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"max store" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"The first nine eleven documents after biden's order. Us capitol police arrest a man with a bayonet near the dnc headquarters in dc january. Six select committee is asking for information from social media. Companies and amy coney barrett is concerned about the public perception of the supreme court. I'm alison gill. And i'm dana goldberg. Dana amy kuney barrett is is having a she's having a collins she's having a susan collins she is. She's not at the level of trouble though. Aren't we still concerned right right. No we aren't at concerned threat. Level yellow yet. Yeah this is still whatever is between green and yellow. Kind of a a chartreuse. I think of concerns could threat level. That's appropriate ma'am chartreuse of concern is the episode to come so early isn't it. That's a horrible. Probably not every woman out there. Listening in every man was gay man was like no no. It's not. I had a really good episode title for muller. She wrote this past weekend. On sunday i recorded an episode about how there was a slap case on. Oh defamation was dismissed and it was really funny and in florida. They have these slap laws. Right where you're trying to. Oh twitter it was the only the guy who owned the max store in the hunter biden. Laptop tobacco yes he. He apparently was suing twitter for defamation because twitter made it seem like this guy who owned the max. Door was a hacker like twitter. As a whole or jack it because they wouldn't post the new york post article about the hundred left right and so they insinuated and this and that and and of course the judges like no and then twitter file back and said we want slap we want fees are attorneys fees paid because in in florida. There's the slap statutes that say you're trying to impede on my first amendment and the judge awarded them and and so the title of the episode was hunter biden. Slap top and. I thought that that was just again. I really enjoyed when you make yourself happy. It's small things Thank you. I appreciate that. Some people call bragging but we do have a great show today on the beans. Frank glues is going to join us. It's been awhile since we talked to our friend and we're going to discuss the. Us capitol police investigation into their own cops and that they knew about the threat of violence and prepared for to january. Sixth i may or may not be here also and i don't know yet i may or may not be her on thursday. They had a last minute. Call for female veterans to appear on a show that tapes this thursday in los angeles and if i guide sent in my real and if i get that particular job i won't be able to record thursday however i happen to have some amazing interviews and i will of course record headlines for you and so there will be a show. It'll be all brand new content. It'll be awesome. And so i just want to let everyone know if the format seems a little different on thursday. It's because i got accepted to this thing and easy thursday or friday. Oh is it recording. Yeah good call we record it. We would record thursday so it would be friday's show. Okay yeah so. I just want to let everybody know that So when you hear something different and fancy and weird on friday if that happened. Because i got another just question it just go with it. Yeah just be.
"max store" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Oh you mean the old laptop. Yeah yeah eventually. Twenty fifteen is ran. The cut off i think in the next you've already probably seen if upgraded to Catalina not the current one big sur. But if you have created a catalina. You probably already saw that. Some of your older programs weren't going to run the thirty two bit programs. And then i i suspect this big sur might be the last one that you could put on that one. I can't i. Can't they usually ten years about the normal amount of time. So maybe you'll get a few more years out of it on the other hand These new m one. Computers are fantastic. I highly recommend them. Okay well with that. My let me ask you a couple of questions. If i do far the new one about i know i can just transfer all the data from my old to the new one right Would it be wise to anything that i can download as a new program To not transfer it just delete this and yes and in fact they don't that's is i remember. That's how they do it. They will make a note of what you have and then installed the latest version. More and more apple. Wants you to get your programs from the max store on you and if you do that then that's exactly what happens. Anything in the maxtor will automatically get the latest version. Okay now can. I use my the hard drive that i use as a backup for time machine and i just take that and plug it into them doing download the stuff can restore from infect when you first put up the new macbook air. It will say would you like to restore from a time machine backup you say. Yes and it'll say plug it in and your it'll be that's probably the fastest way to set up a new computer but then i'll be transferring. Some of the programs. That i may not i think smart enough to update the programs can and then. Yeah you should probably go through the programs you use regularly and just you know if if they're manual update say heyzer update and update for you know the the downside is the stuff i will lose. You'll have it on that time machine in the hard drive. The real the real thing you want to save is settings passwords bookmarks and documents the programs. You can reinstall effect. I recommend reinstalling as you need them. Rather than just boom putting all the old programs on there. 'cause you may find this stuff you don't really need. There's one more thing. I have to run because scott's coming up but there's one more thing i would mention which is that it is likely they'll be new mac book airs soon Apple has gonna is probably going to do three events this year. September october november..
"max store" Discussed on The Brown Girls Guide to Politics
"Are right everyone. We have someone very special. Who joined us today to take some time from their busy schedule. Educating our kids around the country making sure they have a great education we have with us that e pringle who is the president of the national education association present pringle. Thank you for being with us today. It is so good to join you so first. let's talk about. How are you doing during this time. How is your family doing or still in the middle of this pandemic and we know that a population that was very very much impacted either. Pandemic was our teachers our students. Wow so that's a whole nother podcasts. Let me just say thank you for asking. This has been a difficult year for all of us is just no question about it. My as i say to a lot of people you know who who knew how to exist in and survive and thrive in a pandemic none of us and so as i talk with people who wanted to Not think about how we send our children how we think about the opportunities. We have yet to create in this moment N throwing a lot of blame in shame around than all of that. I always thought folks new track and say we're in a pandemic say again. Exactly who who amongst us knows how to do the ad i tell you. The i had the great fortune to have my family with me. My son and daughter both live in new york. And as you know that was a hotbed of the pandemic and so both of them said mom. Can we come to you and hunker down and i said yes they bring with them. My grandchildren you know. That was a big ole. Yes i spent this year and a half with an eight year old learning in third grade virtual classroom in my basement. Two adult children and a little four-month old who is now twenty months old. Living with me saw her walk and talk everything. i have. lived this reality from Three sixty so when i talk about what. What is like the challenges. The students are facing. I know what i'm experiencing it myself eight. But i've been extraordinarily grateful for having family having the opportunity to visit with virtually or visiting schools across the nation to see what educators have done indicators his parents themselves as humans. In this moment i have been so proud of them in honestly excited about our future. What we're going to build together so when we talk about how you having an up close and personal view you really did with your family leading the nea. And i really appreciate you hitting on the point. That teachers are also parents. Because i think so. Many people forgot that they're just not here. You know schooling your kids. They also have to do the same for years. So when the pandemic hit. Let's go back to the beginning. What were you immediately thinking when you knew that. The majority of teachers and students couldn't be in physical classrooms in. How was that going. To impact education system in our i immediately started thinking about the disparate impact and that showed up right away but used the irony of the timing for me is that The nea had just convened over sixty groups education group civil rights groups at the end of february february twenty twenty. We combine them in a coalition that we called the homework gap coalition because we had so many students and families who did not have access to the internet who did not have technology tools that they had at home and we already knew that they were going home and coming back to school with a gab of opportunity because so much of the homework now required that they had that connectivity and are black and brown indigenous students did not have that mpm lease did not have that accident so we have put together this coalition to to address that and to demand from the federal government that they allocate funds to close that gap within a month. It was no longer about the homework out. It was about the learning and access to the classroom. Gap that again. Disparately impacted are black and brown digital students are students. Living in poverty are students with disabilities in our marginalized communities that had always all ready and always been impacted by these inequities. Now all of a sudden they're very access to learning had been cut off from them their access to meals. You saw that you saw that on full display. Our students in our schools were taking part of their meals home for their families. Are food service. Workers it so fabulous. My mom she's the head at a preschool and they were already packing extra for their ryan because they knew their families weren't eating over the weekend and things like that too right away they realize. Oh my goodness kids have to eat and so they right away started. Those food drives in turning library. Parking lot into hotspots and delivery for food on those kinds of things. They knew the challenges. Everyone else's start was starting to talk about the mental health issues. And and all of those things. We already knew that we were already make santa cruz gaps to trying to connect them with healthcare professionals mental healthcare professionals when we saw them coming into our schools with those needs of course those niches grew and grew and grew and then all the crises that it spawned the healthcare crisis the economic crisis all of those things in addition to just the social distancing of our students from each other from us. It was quite the struggle. And that's what i thought about right away is that we didn't have built in those systems and processes and structures to bridge that gap for kids. That were away from a physically but we got right to work. And then you know our work to demand that the government stand up and step up and provide those those those funds that we knew. Orchids needed everything that you said just so true because we know about school lunches house so many kids families depend on them by the peace with the internet access is actually something. I've been talking about for a while. That home internet access is a watery in. This woman actually went off on me at a conference one time because i was just talking about work that we want to do a rural areas in. They want it to connect with people rural areas. And i said you have to meet them where they are not. Everyone has home internet access. And she's like if you're here at this conference you have internet like no. You don't know what people have done to get here. There are still people who will go to a public building. That has internet access an printers to get the things that they need and particularly with students. I remember there was this one photo that went viral of a young boy at max store doing.
"max store" Discussed on The Mary Mac Show | Grieving After a Loved One's Death
"Good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you find yourself in this entire world. I welcome you. So how are you doing my friend by warrior. I certainly hope this week finds you well. I would like you to visit my store the mary max store where you'll find lovely gifts for yourself in another bereaved friend or relative especially our i remember collection partial proceeds from everything that is sold in this store. Goose to help support the foundation for grieving children inc which i established many years ago. I also want to acknowledge. The citizens of india as cove it has taken on another surge. Please know that last year. When we were first struggling with this in america i created several episodes specifically on this and i will leave the exact episode numbers in the show. Notes for you and please. Now i'm thinking of you and sending you much love today. I'd like to discuss the intellectual challenges that occur after a loved one staff. Now we might feel confusion like our brain is fuzzy. We have an inability to concentrate at times. We get preoccupied and find ourselves daydreaming and staring off into space. We can experience hallucinations whereby we might be sitting somewhere and feel like we can actually see our loved ones in the room with us for those who have experienced this although it may be startling and brings great sense of comfort or we feel their presence in different ways. A few years after my husband's store was murdered. We were invited to the home of louisa whose daughter maria had been murdered also and was a member of our support group as we enjoyed tasty that sunday afternoon. A front door slowly opened as we all looked up. Our hostess replied. Oh that's just maria coming into join us and it was obvious how comforting this was for louisa now. Some may find this unsettling but not her guests. It was her way of acknowledging her daughter's presence in to the room she told us later that ever since maria was killed this had been happening on a regular basis. She would be sitting in the room reading or knitting and all of a sudden. The inner door would unlock and slowly swing open while the screen door would stay in place and she gained great comfort from that now. Some of my personal challenges was it fell like a fog. Was there a sense of feeling that fog for so long. I had become less mentally strong. I was losing my emotional strain and it was necessary to become mentally strong again to handle the pressures of high level jobs and the people in those companies who i might be working with or leading. It can be hard to concentrate and focus. You might even feel confused at times. Either in your thoughts or while working it can be unsettling. Because you're asking yourself what's really real. Nanny of us have experienced this especially in the. We have a hard time with our work. Yes we know our work. We may have been doing it for a long while but now we feel like it's a much greater challenge to do than before we try our best to act like we have everything. In order at work we put on the mask to make everyone think all is okay but underneath. We may feel concerned that we aren't fooling anyone and we struggled to produce the matter. We once dead. Our thoughts seem so fuzzy. We might even struggle to get through the day and when we finally get home from work we are exhausted mentally and physically and unfortunately we have other family responsibilities to which doesn't give us the time we need to take care of ourselves. Will i want you to know that. This is natural and normal in the beginning of our grading process. We are in shock and there is a bubble with surrounds us. It is there to keep saying it is there to protect us from the trauma we are experiencing after our loved one staff. You might feel as though you are living in that fog going through daily activities and sometimes not aware of how you got there or how you finish the task either at work or at home how you drove all the way to work and you don't remember any of it it may seem surreal to you and if this is your first loss you might not understand what is going on but i want you to know that this is what happens when we are shocked to our core and it will take many months for this fog to be lifted and the sad part. Is that when this fog is lifted. You may feel even worse because you won't be able to deny now what has happened. The reality will set in. And you can't lie to yourself any longer. Your loved one really is dead. They will not be coming home to you. They really won't be coming in the door for dinner. They really won't be waking up next to you. They really won't be next to you in life to build the plans you both chose together and because you've been living in the bubble or fog for many months chances are you don't do anything more than what is expected of you. You don't socialize much. You might have tried to keep up with your college classes. Bhai founded quite hard. You might have decided to not take those hobby classes. You wanted to just now. You might have decided joined crewe right now with much too much for you. So your brain really took a hiatus. It needed it. It needed to just be still and try to comprehend all that has happened. It needed to focus on only the essential tasks. Which is all you felt..
"max store" Discussed on The Mary Mac Show | Grieving After a Loved One's Death
"Good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you find yourself in this entire world. I welcome you. So how are you doing. My friend my warrior. I certainly hope this week has given you a little more sense of peace. So today i wanted to share something with you a new site just four podcast so the address is www dot the mary. Mac show dot com appropriately. And i hope you'll take a moment to go there and see the new site and please do subscribe in the upper right hand corner to the podcast platform that you prefer. And also to rate and review the podcast. I know we have people from sixty different countries around the world. And i'd love to know how this has helped you. We have received wonderful reviews from ferry loyal listeners. And i wanna thank them so much for taking the time to review the podcast next. I wanted to remind you that. The mary max store has some beautiful products for yourself and others who are bereaved to give them as gifts or for yourself. So thank you for taking some time to look at that and you can find that at store. Mary mack died info sooner today. I like to talk to you about decisions. That should wait now. What do i mean by that. Well there are things in life that may need attending to after the data of someone very close to you. But i don't want you to do them quickly. Some of those choices are moving to a new home making decisions about their possessions deciding when to return to work for yourself or perhaps getting a new job finding a new location a completely new city or town that you might want to move to major financial merv such as selling your home and how you going to invest the proceeds of perhaps a life insurance policy. That was left her. You also what about all the investments you do have. And how would you like to handle those moving forward. You'd also need to create a new will for yourself especially if one of your children have died. Or if you've lost a spouse you might need a trust now and also a d. r. order. Do not resuscitate for yourself so these are certain things that will address today. But you have to remember that grief takes great toll on us. Not just our emotions also. Our physical body are spiritual sense and also the financial areas of our life. We need to tread lightly and care for ourselves. We need to be gentle with ourselves. We need to realize that most decisions we make after such a difficult loss will take time and consideration and that doesn't mean they should be handled overnight. We wouldn't want it to. There are many changes. That happened for us. After we've lost someone. Our relationships with the people in our lives can change. We might feel that. We are grieving in a different way than they are any different periods of time. You may be walking on eggshells around your husband ever since. Her child died because one day. You're happy and the next day you're not and then the reverse happens for him. Your priorities change your interest even change and goals. You have that you one set with your spouse they no longer exist and now you have to look at your goals again. They may be completely different now. You might find that you enjoy tiffen friendships than your traditional ones. People that you might have met. Ed support group tend to bring you more happiness. They understand you better and so your relationships will change. Also your routines change. If you're taking care of your spouse. And he was dying. There was a long stretch there when you were the caregiver and now that responsibility and that routine is no longer needed and there's a sense of asking yourself who am i right now. I used to be a spouse. I used to be a wife or a husband. I used to be a caregiver and now who am. I really don't know anymore and the routines that we had before how we gave them the medication and when we bring them outside and when they will be bathed all of those things are no longer there for you. They're not a priority. Obviously that's not something you need to attend to any longer. And also when a spouse dies or a family member we take on different responsibilities. We may not have taken on earlier for instance if you were not the person who handled all the finances then you need to learn that skill if you were in the one who drove all around you might have to learn that skill. Also i remember. When my aunt became a widow my uncle pete he would be the one who trove them everywhere and she had to relearn how to drive which helped her with. I was glad to do it. She needed to be independent. She needed to know that she could go wherever she needed to go by herself safely. And that was important to me if you were wife or husband and it was your partner. Who was the breadwinner. And that was your decision. Someone stayed home with the young children. Then maybe since their death you need to reevaluate what needs to be done. Maybe the children need to go in daycare. Because you need to go back to work for yourself to bring in enough money for the family now. The death of a family member cambrian gray changes in your financial world. You might have also received social security benefits for both of you at least here in the states or a pension of some kind from companies or utilities or even government agencies that you worked for and those pensions mako away. Now that the person who brought in that pension money is no longer here..
"max store" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Where did you learn to do. Make out High suppose i learned on the job you know as i went through my basic training that matt medics when i was nineteen twenty twenty one I learned from the incredible team If at the training department. That mac has in california and new york. I was really I was really aggressive about my training. Because i had a little bit of insecurity about not having a lot of technical skill in doing makeup i had artistic skill from going to school and being naturally gifted by didn't have a lot of technical skill when it came to be a makeup artist so to speak. So did you. You went to the max store or you went to you next door and you said you know i wanna be for mac and then they. I mean that's where it all started. Basically i went and said i wanted. I would love to work here. This looks like a really credible fit for me. I love all this sort of outward expression of everybody's individuality on my love playing with colors and drawing and all that stuff. I think it'd be a great job. And they said bring us something that shows your technical skill that you know you're doing so i brought a piece from my senior college submission. Which was i was in advanced placement art class. And i brought this huge butterfly surrealist pencil sketching i had done and they were like okay. You definitely would be valued here and from then on anybody that was doing makeup nearby. The other artists The trainers the senior artists. I would be paying attention. I take notes. I would try things that they taught me. And then i pursued classes. You know i pursued education whether it was like online this is before influence a world in sort of everybody sort of had the standards of how you do things so i was getting you know. I was kind of really getting the tips from the old school. The old guard But then i would say you don't I've really kicked into hyper drive. What i started doing fashion week in new york and paris and milan. Because that's when it's like that's the battlefield. You have a huge work so fast under sometimes really intense conditions on you know models that are really tired and hydrated. And that's when you really learn for for me. That's my learned a lot about the functionality of makeup right right well really quickly. Because sometimes i i don't even know. How do people jump from. You're doing makeup on the store. The store floor at mac. And then you're telling me you're in fashion week. That seems like a major like dream for a lot of folks who are on the store floor. Now you're in paris. How did you get there. Sure there may be a lot of detail. But that's that's a lot. That's a huge jump. Yeah it was a dream for me. I mean it still is a dream. That's where a lot of just being there and seeing what is created and being part of that it is you are creating a dream as a fantasy. My my particular journey was sort of You know. I expressed interest in being on the pro pro like fashion week team and then i sort of proved myself and make myself available. So that means like slogging through the snowstorms in february fashion. Week it means taking the you know taking the orient train to get to midtown for the five six. Am call times. It was really a lot of like grunt work. A lot of like unglamorous stuff but the payoff was this invaluable. Lesson on how the You.
"max store" Discussed on The Mary Mac Show | Grieving After a Loved One's Death
"Good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you find yourself in this entire world. I welcome you. So how are you doing. My friend my warrior. I certainly hope this week has brought you a little bit more peace. So i i wanted to thank you for all your support your notes of support for our new store the merrimack store. We've had listeners telling us how much they appreciate having something so special for themselves or as a gift for others who are grieving. We're especially excited to share that. We have t shirts not only for adults for children who are grieving and that was really important to me. And if you didn't know the mary. Max stores main intention is to help fund the foundation for grieving children which i established many years ago. I wanted something that would always plant dollars into the foundation for its work to benefit young people who have experienced the death of a loved one. So thank you for your purchases and your love and please share the merrimack store with all your family and friends. You can find it at mary. Mack dot info and look for the tab at the top that simply says store so today. In part two of disenfranchised grief. I like to continue with my thoughts on this subject to certain types of relationships. 'cause this complicated grief whether it's a boss perhaps who's married and who's having an affair with another married co worker. When he dies she simply can't openly proclaim her feelings for him and of course she needs to harbor her grief inside trying desperately to act as if nothing is wrong. How does she handle. This could also be a female. Mary co worker. Who dies and her married. Male colleague is great stricken or even one party was married and the other was not the point is that the survivor is heartbroken and needs desperately to act like the person who died which just another colleague to them even when a pet is killed. People make us feel. We're crazy for being so affected by their death. This was a for baby who made your life so wonderful. They were there for you every day when you woke up when you came home even when they slept with you they traveled with you and you loved walking them and suddenly they were taken from you. You're in shock. How could this happen and on top of it. Your family and friends really don't understand your pain and why you were so affected and can't stop sobbing. Sometimes you even endured the death of an adult sibling and people think it's normal for this to happen and you shouldn't be so sorrowful. why is that about. As i mentioned last week you might have endured the suicide death of a family member or friend. Maybe they overdosed on drugs or murder among others and you feel their judgment. Which stops you from sharing your feelings. The problem with suffering in silence is that you don't have the support when you need it. Most bottling up intense feelings often lead to a deep sense of resentment not to mention all the stress can take a toll on your body which can make you vulnerable to illness when you can express yourself openly. It's hard to move through the grieving process. Disenfranchise grave can produce anxiety shame depression insomnia misuse of drugs and alcohol and stomach pain. It can also cause problems with focusing on your work and everyday tasks and obligations emotional overwhelm and mood swings and problems in relationships. You might feel guilty for their relationship you shared and now you're feeling overwhelming grief. People may be wondering why you're having such reaction to their death. You might be walking on eggshells trying to show your pain if you can confide in others. Who already knew of your loss and pain then do so but if nine you can create rituals to help as well as these suggestions develop a box with all the cards gifts memorabilia that you share together to go back to later on. At least you'll know it's altogether in one place and safe. You might write a good bye letter which you can attached to a balloon or place in your special box. You might make a collage of photos that you shared and freenet hold a lovely memorial in a significant place for you plan to bush or a flowering plant or tree in their honor. Light a candle in a certain place in your home just for them. Visit the cemetery long after the funeral. You might also ask for what you need from others that you trust why you're feeling is natural and normal. All grief is messy. And sometimes in cases of disenfranchised grief it's even messier it's important to be wise whom you share this pain with so. Please be cautious. Let's look at a few other ways to help yourself if you want to attend a bereavement support group to express your pain. You can always find one several towns away where no one knows who.
"max store" Discussed on Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction
"Dumb shit. And i'm dave and welcome to the show and i'm alone again in the attic on a very snowy winter night last night was the first snowstorm. We've had in new york. And like i want to say three years or something and it made me think of snowstorms in the past and it made me think of a specific snowstorm and it was many years ago when i was living on the lower east side alone and i was using heroin and working at catz's and there was a blizzard coming to town and i remember. I called up my dealer. Who is this disgusting scumbag named guy who looked kind of like mickey rourke and he would wear one of those leather jackets like it was like a blazer but it was the leather jacket kind of like the leather jackets that they warn. Tv show is about the seventies and guy kind of had really greasy hair. That might have had some kind of product and it but it might have just been his natural greece and he looked like mickey rourke real skinny and he would. He added a lot of teeth missing. You know and he'd come over to my apartment with like a forty and shit load pills and heroin and he would sit in the recliner with the forty at his feet counting out pills and nodding out and he had this. He was from long island and he talked kind of like a classic new york. Junkie would talk and they'd be like dave. I go to the methadone clinic today. And i couldn't even get my bags. Yeah i'm going to have to charge you a little bit more. I don't know how many bags you want How many pills you wanna get. But i'm going to have to charge a little bit more. And then he'd fall asleep as he'd give me the bags and i'd have to shake him. I remember and i would wait for him for so long and he lived down the street from me. He lived in the projects on water street. And i lived in the x. jewish projects on grand street which were now boozy private and he lived literally ten minutes away but he would take hours to come and a blizzard was coming. So i went out to meet him which i never wanted to do because i was always so scared of getting busted i actually the last time i got actually busted i got busted because but guy forgot to come. He was putting out too much. And i had to go meet him so i went to go meet him that night and the blizzard was coming end. My laptop was broken. And i was so afraid of not having my computer for the blizzard. I took my computer. And i went out to me guy and i had a few hundred bucks and i bought like three bundles and you know. Obviously there was no. I mean if you try to get your computer fixed now you can't get it fixed because of covert and the people at the genius bar won't see you. I remember. I walked to the max store on prince street. I dropped off my computer. And then i decided to go hoodie shopping at old navy and i went to old navy and that was the year that somebody had the genius idea to make the hoodies. Were the strings that come out of the hood. Have a earphones on them. And i had all this money. Because i was waiting so i bought like four or navy hoodies with the strings. Had earphones on them in the inside of the hoodie pocket. Had the jack for your iphone. And i bought. I bought like all this crap is horrible. Old navy cozy winter gear. And i went back to the max store i met with the dude. They fixed my computer. I went home and it started snowing. And i bought some needles and i went upstairs and i got really high and i started taking in. The snow came down. And i started taking pictures of of the snow on on my camera. Wasn't the iphone camera. It was like. I had a camera. And i took these blurry pictures. I remember sitting at the computer nodding out trying to edit the pictures. It was like that was like if there's a glorification of drug story it's kind of like that it's like this year alone. Your house is clean and the snow is falling outside. And you use until you run out and you have enough to last you until the next night. And i'm sure the next night i got sick and i loved getting high and and watching tv and the other night. I was sitting with linda and And she's like. Oh we should show. Susan rudolph the red-nosed reindeer the the old kind of fifties cartoon early sixties cartoon claymation thing so we put it on and were sitting there and and it came back to me that that night i had watched those cartoons and like they were so good like those stupid cartoons coupled with heroin created the greatest illusion of safety in the world. And it's funny. It's just such a weird thing. Like like i would use to create this sort of illusion of safety like my life was okay and and it never could last and it always ran out and always got so so so bad. And when we watched it with susan susan hated it because she was so afraid of the abominable snowman but the best thing about rudolph and I mean i love that movie. I loved it on dope I loved it off. Dope my favorite thing about it and all of us now. It's the island of misfit toys. Which is the dopey nation which are drug addicts which are People in recovery. Which are these freaks that somehow get together and try to live their best life. And i find that shit to be incredibly inspiring and I've been killing myself these days. Doing this customer service. Work for cats is where. I'm sitting at the desk for you. Know eight or ten hours a day taking these complaints from all over the world about catz's and some compliments and some problems with shipping. And i'm just going and going and going and the snow is falling today and i was looking out the window and i see linda in noren susan playing in the snow and i was just thinking like i can't believe i've my life has changed so much and i can't believe that the sickness isn't coming and that i'm not going to run out and that.
"max store" Discussed on Matt D’Elia Is Confused
"This isn't about fucking politics. This isn't about fucking. Socialism I see some footage these fucking things it's like. The, the signs about socialism and Shit Fuck. And a specific problem. They'll come in with your fucking stupid as Bernie shirt. Nothing against Bernie I'm just saying this ain't that? WHAT THE FUCK! I mean this is the most combustible moment. And the fucking inferno was let loose on like I was saying earlier. But. We got to try to get this right. It's reaching a fucking critical mass and it seems to be. It seems like it might actually something might actually shift this time. But Not If dumb motherfuckers. I saw fucking video. This was a this was like right around the corner from me actually. When they're smashed fucking store windows up and down. My block looted fucking. There's actually starbucks shattered which again find fucking Howard shelves can pay for that Shit. But it's mostly just small businesses. And one of them was this fucking? Max Store or like Mac repairs. It's not like an an actual apple store. It's like a an independently owned MAC repair shop. And motherfucking kids. Are just. Like young. People. Young Are videotaping each other. Taping Spinning, I mean I'm fucking old videotaping. They're taking video of. Each other running out of the stores with fucking. Computers and Shit and also saying each other's names on camera. Would you get? That did a saint as names that they run out? Wish it. Hey! You're not there for the right fucking reasons. It's rare that an. An an incident. outlines and makes clear. A problem. The root of it. And the. Obvious.
"max store" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Other W. L. W. what better day lately our also deceive is what's worth seeing on TV over the weekend in a row has pretty nice to be outside but you know the movie theaters on open so are fat guy at the movies Kevin Kerr let us know what might be worth checking out but meanwhile just keep an eye on who's riding where who's burning what down and I was sitting here reading the Minneapolis Star Tribune you get the local look we don't know what the street names are and all that but there was a lot more going on than necessarily seen the national mood that's one who takes the news takes the broader perspective Minneapolis Saint Paul the Twin Cities as we know same polls across the river and take a look at Saint Paul they figure about a hundred and seventy businesses have been burned or looted by about one hundred seventy buildings vandalized or damaged by fire by night and last night I want guys by the spot it's national boulder into an ATM at big top liquors one thirty five PM a block from it doesn't matter where it is from the stadium the guy pulled out a gun and started shooting and then and then another shot one guy how the new black car got away the estimate ninety percent of businesses had been looted in this one area by evening and nearby napa auto parts that they had all the parts stores up there apparently I have been set on fire the napa store did a metro transit suspended all bus and light rail service through the entire weekend target ordered twenty four area stores to close until further notice we're struck parts of the Twin Cities had the feel of a cat and mouse game as police arrived he would simply disperse them pop up somewhere else and start another fire please from the barricade in front of one target store but no officers were of the TJ Max store a block away Saluda smashed the door there and fled with shoes and clothing piled onto shopping carts minutes of free for all people just grabbing whatever they want I just don't know why in some cases we allow looting to go on riding alluding to go on for a day or two and even here to go back to our little mini riot worthy pretty much of the same dumpster on fire you know for days after about a day and a half two days finally Charlie Luken was the mayor and he came out of that's enough knock it off and I agree with that stance but I would have taken about a day and a half earlier I don't know why we give people leeway to burn things down and steal for a while and then tell them to stop I mean as soon as you know you you have protests forming the word should go out right then this is a legal protest you're doing fine anything else goes wrong and all bets are off I don't know why people allow this to happen not to the degree that we do and I want to start popping up in other cities and it's just an excuse I mean in Columbus I'm if you're in Columbus and you had a you know a look at exactly what was transpiring over the course of last night something starts off I guess is noticeable protests and then people see free stuff they want or something of what a break or something they want to set on fire and in any other city me low level and it is the weekend so maybe some board people elsewhere will decide to jump on board and do the same thing I mean this is a lot over a death like I said in particular where everybody's on the same page there's no group of people over here standing up for the cop well this group over here is standing up for the victim everybody says that basically was a murder on TV you're not trying to persuade anyone so what is the purpose of all this except to steal and watch things burn down because I guess you're bored not making any new TV shows movie theaters are closed got to do something and no one's practicing social distancing in any of this nonsense it's just that it amazes me it is driving time we got to get that into the picture and Scott Bradley.
"max store" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Ball easy for me to say back with us it is a Friday are looking forward to our conversation it can lighten up over at that shop terrible alright let's get a check on your top is the stories and the mind closing never take Charlie well hello there Friday it is indeed what we commonly shortened week but feels like five days a week news we got the down the S. and P. and nasdaq all lower on this final trading session of the week to the S. and P. down thirty points today down nine tenths of one percent losing week by the way with the S. and P. down one percent on the week the Dow dropped a hundred and seventy points today down six times as stacked on eighty seven a drop there of nine tenths of one percent the why behind all of this the spread of a deadly respiratory virus rattling global markets sending stocks lower and fueling demand for havens in government bonds and gold David left Brooks's senior equity strategist at UBS financial certainly watching and and looking at the developments in China in and around the world in terms of how how quickly this virus spreads or does not but I think at the end of the day the if you look at the other presidents and other types of outbreaks like this eighteen it tends to be a very acute period and then it and then it fades pretty quickly because because health officials respond Boeing shares advanced after U. S. aviation regulators said the company is making strides in the works the work to fix the seven thirty seven MAX storing hopes of the grounded plane is closer to flying again on a down day for the rest of the market Boeing number the Dow was up by one point seven percent American Express after earnings advancing today by two point nine percent your predicted earnings it surpassed many analysts expectations but heading the other direction discover financial services slumping the most and more than a decade after warning people spend more on marketing and technology including to beef up collections discover financial shares did move lower today by eleven point one percent the tenure of fourteen thirty seconds the old one point six eight percent gold up five tenths of one percent I'm Charlie palette and that is a Bloomberg business slash.
"max store" Discussed on American History Tellers
"Taking her seat at the witness. Stand Kate Alterman wore a wide brimmed hat and a dark coat in which she carried handkerchiefs handkerchiefs. She spoke in a Yiddish accent. As many of the prosecution's witnesses had put her English was well-spoken and understandable times even poetic. She recounted how she tried to escape through the Washington place door but found locked. How one of the triangle formed struggled with the door handle but couldn't open it jumping around in his frustration like a wild cat? She said then she told how she watched Margaret Schwarz's clothes catch fire consuming. The girl inflames flames as she waited helplessly near exit door that would never open as alterman fled. She gathered them off her coat to shield her face from the flames at the Green Street. Retort the fire she said was like a red curtain she told her story uninterrupted in continuous monologue. And when she was done there wasn't a dry eye in the courtroom as she spoke. Max Store sharpened his rhetorical knife. He knew how important alterman was in new. Also that the prosecution Houston had her sequestered. He waited for Alterman to finish then he turned to the Tier Young Woman asking a simple but confusing question. Could you Miss Alterman. Tell tell us your story again. Once again Alterman recounted her story but she changed a few words this time. She picked up dresses to cover her head instead of her jacket off. This time to Greenstreet door was quote a wall of flame. This time story reminded her gently. She left out the part about the wildcat story or had Kate Alterman repeater story again and after a lunch recess. He asked her to repeat it. A fourth time. At the end of each repetition. He would ask her her to clarify pointing out that she'd use different words or the exact same words as before story or knew that English was not ultimate first language. She became flustered. After repeated questioning her choice to use specific words like wildcat and wall of flame while never saying it out loud store managed to undermine undermine the credibility of the prosecution's best witness his questions implied that she'd been coached on what to say and how to say it that her testimony was fabricated located store. Your finally asked about conspicuous phrases like wildcat and wall of flame. You never studied those words. Did you Alterman said she had not and with that story or had no further questions. Alterman retreated from the stand Boskovic and the prosecution were worried who was hard to tell who won that around and who knew what kind of tricks maxtor would try next by the trial second week when defense as lawyer Max story or call his first witnesses. The triangle owners must have felt things were progressing. Well they had certainly gotten their money's worth out of their intractable and argumentative lawyer people still shouted at Max Planck is a Carris when they walked the courtroom hallways and on the streets but the triangle owners could take small comfort in one thing. News coverage of the trial was was limited so far not one story had appeared on the front page of any newspaper. It seems outside of the courthouse walls. The city of New York was moving on inside the courthouse. Max Store was calling witnesses for the defense buyers and merchants who visited the triangle building regularly and testified. The factory doors words between floors were never kept locked. These first witnesses were businessmen and tradesmen who mirror the composition of the jury themselves store your had called the prosecution's and witnesses liars in his opening statement and with each witness. He called for the defense he sought to cast more doubt. Not just on whether the Washington place door had been locked but also on whether other ways to escape had been ignored Margaret Schwartz store. Your argued could have chosen some other exit instead of merely waiting to catch fire by a locked door after all the women workers of triangle knew the best and proper way to exit but in a moment of panic he claimed they lost their heads in stores. Telling the irrational title hysterical behavior of women was to blame for this tragedy not a locked door. The prosecutor Boskovic fought back showing that for the workers on the ninth floor. The fire fire quickly destroyed chances for escape through the Green Street door. This rendered the Washington play store the only option and it was locked store parried noting the plenty of women remained composed wanted the defense witnesses bookkeeper Dina lipchitz testified about calmly alerting the tenth floor. After the factories new TELO autograph machine had failed to do so. Another defense. Witness may live on teeny was called to explain that yes on the rare occasions. The factory doors were locked. You could always find a key nearby levintv a mother of three had escaped the fire by sliding down an elevator cable. She swore that she herself had turned the key to unlock unlock the Washington place door but couldn't use the stairs because they were already on fire boss Wick asked her what she did right after this levintv replied that she had closed the door Oregon with key still inside the lock Ida on Muscleman two sisters who worked at the factory recalled confirm Levin teens account but boss Wick pressed it's harder and their details began to crumble. Anna Mental. Men admitted she'd forgotten the whole incident until seventeen. He had reminded her item implement admitted to remembering only after after. She's been told about it by her sister. On December twentieth. The Fourteenth Day of the trial story called Al- triangle owner Max Blank to the stand with a solemn expression blank explained how his two young daughters were on the factory for the day of the fire. This testimony opened a dual opportunity for store I he could depict blank as a loving family man and second. It helped prove that there was no way the fire was an insurance scam. Gone horribly wrong wrong. Has Some newspaper editorials had suggested how could the triangle owner have knowingly caused a fire with his own two little daughters in the building blank. Also helped bolster all stirs defenses position that the doors in his building couldn't have been locked as he explained. There was too much foot traffic from floor to floor over the course of a routine workday keeping the doors locked would have slowed down production but Samuel Bernstein blanks. Cousin and hero during the fire admitted that keys to those doors were kept on pieces of cloth all around the factory. He described the cloth attachment would sometimes snap and then he would have to go searching for the key presumably in order to unlock a door. But why I have a system of keys like this triangle owner Isaac Harris explained from his seat in the witness box. We once locked up about six girls when we found in the room one girl all about two dozen wastes in the room of another about three dozen wastes in every house we found so many wastes from two dozen to three dozen wastes that these girls had taken Harris also described how his managers caught a girl on the factory floor trying to leave with a shirt waist hidden inside her hair. But boss would countered on cross examination. Why was it so important? He wondered that employees had to leave through the green street door to have their bags checked at the end of every workday. Surely it would be difficult to steal too much much with theatrical. flair store held up a purse for the jury to see it was small just like the ones that triangle women carried without warning. He tossed the purse to the prosecution. Inside were four shirt waists Isaac Harris stepped down from the witness box bostick bostick asked two triangles Kohner and may numbers man. One final question. What was the value? In Harris's estimation of all the fabric they'd found stolen by employees in a single single year story exploded objecting on his usual grounds. The question was incompetent and immaterial but judge crane. Wanted an answer. Would it be twenty twenty five dollars boss week asked no Harris replied. It would not exceed that much boss which point was clear. The triangle owners believe first and foremost foremost in protecting all of their property. No matter how insignificant the safety of their workers was not even a close second but in this run of testimony Pasig seemingly missed a crucial opportunity if blank was telling the truth and doors between floors were left unlocked during normal business hours. Why did his cousin Bernstein? Bernstein testified the factory had assist of keys for those doors. It was a line of questioning that was never pursued after closing arguments. Judge Thomas Crane left the jury with some explicit parting instructions. He stressed that after testimony from some one hundred fifty witnesses. The jury's focus should be on just one question. Kevin did the triangle owners personally. No The Washington place door was locked on the afternoon of March twenty fifth. He went on clarifying because they they are charged with a felony. I charged up before you find defendants guilty of manslaughter in the first degree. You must find that this door was locked. If it was locked and locked with the knowledge of the defendants you must also find beyond a reasonable doubt. That such locking caused the death of Margaret Schwartz two days after a recess for Christmas. Miss the jury began deliberations Magic December nine hundred eleven an hour and a half ago. The judge Crane's sent you and eleven other men to this wood-paneled jury room to reach a verdict. And the case of the people of New York versus Harrison Black. The verdict seems pretty clear at least to view but after three ballot votes. The room is on the verge of deadlock. So your shock. Nearly all the other men want to quit you and a cigar maker named Anton. The last two holdouts Anton help persuading the room. The man has an infection on his tongue and can barely speak you. Rub Your temples and try to make your case. generally the door was locked. They showed us the lock. The foreman a real estate man named Leo Leans towards you impatiently. We've been over this. The the city lawyers bought that lock in a hardware store gussied it up and paid the Detectives Alive Leo All. Those women testified that they couldn't get the door open. People will say whatever they you want to make some quick money. They're all union sympathizers. This plays right into their hands. What about the ones who got pay raises just before this trial? The women the defense call you. Think they're not operating out of self interest that's not the point. Listen Judge Crane's specifically told us how the framers the judge had instructed you to disregard all the excruciating stories of lives lost and families destroyed. Question is simple. Did the factory owners know the doors were locked. I ride to reach whatever conclusion I want. And based on the facts and show us the facts. Tell us what proof you have that either of these men knew the door was locked. The face of every man in that room has turned to you working at a shirt waist. Factory yourself.
"max store" Discussed on From Scratch
"The max stores on Fifth Avenue and fifty ninth street? That's they used to be a hotel, quote, the Savoie plaza hotel, and that's what Ralph had his apothecary and we'd go visit uncle Ralph on Sunday after the lower side. And my dad would let me pick colors that I would hold in my hand as my conscience that whole week. I wanna talk about partnerships the most important of which was with your husband max or Tino who was the CEO for awhile. Yes. And before you sold the company to L'Oreal. How did you meet max met max in California at a trade show? He wanted to buy the only publication that was available at that time which was called mainly manicuring in instead of purchasing mainly manicuring he met this e and he was really originally from. Rome, Italy and living in California. And at the time he he was he was in business with his ex wife selling jewelry for the nails. Correct. You know, everyone said oh ESI you need a European man. The only ones that will understand a woman business, and and it was just a great fit. And what point did he join you in the business was that a no-brainer or the take some once he moved to New York. He joined me, I'm max was always the visionary. I didn't have the name in the glass, I just felt that every salon loved the polish and they would put their own label on it. And he said who's putting the label on it? So it was his idea to pass the absolutely good idea. Not all of them. But most of them what were some ungodly deals? Oh, well, everyone wanted to a lipstick to match the nail polish. And you know, everyone would ask you for it. And it is a great idea. But there no makeup artists in the salons telling the woman, try this color. It looks great on you it just sits there collecting dust. So how long did you dabble in lipstick? Oh, probably about five years. We didn't give up right away. You know, the truth of the matter is it ESI was born about colors. I mean, that's what I'm known for colors on my life. What is your apartment? Look like is it colorful. No, it's not as a matter of fact because I was always working in color. So the apartment is very much, white and doc Brown, lots of woods, different woods, different texters. Very simple because everything else is what I do every single day my life what other mistakes plenty of mistakes. If we didn't make mistakes, we would've never grown. Oh, we came out with a second line. That was a mistake. Second. It was called max. And then we had to change. The name to club max because one of our competitors went to PNG's and said we would trading under the name of max factor, which it was not max factor was my husband max, Angie again. Did you ever have other investors ever? So it was all run by your sales all the capital that shit from the your sales..
"max store" Discussed on From Scratch
"Absolutely. Do you know where the max stores Fifth Avenue and fifty ninth street, that's they used to be a hotel quote, the Savoy plaza hotel. And that's what Ralph had his apothecary, and we'd go visit uncle Ralph on Sunday after the Lower East Side, and my dad would let me pick colors that I would hold in my hand as my conscience that whole week I wanna talk about partnerships the most important of which was with your husband max or Tino. Who was the CEO for awhile? Yes. And before you sold the company to Al, how did you meet max met max in California at a trade show. He wanted to buy the only publication that was available at that time, which was called mainly manicuring in instead of purchasing mainly manicuring. He met this e and he was really originally from. Rome, Italy and living in California. And at the time he he was he was in business with his ex wife selling jewelry for the nails, correct. You know everyone said, oh ESI, you need a European man. The only ones that will understand a woman business and and it was just a great fit. And what point did he join you in the business? Was that a no-brainer or the take? Some once he moved to New York, he joined me. I'm max was always the visionary. I didn't have the name in the glass. I just felt that every salon loved the polish and they would put their own label on it. And he said, who's putting their label on it? So it was his idea to pass the absolutely good idea. Not all of them, but most of them. What were some ungodly deals of? Well, everyone wanted to a lipstick to match the nail polish and you know everyone would ask you for it, and it is a great idea. But there no makeup artist in the salons, telling the woman, try this color. It looks great on you. It just sits there collecting dust. So how long did you dabble in lipstick? Oh, probably about five years. We didn't give up right away. You know the truth of the matter is it ESI was born about colors. I mean, that's what I'm known for colors on my life. What is your apartment look like? Is it colorful? No, it's not as a matter of fact, because I was always working in color. So the apartment is very much white and doc Brown, lots of woods, different woods, different texters, very simple because everything else is what I do every single day, my life, what other mistakes, plenty of mistakes. If we didn't make mistakes, we would've never grown. Oh, we came out with a second line that was a mistake. It was called max, and then we had to change the name to club max because one of our competitors went to jeez and said, we would trading under the name of max factor, which it was not max factor was my husband max Angie again, g. did you ever have other investors? Never. So it was all run by your sales, all the capital that sit from the your sales. And of course, I'm of the to me, you know, you have a year and you'll see what happens. And she said, if it doesn't work, it wouldn't be Szanto, which is a shame. And that's all I had to hear. I said, you'll wait and see. There'll be no shame here. Your mom was she helpful in the business? Of course she became to trade shows. I mean, she's amazing. I mean, she's the rock. She really gave us very good values and we all had to work and she never takes no for an answer. You know, we've learned that from her and. You brought up in a religious household? Well, we had two sets of dishes. We had a coach. But what's of times that we mixed up the silverware and it was like, oh my God, you have to put it in the dirt outside afri- would say, oh, you, you have flowers and silverware growing in your garden. So you know, fun things always fun. I'm Jessica Harris. You're listening to from scratch. My guest is essie Weingarten founder of ESI, a nail polish company with more than three hundred colors. SE is available in roughly twenty five thousand salons in over one hundred countries..
"max store" Discussed on Talk Python To Me
"I've got my own dot e max store and get repo that i can't live without ice so it's right there anytime you gotta take it out you're all good right dotty maxed out dating yeah perfect and then notable pipe package obviously there's lecter right which is great but what else a personal favorite of mine for devos's salt stacks of doing a lot of devops at terminal lamps last couple of years in salt stack is enormously feature rich can do almost everything i can think of in we've got our own open source project named rambo which is built on top of salt stack partially to make devops even easier we're billing it as a provider agnostic provisioning framework so night makes great use of vagrant end salt stack to make a lot of things a lot easier so it helps get up and running with on things pretty fast the other thing which doesn't exactly a pit package that are really wanna plug is conduct or kanda yeah con is awesome especially if you're trying to do something on windows involving data science and vc vol's dot bat or something like that right like just basically pip installing a lot of the data science tulane requires like funky compilers that are not easily accessible and windows and this pre builds it and you're kind of get everything prepackaged and ready to roll right absolutely even outside of the data science and machine learning just normal python development kanda has saved my but more than once you never know it's always surprises me when i tried to pip install something that has some seat dependency that i didn't have on my system that it doesn't work so i would either have to google around invite it for an hour or two trying to install it or use conduct and it just works continents forget this thing we're at.
"max store" Discussed on From Scratch
"A us do you even remember as i remember they will only to one whisper of lawn and the other was l'oreal and that's the joke of whole story and there i am twenty nine years later selling my baby to l'oreal your father also was complicit in this nail polish love affair of yours he would take you to an apothecary owned by his brother to pick out even more colors absolutely do you know where the max stores on fifth avenue and fifty ninth street that's they used to be a hotel quote the savoy plaza hotel and that's what ralph had his apothecary and we'd go visit uncle ralph on sunday after the lower east side and my dad would let me pick colors that i would hold in my hand as my conscience that whole week i wanna talk about partnerships the most important of which was with your husband max or tino who was the ceo for awhile yes and before you sold the company to l'oreal how did you meet max met max in california trade show he wanted to buy the only publication that was available at that time which was called mainly manicuring in instead of purchasing mainly manicuring he met this e and he was really originally from rome italy and living in california and at the time he he was he was in business with his ex wife selling jewelry for the nails correct you know everyone said oh esi you need a european man the only ones that will understand a woman in business and and it was just a great fit.
"max store" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)
"Oh boy the person didn't even know who they were talking to it's just like oh my god you know you you probably should do there's there's a i don't know definitely i don't know all the the i know all the major you know like top five six seven players but you know if you if you don't know who those are your launching pod yes hosing company it would probably be advisable to when you're going to spam the entire podcasting space to at least have a clue that you could be getting an email from todd or rob all sha rob greenlee or one of the folks over pod bean or whatever you know yeah no right possibly know who your competition is would be helpful yeah so i see these guys are claiming to have distribution over spotify and iheartradio too well that's what they're claiming that's interesting yeah especially when the iheart folks are not taking anybody on right now female sums going on rob my windows just screen just when black todd you've got a rogue windows machine there do you have some advanced ai technology in there nope visit to the max stores in order a oak about a about a new windows computer no it's no this is a perfectly good windows computer and oh it doesn't sound like yeah it's there is it god pissing me off snap something went wrong when displaying automob page pod mio is the world's number one podcasting platform to juno really that's what it does what they claim on their front page of their website that's a pretty bold claim to be honest with you i don't even claim to be the number one.