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Phoebe Waller-Bridge Joins New 'Indiana Jones' Movie
"Any engines. Five has hired an actor to join the movie cast. And it's someone. I'm i'm very very excited about it. Is phoebe waller bridge. you're unfamiliar with. She wrote created and starred in fleabag. She also wrote the new james bond movie. That's coming out. And she is going to write and star in the new. Mr and mrs smith with donald glover. She's a she's incredible person. She's going to be joining the cast of indiana jones. Five for obviously. We don't know anything about the roles of the pot or anything like that except that harrison ford will be returning as jones. Because he's i'm indiana
Donald Glover jumps to Amazon from FX in eight-figure deal
"Time for the propel insurance business Update. Actor writer and rapper Donald Glover has agreed to a multiyear, eight figure production deal with Amazon exiting a deal with Disney owned FX. Deal reportedly includes a content channel on the Amazon prime video hub that will highlight Glover's work as well as curated selections. Thea Amazon deal reportedly won't affect his work on the FX series Atlanta, which is set for two more seasons. Last week Clever announced he was making a Mr and Mrs Smith serious with
How a 22 Year-Old Company Pivoted During COVID
"Meredith. Welcome to the show. Great lakes wrap very. So how are you doing during covid six months and i can't believe we're six months in. I was saying just six months ago. Oh probably over next month right right. Now we're doing good have left the house really We did mu so. That was a little bit stressful. But all good so tell us about. The salesforce is small and medium business trends report. Why do you do this. And what can we learn from it. Sure we'll be. We just have published our fourth edition of the smb transport where we surveyed twenty three hundred global smb leaders and we actually got a really unique experience this time around because we published one back in march and the pandemic hat. And we're like we got we got. We gotta redo this. We want to get before and after so we just did another survey in august so we have a really interesting perspective of kind of before. And after i wouldn't say after i say now we're not quite after yet right. I guess that's wishful thinking right But during i think you know we're we didn't publish it on salesforce dot com slash. Fm be trends but he wants to see the details but you touches on things like how the pandemic racial injustice have affected motivation. What challenges and gold are happening with. Smb leaders how demographics shape the entrepreneurial experience in the outlook You know the role of digital transformation and driving resiliency in small businesses and really how small business leaders are planning to recover and to grow from that. They're really seven insights that stood out to me the first and not surprising we asked what are the top areas of focus during co bit in back in august sixty. Four percent of our smb leaders said safety and sanitation policies. Like i'm thankful for that to too as consumer next was fifty. Nine percent of leader said local public health mandates contact with service a out of physical space. That's top of mind You know second because we have the before an effort after that. Continue to be challenges. That didn't really change Keeping up with demand Forty seven percent ranked it very high in march forty six said the same in in august providing quality products still challenge on still one of their top challenges. Smb leaders but what was new and what really became more difficult for these three things which was bringing innovative products to market. You see a lot of companies have done so much to the word pivot now is being overused. But you see you know that the stock company now making ppe Howard folks getting innovative in delivering services to homes right versus navy in person You've seen i've seen in san francisco restaurants pairing up with the wine shop and delivering date. Night meals But really getting creative on the market but another area that was personalized customer engagement. I think it's become more important To engage with your customers and that's it became more difficult. You know something. Many small business owners had it really thought about the personalization and then third was the connected experienced How do i stay connected during these times. The thirteen that came out to me. Was you know we we ask. Vod survey respondents. Are you a growing business or you. Can you know Growing meaning our or your revenues growing Those are are growing. Were actually much more likely to offer flexibility to things like payment policies return policy maybe giving extended payment terms instead of paying. You know in thirty days you can pay forty five days but this really highlighted the importance of prioritizing developing a relationship versus a one time transaction about all the time and i think even more so in the last six months has been loyalty right. Returning customers You know the more flexible you are with these customers. Warned loyalty recreate. You create an honest. That's your recurring revenue. Are you wanna find your recurring revenue. The fourth thing. That really came out before you go on. I just want to discuss a couple of elements. Because i don't wanna lose them very important threads. You talked about the personalization of the customer gauge being so important. And we've seen that for a long time. Ever since burger king said you know you can have it your way people want a personalized one on one experience but it really is becoming much more difficult because on one hand you have the personalized experience on the other hand. You have contactless delivery right. So what do you think. Some of the best ways are for small business owners to actually keep that personalized connection with their customers at time. When they're not supposed to be contact lists right. You know i get about knowing who your customer is. And this is where i think. Technology actually can play a huge part. It's a huge advantage to small businesses. There's technology out there. Of course we've got some. But i think there's lots of great companies it's not affordable and it's easy to use but a great crm tool which is customer relationship and a lot of opposites. Don't go searching for a crm. They're like how do i talk to my customers. How do i connect. This is about putting the customer in the center of everything you do. And you want to get off spreadsheet or off the piece of paper and you know you as the owner of the business may know mrs smith very well. She has two dogs. she likes to be. She likes the color red She lied roses but you may not know her as well. When that person carl's intimate make an order. Wouldn't it be great if all your employees knew everything about that. Customer data is about personalization when fact that together and share that data with your company right so we call it just force. We call it the three hundred sixty degree view of the customer. We wanna know their likes their preferences their orders. What business have they done with us. What have they done the past. So you really have that personalized Interaction no matter who they're talking to when they call you or when they email you. Or when nate tweet you get. We're seeing growing channels is also about the personalization and it sounds like channel so many channels out there now. We don't just walk into a store. We can't really walk into a store. So you gotta be listening everywhere and meeting your customer where they're out
"mrs smith" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"To remind everybody that it's too late to mail your ballot and because of the ruling that was made so you can Tomorrow. Drop off your ballot at your election officer. Other designated drop site. Go voting person, basically. And it's you, Khun Registered vote on Election Day in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Quite a few states so excellent. Just Ah, you know Wanted to remind everybody that not that anyone is forgetting with the blitz of average guys. Oh, my God on my guys in TV, right? No kidding. Okay, so we're talking about if it Johnny Depp. If it weren't for Johnny Depp, maybe this couple might still be together. Originally in Mr Mrs Smith. Johnny Depp was the Who play In the role of Mr Smith, and it was a toss up between quote Kidman and Angelina Jolie. Then Johnny Depp drops out. Why did he drop out? Do we know he probably wasn't connecting with the character? I don't see an Angelina then went on to do the tourist, which they couldn't stand each other in no and You know, I mean, remember, it's Brad and Jen were a couple that in their wedding vows they had they had the million dollar wedding, and she promised to make him a banana smoothie every day, and he promised to split the thermometer thermometer sat with her, and that was a raccoon in the house. There's a thermometer stats there, Mama says. It's a combination of a stat. I like the new word, Lord. All right, anyway, so he Johnny Depp, just for whatever reason wasn't feeling that movie They cast spreads. Brad Pig. Nicole Kidman and Brad do not have good chemistry, then incomes Angelina and the rest is history, and the rest is history, and they both had failed marriages. Then Brad and Jen Can with Justin Thoreau. Yeah, essentially, Yeah. I mean, basically, Justin Thoreau wanted to just live in New York and go on vacation with Jen and have a nice house to stay in Bel Air. Which he never really They never really lived together. He liked the East Coast and she's a California gray. Will you work at a marriage? Kind of like that? Well, you never really lived in the same town. Oh, that's true for a whole year, right? It was perfect. And that's why I was going to say probably why the marriage lasted a year and a half. Because in some people, you know the long distance thing works, but yeah, no, but I mean, you know, we're not that that was just I always felt like Justin Thoreau kind of He did. He did not have true intentions can be used for one for Johnny Depp. Maybe those two would still be together. And as faras Hugh Grant is concerned, you know, he's still giving interviews for the undoing An HBO in cold Kidman and himself. And Are you liking that good? Really? Yeah. It's just, you know. Hi. Hi. Acting soap. Oh, okay. That's what it is that big little A's. That's what we loved about I parade. But he said if Notting Hill. If that was a real story, she'd be a girl standing in front of a divorce attorney getting a very, very ugly divorce after 20 years. He's not a romantic guy. He isn't and I don't not like him. Speaking out about all these romcom because he's so delicious and them I'm like, save all that stuff We don't need to know. Yeah, yeah, so anyway and then Oh, jeez. Here we made. We'll talk about it came out yesterday. Don't ask me why. On a Sunday Gwyneth Paltrow rose annual group Holiday Gift Guide has its raising eyebrows once again because it is a curated collection of bizarre Overprice merchandise. Well, that's what Neiman Marcus has done for years. But Neiman Marcus and Group do not put those in the same but mouth in the same breath, Julia Bracco. Do you like gift guides? I mean, did you do like like this? Bruno, look for the Tory gift Guider in it, And I don't think so. That seems like last generation. Okay, That's ours already Remember thinking through the J. C. Penney, Sears catalogs on Grandpa. So when toys arrests would put out a catalogue? Oh, they're huge. Those things were human. You Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, Huge Anyway, there's a men's gift guide on the group page. I'll be there for the next few minutes. Oh, yeah. Let me give you a couple ideas of things that I found that I think are kind of No, no, no, no. You better be the lamp made out of bread. The special big to store my watermelons and the speaker to listen to your plants. No, but I was there all on. I didn't see those two. Here was the one that I thought really Body balancing naval therapy oil. This exquisite Adriatic. Something dramatic. Yeah. Oreo blend is designed to be massaged in and around the belly button or girls can't stand for anyone to put There anything and I don't know that I'm Valley button. You don't need oil around your belly bone. Not that which does that go for? That is $45 a week. Okay, Now this smells like my Vagit roll on. 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"mrs smith" Discussed on WBAI
"But it is the kind of debate that distracts people. That's the irony of it from the fact that it's the system. That's the problem. We're supposed to prefer, Mr Biden give them for $500, rather than Mr Trump will give unemployed people 300. This is an absurd discussion because they never should have been put unemployed in the first place, just as the Europeans refused to do so. It's kind of distracting everybody into a detail to try to save the system. Probably justified anger of the mass of people that they're treated this way in the first place. But yet the banks and corporations have been getting relief behind the back. You mean, this is a terribly important thing, Linda, that you bring up Give me a moment to explain one third of all mortgages in the United States right now, as I'm speaking One third of all mortgages are owned by the Federal Reserve. That's a government agency in this country. It's our central bank. Mr and Mrs Smith go to the corner bank to borrow money to buy a home and they get a mortgage. That bank immediately cells that more minutes after Mr and Mrs Smith and signed it. That bank sells it to the Federal Reserve and get money for it, You know, owns the mortgage. You know, the real lender is for one third of all American houses. It's the government. Government is the creditor. The government is pumping the money in that makes it possible for people to borrow and by doing that drops the interest rates so that people can afford very possibility of buying a home. We don't have a private housing economy in this country. We have a publicly funded one. There's a massive program of welfare for homeowners, giving a second example. The Federal Reserve is now buying corporate bonds. By the billions. What does that mean? Any company in America that guarding a problem? It produced something that nobody wants. Its technology is outmoded. Its workers are angry and demanding higher wages. How does it solve this problem? Quickest, easiest, cheapest way right now is to go to the Federal Reserve go to the government borrow limitless amounts of money at an interest rate barely above zero. Shape free or nearly free money, and every corporation in the country is doing it, you know, was lending them the money Federal reserve the government, so he is a simple way to understand it. The private capitalists center of this economy is now receiving government welfare. It's receiving lame or welfare than a single mom with three kids ever got. And that's why you don't hear the usual conservative noise against welfare hopes because the welfare now is the capitalist system, the welfare recipient. It's all on government life support, and that's another sign of a system falling apart. This is listeners sponsor W B. A. I in New York. You're listening to Professor Rick Wolf. We're talking about his new book. His new book is called the Sickness in the system. Called the sickness in the system. And then there's a colon. What's the rest of the title professor? The rest of the title is when capitalism fails to save us from pandemics or itself. And the number to call to become a member of WGA. It's 5166203602. Thank you, those of you who are calling in and we're going to take some listener phone calls right now, Tio if you want to speak to Professor Wolfe, and I know we do have some callers waiting so w NBA. You're on the air. Hello? Hi. My name is a saw from Holland, Ohio. Two questions. I would like the eggs for the war. First of all, it's an honor and pleasure. Actually. Ah, address the question to him, And the question is The Republican Party. And then Fighting each other. To Barney more corny, but it's like when we were killed, Heads, you win and moves. No matter which party you were going to lose that The band. Thank you. Very rudely believed. Changes in this country Elementary change It's going to be in on our maiden commentary. Something that thanks for calling in Assad. Professor. Yes. Let me respond in two parts to the question. To thank Assad for his kind words about, uh, about my work. I appreciate them enormously. Um and I I don't want in any way by jumping into the substance of his question not to acknowledge. His kind words OK, having said that? I could not agree more. I think that the Republican and Democratic parties are now, uh and probably have been for quite a while, Um people gathered together who support the reproduction of capitalism? That's what they do. They don't agree exactly on how to do it on exactly what kind of capitalism They want to see established. The Republicans are generally more pro business and they're more comfortable with a harsher kind of capitalism. And the Democrats are a little bit interested in a softer kind. At least domestically. They are almost identical when it comes to foreign policies. So yes, these are parties. That had long ago become dependent on the donations of corporations and the rich, most big corporations. If you look closely give money to both parties, they're covering their bets. They know that it really doesn't matter for them. Which party gets in a long they've given money to both of them. They will have their interests served. What That means is that the mass of people don't have a political party that those who are victims of capitalism had no place to go to express the fact that they would like to be Served by a system that was different. That wasn't geared to reproducing capitalism to saving the capitalist first and let everybody else you know, struggle on their own What we don't have in the United States. What political parties that are committed to a different system where you could vote for them and get a different system that they've working people the priority rather than capitalists. That gave the solution of problems like systemic racism of the sergeant. We suffer from the news from T make those the priority problems and really addressed them for the first time guaranteed people, the income the job, the education that would make it possible for us to really have equality and freedom. We need a political party that does that. I don't see it in the Democrats or the Republicans. They don't look willing to go in that direction. There are some Democrats who do so maybe the way it'll happen this country, which is what happened in other countries. Is that a new political party emerges The old Democratic Party splits and part of it joins with no one and then you have a really alternative if I could be..
"mrs smith" Discussed on Clarissa K Explains It All
"She seek walkways? Or that. Together when a need to. season. We can be harder to connect in face of what's needed occasional. Is really good to have an incentive to get seek pieces and then bring about to relationship with see. Don. Solution ahead. So Why? Citing technique, amend the way translation places just like any able off the live. And we get to have a really good on stanton. Selection on our own relationships. And what we soon, what we would do differently. And just can't on Sunday. This. Is what he says. He into gallon for very long time. Will. Changing individually woven emotionally. As individuals still in a union. Exists as. Hajime nation that you always filled. Have to be open enough each other to seek about these things. This is something seems. To produce lawful onto. Oh Thank you so much. Joining me. Even getting insane if you. AND CONNECT TO VIVA LA document tubes we share faces that she can't. Until Midst Phone Kim..
"mrs smith" Discussed on Clarissa K Explains It All
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"mrs smith" Discussed on Clarissa K Explains It All
"We definitely. Arms So let's just say that. was. A. Good guy this good he's using all of these. You know he has full seen. Any has it much more. Deeper than law people. So. That have a part to play in the intimacy of the relationship privacy of relationships say the containment so than Elemental freeness the him in that sense in that containment. Now. Take in a deeper dive into their relationship and the. Juicy contention relationship. Beverly ship a modest face in this slide. Is Seven to be continuation of lives. This tally fill they feel like it's just a sly is a threat. Sexual Fred. Is guiding down. Life. Day to like. The. PAWSOX, they're slowly. They will go to get will they came get a made scale how? They generally fill. The slurry. Where they have continued this. Lear. Dawn Sir Isabel Finance and out there who t? Felt the way they. Chapel Westlife. or include. Select. There was a knife way she was the queen she was the one that was the full tron and she's one that had been rains are involved they demane. And he was the trusted partner attack top one that word may show that she. In a situation she had the. Freedom to. Her ideas. Be whoever she's in that moment. Story of relationship is that in this life? He. Is the forefront he's accused on she is he's guarded trusted. Qua-. Or Queen ship still remains. He sees her as his queen. As she is he's Queen. Also. Alone he is more for will. He so we. Still treats like that. She still fills swaying so. Is. The main watts. He protects that space that they're in. This maze outs. In a relationship. When feels? He feels like King. We says, house, speaker himself fills. So, just take a quick look into the conflict eras. Specifically to look at position. Both them malls. In wills. Charles. Has. Set with. A few areas, the Jada specifically within the air intimacy. and. In her infancy concept of intimacy needs stimulation in these, not just a physical Sudanese a mental simulation is very quick in sinking. changeability. Because in Germany needs. At Queston. Edification Wisconsin you'd mental food. This concept's. Can create a challenge within will. Things up. That creates a social. Tension for him. Then will say jade is malls has to. Made. HAMELS had a slight castle suit. Emotion point. She can place logic. In, Marshall Space which makes complete sense. But as will is point of view the emotional pots. Sometimes. Even here. I can't hit why now let's say we are not only here. and. He may be agreeable. down. is is touching old wind. Will especially has such a deep. Emotion. Way He sales is bottomless. Is just so beat. It so beautiful about their relationship with the. Call. Shovel. Shades. Jen Do. Miss. All. We should choose any intention. They phillies comic experiences where it's almost like a like. And then they have to. Navigate in new states they keep creating. Moten do in this situation up while we in this situation through jumble. How you feel about how we evolve emotion for things experience Is. About Linda for seconds. You May Minna in ancient fully. Is supposed..
"mrs smith" Discussed on Clarissa K Explains It All
"mrs smith" Discussed on Clarissa K Explains It All
"And welcome. I'm Chrissa and thank you for joining me in this space where this week we are going to be looking into and nothing nation, ship and language. Of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith. is so interested. So interesting. Some we can. Speed for. For astronauts of view. That Looking at them on an individual basis as well as their relationship. And because it's astrological, we looking at the symbolism off place And how lose cymbals energetically wet food their archetypes. Build a relationship together and then also. The symbolism within actual relationship. So we all have on talked. and. Then whatever we create misled also has his own energetic intention. So the relationship that they have to get them, they are the ones that can create the end relationship because use them to. I'm ANA. Intentional relationships lost to build his own momentum. And Sets the ground for the future. So we'll be looking at all these different elements. Incidence could be really interesting. Our Haveli deep look at the chart and somethings I just think. The level of intimacy is. Being. Respectful should be just kept winning in a relationship. With O deputies inside the can give you that we can also learn from. So. Let's begin. So the first thing that really sounds interesting. Thought that Scholz all that. Although data is the backer and will lead on. Jade has as much libra in touch out. As will has. In his job. Way You look at it from a symbolic point year he see how was to control actually win in June costly made for each other. So, there are some cases. Jd will be more. Lebron. And will more. than. Again. You have. Mobile characteristics okay. And this can play out differently depending on what they do in how they live just meets as really interesting. Will in no relationship? Is. More of the full miss. Out of the two, he would be the one who does let INSIGNIF- insignificance. Like when? Tradition is. He knows how point of view about how things should be. And Jada is the one here is mall for for woken. Mall. Future thinking. Outside of the full seeking. And she get. That creates this. Teaching thinking dynamic structure. And Then beliefs together. Creed anytime knee. Belief. Relationship. Entirely new belief about. Why. Should be followed? She'd be how relationship should be home marriage should be bay have created. There are rules to this situation. Life that belief sand. So strongly in relationship. And this is why it can seem as though their relationship with. Docs. because. Way On the outside looking in compared their relationship to the rules of relationships that we already know but there was completely different. So for us, it's like hall. that's a bit strange but to them, it's a complete language that they. Only, those two relation not they call recreate that the any joke that relationship with anybody else. Comes from both of them, what they put in. it would be good for them. Definitely. Give people an insight into the workings of the relationship or they are very Sikhtian relationship is very contained relationship. It is held in face that involves no. Emotion. Known. That's that's fine. Same relationship. If it wasn't for the people on the outside, the relationship, I feel like it would be very she's The only thing when I look at CIA and as a nation on the only thing that really will problematic for their relationship is because performers suppose above us and how. Blue. Force in the Gossett. Have a way of trying to gain from. because creative. And that's really a problem that they could be fine in their relationship. Will find. Their relationship is a very comic relationship is cease in turn says. What we experienced is more than just a slight. Experience in now, his follow on from what has been. And and. So the Force and the gossip of ours bishop cost say the comic. Cycles is. They have to allow the forces in gossip some. To. At. Evenly, Chicago relationship they caught allow those this philosophy of a to break. On. On on that could be hard because. Action of. Force feelers is coming from with things are done for moving relationship. But also because they've never seen. So when it does come out, axe adds an extra since facial. Elements suit to face but in fast were on their relationship of mobilize the things that happening relationship wouldn't association lists but again, that's call. Relation and They all seem beers how they got to interact with the World Hamel Open today become a what their relationship. On Hamill transparent. Do they come? And versus the containable relationship. With, a little bit about Jada saw. And the concept of beliefs. And I literally love charts in terms. Needs. She is so. Striking as a personality. He has have believed is a wildly. It comes from a mobile space I think she's probably won't seen Kim Shadwick..
"mrs smith" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"I mean Cam when you go back to Cam Newton's comet. That's really it, isn't it? Replacement Tom, Brady. is going to be. An issue. So. We'll see. Britain farm candidates year. So. We'll see what happens Washington rea-. Scans are changing their name. Officially as the risk of dropping that name, no word of what they're renaming the team however. So. We'll see about that. In other news due to the NBA, quarantine bubble. Jr. Smith and Joe Lambie were complaining about the Quarantine Fu. Against R.. Smith wasn't really handling A. C. NBA bubble. See here. Mostly because they look back to fool you get on the airplane here here's article. The biggest headline from Disneyworld, NBA bubble have been about the quarantine meals player. I received mostly because they look like food. You get on an airplane. There's good news to them out. They get through this. However, we'll get to that. Let's start with more criticism the food upon arrival we'll begin with Joel embiid who criticize kindergarten so concerned about health and safety in Orlando and later flew to Florida in a full body suit. He has some jokes about how he was going to lose weight doing A. We had a we had over to JR, Smith, who joins the Los Angeles Lakers every night reunited with Lebron James Warner and S W language ahead Jerry back. So there's a video Jr. Smith posted in the food and He had a few explicit things to say about the food. This is also good time to remind that this won't be the food for the next few months there for USA. Today spoi-. Steph is they could have. Shown Levin.
"mrs smith" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"Single. That incident. Intake. August. pounders with. August. Folks that is hilarious. The name of the video is Jada Pinkett Smith and tag on that. Remix that's on Youtube There are also like a lot of responses from From comedians like? Last. I think the last show that I. Did we had a response from Comedian Bill Bellamy Orion Davis. Here's bills take on it. So breaking news breaking news. Will Jada. On Red Table. came out and basically had to confirm. What August I thin-. was talking, about. Now I got all kinds of things going on in my mind, and I'm just being I'm on my grown man right now on my grown man I'm on my bromance just. Be Straight up with your high feel about it from the heart of keeping it a buck which you can go. First and foremost at eight nine happens. Nobody ain't nobody business. What will they don't WanNa, do is on. You know what I'm saying. Let's keep it one thousand K.. Of all a real world in the real world, this new social media stuff. Personal business should be handled. Personally I'm just being right like. Only reason Willie jd in. My opinion had to go out and say that because. Arkansas. was talking. You know what I'm saying here. He exercises no discretion. This is why I gotta do. It'd be played part, too. Because y'all I hear in the streets. Reckless ain't. Nobody knows y'all know the southern gate in this game cope first of all the key word. Today is discretion. Slot of a lot of money. A lot of power in in you know y'all. Don't know the inside of the game. That's a lot of money. That's a lot of power. That's a brand right there like I said Willa Jade, and that's a two piece. That's that's two piece suit. No vest, no vest August are seen A. We not wearing best, this is sue is a piece. Instant Jackie On that other stuff don't matter. In my opinion. Me, I'm GonNa outside this like you. That should have been a discussion in a diner. That's the discussion you have any diner or in a car and usually be old car like a Cadillac. Eldorado you an old fager man, you know. Cutlass Supreme. Sydney quiet. You smoking cigarette. And you're looking at each other she here. You hear just discussing. A real moment like you'll boom, just being real which was going on. Talk to me. And you try to have a peaceful intelligent conversation which you late, right? Got Up in the midst of young. Heavyweight heavyweight heavyweight right there. You know say that's why we have new word of the day. Entanglement entanglement me is the budget shit got together that got out of control is wrapped all around. The crazy started this way. We left with writing cigar. Hit The wall. That's entangled. Aka Relationship Cool Bam book right. Now here's what offset. Another word of the day is called Pe-. If you wanted to, you know night about OPEC. Yeah, you know me. P is other people that means. Keyword is probably not yours. He no win naughty by nature. I can't believe they went naughty by nature. On Them But in a sense, he's right. I mean you know? When you play those games, there are rules to this game. He's now. There's another brother. Who has the best? Take on it. I want to hear this and I read some of his books. Mr Derek Jackson. And he has a totally. Totally different I want you to hear it is give it. Give me a few moments. Bear with me, but I want you to hear. What his brother has to say about the table talk..
Esther Terry Oral History Interview
"Her role in the planning and participating in the 1960. Lunch counter shouldn't protest in Greensboro, North Carolina when she was a student at Bennett College. She very reserved US president of Bennett College Thie interviews conducted by Joseph Martini, a of the Southern oral history program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I know. I think I think I know that your parents drove you to the college here in the fall of 57. Yes, they did. But what did you discover here and driving in at college? He was a big day for me. But for the whole community came from someplace, Justin, but I came Being supported by the whole community. They prayed for me a church. They gave me a few pennies here and there, I said, we didn't have a lot of money and had a little scholarship. I had taken the there and so I had done well enough to have in grandiose thousands money. And I was going to work a little bit. But there there was. There was always that. Let me give you a few pins. I came being born as a good wishes of the community. And off. We came to college. I'd never been to college before. I'd never been to greens for before, and I arrived here to have cells just swallowed up my parents and 1,000,000 all of us that a lot of parents and a lot of students. All being deposited by parents and was a lonely feeling when they said goodbye and left this fair, lonely about some people who you know, in short order, become persons who are important to you here on the campus back up. I met when I as my parents were getting me situated in my room, there was a woman who was bringing her daughter. There was a girl Roscoe Smith being deposited from West Virginia and her mom met my mom and they talked And vases, mother told my mom how they talked, and just only so much, And so the time I'll never know. But here's what got established in that that little while rises. Mother had other Children in college at the same time, and so she immediately knew. She told Razzle immediately. She wouldn't be coming home rods that his rise wouldn't be coming home. There was gonna be money to bring rising home except at Christmas time and in the summertime, my mom Told Mrs Smith that we lived a couple of hours up the road and they would be driving back to see me often and they become I could come home quite often. I could come home for Thanksgiving. I could come home with him, you know and advised could come home with me anytime. So Mrs Smith and Mrs Alexander's soda bonded that day, and they exchange Children. My mom became surrogate buys his mom and Guys. This mom became sort of my mom although it would take a long time before I got to West Virginia to me rises. Mother rise went home with me that very, very first break that we had, and she went home with me through all four years. My very best friend To this day this Ross and Smith. She is actually living in Greensboro. And so it's she retired here some 10 years ago from New York, where she had been working in social work, so she came back. She retired to green throughout that they want to come back to greens for Bennett have anything to do with it, But she came to things girl and then was when I took the job here. I was delighted she's here. So we are where we met. She was. I think I understand. She was really kind of a different part of casks in classrooms. Yes, she said. Sociology and political science. I was English. Tell me Aboutthe big name of student theater student fifties. Oh, my goodness. It was wonderful. It was when my English professor was Hoback, Jerry. Well, I had several, but Dr Jarret was me who taught me literature. Dr. Jared, what a wonderful man. What a brilliant man. All of all of my faculty where Dr Jarod was hard. He was tough. He exacted absolute perfection and and we were arrogant enough to think we could give it to him. You know that He really had us just charmed into thinking that we could write anything we could articulate in and we could debate anybody. But he was just a wonderful teacher and And he empowered us big deal but no nonsense. So I was very much engaged with him. He would walk on campus and say this, Alexander I I'm going to pick up a ball. What about the book? And I'd say literary history of the and he'd say Yes. You know, I mean, those little games. You know, Haywood, he was set to show off about health area that he wass and we reveled in it. He lost. It was a very handsome man and smoked a
The moment it all went wrong for Kodak
"Fall eighteen ninety two. Sarah Smith has been waiting for weeks to get her photographs back from the newly named Eastman the Kodak Company her husband saved up for months to buy her the camera in time for their daughter's wedding and she cannot wait to see the photographs. They took her daughter looked so beautiful. And she wants to relive that special day she takes out the packet of photos and a troubled expression crosses her face. This feels a lot thinner. A hundred photos. The mailman still standing in the doorway doesn't notice her expression take him out. I want to see what all the fuss is about. She slowly opens the packet. which only has a handful of photos? They're dark and blurry a note falls to the floor and the mailman picks it up and reads it aloud. Dear Mrs Smith. We're sorry to say there is a technical problem with our film. Your photos did not come out as intended. These accept our sincerest condolences and the refund refund of your processing fee. Sincerely George Eastman. The mailman sets down the note. Is Sarah fights back tears. I I'm really sorry Mrs Smith. I know we're looking forward to seeing those photos. The same thing happened to another family that I deliver mail to photos. came out exactly the same. Sarah looks up outraged really. Yep they got the same note and refund seems like maybe. The Kodak Company is having some troubles for their film. Sarah Shakes her head. This is worse than if we hadn't taken he can photographs at all. I Hate Kodak. Never WanNA use this horrible camera again. Mailman pats her on the arm sympathetically. All around the country consumers are having the same problem that surrogate their precious moments are lost forever and they're furious Eastman. Kodak Company is in serious trouble once again
Fat people are more than TWICE as likely to have overweight dogs because they feed their pet pooches fattening treats, study finds
"Just recently in the university Copenhagen looked at the body mass index of pet parents who had obese pets and it turned out that they also had a higher body mass index essentially when you put it as as if I could speak plainly what they found is that when it came to dogs were obese they also saw pet parents world peace as well this is Chad Allen Jing because it's something that I think a lot of it needs have encountered have been sensitive to and have read the band particularly sympathetic towards but it's still very challenging conversation and I wanted to ask you how you navigate that scenario if you are you know if your focus your attention is about the health of the Pat your seeing an obese Pat but then also you see the parents and they may not be in the picture of health as well due to obesity or being overweight yeah and and look this is something that we have been very vocal about for a long time and I'm gonna give you my opinion it may not be one that everybody wants to hear but yeah so this is old old research this goes back to a German study nearly twenty years ago the people with obesity or are they more likely to have a pet with obesity right and of course here's where first of all you have complete bias in your data set because Hey the majority of adults in Europe well I should say all European countries but so let's let's speak to US and Canada since that's where most of our listeners will be the majority of U. S. adults are overweight or have obesity so right there what does that tell you it doesn't tell you anything if the majority of people have that I mean you can do some clever statistical analysis and he's on certain things but the reality is if most of the people are already in this one cohort Yardi completely biased so I don't really see the value there right okay okay all you did was conclude that okay independently we know that there are more are are at least over a little over half of the dogs and cats are overweight or have a Beastie we know of similar types of of data supports human adults and even childhood now so I don't see where that mixes together the other thing I would caution veterinarians is we are not there we are not human physicians we're argument healthcare providers five hundred percent and by definition what you've just described is actually judging a client and we're this is where we get into stigma and bias because what we have to do as a veterinarian and I would argue this is what our human colleagues to do as well is we need to focus on the species that we are the expert and okay now I have some cross talk you know between my coaching and and personal training at like you right but I I don't go into the exam room and say well let's talk about your diet Mrs Smith you know I'm right I mean it's inappropriate and it is distracting so I really want us as a veterinary profession to to focus on our patients our responsibility first and foremost this is why we're doing a lot of research right now the association for police to prevention around weight bias and stigma because we think that what you've just described Courtney actually is happening and so these better into going into the room they're seeing a person who's suffering from obesity themselves and then they don't have the conversation for fear of inadvertently you know offending the client I mean I've written about this for almost twenty years and and this is a real this is friction this this tension that's created in every exam that has these factors at play and I think that as a profession we really have got to you we have to be able to set aside our judgment of the client we really have to go beyond blaming the client or blaming the Pat for this and say look here's what we've got right I mean like I I it kind of drives me crazy sometimes you a person that comes down to human doctor's office and they are diagnosed with prostate cancer typically the physician is going to say well did you eat a lot of process red meat you now well there you go can't do much for you of course we don't say that but yet if you apply that same methodology as a dog or cat comes in it's a hundred fifteen pounds golden retriever and we're looking at the owner who's three hundred fifty pounds of their suffering from obesity and we just say well you know I'm not gonna be able to help you guys because you obviously can't help yourself again we've got to do better this is a disease state we need better tools we need a better treatment again I just I wanna be careful of judging the pet owner in the situations in focus squarely on the patient that I am Abu it and license the tree which is the daughter the cap or the horse very well said I think if you approach almost every situation and that's what I try to do every every day whether you're talking about that'll be city or any sort of disease state if you place it had first what's the best for the Pat then everything I think falls into line at your conversations with that parents are your treatment goals your decision making your medical strategy if you place it what is best for the pack first I think everything seems to
"mrs smith" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"To say, well, I only went every six months to my last dentist. Why do I have to come back to route three times? Who are you guys? So by not starting the hygiene, getting all your information I then going back to them. And at the console that I like to say MRs Smith, the calculus builds up layers, and you've got multiple layers here. And my hygienics is going to need three visits to clean that away. And we also like to involve the hygienic and the treatment. Plans. So they'll put down how many visits and how much time they're going to need so that the hi Janice have a sense of ownership with the patient as well and that's part of our team philosophy. I mean they could just learn so much from meeting lean. I just think I'm I think they don't want to have a partner. I mean look at these DSO's, they only hear that their employees are going to quit every year too, because when you say, well, if you gave them stock in made them partner, well, they want all dock so, so when Wall Street wants to own the whole company with one CEO that they're both billionaires. They, they want everybody to be please, and what Rick and you're saying is that everyone has to have skin in the game. Did you got it? And, and by, by the way, when you let your I know you let your all over all over, you always know who the owner dentists, because they're sitting in the first three rows looking right area. You always know, associated because they're stood out their phone on Snapchat Instagram. They never have a question. And if you walk out from behind him you just on Facebook. So the person who has to pay the mortgage is taking notes and the employee was not taking notes. And that's another thing we've learned on income inequality. People who make ten to fifteen dollars an hour are motivated by bonuses, if they were motivated by money they would be making ten to fifteen dollars an hour, most operators. Just they want to just put all the incentives on the store operator the office manager. You know, the, the person in charge them, this outback location, right here that one guy's going to drive the whole thing, and splitting up all his money with the bartenders and all that stuff..
"mrs smith" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Affirmative action programs for universities for private schools for for the job market in what country that is constantly. Boasting wonderful diversity that is always dedicates a month to black street dedicates days to these great civil rights leaders, what that are constantly talking about this that just elected the first black president twice elected him twice in a row. How on earth is that country? Half full of just dirty rotten bigot, racists, how how is that more than half the country voted for Barack Obama more than how it so? How is that possible? It's obviously absurd but they're living in this fantasy and nowhere is this fantasy clearer than when you talk to really rich celebrity Democrats, this Jada Pinkett Smith who is will Smith's wife. She just did this program called the racial divide between women red table talk. What you don't watch it all the time. This isn't your regular view in you, go straight from the daily wire shows to go watch red table talk. I don't know she did this program was going around social media, and she talked about how much of all you talk about how much he doesn't like blonde white women that she just has a prejudice against them. I guess Kudo Stewart for being honest. She should rectify that prejudice because it isn't very nice. But she says she doesn't like want white women. Okay. But then what she said the most incredible thing that she says is about her. Own unfathomable oppression. Mrs Smith takeaway specifically in regards to my relationship with white women. The thing that really breaks my heart is that white women understand what it feels to be oppressed because yields exactly because of their sex, but it feels to be ostracized or not being treated as what she's talking about the in that interview is her oppression Oshii ship so oppressed. She's so she doesn't understand, you know, white women are oppressed to we're all oppressed by the big bad. I don't know white straight male who thinks he's a male of English descent, probably not even Irish because they got sort of oppressed, and this and that obviously absurd hierarchies Jada Pinkett Smith is worth three hundred million dollars. She's worth three hundred million dollars. That is approximately. Three hundred million dollars more than I am worth. Why am I checking my watch for that? I don't even I don't have my net worth written on my wrist that is absurd. But she has to call herself a victim. She has to call herself oppressed. Why is that why do these women they all do it? They do it in politics. They do it in Hollywood. They do it at even levels of business on the left. They do it. Because what they want is the one thing that their money just can't buy which is victim would victimhood has a social currency. Now, it's why everybody is saying that there is some grieved minority if not a racial minority if they're not pretending to be one one thousand twenty four th native American then they will claim to be a sexual minority or they will claim to have been abused at rates that are much higher than statistically, it is possible for people to have been abused. They will do this. Because victimhood carries a social currency in our very sick culture. You think about Trumpy bear, you think about teddy Roosevelt. That these are cultures that are promoting strength that rewards strength and say, you're not a victim, go out there be strong, but we're in a very broken culture. Now, it's especially clear on the left where the more of a victim you can claim to be a higher up the totem pole. You sit the better place that you can be in a lot of celebrities who are doing this even Michelle Obama herself is doing this here is Michelle Obama. She's been doing this book tour for her book becoming here is Michelle Obama's take on on her. Terrible oppression still a law student at Harvard. Great a first year first year, you're about to be his mentor. Yeah, he comes blowing into town famous already late for the first meet me lay. It's like is he trifling this? The black man's going to be laying on the first day. You weren't overly impressed in the beginning. I I wasn't you know, I have my suspicions when a bunch of white, folks. On over a black, man. 'cause I think okay, he can talk straight. So they think he's wonderful. So..
Nobel-winning author V.S. Naipaul dead at 85
"Rogers, have been paying tribute to the British Nobel prize winner Naipaul who has died at his home in London he, was eighty-five Salman Rushdie said, he felt as if he had lost a beloved older brother Born to an Indian family in Trinidad VS Naipaul's studied. At Oxford University and worked for the BBC his best known works include a house of Mr. Biswas and abandon the. River the rider Farouk Dondi said that Naipaul would be viewed as one of history's greatest writers Literally talent Last century and he was quite a, remarkable stability Insight I don't think, anybody else head on a personal level A broader civilizational level
"mrs smith" Discussed on Move or Improve
"You know thousands of dollars that she had saved up over the years she's paying privately but mrs jones is children and unless say were that mrs jones businessman or living in florida they they both are in the same facility in florida what mrs jones is children one lives in new york one lives in san francisco and mrs smith's children those two they live in the same town that the facility is now mrs jones children i like to call it the crowd like christmas and easter church they show up yup yup they show up just about that many times a year to see mom okay while mrs smith mrs smith's children show up frequently in very unannounced guy now if we look at those two individuals which one is likely to get better care mrs smith is likely to get better care because the community knows that her children and maybe other family members and friends but her children are dropping in more regularly and the last thing that they wanna do is have mrs smith laying on soil sheets not having had a bath not heading your you know her hygiene taken care of those kinds of things mrs jones is family doesn't show up but twice a year yet mrs smith is the one who's on medicaid okay very sad yeah it is but the but the key the real takeaway from that is not necessarily about the care between the two that's very important to know but the key is that don't just leave mom there if he will live you're not gonna be able to show up you need to plan for somebody else to be able to show up why there are aging life care professionals they used to be cheering care managers that's important to plan for and have in place so yes yes exactly so medicaid is is a great tool again it's what's mainly used because we run out of money it's it's it's not just a freebie if you will you got to qualify for it so you had asked the one question that so many people ask i hear this thing about this five year look back window what what happens is to spend down what we call spin down that's taking your assets that you have and maybe mrs smith had hundred thousand dollars okay to start with we've got to get that down to between two thousand at forty five hundred dollars of all her assets left that's it including a house if she has that will she has a house she's single than should not probably stay in the house but if she's staying in the house certain states have what are called medicaid waivers which will pay for medicaid system in the house out so she didn't have to sell the house if she's moving out of the house now it's just an asset so she would have those assets from the sale of the house that would be considered part of her bucket of money that she would have to quote unquote spin down and that five year lookback window has to do with what have you done with all of your assets over that timeframe literally meaning you can't though i hear this all the time that you probably have to you can't just say will i'm gonna i'm just going to sign over my house to johnny and i'm gonna give all my savings to janey my two children and now i can go in i can go into a facility and go on medicaid because they look back over that five year window and they look at every asset that you had and of course they would definitely see that you signed over your house to johnny and they would see that you gave jane one hundred thousand dollars so that would disqualify right so you can't just do that years is you're screwed if you don't do it just don't do it i i to get the va aid in attendance or medicaid so hard to get broke when you're down to your last few hundred yeah it's not easy but at the same time unfortunately if you're spending seven eight thousand dollars a month it quickly goes away this is true well i don't mean to stop this because in one of the best well to the best series that we've had on this important topic but i would like you to share while we still have a moment i know many of our listeners are going to want to contact you for more information into consult with you so if you could share your.
"mrs smith" Discussed on KGO 810
"To coast to coast am on k g o eight ten and welcome back we're back with joe nickell the skeptic of course the joe let's talk about a few other possible miracles or not and they get into the shroud of turin and ghosts and then we'll take calls next hour with you in lords there is a socalled healing spring that people when they go into the water they claim that they're healed what's your take on that well the young girl who discovered that is another fantasy prone personality i mean really you can look at the you know the hallmarks of that personality the characteristics the markers say see has visions talks to talks to angels those sorts of things are associated with fantasy proneness and they're about a dozen or so of these markers and if you have say seven or more you might diagnose fantasy proneness and she would be saint bernadette would would be just exactly one of those people do report healings at lord's but and there they were for years touted as as you know sort of endorsed by science because they would say they had this bureau medical bureau at lord's and before they proclaimed a miracle the doctors there had to examine the claims and what they did was to say we can't explain this we can't explain why mrs smith's cancer went into remission so the church would say it must be a miracle of the holy virgin mary the problem is that whole process is logically false you cannot say we don't know therefore we do know you can't say the doctors can't explain it so it's a miracle this is this is what's called an argument from ignorance and it's the paranormal is of course just completely you know based on this and it's it's just not a valid way to determine what's so but in recent years not too many years ago the medical bureau at lourdes rebelled and they they knew what they were doing was was not correct and they they sort of quit they said yes we will continue to say that something is you know remarkable that's okay but but this business of jumping from sort of we don't know to this is a miracle one can see that this is.
"mrs smith" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And welcome back we're back with joe nickell the skeptic of course joe let's talk about a few other possible miracles or not and they get into the shroud of turin and ghosts and then we'll take calls next hour with you in lords there is a socalled healing spring that people when they go into the water they claim that they're healed what your take on that well the young girl who discovered that is another fantasy prone personality i mean really you can look at the you know the hallmarks of that personality the the characteristics the markers say you know see has visions talks to talks to angels those sorts of things that are associated with fantasy proneness bender about a dozen or so of these markers and if you have say seven or more you might diagnose spat ac proneness and she would be saint bernadette would would be just exactly one of those people do report healings at lord's but and there they were for years touted as as you know sort of endorsed by science because they would say they had this bureau medical bureau at lord's and before they proclaimed a miracle the doctors there had to examine the claims and what they did was to say we can't explain this we can't explain why mrs smith's cancer went into remission so the church would say it must be a miracle of the holy virgin mary the problem is that whole process is logically false you cannot say we don't know therefore we do know you can't say the doctors can't explain it so it's a miracle this is this is what's called an argument from ignorance and it's the paranormal is of course just completely you know based on this and it's it's just not a valid way to determine what's so but in recent years not too many years ago the medical bureau at lourdes rebelled and they they knew that what they were doing was was not correct and they they sort of quit they said yes we will continue to say that something is remarkable oh that's okay but this business of jumping from sort of we don't know to this is a miracle one can see that this is.
"mrs smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"That's true once again if you say ally long enough and people and actually mark i don't think this is another little fact that maybe danny doesn't know but it's the only grill on the deck at the international space station liar liar pants on fire my mom is listening right now it's not anything to do with listen about tommy getting me he was mean to tommy tommy was mean to me mrs smith it was all denny's fault he provoked tommy can we talk about degreed egg mark what you guy you got something to ground you need fixing here here's what's going to be interesting with the big green egg is you know they're coming out with a new dual function south that's gonna go on the top of the right and they came out with a new nest for guys out there who have eggs that have been on the you know owners of an egg for five six ten years old only stuff coming out to refresh your eggs so we're going to put together a egg refresh package at your store pat and hopefully people can come in and maybe do some fine tuning to their wait a minute there's there's a lot of eggers at listen to this what have they done different to the top to refresh the tom green it's got a chimney at the top and you've got your air control well night may day they made a nice magnetic top that eliminates the holes of the daisy wheel so there will be no more daisy wheel it's just going to be a slide open slide closed it's so slick it's rain campus well so you don't have separate rain cap now i'm driving to lafayette right now to go cut and it's raining really yeah.
"mrs smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Then contract with intel to actually make the chips orders until not interested or similar hardware software applications basically taking everything that's important in making it the same no matter which device you're using the the end goal here is that apple can sell you a mac can sell you an iphone and ipad and apple watch and apple tv and apple whatever and it all can run the same applications work the same way the only difference are the use cases and functionality thank you very much mark gherman our bloomberg news technology reporter reporting from los angeles shares of apple they are down about one and a half percent now let's go to our ninety nine when some in washington dc where nancy lyons has world and national headlines nancy thanks winnie mandela has died she was married to south africa's first black president nelson mandela when he was in prison for twenty seven years for fighting whiteminority rule in the african nation now winnie mandela is being remembered for her own activism south african minister of energy jeff devi work closely with the mandelas for many years mrs smith mandela monday was one of the greatest icons of the struggle a canes party the family says funeral arrangements are still being decided president and mrs trump with a human sized bunny by their side today welcome scores of children to the annual easter egg roll at the white house the president welcomed the parents and kids including military personnel so many military people are with us today so our military is now at a level will soon be at a level that it's never been before and you see what's happening with funding the funding of our military was so important just think of seven hundred billion dollars because that's all going into our military this year the white house also confirmed in his recent phone call the president invited vladimir putin to washington for a summit meeting possibly at the white house in washington irv chapman bloomberg radio.
"mrs smith" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
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