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Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Death Sentence Overturned By Federal Appeals Court

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 3 d ago

Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Death Sentence Overturned By Federal Appeals Court

"A federal appeals court has overturned. Boston Marathon bomber Joe Car to Sonya Death penalty sentence Jeff Mackay tells us what the judge's decision means. The 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 convicted. Of the federal appeals court says the judge who oversaw the case didn't adequately screen jurors for potential bias is it ordered a new penalty phase trial and whether the 27 year old should be executed. Turn. EV was 19 years old when he did. His brother, Caroline, who was 26 at the time, went to Boston's Boylston Street on April 15 2013 to carry out their plot. His brother died in an explosive firefight with police and nearby Watertown. Joe Carter, Nev. Was arrested a day later.

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Appeals court overturns death penalty for Boston Marathon bomber

KYW 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 3 d ago

Appeals court overturns death penalty for Boston Marathon bomber

"A federal appeals court has overturned. Boston Marathon bomber Joe Carson EVs death penalty sentence. Jeff Mackay tells us what the judge is. The judge's decision means the 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 convicted of. The federal appeals court says the judge who oversaw the case didn't adequately screen jurors for potential biases. It ordered a new penalty phase trial on whether the now 27 year old should be executed.

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

Ben Shapiro

00:28 sec | 4 d 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 | Last month

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 | Last month

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 | Last month

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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"mackay" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

Blackout Podcast

11:43 min | 3 months 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 Conversations

Conversations

03:40 min | 4 months ago

"mackay" Discussed on Conversations

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"mackay" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

07:15 min | 4 months ago

"mackay" Discussed on Conversations

"Humanity and when we look most deeply inside the house sales we realized that the most significant thing about us is not that you will say the most significant thing about us is that we're both human and we share the qualities of being human with every other person on the planet and walk there's a reminder than a pandemic and any moment that we're feeling afraid or uncertain we can rest assure that there's a couple of billion other people probably feeling exactly the same thing And uncertainty of course part of the deal and we've seen in the early stages all around the world including tried everything we've seen in the early stages of the pandemic signs of how humans react when the afraid and anxious they often resort to blind panic they behave would say if you're looking at rationally. They behave absurdly. You talking toilet. Roll Supermac O'Donnell's in Spain and Italy and Britain America and Australia. We've seen that footage from around the world. That's really weird thing to do but we do. We do things when we're gripped by panic and we'd ripped by panic when we feel afraid of something that seems beyond control on the full night's US anxious as time goes by instead of bring out the worst in us to sort of experience tends to bring out the best in us the panic subsides. We realize that there's nothing immediately to be afraid of them. And we have to be vigilant. We have to look. We have to be wary and careful and maintain physical distance while the people approach. Everyone as you say. So we're really ensuring absolutely minimal community transmission so the FIA begins to subside and more we focus on other people's will the more we think about and actually there's a rather frail elderly person at the end of my street and I wonder how she's getting on a much sticky note under the front door with my phone numbers if she wants to give me a ring even just for a bit of reassurance so maybe I could pick some linens from Korean put them on the doorstep in other words once we stopped thinking they're actually people out there enlists situations than we are some of them of course have people who've been experiencing social isolation for years and we haven't fully recognized the situation they'd be in all the potential health problems they've been suffering because we noticed social isolation is really unhealthy. Foods it's associated with anxiety and depression and hypertension negative effect on the immune system cognitive decline. All of these things are associated with long social isolation so anyone who we know who has already being socially isolated for a long time. Maybe we're now going to be a bit more sympathetic. Maybe we now go to realize this tiny little temporary taste of social isolation that we're having reminds us that there are people. The frail elderly refugees. The homeless people with disabilities people who cognitively impaired people who for various single parents? There are also people who have felt socially isolated sometimes for very long time This is the moment to realize that what we're experiencing is as nothing compared with that. But it's also I think important to recognize that if we start focusing on people in our immediate neighbourhood who our great obvious go social isolation feeling like loneliness and then of course. He's primarily people living alone and especially if they're living aligned and old or disabled to have something about factor involved. If we start focusing on what can we do for those people? Miraculously we will discover an anxiety. Level's dropping in your last book. We spoke about a few years ago. You paid a lot of attention to the kind of neighborhood rituals that spring up to help overcome those kind of experiences of social isolation this tricky now. Of course when we are as you say meant to be being vigilant about physical distance but what sort of ways have you seen? People try to maintain physical distance while being socially close. It's very unfortunate. Isn't got the official term. That's been adopted around. The world is social distancing because that kind of sounds worse than it needs to be it sounds as though we are going to be put in solitary confinement. Well it's physical distancing as you say but the fact that we have to remain physically distant from each other high times need for social connection and for finding ways of making social contact while respecting the need for physical distance. So if you are having a little walk and waving and smiling and stopping a couple of meters away from your neighbor's fence so I'm having a having a conversation years for the slightly raised voice. That's lovely pretty unknown in people's letterbox. Picking a bunch of flowers and leaving it on on someone's doorstep never passing anyone Overseeing anyone without acknowledging them smiling possible just exchanging some sort of gratings people know that being acknowledged and that they are included in our salutes. The most obvious way we can do to pop from those immediate neighborhood. Things is viral astonishing technology that we have at our disposal to people didn't have in the Spanish flu. All the Great Depression will to we can keep in touch with each other even with neighbors that we're not allowed to come close to the things lives facetime and even just texts emails and of course most particularly fund calls. We do need to be a bit more attentive to making the cool people who are working from home. I think this is an interesting dimension. The neighborhood we're talking about but the other kinds of neighborhood most of inhabitants the workplace and when people think about how is it different when I'm working from high we'll of course. There are a lot of differences but a major one is. There's no there's not a corridor conversation. There's something into someone in the washroom and saying is your mother in Law's still driving enough so what you're doing now. He can't play soccer. Yeah to stop trump nothing to do with work. But he's actually the kind of contact that oils the machinery society in general and workplaces in particular. So if you're working from I think it's important still to pick up the fine occasionally to a colleague not to some important work matter particularly to say. I was just thinking about what we said yesterday. What we said last week before we let the on How's that working out or wash better yet? It just something. That's entirely personal. And in the context of the work itself inconsequential black hole to a human life into the maintenance all a human environment which is where we live and rare. We'd look podcast and broadcast..

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"mackay" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

08:52 min | 4 months ago

"mackay" Discussed on Conversations

"And we don't know how long this might go on. I think that would be a very disquieting. Salat for a lot of people the idea that we could do this for a week or two or not and think of it. As a curious rather quickie kind of holiday that can be quite amusing and quite appealing and we can make some fun out to vote but the thought that thing on for another month and another month perhaps a Mama I think for many people. That is quite a scary prospect and you are in a good position as you say of having a mortgage to pay or having to try to deal with a business. That's been closed down but the fact that you are in your eighties hugh of course puts you in the big high risk group in terms of people threatened by the disease itself. Does that play on your mind. Play on my mind but it does. Make me hyper vigilant my wife. Because of an illness she has is on immunosuppressants. Says she's in even higher risk category than I am so for myself but also on behalf of her. I just have to be extremely alert and I am. I'm not having personal contact with anyone and yes. I'm very conscious of the fact that if I wasn't even wiping down the voice or he's reading the deliver them wearing gloves run. I handled the box and stuff that seems extreme and yet I realize that is precisely the precautions. You have to take if you're in. The high risk category is the fact that you have been around for eight decades or seven decades in a bid. Have you lived through other periods in history? Hugh that feel in any way comparable to what's going on now. I haven't model. I mean I was. I was a child during World War. Two and of course many privations and deprivations but as a child I wasn't aware of a tool. It was quite good fun with rationing and my mother. Giving me the coupons that I have to give to the bookstore if I was collecting out meet none of that stuff was anything except what seemed like normal life and I you know. I got a second hand. Tricycle that someone had painted up for Christmas one year. Well that was terrific tricycle. I mean the fact that we had a circular economy. Then you know the fact that people were recycling old toys and so on and giving them as new toys to a fresh batch of kids. None of that stuff really had any impact on. Tokyo's just what life was like but I do recognize that full people older than I am people who lived through the Great Depression for example that did not involve social isolation. We have to go back to the Spanish flu and there are still some people around. Who are here for the Spanish flu and of course there are many families who have Spanish flu two stories but we have to go back to a period win Society was really put on hold and we were expected to stay home and saw there was none of that during World War. Two all during the Great Depression. But I think the populist Spanish I think the most comparable period probably in terms of reshaping attitudes to life at values now priorities was the Great Depression. People who as adults in the middle years lived through the Great Depression and I interviewed many of them. During the course of my hands on Research Korea. They said without exception that it was the making of them that really did cause them to realize that the neighborhood was a place of mutual dependency. That we really did have to share. We really did have to profligacy We really did have to save bits of string of all those cliche things about the depression. So they said how values what forged in the depression and I think we are now looking at a generation of people who will probably look back and say how values with forged by an extraordinary period in history not just code nine but the looming multiplying effects of climate change which are changing the way we live where adapting but right now the one we're in the cycle of course. Toronto virus pandemic people will look back on that him. Say actually that time when we had to stay at home it was tough in a lot of ways but we did a lot of thinking and we did realized that our neighbors really. Manta to us and how families really matter than we did realize how much we need to keep in touch with our friends. We did realize how precious our colleagues would work even though sometimes we couldn't stand them. We missed when we couldn't see them and we thought do I have to run. So how do I have to be so busy? Do I have to take trips? And spread boggs all over the world and now I don't have to do all things I think there's going to be some quite radical rethinking about our way of life so this way that you describe that as a looking back that might be an important thing to recognize. I think when you hear people talking about the depression as being this period in their lives that formed their values or even people who lived through the blitz in London and so it was the happiest time of their life. But I wonder if it's able to be seen in the looking back at the moment. It's no doubt overwhelming and terrifying. But I think the way memory and resilience works is that it's in reflection. We can identify qualities that emerge at those times rather than perhaps noticing them as it's happening. I think that's right. I think it's a good perspective to have. We know we're going to get through this. We know that some Australians will die from a exposure to the virus and some. We'll get very sick. And most who are infected ruby only mildly ill and most of us won't be infected probably particularly now with being so serious about staying home So we know we're going to get through it but it does involve all of these adjustments in. It is difficult and predictions of increases in domestic violence and relationship breakdown and even suicide. I'm sure those predictions are likely to the accurate because there is a lot of fear. There is a lot of anxiety. There is a lot of tension in the community about all of this. Exactly as you've just suggested that if we protect ourselves forward and think about looking back at this time I'm having gone through as we will. I think many of us will say well. Actually that was quite good for us. It's a sort of thing people say when I've suffered a major trauma in their lives like threatening illness all perhaps a relationship breakdown or a redundancy. He'll some of the troll of an individual personal kind. They often look back and say well. It was terrible. When I was gone trip was actually the making of that caused me to rethink my priorities. To think again. About what sort of life I wanted to leave and even people sometimes go down to the death of the level of saying how could I change my life so I was actually contributing hat? Could I help to make the world a better place? You know that sounds like a very grandiose question. It's the sort of question that comes to us. If we're lying in hospital seriously ill all if we're in a prolonged period of having to stay at home and put the rest of our life on hold and it's actually a very unifying thing because unlike individual relationship break up or individual illness. It's something the whole world is going through in in various degrees such a beautiful point and a dimension we need to add to this because if you look at it in terms of biology and epidemiology and then hand been a perfect example of how humans interconnected and interdependent the college folklore is about a five flaps its wings in the Amazon and then there's a turbulent stole in Europe in other words the entire system is linked into connected and humans a pandemic. It's not the kind of demonstration we would like but most of the demonstrations of this that really strikes us tend to have a negative aspect they tend to be catastrophes crises of various times so this is a reminder of something that's always been true and we so easily forget in a society that has become as rampantly individualistic house has become that in fact we are one. We're all part of the same deal I wear all interconnected on the planet not just with other humans but with other forms of life on the planet the planet itself in this is Al Planet so stringent and we need to look after testing tens of the human connection that you mentioned yes. We saved the glibly. Well we're all in this thing together. Good idea to pull us and say that again. More slowly we all in this thing together because we are all welcome we have a common.

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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 | 4 months 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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Malaysia's Mahathir loses bid to return as prime minister

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 5 months 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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Boston City Council weighs adjusting parking ticket fines based on income

Sports To The Max with Mike Max

01:28 min | 5 months ago

Boston City Council weighs adjusting parking ticket fines based on income

"We we are discussing this yesterday when Mr here again was an and apparently it's now it's saying a lot of locations about what ticket should be Boston city council discussing new legislation will include a hearing order for potential income adjusted fines on parking violations I guess this is going on in a lot of the places across the world do we thank fines for parking for speeding whatever might be for those type of violations should be based on your W. two so if Adam Carter gets pulled over and Harvey mackay gets pulled over about the same pot the same yep you yours was swimming with the walleyes ten quite work out as well S. with with the sharks should we base it on a paycheck it obviously matters a lot more to insure my friend Harvey more than my friend Adam I find that would be it seems to me that be difficult to do yeah we're supposed to do ahead like your income on your license then I make I make I I get it I'll I I get the concept in but I did it I don't think it's

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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 | 5 months 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 | 5 months 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

08:11 min | 6 months ago

"mackay" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Do Rita. What was was she wearing? Where was she seen? She posted. Why she's the WHO Clean Ten k Eh What's Rita Ora up to. Who is this woman? I did not see this until you pay it it in. Oh my God good for her good for her Rena tweet read the tweet. Oh my God it's a. It's a it's a throwback Thursday but it's also it's a TV tea or a flashback but but it's also self promo pro performing my songs with four photos. Three photos of her at last year's Oscars or five years ago Oscars whenever she did great. Which is the Diane Warren Song? And then a final two thousand fifteen Oscar said that photo of her from much later holding a bottle of Prospero Tequila and it says performing my son grateful at the Oscars. There's the year it was nominated will remain highlight of my career. Good luck and congratulations to all the nominees tonight. I hope you enjoy my Hashtag Prospero Tequila. That's inside the nominee gift bags. The I'm sorry but Diane Warren's grateful Sung by Rita Ora makes The Chrissy mets. Diane Warren Song looked like even more trash than it already is seriously like grateful is actually a pretty good song critical Herod compared to that when we didn't even know we had until we've had to listen to him because he met sing. Whatever rise up whatever it was like stand up there are two songs but standing there to songs about standing that? Stand up and down. No this this was from the two thousand fourteen or fifteen Oscars come out. The Gift Bag had two hundred twenty five thousand dollars worth of stuff in it. I mean like a lot about right. No it's not actually the value of the stuff inside it's literally maybe three grand of Shit like mostly watches in and Sunglasses they want you to wear mode it but it's the a cruise. Yeah it's the vouchers vouchers. Celebrities will never use. Maybe we'll give to their family members or friends dying. I like that's I please he is. I would love to be nominated for an Oscar. Just I get the bag. I just went that Sanni. Do you get some just the main people not even everyone just the nominees. Just like Brad Pitt. Who doesn't give a shit or wanted? The nominees though the nominee nomination is it all nominees. It's Oscar nominee will. I think they only give out like ten bags ex. But it's for the Oscar nominees but I think I don't think that they give out that many bags. I was watching some video about the guy and the stupid thing is that it's again celebrities getting free stuff but all they want is to. Have you wear it or use it or promoted or be photographed and only give it to best actor. Best actress supporting actress. Supporting actress. Actress and best director. Will I gotta get a nomination for best supporting actor I gotta go to. What's the most likely one for you to get it to the gotTa go to acting the school now? I gotta supporting actor nomination in something. So it's going to be supporting actors what you're going to get nomination. Yeah Okay Cool. Yeah that's what I'll get a nomination for and then I can get what. What did they get this year? Wait look at this. They got they got seventy eight thousand dollars twelve day yacht. Cruise Twenty twenty thousand dollars a facial rejuvenation treatments twenty thousand dollars and matchmaking services which is so funny and then there's another further almost eighty items. This is quoting from what Hollywood reporter including clothing gadgets a twenty four karat gold plated. VAPE vape pen okay. And there's a book that empowers young girls and a cleanser that supports parts showers for the homeless. Come on. It's these thin the money to the homeless. They're trying to get in the hands of the famous person to use them and then the brand Iran can be like they used it. It's the most I bet the brand's not only give the free shit but they pay for the placement in the bag courses. I do read or as Prospero Tequila paid to be in that bag. It's not because they were like. We Love Rita Ora. We love this Tequila or putting it in the bag. You know. It's it's a whole system of promotion here now. We're talking about Back to Rita I love so we talked about the homeland on last on Mondays. Episode Tuesday's uses episode. But and we were like Oh we have to stop because we have to save it for Rita thank God because but the headline is how we do bay now fans can go to bed with Rita Ora. Imagine how much you have to know to not to get that headline this story as well and it says Rita Ora is taking Kylie Minogue between the sheets so they turned into a fake. The rivalry between Rita auras home line and Kylie Minogue. Home Line for no reason for no reason for no reason and it says I missed this quote and twenty nine year old Rita insists insist she can be even softer than fabrics despite a hard nosed business ambition. She said quote if I let people see the softer side of me. I wouldn't have to be so focused nor so determined. I just never wanted to chance success. I am or up to this point. have been an obsessive workaholic. And I wear that label proudly wow I oh and then there's also says as I have a hectic schedule I love being able to relax beautiful betting this collection encapsulates luxury style and comfort interior. A passion of mine she says. What isn't no-fence read up? But what isn't Rita has a lot of passions She turned up the heat and a sheer ripped readdress. Oh this is from what this quiz inquisitor they describe every photo so it says she turns up the heat and Ashir read ripped dress and it says she turned up the heat in her late integral snaps where she was photographed wearing a fiery number. The I will never let you down. songstress without in a long sleeved readdress that was ripped all over the sheer item of clothing displayed her underwear under nipple so it says in a series of picks within one post host she posed in two different locations and then they describe all photos in the first shot. She was captured in front of a shelf full of books. The singer raise both hands up and looked looked over to the next slide. The how we do party chart topper stretch your arms crossed them over and rest of them on the wooden surface in different college. When it's like this has to beat eight hundred words like Here we go in the third or oppose while sitting down on the sofa with more books behind her in a fairly up-close image. She winked at the camera opened her mouth and raised her tongue in the fourth and final photo. She was pictured from head to toe she curls world her legs up on the Sofa and flashed a smile with her mouth wide open or I had on the laptop in front of her and looked really happy. It's so so good. And then they describe the caption for her caption or told fans that she has more live dates for her South American tour below. She credited makeup artist. Kathy Young hairstylists Sammy Knight and photographer Blair Brown in the span of one hour. Which means that they are on it? Her post racked up one hundred and eighty thousand likes and over one thousand awesome three hundred comments proving to be an instant hit with her sixteen million followers. Flawless always come lovely. Do not read these. Oh Jesus pretty ready for my is at third fan remarked adding a flame emoji. Okay we the true definition of a lady in red a fourth Myra commented I need to be turned off. Turn me off in my head hurts. Make you're listening to WHO weekly watching Katy keene of the CW Thank you for supporting us on Patreon.com. Sasha weekly follow us on its script twitter and facebook facebook rate reviews on apple podcasts. Are we got some good ones last week there just so sweet In call six nine who them for questions comments concerns. We might I play them on a future episode of. WHO's there which Friday call in show until Friday? Have Great Week by you in today's episode of who weekly is brought to you by the w watch new episodes of Katy keene on Thursdays at eight seven central or stream. Free the next day on the C._W. APP..

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First American dies of coronavirus in China

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:41 min | 6 months ago

First American dies of coronavirus in China

"Wins for the death toll in China can can use to rise now the first American has died of the corona virus while in Wuhan the report comes from these Uniontown hospital in Wuhan the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak the US embassy spokesman in Beijing says on Saturday the person was identified as a woman approximately sixty years of age she had underlying health conditions the Chinese foreign ministry reports there been nineteen cases of foreigners infected with a corona virus of which to have been discharged from the hospital seventeen were quarantined and treated however this would be the first case of an American dying from the virus China reports the death toll from the corona viruses push past seven hundred with over thirty four thousand infected Jeff mackay Washington and despite the high despite the fears here in the city we remain at very low risk there are no confirmed cases in the state of New York or New Jersey city council speaker Cory Johnson tweeting that there is no reason to avoid any neighborhoods are restaurants report yesterday said that sales of Chinatown stores and restaurants have become plummeting doctors zero dot agrees with that assessment she says don't worry she says she's not by the tendon when studio to chat with me we talked about the virus about her new Netflix documentary series called pandemic and the general American public the risk of getting this disease is very low it's again more likely for you to get the seasonal flu than the novel coronavirus she says go get your flu shot wash your hands if you're wearing a mask lot of folks seem to be doing it pharmacies are selling out of them she says it is totally not necessary if you're healthy individual and if you think you're wearing a mask and that'll protect you from let's say the novel coronavirus well it's not protecting from another point of ours because it's not filtering out those particles that are in the year you can hear the full interview with Dr Madonna also joining us on the podcast

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Stock futures point to rebound as China seeks to curb virus impact

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 6 months ago

Stock futures point to rebound as China seeks to curb virus impact

"The US has begun enforcing a travel ban against China where the corona virus that's toll is now up to three hundred sixty the Chinese are not happy about this calling it an over reaction the virus is having a great deal of financial impact not just in China companies have already taken hits on Wall Street tourism tech and oil stocks have been punished as airlines to stop flying to China companies like apple of shut their stores and offices in China Tesla Amazon a coca Cola closed factories McDonald's and Starbucks closed a number of locations in the United States Friday's rout on Wall Street wiped out all of the games for the month of January China's Shanghai composite plunged nine percent at the start of Monday trading sagging demand for oil due to the virus is forced OPEC to call an emergency meeting on Wednesday since well on is an industrial hub China's growth for the quarters been revised lower and Goldman Sachs says because of the virus U. S. quarterly output will be cut by nearly half a percent Jeff mackay Washington right now the futures are posting to a possible bounce back from Friday the S. and P. futures up sixteen nasdaq futures up

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

Nightline

04:21 min | 6 months 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 | 6 months 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 | 6 months 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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No. 17 Maryland scores final 7 points to win at Indiana

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months 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 | 6 months 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 | 6 months 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 | 7 months 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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Warnings of  Another  Eruption in Philippines

KYW 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Warnings of Another Eruption in Philippines

"I'm okay no near the capital Philippines erupted today forcing residents to evacuate as experts warned that another hazardous explosive eruption is possible course money Jeff mackay reports the eruption is having a big impact the tall volcanoes 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 possible

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Are the rich really getting richer?

KYW 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Are the rich really getting richer?

"Turns out the old adage could be true that the rich get richer and they sure did this year the world's richest five hundred people solve their collective net worth jump by twenty five percent in twenty nineteen according to the Bloomberg billionaires index the world's five hundred richest people saw their collective net worth jump by twenty five percent or one point two trillion dollars Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg added over twenty seven billion to his net worth Microsoft co founder Bill Gates came over twenty two billion combined the collective net worth of the world's five hundred wealthiest individuals totaled nearly six trillion dollars the new report comes as wealth disparity remains a hot topic in the election progressive lawmakers are calling for tougher tax policies for the ultra rich Jeff mackay

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"mackay" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:46 min | 1 year 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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"mackay" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"mackay" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"MacKay ain't gonna watch out now on two fronts on the Hutchinson Parkway as you make your way north you've got one accident being worked on this is going to be in Pelham manor as you come out of the Bronx in meanwhile in Westchester on when you the cross county there's another accident being tend to nominate a car that went off the roadway. Let's go back into the Bronx because you have a couple of problems to watch out for on the major Deegan south. They were clearing up an accident on the ramp to charge of thirtieth street further down the line bridge from Fordham road into the GW bridge ramp. And that's why the cross Bronx is all fouled up doing repairs on the way toward the GW bridge, mostly got slowdowns on the Bruckner south ending down the RFK tribe real. And here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels the bridge. At least on the span is okay Mia Lincoln little bit down going into town. Holland tunnel. Still slow getting out of the city they were clearing repairs and right now. Long island. Here's what we see on long island's big three. It's been so far good morning for the for the northern southern state Parkway through Suffolk and Nassau County. All right now reported without delay. The Muslim report of an accident on the metabolic Parkway north of the southern state, but I don't see any traffic delays to that stretch. This report sponsored by Jeff Anderson and associates, I'm Jeff McCain next report in eleven on ten ten wins. Immune to a busy part of Brooklyn. The nearly century old Utica avenue extension. New York ones is a subway and bus division of joining the city agencies for a Utica avenue. Transit improvement study that'll AIA range of options from faster buses to a subway line or even light rail borough president Eric Adams, telling the channel they need to look at how to move commuters as they grow that part of Brooklyn. And it's time to go forward on this right now Utica avenues. Brooklyn's busiest bus route forty four thousand riders a day that three and four station eastern Parkway. And Utica avenue gets nearly twenty nine thousand riders for years ago, mayor de Blasio and governor Cuomo agreed to spend.

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"mackay" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"mackay" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Center Jeff MacKay troubles right now. In New Jersey continue an accident on interstate eighty a part of it eighty going east. There was a four car wreck right before the jersey turnpike. They were still in the process of clearing that went away. Also coming away from the bridge on eighty ninety five. There was an accident and on route four there were delays as well. As you make your way through Englewood and watch out for company on route thirty five there's flooding now on thirty five south there. Route seventy one in Belmar all lanes are now closed off and on route twenty two near Thompson avenue, and Bridgewater. Accident brought down a utility pole and wires police are going to Detroit around that going east. Seventy eighth store your McKay way around the problems on route twenty two here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels heading. In New York right now. Just limited delays GW bridge. Lincoln and Holland tunnel. Really not bad at all Lincoln tunnel. Does have a tube repairs going on? And I remember coming away from the GW bridge the problems on ninety five now on Long Island. What we see on Long Island, speak three. Just looks like wet roadways for the for the northern southern state Parkway. Remember Sunday parking rules are in effect. For today. I'm Jeff MacKay. Next report. Seven thirty one on ten ten wins. News time seven twenty two. There was a bizarre fatal crash on riverside drive early today. Today was reported. Roger stern has the latest in this live report from the scene. Kathleen was four AM a Toyota Camry reportedly going in the wrong direction on west one hundred and fifty fifth street travelling downhill smashed through a retaining wall by riverside drive and fell about thirty feet to the pavement below outside a cemetery. Charles Carey says he saw the car flip over and catch fire guy. Crawling out. To help. He's LL mealy called NAMA one in the car. I didn't know anybody inside. There was someone inside the driver who was killed Thirty-seven-year-old passenger escaped and was taken to the hospital in critical.

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"mackay" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"mackay" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"And transit. Here's Jeff MacKay delays right now getting into queens now getting worse at the Whitestone bridge, and the problem isn't the bridge at all. It's what's going on in queens, and we got to thank Greg. He called our ten minutes. Traffic tip line at eight four four five to six ten ten found out the problem on the van Wyk expressway just below city field. That's going to be an emergency repair job along the right side. So just south of northern are you're gonna lose the right lane. And again these delays stretch right back onto the Whitestone bridge now connect bridge ABI McKay way around that delay, you can pick up the clearview to get south to the or to the Grand Central Parkway in Brooklyn on the B Q E. It's just been one long ride flushing avenue to the Kosciusko bridge. Tons of westbound traffic from MIR meeker Morgan all the way out toward industry sitting. And here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels looking at about twenty minutes now and growing at the Holland tunnel. Getting out of town Lincoln tunnel. Also about fifteen to twenty minutes getting over to New Jersey. A lot of that is going to be a center to delight. And then once in New Jersey both turnpike Spurs are going to be slow, especially the western spur down through fifteen w and then once in a Newark, it looks like the truck lanes here have more give them the car lanes as you make your way south toward Elizabeth alternate side parking rules will be in effect for tomorrow, some scattered delays leftover on the ours Babylon branch, and I'm Jeff MacKay mixed report in ten minutes on ten ten wins. News time, four forty two. Thousands of firefighters lined the streets of marine park this morning to Saluto fallen comrades. Stephen Pollard of ladder. One seventy was killed Sunday night after he fell from the mill basin bridge while responding to an accident on the belt Parkway NYPD motorcycle police leading the procession on avenue s a solemn sendoff for F D N Y heroes. Good.

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"mackay" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

12:20 min | 1 year ago

"mackay" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Mackay's showing the the damage there are. Predictions of sue NAMI is me warnings in some of the coastal areas. Do you know what a salami is most people I would submit to you do not know what is NAMI is. And you can't blame 'em. They've watched movies with su-nam Nahmias. Nami is portrayed as a. Wave. Their comes on a nowhere and drowns everybody thirty foot forty foot waves. And they tell you that. No, that's not what is the Nahmias. Nami can result in the overall. The water level sea level climbing, but synonymous actually kind of hard to explain knowing full well that their scientific experts. Remember in the old days, Mr. Snerdley when I would attempt to explain some exciting typically, they would all call told me to shut up that I'm not a scientist. I ought not be trying to explain these things since those days, I have established myself as a scientific expert primarily in the area of climate change. By the way, I asked myself a question earlier how in the world is it that somebody like Christie Todd Whitman a Republican establishment member extraordinary is out resizing climate change gibberish. In terms. Like any run of the mill leftist and the answer is they're paid. They work at think tanks. They're paid people promote studies they're paid to have these beliefs in many areas when scientific areas special interest, not political of see that's another brilliant aspect of this. They've got climate change. Is is not categorized as a political issue. Which is all it is. It's not science. They want you to believe that it science. But it isn't. If it's science then there cannot be any legitimate claim to climate change because not every scientists degrees and science is not up for vote. Scientific fact, if fact it's not scientific opinion. So a consensus of scientists believing anything does not make it science. And there's some really brilliant scientists out there who tell you that the so-called science behind climate change is as bogus as anything they've ever seen. So it's all politics, but it takes place under the rubric of science like the Mahler investigation is happening under the umbrella of the legal system and the department of Justice when it's nothing more than a political opposition research campaign being run by a lawyer. It's all it is. Now. CNN? Oh, this anomaly, what want us to NAMI is basically you can't see it. It's beneath the surface, and it's because of an earthquake which also incur in terms of the ocean has been Neath the surface of the ocean floor moves this causes essentially. There's two phases to it. Water will be seen to be receiving from the shoreline. And then when it comes back. It comes back at a much higher level. Now, there can be there can be if it's really dramatic. There can be some waves on the surface associated with it. But most of the waves of a salami are beneath the surface they result in flooding. They can result in a massively elevated sea level. But it's the nominee is not. Automatically this gigantic wave that you see from way over on horizon. And you say man, maybe we got ten minutes. Maybe not right because you can't see it coming. Remember there was an earthquake in central America, South America, some ten years ago, and they issued Sonam e warnings for as far away as Hawaii. So CNN and the cable news networks fired up the cameras on the shoreline at a wa who and the big island and you're waiting for the gigantic wave. Remember this? And there is no gigantic wave. But yet the Sonam e is happening. And people who knew what they were doing in a wa who got on their boats and took the boats out because a wave wasn't gonna swamp them. They're going to be the the the Sonani couldn't flood their boat, theoretically, depending on how reactive with the shoreline, but you get away from shore, you get out there, and you just ride this anomaly as it comes in and goes out, but you don't for the most part most of them. You will not see it. It's all beneath. You'll see the results of it. So it was kind of funny. The media didn't know the media was expecting this gigantic wave and at the moment, the US Geological Survey, or whatever was telling people this is it the salami is hitting right now. CNN's anchors are looking out over the ocean. I don't see it yet. Brooke? How we got our sharp by over here. Anderson we're peeling and looking for the way, but I don't see what was happening right in front of him. Now, it turned out to be a very minor Sonam effect as far away as why? But they had people tracking it as it was moving from off the coast of chillier wherever it was all the way across the Pacific. They have their scientific algorithms and their diagrams. They were trying to show where people were looking for this gigantic wave because just like in the China syndrome. Nuclear power means a meltdown. And a poisoning of everything so synonymous this gigantic tidal wave at tidal wave is not necessarily associated with this anomaly. You've seen people out there surfing on these fifteen twenty foot waves, no Sonam caused that this. A confluence of meteorological factors largely wind creating waves on the surface of the ocean. But a cer- NAMI a legitimate Sonani resulting from an earthquake is going to happen beneath the surface of the water. Because the earthquake can't happen on the ocean. The the ocean can't. Can't move on its plates. It's a bunch of water. It'll go wherever it's contained. Let's go, but the ocean. Yeah. The the ocean the ocean floor moves. Yeah. When an earthquake, obviously. And when the ocean floor moves and rearranges itself that has effect on all the water above. It is a giant sucking of water away from the coastline and in bringing it back. It's but it doesn't happen. Instantly. It takes a while. We're talking about massive amount of water that has to be moved. But you can see the sea level climb and get big now in some cases. They are. So massive that you will see a wave on the surface. But for the most part of Sonoma is nothing that you actually see you see the results of it. But you don't see it actually happening. I imagine. Your phone's ringing off the hook. And they don't even know what he's talking about. I saw salami once and it ruined my heart could be Obama's brother calling. Now, see at an airports. Turns out, ladies and gentlemen. That CNN has paid for the exclusively in airports. They are paying about sixty of the largest airports in the country. They have agreements with CNN requiring CNN to pay for the televisions and all of the cable even for structure. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer airports, also get up to six minutes each hour to promote the airport or local attractions as part of the tit for tat deal and the CNN programming at an airport is not exactly that programming. You see it's a specially tailored and much of it is the same. But it's a it's a special feed that gives the airports six minutes an hour to run commercials for in-house shops or restaurants, or whatever the airport wants to advertise about itself. CNN airport covers the costs related to the TV's related infrastructure provides programming specifically geared for airports and pays us for the opportunity to be in our facility said a Representative from the Minneapolis Saint Paul international airport. Fox News wanted to find out how this happened. They did a report on it. So they went and talked to the airport guys the airport guy says well, they pay it. They build they build the cable, they build the infrastructure. They bias the TV set, and they give us advertising, whatever network they throw in here. Miami International spokesperson, simply pointed the network to a document proving that CNN is more than willing to pay the most for access apparently, they have gone to every every cable network and said, hey, you want access here and CNN has paid the most for it. Not all of the content, and it has a name CNN airport is the feed that's the name of the feed. There is weather various entertainment programs, even some live sports. Probably be soccer or lacrosse are some typical. Left wing sophisticated sports endeavor. And these are long term contracts that CNN signs, and because of that the network is able to curate content seen by travellers whether they approve of it or not. The Miami airport signed a six-year deal with CNN promises. A maximum annual guarantee of a hundred and fifty thousand dollars that could be adjusted every year to make sure the deal is the same as it is with other similar airports. So if. Cyberport comes along. And it's worth it to them to spend two hundred grand CNN and go to the airport. They looked somebody else's paying a store to grant. And if you don't so it's they try to keep it the same airport the airport probably tailored to to market size. But CNN airport the feed has its own PR structure, it has its it has its management team and immediate kit and the CNN airport media kit says three hundred twenty three million people eyeball at television set featuring CNN in airports every year. At the two thousand four hundred plus gates throughout the country that carry the channel. And of course, that would make sense. We're not talking about people stop and watch these are potential viewers. It's it's like a cable network will tell you that they are in eighty million homes that might be five homes that watch it, but they are in eighty million. So CNN is saying that there are that many people traveling through airports who if they stopped and wanted to watch TV they'd be seeing us. Don't know how many of them actually do. But if you want to catch the news latest data latest on Salamis or Trump being impeached, or what have you you have to watch CNN in an airport to do it. What I would do just buy your own jet, and you don't have to go through public airports this way. And it's never.

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"Your yours ninety nine three That's the. Answer to the trivia question the last show to occupy the noon to three, spot on WBZ. Before Rush Limbaugh At least in part it was Mike and Barbara MacKay So next time your friends ask. You You need a. A a handy dandy WBZ historical question that's a good one because yesterday was the thirtieth anniversary of the. Rush Limbaugh show in. Syndication now rush I. Started broadcasting nationwide in the late eighties we picked him up. On WBZ in the very, early nineties but yesterday. On his show he celebrated, three decades he said to his producers I don't want. Any phone calls no surprises and yet They surprised. Him we're going to the, phones and we have a special guest who. Is it So Russia I just. Wanted to congrats On thirty years is your favorite, president and I think you are fantastic and I heard about, it and today is the big day thirty years I. Wanted to call. Personally and congratulate you I am Florida I thought there was nothing. Anybody could do to surprise me today. I've been preparing for anything Mr President I very special man Russia. And you have people that love you I'm one of them but you're a very very special guy what you do for, this country people have no idea how important your voices so I just wanted to personally make, this one and I said I'll even dial the number. Myself if I. Have to but I just wanted to congratulate you thirty years and. That tough business is incredible And you stronger now than ever before Well I thank you so much it's such.

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"I'm with andrew mackay but he never took notes when he was with me i don't believe he made memo's except to help his own agenda probably at a later date same with lying james comey mccabe was fired on friday ahead of the release of a report that questioned his candor over the b is handling of the hilary clinton email scandal illegally statement he says import the juice focus on me and this report became a part of an unprecedented effort by the administration driven by the president himself to remove me from my position destroy my reputation impossibly strip me of a pension that i worked twenty one years to earn fox's garrett tenny the polls are open for several more hours in russia were multiple incidents of ballot stuffing and the presidential vote are being investigated vladimir putin is seeking a fourth term the campaign has beat a sprint rather than marissa tuten announced his candidacy three months ago and thanks to widespread support plus a tower full state media backing him ups he's expected to cruise to another landslide victory fox's simon owen russia also investigating what it calls an unsuccessful attempt to disrupt the website of the country's central election commission there were two shootings at shopping malls this weekend the first one at oaks mall in southern california where police say a man gunned down his ex wife initial indications based on video surveillance and investigation up to this point is that this is a murder attempt suicide sergeant eric show with the ventura county sheriff's office the second shooting that left a man injured was outside a mall near cleveland fox news.

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WIMS AM 1420

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"mackay" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"No do you the new film and you can still gives you the way ray them a new way you do the new the new the following in the mackay's fianance instant we less through this soul a one begs the the new oh but you do new a dragon handled away tell me to do this you know what the a new had been twoway field theory not just your view alexa yes you canoe mm.

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