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California Bill Targets Fast-Paced Working Conditions at Warehouses
"Lawmakers are weighing the first legislation of its kind. Which could give warehouse workers new power to fight speed quotas. Npr's alina seljuk reports. Hurry hurry hurry send you about. Eta says that's how it felt when she worked at an amazon warehouse in southern california. All you see people bending down scanning every individual items getting to screening individual items scanning to wayne it out having to run to the other side put it in the conveyor and start over again. She rotated through several jobs for ten hours a day. she would bend twist reach scan. Unwrap re wrap hoping to hit two hundred items. Our i rarely ever saw anyone to use the restroom or less you know. They talked to some morley. Do mind scanning this item like every three minutes just so might time off. Task doesn't accumulate cover for time off. Task is carefully watched by amazon. The company says it's to make sure all technology is in working order but also to identify underperforming workers too much time off task over time and the algorithm can flag you as a slacker and get you fired some workers leg bharata who is now an organizer with a warehouse. Workers resource center have argued that the pace of work is unhealthy unsustainable. That's what prompted new legislation by california assemblywoman laurenti gonzalez were absolutely targeting. The practices of amazon that are being picked up quite frankly by other retailers the legislation. Ab seven one is a rare bill to specifically target large warehouses. It's complex but has two key themes the main one says productivity quotas cannot come at the expense of health and safety. If they do the bill would give workers more legal power to fight them. The second is transparency giving workers the representatives and government officials more access to detailed records of quotas and workers actual rates. What we know is that amazon workers get hurt. Twelve times as often as other warehouse
The Media Lets Corporations Slip as They're Supporting the Chinese Community Party
"Nike and Apple are among the U. S. Corporations have been lobbying Congress to weaken legislation that would ban the import of goods made with slave labor in Xinjiang. The NBA like Nike has struggled to reconcile its outspoken support for social justice causes. In the U. S, of course, with its cosy business ties to China. Its reluctance to criticize Beijing for human rights abuses. And ESPN investigation, published in 2020 found that NBA training academies in Ji Xiang were rife with complaints of physical abuse. And in 2019 when former Houston Rockets general manner Darrell Morley. Tweeted. Well, we know this story. About freedom for the people in Hong Kong, he was viciously attacked by LeBron James, who makes a fortune of Nike. Which makes a fortune of communist China. Which makes a fortune. On labor camp. Slavery. For Muslims. In China. Where is The Washington Post? Sporadic. Where's The New York Times Sporadic. Where is the American media Sporadic in its coverage. Really quite appalling.
"morley" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Five years. Later in nineteen seventy seven. She returned to work when she was asked to score. The animated film watership down overall wind experienced. That was later turned into a radio. Drama called nineteen seventy seven angela. I got a call from the conductor. On thursday evening they had a recording studio booked. The orchestra was assembled and contract to play the following monday. The problem was the original. Composer was busy with the queen's jubilee and the stress is making him ill he hadn't finished the score in fact he barely written anything at all. Angela brought on another orchestrator wary. Ashmore to help build out the to musical sketches into finished pieces. They were recorded the following tuesday. The producers asked angela to stay on and caboose for the rest of the film. She was hesitant at first. She hasn't even read the book. The movie was based on but in end she was convinced. The score is atmospheric quirky and create an air of importance it even featured her primary instrument the alto saxophone angela. Finish the job in just a few weeks time. The soundtrack was leader named one of the ten best scores of nineteen seventy eight by the academy of motion picture arts and sciences. Angela morley died in scottsdale arizona. Fourteen two thousand nine at the age of eighty four while she may not be a household name for the general public these days. Angela is feared by her musical colleagues. In one obituary john williams said she was certainly one of the finest musicians. I've ever known or worked with as an orchestrator. Her skill was unsurpassed with technical perfection. That was drawn on and.
"morley" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello for wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this encyclopedia will manica. Today we're taking a look at the life of a prolific composer who scored films. Tv shows and became a household name for listeners of the bbc. She won three emmys and was the first openly transgender person to be nominated for an academy award. Let's talk about angela. Morley angela was born in nineteen twenty four in leeds yorkshire her father was a jeweler and the family lived above the shop where he spent long days fixing watches and resizing rings. When angela was young she was inspired by musical influences. Around her on sunday evenings her father would play the ukulele banjo and her mother would sing along with the deep contralto voice but what angela loved best was the old fashioned gramophone. It was large and house at a mahogany cabinet to play a record. Angela would wind up the crank at the side when she first started listening. She could hardly reach. The crank loves to listen to her parents. Dance band albums. When angela was eight years old the family got an upright piano and installed it in the sitting room. Angeles started taking lessons from a local teacher but just three months later. Her father died suddenly at the age of thirty nine. The lessons stopped but angeles musical journey. Didn't angela then took violin lessons for about a month which she loved but her grandfather whom they moved in with didn't and smear greece on her bow effectively ending that beans next up angeles started learning the accordion. She won prizes for her playing. But she was encouraged to learn an instrument that could be played in a band or orchestra if she wanted to have better luck building a musical career so again. Angela changed instruments. Picking up a pawnshop clarinet and later the alto saxophone. She had finally found her instrument. The age of fifteen. Angela left school to join a touring juvenile band. Her new bandmates asked her. What's your favorite band. Angela answered ambrose a highly acclaimed british dance band from the nineteen thirties. Her bandmates laughed and asked. Hadn't you heard of tommy dorsey or any american bands took her to a record shop and set up in a listening booth. Angela leader credited that moment as the start of her education not long. After in the fall of nineteen thirty nine world war two began at that point angeles tour was cancelled and she had to go home. She took the first job she found a trainee projectionist at a cinema. She didn't last long but the of that year the band was getting back together again and because many of the older members were getting drafted angela and other younger musicians became a hot commodity. Angela bounced from band to band eventually landing with one of the best bands in the uk. At the time the giraldo orchestra it was nineteen forty four and she was just twenty years old. it was with the giraldo orchestra that angela got a real education in arranging. The band played for the bbc. And it more to provide a wide variety of tunes from swing to jazz orchestral music. This first attila became angeles calling card. Angela officially made the switch to composing orchestrating and arranging at the age of twenty six and her long career. She wrote music for tv. Shows like dallas and dynasty. She also wrote arrangements that were used as source music for a number of famous films including e t star wars superman and home alone. She wrote melodies for musical greats. Isaq perlman yoyo. Ma and joshua bell. She was prolific and moved seamlessly from john rhodesia. So much of this work was unprecedented. While the composer often gets the credit the orchestrator and arranger are like the thread that stitches the musical ideas and brings the.
"morley" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur
"Wide does your success half to first start in your mind. Stay tuned to find out okay. Here's the question hour. We dark darkhorse. The everyone is betting against the ones they don't expect to win place or even show on the track and they'll even on us we talk about. How do we show the world greatness in triumph camonte. Well that's the question and this podcast will give you the answers. This is the dark horse entrepreneur game. Stacey bregman what is what is up. What the heck is up my dark horse friends and family. Welcome back to your weekly dose of strengthening your mindset learning. I'm your door course host tracey bregman and you will that my is infinitely more important. You are driven entrepreneur or one in the making. I the way you're here because you're ready to start race start kickstart a just start leveling up with some great marketing business or personal tips and results in order to build that beautiful business of yours into that empire. It absolutely deserves to be man. We're gonna come at you with another big episode today as john. Morley share so many amazing tips and thoughts about how to get your internals lined up to make get in those business ventures lined up a whole lot easier plus. I'm gonna let you win on next week's interview episode guest who's not only an entrepreneur but a drummer at one of my favorite bands. And nope. it's not kiss but as per usual the dark. Horse corrals are chock full of personal business and marketing g. o. l. d. spilling from every corner of the dark horse entrepreneur. H q. so let's get to the starting gates and go. What is up my dark horse friends and family. Today's guests is john morley now. John started his first company. Just about thirty some odd years ago and has a passionate serial entrepreneur. He didn't stop there. He later went on to build his own marketing and full print publication center. Today he gets people more quality connections on linked in by telling their stories in a unique way. John is also the president of the franklin lakes chamber of commerce in the also serves as an emergency responder john. Welcome to the dark horse entrepreneur. Man thank you very much for having me tracy..
"morley" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"There were giving capsule and putting people on for two minutes to game absolutely ridiculous. I mean giving david beckham caps just for the sake of it yet. Let's get him up. Put him on a supposed to be honest to play for you. You can't do not just give the sake of it allowing a what's some plas- getting caps and komo two minutes not gonna care but at the end the twenty is time people the gets the he never gonna commit suicide. Say well you got them caps on to me. That is completely wrong. You've got the earned the right to get in on on think this day as the just throwing for the segmenting in each wrong really absolutely and inside in noise one you in the league next to you in the european cup and hardly a cap between the loria in fact when we went to the world cup in knowing tonight there was only peter at the villa squad this That went on. Oh just phenomenal argument. I got voted Ninety two vote in the french. Tim is in the coaches the coaches i think what was called for some french magazine was regarded as the best in the business. Come out once a month and what don't that was the got three competition. It was the first his copenhagen champion certain european cup on the coal to each team to vote for the best eleven and i got voted in in european. I get in the accompanying squad like no. He's absolutely ridiculous. And the thing is what what that does not mean that always miller few. I'd already proven that was all about will couple of the on the plan against fight against anyone. I got the best all of them so us wide for me. I'm not saying. I was the best left exam. Not left wing. Let's be honest about that. But i i. I'd ability to do things differently. In other fitness not get open down on a the will would have opened the doors. No question because i was always to scoring spectacular. Not that i mentioned it was just some never thought that i could do it. I mean you look at david plot. One goals changes all life. You can spell jim in ornament on this what you realize your e e only thanks bryan. Robson was injured. So so he can is. That will cook. Those omeday can go and a disappointing. Because i thought he would suit me down to the ground but again often an announcement if gotta get i think the most annoying thing that went you would get on examine on his kid. Printing the desert look to win the league and you know when european copen not goal is just a list. I don't expect like not taking cain alter next championship You know what i mean. Simple as know incredible. Yeah i say. Dennis i speak to dennis. Sometimes i look at people like winning. Think i'll let us know. You never got an count in romanian and you know and it was playing when he was when you played in midfield. It was very very physical. I e every game was a physical game. And you know you're getting you get busted. You only had to twelve years in the top class. Thirteen top So you gotta give him credit not not many people who've midfield played played out long in midfield unless you're paying is successful year. And then he get young kids around you to continue work here then. It's gotta sure you know a a say kenny swain..
"morley" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"Up just It sounds arrogant. But i know six when the bulls closing. Some affair know what can do that. So know after pinkett and you get on and just went on On it wedding great goal once again around round gives is the vase never said nothing to me after the game was pulled me in the office on the mundi as well know some for the i was technically better the zavalje. Yeah and i'm gonna keep it down to him so a new to do not be low right next to him because he but he sort of very told where you can get down to cause some Telephone new i have to do that. He went in but that was. That's a goal. But once again i'll go back to like situation soution game if you will the for jimmy. Rimmer saving penalty. That went out for a corner. High wouldn't have been in the position to School that simple A say jimmy said he went out for cohen came out and i went to school on. That's not one not one say from jimmy and At any team wins anything. They one slice Change everything that was. But it wasn't a lucky was excited that jimmy. They've jimmy on a saturday. we went to they. Were fantastic side. I think they villa park. There were great side. they were on a genuine. It'd been opposition so every time. I see jimmy now evening. I'll say jimmy you go. The season it inhabits forget european goldie a- an- an and never gets you'll say may not be about city in game. May you know so it's all about you know some of that game. I think we have to three reserves goodson islands and play brandon's buffet. You know that's such a good splutter young players coming through really so he folded it really so. The european cup turned on on jorie recife. What did championship team.
"morley" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"At lowe's a family and friends you wanted like to play in front of them at goodison and all that is only nutshell any also regarding out now well pissed off. You're going up to live to nominate meal at a male and still going to go to some talk. I'm dejected. it's to bolster just gone. I'm thinking on cacao play this like the lights know that i'm a bit paid off the situation. So they're staying away from me so we're gonna addressing his communist took his gloves off the about maxim down that about to change your mind said I think the things At annoying i think the m not packages you'll up my be too much going back. Tony you back in the side well my gun and only once again in my sis joking. Why meal for one too. I just wanted to get out the on. Just chilling a property wasn acid. I two or three minutes in fiber lebowa isn't it could could put twenty defendants omen and nobody's going to get the boat off announcement of on the shot to be for. It just says it foot on. Of course. I didn't mean to go in that top corner by mets with the target. You know what i mean. All these people say the pros. Elias they all used as a child to make sure you get the target. You're the chance but soon as if it before you news is gonna use big save always going to be a good goal like a goal so you can. If the gulf you know the sweet spot he went on a move gave him two fingers in remain mardi gras but he does. His job used job. It was like a ball. In the puppets rate is waiting to explode investigative them. I'm saying he ain't gonna take in front of my family no way no way at all. No so you don't get the overall performance is absolutely fantastic. I mean i got golden citizen. But i think for the move more than anything else really not guilty. The ball left the flow and then he ended up in the top corner. Really so You know very grateful for that. You know a one. What once was on the tricks again. The best album. He never said nothing to me. On the wyoming other said well well play any pulleys office on a monday morning said hunting again. Took the dreaded anthony's criminal. I thought the best of senior play lula were one or two games on. It won't say that he's one or two game. You know blau instead both too afraid to find you under pound above what you go. I just said i'm going to school. Another one is no no no you being put things to me. Go out and trying to find you under pound but well don't believe about all this as about finding appropriate. I realize it years ago. And i go. I got goal of europe as well bill in it than the sand. Fine to own equate. But not on a i realized why..
"morley" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"You roller locks on the disturbs me. Like papers in a nurse sprays. Not if you know assault line on our up. And i didn't smoke has some tim whitsett in wastepaper bins. On the cabela's come down with my going to smoke outside and put the dock usa doctors in in in the inattentive. I said look. I'm going out duke. Lots deliver pill news. Lovely komo nice and what they went and don't who've at the cigarettes dope up into the you've i obviously didn't think i thought he was out into you. Bet on the obviously yet to put under stirs on a it just after the game they went home. I went out I went out for meal. Miguel friend i wanna come back the complete the shell the shell decided just completely completely mostly on. It was a cigarette because evacuated. That wasn't gonna just got going the big A thought going into the flames went to papers Paves ignited the the contest. The bottles contain it like this patient and they just explode on not the door when if it would have been in their house he wouldn't buy but it's a smolder causing damage but they also say that cologne coming on coming to drive the place. Think jesus christ on you know the very quick. If i had a drink lighter in there before we get all my information and then i realized i saw ghost towns with his girlfriend on driving on. I saw a rubber plant that nothing nothing. Nothing was sinking in denver. So i saw the obviously the when. I said the red light blue fire engine. Not shock couldn't sink. And then i told me i thought you know anyhow. I'll kick the silver plan so we're certainly sammaka. Chapter live so always shocking. I'm thinking oh miguel Golden said he went back and he said well. This is a steph. A week as these two games on saturday on easter monday just played forest on the european champion. Beat them two-nil great results. So we'll plan on the monday at stoke so ago on the nights and what train on the sunday. Obviously an dot night couldn't get a considerable savings.
"morley" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"I'm thinking what's what's now. Oh then it'd be blowing smoke in the air and be going all right one second. I'll go phone call. Bill good looks like the plane. While you know you know probably downfield mr shankly go look. It took me four years to realize what see israel is not. I'm done phone interest. Just a psychological thing in there like i'm gonna seven sit down. I'm busy be speaking gone consume anybody but it wasn't just the way was like you know very very very shrewd and then we put the phone. Don't mean you gotta slight problem anthony. We don't think yeah. Well when you go go play you crump here. We go again. Well he said you can initiate combat like bram. You can't do this and you combine like pizza. Widow deadly small talk thinking clemens. All my godson going into thinking. Oh the decent play them. I'm getting slow too on. I'm getting yourself Sliding down the kid. You know what i mean sliding down going down on god. So he's he slow to me now. I'm sort forget on swim now. The nfl gotta get elderlies domain. No i'll be planning on in the weekend. Saw up to walk out after sloth many said a such an even if you don't right minimum not you i'm useless is an any close been interested in me inquires about copeland thinking so as a gun to the dole about yards away. I've gone to the gone so your mom asked the up. He said yeah no chromosomal. We'll organize what is fox in rockdale said. Get out the look on you trained in this afternoon so the last week of the solid on this. I'm not knocking rockdale. But he definitely money united tottenham wondering so got a slowly explodes me. It made me realize i though he just he can stop me over as me like you know what i mean. I so you know when the komo the gambling to look at something phenomenal you know. That's the way he was in the so he could get people and he was And i've got no complaints. He used slow to me in a gesture. Newman golden cowan gotti joel looking but we realize is a new that i don't ability will look out for yourself. It's the decided may began going back and dropping winning tackles..
Matt's New Garage Plus GM Logo Change
"Do you would you. I know you get the short timeframe. And and i know you push yourself hard. Do do you set certain expectations. Like what you need to do in in three weeks or four weeks like just i don't know physically or something except the number one. Don't get hurt between now. And then it right marty hurt you. Can't i had this conversation with somebody yesterday. And you know all joking aside once you look at it. It's like it here throw auto analogy. It's like get the car ready for seema and ten days I it's like getting a car. A bill ready for you. Know the reveal shot on a reality show but in this world. I had the conundrum that i have. Is you have unlimited time right so you what. How much do you portion out for. Strength for stretching for you know. It's it's a conundrum because there's so much to do in such a short period of time and then if you overload in one area you're you're your negatively compensating were in the other areas like if i trained too much then i'm going to hurt myself right but if i don't train enough then i'm not ready so you know i mean this is how is your how is your. Here's things like. Everybody wants to look good when they get into the ring as you get older suitable you know. I can't within four weeks. It's not possible so you just try to figure out how you can say face with either yourself or the i mean it's just it's a weird and we've we've talked about this before when you're doing it's like obviously you're when you're in there you wanna put on the best show possible not. It doesn't always go that way. It's still very taxing physically mentally but you wanna put on the best show for the fans possible that are watching but the training regimen has to be much different. I would imagine. Yeah you gotta look good. You wanna get big. You wanna get you wanna get cut. But i really like. How about flexibility bad. I just feel like just like all. My son is lifting morley team. Yeah so yeah. I spend most of my time in the gym in the gym at d. one fitness with him training everyday. Just stretch it man. He's i mean. I'm just trying to be pliable. Yeah so i miss. Don't want to snap in the ring. I'm not talking about my head. I'm talking about every ended. You know no. Let's move on okay. But that's important. Because is that's how you're gonna that's how you're going to be able to survive to put on a good show is going to be can you. Can you move around and not get injured in the however many minutes you need to be in the ring or you know what i'm saying because it ends very quickly and very quickly if something pulls her tears or injured or whatever in the first thirty seconds it changes the whole match sixteen when i went back and then russell rocket wrestlemainia my growing within the first ten seconds. The bill well. I don't know how you did that. We don't need to get into how so i mean. Yeah hey you know. I'm not gonna sit here. I do this every week. You know it sounds. I'm crying but yeah there's a lot. There's a lot to lot to happen in a very short period of time. And you try to prioritize stuff and you know is more important to be of as a more important to be big. What you realistically do in three weeks. Attaining that goal am i going to hurt myself a day yesterday in squatting i get it but i. I'm their interest driving my trx. We're just interested in it because it's part of the job right and it's just a big part of of your career for so many years and what you're doing what you're doing now and honestly the bill the car for sema or even the reality show. -nology is the biggest difference is is we can fake it at the last minute and you don't you don't really get to do that. I don't have that luxury get to do that. Well all right well at least so far so good. You're getting into it. I i see you got listen. I i know you've also got the big garage going on and the gym's going to be amazing up there as well. I hope. I hope you don't look at a guy. I don't wanna use net. Jim gauge will use it. That's for sure but Just for myself. But now since i can't all your hey listen. There's there's nothing better than to be able to go in to the gym with gaijin kind of act as coach instead of partner and that be perfectly listened to me. Well he's fourteen is listening. Your truck looks great. You know we'll segue to it as i spill my coffee overplays but the truck looks
"morley" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
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"morley" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Iv and. You'll be greeted by lincoln banner profile when you get to my link been a profile. The thing that's very unique is that it doesn't just have my name and have my business. You see people don't do business Because you're smart. You're intelligent or you have a company. That's not the reason people do business. People do business with you because you have a commonality with them. So what did we do. We created panels that match some of my expertise. We picked five of the one. I'm a solution specialist. We put engineer. We made people feel comfortable to of marketing and publications. That was my second thing. And we're a little picture of a puzzle third i'ma chamber president fourth. I'm a voice over. And i'm an emcee and fifth. I'm a talk show host so when you look at those things john's not just a profile. He's a serial entrepreneur. He's an engineer. And then. I can't let a very catchy headline which has been keeping me busy. Reach one million eyeballs in thirty days. And i'm also co for the happy neighborhood project new jersey. But how do i do that well. There's a lot of nonsense out there. People say you can pay to get on page one of google and you can but you always gotta pay to stay up there. I believe in doing it organically so my team. We write articles. But we've figured out how to get content out how to get press releases out there and how to get google to follow you. Legitimately not by paying them by producing quality content and that my friends is what's getting me more traction and so people sign up with time to be with a hey. I'd like banner profile. We spended on sixty minutes with them. They pay for it. And within seven to fourteen days we create a link to banner profile that second to none and we have a whole program. They can go through but the goal is. I teach people how to use these tools and how to get more business how to get more engagement had more discussion and now discussion can lead to more business. that's fantastic. you can say that there's been a great deal of thought and time spent and reflecting on the steps that you need to take testing and trawling in its own a great credit to you. John now importantly we're at the pointy end of the show. Where people there obviously itching to know more about your business and how they can get this underway neighbors so when people want to find you jonas working with you where are they actually going to find you the easiest way. Because i have lots of companies the easiest way.
"morley" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Hi john. This is such such from brian's office. Yes oh. Brian actually can't do the breakfast today. He asked if we could do dinner instead. His wife and his family is coming in and they're not going to be able to pick them up at the airport because they only have one car and one's in the garage and i said okay so another time. I made the same thing. I took the the. Let's say ten dollars from the dinner. And i brought it down to. Let's say the breakfast. Oh john Yeah this is such a such brian's office okay. he's not gonna be able to dinner tonight. What happened oh apparently to some kind of emergency office. And he's going to need to stay later. Unfortunately it's a big deadline and he he can't get out of it. He asked if we could just do a quick Breakfast instead you can't make this stuff up. So when i saw this it again i know nothing about marketing a printing. This was back then. I decided that. I need to figure out. How do i get rid of this bottleneck which was printing at the time and i she. I don't have that. Can print like that in that kind of volume and that quality i went to xerox because we had xerox machine already but again it couldn't do that kind of volume and it couldn't do that kind of printing and i said to them. Gee i'm looking into another type machine. Do you have something that can handle some production. I'm looking to maybe get into printing. Oh absolutely in fact you know. Here's the machine but let's take you out to lunch when we come back and show you. They took me to launch. They brought me back to show me. The machine said love the machine it's fantastic. How much is the machine. Well let's not talk with so when. I don't want to talk anymore about what active. How much is the machine. Well i said you're going to have to tell me sooner or later. No no no and you spend three hours. Read explaining what it can do. The machine is only going to cost you blah blah blah. And so they. They didn't give me the number of machine upfront. They figured i'm gonna leave the machine so they gave me machine. I think it was on a Obviously it was a thirty six month Or i think it was a. It was a forty eight monthly. That's what it was. It was a forty eight month lease and that machine john. It's gonna cost you just over three over three. What.
"morley" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"The one thing is people are able to network virtually which we've always had the capability of doing but people were not doing it because they didn't have to have to now. It's kind of like what they need to do to network or they don't get to talk to people unless they call them on the phone so i think that's a great thing. I also believe that it's causing us as creators developers engineers to. Let's say not think outside the box. Let's say destroy the box and think without any kind of box because we're always talking about thinking inside the box outside the box. I want to get rid of the whole darn box. Get all the boxes right. Get rid of all about to throw in the boxes. Yes get rid of all the boxes small boxes big-box any boxes all sizes and by doing that. We can start to see that there's a lot of value out. There's a lot of solutions out there. Like let's look at the some of the covert solutions. Now where you know things like your phone for example Can be prompted to tell you that you're too close to a building you need to put your mask on and there's lots of things so i feel that there's a lot of people that are not happy with covid for business and i get it. I get it but what you have to do is be grateful for what we have be grateful. You don't have covert right now capable. Be grateful you can breathe Be grateful you're in business The grateful that you have a good mind in your head and you're able to think and you're able to put things together and we're all going through a similar challenge okay. I think we're the problem comes in. Rick is where people decide to shut down The production factory upstairs because of an attitude or a belief your member colonel patenting with the talked about the patent they said well gee is the patent factor being shut down. I don't believe it is will the while. You're saying we can't do this so that was something came to us for many many years ago. But it's no different records. That are patent fat. Your idea factory is not shutting down and these are really great times to harness the industry. And what's out there and there is just so much more to come in. Twenty twenty one Airports i mean yes. There's there are risks out there for our information. Maybe getting into the wrong hands. But i do think there is a lot of good things that are happening in with cove and here..
"morley" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"I let them know that this is the part time job and then i suddenly realized that they don't appreciate me and the happiest day of my life was when i said to them. I wanna thank you. They want to thank us. I wanna thank you for help me become the best version of myself when i wanna wish you guys a happy holiday. I won't be coming back next year. So we'll and they were like well. What happened about the project is to finish the project before. I leave this this year. I said but i said the way you guys treat me in the way everything's gone. I said i've learned that. I'm a bitch a better version of myself by leaving your and you guys are better versions of yourself by having someone else hear. Thank you for teaching me that they thought i was on drugs. You've you've you've review in the short conversation and thank you for sharing. You've talked about value proposition. But self and company and those you serve you've talked about basically you've touched on pricing and have that comes into the fold and a lot to expand on that pave also talked about setting your own path as an entrepreneur and believing in yourself. I'm wondering since that time. How those three dynamics evolved in you businesses. That's an excellent question. So you know when. I first started the business. Which now it's gonna be because we're in about twenty twenty now. We're actually celebrating her. Thirtieth year in business Just about a ago was when the anniversary of the company fantastic. The jayme were connection. Anchorage am mo dot com and. That was my first business and What i realized. Rick is that i always wanted to make everybody happy business. I wanna do a great job. And i want to make everybody happy and i also want to make everybody happy in life and what i learned is that in the first five or ten years i was in business rick. I was in a hobby. Those first ten years. I was very intelligent.
"morley" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"I went around. And i couldn't find the modem anywhere so like how can i buy this modem so i was trying to learn about what a distributor was and how to buy it from a distributor and like you can't buy it from a distributor until you have something called the tax. Id number and where do i get. One of those things started to roll. And i was still in still in college. I was in my junior college. And i was like i was home for like a break and i was like i want this motive has gotta you gotta get a tax. Id number. i was even getting them to share with me. How much modem costs which the is supposed to do. Unless you're you know you're you're a company. Well i went around. I realized that. I needed to take the company i needed to get a company started and i need it to create a tax. Id you don't pay sales tax because you're going to sell it to your to your clients. That was grapes. basically the tax. Id allows you to create a liability. But i was so interested to get one. You know like what it was like. Oh there's a why ability you have to pay now to use this number and if you don't pay your follow reports properly didn't quite a bit. Who you and. I called this place back and as it. Hey i got a text. Id number okay. We you have to apply for an account now how we do that. Apply for an account and other asking me for credit and again. I'm just a college student and like oh we're going to have to put you on. Co de ceo. Whatever i don't care no no no. That means you pay when it's delivered to you. Oh how do i pay you. Well we prefer cash or certified check a bank check so i remember the modem was for i think it was like three or four hundred dollars and i bought the modem to this day. It was like one hundred sixty five dollars. It was a nice markup. I bought the modem. And i got it and i still remember also that i had to have the check ready because ups wouldn't wait. It was a whole process. And i got the modem i plugged it in.
"morley" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Serial entrepreneurs and engineers a talk show host. He's a marketer. And we're going to be covering a whole range of very interesting topics and with all that being said. Welcome to the show. John thank you very much. It's a pleasure to be here. It's absolutely my pleasure to have you here. No john you. And i would just speaking of line about family and the origins of how we got to be to where we are today and i'd love to take a deep dive into your history but before we do that. I think it's good to start off with them. Maybe where you're located and if you could share a little bit about yourself in terms of what you like to do and recreation tom. Which boone yourself shook the happy to so i'm in franklin which isn't beautiful bergen county which is probably about thirty five forty minutes south side of new york. And there's no traffic antastic. What i like you do in my spare time of i like to I'm very big goal setting. That's a big thing for me. I like to do meditations of. I like to walk to Plan what's going to be. The topics are my next show which we actually just recorded a little. While ago for our friday show and I just really liked doing that. And then i love working on my businesses You know just kind of planning things. And what's going on. And you know just before i was working on my goals for twenty twenty one and i just very pumped up about that. Yeah that's fantastic. Thank you for sharing. I think that's a really good segue into talking about your multiple ventures. You have several of them if if the number of domains is anything to go boy. I think you're quite busy individual. Yes sir. I am definitely very busy. And i like it the way i do like to to grow and now with covert. I think we actually get busier. Because now everything could be done..
Interview With Michele McPhee On Coronavirus Efects In California
"We have a California corona virus correspondent we have dubbed herself so it's Michelle McPhee Michelle as a new book out today and I typically you're gonna come on when this books coming out of the book is called ma'am Michelle McPhee welcome WRKO again I love my new title as west coast corona correspondent that's amazing it's a going out and Kelly by the way you know it's a very interesting place so if you go hiking right now you can get a citation from the LAPD but if you are a homeless drug user and wanted Koster into a little group outside my house on the corner there hands off which is literally what LA is now that they let you know we talked about this before this idea of the prisoners being released and now there is just thirty five hundred more tense where people can pretty much concerned groups do drugs and not be bothered how are people being placed in that time well that we all are actually but in your case in particular you know house all you your Hollywood now makes me of course the reason I'm sure he'd be bringing well the rumors and the projections in the nightmare catastrophic scenarios that California was facing they haven't panned out whether or not it's due to you know the draconian steps that the governors and the mayors of taken out there or because maybe corona viruses and all that it's cracked up to be we don't know but how long are people out there going to just stay shut down without causing any ruckus wow that's a very good question I'm already seeing in downtown LA businesses using you know boarding up their windows well you know it was the biggest issue is that joblessness nobody's working and you have to think about people at least in LA we have room but can you imagine people being cooped up B. B. I don't know how you could imagine that but with a bunch of kids and trying to work and now you find out the kids are going back to school until maybe may fifteenth I mean I don't this is what I'm very happy to be single and unmarried but I don't know how people do it the most dot not making money you got a million kids you're trying to work everyone making new recipes and it is it's a complete cluster the most offensive thing I've heard through all of this was Gayle king lamenting it's really hard to do this while you're single because it's just so lonely and I might come some some of this scale it's just only in your massive Bel Air mansion so narrowly up there depends how the Upper East Side shut up so thank you now I mean if I hear one more celebrities sing a song from their pool I'm gonna shoot somebody asks where I have more Matthew McConaughey in the woods is Bobby bandito in less Kylie Jenner's legs pool side I I know that's a weird thing this ma'am but that's the reality that is the reality I mean honestly and you see it out here you would not believe the conversations you overhear when you have to wait I don't know an hour to get into trader Joe's with a bunch of like hipster Silver Lake you this is I mean it's just unbelievable engine we deliver any wind up over thirty dollars a barrel that is a direct quote from somebody finally it's awfully trader Joe's okay I need a video I don't think they're not even you know producing series right now but we're all looking for the next tiger King makes me at trader Joe's lines throughout California I'd watched an episode of that I'm sites outside by helping the homeless encampment I know how that turns out you with every one of them socks that would for me I speaking to spend you got a new book out it's called mai ham unanswered questions about the Tsarnaev brothers the U. S. government and the Boston Marathon bombing obviously we all know April fifteenth two thousand and thirteen this happened your first book on this came out in twenty seventeen called maximum harm here's my question for you on the book you've gone Hollywood between twenty seventeen and now you've been wildly successful you've got a series on TV that's been picked up again you got another series in production why is this one stick in your Craw so much that even though you had so much success you still got to keep working on this thing we don't funny I tell the story all the time about how the family things you're rich when you put out a book and like the Christmas list gets bigger but I don't next them harm for five thousand dollars and re publish it for one reason and one reason only it's because I think we deserve the answers and somebody who is standing at ground zero you know I was in please bureau chief for nine eleven I had a front page that day on the New York Daily News it was burning all of lower Manhattan it's a day I will never forget I lost a lot of friends among the three hundred and forty three firefighters and twenty three and might be detox and thirty seven Port Authority police officers in the in the hundreds more that have died of the droga illness which nobody ever talks about even as we talk about clone of ours you know I think that we are deserving of answers to this day he be there people tend to give all the still haven't been brought to justice there are still how would classified records about the Saudi connection to nine eleven and I feel like we keep I actually read the nine eleven commission report and if anyone else reddit or anybody in Congress read it or any of our lawmakers took it seriously the marathon bombing whenever it happens and I think that we are deserving of the real answer is there are some very glaring questions that you and I talked about before number one the government said in court records they said during the night trial that they don't believe the brothers built the bombs they don't have any physical evidence linking them to the building of the bombs which raises the immediate question then who the hell did it and why are we looking for that person and then you turn to Topsfield Massachusetts fifty five days after the Boston Marathon bombing and you find out about this wacky doodle named Daniel Morley who told his mother he had something he had to answer to god for his mother told the top feel PD that he was friends with him on the night of October when the police bomb squad Topsfield PD they do a great job securing the scene they got permission to search the home all the time the FBI showed up I know where nobody who called the feed which is a quote that one status as one other that night and next thing you know despite the fact that nearly every component to the pressure cooker bomb that was detonated seven years ago was found in the kids back from the FBI thinks and take over the case and where do anymore we now well the last time I saw that cute he was driving for the ride when his original charge was beating up his mother and her elderly computing how does that make sense have your guy that had all of that stuff and it's it's never prosecuted have you ever talked to him I tried to get Bruce gellerman his good friend of mine W. B. O. R. talk about unlikely alliances but it we found out where he was living in move in Massachusetts and we went there and he literally had one of the ride vehicles that we pay for a factor and he landed on a slow speed chase R. N. he wouldn't get out of the card wouldn't talk to us you know I went to the hospital it's in the box to see more I want to talk to a hospital where he was being assessed the two years because you know anybody who had any experience with the amount of mental illness and trying to get help for that two years in a mental institution no one can tell to pay for that again I'm Ali but I went in there and I asked him to have faith in the the big gambling you know how good a guy as a Guinea did you build the bombs anytime in smirked at me and turn around walk away let me here we need to build the bomb would depend upon what he's talking about the alarm he was not at all but you know how this goes it's critics of yours make fear rolling their rising they're going all there goes makes me again often some crazy conspiracy theory and make it much more out of it that is already there is this just conspiracy theory talk well I think you'll see you know my friend Jim Sullivan over the market just in the story and he asked me that same question there's not one thing and that book VV that's not annotated this is all court records this is all interview notes if the inspector general Horowitz report is the mass media report it is you know shouldn't through both of his child every single solitary day every single day my my routine is to wake up look at pacer if you have any new filings in his case we both know that this case is so expensive that they steal the cost that we have already paid for the first two trials and now the field the costs of his appeal I mean this is become a boondoggle and I think the world deserving of the answers I challenge anyone they can treat me right now any question that they have about the book and I will point you can go to my Facebook page you know I will point to the evidence I have the support any questions that you have and DB you know I have pictures of every single piece of evidence that was taken out again I'm always house I have him on the night of a file which you know Magnus are provided to people while ago talking about this inexplicable state department document that has camel and when he was sixteen years old come into the country and I had another completely different dude on the same identical document where the same identical shirts and the state department either the scanning failure but declined to explain how that giving failure might have happened there's just a lot of money of the questions that I think we deserving of those dancers the most important question I think is what you know you have an FBI agent who interviewed him on but I've been a whole family in twenty eleven after the Russians warned us that he was becoming radicalized you're telling me that that the I. agent just as a reporter you're telling me that the pension from out of town when in your heart you don't recognize the guy you really buy that the new book is called may have Michelle makes the our good friend is the author of if you like maximum arm you're gonna like may I'm one of the exits it Michelle is I looked you've never been
Bloomberg to make first debate appearance
"Scene and some colleges Chris Gayle Dearie says while Bloomberg will be the focus Bernie Sanders needs to avoid missteps after essentially winning Iowa and taking New Hampshire and not give people reasons not to vote for two others will try to keep up the momentum good you're in a club which are really need to at the very least avoid mistakes he says the pressures on the two who have been done as well as expected so far Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden I don't know if he's still a viable can actually win the nomination tufts university's Jeffrey Barry wonders if Biden's done thank you Morley wounded Sager may gunny Washington
City Officials Support Boston Chinatown Small Businesses Amid Coronavirus Fears
"Board mayor Walsh is launching a social media campaign encouraging people to share photos of themselves supporting small businesses in the Chinatown neighborhood city leaders are also hosting a brunch and China town this weekend and health officials have been visiting neighborhood centers this week to try and dispel misconceptions about contracting the coronavirus Chinatown restaurant own Brian Morley says local businesses welcome the efforts as visits to the area have dropped dramatically in recent weeks mainly because of concerns and fears about the corona
Boston: Campaign launches to support Chinatown amid virus fears
"Boston mayor Marty Walsh launching a social media campaign encouraging folks to share photos of themselves supporting small businesses in the Chinatown neighborhood city leaders also hosting a brunch this weekend in Chinatown health officials visiting neighborhood centers this week trying to dispel misconceptions about contracting the corona virus Chinatown restaurant owner Brian Morley says local businesses welcome these efforts as visits to the area have dropped dramatically over the past few weeks
"morley" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"There still are lighting to join us on being arrested. Getting more information, we'll be another data dump? Jack all city worries may be retaliation, perhaps a cyber attack or some hack glitches. You know? There are things to consider. Now this happened. Also, I've been kind of feel a little an easy about how the president looked at this today. I mean, he was saying that they will look into it. But he said Wiki leaks is thing, although he was over -joyed. Wikileaks was giving out information that was really helping his campaign during the twenty six thousand election, which once again, you know, I what I look back at all the information that was dumped, and it certainly Julian Assange had a hand in it. It just had me questioning the whole Russian thing because I'm thinking wasn't it. Most information that kind of was released was actually from WikiLeaks and President Trump was really excited about it. Now, we have the arrest and kind of a weird stance on this. And I just worry about also have immediately to this. The media should be voicing their opinions about how a journalist like Julian Assange. As being maligned away. But of course, you know, it's only about journalistic integrity. I think when it comes to the resistance, otherwise, you know, it's something that we can just throw away and have him be tried in the court of public opinion. I wanted to get another opinion from a longtime Washington journalist, of course, Jefferson Morley has been on the program before he is an author investigator reporter, he's the founder and editor of new investigative blog called the deep state. He's a fellow the independent institute and Morley knows the secrets of the US government like few others. He also the editor of JFK fax blog JFK, assassination and Morley is the author of three books about the CIA Jefferson. It's so good to have you on the program tonight. It's been a while CLYDE, you bet so who better to talk with than someone who has made it a point investigate the deep state. And this seems like a real deep state maneuver on the part of Julian Assange when you look at the fact that they are not going to try him, or at least they're not bringing them in on charges of what he's done as far as releasing documents. They're getting on. A hacking charge. Yeah. I mean, it's actually not not even hacking. It was an attempt to to crack a pass code on of defense department computers, which apparently was not successful. And it's not even clear that this happened before he got access to the files that that Brad that Chelsea then Brad manning gave him. So you know, what we see here is. I think there's a lot of lawyering going on. This is not a strong or serious charge. It does not. Bear on the allegation, which I would say is an unproven allegation that Assange acted in concert with Russian Russian intelligence actors. It's really on on a much smaller alleged violation which has been in the public record for a long time. It's not news. I that's the thing that really bothered me. The news we heard about this. There is news here in that. They filed the charges. I mean, what's new is? The Obama administration looked at this exact same set of facts, the Obama Justice department, right? This exact same set of facts decided not to prosecute because they felt that there were so many freedom of the press publications that they didn't wanna get into. So the Trump Justice department has reversed that determination. That's what's new here and decided that they are going to prosecute Assange. Now why he was forced out of the embassy and how he wore out his welcome with Ecuadorans. That's another question. You know, he's a difficult personality, and it could have happened a lot of different ways. So that's another thing that we're going to learn about, but clearly the US now wants him and President Trump's reaction. It's not my thing. I mean, the president has been all over on the issue, you know, in two thousand ten WikiLeaks first happened when they first. Released this very damaging video of US helicopter, gunships slaughtering people in civilians in Iraq. And countless other secrets, you know, Trump said that it was disgraceful. And maybe there she should get the death penalty. Then during the campaign when assigned was feeding the Trump campaign damaging information about the DNC and Hillary Clinton. Trump was over the moon and he loved the group. And now he says it's not as thing he doesn't know about it. So you know, his opinion is going to change based on what's helping him. And I'm not sure that he knew that this was going to happen. You know, sometimes he's not that attentive to detail. So we also have to see you know, what what what is the position of the president. Does he not like WikiLeaks or does he like it? And this depends on you know, because he deferred to Bill bar as he deferred to the secret agencies or does he try override them? I don't think we know what's going to happen. I think we can count on Trump doing what's in Trump's interest. But you know, how he sees this? That's something we're gonna learn soon. Does find the timing to be interesting because not only did I wake up this morning hearing, Donald Trump drop the coup word, but he also was talking about treason number things that he was throwing about and then of course, year about what bar is saying about the investigations into possible spying? Going on. And it just seems to me that maybe this would be an opportunity to arrest him. Because of the fact that you know, Sanchez information that could be damning, and again, you know, we have to look at the possibility that he made a statement that if he was ever killed or caught. There would be an amazing dump of information that would implicate everybody. Yeah. I mean, he's made that threat. Whether that's whether that's true or not remains to be determined. But yes, I mean, we this is happening in a mere crisis atmosphere. I mean, you know, this talk of the president saying there was an attempted coup against him. That's that's unprecedented. No, no, no, American president has ever talk that way or perceive that kind of threat, especially not from a an investigation led by a former FBI director and supported by a dozen top lawyers. The president has defenders have turned this into a witch hunt. But since we don't have the special prosecutor's port. We're not really in a position to say. You know, what happened? So we're still waiting around to find out what happened in the middle of that. We get this decision by the Justice department to pursue. This very controversial matter seems like the ministrations throwing up a lot of flack, you know. And. A creating a, you know, a high stakes situation by using these words like coup and treason, and you know, WikiLeaks, and so we're in a crazy time. Yes, it certainly seems to be like everything is cavalcade of circus again. And we wonder how it's going to go. I was reading about how there is research that the state of of Europe. And if Julian Assange is brought to the United States, there's worry that he could be tortured and eventually executed, and I just thought it was weird that, you know, here we are supposed to be this country that supposed to believe in freedom of speech freedom of the press. We are all this talk about it from many of the major networks, but then when it comes to Julian Assange, it, it's it's a different story altogether. Is it just because of the fact these guerrilla journalists, I guess you call them guerrilla journalists, not independent journalist. Yeah. I mean, you know, the material that Assange release was extremely embarrassing and damaging to the secret agencies of the US government. I mean documented warcry, you know, I mean, and so it wasn't just a baris- potentially dangerous to them. So they want to shut him down. Totally. That's you know, and I think that some journalists in Washington have bought into that mindset that you know, what he did was unconscionable. Now, he's actions are open to criticism. He was not careful to remove names or personally permission from the stuff that that that he removed that he that he released but the the hatred that he that he inspires is not only among the secret. But also lied spread. Although by no means universal in the Washington press corps. And I think you. Are seeing now. Fair number of journalists news organizations and many civil liberties civil rights digital rights of online advocacy groups saying that the prosecution of Sanju real threat to freedom of to the freedom of the press. So. You know that too is going to be part of what of what shapes. This is the the atmosphere that that will surround the legal proceedings about Assange. And I think you're gonna have a very fierce debate about just how bad the danger is.
Six coolest music meets tech products from NAMM
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. I just came back from the Namm show in Anaheim, as I do every January nam is the intersection of music meets technology, the latest guitars and other things that of course, get a musician like me really excited, and I can get you excited by telling you about six of the coolest gadgets that I saw I'm Jefferson Graham, you're listening to talking tech. And we gotta start with this foldable deter, this is a Qatari that actually bends in half. So that you can take it with you. When you're on the road. It's from a company called Kiara, and it's called the sender. And he really does fold in half. So that you could fit it underneath your seat on an airline or in the overhead compartment, but it's not cheap. It's three thousand dollars and you'll have to retune the guitar every time you bend it. But fun now how about the key tar the keytar is a new instrument that Yamaha introduced a portable electric keyboard? That kids can wear like ATar, and they can put it around their necks, and they can jump around their living room rocky out even if they don't know how to play at sort of their the rock band a mentality. So Yamaha has an app, and it will analyze your music library on your phone. And then offer suggestions songs that you should play along with and it's working out a system. So that even if you don't know how to play anything you play on the piano as you play along with the songs will be in tune. So if the songs in C and you play a sharper beef latte or an e flat or whatever it's in the right key. You can also play the piano as a regular piano. The keyboard sell for two hundred ninety nine dollars when it chips in February another idea of bringing more music to kids and making them enjoy themselves. So you're sitting there and you're practicing Joe Ramey on the piano or on the violin. And you wish you had somebody to jam with. Automated reality. Here we go. It's a new music app called music dot I love and you beam in the cartoon character to play along with you it, that's that's what you do in a are and the apps free. But of course, you'll be buying the cartoon characters and songs how about a musical glove is called the Kaikaku it connects to a smartphone or tablet via bluetooth, and it can be used to make drumming sounds. You just hit the buttons on the glove. And then you're making beats check by USA today article on nam and you'll see a video clip demonstrating. I also saw some rings do the same thing you basically put these rings on and they connect to an app in the smartphone. And you can start making beats from your ring. There's lot cheaper sixty five dollars from a company called spectrums. And how 'bout in acoustic electric hybrid guitar now? Everybody knows the classic acoustic guitar that folk singers and. Country artists have been playing all these years. I play on acoustic classical guitar players play on acoustic. And so you tar legend. Fender has taken a acoustic guitar and transformed it into an acoustic slash electric hybrid. So you start playing normally, and then you can connect it to an amp and you'll be playing electrified acoustic. But then if you wanna really rock out like Bruce Springsteen, Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones who both played telecasters. You can get all the hard rock sounds on this guitar, and the beauty is that if somebody would want to do this before and they're in a band they'd have to switch guitars in the middle of a song. Now, they don't have to. It'll only cost you two thousand dollars. And for the weirdest thing that I saw nam the world's most expensive guitar strap one point two million dollars with forty carats diamonds, sapphires rubies and emeralds set into eighteen carat gold. It's a conversation star. Order created by an artist named Colin Byrne of Morley Australia who set out to make what he calls the world's most beautiful guitar strap his hope is that he will sell it to an art collector or someone who just loves rock and roll, I'm Jefferson Graham, and you know, what it was cool to look at. But I'm going to stick with the five dollars charge that maybe I'll spring for twenty bucks. Now, you've been listening to talking tech police at scribe the show wherever you find great podcast, please rate and review us and thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com. 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"morley" Discussed on Here & Now
"Department store on Morley avenue, it's a little block of low cost shops where we're standing now in the seventies. This was literally the most expensive real estate in the state of Zona the rents here were higher than the rents in Scottsdale. And that was because all the Mexican nationals overcoming over here and shopping, but breaker gave up on the business a few years ago. He says customs restrictions after nine eleven slowly choked off the flow of customers. I mean, you had in two thousand seven you had seven and a half million people walking across the board. Her into downtown Nogales every year. What was that? Like that was if you're a business person, it was phenomenal business was good for you. And your family was very good for our family. You made a reference to Scottsdale, which is a fancy glitzy suburb of Phoenix, no offense to Morley. Evan you. Now, it doesn't look like that at all not even close. No, it's it's these are the hard times on Morley avenue right now, the government shutdown doesn't make things any easier than Nogales border patrol station is the second largest in the US agents and customs officers are working, but they're not getting paid. I drove about a mile up the road from the fence to take a break at until heat. Those many Konno's a little restaurant known for its traditional soup. This was lucky just finding you here eating lunch. And I just happened to run into the mayor of no Ballas democrat are tutto goading o- on the menu. This This is is thing. wanting us. It's a Meatball soup. It's great. I mean, you couldn't do better than this. You made it at home, actually, what I was thinking along ways from Washington sitting here in this restaurant is what's your opinion of what in the world is going on there of Jesus Christ? As something of all that. I wish I knew Guerrino says it's time for politicians to figure out this mess and make a deal that will reopen the government. I asked him how the president's pitch was going over and no Gallas five point seven billion dollars for a wall in exchange for temporary protections for some immigrants. We've had a border wall here for twenty years. Right. Maybe they should come to know Gallas and look at the real border wall. You know, we've had one before anybody started talking about it. If you were to give six billion dollars. You would tell homeland security customs of water protection border patrol and says here, here's six billion dollars you use it the way you want to. I can almost bet that they would. Oh by hiring, more personnel. They will go by make probably having more access roads to the border because with that the polygraph. He doesn't help you know. And then probably at the very end they will say, okay, we do need barriers. We do need walls because there's a lot of areas that are there's gaps on past trips to the border. I've met with supporters of Trump's wall who want to see those gaps closed in two thousand sixteen rancher. Here told me that drug smugglers cut through his property in tear down his fences just this week. Arizona Republican Senator Martha mcsally made her own trip to a spot near Yuma where three hundred seventy six people breached the fence and presented themselves to border agents for asylum. Were they? And then started starting to heading north north of crossing illegally into the country, the border patrol can't see on the other side. This is one reason why we play some barriers are helpful where the Ballard if you listen to what people from both sides of the political spectrum are saying here in Arizona. You might notice new ones that you don't often here in Washington. Many Republicans acknowledge it takes more than a wall to secure the border, and many Democrats agree that in some cases, a wall makes sense including Bruce bracket county, supervisor I met on Morley avenue. Can we take a little walk to the fence? Because no gals is a very interesting place. It's a really hilly place. Right. I mean, so we're right near a foot crossing into Mexico. But if we walk what is this to the east just a little bit? We're going to see this steel flat fence, we call it. The Ballard fence Gabby giffords helped secure the funding for that. She worked with congressman Grijalva. And Democrats, by the way to Democrats..
See if Youre a Covert Narcissist, Michelson-Morley Experiment
"Make you mad get ready for a statistics lesson. I'm getting ready for angry emails. Yeah. I was hesitant to even run this story on the podcast. But people love reading about it. The thing is that when this was originally published it was answered. By one of the smartest women in mathematics in the entire world. And she got like ten thousand letters of hate mail about her answer yet. It's a frustrating problem. But I promise you, but we're reporting his right. Absolutely. You can check other sources. It is true. So Monty hall was the host of a game show called. Let's make a deal from nineteen sixty three to nineteen Eighty-six. And here is how the Monty hall problem goes Monty hall presents you with three doors one. He says has a car behind it, which you'll win if you pick it the other two doors are hiding live goats, which means you win nothing. Monty hall ask you to pick a door. Let's say you go with door number one. He doesn't open that door yet though. Instead he opens door number three to reveal a goat. So you know that between door number one which you picked and door number two, which you didn't one has a car and the other one has a goat. Now, you get the chance to either stick with your choice of. Door or switch to door number two. Should you? Switch the seemingly obvious answer. Is that it doesn't matter? You've got a fifty fifty shot at winning the car either way. The correct answer though, is that you should absolutely switch. The key to this puzzle is to realize that it's not truly random Monty hall knows which door contains the car, and he's not going to open it until the end of the game. They give it this way before you choose a door. There's a one out of three chance that any one of them contains the car, but once you choose door number one and Monty hall opens door number three to reveal that it doesn't contain the car door number two's chances shoot up to two thirds. Remember, there's probably something special about door number two. That led him not to open it. Here's a different way to break it down so three things could happen. If you choose to our number one if the car is endure number one and he switched to door number two. Then you lose if the car is endure number two and you switch to door number two. Then you win sort of those two options you win one. You lose one right now. Here's the third option. Let's say the car is endure number three and Monty hall opens door number two to reveal a goat. Now in this case if you switch to door number three, then you win so overall switching wins you the car two out of three