. Nancy mackay in. Nancy is certified life and equis coach author and speaker so welcome. Thank you so much terry. It's great to be here. Yes i told you right before. I hit record. I had to look up how to pronounce e. q. u. s. had the ideal. What is equis is horses. And so it's You know it's just part of the terminology and As an equis coach. I don't coach forces but i use horses as co facilitators for life. Coaching wonderful will you saw. Might my labrador tow behind me moving around just a second ago. And she's a registered are certified. Therapy dog registered therapy dogs through pet partners and we work with kids in schools and so it really is. It's amazing how animals can have an impact on helping people heal and in loosely. Yeah absolutely beautiful. It's just it's magic. Yeah i've heard. Horses are just amazing at at doing that for people as well.

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Former Boston Police Captain Charged in Overtime Fraud Scheme

WBZ Midday News

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Former Boston Police Captain Charged in Overtime Fraud Scheme

"Boston police officer facing investment and theft charges he's accused of logging hours. He never worked. Details from WBC's Jim Mackay. Former Boston police captain 62 year old Richard Evans of Hanover is the latest to be charged in an overtime pay scam. That was operating within the evidence control unit within the Boston Police Department. Evans is accused of logging shifts. He never worked and also overseeing other officers who were pulling the same scam. He's accused of collecting tens of thousands of dollars from 2015 to 2019. It was last year when nine other officers were charged with similar crimes by the Boston FBI office. Evans is facing charges of embezzlement, wire fraud and conspiracy to steal federal funds. He has a virtual court appearance set for later today at Boston Federal Court. Jim McKay,

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"mackay" Discussed on Best Comics Ever

Best Comics Ever

05:10 min | 11 months ago

"mackay" Discussed on Best Comics Ever

"I'm excited to be joined by. Jed mackay writer of various marvel comics including the ongoing black cat which was relaunched. Recently as part of the king in black event as well as a taskmaster miniseries and some other cool marvel works coming out right now jed. Thanks so much for joining. I appreciate having you on. How are you doing today. I'm very well. Thank you and thanks for having me on what was to talk comic books. Cool perfect that's exactly what this is. We'll try to dig in to the work and just talk about Some of what you've been doing. Because i definitely have been very impressed by especially black cat of late. I feel like i almost owe you an apology. Rereading it simply by virtue of not giving this book early attention on like marvel best ovallis in two thousand nineteen twenty twenty I think ahead an as an honorable mention in two thousand twenty and it. It totally deserves a spot on on the list when i make my updates That will one hundred percent. Black hat is really really excellent. is a great books. I wanted to say that up front because it's it's so good. How did you. Yeah when you're when you're looking at academy writing a black cap book winded it. I sort of occurred to you to for this premise of a very high s- focused book throughout like kinda the entirety of the moral universe. Kind of it from the get-go. When when i got the call say hey you wanna write a black cap up until of course hadn't really. I didn't really know where she was at at that point in time i wasn't really following his character but doug in in sort of aw kind of sumptuous up to yoshida's been a thief vigilante issues of private detective for a while i think but i think the the thing is what people keep coming back to. I think that's the most interesting way to do it. welcome we'll do some stories but generally if i'm trying to write a comic book story i don't find doing the whole cap burglar as interesting as Kind of explosive colorful loud heist with a lot of moving parts of neo people working behind the scenes the twist reveals getting right up in people's faces so because that's what i find the most kind of interesting and exciting charismatic. Take on you know the angle known. It totally works. i think in some. It's almost surprising in a because as a longtime spiderman fan and certainly a fan of the character of the black cat. She's so tied to that character and to the cap burglar angle. You know i think. A lot of times Reader perceptions can kind of just be like. Oh she's marvel's cap woman right and it's kind of this..

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Casey Hudson and Mark Darrah to leave BioWare

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Casey Hudson and Mark Darrah to leave BioWare

"Casey hudson and mark dora leave by aware. This is jonathan dorm but should i. G dot com has announced. Casey hudson the general manager of by aware and marked raw the executive producer of the upcoming dragon age. We'll be departing. The company all currently ongoing projects including anthem next the next dragon. Age and the massive and the mass effect the legendary edition Remasters among them will continue as planned. Despite leader ship shifts samantha. Ryan will continue to oversee the studio while christian dailly who joined by wear from blizzard will now be leading the dragon age project as executive producer with matthew goldman a remaining as creative director on the project the massive at collection. We'll continue to be led by. Mike gamble as that team remains Art work on the future of that franchise. This marks hudson's second departure from buyer. After he i left the studio twenty fourteen and announced a new position at microsoft in two thousand fifteen hudson rejoined by wearing twenty seventeen when then. Gm flynn step down while the company searches for a new gm. Gary mackay was senior. Director of development operations will act as studio. Gm quote. they will always be an important part of the studio's history. We appreciate their many contributions and we look forward to seeing what they'll each do next Laura malay chief studios officer set from. Ea said in a statement announcing the studios departure quote. It's not an easy decision to make in. Big changes like this always come with a certain degree of sadness. I will miss being able to work every day with our inspiring developers on the biggest and most exciting projects. I can imagine. But i also know that this is a good time for a change for both myself. In bio where hudson said in a post explaining to his departure. It's profound in humbling to look back on a decades long career and thinking about the things we've achieved together. It's hard to make the decision to move on But i'm excited about what's next. For all of us and quote. Dora also wrote about the decision to leave saying quote. This has been a very difficult decision for me. The team didn't the team of amazing developers. Dragon age make my life fuller and better. They have taught me so much but the strength of the team is also. What makes this possible. Another dragon age won't survive with. No i'm sorry. Know the dragon. Age won't just survive without me. It will thrive end quote and actually while we were live blessing at junior the one and only jeff keely tweeted miss a special look at the next dragon age from by wear during the game awards next thursday hurdle towards the game awards blessing.

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Federal court overturns death sentence for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bomber

Ben Shapiro

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Federal court overturns death sentence for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bomber

"A federal appeals court today overturned Boston Marathon bombers Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's death penalty sentence. Jeff Mackay tells us what the judge's decision means. 2013 attack killed three people and wounded more than 260 others. What the U. S first Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston did was. It upheld much of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's conviction but ordered a lower court judge now to hold a new trial strictly over the penalty. Tsarnaev should receive the death penalty eligible crimes that he was

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wild re-imaginings of other species

Science Friction

05:31 min | 1 year ago

wild re-imaginings of other species

"LA, Natasha, Mitchell dropping into the science fiction podcast. When you don't, it is now I'm wacky that way, but I have a reason. I have an extra treat for you. We love traits so I record this conversation for what we call the big weekend of books on ABC, Radio, national and I think it will provoke you to see things in a very different way. I ask stories that certainly lay anytime soon especially in light of everything going on at this strange moment in history. Need three Australian authors who have fully milt the creative in crazy power of the novelists imagination, the lightest books really get us to look at the state of the world and the side of humanity. Through the eyes of other species so in Laura J. Mackay's book the animals in that country, a viral pandemic allows us to understand the language of other animals in James Bradley's ghost. Species scientists use ancient DNA to create a single neanderthal child, and in Flynn's hilarious book mammoth. He turns the job of narration. Over to you guessed it a third, thousand-year-old extinct mammoth. Jones increase. Thanks for joining me. Thank you. Hi Blow! It strikes me that this conversation was meant to be. Your novels are so bizarrely prescient right now they bring together these connected themes of extinction and apocalypse and pandemics and the state of humanity. I'm curious about what each of you feel. Landing these books at the present moment Laura. Oh It's been such a strange experience launching booking to a pandemic, and might even more strange by the fact that I think all of books. I know mine does deals with some aspect of those state of the world in my novel is a strange flu. That is called. Sue Flu that takes over the country and it's very very spreadable so having these things reflected in the book and playing out in the news cycle. It was just so bizarre like the three of them. They all speak to so powerfully. It's really weird. I mean Chris. Yours is like the prequel and the cool to. And the fact that we're all we're all. They're riding away. Not Talking to each other and the releasing these books and having these conversations is quite odd something in the air I'm thinking. I've quite enjoyed it to be honest. That's pretty perversive me. And I kind of think that all three of these books they all talk about our relationship with the natural world, and how we tend to elevate ourselves both the natural kingdom, and that has dr consequences for us, so you can ask for better timing. You're all using the voices of other spacey's to Talk To us about spacey's and Laura. Let's get a sense then of your characters story said in a wildlife animal park initially where we make the rough living alcoholic Jane Bennett. She's a part God. Her daughter-in-law Angela runs the park and then this bizarre. Pandemic hits. Zoo Flu. What does it cost to happen? Well? One of the main outcomes or symptoms of zoo flu is that once people get over the sniffle in the in the favor, they can understand what other animals saying not telepathically, but what all the animal bodies are communicating so at first especially for the main protagonist Jane. It seems like all who wishes have come true. She finds it really hard to get along with all the papal. She's very close to a Dingo cold sue. Sue and it feels like it's time, but of course once she hears what other animals have to say this the case with all the human characters. They realized that they're not saying that things that we want them to say they not saying. Hi, Hi I love you. Give me a snack. They've got deeper things at stake and the the way that they think about humans, the way that they are in the world is much bigger and much more frightening in humans would like. And I profanity challenge our role in their lives I. mean describe the chaos Connie judge. That unfolds as this pandemic spreads well as with the pandemic that we're witnessing now people reacting very very different ways. Some people take shelter and hideaway, and in the case of the novel, they often hiding from their hit so beloved fluffy, the cat who's lived with someone for years. Keep out on the straight in that time at other people, venture out and want to disparately. What animals have to cite them and often humans? Seeking an answer, we want animals animals to provide us with prophecy, a God, poetic vision of the future, but of course animals on he for us, and so much of the novel is about people realizing that the animals are are in the world for themselves, and they have they have their lives, and that humans aren't the center of the universe, and that's very very confronting to the human characters in the book. Yeah,

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wild re-imaginings of other species

Science Friction

05:31 min | 1 year ago

wild re-imaginings of other species

"LA, Natasha, Mitchell dropping into the science fiction podcast. When you don't, it is now I'm wacky that way, but I have a reason. I have an extra treat for you. We love traits so I record this conversation for what we call the big weekend of books on ABC, Radio, national and I think it will provoke you to see things in a very different way. I ask stories that certainly lay anytime soon especially in light of everything going on at this strange moment in history. Need three Australian authors who have fully milt the creative in crazy power of the novelists imagination, the lightest books really get us to look at the state of the world and the side of humanity. Through the eyes of other species so in Laura J. Mackay's book the animals in that country, a viral pandemic allows us to understand the language of other animals in James Bradley's ghost. Species scientists use ancient DNA to create a single neanderthal child, and in Flynn's hilarious book mammoth. He turns the job of narration. Over to you guessed it a third, thousand-year-old extinct mammoth. Jones increase. Thanks for joining me. Thank you. Hi Blow! It strikes me that this conversation was meant to be. Your novels are so bizarrely prescient right now they bring together these connected themes of extinction and apocalypse and pandemics and the state of humanity. I'm curious about what each of you feel. Landing these books at the present moment Laura. Oh It's been such a strange experience launching booking to a pandemic, and might even more strange by the fact that I think all of books. I know mine does deals with some aspect of those state of the world in my novel is a strange flu. That is called. Sue Flu that takes over the country and it's very very spreadable so having these things reflected in the book and playing out in the news cycle. It was just so bizarre like the three of them. They all speak to so powerfully. It's really weird. I mean Chris. Yours is like the prequel and the cool to. And the fact that we're all we're all. They're riding away. Not Talking to each other and the releasing these books and having these conversations is quite odd something in the air I'm thinking. I've quite enjoyed it to be honest. That's pretty perversive me. And I kind of think that all three of these books they all talk about our relationship with the natural world, and how we tend to elevate ourselves both the natural kingdom, and that has dr consequences for us, so you can ask for better timing. You're all using the voices of other spacey's to Talk To us about spacey's and Laura. Let's get a sense then of your characters story said in a wildlife animal park initially where we make the rough living alcoholic Jane Bennett. She's a part God. Her daughter-in-law Angela runs the park and then this bizarre. Pandemic hits. Zoo Flu. What does it cost to happen? Well? One of the main outcomes or symptoms of zoo flu is that once people get over the sniffle in the in the favor, they can understand what other animals saying not telepathically, but what all the animal bodies are communicating so at first especially for the main protagonist Jane. It seems like all who wishes have come true. She finds it really hard to get along with all the papal. She's very close to a Dingo cold sue. Sue and it feels like it's time, but of course once she hears what other animals have to say this the case with all the human characters. They realized that they're not saying that things that we want them to say they not saying. Hi, Hi I love you. Give me a snack. They've got deeper things at stake and the the way that they think about humans, the way that they are in the world is much bigger and much more frightening in humans would like. And I profanity challenge our role in their lives I. mean describe the chaos Connie judge. That unfolds as this pandemic spreads well as with the pandemic that we're witnessing now people reacting very very different ways. Some people take shelter and hideaway, and in the case of the novel, they often hiding from their hit so beloved fluffy, the cat who's lived with someone for years. Keep out on the straight in that time at other people, venture out and want to disparately. What animals have to cite them and often humans? Seeking an answer, we want animals animals to provide us with prophecy, a God, poetic vision of the future, but of course animals on he for us, and so much of the novel is about people realizing that the animals are are in the world for themselves, and they have they have their lives, and that humans aren't the center of the universe, and that's very very confronting to the human characters in the book. Yeah,

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wild re-imaginings of other species

Science Friction

05:31 min | 1 year ago

wild re-imaginings of other species

"LA, Natasha, Mitchell dropping into the science fiction podcast. When you don't, it is now I'm wacky that way, but I have a reason. I have an extra treat for you. We love traits so I record this conversation for what we call the big weekend of books on ABC, Radio, national and I think it will provoke you to see things in a very different way. I ask stories that certainly lay anytime soon especially in light of everything going on at this strange moment in history. Need three Australian authors who have fully milt the creative in crazy power of the novelists imagination, the lightest books really get us to look at the state of the world and the side of humanity. Through the eyes of other species so in Laura J. Mackay's book the animals in that country, a viral pandemic allows us to understand the language of other animals in James Bradley's ghost. Species scientists use ancient DNA to create a single neanderthal child, and in Flynn's hilarious book mammoth. He turns the job of narration. Over to you guessed it a third, thousand-year-old extinct mammoth. Jones increase. Thanks for joining me. Thank you. Hi Blow! It strikes me that this conversation was meant to be. Your novels are so bizarrely prescient right now they bring together these connected themes of extinction and apocalypse and pandemics and the state of humanity. I'm curious about what each of you feel. Landing these books at the present moment Laura. Oh It's been such a strange experience launching booking to a pandemic, and might even more strange by the fact that I think all of books. I know mine does deals with some aspect of those state of the world in my novel is a strange flu. That is called. Sue Flu that takes over the country and it's very very spreadable so having these things reflected in the book and playing out in the news cycle. It was just so bizarre like the three of them. They all speak to so powerfully. It's really weird. I mean Chris. Yours is like the prequel and the cool to. And the fact that we're all we're all. They're riding away. Not Talking to each other and the releasing these books and having these conversations is quite odd something in the air I'm thinking. I've quite enjoyed it to be honest. That's pretty perversive me. And I kind of think that all three of these books they all talk about our relationship with the natural world, and how we tend to elevate ourselves both the natural kingdom, and that has dr consequences for us, so you can ask for better timing. You're all using the voices of other spacey's to Talk To us about spacey's and Laura. Let's get a sense then of your characters story said in a wildlife animal park initially where we make the rough living alcoholic Jane Bennett. She's a part God. Her daughter-in-law Angela runs the park and then this bizarre. Pandemic hits. Zoo Flu. What does it cost to happen? Well? One of the main outcomes or symptoms of zoo flu is that once people get over the sniffle in the in the favor, they can understand what other animals saying not telepathically, but what all the animal bodies are communicating so at first especially for the main protagonist Jane. It seems like all who wishes have come true. She finds it really hard to get along with all the papal. She's very close to a Dingo cold sue. Sue and it feels like it's time, but of course once she hears what other animals have to say this the case with all the human characters. They realized that they're not saying that things that we want them to say they not saying. Hi, Hi I love you. Give me a snack. They've got deeper things at stake and the the way that they think about humans, the way that they are in the world is much bigger and much more frightening in humans would like. And I profanity challenge our role in their lives I. mean describe the chaos Connie judge. That unfolds as this pandemic spreads well as with the pandemic that we're witnessing now people reacting very very different ways. Some people take shelter and hideaway, and in the case of the novel, they often hiding from their hit so beloved fluffy, the cat who's lived with someone for years. Keep out on the straight in that time at other people, venture out and want to disparately. What animals have to cite them and often humans? Seeking an answer, we want animals animals to provide us with prophecy, a God, poetic vision of the future, but of course animals on he for us, and so much of the novel is about people realizing that the animals are are in the world for themselves, and they have they have their lives, and that humans aren't the center of the universe, and that's very very confronting to the human characters in the book. Yeah,

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11:43 min | 1 year ago

"mackay" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

"Goon finding it moving something. He was a guy and if I like He would help me. We were doing. We actually probably wrote five or six adds that we haven't even had a chance to to do yet So we shot like one brief thing over the summer and it was like in the skin does can weigh on Grafton now kind of walked in one day it was a k. And make pens and this place like like literally right behind you guys. Can we come in on a Sunday and shoot like a two minute ad in here? And they're like yeah okay so That was really fun and kind of things like that. We had we had planned The idea was to have them all kind of setup for the holiday season. Yeah so just in work out but This year will be interesting. Taking care of your health is way more important. Yeah and present it and for me like it's not easy to take a step back and be like okay. I can't like I've got to the point in November where I would say last week of October. All of November. I couldn't even stand for longer than an hour every day. And I'm the kind of person like when making these. I'm on my feet for five six hours at a time and then I sit down and hash stuff out so not being able to do that. Meant I literally couldn't make anything and working through. That was was incredibly difficult. Helpfully mental hellhole brutal brutal brutal. But like I'm I'm wired A little different from other people as well. I've never been diagnosed with with any kind of mental health issues or anything like that. But I'm sure I like genetically. I'm predisposed to so if I if I went to get testing done. I'm sure they'd come up with something And I'm not overly educated like on the topic But overall like mental health is a topic that I'm incredibly passionate about and and talking about especially with everything related to my my grandfather and people. I have in my personal life that go through all kinds of different things but I would say like at one point in the last few months. I was so stressed that I couldn't physically How should I wear those? I was so stressed that I was on the verge of a panic attack. One hundred percent of the time. Oh Man Yes it was really really rough nose like a full week of that and it was because I didn't know what to do and that's usually not a problem that I have because usually what I do is I okay. This is the problem. These are all my things that I can lay out that I can do to resolve but when you're physically not able to do anything like what are you supposed to do. So that was at that time period and I work through that and I'm great now so I can't complain but understanding how bad feeling feels for other people now is is certainly makes my perspective very different and even in high school like I actually had A very very close friend of mine about a month and a half before I graduated he. He died a suicide and that made a huge huge impact on my life. He's just an incredible individual and at nowhere he's gone and like nobody really knew what was going on and just The fact that people that incredible can just be gone. Instantly is something that made me realize at the age of seventeen that you have to be kinda everybody because you really never know because is probably spoken to them about a week and a half before this happened. He seemed fine. I and there is no way for me to to really have known unless the person was comfortable telling you so even like With with bowel. Let's talk and and and things like that. That just happened like this week Just the promotion of of the conversation. is so important and for me. Mental health is a topic that I probably get more into over as years. Go on Especially when it relates to addiction Especially Nova Scotia. Like I probably know. Six or seven people under the age of twenty two. That are already alcoholics. That I grew up with and the fact that there's no conversation about alcohol abuse and Nova Scotia. I don't drink at all and it's it has one to do financially. I don't want to pay fifty dollars for a bottle of liquid to make me feel happy to me. That's how I look at alcohol but there are some people that that's their only way out from the environment that they're in so I'm very sensitive to that but at the same time learning the coping skills learning how to take a step back from the pain. You're feeling and understand that you can talk to somebody whether it's somebody you know personally. There's somebody can talk on the phone whether it's kids help phone for for some people Better are just under the age eighteen. There's so many ways to to reach out and Startling STATISTIC THAT. I really saw Saw recently the leading cause of death for men in the U K's suicide. Okay Nash. Looking yeah and like just unbelievable and that statistic really like hit home for me because I have lost a friend to that and raising the conversation is Great. But what do we do to resolve that? And I think that's the real big point that a lot of people don't have an answer to because we really don't know in the last thirty years. Mental Health has changed and how we view it so much and I do the best. I can to learn as much as I can but at the end of the day. I pretty much work sixty to eighty hours a week. So there's only five or ten hours in there that I can really learn And I'm also a student at at Saint. Mary's so I have my courses as well we we. We won't true me off though you're done so doings. Mary's and I'm still studying commerce. I had to withdraw from classes last semester. Because my health issues I'm only taking three courses a semester. So I'm still technically considered fulltime dodger but Kinda just transitioning to back classes this semester. It's going pretty well. How do you mean depends like the? Yeah but most of them come pre named so. That's great so before my suppliers that I feel like you should call this one. The Canadian and like the slim one they call Slimline and they talk about the line like the black line. That's on that so it's one of those names. Come from but I think for for me like I'm trying to get into a place where I can make my own designs as well. I can't draw because I never developed the skill by person I was working with the summers incredibly talented at drawing and design so the whole summer we were like hey. Let's try to to do this and that was kind of project. We're going to do So we might do this year but what I WANNA do is make it so say you want a pencil. You can have a Pencil. So you want to switch that pencil into penn swap out parts put in a pound so you can keep the outer casing similar to like Thing you got so this pencil. That's the whole mechanism okay. And that's like the actual shell so if you can just switch all the parts you can pretty much just have whatever you want and off. All you have to do is make sure the tube size can fit all these different things. Such a design. I've been working on my head for four years and I can't figure out how to drive so I'm trying to get somebody else do it so okay so I'm GonNa end with this. I mean you're doing all these things and you still have school. Yom How do you keep going because the most difficult it is? Yeah man like I would say. Probably the last two years have been incredibly like when? I first started the first three months when I started. I was working at Soviets had office in new Glasgow and I was working on this so I was working. Forty hours Sohbi's an sixty hours on this and so every single day from seven. Am until eleven pm was work. And I did that for three months and I went back to school and then went to Europe. And you're going to burn out if you do that and I've done my burnt out two to three times over the last few years so there's really no way to to to handle it like you either do or you don't and you either have to keep doing it or decide that what you're working towards isn't worth it. Oh that's how I look at it and I'm very black and white about it and it's not an answer that is easy for a lot of people because that's not fun you know but like that's how. I look at it like you either can do it or you can't and there's people that should not be an entrepreneur one because it's so stressful. You have to take on incredible financial risk. Ninety five percent of small businesses fail within the first two years. I would say excuse me ninety percent and it's incredibly challenging but I I love what I do and my passion isn't about trying to make a bunch of money and in its up. Fueled by this passion to try and get people to be open and and Just be themselves at the end of the day what I WANNA do. I WanNa try to build the largest business ever come from Atlantic Canada not for the pursuit my own financial gain but to make sure people who haven't been given an opportunity to succeed are given that. Opportunity. I WANNA be able to give people well paying jobs that they build in their communities and and try to give back as much as they can. But there's this huge perception that corporations don't care about people that work for them and in many cases I would agree with one hundred upset. But what if there was at least one example? Yeah that you could look to him. I like those guys. Yeah and it's not even about me. It's about okay. At least this company is is trying at least. They're trying to build a successful business. That makes good stuff. It's pretty cool overall. But they're trying to make the people that work for them happy to and. I think that there's a few examples of that out there but I want to try to at least provide another one awesome things will the blackout podcast. Thanks for listening..

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"mackay" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

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08:34 min | 1 year ago

"mackay" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

"Yeah Yeah Yeah. I don't know depending on what it's made of. It can be like between thirty minutes up to two hours. Okay so Sam. Working with Like the the Blackwood in the top there. That's actually called. Yeah you got to actually called Blackwood. Okay and it's from Africa and it's what they used to use to make clarinets and stuff like that Nec use them for Bagpipes as well at one time so that would is so dense in so brittle that you have to be incredibly careful while you're doing or can just explode what tools you use so use. A drill press a band saw and a would leith. That's kind of my three and I use like sandpaper and Chisels and kind of kind of kind of walk you through the whole process great So Sam making these slim pens at the top. That's what I started making so usually what I do to get like a piece of wood that between Like four to five inches long. Take that and mark on it. A where to brass tubes will go so like you see the two pieces of wood there Essentially there's a tube inside of it that actually holds shape. And that's how you make it. So you can have the internal pieces so like the actual pen mechanisms and stuff like that because if it was touching the wood and The would would say the There's ink and the ink breaks in it goes into the would could make the the would break stuff like that so. I don't designer. Make any of the the metal pieces but all of my designs in the wood are slightly different depending on what? I'm doing So what I do is market Then I cut it and then I drill a hole for that tube to go into a glue that to them. Then I do something called squaring it and that happens on my drill press as well where it's a specific tool that cuts around whole top part of the wood so that the brass tomb in the winter perfectly square. And that's the only way to make it so that these can end up perfectly straight because if you do it in any other way you can use like a belt sander and stuff like that for it. But I don't find. It's as as accurate if you don't do that. It can end up imperfect at the end and if it's imperfect it'll it'll shatter easier and everything like that and and everything that I saw has a lifetime warranty. I remember you told me. I don't give that. He's the reason why they don't is because they don't want to deal with the the customer coming back and trying to fix it and whatever but I've only really ever had to customers come back with pens that stop working and For the most part it was only one issue was of my like actual manufacturing being wrong and it was just like the tube was like half a millimeter too short so the actual pen would get stuck out. He couldn't. I'm on. Click the pen so I had to fix that and I took me a long time to figure out how to fix And I couldn't so I just had to replace the pen. I think it took me six months. Something like that Because I because I didn't want to just make a new pen. I wanted to learn how to actually fix the problem. And then fix like what I mean because then if it happened again I could fix it in thirty minutes. So yeah but Kinda. The the commitment to the the lifetime warranty is no matter like what problem happens with the pen. Chances are I'm going to be able to fix it or replace it and if I can't fix it I can replace it pretty easily but the big thing is I always try to fix the pen because the person has a personal connection to it. Yeah and that's why I always try to do that. I But yeah that's kind of a big thing for me as well and I probably sold somewhere under a thousand but at least seven hundred and fifty pounds in the last three years or so and only one or two come back. So it's like the mechanisms. I use a pretty high quality and everything like that so usually nine issue by It does happen from time to time But it's I would say most businesses don't commit to at because they don't make their products. Oh I'll tell you what I mean now and and it's not it's not made to last it's made to be used and so what does the Warranty. Cova literally like. If the PEN stops working up off fix it or replace it but Inc is up to the personnel hundred percent. Yeah so Show you what this swim. So everyone has like a replaceable cartridge and generally speaking For the first little while I was replacing them If they ran out the first time but now what I do is i. Send a link to Where I would order them from if I was the customer and they can either purchase them from their where they can get them from me so at like this then Can completely come apart and you can replace the ink inside of it and you can do that for all of those. I even make like pencils as well. Yes so actually saw one on instagram. Young the Hadid on Like she was in class with something. A story AS MY FRIEND. Ria and she She's great but This like the right. Just a regular mechanical pencil. Like zero point seven Ivan using them for for years for my own woodworking because the lines have to be so precise and I always try to use every product that I make as well So that I can kind of Judge how long it will last and I've only probably cycled through probably every pen that I use. Except for some of my fountain pens I actually have never written with one of my own fountain pens or in a because I don't know how to write with. What makes them well like? My writing is actually atrocious. To be honest with you What makes them interesting? Is You have to kind of do like flowing motions and I. I'm just not like I am anytime I have made a fountain pants either for a display set. So if I think oh I don't WanNa ruin this and like break it. Then I have to replace the parts and put a new one in or it's for a customer and I don't WanNa ruin it again for the customer and I probably only made twenty five fountain pens by I. I probably have What because I I was sick for a few months. I probably have about three hundred tens in total that are about half finished right now and I'd say fifty of them are found and I remember you have four people working for you. We'll do do. I did yeah so right now. It's just me so so I had somebody who is doing graphic design And things like that and There's like a logo for my business. That's literally my face of it. She she made that We did a touch up on my my logo. That's like the signature We Maple Leaf on the end of that and she kind of touched that up it was A. It's actually a direct trace of my grandfather signature Which was actually written with a fountain pen back in the sixties So it's from the deed of the property that He bought back then and I pretty much grew up on. It's still in the family So she was working on stuff like that and she helped me Do some some video stuff and just a super super talent person I had another friend who did photography and Web design Have my website right down while I figure out I have to like because I'm moving locations. I have to switch all the information so I have to it that so that'll probably be up by the fifteenth again I was hoping to have it up. Jones you start the new please. Yeah exactly but I have to have to wait a week or two But he was. He built tat. And that's beautiful and Some of the like all the professional looking photos of the Pentateuch those I had another person who is doing my social media my accounting and she would do person photography So she was great as well and then I have my brother and his job title was actually first..

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"mackay" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

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05:22 min | 1 year ago

"mackay" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

"Ago that I would be making pens in China. Do it as a living. I would've told you like what are you talking about man like I originally wanted to be a geography history professor. Look Yeah Dots Outta. I know. We'll broadening. Why did you want to be that while in the Ninth Grade My Mom She used to work as a Educational Assistant and she would work with kids that have special needs or some kind of learning disability. Or maybe they just needed somebody to help. Explain their schoolwork whatever. And she's done that since I was probably in the first grade but In ninth grade. I had to do take your kid to work day and I went into my old elementary school and I went into a great five class and I taught them long division in forty five minutes and then I was like. I'm pretty good at this. I like this. This is so my whole high school career was just about Preparing to go be a teacher and then I had a scholarship to go to university in New Brunswick and I was in something called the IB program or International Baccalaureate Which some people call the quote Unquote Smart Kid Program for Nova Scotia? I call it college. Prep that is more difficult in college. That's how I would word it like. I don't find university or college even in comparison as challenging. How long was the program Essentially three years there's like pre IB's which is great ten in Nova Scotia and then grade eleven grade twelve is IBM. And you finish up all your exams in May of great twelve for the most part. So it's a little different and it's an internationally recognized program so say you wanted to get into Harvard or place like that in Europe. You could be like this is my score and it's a total of five and if you have a forty four you can get into Oxford like that's the level and my scores weren't weren't that high But I I did quite well geography and because I was a topic I I always love. Because it's essentially the study of people and how they relate to their surroundings And that's how I look at it and that's a topic that I'm still very passionate about but I do it more on a sales basis these days If you try to sell somebody a pen. It's extremely difficult. So you have to be able to ask the right questions to make them understand the value of your product first off but if I just walk up to somebody and check this out to be like okay. That's a cool looking penn. But they're probably not going to buy it. So you have to understand. What motivates them to purchase. And you have to figure that out within less than fifteen seconds most of the time so say go into a networking event whether it's like something like health actual network but maybe more Chamber Commerce event pretty much every single person. There is a potential customer for me whether or not they're giving a gift to somebody or their Let's say Their Corporation gives out gifts man. They know like so and so's been looking for something like this that we can personalise and it's not a coffee mug or a really cheap pen that was made in assembly line Something more personal. That's something that I provide so I try to make it so I can steer a conversation in a sale sense towards that And it's not even something I consciously do. It's just but I'm naturally wired to salesperson. Yeah I never realized that I was. I got a job at Mark's work warehouse when I was eighteen Right when I was at the NFC. And I had never sold anything before. And I remember like the day by after the twenty seventh of December. Something like that. The store brought in like ninety thousand in revenue or sales and I think I sold like forty five thousand dollars in work boots. Lou is insane. I didn't get commission. Which is it was really. It was really cool and and what I realized at that time was that it was all just about trying to build relationships with people that would walk in all these different trades. People would walk in and they would be talking to all the other different sales people but they wouldn't actually use the product someone's door and say there's a guy comes in and He's a welder and he was looking for a pair boots that has some kind of covering on the top of it. That will make it. So whenever he's welding it won't burn through shoelaces There's only one pair of boots at that time when I was working there. That would do that. And if he didn't see them by them. So you have to be able to walk up to the person and have a conversation so I just learned how to do that and from learning how to do that. I realized that I was I was good at it and over time. I decided I wanted to sell penzone and now here. We are and I I I remember does Any should just shared a story of why you decided to name it off the ground. I would say the biggest reason was. I couldn't come up with the name and I wanted a way make it feel more personal and I was trying to come up with the name. Originally the first name my working name for it was picked. Oh County pens but but the acronym for that's PCP..

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"mackay" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

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10:31 min | 1 year ago

"mackay" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

"One hundred percent percent man and what was interesting With my grandfather was he essentially I've heard a couple of different versions of this part of the story but from what I've been most recently told it was He was off of work from a place in new Glasgow. Maritime Steel where he was manufacturing person and Trained machinist and stuff like that there but He went down to ferry aviation in. Sherbrooke here in Halifax and worked on the engine that was called the Iroquois engine and it was essentially like everything about the Arrow was incredibly innovative. So even the engine that went to Mach Two. And they're testing. The Iroquois engine was supposedly be able to go to mach three or up to mach five and yeah and it was never even like used because by the time it got to where they could actually implemented and give it a shot. Funding was Wisconsin. So my grandfather. Yeah Yeah caught the funding. Yeah so so. That's kind of his story and I kind of learned about that and In high school I learned how to make these wooden pens. A wig shop class and Over the summer of twenty thousand fourteen before I started at the SEC to take business. I had the I pan that I made in my golf bag. I was an Avid Golfer. Growing UP I've still still love to. I haven't even I think but I haven't been golfing and two and a half years because of how much I've been working on on these But essentially like A guy who I randomly booked in with you can just walk onto the golf course as an open spot. I'd like to play with that group and I just did that. And it was two guys from picked. Oh County and Some banker from Toronto and the banker from Toronto had a golf cart but he wanted to drink the whole day so so so he says hey. Hey kid I was like seventeen years. I came in I WANNA drink. Do you WANNA drive my golf cart around. So I don't buy crashed into a tree time. I was GONNA walk like thirty degrees. I get in and we don't have anything to mark score with and take this out of my bag and I shot marking the score and on the first holy offers me like fifty dollars for it and and I was like well driving Merono. Just for the Penn. Oh yeah and I was like manny like snapper sale and by the Eighteenth Hole Yaw for me. I think it was like two hundred dollars. Yeah and I still didn't sell it to him I still have it in new Glasgow but it kind of made me realize like there's probably at least three or five three to five people even Invicta County. That might be interesting. Something like this so I started working on it in September. Two thousand fourteen officially became A business in June two thousand sixteen and about two years after that so June twenty eighteen I moved to a space on Argyle Street. Here and health says you'll actually one of the downtown business what what Led to not move well pretty much. I just couldn't find a place to work from like to be honest with you like I was working out of his shed in new Glasgow pretty well two years that had no heat and no lights so I would have to run a sixty foot extension cord from the front of my mom's house to my backyard. That's how I started. I originally most. That's when I was running my business I was running it from there but when I first started making them I made them in my uncle. Joe's garage way out in the woods and it's kind of where I learned how to make them but Kind of was just traveling back and forth from Saint Mary's on maritime bus every single weekend to try and get to the space and I was spending so much money on the bus. I was like this is ridiculous so tried to find a space and in January through February. Twenty eighth so there's no way I'm taking maritime by this weekend like it's like the weather's bad and stuff so I started looking for a space and I happen to find one That April and I moved in there First Week of June. I'm actually switching to a different space this weekend. Actually today. I'm kind of setting up a smaller space. It's just financially it's just too too much You pretty much looking at like for a thousand square feet and downtown. Halifax I would say is between fifteen hundred to twenty five hundred a month which is insane. Yeah and I found a space that can meet all my needs other than a retail space So you you create the pins in in this space yes okay. Yeah so basically what? I what I've been doing for the last few months from June through December I was making pens in this space and Pretty much just I'd make them in. What used to be a barbershop Turn that into a woodworking studio and then there used to be a massage studio and I turn that into an office retail area and I had Four or five people working for me the summer as well. I'm Kinda really got things going. And then in September through December like the last week in September. I just got Super Super Sick. Like out of nowhere. I think I have mono I'm not having it was Manos like I don't know the correct term but it's like a virus can essentially. You just can't like the you'll get really weak and just extreme fatigue. Oh Man Yeah So. I haven't gotten the blood work Back yet so. I'm waiting to see if that actually was that or if it was something else but it could have been burnt out because I've been working eighty to one hundred hours a week for like five years. So there's no way that's not a factor But just trying to. I just got back on my feet. Probably second last week of December. Like probably a week before So I was pretty much out of commission from the start of October until then so kind of got back into my news like this space on argyle started January kind of had to move stuff out first of Of this week and moving into this smaller space that I happen to downtown. It's not downtown. It's kind of like a somebody's garage actually kind of saw it had on Kaji Geos I came in. I make pens. Can I make pence in your garage so I just started moving stuff in yesterday so I should be? I'm going to be making pens again today so I probably between October through December. I think I made three or four in total and I usually make like twenty five a week. That was going to ask you. Yeah so it kind of just getting back into it Back into it now but I'm going to be trying to transition the brand from just being about pens to being about other stuff as well whether it's woodworking products or other products as a whole but kind of just building a brand that focuses around Kind of what is the mantra of it now And that's the phrase write your own story Kind Cope Me Ella. Nos World Cup and kind of the idea. There is to just provide people an opportunity to to feel like they can be authentic and who they are and be Be themselves as well. Kind of Provide different examples of people that have been doing different things in their lives. So I'm actually going to be Starting a podcast myself within the next month so Kind of the idea. There is to take different people from different industries whether it's business or art or Even like a police officer like I like. I really don't care as long as the person is open to to telling who they are and what they're about and just providing this huge catalog of individuals whether they're from Nova Scotia or they're from Zimbabwe or Australia or somewhere like that Just providing people opportunity to see how many different types of people and how many different ways to live life there is and It's kind of something that like something that I'm passionate about like one because I always have to deal with the fact like hey I make pens. That's not a fun conversation. I'm a hundred. I've had that same conversation ten thousand times and it's like Oh okay you make pens and then if you don't see them thinking this guy's insane yeah yeah no beak or people exactly like like what are you doing. These been around for two hundred years while you're trying to innovate that and it's less about the pen itself but rather what it represents so like some people buy my product because it it has would from Nova Scotia and say they have a family member that lives in Edmonton the send them this piece of Nova Scotia that they can use in their day to day lives and remind them of home and in some cases people just want fancy pen. That looks Nice. But I'd say like seventy percent of my sales are gifts to things like that. So yeah it's Kinda the gist of me. And what I'm about. So and then how rightness story Retro Story I. I didn't come up with it. I know we're GONNA take that. I was a friend of mine BLEEPER NAMES. Azima I met her. I was Gonna ask what she from. She's from India. Originally buy at an event through Saint Mary's in February last year and we were taking like a shuttle over to Casino Nova Scotia and I was just saying okay. I'm trying to come up with a tagline for my pen business and cheap. We'd already talked about my pin business for like four hours. Because it's the only thing I talk about She said well. Why don't you use like write your own story and I was like I'm going to use them and I might not ever credit you but if I ever do just so you know it's like I'm GonNa use it and that's kind of something I've been trying to figure out a way to bring in to the business since then so Yeah I mean I of your literally writing your own story but yeah the thing about pants on. I suck at this. 'cause my writing so the thing about panzers when you actually write them you this emotional touch too. That's why when you write something you can't really forget it exactly. Yeah because you feel the emotion. Yeah I something that I didn't really understand like if you had a toll may seven or eight years ago that I would be making pens in China. Do it as a living. I would've told you like what are you talking about man like I originally wanted to be a geography history professor. Look.

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"mackay" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

Blackout Podcast

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"mackay" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

"Hi Hey how you doing? I'm good thanks for coming in today. We're supposed to do this later. It's doing now and thanks for being flexible and the pants. Yeah we made out Halifax social network. I make pains. I'm thinking movies about common reaction against this guy named Dan. You told me the story flawed. So you WanNa talk a bit about your background. How you got into the pins okay Well my company's name is called ellwood pens. It's named after my grandfather. So he was a master machinist in Picco county where I'm from I kind of worked mostly from the forties through until pretty well the nineties He started working when he was like fourteen And kinda was a self taught Trades person for the majority of his life but Kind of his story was he didn't really know His actual father growing up originally born in the Magdalen islands In just off the coast Quebec And then he moved to Nova Scotia when he was like four or five Didn't know any English and just kind of had to learn and go to school and that kind of thing but as he kinda matured and grew up he developed Alcohol kind of dependency and became an alcoholic at one point in his life and kind of just that's became a huge piece of his personality and as time went on he kind of dropped that habit and was in a for well over twenty five years sober for over twenty five years and the guy that I knew growing up as a kid that whole part of the story where I mentioned where he was like. An alcoholic never really brought up. He passed away when I was Probably Fourteen and I'm twenty two now and Kind of after he passed I learned a bit more about his story and he was involved in in working on a project called the average. Ero what is it was a jet plane. In the nineteen fifties was the first jet plane in the world to go to like mark to. Yeah okay so it was like a movie about it will not go. I love history before they start doing. Vikings is great. He's three was where you watch heat loss. That was what was right and think I heard about a plane. It was this amazing stumbling but they stopped making right..

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"mackay" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"mackay" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

"Over it now. This is really important. On the time management. The telephone yourself is an awesome weapon really from a time management and I'll just give you one example maybe to the entire World Okay. Plays telephone tag with each other. I mean I can't begin to tell you if I kept track of everyone of my salesperson's time calls and all that now they don't because they worked for me but any other sale. You're playing telephone tag all all the time so if I ever call you bill guess what I think and you do not answer or I'm calling the person that has the secretary and I leave it with the secretary. Hi My name is Harvey Mackay Bills expecting my call. Whatever it is I can be reached. Repeat I could be reached between two and four a Five nine CIPPICO's time doesn't matter my time and then you respect their time it it just makes you a differentiator. You're not at the end of the telephone. And then bill when you when I call you this will happen. Hundreds of times and sales people don't understand this Because their time is so precious sales people will call up and they'll just You know the person on the phone right away. I call you bill versus thing that I get your good time. Is this a good time? One on the five in my lifetime. We'll say no I mean and yet they'll talk to you because they want to get rid of your win the not even concentrate is. Did I reach you at a good time? Is this a good time to talk? Or I'll call back just those two little tips all right time management. We already mentioned hiring the people around this. Of course my I get so much down again because my kitchen cabinet but I also that continuous education. Let me jump in. I want to emphasize just how important it is. Because it's not a mechanical way that you're managing time but when you call someone and ask did I catch you to time. It comes from a place of respect for that person's time you're showing them that you value who they are and checking to make sure that they can give you their tension in return for you giving them your attention during the call it really does set it up and it speaks to your whole philosophy so just want to underscore that for the listeners while say Bingo because you're you're spot on. I'm not to say that a very briefly I might not have covered it the way that you just just covered no question about it and with that I add to it. Little things mean a lot. That's not true at all. Little things mean everything. So when you're doing all these little things over true-to-life of a lifetime you have no idea again how dramatically your success probability we'll go up so it's the again I started to say but you don't go to school one's for lifetime in school all of your life and so I'm sending my managers all of the time to school and then come back and report what. They've learned some conventions from back. What did you learn? You know? Reports of the people. So everyone's teaching everybody have speakers come in and lunchtime talk about what's going on personalities and Congressman Businessman so we're we're constantly in school and that gets me productivity because the people are all up to speed and they can't wait. I mean get to work I call it. Tgi HIM MY TGIF. Thank God it's Monday. We know that eighty percent of our people can't wait to get the work until Monday. We know that and yeah we give them. I mentioned that early. We get condescending media until two to back tomorrow all of our people so those are some of the things. That will certainly help my productivity. Well Harvey you've shared so many great ideas with me today on my quest for the best I just WanNa say thank you so much for starting off and telling us what important influence your father was because clearly the lessons you learned from him have stayed with you and put you in such good stead and the effect of that ripples on like a stone dropped in a pond. It's just very very inspiring will make sure that everybody learns to not only benefit from your books but from the people we spoke about everyone from Dell Carnegie to Lou Holtz. What you shared today really does speak to how you said it so well. The little things aren't a lot below things are everything and it's the culmination of all of our actions interactions lessons learned and lives touched. That make the difference so Harvey Mackay New York Times bestselling author of. You haven't hit your Keith yet. I want to thank you once again for joining me on my quest for the best. Well it's been a real honor real trill appreciate your questions. And hopefully our audience received some take home value. Hurry before you go. Where can people find out about what you've been up to online more about your books in your columns and also about the McKay Academy well? I always like to deliver more than I promise so. I would suggest everyone listening very very closely. I've started a new international company. I spoke in front of fifteen thousand people in my baby just six weeks ago when I launched it it's called the Harvey Mackay Academy.

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"mackay" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"mackay" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

"His advice appears in one hundred newspapers and magazines around the country. He lives and works in Minneapolis. We just don't know any sleeps. Welcome Harvey Thank. Neil Patel is very kind. Words up eagerly looking forward to this podcast. Well it's such a pleasure to connect with you. I've certain of her juice. Speak of Rijo books of been a fan and it's great to have you on the show to share your message with our audience way more. You speak now I remember yes. You're the one that I've course you're the one that threw the tomato. Now I remember so harvey when you were growing up. Who's someone who influenced or inspired you? Well there's always the more than one person but I'll say this that if you were to study or ask one hundred five hundred one thousand men and women who have been very successful like Jack Welch course. We just passed away yesterday. Many of our listeners may know there's one word it could never made it without that mentor. Ninety percent of them would say all the studies. I've seen they've had a mentor. Someone that has inspired him. So I've had several Chris. My father was a well three things about my father. He had the Associated Press when he Was started about forty years old for thirty five years and three things about him number one. He was hungry. Fighter number. Two was the hungry fighter number three. It was a hundred and five hundred lost my mother and lived in for five years. My mother died very early age when I just graduated college. So I got all of this street smarts. All of those every single resourceful tip that he ever did. I learn from him but also I want to mention a book if a book can come in there too because other than the Bible. I'd have to say it's probably as far as how many books have been published. Probably right up there with the top five but Dale Carnegie's how to win friends and influence people was also a book that inspired me as much as anything in my life so I submit and challenged every listener out again as soon as this cat is over rated down and that is Dale Carnegie's how to win friends and influence people my three children my eleven grandchildren. They've all read it our sales forces that are key managers of read it and it is truly one of the greatest books ever written and I might also lab and this is key. I called his take home value. Do not read. My Book is going to buy it. Do not read bill. Carnegie's Book You have to study it. Underlying it highlighted hosted notes. Rough it up. And then you'll have your in the real world harvey you have really dug in and extracted so much wisdom and so many business lessons and then share that with others. How did you realize that that was going to be a calling or something that really you find satisfying because I think it's something you genuinely find satisfying as well as you've been very very successful at it. What at what point did you realize that that was something that would be useful to do and that you would be good at all. I think I have to go back to my father again. Bill and that is as follows. He pushed me over the cliff at age. Eighteen to go to toastmasters international and once I got there and I started getting some speech competitions and I knew that I could influence people and I knew that I had constant immediate unfiltered feedback from my group. I guess maybe that's when the transition started Well maybe I can be a leader. Maybe I can be an entrepreneur. I always wanted to be an entrepreneur. Still have trouble spelling the word. That's exactly what I wanted to be but I think it really truly started with toastmasters and again. I've always had suggestions of course book listeners. My family it managers on my successes toastmasters. International you're not spending one SAM you're making an investment in yourself which is so very important if you get up and speak okay. Extemporaneously for five minutes. Trust me better manager without question. You're a better leader. You're better competitor. Everything changes if you get up in Pittsburgh so again. I submit my challenge to our audience. Checkout toastmasters international. It'll be one of the best decisions you ever made whether you're at twenty forty sixty. I don't care what your age is Harvey. You've started run. A business and everyone listening is in a position where they're helping manage run or found businesses when you look back at the crew had and how you run your business because McKay Mitchell has the envelope company has been in business for over fifty years and has grown to be one of the top five envelope companies in the United States. I say that because it started out as just McKay Envelope Company. And then you brought in your partner some years ago but your business has been in operation for fifty years and you've risen to have three hundred employees and you make up to twenty million envelopes a day. That's five billion envelopes a year when you look back what were a couple of the milestones that really changed the trajectory of your business so that it didn't stay a small business with maybe a handful of employees but really grew to this major operator in this industry. Well let me start out by saying I I'm an aphorism junkie. I write in effort. I write my national syndicated column which goes to as you've mentioned one hundred newspapers around the United States. That's approximately ten million readers. We know the business page but Incidentally you're you must have been a math major. I I see you already multiplies out to the five billion envelopes but the biggest room. Let me start out by. Should write this down in their memory in their brain bank. Have it every single day? Never Forget it. The biggest room in the world is room for improvement and so everything will bear my father too. I immediately got a kitchen cabinet at age. Twenty six twenty seven. When I started the company took over a bankrupt company that had eight nine ten eleven employees and of course build it today which were up to four hundred fifty people now million dollar company on very of course very proud of. But you can't do it all by yourself one concept so that kitchen cabinet or five six people. I bounced everything off of them. I mean I was again hungry fighter. I went to night school everything that I needed to improve upon that exactly what I did. I learned immediately again. It's sales makes up for a lot of mistakes. Then probably my number one secret and the definition of the secret. Bill is when one person knows but I I immediately found out that if I had coaches every single thing that I did. I learn from the best example. You can play golf eight days a week to practice eight days a week. They've got a loop in your swing. What are you doing? You're perfecting an error. You've put a ceiling on how good you can become so therefore I have a you know. Misses the last Thirty forty years still have about ten or twelve of them but I have a golf coach and I have a swimming coach. I have a personal trainer. I've a speech coach. I have a voice goes up a foreign language. Goats studied brushing Chinese Japanese and Arabic. Humor coach then idea coach golf coach. Swimming coach might have mentioned before dancing coach. Thanks to my wife. I've got a memory talks out in New York. I've got an Internet coach. I've got a social media coach. Now why do I have all those coaches because whatever my God given talent is whatever my God given potential is? That's a can't do any better. I'll just have a project I'll go out without question fund the best votes United Kim. I then we'll focus and I mean really focused. Okay what I'm GonNa do it accomplish none of it all I got. Just leave it all out on the plainfield and guess what Bill I don't ever worry can't do any better just giving it my guts. An over provable. Ice Time if you do that on everything you want to try to accomplish. Because you're batting average it'll be way up there in other words. I'm all in on everything that I do. All in the first between a hundred percent all in and ninety nine percent is one hundred percent. I do get that. And it's evident with how when you pursue something. You really are curious as to how far you can go whether it's how you know how large you can make your company how effective you can be as a leader. How many people you can reach through your words in writing the columns or in the speeches that you deliver all over the world. This is something. That's truly inspirational about you. In Your Life as you are leading Your Business Harvey. How would you attribute the growth of Your Business in your management team because with good managers? You really can take it anywhere. Well let me come at a different angle. Because this is what I teach my managers and they're a million words Bill English language one. If every listener out there understood this one four letter word because you can become a manager you can't become a CEO you can't become president can become a university person. Can't become a coach. Can't become working at a big company if you've ever reporting relationship unless you understand this four letter word. What is it H. are higher? I studied hiring for over fifty years if you got higher. You don't have a chance in the story. So the minute of I hire a new person my management team. I'm consistently constantly on Sunday number school. I'm giving him some good books to read on hiring. I'm training because you cannot under any circumstances build a business with a revolving door if I'm running into two person lemonade. Stand to hire another person. Guess what that's the biggest decision I'll make all year. You see anyone can buy some shit that takes no talent whatsoever.

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Malaysia's Mahathir loses bid to return as prime minister

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Malaysia's Mahathir loses bid to return as prime minister

"The king of Malaysia has sworn in the country's eighth prime minister the appointment comes after a week of political turmoil triggered by the resignation of my Hussey Muhammad's the ninety four year old incumbent his success at Morgan yes in held the post of interior minister in the previous government's Jonathan head reports the new prime minister Mohit in Yassin who was sworn in as the royal palace in Kuala Lumpur after Malaysia's constitutional monarch announced that he had sufficient support in parliament to form a government but his appointment has been challenged by the veteran leadership my heart him Muhammad who until his resignation earlier this week had led a multi policy and multi ethnic coalition of which Mr mackay dean had been a member Dr Martinez says he not Mister McKay dean has the backing of a majority of MPs and he accused the new prime minister of

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"mackay" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"mackay" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Bestselling books just launched his brand new book. You happen hit your peak yet. We're GONNA have links to that on the show. Notes conscious showed dot com. We were just going over the incredible special offer. We're you're going to get the hundred and fifty thousand dollar product the Harvey Mackay Academy absolutely free. All you have to do to get that as go to Harvey Mackay Mac. Kyi Harvey Mackay Coaching Dot Com forward slash Sign up for thirty minute consultation. You get the benefit of the consultation and you also get the hundred and fifty thousand dollar product the Harvey Mackay Academy now. I want to give a big shot up to all of our friends in the two cities that harbor McCain libs Minneapolis and Phoenix Arizona. Thank you for being listener. Fan of follower and by the way. This is your first time listening. I hope that you'll return. I hope it's giving you great value if you're a long-time listener thank you so much for being part of the conscious millionaire community and now it's time for the twenty four. Hour Challenge Harvey. What's the challenge for everyone listening today? Well I think we learned something of course every single day and without question if you can make a commitment to yourself that you will read a self help business book that'll help you grow your business. Become a quick millionaire. In the first year that increases again the probability you'll be very very successful one self-help book per per month and by the end of the twelve months. Then go back and reread your underlining you will not be sorry and continue that if I could also ab Doesn't hurt to get the Sunday a New York Times and read the news sections which would really cover your basis as like a mini a mini MBA degree all by itself. Every Sunday New York Times. But now it's time for a very special edition just for Harvey Mackay. Because you've accomplished so much..

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"mackay" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"mackay" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Launched a new worldwide program called the Harvey Mackay Academy and what the Harvey Mackay. Kademi is as follows. I formed a roundtable approximately three years ago. I went out and found thirty business people. None of women. Nineteen men love women and I recruited to professionally to roundtable. We had six meetings years two years six minutes per year and we have outstanding speakers today periods come in and advise US counsellor. N- absolutely tell us what the world is going to be about in. The future is a really first cabin leaders. Example Lou Holtz ranked He's my best friend with joined at the HIP but this is Washington Speakers Bureau of stuff we're talking about ranked the number one speaker in the world for the last fifteen years John Maxwell number one in the world on Leadership without question as you well know. Most people are listening. Have heard of John next door. We have the one minute manager in Ken. Blanchard on and on and on and of course I speak to them to so we have twenty two videos that they can watch. Those are the number of programs that I showed them and we waited for. They got all the good business. Everything turns out fine. I delivered in other words. I delivered more than I promise and I always try to do that. Which is a pretty good line. Also them the can you on. Jv We had tell. Southerners fifteen tells seminars and again. What were the subjects sales and marketing and entrepreneurship and negotiations communication hiring and firing and creativity time management business association on and on and on all these different subject. So it's a mini. Mba quite. Frankly now it's a hundred and fifty hours of learning under fifty hours of learning. And here's the most poor thing I can tell you. It's almost all transcribed. You can listen to me. You can listen to John. Maxwell he's listening. Lou Holtz boom forty five minutes our to press the key. Four minutes you'll have the entire speech printed out in the market up. You can roughest you. Consult the people not sell but you can go use it for your customers and everything also when you get this guess what you can give it to your family members and give it to. Your husband lives spouses. It'd be married you give it to your key customers. You can give it to your managers okay. All of them can just flip on all relates to you did a roundtable with thirty people that you mentor two years and they paid a hundred. That's where the hundred and fifty comes from day paid. You hired fifty thousand to be in your roundtable spot on spot on seventy five thousand dollars a year for the thirty of them. Two years hundred fifty thousand dollars. They wanted to wanted me to do it one more year but I get back on the road because I love to be there. I live at thirty five thousand. That's my home up there and When you get the four million miles let me know what you. I want you to try and catch me. I know that you travel eight days a week but I love it. I wouldn't do it if I didn't love it. So this is what's critical now. You know how do how do you get this? All you have to do? Basically is one or two quickies. You have to go. The Harvey Mackay Coaching Harvey Mackay Coaching Dot Com Slash Crumb. If I did that too fast but again go to Harvey Mackay. Mac Small K. A. Y. COACHING DOT com slash chrome. And you fill out the form very brief form and then within the next week or two a consultant will call you on the coaching program. And you have to listen for thirty minutes not to buy one single thing. Just find out about the program. Nothing more and not interested no problem. You automatically everyone that makes that phone call gets that hundred and fifty thousand dollar product. No charge us the rest of your life and I really believe. It's called St Mart- street smarts to but it's almost as effective as a full MBA. And I love the MBA's so folks first of all if you don't have a way to write that down go to conscious millionaire. Show DOT com. Scroll down to the title of today's show out. Sell out manage out. Motivate your competition today shows with Harvey Mackay. I'm going to give you that link again. Harvey Mackay it's Mac. K. A. Y..

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"mackay" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

10:45 min | 1 year ago

"mackay" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Thank you okay we've spent so long talking about the Oscars. We have not talked about John. Peters breaking up a Pamela Anderson over text an important important important important and I hate that the story is like now I hate when a story bleeds on more than two episodes of this podcast so the three biggest revelations number one they were never even married force. They weren't of course they weren't they. Were never married so this nut. All this really doesn't even count. This really doesn't count because they were never legally married. That's somebody gets married. We need to demand the papers not to be that person but I I need to see some legal documentation of this marriage. tapers please but in a good way but not like that just because I'm sick of celebrities not getting fake ass married and then breaking up and being like well they they. You really weren't even married. They just went to the same Taco bell and held hands. It's like that is not getting married. The second thing is that their relationship was supposed to be just lunch. Apparently we found out that we hold relationship was we'll their marriage they were in they were in. She was an Indian. Getting this getting this. Calamity is extremely like it's liquor days long since she got a psychedelic based cleanse so she must have been all Paul Craze. Oh feelings she got back from her cleanse which is like you eat certain things and you do like a very specific kind of meditation and Yoga for thirty days. As and then you it's like you know `isolation and Blah Blah Blah it's like depriving yourself some things and then like doing a lot of other things so she returns to America and then John Peters is like WanNa get lunch and then she's like shirl get lunch and then they're like engaged by the end of lunch and then the final thing to know about this is that he broke up with her over a text message and the texts quote describe their beautiful amazing love fest but read quote. This is according to paychecks. Obviously obviously this whole marriage thing dot has scared me it made me realize that at seventy four eighty two simple quiet life not an international love affair therefore I think the best thing we can do is is that I'm going to go away for a couple of days and maybe you need to go back up to Canada. We did it. The world knows we did it and I think now we need to go our separate ways. I hope you can forgive me. What title that's it's Gibberish? It's exactly the kind of text John Peters Woods. Imagine like seeing those bubbles for as long as it took John Peters to type that out and being like what's going to fifteen minutes it's so comfy because tell me why it's not like they just it's not like they were just reports of them at at some chapel and they got married. The rule both released significant statements to the press. She had a poem. He wrote a kind kind of semi insulting note about her. It just felt like there was pomp and circumstance to this marriage. It wasn't just Britney Spears at Vegas than in for one for twenty four hours. You know that felt like this type of marriage this felt like a thing Vote real- It really did. And I'm that's why I'm so confused at like. Oh it was just supposed to be lunch or oh. They broke up over text message. It's like not by the way that you talked about it in the first place whatever as a kind of I don't care because we're never gonNA talk about them again thank you. We need to move on again. I hate this what you did I hate should I do. Do I know Dina care about the tale of two SIERRAS. Bobby wrote a tale of two Sierras and then put live storm. Sierra Britain faces storm of the century as winds of up to one hundred miles hit. And then see your bundles up her bump in silky mustard coat as she clings to her. Dashing husband Russell Wilson for date night in La. And it's like here comes the storm of the century. She's bundled up her bump in silky mustard yellow coat. It's time for it. We need we need. We need a music. Cue It's it's time for the most marcus awesome. Whatever the most I don't read your records? Scratched and dented enter. Somebody gets the British. It's like fancy British music and then like record scratch and then like what is the dealer. No deal theme song. I don't know and then it's an it's like record. Scratch Meghan trainor being. Like if I'm with you I have one if I gotta make it. I gotTa make them worse Meghan worst noises. Yeah just the worst noises. It's like you always is that are worse than your alarm noise and my alarm noise is WNYC talking about corona virus recently. So I gotta change it up up. This guy was. You WanNa be me too at one been to me. What is the national animal of England Post that nominee one daily mail? Meghan Markle will net appear and Jessica Mulroney's Netflix show about second weddings insists producers and palace After post mix it job. Rumours Post job rumors gone Hollywood. Meghan Harry have double date with J.. Lo Let's radar right yet. Another Daily Mail Queen Asks Prince Harry and Meghan and Markel to pause their new lifestyle to attend annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey and final round. Royal Engagements K That's this this is metro. Probably okay Yeah hair to the throne balding. Prince Harry visits a hair loss clinic for thickening treatments in London's Mayfair into those those of you who say that's not Marcus. That's Harry thing. What's his is hers? And what's hers so this counts as Marghera married okay. He's also markel as by extension stanchion. I read all of a music winner. I think the winner unfortunately has to be Meghan. Markle will not appear on Jessica Moroni's Netflix. Show him a second. Winning producers impels after exit job rumors because that is part of a longer threat of headlines. That were like Meghan. Markle to appear on Netflix. Affleck show and now he's like no she's not and then all of a sudden it's like Meghan Markle to not be our next one was like Bingo. She's not going to go on a Netflix show because her friend host it in Canada about second weddings come on. I know that it's easy to make the joker observation where it's like. Imagine reading this headline line like five years ago and like knowing what it meant but truly imagined reading this five years ago because we would vaguely know who Meghan Markle is maybe megs it would make no sense. There's no there is no brexit yet. Look shows were sort of in their late infancy. They were talking about every piece of context. You're like what okay. Congratulations to that headline good job. I was you had one will be a one to one. What is the national animal of England? I supposed to know. Wait God can I read. Can I read the the the great tweet from a few days ago. I'm sorry I just read it where it's like me me me. Gay Twenty Eight. Oh my God. Have you heard the new pussycat uh doll song. I'm literally GonNa Stop All night at the club. My straight friend twenty nine. Oh yeah I literally just had a baby WanNa meet it or something like that. I'm completely ruining the mean. Cut that no. No no no no no no no you got that right. That was correct. Also have pretty close. Have you heard the new pussycat dolls. Long it's nuts. Let's say if you say good I'm going to reach through the phone. No it's nuts. Great family few close. I hang up the phone. You call me back but don't you miss me real like your and I'm just wondering okay first of all that's extremely Eurovision second of all why is the pussycat dolls. Not just Nicole Scherzinger. Like the other ones aren't doing any right. That actually has been the problem from the start because again does were a dance group that decide to release a song and then nickel shirt Zinger her her most. She was stuck with these women because she became more famous for pussycat dolls than herself right. This is like a group project where it's like my my other people. My group budget aren't doing any of the work. And you all get the ninety five when that happens where you do project can do everything and everyone knew all the ninety five and everyone's like They they don't do anything offense. But Ninety five generally all get like eighty you get like a b plus I would have gotten to ninety five. You're not you do closer singer I know you would have gotten to ninety five. You were saying I got Notre Zinger Coke Kosher Zinger definitely got she. You gotta be for this. I've only heard of it and I'm like give her a B. I'd like turn it up. I'd stop upgrading. The paper halfway through I just like close at eighty five on the front nichols like guys. We have to finish this like Mr Finger like he will not accept a lake. We have to finish this. This is an incredible comment from so-so on Youtube holy collegiate. I was just thinking about how I would be if the pussycat dolls came back when you're walking down the street I was. What are you thinking about like conic it would be if the pussycat dolls else? Came back decorate thing about the dolls and I mean this genuinely is that you can stand them without knowing a single word of their music like I I am thinking about how iconic it would be if they came back and. I don't really ever want us. You pussycat dolls made music that you can remember because it's so bad enough. I know enough of their music. But it's like I can want them them. I could want them to have an iconic comeback without ever wanting to listen to you know what I mean He. I think that's okay. It's okay.

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How '1917' filmmakers made WWI film look like a continuous shot

Nightline

04:21 min | 2 years ago

How '1917' filmmakers made WWI film look like a continuous shot

"A gasp inducing feet of cinematic immersion for director. Sam Mendes Mendes grenades. Movie nineteen seventeen dispatches two British soldiers on a do or die mission across the battle lines and house gates of World War capturing every every step every spine tingling explosion when you walk. She's filming not just watching. Genuinely are experiencing a war film like few in recent memory the second due to attack the line shortly often dawn tomorrow nine hundred seventeen is wage at a time before nations fought with missiles fighter jets. It was unlike any other film I've ever made and and and ever will make probably it's images depicting brutal combat from one hundred years ago as soldiers and their horses came. Face to face with with weaponry are story that you can get lost in can get thrilled by its thrills. Gunfire and perilous adventures made all the more mesmerized because the film appears to consist of a single continuous shot Herculean undertaking conjured up by the mind minded Mendez. What made it the right idea for this movie? It seemed a natural thing to not have any cuts. And that's how I prefer to describe it. A movie with no cuts net rather than one shot movie experiencing every second passing in what is effectively a race against time to aw a century old conflict captured using twenty first century technology cameras carried through muck and debris strategically mounted on techno cranes cream cars and motorcycles. Moving in choreographed chaotic symphony by feel in some way it requires is a different level of emotional investment. You feel okay. Well if I'm here with these guys I'm just GonNa have to live with that and so it seemed to me to put the audience in the shoes of the characters were they. They literally don't know who's telling the truth and what the reality is. What's around the next corner because there's no way of finding out of than going? I got the heart of the film buoyed by solid performances from its to lead roles betrayed not by a-list actors up and comers George Mackay and Dean Charles Chapman Films. You know it's not ah just about the first World War. It's about the human experience what is to be human and I think the context of war is one in which humans are stretched physically and emotionally the absolute limits with such long takes for every shot the cast and crew rehearsed for months before filming. You understand that the focus puller. He's expected to get. Ah every time. The boom operators the cameraman capturing this if his. Timing's out just by a hair. That takes unusable. I think Sam just did a really good job in Mike and Phil let pressure and then a why everybody had pressure even the camera department. The sound caused by out there on Lou. Choreographed down on his weathers waited a carefully. Calculated dance dance but for nine hundred Seventeen Mendez was also drawing on personal history dark tales of the great war as told to him. Once by his grandfather Alfred Menendez it was the and my cousins pestering him thinking we were going to hear stories of heroism and bravery in and you know how he won his medals and it was going to be cool and instead he turned around and and told stories of absolute chaos World War One was supposed to be the war to end all wars golfing dozens of countries and costing millions of lives lives at such a massive scale filmmakers had to construct a world bill to mythic proportions. It built the end over mile of trenches and we filled them with thousands the people and all built around just the actors just these two camera. Operators waded through treacherous terrain. All under the watchful eye of Academy Award winning cinematographer Roger Deakins matching marking his fourth collaboration with Manda every trench had to be measured the exact length every orchard of Reform Foam House. Every town street had to be exactly the right length of the scene because there was no cutting distance jumping

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Airlines suspend China flights over coronavirus

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Airlines suspend China flights over coronavirus

"If they're talking about air flights around the world and how many companies countries rather starting to scale back let's go to our correspondent Jeff mackay out of Washington this is cut J. British Airways said it suspended all direct flights to and from mainland China with no direct flights available to book in January or February Air Canada which planned earlier this week to cancel just a select number of its thirty three flights to China has now suspended all flights to Beijing and Shanghai Germany's Lufthansa suspended its own Swissair an Austrian airlines flights to and from China until February ninth and the White House is considering further restrictions on US airlines flying to and from China in addition to voluntary restrictions some American carriers already have in place China's death toll from the corona viruses now top one hundred and

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"mackay" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

12:17 min | 2 years ago

"mackay" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Thanks. You won't be one hundred percent of your competition you have to show up on time with plan committed to excellence. And then execute route love that Harvey and now folks. It is time for the conscious millionaire expert questions and was always start out with mindset. So I'm curious you build one hundred the million dollar business. You've got seven New York Times bestselling books in your about to have your eighth with your new launch of you haven't hit your peak yet. What's awesome mindset that you've created that helps you discover your best business opportunities harvey well I teach and I now? I don't yell but I do teach okay every day that we have a sales meeting every day we have a meeting all of the time one of my keywords. My philosophies as for life is be a good or be a great listener. If you're doing all the talking he can't learn anything so you you have to go through life and be a great listener and ask terrific questions and don't be shaking. Someone's because at a party and then you look in the next person in down because you think you're a networker you know and you're GonNa meet the next person. Allow me to tell you a story. I think which drives it home. I have a wife. She's wonderful Oh fifty nine years of marriage. Congratulations thank you thank you very much. And she loves people so recently recently. she's in California Los Angeles or not whether she jumps in taxi cab. She always talks to everybody. She loves people and so she asked taxi. Cab driver where you're from. And he says Pakistan and she just goes crazy and Pakistan my husband and I you know we just got back I is it. That's the that's terrific story. She told me at the end of the day and then she went on to say one question. What brought you and your family family to Los Angeles? The drive was a plot. Approximately forty five fifty minutes. She did not say one single word food. She just listened to his entire story she arrives. Destination door opens. She gives him a nice gratuity. He says to her and listen all he says the her ma'am. You're the nicest person I've ever met in my whole life. Life never said a word never said a word if that doesn't drive home listening. I don't know what does well on what I'm also hearing there. A Harvey is that she listened and he felt appreciated all did he ever shirt. And it's not your Iq. It's your Iraq- that's what that goes beyond issue. Let's move into strategy. What's the strategy strategy? You could impart to all of our entrepreneur listeners. would help them become more profitable. I would say a dose of Vitamin C.. Every day equals creativity. I wish I would have said. I didn't your mind's a wonderful Oregon. It starts working the moment you get up in the morning but doesn't stop until you get to the office and that's Robert Robert Frost and yet to know every study known to mankind. I mean not none no nothing. Correlation correlation between I Q and Creativity. Every person out there again can become more creative than you ever dreamed of the four and I could go. I think this program up and tell you creative stories so you have to hang out with creative. People read rated books and that bringing out to the party. You know is what People WanNa hear built your business. What is it A terms of how you approach which creativity Harvey. How do you tap into your creativity? Well that's a that's a wonderful question again. I just have to repeat. I taught art myself to be creative. I was never creative. But how did I do it. I went around with advertising people. I went around with people that were just excited. Won The learn and above the world. Curious always asking questions. I wanted to be around just anybody. That knows how to think outside of the box. That's a differentiator. And then all of a sudden you know that spreads that touches I want to be a marathoner. What do I do you know which I am? I go wrong with Merrill Hunters and works. I love that you know at conscious millionaire. We have a formula for creating wealth in its conscious focused action. But it's not just financial wealth any kind of wealth that you can create with that so one of the ways. We create wealthiest by contributing. What's something you do on a regular basis to make a bigger contribution harvey Shirley for the past seventeen years? I have been heavily involved. I go deep with the Salvation Army who of course is all Over the world of volunteerism again. There's no substitute for I've been on twenty boards Kind of Braggadocio. But I'm very proud that I've l.. Praise a hundred million dollars in Minneapolis and Saint Paul but just a sidebar one year salvation army collected two million dollars in pennies worldwide. saw little things mean a lot. That is not true. Little things mean everything well harvey you know your brand new book. You haven't hit your peak yet. What's a book you'd recommend well again? It's a secret and yet almost every person that's been in the business world that wants to be successful. I don't think you can live without it and it's a course Dale Carnegie's how to win friends and influence people. Maybe outside of the Bible of that's one of the most printed books at entire world over a long period. Take Time Sixty seventy years now. A little advice defy Kim. Alright I've read you know Dale Carnegie but and Listen Up. I've read it fifty times and I still have it and I still have my underlines so I say that every person out there goes and buys that book and it's everywhere in the entire world you cannot read that book when you get it. Please don't read it. Studying underlying highlighted US posted notes roughing up. That's what you do with a self help book you forget fifty percent of what you hear here in four hours so therefore what do you want to do. Take that book. I still have mine fact. It's somewhere here on my desk. Believe it or not all all these years later over half century another little secret. Incidentally is that This is interesting Their New York Times you know. Once again they came up with the fifteen best in the last hundred years Inspirational business books proud again. You mentioned it That I've got two of them but I know Dale Carnegie's how to how to stop worrying and start living I've read that one Poverty and five or ten years. That's one of the greatest books ever ought to buy. Dell Kennedy Hollis. Stop worrying and start living. What's the next stomach? You WanNa climb and what might be challenge or obstacle. You need to overcome overcome to get there. Well I think you always need constant immediate unfiltered feedback from your customers from from your listeners from your readers and so anything that I can do all right any tool that I can use to to get feedback all of the time. We're ended out questionnaires all the time. We WanNa know how people feel instantly and again. We don't look at them. We study them and we read them. And that's wonderful way. How you improve is your legacy that you wanNA leave yes I would say just thought because that's the biggest question probably that I'll ever answer from you. I would say that my father taught me. Hi I'm Harvey Minute. I made a person as long as I live. He taught me this age. Eighteen all all right when I lost my mother and I'm living with him six solid years one on one. He's a journalist and one of the best head of the Associated Press Browse Minneapolis. Saint Paul for thirty five years and so he taught me put that and out. Hi I'm Harvey Hi I'm JV V again right to my Grand Bank. What can I do for you what can I do for? JV How can I add value to his his life or her life. Whoever the person is man or woman but now and a lot of people I would say three four five percent of the people in the world world I happen to live their lives that way but now only one percent of the world lives with point number three as a legacy expect nothing in return? How many times you do something for somebody? And then they're back on the phone three six nine months later and you know. Oh you didn't favor subtle and can you do this. Can you do that. Can you give my kid a job. Whatever expect nothing in return so I would challenge Every listener again and viewer out. There triumphed just try it for three six months and see how your life will change. And that's what I've been doing ever since I was eighteen years age. What's the best way for people to get in touch with you or learn more about you? Harvey well that would be Harvey at K.. Dot Com and of. Course that's where I really get. My feedback is from those persons hundred hundred cities Other than his papers and they make you and I'm glad they do. They make you put how they can get in touch with you and guess. That's what I read him now. I can't read them. All fifty sixty seventy thousand pieces of mail and so my staff eliminates most of anti read five thousand a a year and again. I'm learning something all of the time which is so very important so Harvey Mackay and that's one word. Mac a small K. A. Y. R. Via McKay dot com. And I encourage it. And so we'll have that on the show notes again at conscious. Tis millionare's show dot com. What's a 'cause you'd like to give a shout out to harvey? Well the best best nonprofit that I have is is united way which is all over the world. Also it's been on the board of trustees but in addition to that that's the Salvation Army so the United Way and the Salvation Army. We'll have those on the show notes conscious millionaire show dot com. I WANNA thank you for joining us today. If this was meaningful to you if it was valuable to I would I truly appreciate you sharing it with another entrepreneur because we're on a mission to make a big impact with entrepreneurs who build highly profitable businesses that make a positive impact harvey. Thank you so much for being are featured guest today. Well I can't thank you enough. This was very very learning Burton's. This is an important question for entrepreneurs. Hello this is J. V. Chrome the third founder of conscious. Millionaire is twenty twenty the year you want to get on the fast track to making your first million. I made my first million at age twenty five and now I WANNA help ten..

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"mackay" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"mackay" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Harvey Mackay WanNa let you know that he is just launching is brand new book. You haven't hit your peak. We'll have a link to that on the show notes at conscious millionaire's show. I WANNA give a big shoutout. Harvey lives in Minneapolis and Phoenix. I want to thank all of our listeners. Are Fans are friends and those two wonderful cities and you know folks. It is time for the twenty four hour challenge Harvey. What's the challenge? You have for everyone listening listening today. Well I briefly mentioned toastmasters International. They can truly without question. Change Your Life all all kinds of people and Authors and Advisors and counselors will give you all kinds okay of advice which is great advice. What will change your life? But the quickest thinkest and the fastest is just to enroll until masters international every city. I mean they're not they're one hundred and fifty countries. They've been around seventy five hundred years. All you have to do is just look them up. toastmasters international in your city. You'll have ten fifteen twenty twenty five choices you you just go to one meeting. That's all check it out. Check out another one. You know very close to your home and you make the decision and you're in and what does that mean and that means every week. Okay you have to get up on your feet just one meeting a week that the get up on your feet and you have to speak and then you've got your own jury you've so you got your own friends. You got people that decide. Are you an eight nine. Four two if you start on one to ten. If you're two or three or four I guarantee until I guarantee every listener. Viewer out there. You will go to a nine or ten very very simple just show show up and I might add you WanNa show you know WanNa be eighty percent of your competition You have to show up eighty five percent of your competition if the show up.

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No. 17 Maryland scores final 7 points to win at Indiana

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

No. 17 Maryland scores final 7 points to win at Indiana

"Seventy three Maryland scored the final seven points of the game to beat unranked Indiana seventy seven to seventy six Jaylen CPAS lay up with fourteen seconds to go was the difference the Hoosiers had one last chance but Mr shot at the buzzer smis twenty nine points was a career high he says the Terrapins always felt they could come back on Indiana this is so that you know some in this fight we never back down from a challenge even it would now without always how to bow back in to that last second off the clock after losing their first three big ten road games the Terrapins have won two straight away from home and improve to sixteen if for Yvonne to green let fifteen and five Indiana with sixteen points Tom mackay Bloomington Indiana

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U.S. Working to Evacuate American Citizens From Epidemic-Stricken Chinese City

Kim Komando

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. Working to Evacuate American Citizens From Epidemic-Stricken Chinese City

"The U. S. consulate in Wuhan China as chartered a plane to get its staff and some American cities are citizens out of the city the center of the corona virus outbreak correspondent Jeff mackay reports the evacuation is happening at the same time is China's quarantine zone is growing substantially United States has a plan to evacuate about three dozen diplomats and their families from the U. S. consulate in when China along with some other Americans which is now expected to happen on Tuesday the consulate is closed the diplomats are under ordered departure the flight will go to San Francisco with medical personnel on board and they'll only be a limited number of seats available on the plane so some Americans at greater risk to the corona virus will be given priority over sixty million people are on lockdown and fourteen Chinese cities in an effort to slow down the spread of the

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US declines UK request to extradite American

John Batchelor

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

US declines UK request to extradite American

"The United States declined the United kingdom's request to extradite American citizen and is the coolest the wife of an American diplomat correspondent Jeff mackay reports she was charged with causing the death of a British teenager last August a state department spokesperson cited Anissa cool with his diplomatic status at the time of the accident and said in a statement that revoking the diplomatic immunity what set and extraordinarily troubling precedent

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Volcano erupts near Manila, spewing smoke and ash miles into the sky

Jim Bohannon

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Volcano erupts near Manila, spewing smoke and ash miles into the sky

"Who's going to Jeff mackay reports a red hot lava is gushing out of the Philippine volcano after a certain direction of ashen steam the force villagers to flee the taal volcano is located less than forty miles from Manila when the volcano erupted authorities ordered evacuations for three nearby towns as a generated ash plumes six to nine miles into the air because of that Manila International Airport suspended arrivals and departures and experts warned another hazardous explosive eruption is

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Online Sales Make Up a Larger Portion of Overall Holiday Shopping Once Again

Doug Stephan

00:11 sec | 2 years ago

Online Sales Make Up a Larger Portion of Overall Holiday Shopping Once Again

"Mackay more people did their shopping online this year in one of the shortest holiday shopping seasons in years and that pushed overall sales higher online sales this

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American Service Member Is Killed in Afghanistan

America in the Morning

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

American Service Member Is Killed in Afghanistan

"An American service members been killed in action in Afghanistan today correspondent Jeff mackay reports the Taliban claims responsibility the Taliban said their fighters killed a US service member and Afghanistan on Monday they posted photographs of a blood so backpack in the identity card of an American soldier to prove it the U. S. military did acknowledge an American service member was killed in action but gave no details a spokesman for the Taliban said they did kill a member of the American military in a blast of the northern province of conduce the Taliban now control more territory in Afghanistan since they were ousted from power in two thousand one Jeff mackay

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"mackay" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mackay" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"In the dark Jeff mackay reports a heatwave that is baked the Big Apple is now put a large number of kind of power customers in three of the five New York City boroughs in the dark the utility company said in a statement that due to a strain on the power grid power has been cut to a large part of Brooklyn queens along with Staten Island in New York City mostly in the Canarsie mill basin and Bergen beach sections of Brooklyn in an effort to prevent a wider outage there's no timetable as to when the power in those parts of New York City will be restored I'm Jeff mackay importer Rico Rikon Rosales says he won't run for governor again meanwhile he still refusing to step down crowds of been demanding his immediate resignation after the center for investigative journalism publish nearly nine hundred pages of league chats in which the governor and top officials exchanged profanity laced messages about politicians journalists and celebrities one customer got health officials there say they've confirmed at least nineteen deaths from consumption of alcohol tainted with methanol the Michael sells more the Costa Rican ministry says the investigation continues but so far it has counted fourteen men and five women who have died after drinking adulterated liquor since early June the victims range from thirty two to seventy two years of age government officials have seized around thirty thousand bottles from brands suspected of containing methanol liquor sellers sometimes dilute products with toxic methanol to increase profit margins or race alcohol content I'm bill Mike at Israel overnight work crews began demolishing dozens of Palestinian homes in East Jerusalem neighborhood demolitions kapple years long legal battle over the buildings which struggle the city in the occupied west bank.

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