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Larson wins NASCAR at Homestead, holding off Chastain at end

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Larson wins NASCAR at Homestead, holding off Chastain at end

"How Larson is no longer in contention for the drivers championship and the NASCAR Cup Series but he isn't letting that stop him from racking up W's in the winds column His run at Homestead Miami Speedway on Sunday was dominant leading 199 of 267 laps despite getting into the wall multiple times Marston said he just had a car that had what it took to get the win Behind him AJ armada and Ross Chastain traded position several times but it was Chastain who came home second followed by armed dinger and third Jerry Jordan homestead Florida

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"marston" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"marston" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Are a bit of a star really utilizing your stamina from near the front and the supreme, you know, can actually suit us there and more than the longer the longer trip there. That's hopefully debated obviously. I'm not going to swear blind one. One of the other is true. But yeah, the supreme can be a relentless gallop, which then we'll see stairs do well. And we've seen gork up horses come out of the supreme as often as we've seen champion hurdler has come out of the Baltimore. And it's one of those sort of counterintuitive space of the festival that the race is that if you knew nothing about previous results, you would expect the supreme would be throwing up Trump in hurdles horses left right and center. And it doesn't you would expect that the barley Moore would be throwing up gold cup waters and it doesn't stay as for the future where there were fences or hurdles. That tends to be the other way around. So maybe that's some of these well aware of that having loads of knowledge already winners of the channel and festival and maybe that's what his thinking is. Let's go for a couple of dark horses just before we wrap up and we'll do this very very, briefly. And I'll throw one out you straight away. Echoes and rain is gonna go for the morganna. It also ran a second favorite for the champion hurdles for crying out. I think my daughter is that. It's dark because how many people have selected her, Jimmy? That's a falcon. It's a fair point. Thank you very much. Yeah. I'm actually still 4.8%. See? Nobody's following her. I think she's a serious player. She beats at the end of last season and was called Karl mustard who had a very, very, very small part in and he's that's right. He's a very good horse. Yeah. And he got he goes to hopefully supreme trial that cheltenham and then with all wins that with cyprian job done. Windsor, an old final for long phrase bounces back to the podcast. So colonel marston wins all echoes in rain is my dark horse because only 4.8% have selected so far. And I think she's a serious player. And we know that she's going down the great one route straight away and Willie Mullins is talking her up like nobody's business. Jamie, your dark horse. I would throw in there. Firstly, on the ropes for Willie, who he's still a novice,.

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"marston" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

SuperHero Homies!

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"marston" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

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"marston" Discussed on ActionPacked

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03:28 min | 1 year ago

"marston" Discussed on ActionPacked

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"marston" Discussed on ActionPacked

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03:23 min | 1 year ago

"marston" Discussed on ActionPacked

"Oh i have that delightfully comfortable quite quick as well. Actually on the full on the full penalty can get pretty. You can get around them. Do you have any other boats on the lake at the moment is just as two but we do have some other things in the pipeline rubbing but yeah exactly very but most traditional english rights away fishing One of visually fishing night fishing at the maven. The has been sort of fishing historically here and is as you said the scene with the way the tents position than would sort of people coming just Fix everything at once just seems like a really chill place. It's a little piece of heaven actually near room in somerset united sutton is and you can come here just for breakfast if you want or just falange. This food and drinks at all day yes so executives breakfast and breakfast lunch and dinner at peak times When we have guests staying and then mostly dinner is all sort of main made offering and you have tented area where you can. You can eat drink. music exactly which is really popular in. Actually when the weather is not so good in areas rain is actually very pleasant to sit out and still enjoy english fee but without getting story Beginning evolve. In this. So i was living in peckham in south on in a converted. School with my dog alfie. His actions and he became very friendly with another adult cooled. Pulpy and therefore sort of met puppies which is very different. Michael charlie and we become friends while so i'm at my background is music producer in. Dj and charlie's backgrounds opening bars and restaurants and with became friends and then over a bear in trendy. I'll shop in peckham. I sort of said to the ad had this idea for something. Wanted to dave quite a long time and been looking at different sites and he said oh. That's funny kind of want to do a similar thing as it happens you know. My family has some land in somerset. You should look so. I came down in expecting chevy failed out the back of the house and was met with this incredible place so we ended up and have been working together for the last sort of five years. Most of our time has been designing and understanding landscape. And we have a planning application at the moment to restore some of the old buildings. So there's a beautiful house original victorian house on the lake edge which we plan to restore in thatch. that'll be somewhere that people can robots inside and go out for the private daniel exhibition or performance. And then there's a lovely keeper's cottage out in the woods. Which again with plan on restoring some people come and stay apart from not that a lot of woodland management which needs to be sort of got on top of late needs de silting Very contemporary pieces of architecture to put in as well that will be additional accommodation. A main sort hub with restaurant bar and spa and that kind of stuff in it a bit like the thing was sitting in to the future or house is owned by off to school craig bonds and i first met him through the future house when it was on the reef of central mountains in london and it was something you could book a ticket to go inside and experience..

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"marston" Discussed on ActionPacked

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05:37 min | 1 year ago

"marston" Discussed on ActionPacked

"Emily lives just in one of the villages nearby who is up until about midnight. Most evenings churning out voss quantitative lemon drizzle in victorious funding brownies. Say the dogo United putting in some studying work on k. consumption. How many khazal their most important. So the core of the scientists seventy six acres. That's about fifty acres of woodland about twenty five of the lake. But there's also beautiful sort of public footpaths around the park in nearby so you can easily walk. A few hours has sort of around. The pound is decent. Big leap say trails. That you can fun exactly. Yeah so this. Trial is along the lake through the woodland which were just gonna opening up as we guy on the miserable so the Pockets that you mentioned. It's amazing i night to these wonderful sodium light. Select the place. How do you do that. I mean it seems to be the help places the magenta top. Nothing garish about you. Don't yeah we. We've tried to light like the pots. And just just the essential ones just to ensure that it's safe to get around but we've gone for a very warm white low-powered bulb which generally quite light down which makes the lighting less intrusive. It's better for the wildlife hair as well and crates less establishments. There's a lot of wildlife is ducks and geese and everything night is absolutely also say that the site has really been very on talks for the last hundred years. So it's real peace of wild england's there autism in the late There's mink roaming around there all these huge freshwater sworn muscles tonight if you say i mean some of them. The signs of bites of your hands put together absolutely enormous bats. Buds used to be one of the biggest herons nice in the country. somerset As yet is actually also say squirrelled. Away dead come regularly come down to drink from the lake and i must talk. I think originally was the seat of the l. to cool is that right. That's correct. Yeah and then what happened. After that he had to kind of check it history as a stately home. A beautiful state. You have built in thinking the seventeenth century. Exactly a minutes kind of being like a lot of these sorts of places in in england. It's some of this changing place. And i think quite often people think of classic english estates Sort of static things that came out of nowhere and then that was hit with the reality is that much more development in a reflection of their unisom con. What was going on at time. So the house was extended sort of significantly with various wings around the eighteen fifties. That was a lot of work on site..

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"marston" Discussed on ActionPacked

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03:56 min | 1 year ago

"marston" Discussed on ActionPacked

"With we sort of think it's comfy for full but could could be up to eight at a at a real squeeze and it's also a space that's used for things so anything from intimate film screenings to tiny gigs to kind of visual projection installations and drink. Ponte's less oldest office and future has not out of it. You will have some seti camping tents set around the lake beautiful setting. Tell us about this. yes one side of the lake. We have thirty of these camping tents which we call canvas tedious in canvas sweets and there will south facing so you get into beautiful beautiful bees out across the water and that sort of fairly rustic yesterday. Rustic natural fail but with mentioning respect touches very lucky to some great interior design as we find the bed was very comfortable. Excellent and there was plenty of room brought to dogs as well fantastic. We all ready go friendly so they are extremely welcome. This is not camping. Like you think accompanying this is camping with the egyptian cotton sheets and bedside tables and hard plug in your phone. Whatever it's not exactly roughing. It isn't and then nice seating areas outside as well you can make a fire. Each tent comes with one. I think yes so. We have five pits outside and then wood-burning stoves inside to make sure people noise and tasty. So yeah we've We've been delighted with the feedback we've had from people have come stay. How long have you been running this phone. So we happened just started may require nearly with just a few months in and yeah i mean it's been a real it's been a real whirlwind. We've had people coming to stay. That side of things is being extremely popular. And we've also is the site up to two membership to people in the local area so given rubbish time everybody's had the last year. We decided to make membership free for this year. So we have a ten thousand people now ready to the sign up in regularly. Come come and visit the site and if you come visit you can you can each. Yes so one of the lovely things actually is. We've had an incredibly wide range of people come through two different things site. Some people come full dinner so we have a really exciting head. Chef called gareth Announced his demand new on the day. It's hyper seasonal. And it's street food. Everything from kind of korean bile bonds to sort of indian Type kohl's everything in between we then have a different range of people tend come a bit late for drinking. We regularly have day jobs on until the end of the evening. Life performances. We have gallery space. We constantly evolving exhibition of artists. Then big range of other sort of happening so everything from various types of yoga. Meditation to willow weaving cool says that a wine in life during toss on friday which is particularly popular with the ladies around. Here and children's music workshops in the woodland between beautiful saying such huge spread of people. Come come enjoy the spice of the last couple of months we found as about it from a local and who suggested that we became members which was great because it membership costs zero. What is it like to cuss next year on. We have absolutely no idea we. We sort of wanted to get going on. It just felt like the right thing to do. At the time we're beginning to have the conversations it relieved the be not very much in people kind of buy in do papacostas and things as they go or it will be a bit more on. They'll be a lot more Just trying we're sort of discussing with people we think's gonna make more sense. It's also a great place to bring dogs to take him for a wool. Yeah absolutely up is a strong dog walking contingent who are eating phenomenal amounts of cake. We have a lovely lady..

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"marston" Discussed on ActionPacked

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03:31 min | 1 year ago

"marston" Discussed on ActionPacked

"Exploring every corner of the world so we want to share with you. Some of our extraordinary experiences in the amazing people. We've met along the way last week. We were camping without two dogs in rural power dyson somerset in the west of england in the grounds of boston park. This is a seventeenth century stately home. Just a few miles from the riverside town of from which these days is developed a bit of a bohemian atmosphere attracting artists writers and artisans to its quaint georgian streets. Clamping for people. Who don't know. The word is glamorous camping where you can stay in nature but without the basic hardships that usually accompany a night and a tent as we are about to discover. You don't even have to be an attempt at all. We were here in a heat wave so hot that we couldn't go inside our until it was dark but then we camped in great comfort in this beautiful lakeside setting today. We're back to talk to michael fenner also known as the brains behind this clamping project. We caught up with him in the strangest of buildings on the far side of the lake from the tents. Oh we should mention that heavy showers shed sunshine here today so. Forgive us if there's some noise of rain in the background but hey that's unpredictable. England in summer fan were sitting in of all things what appears to be an alien spaceship makes it change. I from the cramped space inside a basic bivouac. That's a good way to describe so. We all sat in a future house. So this is an original piece of architecture from nineteen sixty eight and the it is one of just a handful that exist anywhere in the world so that were under a hundred eight and this is believed to be one of sixty eight and a half left in existence and to try and describe what i'm looking at it looks a bit like a concord. First class lounge conceived in sci fi film from the sixties. I think that's very true. I mean for my generation. Senate is that sort of image of the first. You have hunting. that went on. just looks futuristic. even now isn't it. I really breakdowns an astonishing pace. We're very lucky to have it. If for this year. So how come this. Beautiful spaceship is parked on the side of a wonderful late in the middle of some said. How possibly you have a spaceship here. Why is it so hair. Most in polk we all very interested in relationship between altern audience and we have a lot of people that come down hit to break out of the city on create so we have a load of musicians and writers and sculptors and painters come and stay and lavar combination. Nation is setup as the state creative spaces so they will come with desks in easels office. Paints a source of things in a case that guitars and then on the other side we have more of all sorts of fun side where we have. A loan exhibitions performances. And this future. Our house hair is really the fussed in a long line of collaborations. Wade's artists architects ingenious. Fight from what. I've the world is really the first the first sort of installation little piece of ought a in what will be a long journey. All an interesting things to happen. How many people can stay in. Future has so the future house as available to stay in. There are two sort of sleeping areas which have one berry big one small sort of double bed that come to h four but the alm chat style things which you see around you also will plow into single beds.

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Demonstrators in Havana Protest Shortages, Rising Prices

Podcast Central

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Demonstrators in Havana Protest Shortages, Rising Prices

"Marston, Cuba to protest food shortages and high prices. Amid the pandemic. Protesters disrupted traffic in Havana until police dispersed the group when a few protesters threw rocks. Cuba is going through its worst economic crisis in decades, along with rising cases of Covid 19

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"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"Months. Mom liker so your story. You ain't got problems you're gonna beat me there. Sorry that's hysterical. That's true. I said f you to my dad for the first time when i was eleven and another time i told him i said go ahead and he brought me home from the bar told me he was gonna go back. I said to talk to that woman you with at the bar. Don't come back to my father never to come back home okay. So you've had challenges in you that you don't feel like you have earned the right. I'm back there to talk to people better than anybody else. But you've seen more. Hey says me me is lots of people out. There says it me to him to. You've seen more all right. Let's let's you're not going to accept it and that's fine. We'll drop it and we'll move on. But i'm going to hold you accountable to something like this one of these days. What's next for a woman that's not afraid to jump. That's not afraid to go into the unknown. Do you have a plan or is it. A seat of the pants Future for you as well. I don't know if i'd call it. Say the pants. I think it's people get mad at me. Because i don't steps one through six. I'm not good at training people. 'cause i'll leave out three and four and to me. It's do one then test to see which way the wind's gonna blow because three may have become tin and said. That's i like to watch evolvement. Everything evolves process. They want me to have a plan. What do i do next week. What are you doing tomorrow. That determines what you do next week and what's next for me. My husband well. In july. I created a courier business for one of the companies code. Diagnostics that i'm cfo of and now there are thirty three drivers all over the southeastern we employed thirty. Five people doesn't seven months. I don't have anything to do with that business anymore. My husband does. My brother runs our manufacturing company katie. Does everything payroll daughter. So my husband has Runs medco logistics now and he is literally threatened me and that's him calling right now i'll call you back. He has really threatened made that if create one more business he is divorcing. Really after all you've been through one more element of success for business and that's the final straw for him. There's some great irony in that. I'd like to sell flexible benefits as an ffa administration cindy search and works that one and she takes care of everything in it. And i love her to death. And so i want to make sure she stays employed and then Simplicity i closed that one down. I had an eye different amazon. And if i'd had the white people randomly it would have been very successful. But i just kind of moved on and in their cfo..

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"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"You. I need to do good to hear that interesting that that is so important to you again. It's a paradox. That background that you have. It seems like you gut it out without needing that type of stuff but that means a lot to us a lot. So what is the podcast doing for you. Got one hundred and twenty five episodes. At least and i was on the previous episode. Nine have so many more. You've got a loyal following. Are you getting validation from the podcast. In a way that is that the reason you're doing now It started out that it was just fun. And then i did. I had a couple of people stop mail. uk. Listen your focus. And i felt pretty cool but four years ago. I got vulva cancer. And yet that's the be stubby. Yeah men get in. They're going what's the difference in the woman is just rare and people. Don't talk about it. So i said well screw that so i started talking about it. I had to go get checked because they heard my story so two years later it comes back complaining now and if anybody had to walk the first time into the mitchell cancer center. That is the most traumatizing doorway that you can ever imagine so in the conversation with your husband thirty years at that time so again. That chose to be optimistic. Told me on. Thursday saturday with husband told my daughter my brother sister and actually get on my knees and say thank you for giving me this cancer. I don't know why really really monday they had me at the mitchell. Cancer center wednesday. They had me in surgery and they got it. All flared back up. Two years later did a most uncomfortable procedure and So far soclean taught thank god so you literally got on your knees at thank god for this cancer. Thank you god for this cancer. I don't know why yet. But thank you i did. Do you have the why yet. She's part of life. I think that it taught me. You know everything happen to me and tax seasons at twenty five of these little bitches and i had a miscarriage in texas and my mother died in a tax season grandmother dotted and tax season. Everything would always happening tax season. And i said is just god's way of telling me nobody gives a about those taxes but me and to pay attention to life unbelievable. These are the messages you take out of. These instances that i think most people would interpret it radically differently to choice. Yeah karen you've had one hundred and twenty five mini mini many guess through the show. Your experiences have taught you some glorious things. Yeah and yet. I expect you hear your guests saying things or you hear the people with whom you consult saying things and you wanna slap them in the head and say listen if you've seen the world through my allies that that this this thing that you're worrying about really pro because it's so important to them that's not the point. I don't know better than them. You know..

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"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"September ninth my husband went up to tuscaloosa to get our nineteen camper and we had to live in it for five months because our house got black. Mold and insurance doesn't cover it. I had no paycheck. We had nothing. I had to had to pay six years to get out of the farm We cashed in all retirement to save her house so forty six and fifty years old. We started over with a child. And she's going by now and said this is two thousand and ten employed four people so it's just started coming in the started coming in. They started coming in. And i kept saying that god told me to leave and the day after i had given it to god one night i was just crying and because i was miserable and i gave it to god the next day. I walked into pulmonary doctor's office in baldwin county and the stuff everywhere. Cheers were thrown. I said you really are leaving town. He was going through a divorce. And he said yeah. So what are you gonna do with these chairs. He said you own them. And i said how much she said why. Pay two hundred each form full wedding. Ring tim chairs. I said i can't pay that. And he said. I'll give everything to. I'll give them all type two hundred so the day after i had said tell me what to do i walk into an office and i have a full storage unit For fifteen hundred dollars some for full office including for coffee maker in a fax machine and so that was my sign. Said that's when. I left there so i have been saying you know when the mode i said this is just the test and the testimony on not giving up and i'm not a good person. I smoke drink. Cuss cuss like a sailor. And i kept saying god didn't want us did yet turns out the rely bars underneath a house. It was his parents house. Built in one thousand nine hundred two. There were so many things that could have killed us and there was big black mold in the ductwork and interesting covered. I had so many business client france. I did a lot of tax returns that year. And i mean i can remember one time the houses duct up per client and so they came in and was trying to. They got rid of you know. It has processed to get rid of by modus drone throughout your house. The whole house had the beginning throwaway. Diapers. i mean it was just awful and we lived in that nineteen foot camper with everything we owned in pods in..

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"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"You got into a a firm locally and you begin practicing and at some point you said now. This isn't for me. I don't like firm business. I don't like being here. I'd like to do something different. That take twenty five years though. Did it really thought it was much more quickly than that. No i graduated college ninety one. We got pregnant my last quarter college so i had to take a bookkeeping john because we are hungry only eat so many roman noodles and he worked offshore the first fifteen years together. We only saw each other five of them really. He was gone two weeks out of three so and he didn't come off the boats to say we were married three and a half years by the time katie came along and was twelve when he because we had made a deal early on that when my career took off we would swap and we did it so he was able to come off the boats and then you know you can call whoever breadwinner. That's why it doesn't matter to us. So nineteen ninety six. I was going to church. I was on the best at saint. Andrews episcopal off the parkway and mike sermon sermon. Franklin plaski the firm was at that time and I called him up. Because i had passed the cpa. Your past the cpa to ninety six and so because i tried working on a nba lewa. Now when i'm sick of this and stu- studied and studied. And when i took the test it was nineteen hours long over three days and to go to montgomery to do it and found the past all the parts on that and called mike sermon up and i said hey mike and which i grew up five houses down from him down on the parkway and said hey do i get. I'm sending out resumes. Ken i use my cpa initials. Even though i haven't worked in that he said come interview and i went. No he's come interview. I said no. He said why. Won't you interview with my farm. I said because. I heard you know. Is that the what. I call candor. And you call bluntness coming out in. They're pretty much what which again. But and he's an interview with one of my partners. I said i inside did. And i was there fourteen years. In fact wrinkle left is ninety. Six started ninety nine. I became milan partner. Two thousand and four bought innis assure shareholder. Frankel hood leapt so as someone plaski. And then i wanted my name on the door and they said no. No no you know. Look it williams millard. They're you know they're not even part of it anymore. We're going to stick with serna plaskitt. I said okay fine because somebody had asked me a long time ago. You want the title. You want the money. I'll give you one the other really. Yeah and i said the money. So i stuck true to that and was building my practice. No eight polaski left who I admire both these men by the way but plus our much better friends divorce business married and so then in two thousand and ten..

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"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"Podcasts is a long story. i'll keep it short when i approached my fifty th year. I allowed myself to ask the question. What do i wanna do versus. What do i feel like. I should be doing for fifty years. I've responded to what i felt. I should be doing. When i asked myself what i wanted to do. One of the things came up interview. Radio show. I love a good interview. I love a good interview television radio whatever so i gave myself permission to think about this thing into create a idea and i approached one six five about it and they took it. We're now in our third year hundred and sixty some odd episodes later. What i tried to do is find leaders in the business community whether they're local to mobile or across the nation who can speak with some sort of intelligence about the trends shaping their business whether it be workplace workforce or marketplace trends. I want them to come on and talk about those trends and how they have adjusted to accommodate those trans or buck. The trend or found the trends to be irrelevant. Whatever it may be with the hope that the listener will be able to hear something that makes them a little bit better. What it is that they do. We all have trends in our business and the trends are different from business to business but how we can react to the trends might be something that carries through different businesses. The way to think about it. So the radio show continues to find those people and put them on the radio. And i truly love it. Work load high profit margins vary. But i enjoy a great deal in fact this afternoon. We'll be interviewing. The ceo of a fishing apparel company called hook h. u. k. And he is built a business. He identified a trend in the marketplace. That no one was exploiting and he's built a business exploiting this trend and he's a great storyteller as well so i've met him before he'll be on the show so it broadcasts twice a week now. This is new news wednesdays at six pm on one zero six five and it's a repeat saturdays at two pm on one one. Oh six five and posts. Monday morning prior to the windy wednesday broadcast as a podcast. Okay yes sean sullivan..

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"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"Not where to place it. I don't have any expertise in design but what to say about themselves so that when each of these different generations reads it. They say. I want more information. I had a psychologist once. Tell may i'm was complaining about something and she was actually. I was recipient for her business and she said my husband used to drive me crazy when i was sick. Just rubbed me just web arm or rub my bag and i hated it and find out. Why are you doing that. It came out because that's what he wanted. He didn't feel good so we try to do that. I think in our businesses and our selling and even talking we try to push something on someone the way we like to receive it instead of concentrating on the way that person needs to receive it which is absolutely a human characteristic. It's absolutely normal. Once you you wake up to the fact that this may not be what they want you become in my opinion so much more effective at what it is that you do and i say this. Every time i'll say tomorrow in the webinar as well as to this other defense client so much of what i teach is self reflection so much of what i teach is learn more about yourself so that you can become more effective to other people. It's hidden in a seminar about other people but the truth is this is really about learning about yourself. Well just a few shows back. Had john sorta on and his honesty. I had so much respect for that man because he recognized that he was trying to push the beer that he likes on everybody else a non everybody liked it so we'll it's not them. It's me and over my thirty years of working with business clients that is a common denominator. Which one with them. I have the best product. I'm the best this. I'm the best that now. You're not otherwise people would be buying from you. It's a cold dose of water. But it's water that i think you know here's cam marston. Preaching its wisdom and wisdom comes with time and once you receive this wisdom become receptive to it. You become much more effective at what you do with the realization that what i like is only liked by me. I might find these people. But as i bring my product or service our ideal to marketplace. It's their opinion that matters and goodness knows. I've got a long list of product ideas for my business. That i thought were brilliant and had i asked somebody else before i spent a lot of time on them. I probably would have saved a lot of money. I think people do so much better when they realized what they suck it. That's exactly right. There are many billboard get Thankfully i've got a team around me. That helps me. Take care of the things that i suck at. That's why my teams are so big. I need that many people. Because they're better at what i say. Yeah i am rotten with details of the events for example if it was up to me tomorrow to be there on time on that webinar. I there's no telling. I would miss it. I'd miss them all. But i got somebody that says reminding you need to be in front of your computer with your lighting set up tomorrow at noon for the twelve thirty launch of the webinar and dressed appropriately of these little details that.

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"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"The road like balance life balance at some point is what i understand. I don't have the data behind this at some point. Committing to an employer is becomes wealth-building. So you've changed jobs to better yourself. You change jobs a yourself at some point committing that to an employer for a longer stretch than two years is probably the prudent thing to do as the millennials are now into their forties. We're beginning to see commitments to employers that are lasting a lot longer than the historical to your job hops. That's interesting math. I thought would have been. How do you retain them. There's a lot of tools. For retention the primary retool for retention when it comes to the millennial generation at their life stages. Today is a very clear mission of the organization. Who are we in. what do we do. Who do we do it for. And why do we do it. So it needs to be a clear driven mission of what you stand for and undoubtedly pay and undoubtedly benefits and undoubtedly work life balance and undoubtedly flex work arrangements matter but that mission continues to hold the millennials in place more than any other thing that you can do so the companies and i was on the phone with not long ago Looking at their website is we talked. Had no clear mission. They were very good at what they did. But you didn't get a sense of who they did it for and why they did it. And my advice to them was refined that mission and be articulate that mission in everything you do and you'll find recruiting and retention of this next generation. Easier not easy but easier. Quite a few months ago i moved into a role. A cfo and it was amazing. That people didn't realize why they were doing what they were doing. They just knew they were supposed to do. And not to be a silent senate puppet but people understand the why their willingness to make that better do reach a goal..

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"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"marston" Discussed on Cheers To Business

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"marston" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"marston" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And I'm here with Ryan Marston, One of the partners at Rabin. Oh, and Lang Wealth partners each week. One of the guy sits down kind of gives you a different viewpoint. You know, Sam, who's been here for 30 years, you know, talks about just don't lose the money in. Come in. Come in. Come is King. And then John and Ryan. Some of the newer partners here, Rabin Oh, and Lang was sit down, talk a little bit about investments and tax planning and all the different worries that go into the whole idea of retirement and Ryan. I got to believe this is true that the number one worry that people come through the door with is I just don't want to run out of money in retirement. Am I going to be okay? Did I save enough? Is that what you see? It is definitely what we see. You know, I'd say that's the most common line when we're sitting down with people against people with him over the phone. And like you just said there's so many things that actually factor into that, though you know it is taxes. It is the investments you own. It is your withdraw rural strategy from those investments. It's timing everything right from Social Security to your pensions, and maybe any other sources. And making sure it all fits together in one cohesive plan specifically for you. Well, I've been doing radio shows about investing and retirement planning for seven years, and it's always been. I don't want to run out of money. That's the number one fear. Well, the people that simply wise Did a new survey and they asked the question. What's your number? One worry and it changed now. People are saying, my number one worry is that Social Security will run out of money. So that's a little bit of a diversion there. So Ryan, what about that our people so worried about Social Security now that they could make a poor decision or what do you hear from people? It depends. I think it is different answers for different people. But I think more than ever like it's becoming aware that, you know, so secure. Ready is, you know potentially be running a deficit. And if you look on your social security statements that you now have to go to so security doctor for in my so security, you can log in and see it. It says that your benefits could potentially be reduced at you know, X point in time. So now on top of that, you know what's taken place over the course of the last year in this country and adding debt. You know significant amounts of debt to, you know, high amount that we already have, I think probably causes people concern for so security and is becoming, you know, people are just more aware of the trouble, so security is in. But with that said, I don't think You know, I'd like to think we live in a good country and I don't think the government would allow that to happen. So I think it would jeopardize a lot of people's retirement lodge and significantly impact things even greater. If so, security benefits were reduced sooner or later. Those guys are gonna have to act. It's going to be in the 11th hour. Their backs are going to be against the wall, and they'll finally make a decision on. Yeah, yeah, You're just gonna make sure you have a safety net set up just in case that does happen, But don't just start so security is early as possible. Because you think it might run out at some point in time, because that actually could really impact the rest of your investments in the tax strategy within your investments Pretty negatively in actually hurt your long term probability, success and retirement well from a husband and a wife kind of standpoint here, If if the husband files that 62. He's going to get the lowest possible payment. If he passes away early in men usually do pass away. That means the wife is going to have that social security payment for the rest of her life. And that is the lowest payment and then not only that, when she goes into being alone single, she becomes head of household. She goes into a different tax bracket. She gets a double whammy. This is not a good situation to put your wife in. Yeah, if she didn't have her benefits were lower. That would be the situation and If that does happen, you really gotta look into that and plan when you're making your choices, right? And if you're doing that, and you know, I would look to the wife and say, Is this enough to live on and I would you know, Knock on wood. Something happened to your husband. In 10 years down the road at 72, because you could very well have another 15 plus years of retirement life. So could you live on this with maybe a slight cost of living adjustment to this so security if he passed And if the answer's no, it's we got to make some changes. Either. We differ not so security or come up with a better strategy with the other investments in retirement plan that you have. You've heard it over and over that Social Security was never designed to be your sole source of income in retirement, And I just heard Ted Benna, who is the guy who invented the 401 K, he said this in December. Fora. One case were never meant to be the sole source of income in retirement. So what do you get from that? You need more than one source of income, don't you, Ryan? You do you do you know for if you're still in the accumulation stage of your life, and maybe make a good income, you know very well could be that they means test so security is a way to kind of revamping it. But if you're gearing up You know, in the home stretch, you know, 5 10 years away from retirement. I would really not bank on so security. Unless it's you know, very sufficient amount of so security given what your expenses are, but that we don't see that very often, But you need to make sure you have other Investments set up to help or as a safety net. Or maybe, as AH, one again cohesive plan or income strategy that couples would so security so you can draw You know some money from your investments as well as so security and maybe rental income or pension. That all has to go together. That might be you're worried. You know you you say I know Social Security is out there for me. Don't know when to file. I shouldn't take it early. Should I take it my full retirement age? Should I wait till 70 like everybody says and get the highest possible number? You know, that might be the reason that you contact us and say, I need to set up one of those calls guys and sit down and talk about that. Maybe you've got one of your social security accounts there and you've looked online and you say, OK, this is how much I'm going to get. I like that number. But when should I file you know what? Let's sit down and talk about it. No cost. 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"marston" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"marston" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"I'm luckier than most people. In terms of like the axis. That i got to just by virtue of the show that i was a part of that of ghost hunters but You know there's there's plenty of places out there that you could get to and you know you especially now during kobe. If you're going in there with like a small of people and you say hey you know. A lot of historical places are hurting for money. Going to see opportunistic. But you know that's capitalism for you. You know you go in and you say hey. Here's a couple of bucks. I five is place for the night. And i'm pretty sure a lot of these prices would definitely let you eventually places places dot like probably have never been investigated before that of a lot of history you know ever opened up the power investigators but now they have to shutdown. So how are they gonna make money. Say i'll make a donation of five hundred bucks with me and my friends can come in and do so. Yeah sure going for your money together. Get in there and you'll probably get the best evidence you've ever done in your life tony out. Yeah i do agree with you. I have a question for you from the chat room Our kids interested in the paranormal. That's from deanna. My kids are five and two The pretty young but my son's favorite movie growing up was ghostbusters. You want you love. there's was super for. He was just three when you know. I had to tell them. Hey daddy's gonna die is gonna be away from home for a couple of weeks at a time and you're not gonna see him as much to why and i'm glad he's gonna tv show ghost hunters all. He heard ghostbusters so when it's until he's told all his friends that his dad's it goes goes all these friends they call you know they. They think i'm a ghostbuster and other kids on the block. Now you remember clusters trying to do johnny reactor.

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'You'll Never Walk Alone:' Singer Gerry Marsden dies at 78

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

'You'll Never Walk Alone:' Singer Gerry Marsden dies at 78

"Singer Jerry Marston of Gerry and the pacemakers has died after a short illness related to a heart infection according to his friend Marsden was seventy eight marches are a letter with a look at his career don't let catching in the early nineteen sixties one of the Beatles biggest musical rivals was Gerry and the pacemakers both groups were signed by Brian Epstein Gerry Marsden led the group with songs like don't let the sun catch you crying ferry cross the Mersey and how do you do it the pacemakers version of you'll never walk alone is an anthem for soccer club Liverpool the group broke up in nineteen sixty seven and Marston later had a career on British television

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Will Joe Biden be the Food Tech President?

Smart Kitchen Show

05:46 min | 2 years ago

Will Joe Biden be the Food Tech President?

"We're here for another editorial podcast. We're gonna go around the horn. We have with this gin marston jen. Hello chris albrecht are you. I'm good how you doing mike. I'm doing well. I feel like today's this week is a little more relaxing than last week. Which i know about you guys kept hitting refresh. My browser to get news. Don't have to do that this week. just a little bit of a relief on that regard but the the food tech news is actually pretty hyper active this week and i feel like there's been like three or four stories around mcdonald's in the new plant beefburger alone chris the mkx plant. Can you tell what's going on with that dude. I have no idea. It's kinda crazy. So they announced yesterday they had some investor virtual investor day. today were recording on tuesdays. This was monday suddenly like. Oh we've got this thing called plant. So this is a notable for a few reasons. One of which being mcdonald's has sort of sat out here in the us anyway on the plant based burger craze so whereas burger king introduced impossible whopper last year and white castle has it's impossible sliders and even burger king had an upper. Kfc had dipped its toes in with some pilots on plant based chicken. You hadn't heard anything from mcdonald's than they had run some tests with something. They called the plt eighties. Kid makes me think of pyti but the plt up in canada which they did in conjunction with beyond. Now here's where it gets interesting. Because in the announcement yesterday they said. Hey we're making this plant Which on its own makes you want to say macpoilin for those people who watch the it's always sunny in philadelphia the The so this mc plant burger is coming next year But they didn't say who what they said. Actually they said developed Culinary team made by mcdonald's for mcdonalds so hearing that was like okay. they're making their own. They tried beyond didn't do what they wanted to do. So they're making their own and then a lot of people reported this right so beyond stock took a tank took a dive yesterday. Because they're like. Oh you're not be doing it for mcdonald's and then mcdonald's came around and said oh actually you know actually rephrase this so mcdonald's center around a clarification and let me just because this gets crazy so their pr person sent me calms team. Sent me an email saying in the same way. Mcdonalds has not run its own farms. We are not manufacturing plant based meat for the client platform notice. It's a plant for platform about a food We will rely on our suppliers the third leg and mcdonald's three legged stool blah blah blah blah blah. Right then it says mc beyond meat was our testing partner for the plt plant based burger in canada and we have not announced which suppliers we will work with on mcclymont so clear as mud like cagey cage. Yeah well and then beyond came out yesterday and said hey actually. We co created the plant and You know they were but that was on their own call. Mcdonald's didn't say anything about it right so The but beyond said beyond meat and mcdonald's co created the plant based patty which will be available as part of mc plant platform. But they don't say going forward. That beyond meat is the supplier right. So this may sound muddled because it we're still trying to figure sort through the news it does sound like there may be implying it but there's no definitive i did I think you may be posted in the slack. The picture of the beyond beyond meat stock in lewis. One of those pictures were it. Went off a cliff around eight. A m and win. There's a curfew Around at all of a sudden jumped back up like it was a huge like And so i. I don't understand the kgb's mcdonald's wants everyone to think that they do everything themselves. But like we know they don't grow their own potatoes or simply naito they. We know that they work with the we know they don't own a cattle. The work with farmers wasatch secretiveness. I i don't have. They ever co branded a burger before I don't think so no so. I mean that you could say that for anybody like i don't have white castles. That are burger. King has ever done that but you know they look at impossible. Burger right with the impossible Beyond the big. Doesn't i mean burkey has impossible right rapper. And and i guess from mcdonald's perspective maybe thinking well there's not a lot of differentiation if like all of a sudden a bunch of other fast food restaurants are having beyond meat in their burgers I think maybe they just wanna claim that it's uniquely felt for them I don't know other than that. I can't really feel why. I mean i think then possible walker was developed. Fairly uniquely for them. I mean it. Has that weird kind of gross x-ray on like that a grill taste or that flame royal tastes that his uniquely burger king. Impossible has Which makes me think they've spray somewhere chemical on it but But i i get it and by the way mc plant can we just discuss the name a little bit like myself walked in. He goes dead. Mcdonald's has a new plant burger called mc plan because he goes. I started laughing. How dumb the now. This is my teenage son. So yeah it's not playing well the number that it is has it said. It's like so absurd. You can't forget it

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Happiness is your choice. Choose your choice

Sprinkled with Hope

04:24 min | 2 years ago

Happiness is your choice. Choose your choice

"Welcome to sprinkle with hope. Podcast is your host jason. Today me and shane are going to be talking about an awesome subject. Something that we really like. And that is happiness. And so i got a quote here. That i'm gonna read positive. Psychology researchers. sonia born ski describes happiness as the experience of joy contentment or positive wellbeing combined with a sense. That one's life is good meaningful and worthwhile. I thought it would be good with that because you know we often think what. What does it take to be happier. What is happy. And that's it the experience of that contentment that the positive well being and when you have those you're just so much more happy and so i wanted to just define it real quick. The oxford english dictionary gave a definition of happiness. And this is what it says the state of being happy. So you know like all right. That's cool so they they define it a little bit more. So what so. And i looked it up. What is what is so what is happy. What does that mean to be happy so the oxford english dictionary says and this is where it gets a little bit. More helpful is the feeling or showing pleasure or contentment. And that's why. I thought as we define what happiness or being happy is. It's as if sonia herself was saying that right because that's what her quote says that that feeling of contentment. And so i just think to define happiness or being happy. What is that mean. And and so. Our discussion today is going to be unhappiness. that ties right into a quote. I have by ralph marston. He started the daily motivator. So if you go kim up you can find him. On the daily motivator. He just talks. He gets quotes and everything but he says and i love this. Happiness is a choice not a result. Nothing will make you happy until you choose to be happy. No person will make you happy unless you decide to be happy. You're happiness will not come to you. It can only come from you. I thought that was so good that it really is a choice. We re talk a lot about that. That a lot of things in life are choice and happiness is no different. It really is a choice that we all have to make each day. Do we want to be happy or do we not not happy. It's again a choice to for us to decide. How long are we going to allow ourselves to not be happy. Or how long is it gonna take us for decide to decide yeah. We're just going to be happy. I honestly believe that is a choice and we each have to make that a lot throughout the day. It's not just a choice. We make first thing when we get up. It happens throughout the day. So don't be an and then be right now. And when i say that i'm meaning don't say to yourself. Well if i if. I get these new shoes then. I'll be happy or if i get a new house then i'll be happy. It's if i get this then i'll be happy. Be a right now. Decide right now that you wanna be happy and don't wait for those things that may or may not come just site today to be happy absolutely and we have that decision right. We have that ability to choose. And so as i said those definitions i just wanted to pull up a few points out about that. The importance of happiness and so one is is a state not a trait You got that kind of find that to be a little bit. Catchy right. it's just a state of what you are. Not a trait of of a person right so in other words isn't long lasting permanent beach. Your personality trait but more of a fleeting changeable state. And so. I think that you have that ability to change whether you're happy or not and so so. That was the first point. The second one is. Happiness is equated with a feeling of pressure pleasure or contentment. Meaning that happiness is not to be confused with joy or ecstasy or bliss or other more intense feelings and so because those are different right. Those other words are different things so don't mistake. Happiness for those things

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Washington, DC - One highway worker killed, two injured in Maryland work zone crash; Transportation Secretary implores drivers to slow down

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Washington, DC - One highway worker killed, two injured in Maryland work zone crash; Transportation Secretary implores drivers to slow down

"Highway highway worker was killed overnight. Maryland's transportation secretary is now urging you to slow down near work zones. Angered and saddened, Maryland Transportation Secretary Greg Slater said. That's his reaction to the crash that killed 34 year old Christopher Marston of New Jersey, a state highway contractor who was hit by a driver of a jeep that slammed into a work truck along Interstate to 70 Ellicott City early Thursday morning to other contractors were injured. Maryland State police say Amber warning lights designating a work zone were operating when the crash occurred. The crash remains under investigation. Maryland law requires drivers to slow down and move over when approaching a work zone. Kate

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Emily Davison trampled - June 4, 1913

This Day in History Class

02:59 min | 2 years ago

Emily Davison trampled - June 4, 1913

"The Day was June fourth, nineteen thirteen. suffragette emily. Davison was trampled by a horse at the EPSOM Derby. She died four days later. The intentions of her actions leading to the accident have been a topic of debate. In one thousand, nine, hundred six Davidson joint, the women's Center and Political Union, the WSB, you was a militant political organization that campaigned for women's suffrage in the UK. At the time Davis analyst thirty four years old, and worked as a governess, but she soon left her job to work for the movement full-time. Davison was a devout Christian and advocated for socialism as a feminist in suffrage it. She was militant and often confrontational. She was arrested and imprisoned several times. She went to jail for the first time in nineteen o nine. After marching to see Prime Minister H H. Asquith with a group led by suffragette Dora Marston. She and several other women ended up being charged with. And assaulting police. Davidson was later imprisoned for throwing stones at people and setting pillar boxes on fire. While in prison she would go on hunger strikes and was forced. In nineteen twelve she jumped from a prison balcony and protests of her treatment and injured her head Vertebrae. When June fourth, nineteen, Thirteen Davison attended the derby she had to W. S. U. Flags, which bore the colors purple white and green. She found a spot at Tattenham. Corner the last bid for the final straight. As the horses came round. TATTENHAM Corner Davison ducked under the railing and onto the track. Once he made it onto the track. King George the fifth struck her. Davison was knocked unconscious in Horse Bill in through office. Jockey Pervert Jones. The incident was Connor Camera. Davison and Jones were taken to the hospital Jones had concussion. Sent home, but Davidson never regained consciousness and died from a fracture at the base of her skull on June eighth. Davison funeral on June. Fourteenth involved a procession of thousands of people. The W. S. p. you pegged her as a martyr while the media question her mental stability and pointed to her reputation as a militant suffragette. Opinion is divided on whether Davison intended to die or just wanted to disrupt the Derby. Some historians say that she was trying to attach a flag to the horse. Other people believe that she was trying to cross the tracks in something that she was trying to pull the horse down. At the time Davison was carrying a return train to get from EPSOM and had made plans with her sister for the near future, some people point to this fact as evidence that she did not intend to die by suicide that day. When World War One broke out in nineteen fourteen WSB founder Emily Pankhurst, suspended the organisation's militant activities and focused on recruiting women to the war effort.

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Kurtis Rainbolt-Greene's Path to Coding

Ruby on Rails Podcast

08:45 min | 3 years ago

Kurtis Rainbolt-Greene's Path to Coding

"To the show. Curtis thank you for having me. I appreciate it wonderful. So Curtis what is your developers story. Yes so I suppose. I started off by playing these text based multiplayer games when I was younger when I was around eighteen. Seventeen They're called Meshes. Just think of it now as tabletop but with Zork really old school stuff and I wanted to build my own games. Those world knows and those required learn how to code and the language that was used on these servers. The service rid themselves written often and see your Java because interest what you wrote back then but they had their own internal language. That was really A lot like list but worse in that you could only have you only have twenty seven variables total and also no white space. You couldn't have any whites. Macy's all single line It was horrible but I learned to build some things and eventually Someone came along my early mentor. Mike Richter who currently lives like leaving of Wuhan China He was like. Hey you should actually learn a real language. And so he presented me with like erling and Haskell in Ruby much as a grant I chose Ruby and started building websites Sinatra. I remember an early memory of Talking to communicating with Constantine The creator of Sinatra and the former CEO Travis ci about Sinatra and building things in. I built this template I guess. Yeah template for Sinatra buildings not up sites. That's all you had to do. I just dipped it up in. Send it to him And that was my first experience with sharing code with someone but then eventually got a job writing ruby software in Eugene Oregon while places for thirty two thousand dollars a year and I thought that was an incredible amount of money. Actually didn't I didn't consider my background. I didn't know what that when he said he just said thirty two thousand dollars. I didn't know what that meant like. Obviously he wasn't paying me thirty thousand dollars an hour. That'd be ridiculous but It was my first shop. And I I I completely I was very bold in what I told them. I knew about rails because that's what they're hiring. They were hurting for junior to help her. So that probably helped by definitely told him. I knew more rails than I did. That was interesting through shop and that was the start. That's that's what got me on. That is so awesome. What we what a cool way to get into programming so my original next question was how much has ruby on. Rails made an impact on your career. But before we get into that. I'm curious. What led you down to Sinatra before you saw rails. Which is I think. Different than what most programmers to listen to this. Podcast have experienced sure so yet. Understand this before Padrino rb. I don't even know if Ruby developers no between rb is anymore between RB was A. It's not you're it's not your based but rails everything else like I had the whole Shebang but Sinatra was bare bones and I knew from talking not only to my mentor. Who while he got me in he was more of a best friend Wade phrases? He was like a lighthouse more than anything else. He didn't guide me through things. He just told me what to avoid. And he gave me a blueprint for how to act he was of a very disgruntled man. Who who he had originally done software for a weather agency. I remember him. Tell me a story about how. He was being forced to write bad software for the weather system in Canada and he refused and had to quit because he didn't want to kill anybody. Now Hell Upton early impact but he was. He was at a soccer at that point other than like playing with two other languages like fourth or a prologue. I knew I had this idea from early. Star that to be an important programmer you had to have important opinions. And I knew that an important opinion to have at the time was whether rails was too bloated magical or if you could just you Sinatra because I remember an ad talk recently talked to someone at hub or former employees burly in their career early in their career. Get up get a whole bunch of Sinatra services like these standalone release thin services and and as from that era was the discussion was. Oh you know. You shouldn't use rails to big employers too much you you know if you go off the magical path you'll You'll get you won't be able to do what you need to do. You should not because thin light and I saw that opinion. I didn't understand it at all. Like like from fundamental level. But I knew it was an important to have and I knew that engineers had talked you. They had very angry opinions. And if I wanted to be an engineer I also had to have an angry opinion so I picked Sinatra with no other reason than it was the underdog and that was a compelling story. I love that I am definitely going to be stealing the terminology of an important opinion because I think it summarizes so many thoughts that you see out there on twitter and get hub issues and sometimes justified. Sometimes they're not but I think that's such a great way to get into development and so I'm guessing now you've explained that you did eventually get into ruby on rails with that junior development job so day by day is your first inclination to reach for rails or do you reach her Sinatra I. I haven't touched Nayarit in ages which is not a indication of Sinatra being bad. In a way it's still up masterful piece of software for Especially for given the early Nisa Ruby at the time. But I if I'm building a new project these days is going to be a phoenix. Honestly because I'm really enjoying it but I I'll be honest. They will never be appointed the rest of my life where I won't get offered or rails job or will be comfortable getting into a rails project It is it is the staple of my existence and our ability to to write software. I feel the exact same way so I just returned back from Paris. Rb where I gave a talk highlighting several tools and one of those tolls was VCR. Which I see you are a current maintainers so first off. Can you explain to me what? Vcr says sure So I who the best way I can explain to be CR. It's IT'S A. It's a library that shouldn't exist. Which sounds like a flippant or Insulting to Myron early work a Original author is Hiran Marston genius. Engineer one of just one of the best ruby developers around there It's a way to make through a ACP mocking library like web. Mock or Fake Web deprecated now It's a way for your program to make. Hcp requests and capture them before they go out and either stop them or respond with a fake response is a mocking library for for the engines out there. Who understand what Mommy Library? It's a mock library to specifically for the complexities of But largely it is a last ditch effort in your test suite to Prevent real requests going out from your test week In reality though I am a big opinion that it should be. You should be moccasins. Closer to home like maybe before the the ACP layer. But if if you need to if you need to to prevent real requests from going out and then playback or request when you've written or one that you've recorded from previous requests than VCR's had to

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LA to fight homelessness with 'Housing Central Command,' similar approach to natural disasters

All Things Considered

01:11 min | 3 years ago

LA to fight homelessness with 'Housing Central Command,' similar approach to natural disasters

"Dealing with homelessness in Los Angeles is mostly the job of one agency the only homeless services authority or blossom and today it announced a new approach to housing people it's modeled on what the federal government does after natural disasters KCRW's and Scott explains one challenge in addressing homelessness in LA is the number of entities involved you've got county city and federal agencies all working on different pieces of the puzzle in the past a lack of coordination between those entities has contributed to a complicated slow system for example there's an average wait time of ten months between a person being matched to subsidized housing and actually signing the lease this new effort is supposed to streamline things it's called housing Central Command it brings representatives from various government agencies into the same room every day to share information and it pulls data so officials know how many permanent supportive housing units are available at any given time and how long it's taking to move people into them the new command structure was rolled out by losses interim director Heidi Marston she took over after the previous leaders step down in December county officials say that every day one hundred and fifty people become homeless in

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Is Sonic Bad Enough?

Filmhaus

11:13 min | 3 years ago

Is Sonic Bad Enough?

"We waited three extra months to get that toothy blue hedgehog on the big screen but was the waiting worth it today will be reviewing sonic the hedgehog and by Proxy Olive Garden and Zillow joining us for another episode of Film House. You guys This is a big one big big anticipated so big that there is no sponsor this week we could've said why do it gets less views than other videos and sponsors repeatedly during to sponsor this they don't ask now. We can't possibly have bias unless it's olive garden or Zillow or maybe Amazon Toyota trucks I'm joined here. I'm your host James Homes for this podcast early unbiased podcast review and then. I'm joined here by police Adam. I'm the the two biggest sonic fans. Could I honestly think you're looking at the three of us going? This guy fronts clearly a sonic. There's tails knuckles over there But I don't like to put labels on people okay. We are going to just jump right train. But we're going to your cream. You don't WanNa be wouldn't be amy now. You're GONNA be details. This cat tale sounds terrible until you look at the other options So yeah we're talking about Sonic the Hedgehog or we get into thoughts and opinions. Well we want to give the basic plot less. How does it make sense that sonic is here in the year? Two Thousand Twenty. I'm talking about like realistically like this movie. Come about sonic. The hedgehog is the story of a blue magical hedgehog who was born in another dimension with magical powers the power of running fast and generating electricity from running so fast moving so fast static cling something like that And lives as a baby hedgehog for a couple years on an island that has loops Under the tutelage the popular sonic character long claw. Which is now. I've never heard of before. I did see some comments. Online people like they really botched. The story is that I didn't know if that was part of the actual origin story. Yeah no we'll get into that about whether or not they botched sonic lore okay but But yes until until in pursuit of that power Sonic is sent away through the power. They have magical rings. And if you throw the ring and you think of a place then you can go to that place. Oh Sonic is sent through with the rings to safety in. That place happens to be Earth Montana. Montana a town called greenhills which I'm just going to tell you drove me crazy because it's green hill zone They they thought it was Green Hills Zone. No no that was green hills. One they will they call it green hills the whole time hill. I guarantee you. There was a discussion between writers were they said greenhills versus Greenhill. Sounds like more of a name of a small town adding that s makes it sound more like a small town actual name than just calling at Greenhill? I think Greenhill is better though I agree with you. Listen I think someone had a discussion to go. But what would make sense? And when you're dealing with the blue hedgehog running fast right so anyway. He's in Green Hills a phrase that they repeat a thousand times over the course of the movie just in case you got it. He Plays Ping Pong on hilltop road. Which is another just random level that they picked Can we goes on so anyway. It's a very small town and not a lot going on but sonic has male life for himself although in isolation and he's kind of lonely sometimes but also has really bad. Add so it's hard keeping track of what he's actually feeling at any given moment got great J. O. Dan Got a great J. O. Dan James Marsden is a cop. He appears to be one of the two cops that work in the town. That's very small town but he hates it. He hates the people Can't wait. He wants to go somewhere. Where the action is. He says. It's real boring babysitter to the inhabit. This town because he's helping ducks crossed the street. He's cleaning people's gutters. He wants to actually help save. Someone's he wants to do some genuine police work. And behold Hedgehog falls right on his lap and so so then Sonic in a fit of loneliness starts to run in a circle so fast that he has magical electricity powers that caused the government to take notice so the government sends one of their unclear. He's like a consultant Kind of like an maybe science officer maybe like a contract. Scientists that the military had got had given the like What are they called like a grant I grant that they dislike then like well? We need this work done. So we're GONNA get water or whatever but then they realize like Oh. This person is very unhinged. Yeah all they. Don't stop them or anything. You just see. There's a couple generals that have meaning. They're like sending robotic. Botany goes and then a robot. Nick does whatever he wants to the rest of the movie. Either way what he's trying to do he's trying to figure out what caused this thing quickly finds out that it's caused by this hedgehog talking hedgehog and then the race begins because sonic is like. I need to get out of here He tries to use his rings but Fails the rings accidentally get lost in San Francisco and so now he and James Marston Travel have to go on a road trip to San Francisco. Known Writer Rings. So that we tonic and cyclops must race and their Toyota pick-up trucks on sonically gives out this electromagnetic pulse that robot contract so he's like constantly on his tail. Unintended yes So that's that's the basic premise of this movie about a video game from the nineties Let's let's start with some non spoiler he stuff sure. I don't think this is good. Here's the thing is not good. It's not bad it's just sort of is which is I think it's just it kind of depends on what you want out of anything. I guess like the kids move. If you hate your life so much that forgetting you know that you have to go to the grocery store or shower that night or any sort of responsibility is better for you than just then be having to be aware of those things so you would rather see a movie that has moving things and you might forget about for an hour and forty minutes that you forget about pain. Then yes I would agree. That this is definitely worthwhile I don't know that makes it a good movie. It right currently has a sixty five percent on rotten tomatoes but a lot of the reviews seem to be. We thought this was going to be way worse. Which isn't exactly a positive review In my opinion I I saw so many kids to and sonic onesies who looked really tired last night. Their parents dragged into the He did the thing where he's sitting at the toilet with his shirt. And then they were. They were so excited about the potential of a sequel. Yeah so I was like well. That's probably who it's four was going to say it is. It's a kids movie but again we kind of got into this with our detective. Peak itchy review. The worst really stinks for me when we have a you know a subject matter. That's thirty years old twenty five thirty years old And then it's like well let's make a movie about it. That's fine but it's like and it should only be kids and that's kind of how sonic feels but the movie going audience people who are going to see they needed ride that balance right So they need to go. Hey Remember had Jim Carey acted in the ninety S. Wouldn't you love to see that for an hour? Yeah and you go. Oh Yeah I guess. This is sort of nostalgic and a weird. It's a weird way you you hit the nail on the head last night when you describe it is a sort of fish out of water at a time It's like it's really weird to be seeing this movie in here twenty twenty. It's like we dug up a time capsule arguably you could say the same thing about Paddington. Though when those Paddington movies came out I was like I remember being you know three years old and we had Paddington bear and we would watch old Paddington. But like I hadn't heard anything about it for twenty years I personally still maintain from a previous film house. Already talked about it. That the best version of this movie and I think you guys would agree would have been sonic and robotic chasing each other through the worlds of Sonic and the you know aunts Larry Cast of characters being other sonnet characters. Like I still think. That's the the ideal version of this movie. I mean there's a lot of could have been better for I mean there's a certain cold hard realities about these movies. Which is you know. It probably would have cost a lot more money if they wanted to. Make a fully animated you know bear on. Yeah animation. Interestingly enough all the trailers for movies that led up to this movie were all animated films. Like they were all there was like rumble. Which is a monster fighting thing? They were all fully animated films and I was like. Oh man the Tel Kinda wish. Sonic I wish they made it. Sonic movie that was animated as opposed to what this is which is a template. Like there's there's about one hundred of these movies just sitting around some executives office and someone can go in and do find replace whatever character with sonic. There are positive things about this movie. Yeah can you say more negative things? I sure well would you rather I guess. Would you rather do the negatives the positives I You can do the PA. You do positive mentioned it. Jim Carey is You know a Connecticut forced to watch when he's ONSCREEN Makes no difference what movie he's in? He's going to just have fun with it. Yeah I do think that there is a more fun and Zany and like robotics. Of course. He's he's an mad villain but there's Zanier wackier written character there with with wackier and and Were Madcap things to do than what he was doing which was just like shooting stuff at Sonic Lake. He got to laugh at me. Oh man there's a line it's it's in the trailers button when his assistant brings him his his cat is a and he's like. I love the way you make him. I still think that's so funny in the delivery. He's still I. I'm pretty sure they were like. Hey Jim you do whatever you want. Yeah where you're the funny guy like we wrote these lines and you can choose the read them or not But the do your thing dude. You're living cartoon. How

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Maine man wins $1 million in New Year's Eve Powerball Drawing

WBZ Morning News

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Maine man wins $1 million in New Year's Eve Powerball Drawing

"Eight a happy new year to a man in Maine who became power balls first a millionaire of that decade Blaine Marston a pastor doing Kagan who will take home about a seven hundred thousand dollars after taxes Marston was one of more than three hundred Powerball winners who won a trip to the Big Apple on new year's eve just after midnight his name was drawn by Ryan Seacrest during the broadcast of Dick Clark's new year's Rockin eve one way to bring in the new

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Red Dead Redemption jWas Popular in 2010 and Rightly So

Nerdificent

03:16 min | 3 years ago

Red Dead Redemption jWas Popular in 2010 and Rightly So

"Thousand ten also brought US red dead redemption which was released in May team at the two thousand ten red dead redemption was the spiritual successor to rockstars red dead revolver Volvo which was a western game that kind of came and went but red dead redemption was a moment redemption was win Rockstar. I think fully settled in and made a huge huge cinematic experience. And I think that's what's cool about it coming out the same year as mass effect two because mass effect two. I often at the time. said it was the best a SCI FI TV series slash movie that I've ever played and these are two games that were cinematic and true to John. Reid and red dead redemption. Truly had you following James Marston down. His Pat outlawed them and him trying to move past is past. But as we all know in the wild west you past always catches up to you it received rave reviews across the board and then led to some really cool deal see that came out in one game of the year from BG ex and best original score score best song game and best original game and I remember read. Deborah Re red dead redemption. Keep John's they revolver. I had the soundtrack Fort Fort. That's how into it I was is the soundtrack was fire and it was by Jose Gonzalez. If I remember correctly it was just looking at it. Yeah Jose Gonzales has he had he won best song but it was a beautiful soundtrack that complemented the a truly cinematic experience in videogames. And I truly truly truly truly If you haven't played it one or two I definitely would suggest you go check it out. This one's going to be a more personal recent one that because I think across the board not everyone was as big of a fan of this as as I was in two thousand and ten halo reach was released. It was a Prequel prequel to the halo series. That kinda showed the invasion that led to complete decimation And it's my favorite type of story trope where you start off. It's Kinda like rogue one where you start off in you know these heroes won't make it but you WANNA see how they go out and do it was truly a breath beautiful experience. I don't WanNa say cinematic again. Even though it was I feel like I'm saying cinematic too many times but it was a beautiful experience that I truly truly truly hope everyone gets a chance to play now that master chief collection is out on PC. Now let's talk about some movies here in two thousand ten. We had the release of kick ass which who the comic was fire and so was the movie the movie I think really tightened up some parts of the comic that you know just weren't I guess you could say kosher and I think now the movie doesn't hold up as well but I truly did enjoy it and I think that was a big moment for superhero movies because it also kind of invited the idea of superhero movies outside of the now successful Mc you Formula I got to put some respect on Scott. Pilgrim's name because that also came out in two thousand and ten which was truly a a fun movie and the comic is Super Fun. If you haven't checked it out yet might I suggest you do it.

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A new story from WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:13 sec | 4 years ago

A new story from WBZ Midday News

"Surfaces a deadly crash this morning Lawrence. It was just before three AM state. Police responding to a vehicle that rolled over off the Marston street route four ninety five ramp abode occupant of that vehicle was killed police are still trying to figure out

The U.N. Calls for an Immediate Halt to 'All Hostile Acts' in the Middle East

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:42 sec | 5 years ago

The U.N. Calls for an Immediate Halt to 'All Hostile Acts' in the Middle East

"Attorney's office indicating yarmuth officers went to a home in marston mill searched and noticed installation covering an opening to a section of the attic when officer sean gannon remove the installation you was shot in the head yarmuth police chief frank fredericks and says it was important to get this information out for the public's perspective i think is important to show some more detail so that what actually transpired can be clearly illustrated to the public so they're not making their own stories the report also indicates police found more than twenty five thousand dollars stashed in a wall at that house carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty five top isis leaders have been captured and a joint sting operation evolving raqi and usbacked syrian forces intelligence services reportedly used a cell phone belonging to a detained aid of the isis leaders to contact the commanders and ask them to meet in iraq when they arrived motorcycles were placed under arrest it is the latest defeat for the extremist group isis has now lost nearly all the territory it once held in iraq and syria the un secretary general is calling for an immediate hall to all hostile acts in the middle east antonio gutierrez urgent call to avoid a new conflagration comes after israeli forces bombed iranian targets in syria israel maintains the strikes were retaliation for a barrage of rockets iran targeted on isreaeli troops in the golan heights israel is called on the un security council to immediately condemn iran's attack coming up a new study finds horses have quite the memory keep it right here wbz news time six oh three traffic and weather together the.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Trailer Confirms Prequel, Reveals Marston

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01:33 min | 5 years ago

Red Dead Redemption 2 Trailer Confirms Prequel, Reveals Marston

"Yeah he's like that but yeah it's a it's a new show all about red redemption were starting with playing through read one step by step and talking about it as we go looking at redemption redemption one right the first episode the john marston episode lane through that getting all the news from ready to or for step aside the trailer which dropped yesterday we got that episode together pretty quick and then next week now got all this news next week's co host yield game over greg sit down together talk you know the guy worser talking about the influences to read dad things like like last week we talked about westworld we'll talk with gregg about a western movies and other stuff and it all ties together and build so whether you're really familiar with red dad and love and air superfan it's going to be show if you've never played red dead it's a great opportunity to jump in and play along with us because we're going to start the game next week so i think it's kind of a good sweet spot and then right around one read to to comes out as finish the first game all that plug set the reason i brought that up is there so much information to disseminate in this story we could spend a long time on it today so i'm gonna hit a few key points hit him first off gameplay details huge thrust and direction toward decision making in an open world which is one of the hardest things to do in video games the fact that they've created a dynamic reaction system that appears to be gauged every encounter and everything you're doing really cool second this people walking around and living real lives so it sets.

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Massachusetts top court declares stun gun ban unconstitutional

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02:24 min | 5 years ago

Massachusetts top court declares stun gun ban unconstitutional

"Passengers whose engine exploded mid flight in just two minutes today thousands of police officers from across the country expected on cape cod this afternoon for the wake of yarmouth police officer sean gannon we'll be telling you more about that as well i though this live update about that southwest flight cbs news special report a southwest airlines jet was en route from new york to dallas there was the sound of an explosion the left engine failed kyw's kim glovas says the plane diverted to philadelphia oxygen masks came down almost immediately the flight did land safely that was flight thirteen eighty it was moved to a remote area of the airport and passengers are now off the plane firefighters and other airport personnel are beginning their investigation into what happened with that engine passenger marty martinez was aboard that explosion critically injured a passenger that was sitting in seventeen years critically injured and taken on a stretcher off the plane martinez says the worst some scary moments after that explosion really like breed sounds like time my best you know greet them but then smoke was coming in through the window one hundred forty three passengers and five crew members were on that southwest flight that has landed safely in philadelphia cbs news special report i'm dave barrett the people of barnstable county in the commonwealth grief one of their finest lost in the line of duty last week they're getting company thousands of police officers from across the country expects it on cape cod this afternoon for the wake of yarmouth police officer sean gannon he was shot to death last thursday's he helped barnstable police serve a warrant in marston mills his funeral will be tomorrow hey stunning turnaround in massachusetts law thanks to the state's high court wbz's carl stevens explain last year the attorney for hey ramirez a man in revere charged with possession of a stun gun went before the state supreme court had made this argument the statute criminalizes the possession of a weapon that was created for the specific purpose of providing nonlethal self defense in case of confrontation which is the core purpose of the second amendment today to yesterday she agreed ruling the law banning civilians from owning stunguns is unconstitutional the court delayed its ruling for sixty days to give lawmakers time to craft a new law with regulations for.

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Ex-Dolphins cheerleader claims NFL discriminated against her because of her faith

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02:17 min | 5 years ago

Ex-Dolphins cheerleader claims NFL discriminated against her because of her faith

"Steve andrews would pioneer basement the sump pump is usually the most the collected item in the home and yet it's so important that it works when you need it most manufacturers recommend that you service shift sump pump at least once a year call the sump pump geeks at one eight four four four three three five two two five or go online at sump pump geek dot com we service all brands wbz radio has been following a developing story for the last several hours police officer had been reported in grave condition after being shot serving a warrant in the marston mills section of barnstable a sources tell wbz tv cheryl fan daca that the armored police officer is now dead multiple media outlets are also reporting that tonight and of course there has been a show of support from police stations all across massachusetts locally and statewide in support of this young police officer we are awaiting a news conference at some point tonight we'll have a lot more throughout the evening here on wbz right now we go back to the cbs evening news spent her sundays on the nfl sidelines cheering on the miami dolphins but she says she was mistreated by members of the football community because of her faith here's marina theory all as a miami dolphins cheerleader kristin where was a fan favorite but claims the league and the team discriminated against her because she was a christian told things like you can't mention god and i found out i was walking on eggshells but yet a football player can publicly announce whatever he believes in whether it's kneeling for political difference or kneeling because he does have a relationship with god and he wants to pray before a game he has the right to do that according to a complaint filed with the florida commission on human relations where says she was blatantly discriminated against based on her religion and gender and there was pervasive and severe abuse and harassment by the team director up and i said you know i am waiting for marriage and they said well as far as we're concerned you've taken something that was once upon a time pure and beautiful and you've made it dirty where is one of many nfl cheerleaders who are publicly complaining about double standards tied to their weight their wardrobe and their conduct if you're interested.

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United States, Bernice Corpuz and Lowell Wbz discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:13 min | 5 years ago

United States, Bernice Corpuz and Lowell Wbz discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"This is wbz newsradio ten thirty serving boston and all of new england wbz news time six eighteen mostly cloudy in boston fifty three degrees good afternoon i'm jeff brown thank you for being with us today our top stories in the wbz newsroom a suspect now in custody after allegedly shooting a police officer serving a warrant in the marston mill section of barnstable wbz tv says the yarmouth officer is now in grave condition at cape cod hospital no names have been released as of yet secretary of state nominee mike pompeo says he is committed to upholding the law that forbids the us from waterboarding detainees and president trump says an attack on syria could take place very soon or not so soon at all more details coming up on the cbs evening news with jeff glor tonight at six thirty right here at wbz police are still looking for the suspect in last night shooting in downtown lowell wbz's bernice corpuz reports at thirties have now defied the getaway car lease believe it was not a random attack a man walking with his girlfriend on merrimack street was shot in the chest after they were approached by another man we believe that there was some interaction i don't know if i'd following an altercation but there was some interaction between the two parties somewhere else in the city and then they met up again at this location police captain john webb says the victim went into a nearby sub shop for help while the suspect took off in a two thousand five gray honda accord with massachusetts plates nine n e one to one vehicle there us to call local police poverty relay the information the victim is recovering in a boston hospital in low bernice corpuz wbz newsradio ten thirty organizers are encouraging gun rights supporters to bring unloaded rifles to rallies at state capitals across the united states this weekend a group called the national constitutional coalition of patriotic americans is spreading word of the gatherings on social media they're meant to counter a recent wave wave of student led protests against gun violence the group says it has permits for rallies saturday and massachusetts says well as forty four other states there.

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