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"mark office" Discussed on Radio Boston
"He is explaining for example. The climate measures in the big bill. That he thinks are essential. And the reason he's not willing to horse trade for the small one on the other hand we spoke with former massachusetts governor. Michael dukakis this week as well and when i asked him about whether he'd support waiting for the larger spending package. Here's a part of what he said. I don't think we have an option here. I don't think we've got Any alternative we've gotta move on this. This is a very very important step forward. Can we get the broader package. Yes i think we probably can. But it's going to be tougher. But in the meantime i think it would be a mistake to essentially sacrifice what has been a very impressive. Bipartisan effort these are tough judgment calls murray francis. Where do you come out. Well you know. Senator markey is closer to the horse trading and it seems like our congressional delegation the messages that they're sending down to us in addition to the intense public pressure around this climate crisis that we're in is i feel going to push both of these packages over the finish line. So charlie i asked to some extent senator mark kind of pushed him hard on that yesterday. One of the things that was interesting that he said was we kind of have to hold up the one point two trillion because people do want it it is effective leverage. It is how he is horse trading at the same time as a constituent right of all of congress. I think okay so what happens. If we get nothing charlie or am i who are we going to get something certainly not foolish. I think You know i don't. I don't think we're going to get nothing. I think the more likely approach is to get the the To get the votes of the joe mansions in kristen cinemas you know the more moderate democrats You know just the backup. You'll need fifty votes for the larger bill because it's going through this. What's called the reconciliation process because it's a budget fifty senate just to be clear. Yes insent yes In so i think you know I think what's going to happen. Is that bill is gonna shrink. It's just going to have to get somewhat smaller in order to get to get those votes and bring it to fifty. I think that is probably the most likely the most likely outcome all right. So last question. Humor francis because i love the way that you love numbers in the smaller. Bipartisan package that one point two trillion senator mark office says about eight billion dollars comes to the commonwealth four point two for roads. One point one billion for bridges two point five billion for enhancing public transit. Okay so if that doesn't come the mvp nbc. A you mentioned. We have some other money from pandemic relief. The nba already has nine hundred million. Roughly coming can we do what we need to do with our roads. Our bridges our public transit. If we don't get a bill no all right here and how we how on a scale of will limp along to this could be catastrophic rate. How bad is it. If we don't get.
"mark office" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand
"Was in. La for that game. Oh yeah she wasn't la for that cubs. Game i I know doctor about it actually. Yeah not midnight to watch that game. And then i was like. Who's the first person i see it again. Their showbiz elise there and i was like. Wow super jealous. I got a question on show biz. Elise how does she get back in. She literally drive from iowa to wrigley and like in to do morning game afternoon. Game night game. She goes back and forth. I know she did drive for the first q. I think she's taking flights. So i think it. Kind of just depends. Yeah i think. I can ask her. If you'd like. I didn't check in with her on that specific. Ask for who could. Yeah okay ask. Her for it gets cool. They should not be that person for tickets. Nobody here needs tickets. We're fine exc fred. Don't be that person we know better than that. Rufi come on now. We don't just be jealous when i'm taking awesome pictures and you didn't want in on this fred. All right You're going to embarrass me. Let's welcome stephanie. From elmwood park high stephanie. Good morning good morning. Stephanie tells about you. Learn all about Elmwood park stephanie. That just off the time well me. I'm just a single mom to a nine year old daughter. Oh just a single mom. That's a big. Oh good for you. What's her name by the way. Her name is schuyler. Okay scarlet. very very pretty name is name after breaking bad by any chance or no. No i did something. Yeah so a one game win streak five questions. One hundred and three dollars and fifty cents. You're ready i'm ready. Let's go okay. Good luck jelly. With all due respect if you would get out okay. Here we go stephanie. Question number one. Eight hundred rocky was denied entry into a bar because his girlfriend didn't have her. Id name her three to kanye. West is suing major retailer for selling a knockoff version of his yeezy foam runner after eleven seasons this late night. Host said farewell to his. Tbs viewers colbert hop is. Our hope is mark office mark hop reveal that he has cancer marcus. A member of this iconic band darker. Don't blink three two faces. Oh sorry it's over. An answer blink. Don't blink retracted skateboarder. And host of ridiculousness turns forty seven zero. I know shoot among. Oh that's only sorry. Sorry and she's boy. Shelly bad already tried. That never works. She got zero actually. No you're really does make okay really hard. You actually already one. You don't have to say anything at rocky was denied entry into a bar because girlfriend didn't have righty namer. Riano tiny list is doing this major retailer for selling knock off version of his easy foam runner. I think it's walmart. After eleven seasons. This late night hosts said farewell to his. Tbs viewers conan o'brien markup is revealed that he has cancer. Marcus a member of this iconic. Rock band blink. One eighty two and this gave host of ridiculousness turns forty seven today. Oh what. The heck is name rob rob. Why so. what's allowed four point five four point five. I'll tell you You win you have to say my name. is stephanie. From elmwood park. I got showed up on this showdown from park and i got showed up on a showdown and i cannot gorilla gorilla. That was good yourself. Exactly you redeemed yourself right there. Nice job stephanie. Have a great day. Okay thank you. Thank you for listening showbiz. Shelly radio extravaganza at airs from ten to noon on one zero three point five fm foe. Yes if you've a hero in your life i want you to call my show. I'll tell you more you could win. Something really cool. Yeah around eleven ten. We'll do that. Shiro comes along. I went for the eighties there. You go chad. Kroeger saw spiderman. T way this is. This is going to go on forever. You intend sir good news stories. Turn the winter studios in america's greatest city you kfc fm chicago. What in three five kiss fm. An iheartradio station. Fred show my niece. Polly is already giving me problems already. already acting like every other woman. She's playing hard to get with me. I don't appreciate it and all It was with over the weekend and go to my instagram on air. Basically if you look at my instagram. I guess only do two things. I fly airplanes. And i play with my niece. That's about it. Yeah radio i could tell now you know what.
"mark office" Discussed on My Marvelous Year
"I was writing a couple books a month and editing. You know eight bucks a month and so you're talking ten comics a month. That's it's almost like writing ten movies a month or something and it's just. It was happening too fast and furious for anybody to pause and think that these were going to be scrutinized. Did we thought there. Roll it up in your pocket. Read it at the beach. Toss it in a you know on a bench. Let someone else read it. I don't you know people like mark. Gruenwald had pristine collections in Plastic bags and stuff. But i think most of us were not collegiate. It was pre super collector market. Actually of the kind of leads me into a question it worked. I'm jumping ahead. We we got a bunch of our listener questions But the the segues into okay so we had someone carlton ask. How do you keep track of all the characters in their continuity in the x. Men universal the time but i i wanted to say do well. Yeah you're saying mark have this election. I i've always wondered this pre-digital ages how would you want if you you know. If a writer wants to check back on the continuity back in the sixties right to sit. Well we had. We had a couple of things going on you know it was. We had a. We had a storeroom with all the comics in it in black binders and so you would literally just like you went to a library to research. You'd go under the marble closet you know and you know look up and then you could see all the comics but it was very labor intensive and then mark and elliott and a bunch of the more historian talent at marvel started that thing marvel universe with the cards to remember that the was it was like a book and there was like a very cannon. Okay drawing of the character and then their powers in their weight class and kind of like see you could flip through that and go. Okay for hope is fighting spiderman. Men's that kind of stuff and also height important kind of things that you needed but for me. I was lucky. That when i because i trained under Louis simon said and i kind of learned the method of how she kept track of all the x. Folks in the mutants and you know we used to make like charts and you know who we played with lately who we need to play with will be tortured. You know oh sounds boring. Let's like torture him. And you know um and then. Chris of course had billions notebooks and I was lucky in that. I had peter. Sanderson was my assistant editor. And peter is like an encyclopedic Memory of marvel comics his. So you know you need a rundown marks office..
"mark office" Discussed on KOMO
"Obviously that could take additional time. We've also reached out to Seattle City. Light of Puget Sound energy there, reminding people have emergency supplies like batteries, food and water and also to clear storm drains to help prevent flooding. Global news time 10 10 to the sports chest. America's lose last night to the afterwards. 61. Seattle's final home game is today. Nick Mark office is on the mound for Seattle and manager Scott Service is ready to get his team on the field. One more time. A T Mobile Park big game tomorrow. Marge is on the mound. Another great experience for him tomorrow. Can he worked his way through this lineup that they've got over there and then? You know, go to some of the different bullpen guys, So you know, keep grinding it out here all the way through the game time this afternoon. 3 40, Then four games in Oakland, Wrap up feces in Alicia Clocks put back at the buzzer look to the Seattle Storm passed Minnesota 88 86 in the first game of the semifinals. In Britain in Florida. Seattle's won seven straight against Minnesota and Game two of the serious set for tomorrow in the N B A. The Denver Nuggets Pete Ella's Lakers won 14 106 Nuggets still trail two games to one tonight, the Eastern Conference finals. It's the Miami Heat leading 2 to 1 against Boston as they play game for Game three of the Stanley Cup finals tonight. Tampa Bay in Dallas, tied at a game each. Hall of Famer Gale Sayers, who made his mark is one of the NFL's best all purpose running backs. And was later celebrated for his enduring friendship with Chicago Bears teammate Brian Piccolo, who suffered from cancer has died at the age of 77. We checked sports at 10 40 past each hour traffic and weather up coming in just a couple of moments. Come on news time. 10 11. New questions about the future of homeless sweeps after the Seattle City Council vote to end at the navigation team for the rest of the year, the city halted nearly all camp removals during the pandemic. In a project Seattle report comes Matt Markovich explores why encampments.
"mark office" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"On the day before the fourth of July 1, Quick one before we get to see Lo Anthony in Belleville. What's up, man? Al Boots and Jerry Revco. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, First time long time you needing your first Seinfeld Right. Do you remember when the boomer How do AH painted face for Halloween? No boomer penalty space for the playoffs. Yeah, he did. Yeah. What team to support team for that Know who was responsible for that? Hey, is that right? Rangers would down. Yeah. The Rangers were down 31 I said to myself, the Rangers come back and make it a game seven. Would you are paint your face. He kind of got aggravated because I called the money and he did it. I remember him doing it. I think Allie did that if I remember correctly right now. May. Yes, it was Allie. Yes, it was Allie and boy. She did a hell of a job with that I do. I thought it was Halloween. I didn't realize you had to do with the talking. By the way. Anthony makes an appearance if if it if it if it didn't get edited out because of time, But Anthony makes its appearance in a boomer and car in best of this week. There's on Sunday night from 7 to 8. Anthony called in during the cash when you were yelling and melting down, Gerry about give me cash. You were being a seal. You were yelling out about Russell Westbrook. Actually, Yeah. Anthony actually was a very big instigator in that that God really? Yes. Because Anthony called in and said, Do you think Jerry is going to make it in all five days this week? You had taken a day off. And Craig was like Craig didn't like that. Craig didn't like that on a day off. You tweeted during the show that I wasn't allowed to have a life, So to him, that what? You didn't take the proper day off and then that he never missed a show. Then you went back and amigo you missed last Friday. He goes. I had a schedule day. Like you said. I think he was just needling you the whole update. And then you just this exploded, but Anthony Got in there to needle you as well, That's awesome. What else? What else can you before we get to Chris. If you were going to tease it, give us like one more thing to look forward to. Ah, different segment. What we do the running into the wall segment, which was that's really early, really early on where we, In fact, Cee Lo's. It makes an appearance in that one, too, where we had approve our love for boomer and carton by running really hard into a wall, And in fact, Tracy does it as well. Remember Tracy he used to do news. I remember running into the wall and how much it hurt and then thinking Zack Martin did it like three times. Yeah, but, yeah, that and Craig kept trying to bring it back to sports. Going over the he'd write an article somewhere that Brandon a tackling Brandon, Brandon Jacobs, Brandon Jacobs was like running into a wall. Sure, so he kept trying to bring it back to sports. You left out the part where I put a massive hole in the wall that had to be repaired. That was a different running into the wall. That was a different running into the law. I didn't I don't remember doing it The one time the massive hole you put in the wall was when we were racing. Yeah. Hallway, OK, I remember. Yes. That was here. Right here in Hudson Street. Yeah. Do you remember the other one? Now that you mention it? The mark was not pleased with how he was nice. I'm really surprised that it wasn't the repair was not taken out of my paycheck. Yes. I think that's only because I was Boomer and Craig basically said You must do this sounds really choice. Remember they were pitching in the newsroom one's towards Mark's office. Plumbers don't Ah, hardball to Craig. And it was at Mark's office that he called, But he kept saying, if you miss my office, you got a window right out to the street. Anyway. You hear the voice that is Chris Lopresti 8 32 What you got, Chris? So Jerry actually have to begin? I have. Ah, someone on Twitter reached out to me with a question for you. So I'm going to be the middleman. I'm going to ask you. Said. Question here on the air. You ready? So this gentleman I assume does not want to be idea because he sent me a direct message. He did not actually just put it out there on the Twitter sphere sees you go. I'd love it if you would, as Jerry why, he says passing interference instead of pass. Interfere. Whatever normal place. Shut up. That's what it was Crystal Krusty have okay and Terry did not like that of I were brought to you by wall, our paint and design and Ace hardware stores. Visit shop dot wall our dot com for online ordering. I am glad into the caller brought up the hot dog eating contest cause I do have some audio actually play, Believe it or not, so it is on for July 4th. Of course, you'll have the differences thanks to the Corona virus. They're holding it at a private indoor location that would be Close to the Coney Island Boardwalk and Joey Chestnut is going for his 13th title is the heavy favorite. Believe it or not, there are three states now that have legalized betting on this hot dog eating contest. New Jersey Included S O. He won last year with 71 dogs and buns. He's got the record of 74 So Eric Booker and the other competitors will be looking to take him down. We may have to play a little, you know, get into Joey's heads of my before something I don't know, but but, you know, you know, we have some good eaters that's coming in. That was Booker on the Who is this guy? Zing? This is Eric Booker. Cory Booker, The Newark. I don't think he's a place. I thought your friend from K Rock for a moment. Chris Booker. I would definitely bet on him. So that was he's always DEA Yesterday. What a surprise on CBS Webster. Yes, they wanted to see how many hot dogs Sean Marash pretty probably I don't know that they carry that out. But, ah, a couple more here. A ce faras. The contest goes in his own personal strategy..
"mark office" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser
"Tell us a little bit because I know people are going to want to hear about it about Bethany livestream line livestream. It's a weekly radio call in on Youtube. Yes, yeah, so it's like a weekly radio. Show that I'm doing on Youtube where basically I, it's audio only. And I just Kinda like sit here in my kitchen where I'm talking to you. Guys and I have like a topic. We'll talk about something. And then I have a guest call in. Will talk about this topic together and then we hang up and then I open the call line, and then people can call me and ask me questions, and it's been like really really fun to do. Because one of my favourite TV shows, it's frazier I always like I also am obsessed with therapy. So I've always wanted to have some sort of like. Thing where I could like give advice and talk to people, so it's been a really fun way for me to stay engaged and also to like. A busy 'cause it's a fun thing to like plan, and then and then execute during the week, and just really like cool thing to do during this time, and when people really sweet like when people's calls are answered like Oh my God. I don't. Like what's going on? So it's really fun. Do you. What do you think therapy? Do you do therapy yourself? I'm obsessed with therapy. I like I really wish that therapy was like mandatory. Yeah, honestly wish it was mandatory and I just wish that it gray accessible to everybody because it's just I. Think a lot of it's funny. I was talking to a friend on the phone the other day, who inquired about doing therapy for the first time he reached out to me and he knows that I'm like this big therapy advocate, so he came to me and was like. What are you thinking I was like? Honestly, there's not a person in the world who hasn't benefited from therapy like it's not like you go to therapy, and then of a sudden you're like. I'm worse than I was before I. You Learn Shit about yourself and you also learn shit about life that I think is so It's just so cool and special and. I wished that it didn't have. The stigma has behind it because I think when people when people hear that you're in therapy. They're like Oh. You must be crazy. It's like you still think that I feel like we've moved away from that, but. I disagree have moved away from not for a lot like I really do think in our bubble of like. Yeah, A. Formally. Totally, CHICAGO. Sort of like are bubbly. You're very right, but I definitely do think that there are still a lot of people that think of therapy as being is sort of like really intense or scary thing, and they think of mental illness in this like one specific way where you're just like you know in a straitjacket locked in a room and he's like that's not when it's like like there's so many people that struggle with anxiety and depression that that don't look the way it's portrayed in movies, and like Sylvia Plath novels. You're right totally. My cat is also going crazy. He's just. My Cat's like wants to be a guest on your podcast to scream ing him. Show you come your snacks coming here. Man. I heard about snacks Oh. Yeah, he's famous. Yes, famous Internet cat here he is say hi, Hi snacks. All right before we got to the interrogatory that just have to ask a couple questions so Ms. Josie is the dog and yes. Snacks is the cat. backstory on those names. Those snacks. Snacks snacks as twelve and I got him like Bri around the time that I was starting best coast I was obsessed with Garfield at the time, and I just wanted like a big fat, Lazy Tabby Cat, and I don't really know why I named him snacks, but I was just like it seemed like a really good fitting name for like a fat yellow. Right and. And I really again with my like psychic energy I named him that, and he is now and just like he's the most annoying like hungry cash. I'm not kidding like nine am and six PM. That's when he gets fed. Nine am on the this fool is like at my door, screaming to be fed and then at six PM. He's like sitting on my coffee table, knocking shit down like begging for food and I'm just like I fucked myself by naming this next. Because now he's just a dictated. And like severe eating issue. If it's any consolation, he probably would have been that way anyway. My dog is like that. He's nine and we got a new puppy. whose Only eight weeks and already both of them are now like coming into stare at six. Am because that's what time we get up here, six am and five PM, and they they know they know it's the time, and they just start following me around and whining throughout the entire house and laid out everybody in my household like can we just feed them at four fifteen and I'm like no waiting until five. They need to wait on a schedule. Yeah yes. Yes, Oh, that's next Josie. I named Josie. After the blink eighty two song I adopted her from a shelter in or from a rescue organization out in Orange County and I was driving to pick her up and a pass signed for San Diego, and I'm you know. Blink was like my favorite band growing up I love liquidating to. Oh maybe Lamer Josie and then Mark Office and I are friends, and I told Mark that I named her Josie and then Mark told me that the Song Josie is actually named after a dog named Joe's. Yes. Old Old friend of Mine Oh. Blink? Yes, all right so I know you've got trust. No one tattooed on the one arm, and the other hand, and on the other let it go and surrender, and I swear everybody on our show in, so we need you to surrender. Do you swear to tell the truth? The whole truth and nothing but the truth I'm ready. Lay It on. Okay, so which relationship in your life has had the most profound impact? Would you say? honestly are we talking.
"mark office" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser
"Tell us a little bit because I know people are going to want to hear about it about Bethany. Livestream line livestream. It's a weekly radio call in on Youtube. Yes yeah so. It's like a weekly radio show that I'm doing on Youtube where basically I? It's audio only and I just Kinda like sit here in my kitchen where I'm talking to you guys and I have like a topic. We'll talk about something and then I have a guest call in or will talk about this topic together and then we hang up and then I open the call line and then people can call me and ask me questions and it's been like really really fun to do because one of my favourite TV shows. It's frazier I always like. I also am obsessed with therapy so I've always wanted to have some sort of like thing where I could like. Give advice and talk to people so it's been a really fun way for me to stay engaged and also to like keep myself busy. 'cause it's a fun thing to like plan and then and then execute during the week and just really like cool thing to do during this time and when people's it's really sweet like when people's calls are answered like. Oh my God. I don't like what's going on so it's really fun do you. What do you think therapy? Do you do therapy yourself. I'm obsessed with therapy. I like. I really wish that therapy was like mandatory. Yeah honestly wish it was mandatory and I just wish that it gray accessible to everybody because it's just I think a lot of it's funny. I was talking to a friend on the phone the other day who inquired about doing therapy for the first time he reached out to me and he knows that. I'm like this big therapy advocate. So he came to me and was like well. What are you thinking I was like honestly? There's not a person in the world who hasn't benefited from therapy. Like it's not like you go to therapy and then of a sudden you're like I'm worse than I was before I you learn shit about yourself and you also learn shit about life that I think is so It's just so cool and special and I wished that it didn't have the stigma that it has behind it because I think when people when people hear that you're in therapy they're like oh you must be crazy. It's like you still think that I feel like we've moved away from that but I disagree have moved away from that for a lot like I really do. Think in our bubble of like yeah Ella formally totally Chicago. Sort of like are bubbly. You're very right but I definitely do think that there are still a lot of people that think of therapy as being is sort of like really intense or scary thing and they think of mental illness in this like one specific way. Where you're just like you know in a straitjacket locked in a room. And he's like that's not when it's like like there's so many people that struggle with anxiety and depression that that don't Look the way. It's portrayed in movies and like Sylvia plath novels. You're right right totally. My cat is also going crazy. He's just my cat's like wants to be a guest on your podcast to. He's just screaming. Let's show you come here. Snacks coming here man. I heard about snacks. Oh Yeah he's famous. Yes famous Internet cat. Here he is yes say. Hi Hi snacks snacks. All right before we got to the interrogatory that just have to ask a couple questions. So Ms Josie is the dog and yes snacks. Is the cat backstory on those names? Those snacks snacks snacks as twelve. And I got him like Bri around the time that I was starting best coast. I was obsessed with Garfield at the time and I just wanted like a big fat lazy tabby cat and I don't really know why I named him snacks but I was just like it seemed like a really good fitting name for like a fat yellow right and and I really again with my like psychic energy. I named him that and he is now and just like he's the most annoying like hungry cash. I'm not kidding like nine. Am and six PM. That's when he gets fed nine. Am on the this fool is like at my door screaming to be fed and then at six PM. He's like sitting on my coffee table knocking shit down like begging for food and I'm just like I fucked myself by naming this next because now he's just a dictated and like severe eating issue. If it's any consolation he probably would have been that way. Anyway my dog is like that. He's nine and we got a new puppy whose only eight weeks and already. Both of them are now like coming into stare at six. Am because that's what time we get up here six am and five PM and they and they know they know it's the time and they just start following me around and whining throughout the entire house and laid out everybody in my household like can we just feed them at four fifteen and I'm like no waiting until five. They need to wait on a schedule. Yeah Yes yes. Oh that's next Josie I named Josie after the blink. Eighty two song I adopted her from a shelter in or from a rescue organization out in Orange County and I was driving to pick her up and a pass signed for San Diego. And I'm you know blink was like my favorite band growing up. I love liquidating too and I was just like. Oh maybe Lamer Josie and then Mark Office and I are friends and I told Mark that I named her Josie and then Mark told me that the Song Josie is actually named after a dog named Joe's. Yes an old old friend of mine. So I'll blink. Yes all right. So I know you've got trust no one tattooed on the one arm and other hand and on the other let it go and surrender and I swear everybody on our show in so we need you to surrender. Do you swear to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth? I'm ready. Lay It on okay. So which relationship in your life has had the most profound impact? Would you say Honestly are we talking.
"mark office" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Is your number to call if you like to get in touch with mark's office and set up a time to come in for a conversation you can also send a text if you're more comfortable doing that and you'll get a call back still five two zero three three three seven six zero one mark let's go to the mail bag here we have a great question from Angie and Maranda and Angie says I haven't found a long term care policy that I like are they all this expensive wages that's a great question but to the short answer is yes they are expensive so there's a couple different ways that you can handle long term care we go through this in our planning process we discussed you know long term care health you know issues that sort of thing but there's a couple different ways you can go obviously if you don't do anything that's called self insuring means if you need long term care your your partner yet you just pay for it out of pocket that's always an option assuming you have the money the other options are you know traditional long term care which is I think what you're referring to the problem in my opinion with that is there's a lot less people that are offering those these days a lot of companies have gotten out of that space they are expensive just because you get an early doesn't mean that your premiums will go up in fact if you're in for a long time you will have premium increases and I've had clients that have been in these policies that had to stop paying on that could afford him anymore and so they kind of dwindled down the other problem with that solution is this use it or lose it so if you don't use it you don't need it that money's gone the thing that I like the best is what is using what's known as an indexed universal life policy so it's a permanent type of life insurance that offers long term care writer a writer that allows you to pay for long term care expenses the nice thing with that is if you don't need long term care you still have your cash value stuff that death benefit that'll get paid out to somebody whether it's your spouse your children except Russia so it's not user loses that money get paid out in one form or the other whether it's long term care or or death benefit X. Sentara so I like that a lot better in fact a lot of companies that used to just only do long term care policies are now offering these sorts of policies and a lot of more included in a lot of the newer policies where we're seeing a lot of clients that have these older policies and will restructure them the nice thing with insurance and I've mentioned this before it's kind of like TV's and computers people are living longer so insurance is actually got cheaper so assuming you're still insurable we stopped wall fight insurance is actually cheaper than it used to be because a lot of these companies have adopted the new mortality tables so as long as you're you're still insurable you we can replace these older policies that offer some of these long term care benefits which is a great benefit it's it's just another strategy that's out there of how to deal with long term care so I you know if it's something you're interested I'm happy to have that discussion with you give us a call send me a text X. cetera and we can have that discussion but it might be a better way than than owning a traditional long term care policy if you already have a long term care policy for those that are listing I'm not saying you should get rid of it I'm just saying that there are some other options that are out there my question today from Angie and pretty.
"mark office" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And with you tonight it's oriented and mark and we're talking about the corona virus and upcoming protests regarding the government's actions in response to Corona virus. This operation. Gridlock. We're just we're just talking about a few. I think that in the next in the next couple of weeks. These are going to start blowing up because people are going to. They're going to hear about this one. They've listened to us talking about what's going on here in New Hampshire. And then you got the you know you guys talk about your nightcap. Every every week but when they see this Michigan one I mean this week was great. We got fifteen people out there. I mean that's a small number of people but it also wasn't really a a protest. It was just. Hey we don't care what the government says. We're going here. We're going to have some drinks guys. Look real chill got you got good photos people just kind of hanging out and recently. They had enough people to actually be illegal all of them but the first one have been illegal by the numbers. How many were there? The first one I think had nine. I doesn't indicate how many how many events where three okay three and so the second one. You kinda the Hobo in the The pavilion because I don't know that you can count the Hobo and make that a legit number now I I would agree okay. They don't know if anything. The Hobo was worth like five people. He's a walking cesspit. Hope was trying to sleep in these people come. They're making noise around his new house so with anything all right so now he's now he's ten because now he's all he's GonNa be spit on. You didn't get up and do anything. I don't think he was trying to sleep. He was just like hanging out by himself by the way Mark Office. Space that you haven't seen I have not seen off his nineteen ninety nine. Okay now I guess I don't have much excuse why I can't I just haven't seen it. Well we were talking about deocracy and Aria actually broke down and watched it. I just wanted her to watch the first ten minutes but I watched the whole thing and I thought it was silly. I'd agree with her but she thought it was derivative. It doesn't stand up. It was a good movie. It doesn't stand up. Stand up office at all now. Office space was brilliant from start to finish. I believe that is true. I haven't seen the one where they're trying to get. Somebody elect Pedro Either Napoleon. The stupidest a waste of time. Is this a movie for Seventeen potheads in two thousand one okay and for the and for snowflakes house? My daughter loved the hell out of that. She was watching it like once a week for a whole year. Oh my God so once and I didn't get it because I was not a seventeen year. Old Pothead I was like I don't understand. Why are people talking about this movie? It's the dumbest thing I've ever seen because I didn't laugh at any point during this is completely stupid. It's that weird. I don't even know how to describe. The comedy that was coming out in those years is a weird strange. Who who's the Guy Gal Gadot Galloping? His comedy is kind of strange weird quirky staring at you. A whole minute comedy. And somehow that's funny. I don't get it yeah. I wouldn't even call it comedy. It was a movie about some nerdy kid trying to more than he was if anything. It was a trauma based on how unfunny it was me. That was the point. Maybe well you know. Every generation is just basically route revolting against the previous generation so whatever. We thought was epic funny good to go made sense the future generations. They'RE GONNA they're gonNA know you with your suspenders old man. Okay boomer. I wish I could put a pot up. The living years well was younger than the people who enjoy to Napoleon dynamite so it was actually a reverse this me making fun of them and their nonsensical sense of humor. I would say you're definitely a little probably a little more mature than your age. Group period stopped and that probably had something to do with it so anyway operation. Gridlock is happening. And it's where these fifteen thousand perhaps more perhaps less vehicles are going to descend on you correct lansing the capital of Michigan and calls a gridlock. Apparently five hundred sixty eight thousand Americans have been affected with Covet nineteen which sounds like a scary number but we don't know what percentage of the population that is. We don't know what level of illness those people experience can calculate very easily. It's about a half a percent I'm sorry What no what percentage has been tested And therefore like what if everybody's got corona because everybody's GonNa get Corona according to what we've been told up to this point about what corona is. There's you know. There is no plan afoot to prevent people from getting corona. What all they've said is we're going to flatten the curve. Meaning that they were going to try to prepare hospitals for this influx of Bodies that was supposed to to glutton so they brought in these mercy ships in these tent hospitals and all that stuff that are sitting empty. Okay five hundred and fifty seven thousand confirmed cases as of today. Twenty two thousand one hundred zero nine deaths dacoven but that doesn't tell the percentage of people who have covert that are likely to die like well. well. At least I have the. It's not a Harry. High death rate pointing point seventeen percent of Americans have been infected point zero zero Ben infected point. Zero zero seven percent of the population have died right. So that's very insignificant a- At this point yes We still don't have good enough numbers because the people who are being tested are more likely to have corona so wh- I haven't been tested and I don't believe myself to have corona so you need to have a sample portion random sample portion of the population and test them rather than the self selection thing where I keep on having a dry cough. I better find out whether I have corona or not And then the the hypochondriacs and then the people who are being wheeled into the hospital. Ready to die Any all these sorts of things everybody who dies from corona has been tested for corona everybody a dis from flu like symptoms is getting tested for Corona. But the people who aren't dying aren't sick aren't getting tested. So you still have a warped number even with US microscopic situation. There's microscopic Infection rate. Yeah so Alex Berenson a former New York Times reporter who has been sounding the alarm about what he believes are fought mar models dictating. The aggressive strategy drew attention to the protests in North Carolina as well as a social media uproar in Michigan so from North Carolina to Wyoming to here in New Hampshire to Michigan. People are protesting. Oh Yeah it's going to blow up. It is certainly people can get the idea to me like. Oh wait wait. We can do that way. We're allowed to all that makes too much sense. Let's go let's do it in a state started facebook Facebook group or whatever you know whenever social media use and when that's the best thing about this. We're not allowed to do it. We're not allowed to protest right now. There's nothing in the law specifying the. Hey it's okay together in a group of fifteen thousand as long as you stay on your vehicle. No that's still a gathering that breaks the capacity ward along with. I mean they have they get the idea that we can do this not that they can legally do that. Are WE'RE GONNA? We're going to get permission from some stupid governor to do this. They're going to see what's going on. I can see what other states are doing like. Oh Wow those states. Really don't have control over their people we can do this to. Let's do it and I applaud. I applaud anyone who will will stand up to To Big Daddy government getting stupid. Now I tend to be I tend to disagree with protests. Generally but You know I mean I support. The people are going to do it. I just you know. Most protests are an annoyance. People tend to hate protesters for whatever? Reason sign holders. They just hate him and I don't know what the reason is that they they hate him. But you know in some cases I find that The protests in fact makes the situation worse not better and I I will have to concede that people who just ignore the long ago about their lives if they do it in a large enough group they have a lot of success so I don't have a solution on how to fix the problem but I have been living like the government wants us to live now for a long time. I tend not to go out of my house. There are days that I just don't leave it. Why would I want to? I have everything I want at my house. My House is nice I think a more successful protests would be just all of our restaurants in all of our Bars just open back up. Well tonight just to get all get all in the same sheet of Music. Get all together and say. Hey look we're gonNA. We're GONNA open up next Monday morning. And then to hell with them I ev. It's just one of its stragglers doing it one at a time. That's when that's when they'll pray they've been preyed upon. It has to be a large enough group the Walmart and Disneyworld or both talking about scanning people's temperature before they come in As I UNDERSTAND THERE WALMART DISTRIBUTION CENTERS. That are already doing foreheads. Scans and they can. They'll deny your access. If your temperatures of one hundred or more registering people you sound like surface temperature lasers and things like that. It's it's it's certainly not the best system for finding out of something has corona. But it's a fast one. Yeah they just. They just walked back in the barbecues section and get the little little temperature sensors well all it really tells him whether or not the person has a fever. Sure it doesn't really tell them whether or not the person has covered nineteen so it's silly but it makes a fever it makes makes people it makes fearful people feel better about the situation all look at Walmart. Look what they're doing. They're keeping a safe. I'm going to shop at Walmart. I have been putting off going to Walmart all weekend because I heard these horror stories about the lies. Refuse to be treated that way. Sandy loans. There were no lights today. This is free talk live when I adopted her. She was a mess. Scabs.
"mark office" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"To Saint Luke's in Boise Idaho nice to have something to smile about we'll let you know about others as we hear about them six twenty five years mac with sports the doctor James Andrews he's out of Florida orders band all the elective surgery he says even if he's out of the state is not going to do any Tommy John surgery elective surgery until after the pandemic is pretty much over not Chris sale on the red Sox went out to LA to get his down they've taken some criticism for that given all the medical emergencies throughout the state Chris Godwin al wide receiver for the Tampa Bay says my number twelve is now Tom Brady's number twelve got one said he'll wear number fourteen usually there's something that exchanges hands if you get a number from another person on the team Godwin says he doesn't want anything because that Tom Brady is the goat maybe you can just throw the football a bunch of times when they finally play NFL owners of approved the expanded playoffs to fourteen teams before division winners and three wild card teams from each conference you don't want to get a bye will be the number one seed in the NBA player as only two K. tournament that starts on Friday on ESPN Kevin Durant is in I'm Steve McDonald newsradio nine twenty one oh four seven FM there's a report that came out of Major League Baseball is considering July the fourth as the possible opening day target date at least according to the Los Angeles times they said July fourth has been one of the options floated as a possibility for Major League Baseball circles to open up the report comes after president trump announced earlier this week that federal social distancing guidelines because of the corona virus pandemic have been extended until the end of this month so we'll see if the baseball season can actually get underway this part two of spring training two they said there's gonna be necessary because of all the players they got to get back into shape if they ever were in shape them into baseball players please Astor says he's planning a massive church service for Easter despite stay at home orders here's fox's Christa mail evangelist Jonathan Schell's worth of Pennsylvania says he'll hold an outdoor Easter blow out service shuttles words saying it won't be online calling it a national gathering like Woodstock the state's governor is issued a stay home order for thirty three counties Shuttlesworth announcement comes after the arrest of Florida megachurch pastor Rodney Howard Browne shuttles were said that Howard brown's arrest came from simply having church but Howard brown was actually arrested for violating quarantine orders during a public health emergency Christa mail fox news something tells me that events not going to happen it's now six twenty seven thoughtful residence in the U. K. neighborhood surprised a health care worker with a designated parking space in front of her house the neighbors marked office space on the road so she'll always be able to find a spot when she comes home from working on the front lines of the corona virus outbreak and they put up a sign that reads space reserved polite notice please respect the sign and give our NHS worker a chance thanks the neighbors the unnamed healthcare workers husband says that she normally ends up having to park far away because there are no spots left by the time she gets home saying that no one has a right to park in front of their own house she says but when absolutely gorgeous caring neighbors have done that for her this is absolutely terrific and it is that's very nice now twenty seven after six when a tour gets canceled it doesn't just affect the performer and the fans right there are hundreds of crew members you get laid off too they are the people who you know they rigged the lights they sell the tickets they sell the merch you name it.
Chemist Confessions Return with Victoria Fu and Gloria Lu Part 2
"My guest. Today they are back. This is now third appears on view. They were here as well returning for the second time because they make skin care science fun. They are chemists and they are also business owners. They have their own line of products there. The ladies behind chemist confessions which is an amazing instagram. As well if you don't follow them if you're all if you want to know the ingredients honey they break it down and make it fun and easy to understand and exciting. And that's why they're here. Please welcome Victoria Fu. Glory Lou back to Niche Butte. Oh they're going again and I think we made it obvious but we're just we hit record again. We had so much more to discuss. And we've we're filibustering we have lost. I will not let them miss her flight. There's so much more than last time. Oh who we do this all day. We could do it so can i? So we're just going to get right into it. I'll try not to be so small Taki because we have a lot to discuss and then we'll end up. If we have time then we can like you know. Ask about your hopes and dreams and whatnot. Okay let's get into it so I had the honeys ask questions for. Y'All and of course they came through because they're all geniuses and they are passionate space so they have questions. I have questions and let's get right back into him so this question is from J. Jane. Okay I've heard the chemical exponents make your skin thin and are bad for your skin over time. Is this true. No no okay. So can somebody their face up. What what does that mean? What does fucking of your face? So you can be overex- fully like you ruined your wall. He'll it will absolutely he'll But so cue to answer this question it does temporarily make your skin a little ner breads kind of just. It's getting rid of the top layer. That's already dead. It's already have dislodged. Anyway it's gotTa go and usually the correctly use chemical exfoliating. You get rid of the cells. That's overdue I use. Your skin naturally turns over. But as you age or there's like environmental factors it's slows down and that that's slowness still all problems like dryness and That unwanted skin texture so come Williams dare to help you speed. I'll get back to normal speed and you can absolutely overdo it so if you jump to a concentration that's way too. Let's say you never use any chemical before and you saw the kind of get cheap very tempting fifty percent college on Amazon That sounds terrifying. You might take away not just a self. That's due to be to leave my take away the stuff that should be coming up and protecting you from environmental factors. Yeah and what that means is year angry. Red Very vulnerable skin that it will take time to heal Our GOTO OCCLUSIVE. That we recommend in this case is Petra. Lod Good on mytalk trade of and heard bad things about and yes. That's actually the gold standard. That will help keep skin especially essentially seared very roskin protected. Yeah and I think what people forget is yes concentration matters. But it's not a competition for the highest amount out there. It's about finding and fine. Tuning your specific percentage so absolutely irritation honestly is bigger problem that we see in people's routine and it is such a big problem for people to manage because once you have irritation you spend your routine dealing with irritation focusing on fixing that correctly and no longer about like trying to do age. Prevention or target is concerned. So you really are taking a few steps back. And that's why we really try to emphasize just minimizing irritation as much as possible into give a little bit of contacts. And if you'RE NEW TO H. A. You can't use it every night if it's a around a five to ten percent range But even if you're just starting try every other night I If you're ready to bump it up and tries on the a little bit more efficacious you can use up to thirty percent. But at that rate it's not leave on product. You have to use it as a mask once a week. Moshe Max and Wash it off. Yeah Yeah Interesting Okay. A lot you out. My brain is like catching up slowly. Processed process wheel on the man. Who does every product say on it? Five percent ten percents it implicitly. Or no they don't and you know but I think the good thing and I would like to give us credit on. This is that we are seeing more and more percentages given So yeah I think just like Boris Ed. Aim for five to ten if you're a beginner And then just be wary of the twenty to thirty Percent Mark. Obviously it can be dependent per type of. Aj but we're not gonNA that's a whole rabbit hole other APP. Yeah and unfortunately someone's doing both in an hour. He's coming up at four getting. Tell me okay. Let's keep going. I'll see when they come in. It could be anybody this studio. There's always something going on. I hope it's Mark Office. Who has been in the seat? Yes he has. Oh this is from Denise I love you. She's one of my friends. But she's like the most supportive amazing. Is it okay to use? Nyah cinema ten percent along with retinol one percent. Do you alternate nights with them early. Yeah she's talking about. She sounds like a very experienced. Retinal user One percent is actually the Max that you can get point zero five or something flake. Yes Oh honey. It's it's great but No problems there. We actually do like the pairing of nine a cinema with with retinol simply because it does offer just barrier support So just a great combo sincere skins kind of under fire share shutting right. Wow Denise you're killing me. Yeah Oh my God expert okay. Yeah that is high okay. This is a question from cooking the account Vincent who we love a male honey. Hello my question is about the way. Actives or ingredients of formula can be delivered into the skin. Penetration enhancers like butylene. Glycol propane proponent deal at CETERA. Dial honey you got to brag to deliver the ingredients product into the skin for example can a ten percent nice city mode Sarum. He said mode by was probably an accident. Serum Without Penetration enhancers can be effective. Does it penetrate the skin? I literally? Oh it says sorry. I'm French we love you. We Love You. We love you and that was incredible. Yeah yeah he knows. Okay so true nerd. I'm like I'm going to be honest. My eyes crossed. I don't understand what the hell is a penetration enhancer. So that's a great question. It sounds like a porn to be honest. I can't hear that now. All my run for a pervert Scorpio. In-and-out ruin all right. So so your skin. Is Fatty Fatty there? The better job is to keep stuff out essentially water. And so that's why the top layer of your skin is mostly fatty acids colonials their minds. Which all are all water. We polling ingredients. What that means is water base stuff. Ashley doesn't penetrate your skin while at all so say no cinemas. A water base active. So that's what Vince is referring to is. Sometimes you add these solvents Play better with the fat ingredients to help the help. Your active guest through the skin. So it's a complicated question because you can't formulae without eh but they're there for more than just penetration enhancing purposes anyway so for example the calls they can help preserve your formula. Okay it can also help with With your stability.
"mark office" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"The witness tells me Dennis met with him the witness says that when he shared his story Dennis argue with them chickens had and told him that Casey had an alibi the wind is asked me whether Dennis believe them and offers to give a statement to someone else after a few days of silence I start to check on progress I sent an email to the higher ups at the Arkansas state police and mark Hollings worth called me immediately she asked if we can meet in person at his office in little rock my dad drives me there mark tells him he can't come into the meeting so my dad wait in the lobby for me one time in mark's office I offer to talk to him off the record but he declined he looks at me matter of factly and says everything here is on the record miss Townsend he tells me that Dennis has put many hours into the case and knows what he's doing and that I should leave the investigating to him we discussed some of the details of the case and he mentions that they are open to new evidence but he won't tell me what's become of the witness statements and by the end of the meeting it is clear that they won't share any evidence with me like I said before I understand that police need to hold back certain facts from the public in order to catch killers but it's been fourteen years and I'm getting pretty tired of them stonewalling me after my meeting with mark I start to wonder what do the cops made what else is out there that I could possibly in cover to help the case well Dennison marker still the investigators fourteen years have brought some changes there's now a new prosecutor on the case Holly Meyer so I reach out to her to see what she.
"mark office" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"On progress I sent an email to the higher ups at the Arkansas state police and mark Hollings worth calls me immediately she asked if we can meet in person at his office in little rock my dad drives me there mark tells him he can't come into the meeting so my dad wait in the lobby for me what time in mark's office I offer to talk to him off the record but he declined he looks at me matter of factly and says everything here is on the record miss Townsend he tells me that Dennis has put many hours into the case and knows what he's doing and that I should leave the investigating to him we discussed some of the details of the case and he mentions that they are open to new evidence but he won't tell me what's become of the witness statement and by the end of the meeting it is clear that they won't share any evidence with me like I said before I understand that police need to hold back certain facts from the public in order to catch killers but it's been fourteen years and I'm getting pretty tired of them stonewalling me after my meeting with mark I start to wonder what do the cops need what else is out there that I could possibly in cover to help the case well Dennison marker still the investigators fourteen years have brought some changes there's now a new prosecutor on the case Holly Meyer so I reach out to her to see what she needs to.
"mark office" Discussed on The Product Experience
"The best sprint facilitators that I that I know so it was just circumstances it was just we had those people add agents mark because we are a different type of company. We're more you ex design agency and that just proved to me. Oh my God like they you know other people besides me can actually really do this and now now like a new a new girl started agent. Smart a few months ago as a researcher and actually she wasn't even intended to lay she wasn't supposed to be a facilitator But we she asked to give it a try and she's just nailing it now as well and at it's just super cool to see you. You know once people get comfortable with a system then you know. Personality sometimes doesn't matter as much as I thought it does. I have just this image in my head. If agents marks office with all these people standing up and walking around with Paste Cincinnati's and oil. It's the agents smart office. You guys should definitely visit. We're we're a super weird company like Super Weird because like we're we're first of all were tiny where twenty people and we're independent like we shareholders IRV whatever whatever you call it investors or whatever but we work with all ex okay. Apart from Tesla and apple because somehow we have managed to crack this we work with like like all of these big massive companies on their core projects. And we get into the room. And we're you know we're working with them for a few weeks and then they find out where this tiny S. company only early in Berlin with no offices anywhere else and they're like. Why the hell are you here? Then we're like a little Michelin Star. Tiny weird ask company it. Yeah the the the Michelin Star Part. Is I say like because we're when people ask us. Why do we have no other offices because I'm like the Michelin Star Restaurant? Why don't you have an office in economic mission? I don't WanNa have one.
"mark office" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Old sack Jeff Miller days in the afternoon today and Chris black I'm David Kaplan soon as Matt Negi steps to the podium we will have it for you right here our E. S. P. N. one thousand so you've got the like the bears on Thursday right they got away right yes we do I do a hundred percent out and just as I said earlier come out and play that hurry up right off the bat that be my that would be my whole it seems much more comfortable in that situation here is that correct you agree with that I'm a hot as it doesn't have to think doesn't have to compute doesn't have to read anything just force Detroit to play from behind right off the bat you know what if you win if you win the toss please take the ball and just score right off the bat and they struggled that way right they struggled in the first half pretty much all season long right right for the most part third quarter he's been like the best quarterback goal and the other three quarters of an awful okay Mitch we are starting the third quarter first correct so get off to a quick start okay Kinnard corner is now with bill this thing a big lead then you can be back later so anyway three one two three three two three seven seven six again as soon as Matt navy self supporting will bring a friend in that game because I it was a it was a calm and one point right the bears game is it gone got a match in the bears Sir get a batch of the bears are point favorite which did not think I would things went well I mean is again even on the board considering you don't know what the quarterback status is amazing the bears minus three at the moment so there's three about that so that game opened up I can open up and say Hey come as a pick'em yeah Chicago Bears three okay and thirty eight and half as the total yeah I don't know about the total I don't feel very confident I don't either right I don't either well we'll see three one two three three two three seven seven the grab mark even though we may have to cop mark office met ninety stepped up a mark what's up man we're going on the radio kit good good now I'm a little ticked off now be quick but I know you guys that men are you coming up as the on it I know you don't know if you guys they're not as you guys on the radio but the bears and bulls team I'm getting sick of watching them Chicago has to do something of the fan base we have to put up billboards and contains in other cities Chicago has to do something I'm targets all Chicago things right now bulls and bears we have the software is quote unquote superstar in both leagues in which a risky our market value market in the sauce they should be excuse me we saw I can't stand watching this is the city of Chicago one of the trucks if you do not expect miracles we'll call we cannot have this is what I appreciate about Tom Thibodeau Tom Thibodeau representative CDS you cargo I'm sad to see the cold is on a Cylon compliments of the stars there did not this one knows most they're not even angry that they're losing the gangs gives ticked off watching them Chicago has to do something we have to you guys have to come together if you don't have to like the choice no one don't go to the game something somebody have to organize something I'm sick of watching it and something needs to be said about it you can't let it continue Hey man have a great thanksgiving okay mark thank god but you got it we had to let him vent and get it off his chest again we're waiting for my Matt negative stepped to the podium and as soon as he does we will have it for you three one two three three two three seven seven six the NHL has opened an investigation into the head coach of the Calgary flames after former NHL player came a loose said yesterday that current Calgary flames coach bill Peters here I will get back to that here is Matt Maggie going to the podium and he will address the quarterback position and then the injuries and here he is as far as injuries go the new ones are been product or Taylor Gabriel both in the concussion protocol and so those were both self reported after the game and hopefully they get okay but they're in the protocol so that's where they're at no not nothing new just get ready to our gear up here and take off tomorrow for.
How To Turn Down a Job Candidate
"The end of the interview in assists for those who you are not going to hire there's one last and surprisingly difficult step for some managers to tell people that you won't be off premium it's one of my favorite parts of the interviewing process perhaps second only to interviewing candidates who are not qualified for alright or who are not good at interviewing well it's hard because you're trying to get as many candidates as possible and if you're doing many of the things that we suggest in terms of phone interviews and screening people down by the time you you bring people into interview hopefully you've you've got a list of people that are really really good and unfold usually you only have one position and you know those are the ones are difficult for me which is a great a great candidate night just happened to have another candidate that just seems is just a little bit better and you still have to say no it just it's awful yeah it's not fun in managers because it's harder than it kind of seems at first some managers a lot of managers do it frankly pretty pretty poorly and there's there's a right way to do it and talk about that today I think probably the biggest sin is the delay doing it just putting it off putting it off I mean I'll be I'll be handed I know I have delayed notifying candidates because it's uncomfortable you know at this point you may have established a relationship with a person and it's feels awkward and because we don't do it a whole lot most of us as managers right we're just not good at it so yeah there's all kinds of things but I think that the biggest mistake and we're gonNA address this in the cast right Mike is just putting it off exactly it's the biggest part so so we're going to walk you through how to do it right and five things that were gonNA cover a number one one the one I just referred to you're obligated to notify the candidate of your no decision expeditiously quickly sooner rather than later well I guess you're making an assumption in in that point is that people understand that they have to actually tell the person though not hearing back is not the same thing as a no and unfortunately that that happens quite a bit too don't we don't tell the person know they just left holding the bag hey hanging for a long time so yeah we have to tell them no and we have to tell Tom quickly point we're gonNA talk about you can't wait for an exception this before notifying declined candidate point three you can rule out candidates before you make a higher four be simple and direct between four them don't beat around the Bush and five you can offer feedback but you don't have to so number one we've already talked about this you are obligated let the candidate now and to do it quickly so many of us when it comes to the choices we make manager as managers we really ought to ask her yourselves how would we want to be treated if we were on the receiving end of this process that goes to the heart of so much of what we teach folks here at manager tools and and the events that we offer is just putting yourself in that other person's shoes right if you ask that question ninety nine point nine percent of the time you come up with a great answer and then the question will be oh well that's hard well right well choose the harder right over the easier wrong that's right as mark office says don't for it to be easy wish for the strength to do it right there you go I mean if Wendy was doing this cash is how you we get so many emails from people who say Hey I've gone to the interview says I'm following up I'm not hearing anything it's been weeks I'm they're not telling me anything does that mean it's a no everybody says the same thing if you're not going to offered me the job please just WanNa know about it and I'd rather know sooner rather than later I mean that's that's what people tell us over and over again and there's so much frustration from candidates around this you know why are they not telling me if it's no I it's okay I just want to hear candidates will say hey if there's a chance that I'm going to be considered and I wanna stay in the running but if you're not gonNa make me an offer if I'm out of the running then just tell me that quickly we think about the other is there looking for jobs it's possible they're interviewing with other folks other than you and they're probably not going to tell you about it right if they really want to come work for you and your answer is a no will do them the courtesy of letting them off the hook so they can entertain other offers may have they may have one another another firm that putting off waiting for an answer from you and tell you what that would be an unfortunate situation where you knew for two weeks that they were no that you're not gonNa make them an offer they were talking to another firm they put off or even accept an offer from another firm hoping for you and then they find out later that you knew two weeks ago now they don't have the job with you and they don't have the job with their second choice firm which was probably acceptable that's awful that's not fair yeah not that is not right not right at all and they need they need to have the time in the bandwidth and some of that psychic energy to focus on those other opportunities right if they're interacting with other companies and they're doing follow up following up with you that's just time and energy offer to candidate we are obligated to communicate that to them quickly as quickly as is reasonable and seriously we can't think of any situation that would justify a manager not making that phone call the day the decision is made Detroit that's our standard I quickly as possible correctly immediately not the same as you will not make them an offer if you have two candidates for example candidate can be and you decide to offer candidate a simply because you're going to offer candidate a doesn't mean you have to turn down candidate B. Canada a could say no riot right and if you had decided that if candidates a said no you were going to offer two candidate b. then you can way now if candidates a says no you are not gonNA offer candidate b. then you should have already told the candidate you are not going to offer right right and again it goes back to the first the first thing we said which is as soon as you made a decision that you're not gonNa make somebody an offer then you notify them but if you haven't decided to not make them an offer because they're offers contingent on another candidate then you don't have to tell them you're not gonNa make them an offer because you haven't indeed decided to not give them an offer ruled candidate b. yet it's contingent on what what Kennedy says right once candidate does except then you're very next phone call has to be two candidate B. to let them know that they're not getting an offer but until then if candidate is still in the running is still in the game then you can wait info we try to be ethical and professional managers it doesn't mean being stupid right so don't do this to yourself it's perfect the appropriate and professional to wait until you heard back from candidate before communicating with candidate B. I think we're going to have some future your guidance Mike around how to handle to To viable candidates stay tuned for that okay great so point three is you can candidates out before you make a higher so that example aside that we just talked about of course we don't have to wait until we get an acceptance to decline a Canon ah yes that's the flip side of that coin with the last conversation absolutely because remember our purpose in interviewing is not to pick the best cannon it that's so important I really WanNa say it again because I hear so many managers and when I was a VP and I was managing directors I would hear so many of them say go-slow talk to me like a golden retriever small child we don't interview to pick the best candidate we interview to determine whether any of the the best person right the the best of the worst now we offer the person who best meets our requirements for the role that were interviewing for hiring for so only if we have more than one candidate above the line do we then choose who were going to offer to said another way if a candidate doesn't get align and please remember the purpose of the interview is to rule someone out in his not to help us higher then we turn them down as soon as we know yeah not above line we rule them out and we've ruled the mountain so therefore we tell them we don't wait until the process is done to Hannah they've been ruled out the moment we know that we're not going to pursue them we tell them so so a lot of organizations I think probably have multiple steps in the interviewing assessor might be an initial phone interview followed by an in person interview or multiple in person interviews and I can tell you I had many experiences where I did that initial oh phone interview at as soon as that phone interview was done and I knew this person did not meet my standards based on what I wanted to hear from that initial interview I called them and told them although the hiring process was still going on and I was still interviewing other people I knew that that person was not going to be a candidate they were be in the running so you don't wait for another and sometimes that process would take six to eight to ten weeks and it had been if I had waited until that the process was done then that person's sitting there waiting for two months no as soon as I knew I'm not bringing this person forward to the next step they're not continuing they're not line then you let them
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"Never answer your call correct. that's big time would you agree. he's now big time what is more likely to win bear cats V. box or bangles V. hawks. wow wow. I'm going to a bear cats over but that's what I'm saying never ever box I've I thought to your team Notre Dame was about to be beaten by a lot of the. and in the Gaza band Louisville was terrible last year terrible but first game this season or two and I was like nine or over and they got their coach I had like fire but gave up five thousand points a game so yeah little concern about the fighting Irish they're not fine I'm concerned not concerned about the team I'm concerned rocking and book because he was the one piece of that team if not then that offense that there was no question mark office of line how we gonna be I don't know running game but he a book is his he knows the offense ins in I'll be fine in the final then look good and he had a weak opponent national TV and then on the road so difficult but lower insulin like a regular on the road team because they stay sorted out but total for the bangles have any chance don't tell me they do because they don't. well there's always a chance I was going to be tough I mean you know they got another guy you're dating Lowney all that's all you play the game on so on the other side. Glenn maybe if not Andre Smith at tackle. Clowney there's Andre Smith. go get them. go get a moment I'll get a boy yeah yes Sir and he wants a contract right he wants a contract yeah the only once we got one here that he wants to sign a hundred million dollar deal. big deal going to happen with Ezekiel Elliott. today tomorrow that you like hello I think your your own should draw lines and say look do you got two years on your deal we we we can't we do it the rest of the league right now is praying to god that Jerry Jones doesn't K. only got three standard yeah true with with the three years ending and glory Bernardo get that deal I was nice eleven million how did you could be percent two years and thirty million dollars and you find Bernard who has a history of playing well in the National Football League gets two years and how much you said ten ten it's the bangles. good for the bangles but gentran resent it mean I love the cowboys said a couple of days ago on the pre game show that the Red Sea got to locate a core group of baseball players of know how to win games I said that that is exactly analysis. it's stupid but it's brilliant I I reference ticket did the nasty you were too young to remember the last. I mean how man years old how nasty with the nasty boys graders are there's no team came into the state and they said man well with some of.
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"Who says things that are antisemitic and instead of condemning her they decide to protect her by then passing resolution, not condemning her or her words, but actually condemning. Anti Muslim discrimination as well to protect her and to play the Muslim card on her behalf. The house of representatives passed this resolution, and I condemn ING. They say Hayden intolerance, including anti-semitism and anti-muslim discrimination in the wake of controversy over democratic freshman, Omar who is a Muslim who was antisemitic Twenty-three Republicans voted against the measure and all Democrats, including Omar. Who voted in support the resolution because of course, she wasn't condemning yourself. Her name was in choose condemning people that hate Muslims. So of course, she was able to vote for it. The passage of the resolution comes after intense internal debate among House Democrats over how to respond to her antisemitic comments that relate to Israel and people that are Jewish. The debate led to uncertainty over the past twenty four hours over win. The resolution would come to a vote and what exactly it would say draft tax resolution was originally written to focus specifically on condemning anti-semitism following outrage over Omar's remarks, but the Texans later changed to include. Denouncing of other forms of bigotry, including anti Muslim bias, the Minnesota lawmaker who has not shied away from criticizing the actions of Israel and its government became embroiled in backlash after saying at an event last week, quote, I want to talk about the political influence in this country. That says it is okay for people to push for for allegiance to a foreign country. The remark drew condemnation from several influential House Democrats, thank goodness. Oh, marks office has not returned requests for comments from many news organizations, including CNN, and she has not commented publicly on the resolution, but the congresswoman has defended herself on Twitter against some of the criticisms she's faced over the recent remarks saying, quote, I should not be expected to have allegiance slash pledge support to foreign country in order to serve my country and congress or serve on committees. She added I am told every day that I am anti-american. And I am pro Israel, and I'm not pro Israel, somehow, she turned herself into the victim there. Do you notice that classic on the victim? Now, I find that to be to be problematic, and I'm not alone. I just happened to be willing to speak up on it and open myself to attacks. Now the extent to which the controversy divided. The party was on display even as House Democrats came together in support of a resolution today, which was a joke. This resolution was Redick euless democratic Representative Eliot Ingle, the chairman of the house foreign affairs committee, which Omar is a member of. Said in remarks and the house four ahead of the vote that while he would vote for the resolution. He wished the matter had been dealt with differently. Saying quote, I'm going to vote. Yes. Measure today, obviously all forms of hatred and bigotry are intolerable, and we should go on the record as saying so, but he added, and this is the I give a lot of credit to Representative Inglewood democrat. And this is what I was waiting for Steve Cohen to do. Which of course, he didn't. I wish we had a separate resolution. He said about anti-semitism. I think we deserve it. I think it was wrong not to have it. But I want to say very clearly and very loudly that anti-semitism will never be tolerated by me. Well, it's tolerated by your Democratic Party certain your Democratic Party that you're part of clearly made it made it obvious. That the only thing that really mattered. Was protecting a democratic Muslim member of congress from her being criticized for her antisemitic comments, and that is the Democratic Party right now. Representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming, a member of the house GOP leadership and one of those who voted against the measure set in a statement that the resolution was a sham to put forward by Democrats devoid condemning one of their own and denouncing vile anti-semitism. Well, I sent wholeheartedly against discrimination outlined in the resolution language before the house today did not address the issue that isn't that is front and center Cheney said adding that Omar deserves to be rebuked by name and removed from the house foreign affairs committee. So that there is no mistake about the values and priorities that the house stands for. Wow. Wow. Five three.