35 Burst results for "Michael I"

Barr says Justice Department has no evidence of widespread fraud in election

Michael Savage

00:28 sec | 1 hr ago

Barr says Justice Department has no evidence of widespread fraud in election

"Barr says there is no evidence of fraud that will change the election outcome. Interesting, he said, just the earlier just before show time. That the Justice Department has not uncovered evidence of widespread voter fraud. That would change the outcome off the 2020 presidential election, and his comments come despite the president's repeated claims that the election was stolen. And, of course,

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California unemployment: CA lawmakers demand to know why Bank of America is draining EDD accounts

Ray Appleton

00:50 sec | 2 hrs ago

California unemployment: CA lawmakers demand to know why Bank of America is draining EDD accounts

"Ah Bipartisan Group of state lawmakers is now demanding to know why Bank of America is draining state unemployment accounts. Here's KGO reporter Michael Finny. Group of 59 State legislators is demanding answers from Bank of America firing off this letter to CEO Brian Moynahan, saying every legislative office in the state has experienced an unprecedented number of constituents asking to resolve problems with a D D and B event. The letter poses a list of questions to be answered by Tuesday. Among them, Why is Bank of America taking funds and freezing Democrats? Bank of America tells us that will respond. Directly. The legislators meeting General will say we are working with the state and law enforcement to identify and take action against fraudulent applicants.

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Bitcoin jumps to all-time high as enthusiasm for crypto grows

Bloomberg Markets

02:19 min | 6 hrs ago

Bitcoin jumps to all-time high as enthusiasm for crypto grows

"That. Let's switch gears to another big security. That sister moving an asset that's been moving in. That is our good friends at Bitcoin of looking at it right here, 19,000. 315. It had touched intraday high 20,000 just recently, little bit little bit of a pullback here, but it's just had a just an extraordinary run here since September since March, Anyway, you look at it. The graft just looks amazing. Mike McGlone. He actually understands what's going on here. I admit, I really don't. That's why I turned to Michael. We have big days like this Michael Clone. Commodity strategist for Bloomberg Intelligence. So, Mike again the graph I'm looking at here, the trailing 12 months graft just extraordinary. Here. Just this last run since they let's say, September we were down to 10,000. And here we are pushing 20,000. What's the driver here? Yes, Paul certainly shows good charts. What's really happened? I think in the last few months is the markets come around to this is the virus isn't going away, and it's becoming part of institutional portfolios. Michael Strategy making mate made a major Alka Kate allocation squares involved. We have people that stand Stanley Druckenmiller and Mexican billionaires. Key point is well, it's a key point is, you know I look at the Mexican peso is it's dropped 50% versus it down in the last 10 years, so people need to diversify their their holdings wealth on it on a global basis. So from American standpoint, Yeah, you know for us, you know, money is kind of like water is to a fish. But for the rest of the world, Bitcoin is somewhat of a savior. It saves people from currency to basement. And then we have the shorter term. You know, the indicator that Papal really brought it to the masses in this country. I I just tried it out to just buy a small like $100 worth. It was so easy and so cost effective. I was shocked. So about this going is it because central banks have started taking it seriously now that these big investors will finally jump in? Well, that's that's part of the unique part of it. The supply is very limited and demand it actually increases with higher prices. So right now it's total market cap is about 357 billion. That's not big enough for central banks and for a lot of large entities. But asset increases it moves into that space. That's the unique thing about its long as it's not, too of Noxon Dent's orderly, the bigger it gets more likely central banks can hold it. There's one key central bank on the planet that's probably allocating big kind of writing. That's

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Apple Stores Moving To Express and Store Front Pickup

Mac OS Ken

01:27 min | 9 hrs ago

Apple Stores Moving To Express and Store Front Pickup

"Apple is doing the holidays. Twenty twenty style. That does of course mean being there to serve while staying the heck away from the people at serving nothing personal strictly cove add michael steeper at nine to five. Mac says close to half the apple stores in the states have transitioned to express storefront pickup to give you an idea of how fast this has gone before. The iphone twelve launch in october senior. Vp of people and more people deirdre. O'brien sent apple planned to have fifty stores. Worldwide converted to express pickup by the end of october. By the end of november. Steiber says one hundred twenty. Five of the company's two hundred seventy stores in the states alone had made that move but wait. There's more outside of the. Us deeper says expressed storefronts have replaced. Walk in shopping at fifteen about bulls twenty stores in france nine in italy. Eight and spain two in the netherlands and one in switzerland. Nearly every apple store in the u. k. is currently limited to click and collect pickup of online orders and half a dozen locations in canada offer a mix of express service and storefront pickup. If you're buying from apple and you know what you want probably best to shop online this season

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Fauci expects tens of millions of coronavirus vaccine doses at start of 2021

Ron St. Pierre

02:23 min | 10 hrs ago

Fauci expects tens of millions of coronavirus vaccine doses at start of 2021

"Actually saying millions. They're going to start receiving a vaccine in December. Joining us now is Michael Barr from our 24 7 network with all things vaccine. Good morning, Michael. Yeah. Good morning, Ron. And that's a good place to start because you've got the president who is officially called on the FDA commissioner Stephen Han to join him in the White House today and that since calling Han on the carpet And going to what I'm sure is going to be a grilling over why he hasn't moved faster to approve the Fizer Corona virus vaccine and that meeting's already kind of shaping up to be a little tense. Hunt issued a statement yesterday saying. Let me be clear our career. Scientists have to make a decision and they will take the time that is needed to make the right call on this important decision. What you're hearing out of the White House. Is that their center complaining the FDA is not working around the clock to get things approved. And because of that, you saw the chief of staff, Mark Meadows called Dr Hahn in for a briefing. Now, one of the things that we know is that you've seen Appear to be plane loads on some level of vaccines dropped off in different parts of this country as well as I've seen foreign as well on we're still waiting on the approval from the FDA to give it the thumbs up. We did hear from health and human services Secretary Alex is our yesterday that the vaccine will be shipped within 24 hours of FDA approval. And then, he said, I think rather optimistically that it would be up to nursing homes, hospitals and pharmacies to get that dispensed, and that's true, But you have to get it through the state's first and the states and what the process will be in those individual states. As to how to this first, the vaccine has yet to be determined. We're waiting for that guidance that will come in the meeting today from the CDC. To give a better indication of whether or not the follow through is, Let's make sure that our frontline workers and health officials, the people who are in hospitals and first responders are the ones getting that vaccine first, and then we can start to move into more concerning communities and then who would get things from their That's all relatively true as well. But the states have to kind of break those guidelines down. Based upon the movement from the Trump administration, saying that states would be the ones responsible and that it would be the most populous states and getting the first doses of these vaccines if you will, so there's a lot at play here. There's a lot that's being run through the government that could cause delays. But again, the theory is once the FDA approves it. Those vaccines that are sitting on the runway someplace in Chicago will be able to be dispersed and you could begin getting the vaccines out to people who need it.

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Metcalf, Wilson lead Seahawks over Eagles 23-17

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 12 hrs ago

Metcalf, Wilson lead Seahawks over Eagles 23-17

"The Seahawks got a pair of second quarter touchdowns as they would on the waist twenty three seventeen victory over the eagles in the Monday night matchup quarterback Russell Wilson gave Seattle a seven nothing lead early in the quarter with a one yard touchdown pass to David Moore they got a sixteen yard touchdown run by Chris Carson for a fourteen nothing lead Wilson threw for two or thirty yards for the Seahawks were approved to eight and three on the season Carson Wentz will protect all passes for the eagles in the loss Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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Rita Ora sorry for birthday party that broke lockdown rules

Who? Weekly

07:15 min | 14 hrs ago

Rita Ora sorry for birthday party that broke lockdown rules

"Now for some breaking news. Was she wary. Where was she seen she posted. Why on instagram. Who clean gone too long pause. What's rita ora up to. Who is this woman. We've never done this before we've never opened with what's read or up switching the order of the show were doing top down instead of bottom up. No we're doing bottom up top down bottom up and as we've said a few times in the past month or so rita's back to normal. You know the world isn't back to normal but reed is back to normal. Were sitting about it and yet now i'm like regret now like we jumped the thrill she was getting. We were thrilled. That she was getting The same number of headlines that she used to get however we didn't want her to get these types of headlines. Oh no this is very bad. So celebrated bad parts. Don't throw your own bad party. It's funny because when. When i saw that she was turning thirty i felt a little pang of leg odds tube-like turning thirty like this time like that's that's more rain could feel bad. Yeah for somebody who loves to party. She loves to party but she something happened here. And she's now in a lotta deep water. She's on the cover of the sun so when she turned thirty. This is what we thought on. Saturday night was at saturday night. That her she posted at thirtieth birthday video that her team made her. Were all these important people in her. Life mcwhirter happy birthday. Big jazz. host of it was just so many people i mean. It's dozens of pete. That's what we thought we were going to be talking about today. That's exactly what o our michael caine star studded video incredible. Here's who's in it. We identified a lot of these people even though it was very difficult and then and then this happened sunday night. We'll saturday night. saturday night. Rada had a birthday party that was like a fake up or they. So i think that a lot of people are doing this and this is not just celebrities. This is normal people. They're showing the world one thing on instagram than they're doing something entirely different offense to graham serena showed me beth so rita showed a thirtieth birthday party that was very small and cute in her apartment in her flat. There were balloons on the ceiling. She watched the video. You could tell there. Were a couple other voices in there. She showed this big spread of desserts and it was like look at this cake. I'm gonna eat it all by myself. Ha ha ha. So it's very like this is how i'm celebrating in these times. But she also had a thirtieth birthday party at a fancy restaurant in notting hill. Yeah and it looks like she just hossack rented the space definitely because there were people bringing in liquor and ice and so it looks like she just rented the space and had over thirty people. And it's apparently against the law to even have like more than one person outside of your household and there are more. Their lockdown laws are more We have some to here. But there's more and they're more will get you your name. They're more like actually taking this seriously but also like they should take rita ora doing this more seriously than anyone because again. She's a public figure. And this shit's going to get photographed. What i'm confused about. And i wonder what you think is like. Did somebody call the paparazzi. Like who how. What's the deal with that like. There were lots of photos or photos of the cops getting there and being like What's going on in here. You know like literally. They had photos of the whole shebang. People going in people going out. Rita going in rena going out and i just wonder like for rita we've already said like. Oh you know. She calls the paparazzi. But like you wouldn't call the paparazzi on your own like a legal birthday when you're doing something like flagrantly illegal but this dead. Maybe not someone whether it was someone at the restaurant a neighbor because it doesn't look like these people they're like they're actually sneaking and they're going back doors like it doesn't look like they wanted anywhere right there and also looks it also looks late as hell like it doesn't look. It doesn't look just like nighttime. It looks like it's late really fucking stupid like i. Not that. I want people to like you know flout these rules or whatever but it just looks. They did it. The stupidest way that i could imagine doing this type of kind of activity Are photos all over the son of like police officer showing up in peering into windows. They're blurry paparazzi time photos of her sister and that guy vast morgan showing up with arm. Loads of prospero tequila articulate brand. Poppy delevingne kara levin. A lot of people. I can't recognize among the thirty so if we have photos of those we have photos of the people people knew you know but there are twenty eight other people who weren't photograph because i guess they weren't important enough to be photographed. Her hat to have photographs. Patty love to identify those people. So according to the loss this is what it says in the guardian england's national lockdown which ends on tuesday which is like ria you could of waited it's against the law to meet more than person you do not live with acceptance specific circumstances. Police have the power to break up gatherings issue fines of up to ten thousand pounds for breaches of regulations so she just voluntarily pay according to the sun this morning. She just voluntarily paid ten thousand pounds. She was like you know what. Here's the money police. Stay away from me. I'm so sorry alone. She's on the cover of the sun with a mask on in a big firm furnish coat that says read a party. Cheater was a really good. That was a really good line in the sun that said bang out of ora. Rita ora slammed she flouts lockdown laws. With thirty thousand. I was like bang out of something. Must be a british slang and it is. It's bang out of order which means someone is like acting a mess acting fool. You're being unreasonable. Your bang out of order posted a apology already on instagram winch. Is you know she said hello. I attended a small gathering with you through the gathering rita. You through the party. It was it was a spur of the moment decision. No it wasn't. It was a party that you through a birthday party made with the misguided view that we were coming out of lockdown. This would be okay. You were but few days later. Sorry i've commentary for all this. I'm deeply sorry raking the rules and intern understand that. This put people at risk. This was a serious inexcusable. Error of judgement given the restrictions. I realize how responsibilities actions and i take full responsibility. I feel particularly embarrassed knowing firsthand. How hard people have worked to combat this terrible illness and being fully aware of the sacrifices that people and businesses have made to help. Keep us all safe. Even though. this won't make it right. I want to sincerely apologize.

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Moderna asking FDA to approve its virus vaccine

Michael Berry

00:21 sec | 19 hrs ago

Moderna asking FDA to approve its virus vaccine

"Moderna is asking the FDA for emergency authorization to begin to use of its to dose Corona virus vaccine. Madonna CEO Stefan Bon Cell says they're working to make sure There's no lag time between the FDA is okay and getting shots in the arms and that goes to stop vaccinating Americans within 24 hours. Madonna expects to have 20 million doses ready for the U. S. By the years

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Europe at odds over plan to ban Christmas ski holidays amid pandemic

All Things Considered

00:31 sec | 20 hrs ago

Europe at odds over plan to ban Christmas ski holidays amid pandemic

"They're suspending access to ski slopes in an effort to slow the spread of the Corona virus, World Health Organization's executive director Dr Michael Ryan, saying today the risk of catching covert 19. While skiing is likely minimal, however, the activities around skiing or problem Not that they went skiing or they're going skiing. That's not the issue. The issue is any activity. The that involves large numbers of people moving into a concentrated space and then using public another transport to get there and back. Needs to be managed carefully. There was one good a bid. New

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New York Road Runners CEO To Step Down Amid Workplace Racism Allegations

All Things Considered

00:33 sec | 21 hrs ago

New York Road Runners CEO To Step Down Amid Workplace Racism Allegations

"Organization that oversees the New York City Marathon is stepping down after facing allegations of racism and sexism. Michael Car parts of Cup couple, Raza was the CEO of the New York road runners. He will leave the organization at the end of December. Ah group made up of former and current and why are our employees started in online petition? Calling for Kappa Raza's resignation earlier this year in order to address diversity issues and workplace culture in a press release, the chairman of the organization's board thank Kappa also for his dedication of the organization. He said he was proud of the growth of the organization.

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Alexis Sharkey, missing Houston Instagram influencer, found dead

Michael Berry

00:27 sec | 21 hrs ago

Alexis Sharkey, missing Houston Instagram influencer, found dead

"Help in investigating the death of the social media influencer. The investigation began early Saturday morning after Houston Public Works employee reported finding a woman's body in the 1000 block of Red Hall here, the Katy Freeway detective said the employee was driving when they found feet in the bushes. Police have now identified that body is 26 year old Alexis Robonaut AK Alexis Sharky. Which had no visible injuries. She was last seen by her husband on Friday. Houston's fire chief

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Freeze warning tonight in Houston

Michael Berry

00:18 sec | 21 hrs ago

Freeze warning tonight in Houston

"Freezing numbers and a freeze warning in effect tonight for all the Southeast Texas all the way down to the coast, where 34 degrees downtown tonight for the northern suburbs near freezing and 32. Mostly sunny Tuesday. 64 some showers Wednesday 63 I'm meteorologist Scott Larrimore, the weather child in Conroe. It's 49

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Cyber Monday sales could reach $13 billion, testing everything retail learned during the pandemic

Michael Wallace

00:18 sec | 22 hrs ago

Cyber Monday sales could reach $13 billion, testing everything retail learned during the pandemic

"Cove. It has forced more holiday shoppers to look for deals online this year and today for cyber Monday. Analysts are expecting record sales of up to $12.7 billion. That's a lot and that would be a 35% jump from last year. Internet shoppers made $9 billion in purchases just on Black Friday.

New York City congestion pricing tolls may start as late as 2023

Michael Wallace

00:59 min | 22 hrs ago

New York City congestion pricing tolls may start as late as 2023

"Pricing his stalled and I might not get a jump start for another two years. There's WCBS reporter Steve Burns. The M T A is scrambling for every dollar it confined right now, it was hoping to find quite a bit of money with congestion pricing charging drivers south of 60th Street in Manhattan. We get that new trains new bus is modern signals accessible stations but then freed with the advocacy group Transit Center, says the Trump administration never gave the needed sign offs. We think that Biden administration will be much friendlier to this program. So freed says it was a bit surprising to see the empty now project that the program may not get up and running. Until 2023, he says it's on Governor Cuomo to push harder for it. You need to see urgency. I think if we do see urgency from the governor, especially this could get moving much faster than a 2023 timetable. Cuomo still has yet to pick members of a review board tasked with setting up the rules around congestion pricing. The M T. A says in a statement. It's waiting on further guidance from the feds on the review process before getting a better idea of when the program can start.

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Alexis Sharkey, missing Houston Instagram influencer, found dead

Michael Berry

00:15 sec | 22 hrs ago

Alexis Sharkey, missing Houston Instagram influencer, found dead

"Of a popular local social media influencer, the body of 26 year old Alexis Robin old Ak Alexa Sharkey was discovered with no visible injuries early Saturday morning. She was last seen by her husband on Friday. Harris County Republican Party chair

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New York implements emergency hospital measures as Covid cases surge, Gov. Cuomo says

Michael Wallace

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

New York implements emergency hospital measures as Covid cases surge, Gov. Cuomo says

"Now warning warning he he may may soon soon order order more more regional regional shutdowns shutdowns of of covert covert hospitalizations hospitalizations continue continue to to rise. rise. The The latest latest from from WCBS WCBS Esteve Esteve Peter Peter Haskell Haskell Hospitalization Hospitalization curve curve his his steep in the governor. It's sounding the alarm in the new battlefield hospital capacity is the top concern. Period plans. You're needed to increase capacity by 50% and to contact retired doctors and nurses. Mama wants hospitals, says Tim's Ted start balancing patient loads. So you distribute the patients among your hospitals in your system. Capacity will be a new metric in determining if in area goes to an orange red zone. That would lead to Ted restrictions. Have

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Biden Covid Advisory Board Member Dr. Michael Osterholm fears Americans will be skeptical of vaccine safety

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Biden Covid Advisory Board Member Dr. Michael Osterholm fears Americans will be skeptical of vaccine safety

"In the fight against the coronavirus. Madonna has just announced its applying for emergency use authorization for its vaccine from the FDA. Today is great news. I think we have a light at the end of the tunnel. But we have to get to the end of the tunnel. But Dr Michael Ulster home on President elect Biden's covert task force tells CBS he's concerned. Right now I have a major fear that although these vaccines will start to become a more available over the next several months Many Americans won't take them because of the fear that there's some safety issues with the vaccine data becomes the second drug company to apply to the FDA. Fizer was first. Both vaccines proved about 95% effective in late stage trials. Help can't

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"michael i" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

04:20 min | 2 d ago

"michael i" Discussed on The Playbook

"A gallon of water a day. The best you could find right. These are and then a minimum of an hour on exerciser health in general so these are simple ways of changing your life but i love the fact that all of your stories successes and challenges all come together in a water that is condemned conductive being to connect. Not only you too. But the whole world. Joe's that connectivity that conduit that we all want and it happens by looking within our own heart not outside in 'blame-shame justification separation. All the things. That i really. I think our biggest challenges today are coming to a level of awareness that we've never seen before because of covid because of ra's attentions that it's really exposing and allowing people. I hope to feel comfortable in illuminating The connectedness one is that we have as we finish up. You know what would be your big legacy you know. Obviously you have such a beautiful family and a beautiful business. What legacy would you like to leave with all those billions of people Supporting drinking heart water. There has to be a bigger legacy of ball. I just want to share a story really fast. I love story. Share all all you went to your time. So we initially when we actually launched the story aspect for a water back in twenty fifteen in. We've been sharing stories. Ever since but on a side note. Michael i also went another business a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center here in austin texas so anyways We had been sharing stories and we were down at our detox one day and we get a call or both working. We got a call from one of our employees. They're like please come into the nurse's office you know you've got to hear this new like what was going on and We had been hearing stories for just a couple months at this time and Sorry and this kind. That was checking in There were like please share. This is michael. Newly other that owners of infinite recovery of please share you. Know how how you got here. And she said i was on facebook. She was a heroin addict herself. Actually and she said. I was saying my last advise To my family and friends because i just i. I'm so addicted to hear when i can't picture my life without it and she said I just i was ready to to skull and she was in the bathtub with a needle about about to do Yeah overdose and she said so. I got on facebook to save everyone. And as i got on facebook someone had shared his story of a mother whose daughter had recovered from heroin. And the mother's perspective was saying you know. I'm so grateful. My daughter found recovery because her daughter was also the same edition is her anyways. Long story short. This girl really connected to that mother story and said oh my gosh if i take this little show shot of heroin right now how is my mother gonna feel you know when i'm not here and at that point. She said she started crying. And she just google you know drug rehab in austin infinite recovery propped up and she called and he said you know i of the convict me up you know. And and she checked in and she was checking in the nurse who was checking her in she goes. I know you she goes. You shared your story on. The platform called heart water. It was the nurse that shared her story and that so the nurse was the mother who shared a story of her daughter overcoming drug and alcohol addiction in heroin addiction. And so when she checked in she goes. You're the reason i'm here. You would certainly saved my life. I was about to take this shot of heroin overdose. And i read your story and i thought of what my mother would be like. And so she didn't even know that heart water infinite..

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They Call Us The Donut King

They Call Us Bruce

04:43 min | 3 weeks ago

They Call Us The Donut King

"Low end welcome to another edition. They call us bruce and unfiltered conversation about what's happening in asia america. I feel you sorry. I'm jacky my mouth is full right now. Because i'm i'm eating doughnut. Which should give you a little bit of a clue as to this special episode or doing just swallow. I really do but is not fair. This is not fair at all. I know this is. This is intent intended to be a little bit of a Torture for you guys. i'm eating actually decay. Donuts doughnut and was it's fantastic and is a fortune for us that we actually have a two guests with us Who will share quite a lot about the business and a documentary. that's specifically about it. The documentary called donut king. The donut king and the director of that documentary is with us. All's goo else welcome to the show welcome and we also have listen one of the stars of the documentary. Put it that way right l. Be donut. Princess may lead tau of decays donuts gone. Hey guys what i'm doing. My princess wave. Meles is actually coming from the future as she is in another time zone. She's you are in cambodia. Right yes i am in kampot which is about three hours south penn in. It's a living in the future. Some fifteen hours ahead of you can i. Can i just say your internet is spectacular sounding like better than it is here in los angeles. Oh you don't even want to know what i did to get this wifi here. I have a a friend to an uncle. We call them boo in cambodian sephardic respect. So we actually also tonight. We did a cuban a little bit earlier on today. And then you know we have this podcast scheduled and i. I told my uncle where is the best wi fi here in kampot. And you know there's a lot of you know cafes. And i did a little test in one i was like. This isn't going to do so what he did was. He gave me his wifi at home. And i'm sitting in my hotel room with. His wifi plugged in amazing amazing. Thank you so we should mention that. you guys did a. I guess you guys did acuna earlier and during this now because the movie is the donut. King is Hit theaters out is out. Virtually eaters This weekend as a record this correct. Correct me opened friday october thirty and i just actually went to an in person screaming anna the only playing the film in california in person and it was being sold out screening. What is sold out mean. These days sold out at like twenty five percent capacity every other seat every other row. Now we were in With a two hundred and forty five person capacity theaters so the game is really big theater. Packet out as much as you could. During ninety five percent of the people were actual like extended family members of mealy gotta show strong so this is actually the core of the documentary. It's not just about donuts. It's actually about a community and i. It's fantastic by the way Literally it was. It was such a engrossing Story to watch. That not only did make me incredibly hungry but it may be hungry for knowledge. It's inspiring it's inspiring had inspiring about the story and inspiring our hunger for donuts so it basically tells the story about how it is that cambodian americans ended up essentially dominating the donut trade in southern california. Is that right else. Yeah it's some people make casually now. Asian people work at my local donut shop. When you know in doing this film. I've talked to people. And when i told them working on newly i thought it was just to own mind donut shop when i go to michael time. I didn't realize it's like all of them.

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"michael i" Discussed on The Global Leadership Summit Podcast

The Global Leadership Summit Podcast

05:12 min | 2 months ago

"michael i" Discussed on The Global Leadership Summit Podcast

"I'm doing all of these different things because I decided to go at a pace that was graced for instead of the pace that makes me. Prove that I'm this awesome person or I I can. I can perform at a high level changes the trajectory of everybody's life on. That's a perfect transition. So one of the things I love about you is your value for pace and pace as it impacts community. I was like inputting putting my self in the seat of a listener whose like okay and actually during Paul's interview with you, one of the questions was if I'm trying to figure out pace and I have a boss I was thinking as a boss, right if I figure out what my paces everyone in my organization has an opinion about how fast we shouldn't be going. Am I in my team I love my team and they have no problem sharing that opinion how do you negotiate probably the right word but how do you navigate alignment of pace when everyone has potentially different opinion about what the patient being definitely will you're the leader for reason like that's the first thing that I'm GonNa say you're the leader for reason, that's why you have to do this work because if you don't do the work as the leader, then you put yourself in a compromising position to be may be running at the wrong pace and and. Potentially losing some of your best people because you're not in tune with where you should be in that season. Yeah. That's the thing I had to do for our organization `success started to come for our organization. We had to reevaluate the pace and we had to say, okay, the the pace has sped up for us and there's some other things happening right now either we need to expand the team. We need reallocate responsibilities we needed, but it forced us when we felt does ourselves coming out of that pace? It forced us to take a deep look a D- intentional look bringing outside evaluation. We hired a company to come in and say what you see when you look at it. That's how do we navigate this year because the pace was important to us and they say you gotTa hire a ton more people and it was like, well, what does that look like financially and you start going down those roads but I'm telling you if the leader does not evaluate it, you're going to lose more than you gain uneven. Wondering because I was thinking if I were to go back to my team and talk, we're going to change pace y you have trust with your team we have to. Part of the reason why I think that you have trust I'm guessing I don't know anything about I'm guessing because you're so intentional your team trust that your pace is on purpose just four purpose. Yeah. But on purpose they they've they've been learned in his so cool to watch I staff and team members have been with me since the very beginning of me leading like this and their biggest intimate is wow, you've changed so much. And that one thing is why they keep following me. Yeah. Now I WANNA CHALLENGE LEADERS If your team. CanNot say, wow, you've changed so much. My question is, are you not growing? Yeah like there should be some type of proven incremental change somewhere that has happened in your leadership over your tenure that people have been with you could say, wow, you've changed in the sad truth about that is most leaders do not have a pace that allows them to personally grow while. Yeah. So I I. Don't I just do what's necessary to keep this thing moving yeah. I don't do anything to add. It will grow as a leader well, and that's amazing because as a coach when we're talking to people who are thinking about hiring, they'll say I don't have time to work with a coach. which is and you can take the coach out and say, I don't have time to grow right now. I don't have time to do anything that is a fascinating confession. It is I don't have time to grow, right? I'm sorry Jason. I'm sorry Michael I. Don't have time to grow, right? Yeah but it's People's reality. Yeah. They have excuse me. They've decided that it's their reality. Yeah. That's good and what I'm telling people is you can decide it's not. You can. You can decide especially if you're the leader if you have authority, you can decide hey, I, need to change the way I'm doing some. Yes. But many times the perception of people the brand we've already built we won't fight. That is so crazy I had to go and stand up against and say I'm wrong or this is not the way we want to row against what ideal. Do. You Know How humbling that is to say guys for best three years I've been telling you. This is who we are. But I missed it I really feel like we need to focus on this this and this and like the anxiety of sitting there like Oh yard aren't. Going down after this like, and then watching this miraculous thing happened where there's more trust, there's more workflow there's more joy on the team and then ultimately there's more success. Yeah. How how has it been up into the right and we start giving an extra half a day off. And, I mean, these are not fairytales for me if I opened up the financials and the impact. It has been the wildest thing that as I keep doing it as a leader the more trust to happen that's why I could come to a platform like the global leadership summit and not say it from a place of wondering. Yeah..

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"michael i" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"michael i" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"Expectations for me where to. Be a borderline NHL player to try to maintain his spot on the NHL Roster. I think due to contract situations and the rest of the roster and the you know phase the kings or as a group as a as. he you know would have to stay around but I expected him to be certainly in the bottom sexual. If Not Fourth Line Center I would hope that the kings team was starting to establish their their new system under Tom. McClellan. Then you know maybe he could become a fixture there as far as. You. Know again, fourth line. that was it didn't expect any much more. Look at you. Know we we always you always go back and look at numbers. From previous. Leagues before you get to the NHL. With Michael I. Think the numbers stand out as far as offensive production. And then it just always leads me to and I. Hope I'm not harshly critical here. This is just what I see. Some players are what we call twitter's meaning there. At the American. Hockey League level they can be an impact player and you would hope that when they make it to the NHL they can. They can carry somewhat the same amount of production. On from Michael Right now, he has not been able to do that. So he's he's in between. He he's. You know highly productive H. L. But can't even now. I think some of the. The number. I. That coaches put. A lot of weight into. have come to the forefront Michael and. He has established trust. Factor with the coaching stuff. The. Know what you're. GonNa get type of thing. and. I think that's the reason he's able to stay around. Not. The flashy. You know impact type of player.

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"michael i" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

03:46 min | 5 months ago

"michael i" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"Hello and welcome to ponderings from the Perch Priscila mckinney I'm the Mama Bird here at little marketing I'm so glad you've joined us today, because you are in for a massive tree, and you can hear it in my voice I'm very energized so excited to have Michael Burner back on my show. He's a two for so Michael Welcome back to ponderings from the purge yet. Thanks so much for having me The for the second time it's. Really look forward to talking to you again. Well I'm going to have to put a stop time on this at some point because you and I could go on and on, and we probably could laugh about a million horrible stories, and also some of the most amazing things we've seen. Happen out there, but let me tell you a little bit about Michael Burner, as if maybe you don't know but he is a top CMO. Influence I talked to people all the time on this show when they don't know what to do, go to the influencers. Look at what they're doing and the reality that. That I'm preaching all the time. Is that influencers? Many times are willing to answer a question. If you just simply ask them, and this is the case with Michael I. See it all the time on your twitter feed, someone acid, genuine question you just simply answer them, and so the accessibility of influencers is really out there for the taking, but he is a fantastic speaker, and he is the CEO of marketing insider group. He has worked with so many crazy brands I mean sap Nielsen, but then also all kinds of interesting high growth, start ups, but he has such powerful leadership and marketing skills. To boot, this is my favorite thing about Michael. Your book mean people suck is just. It's a banner cry. It's so it's so awesome, and you've written several, but I'd love to make sure that people don't leave this podcast without hearing about that, so Michael Welcome to the show, and this is going to be so much fun. You're looking forward to it..

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"michael i" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"michael i" Discussed on KTRH

"Michael show go ahead my man Hey Michael I am a little bit there is doctor guy yeah we we talk all the time about these are the homeless situation in the liberal cities and and once I got out you know just out of hand San Francisco and closer to home Austin Texas but even here I'm I'm out here in Tomball and and just this morning I saw last night a couple of people in a shopping cart full of crap and I and I saw this morning leaving my neighborhood and are sleeping next to the road and and I'm I'm I'm often thought you know if I were if I were if I had the Barbara king for a day what would I do about this and I really I come up blank and so I you know you served on city council and ran for mayor and if you had if you were king for a day long and what we do to solve this problem so it's interesting you ask that rag and the way you asked it when I was in public life I undertook I used to laugh because I had binders full of data from budget processes and from research on every department in the city and I tried to look at every major problem that faces a municipality water wastewater road building and maintenance drainage big issue in this community crime firefighting in includes provision public health and I will tell you I think that there are reasonable answers to every one of those now there's room for disagreement but there are reasonable answers that that make stretchers stretch your resources but you can find a way to fix them homelessness was the one challenge I found to be intractable and it was because everything you think you know you have to throw out the window for instance many people who are homeless they don't want to be homeless per se but they don't want to be in a shelter and they can't manage their own dwelling their own homestead so when you start thinking about that most of them are suffering from severe psychiatric problems the likes of which you can't imagine now a lot of people like to say well it's just drugs drugs exacerbate the problem they trigger the problem some case they immediately right the pain for a moment but drugs are not the reason drugs are a part of the issue but you can take away their drugs and they're not going to be happy and they're also not going to be willing to go live under shelter so when you realize that did you can't fix people you can only attempt to treat people and in some cases they don't want it's a really tough it's a very very tough question I don't have the time on the show today to to share all my thoughts and some of them would be controversy but I can tell you it's the toughest public policy issue I have ever researched and tried to fix in Seattle there is a group antifa and black lives matter have kind of worked together to create this group and I've taken over a part of the downtown and so they've taken over part of the downtown they have armed members to defend themselves they have a warlord who's head of it all they brought in fencing and plywood and the first thing they did imagine this the open borders crowd they built a wall around themselves it's true you know South Park is like it you know I'm not sure if life imitates South Park or South Park imitates life but they had an episode where exactly this happened we don't G. corporations we don't need money just to become a country where we just help each other yeah well one that makes it one guy looked up other people's safety like a bag or a cop no no can't you imagine a place where people live together like provide services for each other in exchange for their services yeah you can't just haven't been to college yet but just you wait this thing is about to give you yeah we just go to college and it's more smartest people I've ever met didn't go to college funny how that works this college make people smarter no it doesn't this college make them better able to succeed in the world only if we set up a system where it requires a college degree to get started on a career path who made that rule wine the people who went to college you see once people climb the ladder to success they pull up the ladder for everyone else and they say the only way you can be successful is if you do exactly what I did yeah that's the ticket you see I went to college in a way I prevent other people from coming into my industry and jumping over leapfrog ahead of me because they're more talented is all require in order to get into this industry you have to have a college degree and that's what the corporations did they said you got to have a college degree to do this this or this but why did college teach people something so special no they knew they couldn't discriminate on the basis of whatever they want discriminated against idiots uber's criminals you name it so they thought well will discriminate based on college and who doesn't have a college degree what about the guy that comes back from serving in the marines had been in combat what the guy who's led marines in combat would you rather have that guy is somebody who went to toga party for four years I mean you'd.

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"michael i" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

09:41 min | 6 months ago

"michael i" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Tell you as if you needed any more reasons why you should go see. or at least go on the Internet, so you can see. Like grandma. Bomb! My guest today on the podcast is actor Michael Toe and Michael I wanNA. Thank you for getting the ball rolling on this whole episode because you reached out to me, because you just had a film released. That has happened during this whole shutdown called lucky grandma and Let me. Tell you want your hair so bad in this in this movie I described it on rotten tomatoes as like a lopsided meringue on the top of your head, but. I mean everything about what you brought to the role of little Hansel was just so so spot on I. Just want to thank you for allowing us to have this conversation. Thanks well I. APPRECIATE IT and looking forward to speak with you today. Well, so talk a little bit about what lucky grandma is and the challenge of a film coming out. During the shutdown when movie theaters are closed. Sure so lucky is a movie. It's kind of a dark caper. Dark comedy movie that won the at and T. untold stories script competition. It's written by say Sealy in Angela Chang and they submitted for the competition that was kind of like a one of those TV. You know narrowing down teams, and they had the pitch on on video, and that sort of thing, and they end up winning the million dollars. To make with Tribeca, and we premiered at Tribeca in two thousand nineteen last year. We did the we. We went to La and London Macau. All over and we were supposed to have our. Full release this August and this is supposed to be nationwide in theaters, nationwide and of course Kovic happen, and so all those plans were scrapped and we ended up having are. A virtual theatrical release and was that happened. This past weekend may twenty seconds twenty six, so we have we now open. To than to the country so three, so it's been. It's been exciting. Yeah no I know that there were some other films that were supposed to premiere like. The theatrical live version of Moulana right we tighten time on, and that they they just postponed the whole thing. I don't see them releasing adversely, so do you? Do you know what was behind the decision to not still hold on until the theater's are open again. No, but not specifically. There's a lot of different things going on with it, so you know lot. Even that's really that was March SOC- in March and then all of a sudden now now they have you know because they you know this is a worldwide release, so all of a sudden now they have. Their now moved down to the end of July, and so that's it's. It's one of those things where they're holding off on Asia, and Asia opens, and the cold off in the US so with with us I think it was partly that if you know if it was just going to be a US release going to maybe by the. At another to delayed another year you know that that piece of it and We got our distribution and with. With our distributor data opening up. Well we try to do it as a virtual at this virtual release, which is kind of this new new format that that was born because of Covid, and where you, they team up with theaters across the country, and a portion of the proceeds of every ticket bought goes to the theater that you watch it through. And then the other portion goes towards the film, and then another small portion goes towards a charity we've. Doesn't it a Chinatown charity? To to help out, so it's it's been interesting in some ways. I think it actually gets our movie. Out To more people now you know this way, so it's but either either way it's. It's it's been. It's been really exciting. Yeah, now, Tell tell the listeners a little bit about the plot of this movie. You probably do a much better job of. Describing it without any spoilers than I would so give us the gist of this. This is a very unique story as far as my experience with film, both culturally and even the age demographic of the Star and the setting all of that. Sure so the the movie is really about. Grandma want grandma and that's play by Chin. Who is eighty six years old? Originally the the character was supposed to be eighty. Ties actually older than the character itself. and. It's about this you know. She just was widowed, and was kind of left with very little from her husband, and and has of worries about you know her independence now and takes all her money, and takes it off from the bank, and and the little that she has in Ghost, the Casino and have. You know has her ups and downs there, and and then on Herreid back from the Chinatown bus from from foxwoods, see see comes into a a bag full of of money and she she takes the money, and it's it's you know. Of course. The money belongs to the gangs local gangs and. Elise onto this. Dark comedic. Kind of adventure which she comes into your this eighty six year old is in the middle of this gang. This gang warfare. Why a lot of our listeners remember tie site in especially as Auntie Lynda from joy, luck, club, years and years ago and you know. I was telling my wife, my family wash it and it's a rare day when our twenty one year old daughter. You know who so jaded. And her mother and father that when the movie ends in, the credits are rolling going. That was a fantastic movie, okay? So so that was a winner that was winner. Especially during the you know. Our daughter is sheltering at home though she should be away at college, but She's kind of out of her mind and moments and for us, you know she had never heard of the movie in. You know sometimes. Hey, let's watch a movie tonight and said I've got a movie. Let's squash lucky grandma Gina. What's it about? And I kind of gave her the gist. You know like what you just did, and she doesn't know any of you actors at all, but she was just carrying long as as we were too, and it was touching. It was funny And again as a Chinese American family. There's so many I. Call Them Cultural Easter eggs in this movie. That's that we're right. We're not used to seeing these things. Right and say see. The director was saying that this is like an Ode to Chinatown. Yes, and you know this is kind of talks about the cut. You never see movies kind of based you see movies that may be used Chinatown as a as a backdrop or kind of I. Or a gag, but this really takes place in Chinatown. It's if it's you know you see it from the view of of of the residents in Chinatown, which rarely ever. Hear or see about in in in Hollywood. You kind of see the back kind of the back alleys. You see the the The food stalls and. And the the you know the shopping and the groceries, and the the you know the you know the different meeting places with people from the you know the Mahjong places to the to the. Social clubs down the stairs and into the small room and opens up all of a sudden to this. This this gathering area, so yeah, it's really A. It's an Ode to Chinatown and something that I haven't really seen in in in this kind of in this way. Yeah, clearly, you guys show lease. It looks like to me. You shot this on location in new. York City's Chinatown. Is that correct? That's right and the casinos at foxwoods Oh. Okay, and you know getting from that Chinatown with this. What eight hour bus ride! To this foxwood place which I hadn't heard of before it also introduced me to this. Subgroup of Chinese gamblers because you know here here in the valley in Los Angeles I. See these buses leaving Monterey Park. Right and I'm not into gambling. I'm not chinese-speaking, but just that subculture was so interesting to lucky lucky lucky. All this stuff. It was eye opening for me. In the East Coast. It's it's. It's the big unit Bulgaria. Do these buses come from Boston? Rhode Island New York new..

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"michael i" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

07:39 min | 6 months ago

"michael i" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Joining us now offers corner is Michael I office he's written a book called profit from what the weather climate and health disasters we had such interesting conversations off there about his background why he wrote the book eccentric because we know that this is such a live wire between the people who believe in climate change and those who don't so let me tell you about his background twenty five years plus as a physicist and he comes in from the Soviet Union to the United States so Michael thank you so much for joining us on the show you're welcome tell tell the audience about your background you were of a physicist so obviously you solve things you looked at things and that's partially what led you to write the book in my right to to in physics the customer that they workers teacher of physics for five years and this is a new continued for twenty five years and I came to United States in nineteen ninety two working to fit into the the company's soon but if it's a problem with using please enter the tended to in two thousand four when I retired it's time for us than we do start to cook so both climate change and found many mistakes even into the article and and so tell me jump in here so tell us about what you saw as the mistakes that were frustrating you that the the article and the things that you were reading about who's this five global climate change and phone four hundred ninety three mediums of what the costs are both climate most of them repeat the same mistakes that could be because because this is there some sinful does climate fortunately for you on the U. S. food their food put tape so Fukin because because this Asia later in the night the vision and oxygen tends to be a that night but it didn't have the oxygen what a way to put it out like that the the more the Gaza soon in their property to a quarter of a billion could huge rural in nature despite what the Republicans in Congress EnPro portable Booker the atmosphere there despite what that we put into giving those guys why is the recording because the most with the disability simple millions and billions of political us so what better way but he'll be in and it was your own fault you may conclude this what you will fertilize that didn't bother what you'll owe for their where to list my local so what better way for it's what you like balloons we will go to up its purpose for them close good confirmation about the death wow and so you know it's it's and explaining that and seeing especially so the amount of of articles and and what you saw and it what the you think the confusion is when people are listening to our interview and by the way you can get the book profit from whether climate and health disasters on Amazon you can get you can get it on on kindle of course and Michael when you see that and use you see companies you see NASA you see the economy and policy Hey do you think this is all wrapped into that it's because you say that in the title profits so people are profiting in your opinion after you know thirty years as a design engineer and then come to the United States and ultimately retiring seeing that it's a political game of course this is some kind of political game but they prefer to see mistakes in a sense of climate change but your feet are you all for real fruit forum climate there is a claim at the end to a real disaster and to produce this article only fifteen pages hi or low what the **** them both where we can create tens of millions the high paying jobs the end of it insignia in my previous background right foot iPhone the description what I can however the United States can could be windy okay beta jobs this is the reason why a but wrote about parole should not be courses at some but the take profit photo David mistakes I got it said so that people can actually profit and and make money on on what you're saying and we can move during store U. S. we could easily via quiet Burke then the climate disaster this is a global warming and global cooling conditions and how would you how would you suggest that so like scientists people that can specifically work on that first of all I fooled two one third in use this will do scientists off night this who but it permitting the state the food mistakes on level four seven grade book sent this the student the after the death for some reason man this sentence of climate change he's mistaken there's a dogma it's very easy to fold where to use mistakes and will be used to control to the proper to both the moving that much sweeter despite what the weight but it shouldn't cause guys hello at the end the Swedish scientist what was his name and you talk about him in your book it uses one third in use this image through this mistaken food do you move two sentences there were two but they can understand its mistakes I explained to what kind of mistakes he made yeah you talk about in your book you said that he calculated that a doubling down of atmospheric.

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"michael i" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

12:40 min | 8 months ago

"michael i" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"This Monday night while the whole world buzzing last night about the last day I thought to be a good chance we like this guy on no matter what but especially tonight Michael Thompson whose brother if he was the one who really made this possible because of his idea years ago Michael I don't even know about this until last night this pretty amazing we are here and we came up with this idea without your click on the click clack he didn't graduate came out around the Dream Team on the net ninety two Olympics in Barcelona to look at other places it might have been kept in touch with them throughout the years working in the entertainment going on a legal tool that videotape in these players are behind the scenes for NBA entertainment L. accord triple program so bad to get up close close look at a player in the middle of doing it the same thing right now as we speak with lebron but it won't be released until about it retired so you'll be seeing the same kind of access all's all active in behind the scenes undisclosed stuff going on with lebron but that's three four years away when he finally hangs up or maybe even longer no but yet it was his baby and you're the reason why we're seeing all this cool stuff about the bold last month okay that's fascinating are there any other players he didn't do this with call me Daddy yeah you'll recall the latter you all called me all the lawyers because our road trip it it's not that they haven't gotten the play and publicly backed he added the Michael Jordan both documentary apple yeah he called me a document everything probably not even and but we know that have been released yet and of course we now call the acting who knows we hope you will look at the feedback loop yeah I I feel like and this is obviously wildly unfortunate it is such a twenty twenty thing when you combine the way it started with Colby the pandemic we're going through now like it has been a very very difficult year but they they intrigue all what your brother was working on with Colby would be through the roof now because there's so much emotion involved in in what has happened so how long does it take to put something like that together well it took a lot of people in the bowl so I mean you know all people long enough to be able to transfer the case to jazz when they got out edit it and put it all together and probably could've been released I would say that Paul or maybe on the next year once they are directors got it and and and got everything together and got a clean slate what it does with the camping in a camp for twenty years because they could not get a chance to get agreement to release it then again the withdrawal request from Michael Jordan to release it everyone was uncomfortable releasing it and until until now until recently any pride okay I get to find enough time to pack and out let's not get out of the public to see so it would help because they couldn't get agreement from Jordan to let it out six Michael Thomas is with us you know what really struck me might and I mean I haven't talked to you over the years and and because you were for instance a teammate with magic I to see the greats of the game magic Larry Bird while they're still playing in some cases talk about how this guy is the greatest in the league guys like that don't make admissions like that so that was that was really starting to me what what do you think made itself like what what allowed magic for instance to bring his guard down for Michael versus anybody else what we would call me within this plan could be considered the best player in the game let's say the best thing about the bond Anthony Davis and all the other all five all pro players in the league of Santa Barbara still the best player in the game so dark you know the great players in the game you know sure exact eagles otherwise it would be great if they are but when Jordan was trying to do anything era the day was there needs a bath coming from the other bass players in the game well I guess that we seen now with battle fat about Tim Duncan you know they talk about him a shock to the best big man the game and they were crazy either one of those guys so we've we've we've cleared before just that you know more coverage now than thirty years ago when Jordan was doing his thing with the twenty four hour coverage seven days a week the mark would show thank god no we did not mark with about thirty of that's why there are a lot of more if you hear about guys you know like up more because it's not proper coverage of life was so much better before we have guys like mark Weller ha yeah that's a lot simpler Bradley do you go about this go to the restaurants with their open and I joined all public life privately kind of looks like it got all of the anonymous now people are you of molded plastics well you know what I mean by that though yes they're always officer okay in the broad the best but what I mean is it it felt like guys like magic and Larry were almost throwing their hands up like that we can deal with him you rarely globally so I don't believe that even though they acknowledge how great it was but it wasn't conceding anything to join you I mean the opposite of what you thought you could have one it will be K. overcame all the odds but none of those great players like idea and bird magic they even though they reckon out Tom Brady was they were conceding anything to accomplish your Michael Thompson is with us when you set down a what's that last night I mean this is your era you're you're there through all of this in the league what what did that bring up for you manual late nineteen ninety one he wanted for Jacksonville at my expense the latest expense which I still believe he would only have fired wings and if we didn't spend more they didn't suffer the injury in the final we couldn't play out the game one we could not be that good great boasting about James so I always believed if they help people when I filed healthy we don't want that file because he went to Chicago in game one and stole the home court advantage by winning their obviously that didn't mean he wasn't over I really thought we had a great chance to win that series with the help the world no one else I found fascinating last night and it depends on what age you are I saw some people who are like this is an amazing doc but there's nothing new here and then I'm thinking well wait a minute it depends on how old you were like for me are you know what Michael Jordan's moving into his prime mid to late eighties I'm just becoming a teenager I'm not watching what's going on with guys contracts I had no clue what was going on with Scotty Pippin and I found it really fascinating to see the way Phil Jackson reacted to Scotty Pippen's stance with the team versus the way Michael Jordan reacted to that what what did you think about that in a lot of people realize started talking about his contract D. underpaid one in the Goshen you can bet on the NBA if I would be on a call we can tap a contract with you know guys alkylated contract again when you want to start a deal if talks with the collective bargaining agreements doesn't mean you can you get a lot now you can extend the guy you know you can't say okay gotta make a two point eight you should be making ten million so the type of contracting and again the different you can't do that against the wall so that needs to be pointed out when you talk about him being underpaid what he signed up with the seven year deal he was locked in are you going to ask for an extension later on to try to make a put back out of Jordan did when George was underpaid underpaid closely for many many years he was making about three million Bucks a year what's considered decent money on good money back then we can say about five feet away from me compared to the world to be speaking but rather Jordan was making three three point two million Bucks yeah he should make a list because of the cell body could only get to that team so he was mostly a wired yeah why Jordan Lafayette got thirty and thirty three million dollars a year to make up all the years that he was going to pay but you couldn't do that without a credible way to southern Georgia the way to start the issue the difference of Jordan world even though we want to make a three point two he's making like twenty million Bucks off the court I was able to thank you your vehicle underpaid responding to make it back on the body thank you other people like Jordan was so if you have been on that team you would have been on Jordan's side like you would a bit upset was got it maybe a little bit yeah I think so because he what he like he got himself he went for the long term security Jerry white ball cold and don't sign it because you're probably gonna be underpaid after a few years because you know the better you get a player but he said he sold the long term security so I'll call them look mad I know you said you get more money would you tell nobody forced you to start to feel okay I would look at it at the bottom I thought you know and then I so I I'm making two million Bucks you I should be making ten I've been looking at it it's my fault after the final short term deal tell myself what could go back in and get a a contract equal to my body what did you think of the portrayal in this of Jerry Krause who of course cannot speak for himself right now yeah so that's about thinking about what you last night as the blight of one group of people one family's not would be happy to be talking about the price family you know because he is not gonna be in a good light and this one so if you're a member with close family you do not go probably enjoy this last dance documentary because yeah he's not gonna come across well in this because it was a little known fact in the public knowledge that he was not liked by the players on the team and they always ridiculed them with faith well we've got a couple calls that even though he did a great job a billing that dynasty he didn't draft your week but everybody every other player he was responsible for doing that he thought he did a great job six championships all the GM I mean come on that's amazing box because Jordan Pippen and some of the players that like him he's not gonna get the credit that he deserves yeah I mean it's interesting I know Michael had said last week before this came out when people watch this they're going to think I'm a horrible person I don't know if he came off that way in the first two episodes I don't know what's coming in the next April but what what do you think about combat here we go to the hard hard after the guy is he getting on his teammates expecting a lot out of them because he are expect so much out of himself in the top top of the leader of the team up for like a you know Pat Riley about night type so if if you can't you are not secure enough in yourself about teammate or if you don't have to get a scandal got a guide to how to deal with but you know sometimes doctor Jordan if you got a guy coming after you go right back Adam you can back it up on the court well the fact that our Michael Thompson with us Hey completely off the subject I know you travel obviously in these circles and talk to people what it what do you think's gonna happen here the rest of the summer well here we are getting better and better he seems fairly without the virus love you know starting a flattening out not as many cases even the people stole second and I'm still dying is not as bad as it was a few weeks ago so I'm very optimistic that the curve will continue to flatten and another month and you know we just have to wait and see what happens now in may and if things put people grasping the way they are it's a chance we might be able to cut off in July and go all the way till maybe September you know what's what we're we're talking about a lot of different scenarios if they work to just come back and jump right into the playoffs and the games were without fans obviously this would have a completely different field the team you work for is right in the midst of this do you think of the Lakers won the whole thing we're all going to look at it as the same as any other championship of course the first one the lockout shortened season sixty six games in the everything's even playing field that's why of the Lakers or any team has no advantage over anyone else.

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"michael i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:29 min | 8 months ago

"michael i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Hi Michael I just want to talk to you real quick do you think the virus is not a threat I mean it is it's not a big hole in the world but we definitely have to take some precautions against it but he didn't give me a chance to answer the question Michael do you think the virus is a threat because your little so do you want you wanna know what I think what I'm saying do you think it's a threat because it is I think was reopened safely but we can't be nonchalant about it either let's not look what you're saying it's no big deal we have to kinda work through it the problem is too contagious to do that yet the death ratios low but it's extremely contagious so what's the are not averse what's what's the art of this virus compared to other buyers it's about five or six tournaments I think it's drop significantly from that look I don't I don't I was five or six it has to be Michael described as quickly how could not be right I mean ain't sars like you know I think thank you the best of you're the still the second color for two nights in a row this is compared this to aids how is aids prep avis spread only through saliva bodily fluid so it's very non greatness doesn't spread through saliva the only sport it's spread throughout the world in very low blood a gallon of saliva but it can buy tear pointed for from our it does not spread through saliva is spread through semen and blood well it it can but if you had you had to drink like a gallon right can you die from we yeah if the small get thousand joints so if for example you can't beat the people keep comparing it to aids I keep I can't get my head around people comparing it to aids eight people compared to any of them did they tell me I can't compare the the Wuhan virus to to the flu both but you don't want him fired you know I do kind of completely complicit in that's the let it go it was obvious a month ago the where they were covering it up I mean you could tell that I lived in Asia for awhile which I I did hear what you said did you start would you say yeah learn more get outside kind of snowing but the I said it's obvious it started from the lab awhile ago I mean that the evidence was there I also called the weekend buyers you're right tries very complicit in all of this I don't excuse that I'm saying we have to be smart right the only way to go this is testing we can't send people back out I mean Michael I do I. T. work right asked me to get on a plane in the next two months should I do it I would get on I would get on a plane tomorrow in fact the commercial pilot right just listen to listen to me for mail I've listened you listen to me but every commercial pie I've talked to three commercial pilots all of whom have been in the flying all the time well it looks like all the time because you told me that many planes in the air no porch and planes that are probably that just are you gonna listen to me or you know just to keep you on hold first I'm not sure nonchalant about it I will open up the country tomorrow tomorrow open up wide up you know what I'm gonna do when the when the country's open wide up tomorrow I'm still going to social distance I'm going to make certain that if I go to a restaurant that I'm not within six feet of anybody else other than my wife I'm not aware in ninety five mask because I have access to them I'm aware again ninety five mass to go to the grocery store not because I'm scared of other people because I'm trying to protect other people in case I happen to be a symptomatic and I'm going to continue to do the things I do in the studio for example so no I'm not nonchalant about it I understand this virus is dangerous just as the flu is dangerous but I also understand that the vulnerable population or people or it is always an aberration so there are people who are in their forties then there have been a couple of children who have died but when you look at the death rate out of six point six billion people we're no where near even World War two we're no where near two years ago in terms of the influenza virus and we have vaccines for that so when I hear that we have to wait we have a vaccine vaccines do not prevent the spread of diseases and so I'm you may think I'm nonchalant about it but you know what I care about I care about this economy and I care about this country and if we don't open this country if we don't do it sooner rather than later we're not going to help the country and in fact we're going to be subjected to all sorts of national security risk that we can't even imagine right now Justin you have the ticket you have the four well you're very wherever I go I mean we can't be nonchalant we can't open up right away we have over a we can't just do what we can open right away we just have to be make certain that we put in there we do things that we that we engage in proper hygiene that we do social distancing there is no there is absolutely no reason not to open tomorrow but how many twenty two year old boulder kids are going to go to the bar just some kids house and have a fifty person under personal property with a blank look up you get my point here right know what I mean well you know what happened and I just Justin is it my responsibility or your responsibility or is it the government's responsibility to keep twenty twenty two year old from boulder from gathering together if they're that damn stupid yeah what about a fortune right it's our consequence that's what sucks about this I agree well it's not much look it's not it's not anymore my consequence if somebody is stupid engages him quite frankly unsafe sex it's not my responsibility if somebody if we open up up the country tomorrow if they go out and they and they sneeze on somebody else's face than that of the person for not wearing a mask it's not my responsibility I'm responsible for my actions Justin you're responsible for your actions and you know what there's no amount of government they can keep us safe so let's call it quits I'll give you fifty fifty on that I play Michael I've been waitin N. ninety five mask in public program once they looked at me like I was crazy till last week so I'll give you a half on that all right all right I'll take whatever you're never going with what that's it that was it we'll give you more argument the mac Justin you could have done so much better over the given use so much more latitude yes I will just open almost open tomorrow because I think that other stupid people in this country let me look around yes these people people but you know what it is not the government's responsibility to keep us safe from diseases if they would sometimes you have to be absurd to point out the absurdity if it's the government's responsibility to prevent disease what they would they would out wall anal sex unprotected anal sex all right and I'm not advocating that up if somebody wants to engage in a have that not my responsibility they would also outlaw cheeseburgers and French fries it is not the government's responsibility to keep us healthy it is our responsibility so we've been told we've been told what the danger is of this virus and quite frankly we have different sets of facts about help the violence the the biology of this virus we have different sets of facts about the or not we have different facts about how it's transmitted or not transmitted so you know what I would rather save this nation's economy then sit back here and let a bunch of bureaucrats continue to cost Americans their jobs their life savings we were reaching unemployment levels of the depression and I know that maybe Justin I'm not picking on you Justin but maybe you haven't studied the depression and what to do we barely survived that as a nation if I can what saved us from the depression World War two I don't want to go through another World War I don't wanna go through another depression but that's the that's the direction we're headed if we keep this nation shut now and I'm I'm just over it I'm over it so I'm gonna take personal responsibility open up the freaking country and tomorrow if the country's open if I go out on those studies six feet away from y'all who's that I don't trust I don't want people Mike personal space anyway so I'm all for I've been I've been for social distancing flint long before it was cool and I'm not aware and in ninety five mask I will give a rat's **** what people think about it and I'm also gonna go to a restaurant I will support small businesses I'm gonna do everything I can to spend every little nickel that I can afford to spend to try to save this economy I want everybody else to do that too I'm tired of this living in fear we're living in fear we've got to stop it the diverge the other argument you could make Justin jobs kind of hoping you would all the set the strongman of myself and that is we can't open up yet because we might have another spike in deaths it all over mitigation efforts would have been for naught no because we still are creating surge capacity in the health care system and quite frankly we have excess capacity in the health care system right now it may be on even in certain parts of the country but when you're laying off doctors when you're laying off nurses you cannot convince me that there is a shortage of health care capacity in this country my god in this state we're building capacity of the extreme I think in excess of three thousand beds M. shoes just dismissed three hundred plus patients from their hospital we'll need to quit being afraid and the other thing we quit doing is depending on the government to protect us the government cannot protect us anymore than they can protect us from the common cold influenza measles what you know I just give up I give up because I think they're way too many Americans just maybe what maybe people want to live in fear.

Michael I
"michael i" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:13 min | 8 months ago

"michael i" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Have been reporting the facts and you know I really appreciate that and I think our audience those things you need to do that Michael thank you yes so Michael I did have a question or comment for you tonight on the first of All I Want to say it takes more courage to come on the show it is skeptic than it does as a true believer I think because of bodies and I I have a lot of respect for you for doing that all my my question for you tonight is about the afterlife I've heard you say in the past that you don't believe necessarily in the afterlife he had one of my favorite people on the subject Stephen Hawking had the opinion that there is no after life that you basically just die and that's all there is and I was wanting to get your opinion on that thank you yeah I I think this is the place where we go to afterwards that is the place we were before we were born which is to say nonexistence it is by the way what Jews originally believed and you know before the Christian era there was there was next to no belief in an afterlife you know it's sort of a relatively modern invention last couple thousand years and you know because we don't know the first person that part of it but but it of course I don't know nobody knows for sure and but but my point is this my previous book heavens on earth is that if it weathers an afterlife or not doesn't really matter because we don't live then and there we live here and now so this is one where it matters my analogy is is what I call al these error this is it one of my Scientific American column cycled out either I'll be is at woody Allen's character in Annie hall where he has a flashback to his childhood refused to do his homework as mother takes the psychiatrist you know now the way I want to do your homework is a universe is expanding well what's so what the universe is expanding one day it's going all blow up so none of this really matters it is mother upgrade him and says what's the universe got to do that we live in Brooklyn Brooklyn is not expanding and and that's the problem is is that it's sort of a kind of a category error is flood through college you know you're thinking at one time scale or level and then but but the the real issue is at a different time scale or level so what we do here and now very much matters whether whether there is a you know a billion years from now it'll be settled whatever is kind of irrelevant and and and I would say the same thing with god whether there's a god or not that doesn't really matter because it's how we treat each other here now that matters and and my fellow Centene beans who I interact with they matter and they care how I interact with them but whether there's a god or not so you know I I try to think of it as you know is that that the here and now is what counts errant truck driving in Indiana hello Eric he warned all right is there to my control guy has everybody doing their bodies okay awesome I don't know if it's been brought up George but back in two thousand nine when Jesse Ventura had his conspiracy theory show he did a episode on the FEMA camps and he had Mister Alex Jones on there with them they're showing all kinds of interesting things in the opening credits they actually said that they were trying gonna initiate martial law and they're gonna kick it all off with the pandemic epidemic yep and I remember I remember that I didn't know if you said that Mr Jones or Mr venture on your show to talk about that I have not at this point that would be good George but that was exactly what the program was all about it is very weird Michael that the some of these things do happen dean Koontz and his nineteen eighty one book eyes of darkness wrote about a pandemic in he called it the Wuhan four hundred is that right true story we got a hold of genie's been on our program several times and he didn't want to come on to talk about that specifically but he kind of laughed it off like if you know he wasn't intuitive or anything like that but the weird stuff going on out there Michael well the the epidemiologists have been warning us about this for some time that you know just a little mutations can happen in which the organisms you know changes are just the way that we cannot just slip it off as we normally do and this appears to be that I mean Bill Gates I was that is that Ted talk in twenty fourteen I think it was he talked about this yeah and we help yeah yeah yeah life is going so well come on what are the chances of this well you know maybe he's right because he's kind of on the front lines of that by the way there's a conspiracy theory about him and his vaccines here well I I had read that he's pumping in a billion dollars for vaccine research now I don't know if that's true or not what do you what do you hear it is a yeah and I I was a dancer I thought I'd let you know your months was that something about the ventilators yet any gates doesn't need any more money what do you know why would you care about you know Geno they see students for humanity yeah when we once a vaccine yeah well that could be good okay okay I hope he succeeds interesting tech will stay with us Michael we're gonna come back for a final phone calls with you in just a moment Dr Michael Shermer with us his book is called giving the devil his due and again his websites are linked up it coast to coast AM dot com including skeptic dot com and then Michael Shermer dot com his name and we've got that by the way there was a you a full report over and so nidus California those pictures are now posted on our coast to coast AM dot com website go take a look to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM logon to coast to coast AM dot com let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably mow the lawn ask if anybody noticed.

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"michael i" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"michael i" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"We identify as Black Gay Jewish personal southern heritage and for me not belonging as deadly not belonging means. You don't have no kinfolk you don't have any mish buffer. You're not part of the family and a face. It a lot of my life face a lot of you know you're not good enough because and meaningless and shouldn't have been born number nine underachievement if I don't look or appear smart or there so that people just think I'm a I'm a dumb fat OAF because the expectation is if I'm GONNA be a big black guy at least have the decency to have a football in my hand or to be a a hip hop genius right a group in era where that also gave you know. Big Brother's a little bit of flexibility. But neither one of those things. I'm not cool if I reveal parts of my real self well. It means that I won't be taken seriously number. Ten and unimproved feature my name is Michael W twenty. These are ten things that scare me.

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"michael i" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

03:04 min | 10 months ago

"michael i" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Jewish tradition which I also belong to remembering is the commandment number three heights number four law enforcement. I've been the frequent victim of racial profiling. Assumptions have been made about me. They weren't true and even when law enforcement were called to help me. And just like getting out of you know questions about my own culpability or responsibility in being stolen from or harmed and have a positive view of them. A number five unseasoned food. You know one of the most terrifying things I've ever heard of was Alfred Hitchcock having a blue feast invite everybody over and all the food was dyed blue. Everything on the table of edible or drinkable was blue. Is this the meal in Hell? What's going what's going on? It was weird and it was. It was an appetizing and off pudding and almost like a harbinger of dread. A number six VELCRO. I wear tights almost every day. Which are not cheap. I mean I'm sure that there's a lot of People out there especially boy kind. Who think that is just a you know a dollar deal. It's not no it's a decent tights. Go from anywhere from seven dollars. A pair to three hundred ninety nine dollars. Appear in seconds rep or pull like now. Velcro is the killer number seven. I was a medium. I was in deep sorrow over the s hall comment made by forty-five against Africa. I felt like I had people who followed me. Who would understand how mostly traumatizing this was for? Somebody was black. African said show that I was distraught and I just looked at the Cameron. Took a picture tweeted out instead. I got a whole lot of. Don't cry for White People. Few cry into your angst about their racism. You make us look weak brave and angry and mean and it was horrific still horrific.

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"michael i" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"michael i" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"What I was exactly Michael I grew up in that church so I know that is a very inspiring yeah kind of thing that is fine here's the thing yea creating this Mad Max style church then hangs out on a hill yeah odd to me it is odd tiny as you appreciate that he is trying to find focus and purpose in his life yes I can I'm on board with it and I do even think it's interesting that he's been as people were working with him he's running all of these moralistic guidelines on performers that he's he's my partner has now like saying please don't have pre marital sex while we're in the collaboration article I mean this this album please try to make sure that the album itself remains your and in the correct spirit I like the method acting part of that I still don't know if this is enough that I'm like Connie are you okay like I don't know this you know I have the same question I don't want to seem like you know lego DC but right I just I don't really understand like what what and also with this kind of music like the demographic with his music verses like this what we just heard like what is that is that supposed to match or like what is he doing what is lazy if even if they if his gospel album sounded more Kirk Franklin ash to me like kind of that hybrid that would like make rice I would really yeah I would have less class seems completely dead right because that's a very popular John or that would make sense if he elected to move into that one you know we know some of our you know so my favorite pop album meal of artists from both the voice and from like America's got talent and you know if we throw in all of the reality shows that we watch we always have some people to say I grew up in the church doing all this stuff so it's not like it's impossible to be a fan of this music Arafat Kanye west I just don't get his wish maybe he just hasn't done a very good job of articulating why he's doing it you know I mean means I read every article the puts out about and I'm still like I don't get you I'm all for you know finding purpose and finding phase and whatever that means to you right when I feel like he is I don't know it's it's almost like bullying people into doing something that I do believe it then that's where I get a little bit you know handmaid's tale about it but leave it we've it I don't I don't know I I it doesn't I know that my god says it's weird the my god says I'm not gonna follow this but I think it's turning me off even though I would maybe enjoy this kind of music right yeah I think it's kind of think that part of it makes me want to go yeah I think he has a live in this space a little bit longer before I go okay I'm on board and also show that he and I don't know is is an act as it was a real like you know if if he stays over here Chelsea yeah we'll see right in the meantime about if you need to get to design kind of gave me an awesome thank you got thank you that I'm instead of as kat Perkins you're listening to the don is the show and we'll be right back on my top ones that one might talk one of seven one everything place entertainment.

Michael I
"michael i" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:21 min | 11 months ago

"michael i" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"That's what that was exactly Michael I grew up in that church so I know that is a very inspiring yeah kind of thing that is fine here's the thing yea creating this Mad Max style church then hangs out on a hill yeah odd to me it is odd tiny as you appreciate that he is trying to find focus and purpose in his life yes I can I'm on board with it and I do even think it's interesting that he's been as people were working with him he's putting all of these moralistic guidelines on performers that he's been using partnering is now like saying please don't have pre marital sex while we're in the collaboration article I mean this this album please try to make sure that the album itself remains your and in the correct I like the method acting part of that I still don't know if this is enough that I'm like Connie are you okay like I don't know this you know I have the same question I don't want to seem like you know lego DC but right I just I don't really understand like what what and also with this kind of music like the demographic with his music verses like this what we just heard like what is that is that supposed to match or like what is he doing what is lazy if even if the if his gospel album sounded more Kirk Franklin ash to me like kind of that hybrid that would like make sites I would really yeah I would have less class seems completely dead right because that's a very popular John or that would make sense if he elected to move into that one you know we know some of our you know so my favorite pop album meal artists from both the voice and from like America's got talent and you know if we throw in all of the reality shows that we watch we always have some people to say I grew up in the church doing all this stuff so it's not like it's impossible to be a fan of this music Arafat Kanye west I just don't get his wish maybe he just hasn't done a very good job of articulating why he's doing it you know I mean means I read every article the puts out about and I'm still like I don't get you I'm all for you know finding purpose and finding phase and whatever that means to you but I when I feel like he needs I don't know it's it's almost like bullying people into doing something that you believe it then that's where I get a little bit you know handmaid's tale about it but leave it we bet I don't I don't know I I it doesn't I know that my god says it's weird you know that my god says I'm not gonna follow this but I think it's turning me off even though I would maybe enjoy this kind of music right yeah I think it's kind of think that part of it makes me want to go yeah I think he has a live in this space a little bit longer before I go okay I'm on board and also show that he and I don't know is is an act as it was a real like you know if he stays over here Chelsea yeah we'll see right in the meantime about if needed to design kind of gave me an awesome thank you got thank you that I'm instead of as kat Perkins you're listening to the don is the show and we'll be right back on my top ones that one might talk one of seven one everything with something very important I forgot to tell you what don't cross the streams entertainment I'm here to tell you about welcome baby care expert in home care for the whole family I work for my talk and I'm sharing my personal story because I want pregnant moms to really hear me I use welcome baby with my first born he just turned ten and I still remember waking up to the smell of fresh baked bread but mostly I remember I could see him clearly my doula was Tory and because of her I was able to really bond with My Baby today she runs welcome baby with all the love and passion she put into caring for her family's her team of experts are certified doulas with infant child CPR training that a background checks licensed and insured but when my daughter was born I thought I knew it all and didn't need help I suffer from post partum depression and anxiety my partner wasn't trained to recognize the skills like a doula would exhausted we started drifting apart I wish I could go back in time and bring torie back who knows he and I might still be together but you can better your odds and make your baby and family a priority I reaching out to welcome baby your baby SO beautiful don't you want to see them clearly if so visit welcome baby.

Michael I
"michael i" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

02:36 min | 11 months ago

"michael i" Discussed on OnEducation

"I WANNA share exciting stories so there was a K.. Eight school for almost six six years as their director of attack and we went from a computer lab barely. Why find the building to a one to one apple and and I? I met with a third grade teacher and she said listen. Michael I could have taught you in third grade. I'm GONNA give you one chance to come into my classroom and create some sort of meaningful experience because that was like my fancy term for like awesome stuff with technology one chance and if it works we're going to collaborate a lot if it doesn't it was nice working with you very very upfront. But I appreciate the transparency so we looked Eddie native American research project. Each group gets a native American tribe. Bake create some sort of presentation keynote. powerpoint and that we go oh through the drudgery of these presentations where these third graders are either reading the board or reading index cards and everyone's falling asleep and there's no real learning happening and we I I want to say we redefined it. If we're looking at the camera model the students use book Creator and they created these interactive books that taught there. Here's about the other native American tribes that they didn't interact and engage with the information. The teacher didn't know preview lesson. No general summarize his lesson. It was all focused on the students facilitating learning. They created these incredible interactive books. That had drawings uh-huh audio and text at just really really just rich powerful visuals. We could not get the students to leave to go to recess because they did not want to leave the classroom and engaged and stop engaging with their students their peers work so they facilitated learning there were student agency. There were student voice as before clip flip grade and the awesome trend of of student voice being a constant Hashtag on on twitter and we did a review we did a reflection and we actually ranked. Don't the different skills. The different outcomes of before twenty years worth of presentations and what we just did and she. She said that students the students they loved it. But that's how the story ends three years later. These third graders are in sixth grade. As so tell me about the Navajo and this kid is like it it. It was. It was locked in their memory because of the engaging in powerful meaningful way that technology could facilitate a very creative way of showcasing.

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"michael i" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"michael i" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Welcome you're on the air Hi thank you so much for taking my call I just wanted to comment. That I felt context, is really important here he's pretty clear to me that this well exclusively benefit industry and development like considering what? The administration has already been doing, to. Fight back against environmental policies but my, question was do you think the administration can even move forward with this given the strong public interest. In protecting endangered species let me go to Michael Doyle Michael I. Think that as a caller indicates if. There were to be a survey and I'm sure there have been about protecting, the native species there'd be widespread. Public support when, it comes down to specific examples some of that support can can dissipate, and I would say that in terms of what. Will, drive the administration's decisions it will not be a referendum so for instance the administration shrunk national monuments. Before it did it Opened the notion up to public comments more than two point four million public comments came flooding in the. Vast vast majority opposed shrink into the monuments and. The, administration would have had as it wanted to. On a long so there in when it comes to regulatory actions there. Is only so much the public can do but I but I would like to add an additional coming in terms of money I agree completely with Jason. The there's a ton, of money involved with us and wanted to find out more you might want to go to the center for? Responsive politics website and search around,.

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"michael i" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"michael i" Discussed on WTVN

"Six ten. WTVN Michael start us off here? I'm? I'm genuinely conflicted I really need so, what what do I do Michael I. Can give you two. Personal examples have. Been seated on two different lake? Relationship And then each instance it was best that I did know rather than not no The first example the girlfriend of eight years Somebody told me and then later got the truth out ever found out relationship wasn't. As deep as I thought it was anyway so that was a good thing because it made it a. Little easier to get out of turns out he. Really didn't want, to be in it anyway Second example is my current wife yes Her Found out with her on my own An. Instinct? You'll. Thing she wasn't quite acting right thanks. Things weren't quite the same between somehow something was off Know what was going on there confronted her about it and in this instance it brought to her mind. How. Important I was to her and how. Silly and frivolous what she was doing was and we get along great now we're closer than. We've ever been so I can't think of any other examples where would not be a good thing to tell you, might start the conversation off by simply asking him if. He. Has, an open relationship because if you do that he's. Gonna? Know exactly where I'm going with this question, right well just, tell him if, he asks yes or no why why just telling a. Friend of your ask here's. Asked and and you know you'd rather not say what trends and. Cap that off so you're not. Lying? To. You can ask one of your friends. To ask you Okay All, right, Michael I'm. Going I will give that a. Try I will give it a try again my moral. Dilemma I saw somebody this is, not a close personal friend this. Is the third. Tier front but they're more, than an acquaintance they they don't they mean, something to me but they don't mean a ton to me. The person they are supposed. To be, married, to was. Clearly this is an mistaken identity I me. And my buddy both saw it, they were with somebody else fooling. Around what do. I morally do what is, my moral obligation Don can you. Can you, help me out and set me straight here yeah I'm looking. At it the other way What's that Don and the reason is? Well, I don't think you should tell them Don I. Did so for my brother When I was babysitting for his girlfriend's brother who she had to pay. For the. Mother wouldn't do it And being nosy person I am I saw this male spec then one of those flop things open She'd been having a fair after a fair after. A. Fair after a fair probably twenty of some of the guys run the service, at the time sure the bottom line was my brother got mad at. Me because it was true and she got mad at me and I never got. Paid for babysitting so you, think, you're doing something good and, it can backed up in your face this is where you Don thanks but this is where they that idea of no good deed goes unpunished comes. In because I'm trying. To my head to sort through these scenarios where this this could, be bad this could be bad what if, they have. An open relationship and I. Call him out embarrass him worse yet I just wonder like He found the, love, of. His life etcetera etcetera And who, am, I Is one is it worth ruining an entire? Relationship over for one maybe she had one bad. And I don't know This is where I don't know, where to go with. This Melanie what would you. What would you recommend I do melanie's. Because I'm honest to God me and my. Buddy we are like torn apart we cannot figure out what to do you don't let it. Lay on your, conscience you tell them what are you, have, to write a letter or not just think. About yourself, I wanna, know and you, couldn't even write. A letter hey you're not gonna open relationship on the day I thought you know check? It out look into it you gotta do something His, future varied, yet why even. Bother if she's. Already cheating on him That's the yeah. No I hear ya I, hear you and that's that's where I'm struggling that's exactly where I'm struggling..

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