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Fresh update on "meredith" discussed on Animal Radio
"Have to be very careful because he tries to run out the front door. He wants to see every you have a cat that lets you put a cape on him he struts when i put it on the he knows how. This is debatable. I think he's just trying to run away from. He sits there like he's just king. He loves that kate. he also thinks he's a dog is a little different as far as cats. Go our cats and dogs smarter. Who's who's the smarter of the species. We'll find out in just a couple of minutes with dr ernie ward. He's the guy that we had on. I think a couple of years ago bought three years ago. Two thousand and thirteen. I guess he locked himself in a car during hot temperatures outside to see what it's like when you lock your dog in the car when you read into the bank when you run into the beauty salon just for a few minutes and you leave the dog in the car. Temperatures can be really oppressive up and one hundred ten twenty. They can get really hot very fast so he he wanted to prove the point. We locked himself in a car and we talked to him dan. He's gonna come back on this time. I don't think he's going to be as crazy this now. No he's he's not locking himself into anything this time. That's around the quarter laurie. What are you working on over there in the newsroom. O a great story about service animals A special project because let's say most service animals are. What kind of animal. Dogs right not for this project. It's starting a whole new thing that going to study on how this animal will be helping children with special needs Okay maybe it's a service ferret. I got myself service. It has a little badged so cute little little little service best says don't touch this ferret. I'm working talent. cable meredith. fear has got a dog. His name's jasper. She loves her dog but her husband richard. Not so much well. I hear the word. Jasper every muscle in my body. Tightens i expect a hideous rest. My case so why does meredith vieira's dog jasper shriek. I think he's doing it from a good place and also maybe there's a little jealousy dog. Jasper is very possessive of an really thinks. He owns meredith richards pretty much right. I don't think the dog thinks in those terms. I think the dog sees me as his best friend. Meredith couldn't be more wrong. They're both actually having a good time with this. Richard wrote a book about jasper. I can't get into my own bed because dawn perfect animal. Jasper richard book is called. I wanna kill the dog. That's just a joke. He doesn't really mean it. It's all tongue in cheek. I would never hurt an animal but a familiar landed on his head. So they're clowning around but meredith does know that her dog has a problem. The dog hasn't barking problem. But i have long felt that it's not the dog that has the problem. It's we as trainers and being. We didn't do a good enough job training the dog. She's right too much affection and at the wrong times. This dog obviously thinks he's in charge. Remember where richard said about not being able to get in his own bed. Dog thinks he's the pack leader. He's taken richard spot. He's taken the whole house. So the humans in this house have become the underlings in the dog is ruling the roost. You might think who cares. They're all happy. Dogs are not happy being in charge. It stresses them out. This is why there's only one leader in each pack. Only certain dogs are meant to be leaders. Dogs like to follow when a dog. That's meant to follow his force to be in charge because the humans don't take that position it causes stress and anxiety dogs need structure. They need rules to be happy. They need limitations and boundaries. They need you to be a strong confident. Trustworthy fair leader. That's how you get calm..
Fresh update on "meredith" discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"I had this conversation with meredith miller because and you you're familiar with meredith miller right. Yeah definitely and so what what what. I had the conversation with her. Because i felt like she left the sport as a time where social media was the big. Roi right and so. She was like her era was like the tail end of results based sponsorship. I think and then her name kinda in name started to carry. But do you think that by that switch that pushed good athletes out of the sport. You understand my questionnaire because conversation with meredith and she said yes but what is your opinion. Well it kind of depends on the discipline quite a bit because that switch the good athletes. They're if they're tried and true to their discipline they're going to rise to the top With the proper support maybe they're not aligned with the right brand at the moment or maybe they're just having a bad season or even on a bad team. So there's a lot of factors at play on that but honestly if the athlete has the the wherewithal in your the same way. A lot of folks at that world level taipei personalities driven. No no one's really going to get in the way of what you need to do. And if they do they might be a little bit more determined in you or driven on certain aspects of insa races. So i i would say it depends on the circumstance. Also also the Sometimes the age of the athlete or even the federation that the athlete is is going through the ranks in so there's so many variables out there that and meredith as a road racer back in her day. She was in the prime with the gals when they were. You really had to put your time in the off season from the training camps on and that formats changing a little bit. Now so these days you could still go to the training camps but you could be active on social media and then helped the team out For certain key events and still be named the roster the next year..
"meredith" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Storyline ever to happen on the house. Potomac was karen being shady launching a three week. Not telling wendy that. She was launching a three week. Candle so i was just with karen and we talked about this. You did and i set. So i have a podcast called. So that's what we're doing with a friend of mine namely henry giselle and robin started a podcast on the show podcast. Yes reasonably shady. Check it out. It's a good podcast. When when they launch their podcast mine was already out. But that wasn't my moment to say. Oh well i have a podcast. To podcast is different from a candle and they didn't come from advice about launching the podcast. Yeah but still. It was their moment and i think that karen was just a leading. Wendy have her moment. I do think that three week one week was a little shady. Care meredith crafting kelly said. Do you think. Lisa so really doesn't get the difference between your beef with jen and hers with bad weather or do you think she's playing dumb. I love using bad weather in conversation. I think she does not understand the difference and you've explained it to her a lot. I would think yes. You have candice communicate when to know what do you think. The odds are that robin want actually have another kid. I am rooting for them to have a baby girl if i have to like pray over her uterus with her pray over her ring ring the girl out out yes okay. Candice mindy wants to. If you felt like karen's apology to giselle at the goddess lunch goddess. Lunch was genuine. Or was she just trying to squash the tension in the group i feel like karen has a hemorrhoids. She was squeezing so hard to get that apology out. But i wouldn't believe that it's real. I want to believe that they love each other genuinely on the inside. And they're just doing thelma and louise things on the outside ginette. Facebook does meredith since you admitted you in south. We're seeing other people while on a break. Why are you so upset. That jen revealed. All she did was tell the truth. Because jen knew that stuff that i have been separated on an off for a while and that my children did not really know very much about it so it wasn't her place. I don't discuss her marriage. I don't discuss the other ladies marriages. I've heard a lot of things about a lot of people. And i keep them to myself all right. Well it is time for watch. What happens five when. Mary cosby peeked into her. Son's full-size bedroom fridge. She didn't find anything even resembling food. But whenever the rest of us get to peek inside mary's home it is a feast of unexpected and bizarre treasures. So tonight we're counting down the top five random items in mariam cosby's home. We were instantly attracted to number five like moths to a flame. It's mary's fireplace that she.
"meredith" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"I think we're trying to like whistle to me. That one of their songs was called one. Said name one. No i was okay. Well it's called one regret referring to gazelles new home as nine hundred thousand dollar cabin on twitter. No only be- not because it is because she was being mean to me. I so i just hit back. But it's a lovely. It will be lovely. It's not level yet. There's you know things happening but once that happens gets the promised land. It'll be cute. Okay do you regret. Not having ashley joined the other ladies for your music video shoot. No allow okay. Ladies and gentlemen. We went through ten items. We got zero regrets. Thank you very much. Thank you stands by most event. Wow you really do yes. Yes okay meredith. This is a good question. Lou lou latifi feeless. Al wants to know what you think of some of the viewers thinking you called the feds on jenn. What's your reaction. Andy haven't you heard me tell everyone not to come after my family. My let's go to our virtual fans meredith. Justin from queens has a question for you justin. Andy hi meredith. Candice i questioned from maryland. What do you think of Heather doubling down on the defense of gin and her comments she made on watch live about always knowing that have Gyn business was shading. Yeah i mean you know. I think that heather. She has a very strong point of view in loyalty and friendships. And i respect that. That's up to heather. That's up to her and jenn. It's not up to me to you. Know cast judgement on someone else's friendship in terms of her saying the jen's business practices. She felt were were shady. I don't even think that was the exact word she used. But in any case you know it all she saying that things unsavory that was it all. She sang that things didn't add up to her as they didn't too many of us and she had no way of knowing why she was just didn't understand it and you know that was up okay. Here's ellen from florida with a question for canvas. this is actually for my girl candice. do you actually think giselle trying to be a good friend To wendy by bringing up the rumors about eddie and do you think it would have been better. If wendy heard it from giselle instead of ashley i think i know that zell was being messy by bringing it up to the group as a whole which is you know part. That's what she does. You have to accept people where they are she's messy. I do think that it might have been received better like as an iota. Better if she had gone directly to wendy. But you know. I still think that wendy was shocked. I've said many times before that. I don't think that wind. I think wendy thought that she was immune from gazelles tirades in her attacks and her her per foolishness. By the way speaking of foolishness. It seemed like dorothy was intimating to robin that she helped financial home. I am. I going to have to bring another d to another reunion. Yeah because like no one is paying for our mortgage except for christopher de bassett and candidates. Dominique dillard bassett dominique. Not the knee. Dominique that's me. Me and my mortgage payments meredith carly. I want to know after seeing jen's reconciliation. Tonight's episode did you. Do you feel just as dubious as whitney. About how real the friendship is. You know. I have never really understood how. They're in jen's dynamic their relationship. So i have no idea i can't i don't know i don't get it. It's up to them. Candice talk to me about the one week versus three wick..
"meredith" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"The heat. Please welcome real housewives from salt. Lake city meredith marks debut sam to finally be person. I'm excited your year and give it up for real potomac. Candice dillard basket over the borrow. Be brought his signature tracksuit. Because i have a feeling. We're going to have him running around for cocktails all night long. It's meredith son. Brooks mark saver brooks. Are you back in school now. Or what's happening with yes. They just started school yesterday. Did you meet a lot of real housewives from salt lake city fans on your first day back and not quite yet. Not quite that i want them. They have one class so okay. Boy mama died. She was added again tonight. She is a mess she. Yeah yeah what was your reaction when you saw her interacting with the other. Ladies on the chris it was disappointing and i watched so we watched the episode before they air and i watched it without chris and then i was like afraid to have to tell him about it. It's giving like candy. Todd and mama joyce like i need to have a meeting to call me because i don't know it's christmas reaction to it. He was disappointed. He was really upset the things she was saying. We're not true meredith. Elaine p wants to know if you really believe jen. When she told how they're it's not her liking the tweets. Shouldn't jen be taking more responsibility for on social media in my view. It really doesn't matter. If she liked the tweets are not. It's on her account and it's her responsibility. Black bravo brat tweeted meredith. How do you respond to fans. Who are you that. Even though jen was wrong brooks is also an adult who consented to being on the show and poked at gen as well so i have quite a few things to say about that for starters. You know we get both sides. Everyone says we'll brooke should stat of grownups business. And then he's an adult. Which is it. Pick your pick your poison one way or the other. I'm kind of tired of hearing both sides of it at the end of the day the whole thing came about because gen repeatedly showed her vagina in my home after being told by two assistance to cover up all he said was he was uncomfortable and that was it. He shouldn't have felt uncomfortable saying that. He was uncomfortable because she kept doing it after being told. Okay regina away candice boy. You have pissed a lot of people off this everybody. Are you aware. Are you aware i mean. I'm a mess on twitter. Of course aware disaster disaster ever. I had to have a similar con- conversation with miss jane the other day. I'll listen my hero. That things trolls the people know. But but we got this a lot for you. Why is it appropriate to body. Shame women let alone one. The jess gave birth jacqueline. Jay said calling a women. That's breastfeeding and pumping milk made. It's not only an insult to the thousands of women who may have breastfed their babies. For centuries it's an insult to any woman that struggled to get pregnant longs for chance to have that experience with their child today well yes body shaming as a whole is not a good thing it's unhealthy and before. I say that i will say this. Yes what i said if it offended ashley. I apologized for it because it was not meant to ailing. If i offended because i don't know if she was offended okay but because she said that it was offensive. I wanted to make it clear that i was not referring to her postpartum body. I talk about her forehead her face the whole thing body shaming however. However if we're going to pick the pockets of kansas and my body shaming we must be on the table every time anyone on our show in any show has talked about saggy titties has talked about stovepipe legs has talked about flattering vaginas all body shaming but for whatever reason. Kansas is the only one who gets nailed to the cross. Let's work on that. Oh boy that's the apology. Well i apologize actually already matt repeating apology one apology. She got it. You got fascinating jay. What's snow your reaction to jen and lisa's conversation about you in tonight's episode. Is jen right in that. She's always apologizing. And do you think lisa had your back on your back. At least i have my back. I think lisa was trying in the best of her capacity. Given everything going on to make amends between me and jen and that was her her goal and his jen right that she's always apologizing. Jen says she sorry a lot. That's correct the problem with an apology. Is that you need to see the actions. Change along with the words and empty words. Don't do anything okay. Well meredith has dropped jen's friendship like she's whitney holding a birthday cake in a bikini but our good friend. Lisa barlow's still seems to all the candle for jan awkward. I wanna see where meredith and lisa stand today here. We go before. Janet lisa ever put.
"meredith" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas
"Than their male counterparts did. And so that also led to problems and disparity there, but after that first round, God bless the women's foundation of Arkansas. They saw the issue just like we did and we partnered up with them and they actually funded some women, which was an amazing thing to have that resource out there. They're still doing so many things and we keep working on trying to partner with them on things. If we can. Yeah. But they're based in Little Rock. They're based on Little Rock. Okay. And I've heard of the organization, but yeah, make sure we'll output a link in the show notes to the woman's foundation of Arkansas so that anybody listening to this knows how to reach out to those guys. They have been a resource for me for years because I do this tremendous research, unlocking at the economic indicators for women in Arkansas, but they've branched out, as they've been seen the numbers and started thinking, okay, how are we going to actually affect these numbers in a positive way? So they're doing great things and I'm glad that they are a good partner for us in Arkansas. They're that we did a seminar with them on just how to even get set up. As even a simple LLC that could then have an employee identification number and start looking at how can we get these women set up where they can think qualify for later rounds for PPP? Yeah. You know, and it's so funny as I'm listening to you talk about that. And you know, you think, I think, you know, one person's knowledge may not be somebody else's knowledge. And I know a lot of times like I've started a number of businesses and there's just certain things that I learned early on to do, right? But then you kind of take it for granted that you just assume everybody knows to do that. Or this is just par for the course, but it really isn't, you know, and that is the challenge that, especially that women face is just not having that lack of information and clarity about the proper steps to get set up and run a business the way that it needs to be run. Not that guys do it any better because guys struggle too in this area. I think cream always rises to the top, but the bottom line is that we suffer from a lack of information and also a lack of examples that we can look to and say, oh, okay, I saw Meredith do it with her business. I'm going to do the same thing. Exactly. And those examples, I mean, that's been the major thrust for woman run, we have speakers that are our examples of, okay, here's a successful way to run a salsa company in sullen to big box retail. Here's a successful way to start athletic headbands, company, and then sell it and move on to your next visit. So we try and have those success stories. But then we also try and talk frankly about failures and not even necessarily failures. It felt like a failure at one point in time, but time is then led to the fact of, oh, but I still learned from that. Yeah. It's not really a failure. I'm still here. I still have a business and I'm still moving along my family's good and there's food on my table. Yeah. Absolutely. And you're absolutely right. I mean, I always tell people, that's why it's so important to kind of have a mentor, somebody that's been down the road that you're going down, even if they're just a few steps ahead of you, maybe they've endured some pitfalls that you might be running into and making at least alert you to them and make you aware of them, but too often people are kind of, you know, and for those of you that you can't none of you can see this, but I'm just going to walking like I'm trying to feel my way through the dark and I'm not quite sure what I'm going to encounter. And that's how a lot of us are when we're in business and especially women when they're running their business. There's just nobody there to either grab the hand or to say, hey, I've got you or look out. There's something coming up up here that you're going to have to deal with, but it's okay because this is how you deal with it. And then you can, once you overcome that, then you just keep moving forward. And a lot of women when they start their business, it's that side hustle situation for it's in the home. So many women owned businesses are still in the home, but if they're struggling, it's really easy to then say I'm going to stop. Right. And that the benefit for women in this business is it is one of those mechanisms towards wealth generation. Sure. And we see across Arkansas, that's one of the best ways for women to succeed is having a business to then generate that wealth. It's a different situation than just working in a traditional employee situation. Right. And you know when you think of that and I remember I shared an article with you from LinkedIn that was sent out a while ago and it was kind of depressing to read and it talked about how according to the report by the national women's law center, women lost 5.4 million net jobs since February of 2020. That's a lot of I mean. One of the job reports was so horrible. I can't remember the exact number, but it was along the lines of that there had been 200,000 jobs lost and 15,000 gained, but the 15,000 were all men. Right. So all the job losses that report were controlled by women. And it was about the time in the pandemic when everyone started returning to school. And that was the other aspect of the pandemic. The caregivers, the people, either with children or parents that needed care, most of that was shouldered by women, and thank goodness I have a job that art when we were already at home anyway, but I can't imagine for the women that couldn't work from home or just had a lot of clients that they themselves couldn't go out and work. So how are we going to generate income other than starting your own business? Right. And you mentioned you shared some a number of statistics in one of the biggest things was where in the state of Arkansas is the highest increase in women owned business, which I was kind of surprised to hear is on the eastern side of the state. And in the delta. So in I'd love for you to kind of talk a little bit about that, you know, and just so that we here.
John Cena and Lil Rel Howery Buddy Up In ‘Vacation Friends’
"Premiering this weekend on who lose seems to have been the result of agents and producers thinking that it would be great to have the likable John Cena and Little Real Howry team up. Um for buddy of a buddy comedy. It's a wild idea, but it just might work. But doesn't work is what I'm saying. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, They forgot the comedy part anyway, and vacation friends Marcus and Emily. That would be Howry and Yerevan Orgy are a couple on vacation at the fancy Mexican resort hotel. He wants to propose to her there, even though her father and brother hate him. Emily's dad is a wealthy, dignified guy who thinks of Marcus is a crude construction worker unfit to be his son in law. Even if Marcus owns his own incredibly successful construction company, Emily's brother, just he's just a jerk. Any Who the hotel screws up the reservation in Mexico. So Marcus and Emily are screwed until another couple who have the biggest suite in the place offered to share. Now Ron, who was a swaggering, muscular forest ranger, played by Sienna, of course, and his did see girlfriend Kyla, played by MEREDITH Hagner are determined to help Marcus and Emily loosen up and have a good time like it or not, By the time vacation friends shifts focus from Mexico to a wedding party in Atlanta. You're going to wish you were on vacation Anywhere else, Man. I can't believe it. Little real. I love little Road Rail is talented John Cena look like it's strained. It's unfunny. It's painful to Washington. Oh, my God. Wait. I like other things that Sina and how we have done. For instance, the suicide squad seen this great bad trip with Eric Andre Little rails fantastic in that this, alas, is a short to watch again. It's a comedy with To know laughs on Lulu. You are doing
"meredith" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Three brothers. One has passed away. One has become beyond right wing He was like a trump. is trump. Like these basically in off the grid weirdo. And then the other one is is like a gross trumper elliott. You think anyone of these people are listening to this. Because that's calling people out i would. I would be stunned if they owned computers. I would be stunned if these people that might. My dad has a sister who lives in arizona. Who time was going through. Some crazy stuff. And i just i don't know we we're we're not the odds vaults and runfola are not a close knit clan. Just sort of we we we. We spun and then we spread stick. Together is a very close knit family. Very very quick. So that's what i was gonna ask. What is that like pan. Did you start to find like myself. We like we like our parents but we're not like super close to them and we found more connection with our friends. Did with our families love my parents so close in but also my parents are at an age where it's hard for them to travel so i think them coming up for a wedding. Was there last clip out here. It was unspoken but like we're not doing this again. Y- live here and are so flipping cool and i'm with them. Basically every sunday and really alice's obsessed with them and yet we have a great this family affair it so foreign to me. I always like we all even when you were younger because you've started acting as a teen. I started when i was eight eight. Okay well honey. I imagine it was a very dramatic time a teen young actor. You're like running around going at his auditions. Did i get it did i. Not now. I gotta go be on set with these adults who might be creepy. But that's not for. I didn't feel like that. It didn't feel like that. It just felt lake like just you know some kids play soccer after school. Like i just wouldn't go to school. And i'd go to the set so it didn't feel like i still. I still had all my best friends. I still hung out with all the kids in my neighborhood. I still. it didn't feel. I don't know i handled it pretty well. My parents are normal people with real jobs and the real professional people and this was just something. I wanted to do that. They supported it. Wasn't it didn't feel crazy. It's also i assume normalized out here. Whereas like i grew up in pennsylvania and it's just like no. That's not a thing right here it's like. Yeah obviously this is a possibility and and probably an attainable possibility. If you're photogenic and have charisma you that much charisma but when you have it in spades. It's just given to you left. Yeah no it's you and your family you hang out every sunday you're like hanging out talking about life. I guess what now he's trying to get. What is it like not to have emotional damage handed down to you. Yeah yeah. I mean there's a little bit i mean a tiny tiny bit of like you know when you open the door when you're home from college and your mom gives you that look and they look means. Oh my god. You're so fucking fat. What happened to you and you say mom. I know what you're doing. And she goes what. I didn't say i know what you're saying. I didn't say anything. And you're like i know i'm fat. You don't have to tell me anything. You gave me the look very real very accurate but my mother would say it like. She's my mom would say at two but she'd also give you that horrible that set it all i know she's she's very much like she'll give a look and then just in case you weren't going what that look was you get fat and it's the best part is she likes the phrase things of the question as though she's giving you time to account for your failing and and then she says stuff like you know what i've been doing lately is walking and eating really healthy start saying things thinking that you'll like not what she's trying to say but actually be like. Oh that sounds like a great idea. Mind do that with you. Get some emotional damage. There's a little. oh wait meredith. you raised jewish. Yeah are you still jewish. Of course like go to temple. Jewish like or like me where i fast on yom kippur and that might be the limit i had. I went to temple. When i was little and i went to all my friends. Bombardments fezzan love them and my parents. We have passover at my parents house. But it's like funny passover because my dad is like i want to tell you what my dad is like but the examples i'm gonna use. Maybe aren't the best example but in the old days they used to be. My dad is a mixture of dr huxtable and chevy chase from caddyshack. He's not bill cosby right right. Yes and so. He's a jokester and we'd have bill cosby funny. Just jovial. they're fun they're fun. Guys all right anyway gone so we have passover but like it's a but we make we make it fun like know why this night do we leave the four questions. He did like the four questions from Monty python and the holy grail. He's like what is your favorite color yellow nobu that movie but he would just bill. Cosby's voice like deporting. Bob footing rudy as the only black person. I felt i should take it. Good okay totally pivoting away. Because i'm so curious because you let's talk about. I mean you joked about it. You know getting married at one hundred forty seven. It's my question of sort of like when you do when you do meet somebody older when you're like i am settled in like this is who i am. This is my routine. This is how i approach life. I imagine it's like you either. Click or you. Don't like for instance. I think andy and i we met in our early twenty my mid twenties like in new york. We're like what is comedy. Let's find a dream. We felt like we really kind of growing up together. Oh y'all were already grown. You know what i mean like. You had a shot was he was he was married. He had a child he'd done all that. And i still was living the life of a you know. A swinging. Single settled been married okay. So you're okay you're okay so tell me everything. Tell me how you knew as a grown woman. One hundred forty seven years young young and these streets. How did you because well first of all. I dated everyone on the planet. I i had so many fabulous crazy adventure boyfriends never anyone. You'd wanna bring home to your dad but definitely fun adventures. So i think i got all that craziness out of my system and then i was single for a really long time and i was always with my friends and their kids. And i'm like anti-american jordan era. I have like tons of kids in my life. That i'm obsessed with and i was super just loving my life and and then patent and i met well we we. We met over facebook on a text thread. A friend of ours invited us to dinner party and he didn't end up going but it was on a text thread with like twelve people and the day after. I was like great dinner party. Dude you miss the best fucking lasagna. And he happened to be online at the same time and we started deming each other back and forth and then continued that for like three months two hours every single night. So i got to know him. I wasn't like trying to date him. He wasn't trying to date me. We were just talking like real people and then we like fell in love and then it was all freaked out like what happens when i meet him in person. I'm probably not going to like him. Because i know me and i hate everybody and i met him and i was here so cute like was there a moment and also to questions you were both public personas. Yeah like you knew each other. I assume as public personas before you met you. We knew of each other. I mean it wasn't like we were a couple of connections friend. Wise on the outer orbits of our friend groups. But we didn't really know like i wasn't am i if you're sitting public persona a comedian. Who tells jokes. But it wasn't like i was being that you know not till recently have i gotten really personal. And you've never been that you're working. Actress like your. He means man. But you see somebody on camera you know them but truthfully no he hadn't really seen much of my stuff and i certainly hadn't seen much of his stuff only once..
Professional Triathlete Ashley Paulson Recalls Her Toughest Moments on the Run
"Now i feel like especially with you because you're so positive in happy and you're just as bundle of energy so obviously we hear about the highlight reel. A lot and yours is extensive between racing and personal staff. You just have this relentless positive optimism. But i want to hear about a tough time so to look back on all the races you've done. Ultras ironman marathons twenty nine. Oh twenty nine. Which ones do you remember as being really challenging for any given reason you they're all challenging in different ways obviously Just because there's a smile on my face doesn't mean not like hurting news. I was hurting from my one Because of what. I had done earlier that week But some of my struggles in races The one that really popped in my head when you said that and it was actually Quite an inspiring story for me. Now that i look back at it. It was when i was racing. Kona world championship Ironman in two thousand fifteen. I was having a miserable day. I was out there from the beginning. I got kicked in the face came out with a is that i couldn't even see Fact my coach at the time He told my husband wants he. So my is. He's like there's she's not going to finish she cannot see at all So my bike ride was really really ridiculously slow. And how might curium trained so hard. I'd actually earned my pro card at the time to race professionally. I embarrassed and Feeling horrible about where amount on the run. And i see somebody walking in front of me and The person in front of me I'm like gosh that girl. She looks like meredith kessler. But there's not a chance she's way up there she's out there and i just go back to my pity party. You know today's rough today's talks. You know telling myself how how bad everything is But still of course moving forward. And as i get closer and closer i come to find out. It was meredith kessler like one of the number one in the world at the time it was. I used to out there and she obviously started before i did so i was actually passing meredith kessler and in my mind i was like i. I'm not saying this like oh my gosh. I'd beat meredith task. No it was like. She wasn't stopping. She was having a worse day than i was. And she wasn't
"meredith" Discussed on Love Letters
"So here i am telling you all about the highs and news of meredith dating experiment at the time. I didn't even actually know it was happening and i. That's pretty wild. We talk almost every day about absolutely everything but she never fucking told me at least not at first and just to be selfish. I any part of you. That was just like i should be telling bret any of this or are you afraid of with me. What was your was your fucking thing. It wasn't that i was afraid. Of course there were moments whereas like. I can't believe i'm doing something at bret doesn't know it. It's you probably get an alert. When i p but lake. Sometimes it can be really tempting to get lost in what your loved ones. Want for you. I would have started to worry. More about that or i would start would have started to be a game that the two of us would play or what it was like one of the first things i my life that was like absolutely pretty isolated in just for me. I love the people. tell me. they're dating stories clearly. I love it on this podcast. But i want them to wait and have it in the moment and then tell me so. It was important that i do that. And that i think you and i can be such sister wives. Also that it's hard not to go into this feeling like you're dating as a not just as us but like an entire group of people like if you wanna be my lover you gotta get with my friends and my sister and i didn't want it to feel like that i was shocked. Like how could you not tell me this. But i also got adding in the expectations of the people who love you..
"meredith" Discussed on Love Letters
"Some merit never had a dating profile. Goldstein is now on hinch. Which by the way. I didn't even know who we'll get back to that later. But for someone who has put almost no effort into dating over the last few years. This feels like a lot for her. She makes a deal with her friends. Sublet her ease into the swiping pool on her own terms. She keeps her profile deactivated fully invisible to anyone who might swipe on her for most of the day she agrees to activate it for a one minute singles temperature check once a day my friend. He called it opening the portal. He would say to me meredith open the portal. And then i would eventually close the portal. And let me be clear. We didn't mean just going on the app we meant unpleasing it so it was literally only on paused for one minute that first time and by the way when i would posit but open the portal..
"meredith" Discussed on Love Letters
"And i felt horrible about that again because there were so many reasons to be anxious about the state of the world but in terms of my actual personal life and brain. I got to stay in and sit down without feeling guilty. Like i got to be an introvert for a good cause like by just sitting at home and shutting the fuck up. I was doing the right thing to not get other people sick. And if i could compartmentalize the guilt of that. It was something to notice that i became very different. A version of myself that i liked a lot more and one of the things that i truly had begun to dislike about myself. Was that in all of my overbooking. I was constantly thinking about what i had to do next. For the first time. I felt like present i would have like zoom with a family member feel present and i think that's why when i had a friend who is contemplating going back online to date a friend who has sort of wondering if they should experience new single them online and i was advocating for it. This friend looked at me. And said you hypocrite. You've never even been on an app like all you do is tell people to go on apps all day for your day job and you've never done it. Meredith's friend was calling her out on her hypocritical. Bullshit she'd been advice columnist for more than a decade telling everyone to experiment on apps telling people not to feel weird about it. She even swiped for other people but she'd never really give it a go for herself from college up until their thirties up until our mom got sick. Meredith had had relationships on and off. I like some of the guys others and not so much but there were always guy she met from work or through. France like with the blind dates often. She knew them for a while before dating them..
"meredith" Discussed on Love Letters
"It's the final new beginning of the season. It's a story about getting off your ass opening your portal. Please get your mind out of the gutter at all makes sense in a minute. Trust me and saying yes when it feels right. It's about how pushing yourself out of your comfort. Zone in life in romance can actually lead to a whole lot of growth. My name is meredith. Goldstein i am. The host of the love letters podcast. Most of the time. Do i have to identify. It was meredith goldstein. Like do i have to use your full name. no i can just. I'm fucking with you. Okay okay fine okay. Merita pre pandemic your dating life. In three words go not applicable relief. I don't think intended on becoming monumentally single. When i was younger in my twenties early thirties i had a lot of friends who really knew what they wanted and they wanted to get married or they wanted to partner in some way and a lot of them wanted kids and because i knew that wasn't the case for me. It never felt urgent. Like i was like. Oh i want to get everybody taken care of. And then i'll then. I'll see and i wasn't lonely in a romantic sense. I just saw something i thought about. I like a great community of people. And i never felt like something was missing. So i think when you don't feel like something's missing especially by mid thirties there. No drive to be like. I really want to do this. And you know our momma second. She died and i'm very multitasking rate. So i'd be like well. I can't really right now because moms sicker purely because my mom died or like i can't really date because i'm working on a book you know any. I'm taking out the garbage possibly date. I remember going into the boston public market with you and you being like..
Meredith Goldstein on Being Monumentally Single
"Don't think intended on becoming monumentally single. When i was younger in my twenties early thirties i had a lot of friends who really knew what they wanted and they wanted to get married or they wanted to partner in some way and a lot of them wanted kids and because i knew that wasn't the case for me. It never felt urgent. Like i was like. Oh i want to get everybody taken care of. And then i'll then. I'll see and i wasn't lonely in a romantic sense. I just saw something i thought about. I like a great community of people. And i never felt like something was missing. So i think when you don't feel like something's missing especially by mid thirties there. No drive to be like. I really want to do this. And you know our momma second. She died and i'm very multitasking rate. So i'd be like well. I can't really right now because moms sicker purely because my mom died or like i can't really date because i'm working on a book you know any. I'm taking out the garbage possibly date. I remember going into the boston public market with you and you being like. Oh that guy's looking at you and my being like what guy even see a guy like i just wasn't looking at humans in that way so it became the sort of rom com like dreadful ironic character thing. Oh she's the advice columnist. Who just doesn't date. I'll say that. I had a bunch of blind dates. We have an episode. About how i recommend people setting each other up and i do and that's why anytime somebody had somebody to set me up with. I would go. I never said no. Was i truly open to the experience. I don't know you would also call me before any of these dates and kind of go into like an epic monologue about what the reasons why it wouldn't work usually before you've met the person like you only had three reasons lined up well. I don't think. I wanted to work right like i just couldn't imagine space by that point. I was at the age where people really partnered. And they have to consider each other and they have to each other's families like there's all the things that did not look
In 'Stillwater,' an American Oil-Rig Worker Seeks to Exonerate His Daughter
"It's a familiar story. The stereotypical American goes abroad crass and brutally honest, but with a heart of gold, who breaks all kinds of rules to save the day. But while the new movie still Water may wink at this formula, it has its own story to tell about America's place in the world. You're innocent, so we gotta keep fighting. It doesn't matter that I'm innocent Dad. It's not about justice about finding peace. That's Matt Damon as Bill Baker, a former oil rig worker who travels to Marseilles, France, to see his estranged Daughter, Alison, played by Abigail Breslin. She's in prison accused of the murder of a local French Arab girl, but claims to be innocent, and Baker struggles with the unfamiliar language, culture and legal system as he attempts to free her The movie is out now in theaters and its director is Tom McCarthy, who won the Academy Award for best original screenplay for Spotlight in 2016. I began by asking him if the real life case of the murder of MEREDITH Kercher, which sent American Amanda Knox to an Italian prison in 2000, and seven before she was eventually acquitted. Inspired this film. I would say the seed was there. I started the script 10 years ago, Really? And I was sort of fascinated with that case, particularly the idea of An American student being imprisoned and then ultimately focusing on the relationship between as you point out her and her estranged father. So it started there and worked on this first draft of the script with another writer, and I just got into a place where it just was straight up thriller. I just felt it lacked dimension and Maybe authenticity, and I sort of put it down. I made the decision is director not to pursue it. Put it in a drawer for about 67 years and I picked it up again and I re approached it sort of from Page one with two new French writers. And we really talked right off the bat with Tamar. But again, in the way Debray about exploring the sort of you know all the dimensions of this story, the human dimension of it. The thriller Dimension suspends
CDC: Data Shows Vaccinated People Can Spread the Delta Variant
"The delta variant at the same rate as the unvaccinated. The White House is trying to make sure that people who are vaccinated don't spread variants of this virus to those people who have yet to get the shot. The CDC, of course, dealing with all this new guidance that's been coming out ever since. The Delta variant has really dominated what's going on in hospitals nationwide. It's essentially recommending millions of people, regardless of vaccination status. Now we're mass endorsed. But remember, this is not a federal order. Instead, it's up to states and individual cities to decide how to proceed. The CDC says its recommendation was updated to ensure the vaccinated public would not unknowingly transmit the virus to others, including their unvaccinated or immuno compromised. Loved ones. Foxes Marc MEREDITH and
The Impossible Disappearance of Brian Shaffer
"Brian disappeared on purpose. Theory hinges on the fact that his friend. Clint is seen on camera heading back toward the ugly tuna selena where he claims. He looked for brian in the bathroom. Before rejoining meredith a few minutes later out in front of the bar but unless clinton managed to help pull off an incredibly risky and elaborate disappearance in the span of five minutes. Scenario is unlikely and if. Clint wasn't helping. Brian run away from his life. Why was the only person involved in this whole thing who refused to cooperate with police. Some people close to. Brian have questions about clint brian's brother and his father in law to be have publicly stated that they believe clinton knows more than he's saying even the detective currently working on the case told a reporter and twenty twenty that he believes someone interviewed in the past has withheld information. The detective wouldn't give the name of the person he was talking about. But who could have been other than clint right. And that makes sense. If anybody knows something about brian schafer's disappearance it's clint. He was with brian all night. And he was the last one to see brian. Person according to police clinton's the only person to refuse a polygraph test and almost immediately following the disappearance. Clint lawyered up so what is cling to hide. Maybe nothing maybe. He's just making the legally sound decision on the other hand. Let's say clinton is hiding something. There's two roads that could lead us down. The i is it. Clint is such a loyal friend. That after helping. Brian run away. He put his own security at risk by refusing to tell the police when questioned. The other road is more sinister in this scenario. Clint killed brian or at the very least knows who did
"meredith" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I wish i could remember the statistic more precisely but it's like being isolated. Is i think as bad as heart. Disease it causes. It is is a major cause of stress being not having some kind of interaction. It's what you know when little babies are born preemies babies they have women you know. Volunteers come and just touched them all day. So them grow yeah or else they don't grow. Yeah you know there's always. I'm really glad that we feel like we're on the beginnings of a being very open about medication therapy mental health. I the years that i resisted going on antidepressants and going to therapy. Because i bought into that fucking myth. And i think a lot of this came out all comedy because of the kind of figures that we worshiped. Which is we're trying to beat. You gotta be tormented to be funny. Yeah like if i would. If i take prozac what am i going to have to be talking about right. No you and by the way every all these people that we that we worshiped that we're all tormented and mostly drunks and drug addicts. Why do you think they were drinking and taking drugs right right. Who tried to improve their moods. They could create things like the whole idea. They just didn't have write access to the talk therapy and stuff that we had there. So i yeah and i remember so clearly. I've always remember this. When i when i finally did go into therapy because i was like having a nervous breakdown in my in my late twenties and i called my mom and dad and talk to them and suck. My dad was a marine for twenty years and it was like i just feel so weak that i make them like. I'm going to therapy. You know and i just feel so weak like you never went to therapy humphrey. Bogart never did therapy. And my dad said no humphrey. Bogart never did therapy. He also smoked a carton of cigarettes a day right. Which is that was him doing. Therapy abbott. right. You know so so. Do you want to smoke a cart cigarettes a day or do you want to go to therapy and liberal light. Just like oh wow. So he was doing pull ups when he told you that spill over tripwire explosions in the background. But what kind at. I just see all these things like that song. They did on crazy ex girlfriend. And then you know. Pete davidson on. Snl like this. No shame in the medication game. Make your mad right. Take take your meds romantic about going crazy. I completely are a creative person. Take your meds. You can keep doing creative stuff. I it sounds like you. You don't need this. But i love this when i my wife left me when i was twenty eight my first wife obviously and that was really sad and i was talking to millennia and i was like well. Shouldn't i be funny. I was like. I'm not funny like i wasn't fun i could. I could fake stand up for seven minutes even like the week she left me. I could go up. And i wanted to go do the rhythm to do the rhythm here the laughs and to kind of feel a little bit normal but i got off stage and i was just wearing another dentist reference for your dad but wearing the weighted lead jacket that no one can see like. You're just really heavy. And i said i thought all this stuff was supposed to make us funny in malaysia. Goes pain gets in the way it was like so there you have it. Good mullany great rid of the pain. But that's all get rid of all of the best stuff that i wrote in for katie to animate so trump my My special annihilation which was about the death of my wife and losing her in becoming a widower. But i wasn't really able to start writing and putting that special together to do properly until you process met at nonprofit meredith. No you wrote annihilation before. Well i wrote a lot of it. But i wasn't able to make it funny until i had some frigging joy. Yeah of course you know what i mean like. There was that as everyone. He wrote that totally paint. I wrote all. I wrote down all the incidents i wrote down all the reality of what happened but i wasn't able to start of corn until i met and by the way it was it wasn't even it wasn't even me necessarily falling in love. We we met and just talked for three months on on facebook. We just texted. We didn't even talk on the phone and just having someone to talk to every night and going. Oh there's there's intelligent cool. This is an having someone to talk to in the dark at the end of the day. That's what set me back on the path to where i needed to be so you all and i saw so many people during the comedy boom and this is the sound really mean but it was true. What you were saying. You would see a lot of these young comedians going. I had a horrible childhood. I should be hilarious like sometimes you have a terrible tout and it doesn't make you funny and there's other people who've had you know zach. Galifianakis had the most wonderful family at the most wonderful upbringing. And he's a he's brilliant. Feted you know and and and and you know people like david cross and lorikeet had nightmare. Childhoods also brilliant. But just because you have one of the other doesn't guarantee you the you know what i mean. That's so and you would see a lot of people coming to that realization and was it felt really tragic like you almost wanted to go. They deserve to have something. What the hell sometimes. That's not what it is absolutely well. i think. Probably a bell curve for me. And i'd love to hear what you think about this. It's like to me. It was a desire to connect you were saying connecting with people and as an actor you can relate. I'm sure i felt as a kid. I was like i'm not getting from the little. Hey how you doing. The fifty percent eye contact and the glazed overlook look like. I'm not getting enough. I want the hard stuff i want to know. And it's not just that they're listening to me but when three hundred people are listening to me. We're all listening to the same thing. There's like a united ryan concrete association of the moment. So maybe when i was younger it was like oh. They're all listening to me now. I just like that. We're all of one mind. That's why if you patent and allison. I'll watch movies together and there's nothing i hate more than during the movie if you like. Check your twitter because because it takes you out of that we're all in this whole. I understand that are in this room together. You get up to go to the bathroom and you don't posit. Why is that offensive. It's like we're watching glazier. I don't wanna wait. Yeah i want. I want us all in the same with. Can i tell you something. It's going to sound stupid column an epiphany. But it really wasn't epiphany i one of the last times i took mushrooms is i kept saying over and over. I don't know if you can remember this..
"meredith" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"You made it weird with the need homes. What's happening weirdos. It's patent oswald returns for the third time to you. Made it weird and this time. He brought the delightful and talented and funny meredith sounder. They are now hosting their own podcast. Which is called. did you get my text. Which is hilarious and fun and funny as is this conversation. I'm so glad you guys are here to check it out and definitely check out. Did you get my text as well. This episode we only have one. Pete's pick which i'm excited because it's a great one. It's our friends at ned. Anco if you guys like this show and you want to. Show your support of as i like to say. There's always free podcasts. By some that inco that would definitely help us out and it helps me out. I am a huge believer. A huge lover of cbd and then co makes a some of the best quality great absolute tasting clean perfectly grown cbd in the world. They have third party lab reports on who farms their him. They are very close watchers of their cold extraction process even where it's formed. They don't get it at some farm. That's growing five hundred acres of gmo cotton and a little patch of hemp. They have hemp specific farmers who are all about the plant who play music to the plant who have worm beds and feeding the soil of the things. That soil is usually lacking to get an incredibly beneficial clan ally. Which is what hemp is for those of you. That don't know what it's not like marijuana. It doesn't get you stone. I like to say it's my happy juice. It's very subtle. it's almost up. Perceptual just puts like a happy easy smile just behind your face. I know that doesn't really make sense. But that's how i feel when i take it. I can just feel myself be a little bit quicker to laugh quicker to focus quicker to ease into and yield into whatever project. I'm sitting down to do so. It's not like weed in that it doesn't take you out of the game. You can work on it. You can focus on it. You can read on it. You can carry a conversation on it. I'm not good with weed i love. Cbd i take it often in the morning. When i'm sitting down to work. Because like i said it just helps me surrender into the process. I have less anxiety what i could be doing. His focus and locking on what i am doing and i take it at night when i'm trying to wind down and relax and believe it or not. It helps both of those. It helps me lock into work and it helps me unwind at the end of the day. And that's why. I call it my miracle. Plant ally and in company makes such a clean. Cbd they don't even flavor it it's just mixed with a little bit of mcat oil and you can taste how clean the product is when you drop it into your mouth. It is super super clean. And like i said it either makes you feel chilled or it helps you merge into your work i find it to be mood elevating stress reducing and like. I said. it doesn't get you high. It's just a wonderful plant ally. I also loved their magnesium super super blend called mellow. But what. I'm really focusing on here. Is there. cbd so if you want to try that i highly recommend it and it would show your support of this show when we really appreciate that so go to hello dot com slash weird or enter weird at checkout for fifteen percent off your first one time purchase and twenty percent.
"meredith" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"I'm i've lived this very long life. I've had a lot of experiences. And i i. I spent thirteen years with this amazing woman. And i know another amazing woman when i meet them. Because of the time. That i've spent with michelle's almost like michelle helped me recognize. That meredith was just the same kind of amazing you know. So why would that just because it came along a year and a half that it wasn't just you. It was alice to. Oh absolutely. I mean that she if she analysis hadn't gotten along i would not be with her and i thought like this is going to be my daughter. There is no you know a lot of people are like. Oh you're a step mom. And i'm thinking i'm a mom like there's no other no one else's her mom. She had a mom. But i'm her mom. No one's telling her to how to take a bath. Nobody's telling her to eat or vegetables. Nobody's teaching her about mean girls in school. There's nobody but me there's no. I'm not the stepmom. I'm the mom. And that might and i don't want that to sound to anyone related to michelle. How dare you because it's not. How dare you michelle's her. Mom michelle's her mom and her mom. I'm it's just the idea of stepmom to me feels very much like there's somebody else they go back to who has to teach them the real stuff and the step mom just chimes in occasionally like whatever but that's not the case. It's very much like she's my baby. And and one hundred percent feel ownership of her and and. I'm glad that i do. Because i don't wanna feel a disconnect. I want it to be as intense as it is and it is and we are inseparable and i love her and she's my she's my everything and you talk. I think i answered it. I'm the kind of girl that at my friend's weddings. I mean yes. I'm an actress and on camera. I can obviously do anything. But if i have to speak about the real things in my life i just if it's too intense for me i just can't actually verbalize it without starting to cry two of my best friends. We're like we speak at my wedding. And i had the best speech and i got up to speak and i was like my best and i burst into tears. I do this and then they go up to the brand new whisper much. This is what i wanted to say but in front of everybody because can't be. Yeah and that's how. I feel talk about alex literally. Just get too choked up to even finish the sentence patent. It feels like going through this whole experience soup to nuts..
"meredith" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"A little dream. She's done voice. Work on shows like robot chicken mad the animated series star wars rebels and star wars the clone wars meredith and patent our parents to so they are very busy so busy that they don't get a lot of one on one time together so they did. What any sensible person in twenty twenty one would do. They decided to get some quality. Time in by making a podcast. Did you get my tax as a chance for meredith and patent to sit down and sort through the maelstrom of texts. They send each other each day. It's a moment to take a break from the agony of daily life. Just sit down and talk about all kinds of things from post mates emails too bad tweets to a go. D- fit looks like cookie monster and on the way they also get into serious stuff relationship. Issues friendships loss before we get into the conversation. Two things i. This interview has plenty of jokes and goofing around but we also get into some more serious topics like dealing with grief in two thousand sixteen patent lost his first wife true crime writer and journalist michelle mcnamara quite suddenly. We thought we'd give you a heads up about that now. Let's kick things off with a clip from patent and meredith podcast. Did you get my text. here they're talking about why meredith won't ever get a facelift. We should cut this whole part of the podcast so that later in life when you haven't gotten a facelift people can go. What a brave choice she made. That's right you know what i'm bucking the system. Now if i get one my face will fall off my skull. I might go paralyze. Who's to say. I am afraid of medical procedures. I don't like iv's or anything like that. So maybe i wouldn't right. I can't anyway. But maybe i wouldn't make sure but i never will do that. Other weird stuff where you end up looking like crazy cat lady where you inject your face with everything because that is horrifying..
What Skilled Creative Is - Brandon Kaplan CEO of Skilled Creative Discusses the Rise of Voice in Media and Commerce - Voicebot Podcast Ep 216 - burst 03
"Were a voice agency You know we call ourselves a full service voice agency because we we help our clients with education and strategy and creative and technical production and audio production creative production go to market strategy maintenance analytics partnership management so if an organization is interested in invoices a channel or a user interface than were or there. Were we kind of look at ourselves. Like a accenture or deloitte for us as touch point And started the company as as an innovation company working in a bunch of different technologies. And then we we. We pivoted to really hyper focusing on voice. You know probably three years ago And then you know. We've we've further kind of whittled down into a few different categories. We certainly work with a number of cpg clients because we we see a big growth in invoice commerce as many others do but we've also really doubled down on on and so that's why we've had the chance to work with meredith corporation the nba and potter more and warner music group and warnermedia. Hbo max and a number of different media companies. Because if you look at you know how people engage with voice a lot of it is media and entertainment and we talked to our clients a lot where we say you think about computers in nineteen ninety-seven think about mobile phones in two thousand seven people didn't get a smartphone in two thousand seven and then throw it out they just got the next one and it kept on permeating their house in their lives more and more and more so as soon as somebody adds voice device to their house. It's likely some small outliers gonna say that was that was weird and they and they turn it off and plug it but most people are going to be offloading more and more of their daily utility to those devices. So we say listen. If you know media and entertainment has really been at the forefront of every major digital We'll see voice any different so music and entertainment and streaming and games and news and and all of that we think voices a a really powerful user interface for
A highlight from Interview with Crime Writer Richard Meredith: S. 7, Ep. 1
"All about the craziness. what's it about. Well i say that the across nest is a crime. Silk throw without Police furlough agents or the military's just two men seeking justice against a brutal cartel is its unique so far. I think it's the only novel about the use of the crew. Some rains in the smuggling of cocaine. Between colombia mexico i kinda described as the mutant spawn of dos. Vote and savages. But it's us in a nutshell. The girls nestle story about to a giant bows dettori smuggler. Chase brenner who's innocent. Fishermen and for different reasons. Both men get cross Sideways with the bishops bach cartel and the box and the capo fernando. Cuervo they're desperate and are on the run and they figure the providers to bargain for their lives but they really don't have any leverage. So johnny west some inside information about the the cartel decide conceives a plan to hijack one of the cartel secret the narco submarines and figure with a hundred billion dollars worth cocaine in the onboard. They could cut a deal. And it's a great idea. Until cartels chief sicario mandate kudo kidnaps jason's family. Now things get a little more complicated. Johnny faces kind of the moral dilemma of his life. Ditch as the man who saved him from sure death or escape with rich beyond his wildest dreams and lose it all including his life to save jason away from family and from there. Others much mayhem on the road to resolution nutshell. That's interesting. it sounds like almost a little bit like a like an action adventure with psychological thriller thrown in there a little bit a little bit of all. The characters are flawed in some
Will the Content Entrepreneur Business Continue to Boom?
"Here's the thing. This is just the tip of the iceberg. This industry is because for whatever reason the last year and a half you've had venture capital capitalists. You've had a high big tech companies that have realized that they can make money with content creators. Who are not just doing. A side gig anymore or side-hustle as maybe gary banner check check. Call it. they're actually building businesses. And that's what what's interesting and these businesses. Oh they can spend money and they will spend money and they are spending money and where what. I'm the the data point that i would like to get to and i haven't figured out a way to do it. Maybe you know robert is. I'm trying to figure out how you can tell the numb if you say that. The united states has you've had x. number of businesses started in america in the last twelve months. How can you show the number of those businesses that content entrepreneurs he can't. I can't figure out a way to do it right now. But i think that that's kind of what we're striving toward. Because i believe nobody thought that the youtubers of the world or the twitch streamers or whatever would be able to be self sufficient not even that but to start hiring people and to start buying marketing services and data services and advertising services and really. be the You know this content creator content entrepreneurs real is the one driving this entire creator economy.
Trump to Deliver Speech at North Carolina GOP Convention
"Former President Trump is making a rare public appearance this afternoon, speaking at the North Carolina Republican Convention, this will be one of the few of a handful of times that we've actually heard from the former president since he left the White House. Now, organizers say this could be a big boost for their party foxes Marc MEREDITH. GOP leaders hope the former president will help them in the midterm
The Impossible Disappearance of Brian Shaffer
"At one fifteen. Am the security camera posted outside. The bar caught. Brian clinton meredith riding up the escalator and extensively heading for the ugly tuna celona forty minutes later at one fifty five. Brian can be seen again on the same security camera chatting with a couple of women out side the bar two security guards stand a few feet away most likely getting ready for the bar crowd to leave after last call at two. Am honestly even thinking about being at a bar at two am makes me tired on the security camera footage. Brian can be seen walking toward the entrance of the bar. But the actual entrance of the bar itself is out of frame as the drunken horrid of college. Students poured out of the bar at closing time. Clint and meredith waited outside for bryant. They called him on his cellphone but he didn't pick up in clinton back inside and check the bathroom but he wasn't there. Clinton meredith then made the assumption that brian had already left and hadn't told them folks. Can we please normalize not leaving your friends at bars. Just because you can't get a hold of them like unless they explicitly said you go ahead. I'll stay here and or they're not like incoherently drunk. Don't leave without your friend. Who gave you know warning that they were going somewhere. Well that's not. How clinton and meredith handle the situation. They assumed nothing was wrong and left But the next morning no one had heard from. Brian girlfriend tried calling him. His father tried calling him. He didn't pickup and then on monday morning. Brian was a no show at the airport for his flight. To miami with alexis by this point nobody had heard from him for almost forty eight hours. That's when everyone officially stopped assuming nothing was his family finally called columbus. Police department filed a missing persons report and shortly thereafter. The search for brian schaefer began
95% of bull kelp forests have vanished from portion of California coast
"Until recently giants seaweed called bull kelp formed lush underwater forest in northern california's coastal waters. These kelp forests have long provide critical habitat for many species like salmon crabs and jellyfish. But now just a. Few patches of bulk help remain. It's very desolate looking. That's meredith mcpherson. Nephew see santa cruz. She was part of a team that studied satellite images of about two hundred miles of california coastline. They found that starting in twenty fourteen. The area covered by kelp dropped by more than ninety five percent. She says the die off was driven in part by an underwater heat wave which depleted nutrients in the water and made it harder for the kelp grow compounding. The problem populations of purple sea urchins which eat kelp have exploded in the region in coming decades. More marine heat waves are expected. We know that these types of events these warm water events and stronger el nino's going to become more common and frequent with climate change so mcpherson says warming waters and hungry urchins will make it harder for these kelp forest to survive.
Colonial Pipeline Paid Roughly $5 Million in Ransom to Hackers
"End of June in his state. Where those cyber criminals that forced the shutdown of the colonial fuel pipeline go. The hackers behind the attack Colonial attack have reportedly disbanded, but security firms warned that they could pop up again. Maybe under a different name. Fox is Mark MEREDITH. The pipeline company reportedly paid the $5 million ransom demanded by the hackers. America is
Addressing Racial Inequities in Maternal Health
"Want to know you before you get pregnant so that when you get pregnant. You are automatically celebrated. You don't need to be heterosexual married and of age to be celebrated when you get pregnant. We a black babies coming into the world and that is a joy to us a celebration to us and so if we know you we can get you set up for joy celebrating but also prenatal care so there's like this piece of work that's like a normal natural reality that mary's itself very easily once you have relationship with people to supporting a healthy pregnancy and birth. That's dr meredith shockley smith. She's the director of community strategies for cradle cincinnati a collaborative organization working to reduce infant mortality in hamilton county while her work is centered in ohio. This is a national problem in america. Black mothers and their children are dying at a staggering rate according to a twenty nine thousand nine. Cdc report black babies are over two times more likely to die than white children. Black mothers account for three times as many deaths as their white asian or hispanic counterparts and the story has gotten some attention in the press but the message is not always reaching the people who need to hear it most. It seems as if because it's in the national news at that means everybody knows but if you're in the corners of the earth and you watch netflix for the most part and you work excessive days necessarily coming through the news and you're also not trying to hear that like horrible sad story and then figure out how to divorce yourself your physical body that you're already struggling already experienced racism in and then they let me just also consume that the likelihood that may be will die. I will die like extremely high. It's a lot but the responsibility to fix. This problem should not fall on black women. Shoulders alone policymakers. In healthcare professionals have a lot of work to
Jury convicts former chairwoman of Montana Native Women’s Coalition
"A federal jury has convicted. The former chairwoman of montana nonprofit of false claims wire fraud and theft from a receiving federal funding yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas has more meredith. Mcconnell is the most recent former staff member and leader within the montana native women's coalition to be convicted of misusing federal grant funds to benefit herself and others. The coalition's former executive director cheryl lawrence and ex board member barbara day chief pleaded guilty to stealing funding from the coalition earlier. This year the montana native women's coalition seeks to support native american victims of sexual and domestic abuse the montana. Us attorneys office argued that over a four month period in two thousand seventeen. Mcconnell is responsible for the mishandling of more than ten percent of the nonprofits grant funds. Mcconnell pleaded not guilty to all charges claiming her signature was forged on a number of incriminating documents following the federal jury's conviction mcconnell faces a maximum of twenty years in prison a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine and three years of supervised release. She has not yet been sentenced for national aid of news reporting for montana. I'm caitlyn
'Zombie' Urchins Are Wiping Out Kelp Forests
"California francisco. has a sea urchin problem. They've exploded in numbers off the northern california coast and these purple spiky urchins are wiping out crucial kelp forests so scientists are searching for ways to slow him down. Here's npr's laura summer diving. A kelp forest is a lot like walking through a real forest. The seaweed is thirty to sixty feet tall. It's very surreal. You're kind of coming around. And then you have this large canopy over you. That's kind of filtering light. At least that's how it used to be says. Meredith mcpherson a graduate student at uc santa cruz. She and her colleagues found that ninety. Five percent of kelp forests have disappeared in counties north of san francisco. Cal provides a key habitat for all kinds of marine life. We were expecting something like that. But it doesn't really make it any easier to digest in terms of the actual loss of the coastal ecosystem because of an ecological double whammy. I came marine heat. Wave known as the blob. Water temperatures rose far above normal then came a more direct attack. Purple sea urchins. Their veracious grazers. They devour kelp. Sometimes we see dozens of them. Crawling up the stem of the kelp and kind of taking it down from there. Normally urchins are kept in check by their main predator off northern california a giant starfish sea star scientists call them known as the sunflower see star. But they've been wiped out by sea star wasting disease. Scientists think that both the disease the blob of warm water were made worse by climate change even now with most of the kelp off northern california gone the urgency
CDC updates coronavirus guidance for child care centers
"CDC releases covert recommendations for day care facilities. Most parents are going back to work. The government is trying to release them plans so that their kid's day care facilities can get back open. The CDC released some new guidelines Friday for child care centers. It suggests that facilities staggered, drop off and pickup times, space out toys and nap spaces and screen anyone going into their buildings for possible covert exposure. Fox's Mark MEREDITH, adding that the city C notes on its website. The guidance is meant to supplement not replace any federal state tribal Local or territorial, public health and safety laws.
New York Times CEO Meredith Levien on the future of news, and her newspaper
"You think there's a hundred million people around the world that want to pay to read news digital news in english so once you get to your ten million which will come sooner than later. What's the next reasonable milestone for you guys. What are you looking out yeah. That's a great question. I'll just say it's nice to see everyone's one of my favorite gatherings every year. So thanks again jason. For for having me Let me let me actually step back. And just talk a little bit about the hundred million as the addressable market on for the times and i think for probably many others in this room i also said yesterday there was something like a billion people who read digital news so i think one hundred million as a potential audience of people who will pay for it in english. It's probably a conservative number. The market day from what we can tell of people who pay for english language digital news probably eighty million. Roughly divides has in the united states. And half beyond so. I say it is hard to imagine the times at seven and a half million total subscriptions today having mortgage here. That's you know two three even even four times that over time. And i'd say with plenty of other room if you assume one hundred at least one hundred million plenty of other room for other quality independent journalism outlets to survive and to thrive in that. You got ahead of me on the is is the new york times gonna swamp else in the news business question but you know netflix. For years as they were growing their business and they were often pitting themselves against hbo. They would take pains to say just because we're growing doesn't mean it's at hbo's expense. A lot of our subscribers are also subscribing to hbo now. There are many more people going after that same market. What percentage of time subscribers are subscribing to another news product. That's a really good question. I expect we have a fair number of people who subscribed multiple products. One of the things we don't do is journalism at the local level outside of our our home market so i think there are plenty of people who still subscribe to local news organization. They're applying people who still subscribe to something that's in a in a special interest in business or sports or otherwise and i'll just take up on on what you're saying and we to disney which came many years after net flicks and because the quality and frankly the specificity of their product This specificity of of who their brand is or has been able to grow and put up a historic. You know i i. I guess year In in the streaming business even wall net flicks also put up the historic year. Hbo max numbers are nothing. Sees that either. But our time is infinite. Most bank accounts are finite when someone is subscribing to the time do you think they are moving money away from another news product. You think it's often a new are new to paying for news and do you think they're thinking about this. As this is my new subscription versus mice spotify versus my. Hbo versus my netflix. Or is it all just one big pool of discretionary subscription spending. I think it looks more. Listen i don't. I don't have a perfect answer and were thinking hard about this as the question. You're you're asking me. But i do think it looks more like the thing you said than i. Which is. i'm going to subscribe to a number of services that help me in our case understand the world and potentially live a fulfilling life. I think amazon prime is a great example of a subscribe. For a number of reasons. I subscribe so get my paper towels faster. And i subscribe so i can read my son at the right books at night and so i would think of it more or the same way. Let let me say one thing though. Because i think you're really poking at drama we think how do we think about the market in. What does it mean for others. I actually think we're still. It's a heartwise. Say a billion readers digital news much more willingness to pay in the world at least one hundred million people who will pay. That's us trying to narrate. How big an opportunity we have. But i think it's kind of a big opportunity. Generally and i do think those forces Sorta good good for everyone. I'll add to that. We're still in the early days of this raid. The pay model actually turns ten years old pay model for the new york times. This quarter and i would argue. We're still making a market for paid digital news subscription. It wasn't that long ago that everybody said things like digital news wants to be free that you know we're we're still in the formative stages and we look you know with my guess is some of our our journalistic competitors might think news corps reported yesterday and they had a great year for subscriptions. My understanding is post had a great year for subscriptions and we sort of look at all of that as making mark. Can you talk a little bit of the mechanics of what you've about running subscription business. You talked to yesterday about you. Know you're you're you're doing a good job of getting people to sign up with cheap subscriptions graduating them to full price subscriptions. I think you just announced that you're going to have your first. Are you are raising prices for subscribers for the first time so mechanically. What have you learned about sort of when when to bring the paywall up when to ask people to pay Went to graduate them to a full price subscription. Yeah great. Great question. Twos for underlying principles. I would say like lessons that that can keep repeating number one. You have to keep investing in the content itself as given that it has to be good. Take that has given. It's gotta be great. You need a really big audience. Funnel of deeply engaged people. And i'm i'm very focused right now. On the fact that we like broke every record that i know of terms of audience engagement this year or something like wanted to americans to the times in peak covid in the first half of the year when into adult americans wall we were still selling on a subscription for us. Big part of the formula has been you need a wide amount of really high quality journalism accessible to a lot of people actually for much of the first half. I won't remember the dates but for much of the first half. We had everything about code on our site outside of the paywall and still managed to sell out of subscriptions. So you know i guess. That's a long winded way of saying friction isn't the only answer and you know use friction in a really thoughtful and deliberate way recognizing that it's going to take people. Time and energy to engage will say one other thing that That's been a big learning of late. And that is that if we can get you to make a direct relationship with us just like just give us your email address. Get to give us your email address. We got along window of time to get you to engage with something on the new york times. Maybe it's downloading the app or signing up for a newsletter or signing up for any number of of alerts but we've got a number of bites at the apple at getting you to engage. And i would say that is probably the case for any subscription
"meredith" Discussed on WDRC
"B O M. MEREDITH but talk of Connecticut. The ground rules are said I'm Lisa Let Sarah Fox News and the leaders on both sides of the aisle along with former President Trump's legal team have agreed to the structure of his impeachment trials, impeachment managers and lawyers for present. Trump will spend four hours convincing senators went there. Oh, not a trial is constitutional. Trump's legal team has said since the former president is now a private citizen. The article of impeachment must be dismissed House Democrats site previous impeachments after an official left office. Side is also afforded up to 16 hours to make their impeachment case before senators are allowed to ask questions. Potentially request witnesses and deliberate socks is Jared Halpern as some local schools conceited wrestle with the question of reopening for in person learning. White House chief medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci says schools can reopen with proper safety protocols in place. It's not an easy problem to solve. Obviously, we want to get Teachers vaccinated. They are essential personnel. As far as we're concerned, it would be important to get them vaccinated. But there are situations where you likely consisted, get Children. Back to school. CDC is expected to issue its guidelines for reopening schools this week. Authorities in Pinellas County, Florida, say a hacker got into remote access system shared by workers at a water treatment plant in a city of about 15,000 in a failed attempt to put lye in the city's water supply. The family of a novice stock trader who committed suicide after you mistakenly believed he lost more than $700,000 is suing robin and financial, claiming the stock trading ABS. Is this practice is directly led to Alex currents Death. Last June, Robin Hood issued a statement saying he was devastated by currents death and has since made improvements to his options offerings. The company has.
"meredith" Discussed on WDRC
"MEREDITH the talk of Connecticut. Hey, may not sign it. I'm Lise Ella Sarah Fox News President Trump railing into the spending and coronavirus relief package passed by Congress last night, saying in a video posted to Twitter. Other countries benefited from the bill. More than American Congress found plenty of money for foreign countries, lobbyists and special interests while sending the bare minimum to the American people who needed. It wasn't their fault. It was China's fault. Current bill would provide $600 to most Americans, the president says. That's not another wants 2000 for individuals and 4000 for couples. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tweeting response reading. Republicans repeatedly refused to say what Mount the president wanted for direct checks. At last. The president has agreed to 3 to $2000 Democrats ready to bring this to the floor this week by unanimous consent. Let's do it. Also tonight, President Trump issued more than dozen pardons and several commutations President announced 15 pardons and all notable among them George Papadopoulos and Alex Vendors one both of whom were charged with making false statements in the Mueller probe. He also credited public figures and current lawmakers for the pardons and sentence commutations of former Republican legislators Chris Collins, Duncan Hunter and Steve Stockman, all convicted of either fraud or misuse of funds. Pardons also went to two ex Border patrol agents jailed in the shooting of an undocumented immigrant and the South Carolina preacher convicted of drug possession who has mentored at risk youth since his release. Colonel Scott Fox News House Intelligence Committee chair, Adam Schiff issued a statement in response to the pardons reading. In part, Trump has valued loyalty above all else above the rule of law above our democracy and certainly above Justice. America is listening to Fox News. Looses the German shepherd now 11, and he's been an amazing dog loose is so active and so alert and hasn't had any kind of health problems at all. He has a beautiful coat and that 11 you'll still run and chase the ball. He has been on dynamite since he's a puppy, Dina fight for life. Because if they're getting all the vitamins, micronutrients, microbe eels from the big Danning, then you're not going to run into the problem associated with the grass..
"meredith" Discussed on WDRC
"To W B O M. MEREDITH. The talk of Connecticut School Bells on Jack Callahan Fox News every opening schools, the subject of a White House meeting on Tuesday. That was the president's message since he welcomed a variety of stakeholders to the White House to discuss the safest way to reopen schools this fall, despite a recent spike in covert 19 cases, we hope that most schools they're going to be open. We don't want people to make political statements would do it for political reasons. They think it's gonna be good for them politically, so they keep the schools close. No way. So we're very much going to put pressure on governors and everybody else to open the schools. At least 39 states have released school reopening guidance for fall of 2020. It's most states start dates varying by district. Fox's Kevin Corke. Education secretary Betsy DeVos says her department is seriously considering withholding federal funds from school districts that do not make an honest effort. Bring students back this fall. There is no excuse for schools not to reopen again and for kitchen kids to be ableto learn again full time. The data doesn't suggest anything different Secretary DeVos telling Fox's Tucker Carlson tonight that adults who are fearmongering and making excuses. Simply have to stop. Fox News has confirmed. The chief Justice John Roberts, fell and hit his head two weeks ago while walking near Washington, DC Roberts hospitalized overnight as a precaution. He has a history of seizures, but doctors say he had not suffered one that night. China trying to steal American research for a Corona virus vaccine, according to Texas Republican Congressman Like McCall. The Chinese, as I speak, are actively trying to breach by cyber tags to steal our research and development for the vaccine so that they can claim that they saved the world. From the very virus very pandemic that they created. The FDA says. At least four vaccines have been moved into clinical testing All street Tuesday. The Donald Trump 396 NASDAQ off 89 the S and P 534 points. Lower America.
"meredith" Discussed on KSCO Pet Radio
"More. It's cured at the moment. We'll see what happens now. Pasha passion I am no evidence of disease at the moment and have been since last September. Though I had a scare a couple of months ago the passion will not pay my electric bill. Now and that's that's the problem you have and you know that's the problem. You have trying to be a writer particularly if you wanted to do what you do so very well talk to us and we only have about three minutes. Where can people find your work? Who do you write for if somebody wants to read Meredith war? Go and I'd recommend that they do because you're a fine writer Where did they find you? Where do they find you out with the best places to go to my website? Which is meredith work? Oh Dot COM On their have links to the book I had links to other articles that I've written for various dog related magazines. Dog Fancy Dog Dog World Kind of just have a portfolio of my articles on their so. If anybody's looking for a writer in the Animal World Please feel free to contact me. I would love to help. Tell your story and You know there's that's the good thing there's never. I don't think we'll ever run out of material to write about. It's just finding the people who have the stories and want their stories to be shared so please feel free to contact me again. Best place to do is Excuse me Meredith. Wargo DOT COM. You can also find me on facebook and on twitter and You know let's let's let's make this work somehow and continue promoting all those hardworking people out there and hopefully saving some animal lives As a result as well..