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"megan dodds" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

Metal Mantra Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"megan dodds" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

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"megan dodds" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"megan dodds" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"This very intriguing stuff and we will get to this on and off throughout the program and we're not really sure if and when this interview is going to drop by Megan Kelly our friend in our former colleague at fox news in fact I was just speaking with her on the phone the other night and in fact when we were speaking on the phone she just arrived on the west coast and I had a curiosity I wonder why she's on the west coast right now all things going on all things considered I didn't ask didn't wanna pry into her life and what she was up to well now I think we know Meghan has landed the first on camera interview with Tara Reid the woman who is accusing former vice president Joe Biden of sexual assault in nineteen ninety three Meghan putting it on her social media along with the social media of her producer that she paired up with on this which may Q. does that name ring a bell it might yesterday we had how we curse on the program we were talking about Andy lack getting forced out finally at NBC news black was one of the villains in my opinion in Ronan Farrow's book catch and kill about the cover up of sexual assault when it came to run into reporting on Harvey Weinstein and then some of the problems internally at N. B. C. involving Matt Lauer which makes Q. was Ronan's producer he was one of the people whose work was muscled and suppressed by the NBC brass he's been very outspoken about it I saw grown in and rich together on stage in Chicago talking about this he was one of the heroes of that book catch and kill he's teamed up with Meghan Kelly who of course used to be at NBC left they're not on great terms I would say left fox on much better terms she's a friend of mine are open about that she was at my wedding and she has remained even though she's kind of sidelined at the moment there might be noncompete stuff I don't know what her departure meant NBC but she's still doing journalism member she got the exclusive interview with that young woman who's a producer got fired at CBS at the behest of ABC because they suspected her and it turns out wrongly suspected her of leaking some video of an ABC news anchor complaining that the Jeffrey Epstein's story had been killed at the highest levels of ABC this is an on camera miked up hot Mike moment that didn't air he was recorded somewhere they thought this young woman was the one who leaked it it looks very bad for A. B. C. A. B. C. called up their friends the executives over at CBS saying Hey we think this woman who leaked this thing it makes us look bad like we were covering up Jeffrey Epstein's crimes and so CBS dutifully fired this young woman and the evidence that has emerged since suggested she was not the person responsible she denied it she spoke out for the very first time to Meghan Kelly it was a story of Nord by much of the press almost completely ignored by CNN and their media guy Brian Stelter he was probably busy rage watching fox news that's what he seems to do all day everyday so couldn't be bothered with a real bona fide scandal at another network that sort of in the good club of left leaning trump haters that's basically it so I got not a lot of attention but Meghan got a big scoop this is a bigger one for Meghan Meghan in Richmond Q. landed the interview with Tara Reid and she will be speaking out for the first time on camera since Joe Biden denied her allegations outright and we don't have a time frame on when that video is going to be available we got a screenshot on Meghan's social media platforms she said it was a riveting discussion Tara Reid tells her story response to Biden and Megan says she asked tough questions and I don't doubt that because that's often what Megan Dodds so we will be standing by for whatever that stay tuned to tease becomes the video getting dropped I'm very eager to hear what ms reed had to say we played Biden's audio from morning Joe earlier in the week and now here's a response from the woman Tara Reid so stay tuned indeed for that we have to take a break when we come back it's just so much happening some news out of New York I was critical of governor Cuomo and mayor de Blasio yesterday I think there's even more reason for that today I'll explain why when we come back we are kicking off this Thursday edition of the guidance and show I'm here you're here with me thank you for that will be right back energetic.

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"megan dodds" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

Ready to Be Petty

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"megan dodds" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

"The People Adulation ships with their dad. Nine Meghan no I know I know I guess so. I think the Elephant Listen Dolphin. Documentaries are the pinnacle of the documentary world. What's he does here at the document? Dairy that's not. That's not how you say that word. It's also like I heard. I haven't watched the elephant documentary. Heard that Megan's narration was critically panned. It was didn't go over. Well which now is like thinking about it if you're narration of documentary is the worst part of that documentary are people not just saying like we hate how your voice sounds we hate out you reword young which like. I get being a podcast I've got many. I hate comment about my annoying voice. Yeah I don't know I heard mixed reviews. It didn't like really. I got the attention like it was like in and out of the news cycles within hours so like it must have not been that great. I watched like a trailer. I think she sounds Nice. I don't know doesn't doesn't look great when you're like a retired actress though into your like you like kind of dip your toes back into that. Those waters and like doesn't land doesn't land with the common folk. Yeah Yeah I. I don't know I really tonight. The voice stuff is like really annoying hot. Take though I should become a audiobook reader. What what animal documentary would you narrate? I'm going to go with your my pitches mere cat. Yeah Okay your cat documentary Do people care about those though. Everyone loves me or cats. Okay cool do you think that it's also? All the animal documentaries are like wild animals like I wanna see a squirrel documentary. I want you to narrate the squirrel documentary absolutely absa frequently. I when I when I used to work in an office and had a window On like some greenspace I had a pet chipmunk squirrel chippy also difference between squirrels and chipmunks. That doesn't bode well for your documentary. I don't know what I also don't know that. Okay you know. And I know or don't know the difference between Mennonite Amish and Mormon Mormon yeah and I don't care to find out no disrespect to the knowledge. That are big. Amish population. Yeah one hundred percents vinyl. I could see okay if if the mere cat. Doc is making me like America's sweetheart Sure it you know. All those documentary narrators. That's the next progression is documentary narrator. America's sweetheart per game like when need be fun if I narrated people are listening are just like absolutely not here to stand. Another minute podcast. But wouldn't it be like very cute? I like a fun young adult novel or something and then like what if I did like some side commentary like do should I start a new podcast? Where just me reading out probably twilight you give him the hot takes? You can definitely see how that goes for you. Okay Okay Cool. Anyways back to the royals talk has got me heated. Here's another point why I think that make interior just inconsequential now that story. Where all those text messages were released. The biggest thing to come out of that was the way that Harry texts. Kimberly that was the biggest thing. And if that's the biggest thing is that he uses the letter you instead of writing out while you and embalming the people at his nation we wish we would. Yeah Oh my God okay no it. The people like Saint Luke's or whatever the fuck is the private school that raised him was. Okay okay. I'm China go back in my the crown alright. Viewing of that like Saint. Luke's personally like you go to the same one that Prince Charleston William did too because it's like super famous. I don't know what it's called won't look it up but I remember the episode. The teachers at Saint Luke's are rolling in the Fuckin- graves. Oh Yeah Yeah. Yeah type with a yield like honestly. Do you think it's a British thing though Dino Win I'm thinking back to like the Daily Mail stories that I've read with text messages from British people and you know how they always do like X. X. On the end of their text messages you think that's just a British thing like everyone in England texts. You the letter instead of the word. Yeah I actually think that that might be a thing like I feel like also is. How can you do that at the age that you are? I used to like that like in high school. Maybe even college. I don't remember but like as soon as you have a real job and stuff like that. You really can't continue to also if you're trying to take your heated text discussion like with your estranged father in law. Are you not writing out every single word like are you not writing with perfect syntax doubt? Oh absolutely because there's nothing that you could say like. I want to leave no room for you to come out and vote. If Megan's dodd was just like just like you and Mike while you were like sunny like you know like the differences between your and come back just like Asterix my guide but yeah that was like also the other thing not just the typing with you. Because I won't look at him the same again but when he was like high again. I don't know the dad's name Mark Merck Markle. That's him that's him. Now it's like randy.

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"megan dodds" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

13:32 min | 1 year ago

"megan dodds" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

"Well so we have been watching the outsider on. Hbo which I know you said you couldn't get into but I'm really liking it. I need to try harder. I know there's there's a lot of people that are are chastising me for not being able to get into it. It's really intricate. I mean you have to pay attention. It's not something where you can sit and mess around your phone or you know like me do charting or knit. You actually have to pay attention to it right. But it's rightly good and for people who don't know it's based on a Steven King Story L. e. So I'm really liking it and then I actually started this weekend watching the hunters on the new series on Prime Chino. That is the next Benjamin. It's really good. I'm really liking it. Currently it's based on a bit of a true story. Yes that's what. It was the kicker for us. Scary my watch that and then it was based on a story. I'm like Oh we're told not so another thing that I wanted to share it and this is part of our not exactly are rated podcast late. I started listening to this. Podcast called Dying for Saks okay. You texted me this and you have listened. Not What have you been busy at work? Okay so I'm just going to give you a little synopsis. Good not what I thought right and the thing is is this is not giving anything away. You know within a very short period of time that this is what the podcast is about. So basically it's these two best friends and one of them has terminal lung cancer a terminal breast cancer. Excuse me and she's like forty four or forty five and when she got her terminal diagnosis. She flipped out left her husband and decided to have this total sexual exploration and then her best friend was like. We need to do a podcast about that. So that's exactly what it's about okay. It is wild hunt and really honestly her perspective on death and dying and on living with a terminal. Illness is pretty amazing. So I kind of think that I and we're all very certain of our future decisions that you know we may have to make but I kinda think that I would be one of those people that I would be like. An eight in. It depends on the time line like do. I have two weeks to live or do I have two years to live you now or somewhere in between those two like I. I think I could make a plan for either way and I think that would be okay. We have an uncle right now. Who just got a diagnosis that he he'll have about two weeks and now mind you. This was the same uncle who about two years ago? They were like it was like fall. And they're like yeah he might make it to Christmas and the next time I saw him like last summer he was in one hundred. V Heat pulling weeds on his hands and knees. So you know in our grandfather On our mother side was literally read his last rites and east. He made it another two years saw. Yeah it's it would be one of those things. Where if I'm like okay if I have two weeks to leave like two weeks if I just like make me as comfortable as possible and I'm GonNa do as much of the cool stuff that I can while I'm here if I two years live. I'm selling everything and move into a beach in Aruba right well. I challenge you to listen to it okay. It's really good. It's really worthless on the the third episode just came out this week and I'm not caught up yet but the I go I have really enjoyed. Okay I listened to that negree Americans. Yes angry Americans. Lawsom interviewed Henry Rollins last week. So that's on the topic for me this week. My boyfriend the original inspiration for Megan. Don't even I know right us? Yeah all right one more thing and then I'll get us back to the walking dead because I'm sure people are like okay enough already. If you're not completely sick of hearing my voice you can hear my voice in another way. I've started blogging again. So it's Nuristan in Alaska. Dia N. E. and it's nurse. Diana Alaska Dot wordpress Dot Com and read the first couple. You know I kind of. I'm all over the place. Yeah Yeah and it's not any one thing. What do you say about your blogging zone? Oh my blinding zone is my zone. So don't come there to pick fights with me. Yeah I will not fight with you Mayo. You know read it if you want. Enter at your own risk. I will not fight now. Whatever I want. It's not all political. I mean if act you know. It's really funny so I actually revived my blog from twenty sixteen and to this day the article that gets the most hits still is an article I wrote about Barbara Ncis. Oh my God. Yeah it's still and gets hits from all over the world woods just cracks me up because when you go to book an appointment to have a doctor take look at your bar. Kelly insist you have to tell the nurse over the phone where a Bar thelen cyst? Well necessarily it depends on the level of experience of the person who's making the appointment. I know I'm just really really still. I don't WanNa say butthurt your free miffed periods. So what Africa? The the system that she put it down as it was assist. Started the P and it was only thought it was pilot idol which is yes up at the top of the bike crack. Yes yes and she. She's like so like show me where it is. I'm like okay and like you're taking my pants with my doctor. You know 'cause she'd been told it was the wrong thing so start taking my pants and she's like what are you doing? I just need to take down so low and Mike It's a little lower and I was so mad like it's just one of those things I I always thought that that was a common knowledge thing. When you're a woman where things are down there no people talk about. Barthel insists only people like I talk about. This ain't so hot tub to our female listeners. If you WANNA learn about what they are nurse Diana Alaska. We had a half a day at work discussing the finer points between okay. And I'M GONNA I'M GONNA say one of these wrongs trickling amosis or trickle tricky noses. There's trees and triggered the Nyas. That's yeah we. We had a discussion about like kiss. We we have to make Codes that will we're starting to make codes that will track certain things so we can report on them federally and so they asked me to create a code to track to one answers. Yes that one and sexually transmitted for people already have one. It's chicken a chicken. Knows this right. And they're like no no no. It's a different thing I'm like. Okay so yeah a Google. History is weird at our work. I will just say since we're on the topic and not talking about walking dead. Although this could easily be a little conversation that we should be having with Megan and Alpha. I am diagnosing sexually transmitted infections that I never thought I would diagnose people wrap it up. It's making me crazy so one good thing about the corona virus is our public health. Funding is not on the line. This year we do not have to fight for a dollar which is really really good. Because last year we had to point out that LASCA has the most highest high rate highly-rated sexually transmitted diseases per capita in the United States. Sorry Rob this is just not nice conversation but it's educational. It's informative lake. Protect yourselves people. Especially if you're going to visit Alaska exactly all right. So that's what I've been doing so I just have really breathed stuff in whispers corner. It was pretty dead but Colman Domingo actually signed a first look deal with. Amc This Week. And I had to look up exactly what I look deal was because I'm so not cool. And what it basically means is that if he comes up with new material. Amc GETS FIRST RIGHT OF REFUSAL for publishing or producing. Any of his material was pretty cool. That is apparently. The twitter verse was quite upset with the Alpha Nikon Hook Up Ivan. See because they stayed off of twitter. Thanks to aim for the heads warning me too but apparently there was quite a bit on twitter where people are like so okay. There are many things to you about Were they ewing about her? Keeping her mask on with some of it and then Megan Dodds dive in latrine and the snacks and the stocks. But please do not tell me that it was because somebody without a flat stomach and you know tiny arms or whatever it because it wasn't your stereotypical loves like right. No I normal people having sex other than that. They absolutely were not. I didn't see anything like that. I didn't take a deep dive into the twitter verse. I just looked at the stuff in the article which was a guy who news article news even still exist. Apparently they do they do anyway. Yeah and then Eric Kane is review was Kinda Blah. He was like well. I kind of liked it overall. I liked it Paul. Tassie didn't even talk about it. He was basically like you know the walking dead comic book is about is done and the series is about out of Comic Book Comic Book Storyline. And where are they going to go from here? And then the only other thing I have in whispers corner is did you see the world beyond trailer. It did the what did you think. Did we know that was only going to be two season event new and I missed that. I obviously didn't pay close attention trailer. Okay so apparently this is going to only last two seasons so this is like a little novella off of our main book. I kinda like that. I am on board with that also and I would not mind for them to do kind of more of these some cashew. I'm so sorry I'm so scratchy. There is still some conversation about possibly this happening with Megan. Well I also like the idea of. We just do kind of a two season check in with. Oh I don't know Seattle or like Wyoming or Alaska through on that one in there or like Hawaii who? I would be super interesting one because Hawaii does not have enough food on Hawaii to be sustainable for like how many people they have their so if you think about if if most of the resulting bees yeah yeah you'd have to catch those feral chickens. I am telling you sister. There are chickens everywhere in the people who are on. Kauai no problem. Yeah Yeah.

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"megan dodds" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"megan dodds" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

"Many memories it brought up and every song and it had like a memory with everything and and just to see her thriving and beautiful and like lay in baggage joying her. I just felt so that I want to give a very quick update because last week I told a very sad sob story about getting scammed by people pretending to be the DWP. If you didn't listen to it go back and listen to it because you should know. 'cause don't fall for it but people pretending to be the Department of. Water and power tricked me and I gave them a hundred dollars and we got some very sweet messages. People message me like all week and weekend with like the most like incredibly kind Notes about like don't feel bad and I know someone who happen to I came home from Vegas to check. Yeah the like. It's I don't want to get into the details of high paid but basically like the like money card situation that I had used they. They reimbursed me for the full amount and so I got all my money back. I wonder if they can like suck. There's back up. I hope so I mean it was within minutes of the exchange and so so they might. Maybe they didn't fully go through. That was my hope. I got a full check and a happy ending and I got my money back updates. How about you Nothing much I was just telling you that I'm GonNa Start my period any day now until I almost cried like five times today. You know just what's happening and this week in. Trish in I went to see Eugene Tristesse husband and drag shows that I do at UC be where it's amateur people just getting up there and try and drag out and it's a competition in. Eugene was so great what his bit was very funny his whole Lake Shtick was he didn't want to be. There was Meghan da which Maganga or I didn't quite get the pine okay. Megan Dodds Maganga. I didn't know never struck me. So he looked fabulous. I like the idea that maybe the same exact time we were watching like different kinds of DVD drag diva Mariah diva dumb but they like kind of ladder up to the same like God yes or who worship in the same just a lot of eyelashes and Gosh spanks all right well. Let's talk to some people who do all of that do it All right news news. Okay so Kim and Kanye a also had their own. Romantic weekend did they. Valentines weekend they shuttled one another off. I can't say who was the instigator. But they spent a little romantic night or two and Kabo San Lucas. Oh I didn't even know. There's an instagram post like this beautiful. Infinity Pool. La Yes okay. Kim's perfectly pedicured toes and Kanye and then they were at. I don't remember what you came. It was Oh this all star star gay I who are on the Kiss Cam. Yes people want roasting them. I really think it was that awkward. Oh this there was a story. Twitter's losing it. Over Kim Kardashian Kanye West Cringe Kiss Cam home and I re watched it and I was like. What is the cringe? She kissed him just because he's not like oops he's not like sucking her face like he has like a moment of delay because he's looking. It's exactly what happened to Billy Irish. Happy Oskar yes your daughter it. Someone looking at themselves on the jumbotron which is not in the same direction as the camera. And so there's a little delay because that's how it is literally a delay. You're watching yourself second or so behind so you see yourself you're like Oh there I am. Oh you're doing a thing but it's truly a full delay and it's not like mad at someone also. I thought it was very cute. 'cause when she kissed him on a cheeky smiled so he was trying not to smile. Honestly he looks like he just had wisdom teeth. Little squirrels cheeks get so big but he got she kissed him and then he had the biggest small that he was trying to not have and I thought it was sweet. Look guys we run a million stories until the end of time about these people not loving each other or we can just make peace with the fact that they're obsessed with each other and their soulmate. We just make the choice here now. I guess it's fun to have a headline insure all watch it? But it's Clicky God I would love any of the people talking about how bad their relationship is. I would love to watch them in their living room with any partner. I know right just love to be like. Let's see how huge in perfect you are. I just was like watched it being like. Oh what happens and then it was like Oh. They're fine. We watched the bachelor to rip apart every single movement. That a woman and a man does we watch the Kardashians to really hope that their love Israel. I believe I'm convinced all right Another cute little thing in the family was North's made him do it till they're all coming for tick tock. Oh Gosh very cute. It's actually just like so sweet. I we've talked about this before but lake and I've heard it talked about in other spaces to talk so fascinating because they're this crossover that it is like doing it with your parent. Yes and that. It's like cute to do a dance with your parents interesting because it's just like a lot of Jin's e you with their gen-x Paris it's so genetics is like was the first generation. Do have reality television. Yeah with the real world and then gingy is like only knows that you can be a star yourself. So it's like mom come do this and mom's like I'm only forty four and I'm coup so it's just so crazy to me that it's become like such To do but it's like to do it with your mom but yeah it's just a very cute little talk We're north west and Kim like basically just dance and it's like super has like a bunch of filters kind of trippy looking at you hear North Song that she wrote and performed at school. Oh Yes yes. He sent this to me. Mike Gosh can I just like it though because I think it is just so so so cute so.

"megan dodds" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"megan dodds" Discussed on KTOK

"And it is been such a pleasure having you on the show more often and one of the things that I like talking to you about is just the quality of supplements how important that is well I got a text this morning doc and the guy was stalking me about multivitamins what do you like blah blah blah and then he said yeah I got one the other day and I've heard you say smells like a chemistry lab this is a guy who listens to the show in the I heart radio app in Texas yeah he smelled it any goes this sounds like a chemistry lab and I said well you you're getting a chemistry lab vitamin you're not getting a whole foods vitamin talk about your philosophy of supplementation in the overall well back in the thirties forties and fifties when the original nutritional research was done before the vitamins were totally synthesized they would induce a deficiency disease in the pigeon a rat a mouse a chicken and monkey a duck or whatever okay a human again so they but I think the animals so the animals we all ratty they look weird you see the nutrition books your nutritional you see our dish degenerated break down and then they would do something and the animal would go back to normal now what did they do now did they give them a B. five fifty a centrum did they give them a multiple vitamin or a health food store multivitamin where they say raw and natural but it's not they see whole food but they they did an when they gave a most kinds of types of vitamins the animals fared worse that interesting yeah the animals fared better on the box than the corn flakes with the fortified iron and B. vitamins right that research they gave vote although diseases the deficiencies the syndromes work completely reversed with food and nothing but food god is great amen they gave them down sources god liberal oils salmon oil bater cheese powder powdered milk rice bran rice germ powdered liver no worries you used they gave it up and it didn't smell like a chemical back because it was food yep yep and all good rat innocent degeneration was obliterated so so I've been telling people right in my early books I did the wrong thing I talked about chelation I talked about the I. B. vitamin C. I talk about high both those vitamins that's all we knew back thirty years ago sure so now I'm stripping all that out and just recommending whole foods food supplement and whole food supplements by pill and by powder but you have no idea so you're by and and you're wasting your money unless you know here's the bottom line if energy there's the energy and electricity and then uniqueness in the chemical from the nature can't duplicate it from petrol or coal tar I do not I it I know that you that's one of the reasons why you talk about a brand called north American urban spice quite a bit that I know why you're attracted to it it is exactly what you are describing I've always said every time I open one of their bottles what I smell is life I smell the I smell nutrition I don't smell chemistry and it is extraordinary how just sniffing it all those terpenes in those alive nutrients it makes a difference I remembered remember the time you came down to Doug Kaufmann studio there are a lot of young guys there who were running the cameras and stuff and you brought different kinds of foods and everything and these twenty one year old guys who are McDonald's and Burger King types they're sitting there eating the food that you brought in taking some supplements that you brought in and one guy turned to me and he had a look on his face like he had never felt this way before and he said I can live this way every day yeah yeah I I notice that is amazing improvement in his complexion and all that its energy everything's made from electrons and protons and photons and and so we want that we we don't that that bear in the woods or a moose or something Goron measuring an RDA or a minimum I mean give me a break that's right and so that's why I love the products in particular that north American urban spice makes what do you like in terms of omega three fatty acids that's a big well I like a crude I mean give me a fish give me a lobster give me you know who are sardine or or the polar power the fed the wild sockeye salmon oil something like that yeah yeah or the make a eighty K. the crude and now I don't need much I can take a couple four capsules a day and I get crude vitamin a crude vitamin D. asked the sand then and thirty three oh magus I don't wanna height does I don't want to suppress my system artificially I want to open as close to that fishes I can get him yeah and so you yeah do you have the sun this fatty salmon oil from the from the head of the set not the liver from the brains that got the blood brain barrier to protect that brain mmhm mmhm let me see it so clean that the F. the government says do you don't have to process this you don't have to manipulate this there's no dioxin there's nothing in there so leave it alone I see Hey you is so the polar power that's a nice choice for people who are wanting the good magus what about like a you know people are saying you know I need to take a B. complex for example what about that purely be in the purely EM my choice is the crude I take a low dose fifty percent we are the eight thirty percent seventy percent something like that I like the purely be a lot I mean you know you're restless leg your nervousness your agitation your to bill your anxiety or depression or psychosis your addiction your sugar addiction your sugar cravings your fatigue exhaustion you gotta have it yeah all decisions well and it that's a purely be power and then there's a purely packet has the bees the see it has everything in it and you take the packet ripping open any gobble it all down where it might and it smells good too it smells like what you want because it smells like nutrition but you could eat it yeah you could pick the purely packed into on the capsules you take the purely Powell B. and you put it in their super put it is do or you put it in the right yeah morning I had two eggs raw eggs almond milk add two tablespoons a purely be faced with a purely see which is the wild camel camel the red vital red sour grapes and I made a most incredible and I put some honey all yeah yeah yeah I know in in in this is just how you eat I mean this is not one of these things were you're having to use will power to well once in a while eat well this is I I've never I've been out to eat with you I've never seen you deviate knowing not gonna why would you one more thing when we were talking earlier about Hey I took testosterone I didn't feel any better first thing I thought about was pumpkin all yeah for me I'm gonna be good but I'm also off will conduct the network just on strong so there's something called Asha green hi and got the role jelly and ninety percent actually gone to smash a drain sublingual drops raw actually dean raw raw capsules big bad low at meridian the green acres in the good folks at Megan Dodds as they they all know about it so you know that that be a good testosterone and steroids and then when one of these days I hope to get I've got some wild pine pollen from Turkey well I got it here I got a big bag of I gotta figure out what to do that that's the that's testosterone or yeah that so just keep in touch let's get this why old you know wound pine pollen into the into the system yeah the people that have that is not okay for testosterone I'm going to do the polar power yeah I'm gonna do the actual gonna for now yeah yeah okay so and royal jelly I hope you have to have more I I I I love the royal jelly I like the way it's one of those that I feel different when I take it so let's just review take it and if you're too tired to to get it does both so and if that testosterone is low you gotta have it you gotta have it and yeah that means you got to go to meridian Avenue nutrition make a healthy green acres dot since you've got to go to these places and you're looking for a particular brand it's called north American herb and spice maybe they want the.

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"megan dodds" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:04 min | 3 years ago

"megan dodds" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN radio's daily conversation about the life of business and the business of life. This is the opening bell with Steve Grzanich on seven twenty. Good morning everyone. Welcome back to the program. Thanks for being here. With us in our Monday edition of the opening bell shared workspace company. We work has become one of the biggest landlords in the world. And now the challenge has become managing all that growth. And all of that space company has also made some acquisitions this year into tech and software her let's bring in Megan Dodds, GM of we work mid west to give us an update on all things. We work this morning making good morning. Welcome back to the opening bell. Thanks for having me. The last time we talked with you since then a lot has happened at we work. What would you say is the biggest thing that's happened in the last year and a half? Wow. Exciting announcing another year and a half. I say that in Chicago couple of the of the notable people are continued row. We have we opened two new location at the end of last year in November and December and bringing our total members are total locations up to eight in the city, and we have more than eight thousand number over at your feet. Pete in Chicago today there were very excited about that. In addition to that, one of the things that we're seeing in the business is can you be enterprise segment of our big names? So that currently the fastest growing members that we have currently makes up more than thirty percent of our total membership way that we define enterprise members is any company that had more than thousand members wobbly is considered an enterprise member in we work, and so talk to us a little bit about that. These companies that have started working with we work. They've abandoned office space of their own. Or is this added to the office space that they would have? If a combination sometimes it's about using more efficiently and reimagining how faith in that. Can you know using we worked out of what they had been previously evening. But a lot of the combination know how, you know, their previous portfolio, and then they might come to offer a variety of different reasons. Sometimes they want to create an innovation center. He, you know, help them with that. Sometimes they want to deliver a more a better location. If they have, you know, worker that they're trying to attract any given part of the pity that they're not friendly located. The scene with way to open at a location there and environment that collaborative creative. And that helps them what's the retention and keeping their employees. What kind of special challenges has the growth created? And also, what kinds of good benefits as it created for you? Well, I think I think one of the most exciting parts about relics for me. As is finding amazing talent. So for me that the team manage our faces we call them community management team. They truly do think that there will be no the harmful of of the experience that that you that you feel when you when you go into a we work, so not only are the is designed to be beautiful and flexible and to give you know members optionality throughout their day. But the team kind of ensure that they're not only effective, but that they're also they're also happy. And so finding the talent in all that is something that I find to be challenging, but also really rewarding and one of the things I enjoyed the most about about my well, then able to meet these people who are community driven mission driven and just really amazing. What they do what has the growth meant for the actual physical space of some of the work locations. I was reading an article recently. About in New York. How some of the spaces have changed a little. They look a little bit different. They have better technology some things inside of change. So that would be the question. How things changed inside we work. Yeah. Absolutely. So we are always evolving and changing our ethical product kind of learning from what we tried in the past and iterating that in order to always we'd be better in the future. I think it's interesting because he walked through some of our Chicago building. And you started with you know, our personal kitchen at one eleven whatsoever. And then you checked out one of our US locations at three thirty north lavish. She would definitely see you definitely be an evolution of the product. And a lot about it from a design standpoint, we're always trying to teach you to diner spaces to feel like home. But we also are trying to make sure that they're milk deficient in us little, but we can offer farm members. So so, yeah, I mean, I think the the size of our conference for. Has grown member base, which has shifted the way that we the way that we design collaborative lounges it constantly being being, you know, changed any Volvo. Really, you know, almost everything that we do is centered around breeding community and need meaningful quijote's route the base. And so, you know, there's no end to the to the growth of our products. Was reading specifically about how things have some of the subtle. Little changes include, you know, having a few of work separated by walls that there's an area for IT. There's an area for sales representatives. There's that quiet area for the IT, folks. So you've been listening. I'm guessing to your members, right? Who have asked for some of these things. Yeah. Yeah. That's a great point actually. Yeah. So we we first started our main focus with some of these smaller startups and entrepreneurs, and there's an ad we've seen, you know, people came to us for a network of like minded businesses and flexibility and the benefits that they might not have been able to act that previously to to a we work but across the board. We're seeing that more and more companies want that meeting and flexibility in their daily lives. And so that was sort of wear some the largest in the world some of the large world than started coming to miss, those are what we call the enterprise company, and yet you now they obviously have debris from office perspective than than some of these companies and part of that as having different rooms for different teams on their on their of different team in faith as well as additional optionality within their office. So we used to have opposite that ranging from one person to ten people now we have opposite that can be for fifty to five hundred people for that. That the great tweets and also news about some acquisitions we work as a diving into software sales one of the companies his team, it's an office management start up. The other is Euclid which is a data platform that tracked guess some of the behavior of people in the physical world is it was described in this article what's the play here for these software companies. I think that you technology helps up continue to to build on our mission. And and Ashley find technology that does that we'd be like aligned with our mission and values and also continue to grow and better serve our members. That's that's how you'll be partnerships continue to develop. So what's next for we work in Chicago in the mid west? Are there any things in the pipeline coming? Yeah, we hope to grow a lot this year in the Watson. Specifically in Chicago. We already announced one our our nights patient in Chicago and one new location for this year at teacher's south riverside. And so we're very very excited to to open that will case in June. And we're hoping to add a couple of new city the midwife said, well, we we haven't announced yet. But it's definitely something. We're excited about make him. We appreciate you being with us this morning, again, all the best in continued success that we work. Thank you. I appreciate it. Take care. The general manager GM of we work mid west..

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"megan dodds" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"megan dodds" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This is Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN still ahead here in the opening bell. Megan Dodds will be here from we work midwest to talk a little bit about what's been happening at we work lately. The biggest landlord in the world. Now, we work is more of our conversation coming up after the news but first Vic Vaughn sponsored by Kars for Kids. We'll see more exonerations. This week connected to former Chicago police sergeant turned inmate. Ronald watts hearings begin later today. The court. House at twenty-sixth in cal-. More than a dozen additional convictions are expected to be overturned. Rescuers say these are meant serving time on bad convictions that they were framed by Watson is tactical team Watson one of us. Officers were arrested back in twenty twelve. Both were convicted a union teachers strike at CIC S charter schools in Chicago continues today enters its second week the two sides met last night for contract. Talks those talks failed to result in agreement. Today's picket line is expected to move to the front door the charter schools CEO acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan's in Afghanistan today. It's a previously unannounced. Visit says he's there to support ongoing peace talks between Washington and Taliban leaders Virginia. Governor Ralph northern spoke about the racist picture in his yearbook his admission to wearing black face his political future. All in an interview with CBS news is says he thought about resigning, but it's decided he will not step down and calls continued throughout the weekend for Virginia Lieutenant governor. Justin. Fairfax to resign. At least two women accused him of rape both essay through their respective attorneys that they're willing to testify in an impeachment. Hearing denies both allegations is called upon the FBI to investigate. Let's check WGN sports here with Mark karma. Good morning. This sports report. Sponsored by northwestern basketball. Chicago's big ten team. It's the only time the Detroit Red Wings come to the United Center. It was yesterday. And it went as planned hawks five Red Wings to the second line continues to roll dominant Cahoon Dylan Strom, Alex debrincat off contributing again Coon two goals and an assist Roma goal and two assists to break it three assists yesterday as the hawks have won seven in a row for the first time since February to March of twenty seventeen Patrick Kane at a breakaway goal Jonathan as an empty netter. That's his twenty fifth on the season. Rough one for north western who blew a fifteen point second half Li they lose. On the road to Iowa eighty to seventy nine Jordan Bohannon the game winner for the Hawkeyes with point six tenths of a second to go. He scored thirteen points in the final ninety eight seconds of the game. Cats coming on Wednesday to face Rutgers bowls are home tonight versus Milwaukee. And don't miss coach Collins and the cats the new Welsh Ryan arena this Wednesday when they host Rutgers six o'clock purchase tickets now at any sports dot com. I'm Mark Carmen, WGN sports rocking..

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"megan dodds" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:51 min | 3 years ago

"megan dodds" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We are with another addition of the opening bell another business day and another business week getting underway. And we're so glad that you've tuned in this morning to join us. We've got a great broadcast for you today. The future of local news number of different models. Are emerging one of them is city bureau in Chicago and this morning to co founder director of operations, Harry Backman will be with us here in the studio. We'll bring in Harry momentarily to talk about city bureau, and what's going on there. A little bit later in the program. We will join me having a conversation with the GM of we work mid west of Megan Dodds will be here. A lot of stuff there. We work big changes going on. Did you know that we work is one of the biggest landlords in the world. Now our conversation at five forty this morning with we work, but first let's begin on the w. Associated market, desks. The opening bell rings this morning after stocks finished slightly lower for the day on Friday, and near even for the week there continue to be worrying about whether there'll be a trade deal between the US and China as March first deadline approaches. There's also a commerce report due on February seventeenth which could affect tariffs. Auto tariffs on European cars. This morning futures are pointing toward opening gains. When the bell rings at about eight thirty Chicago time Dow futures are up nearly a third this morning eighty-five points. Nasdaq futures are up about a half a percent s&p futures are up about a third around the globe. This morning markets are generally in the green in Europe with the footsie in London and the Dax in Germany up nearly a percent the caq in France up more than a percent and in Asia markets are mixed. The Nikkei is gonna end the day down. We think about two percent four hundred and eighteen points. A lot of markets is still getting back. As a matter of fact, Japan is closed today. I should say that's a number that is from Friday, the Japan stock market is closed today because of national founding day, but all the rest of Asia is getting back to full steam after the lunar new year holiday a week long events there. The Hang Seng is nearly three-quarters the Shanghai nearly a percent and a third in oil is trading this morning at fifty two twenty five a barrel. That's down about forty seven cents stories before we begin this morning. The average rate to refund from your tax return so far this year is down eight and a half percent. According to data released by the IRS refunds averaging about nine thousand nine hundred dollars of less. This about nineteen hundred dollars this year at the same point last year that was more than two thousand dollars. This is the first year that the Republican led tax overhaul of thousand seventeen is impacting return. There may be many reasons for the smaller returns, for example, workers decrease the amount of money. They withheld average American taxpayers heaved about twenty seven hundred dollars in a refund last year or could also be a structural problems with the tax Bill, the new tax law, and the tax changes that are impacting negatively tax payers, Amazon, maybe reconsidering their second headquarters project in New York City local opposition to the Long Island city project has been vocal with some recipients in several elected officials vehemently against it. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos who owns the Washington Post, which coats to people familiar with the tech giant's thinking is saying they're exploring alternatives bonus of the HQ to project have criticized Amazon's practices expressed concerns over overcrowding in that area. And have cried foul at the tax breaks offered to the company as per the deal. So what's the future of local news going? Be the nonprofit civic journalism project in Chicago city bureau may be one of the models. We're happy to have its co-founder this morning and director of operations Harry backlogged with us Harry. Good morning. Welcome to the opening bell. Yeah. Good morning. Steve. It's going to be here. A nice to have you here. You first of all the all the best. Congratulations to you. And everybody at city bureau. I'm you guys are doing a really great job and getting a lot of credit for what you've been doing. Yeah. Thanks. It's been a really exciting. Cool few months. I want to begin with listeners who maybe are not familiar with. What you do what your mission is talk to us a little bit about how city bureau got started in what it is. You're doing sure society bureau were homegrown, Chicago-based journalism nonprofit. And I think the really short version is that we're working to reinvent local journalism. And we we do that as we we publish work. So we report on issues that we no matter to the communities that we work in. Then we also do a lot of training. So we. We have a fellowship program where kind of emerging reporters can't have an alternative path into journalism as a career and also get a chance to be supported and do the kind of work that they feel like it's really important for their communities, and then we also have some free regular workshops, so anybody can show up and get some training in journalism skills and also share feedback with journalists about work that's in progress. And how we got started. So sitting here was founded by four of us. And each of us was coming from a different kind of perspective on journalism. I come out of local publishing before city bureaus, the publisher of the south side weekly my colleague, Andrea hearts journalism educator. She's done a lot of great work with young people around me education. But tina's Chang's been an editor local publications in Chicago and also nationally and Darryl holidays been a reporter for a long time. He's covering crime beaten local news. The four of us. We really city bureau came out of conversations that we were having about our own work, and frustrations that we were having running up against the limits to our jobs what we were able to do. And in some cases, feeling like what we were doing was harmful than like, we were implicated in a lot of the problems that we identified so. Yes, if you're really just started as a conversation, and some ideas about how media could operate differently how it could be structured differently. And we were specifically responding to a few problems. We saw a lot of misrepresentative media coverage, especially about the south and west sides. We're concerned that in some cases media was criminalizing young folks or contributing to a sense of fear in the city, which has a lot to do both with people's real lives. And also our character is a city and diversity in newsrooms was a big issue for us. So for historical reasons, newsrooms are still heavily white in Chicago news from stealth look like the city of Chicago. We felt like that was related to these issues of representation, and what kinds of stories out there trust between neighborhoods and newsrooms was a big issue. So do people trust journalists with their story when they come around, and what consequences there for the public? If they don't what what are we missing about our city if if citizens don't trust journalists. And then the last one, which is sort of my area was a real lack of sustainable business models for this work, which feeds back into all the other problems. Because when you know, you're in an economy that's in crisis. There's less room to innovate and experiment and come up with solutions. And we're feeling that was really really important. So that's kind of the the origin story. And then it really just grew from. There are first program was the reporting fellowship. So we got some young journalists together freelancers or people who were kind of considering journalism school, but it wasn't quite a bit. They started reporting teams we tried to focus on issues that we felt like mainstream media wasn't gonna cover or gonna miss where there was a gap in the existing media coverage. And we also tried to do the reporting in a way that really directly engaged. Not just the audience, but the people who were part of the story and who were impacted by what we were working on. So that was our first program. And we're now I think in our tenth cycle of that fellowships we've trained about eighty reporters so far they've gone on to work at media outlets across the city and across the country. Harry hang on this morning with Harry backline co founder and director of operations of city bureau in Chicago. And we're going to continue our conversation with Harry, but we need to take a quick break here in the opening bell and five nineteen to check business headlines and also traffic,.

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