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Gas Prices Increase in New Jersey

Weekend News

00:18 sec | Last month

Gas Prices Increase in New Jersey

"Increased in New Jersey A med increased the band before the holidays. Triple A says The average price of a gallon of regular nd jersey on Friday was $2.32 of four cents from the week earlier. And let's say higher crude oil prices were affect ER in the increase, and now

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House overwhelmingly approves defense policy bill, defying veto threat from President Trump

KYW 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | Last month

House overwhelmingly approves defense policy bill, defying veto threat from President Trump

"Count. Meantime, the Democratic controlled House in Washington has approved a wide ranging defense policy bill even as President Trump renewed his threat to veto the bill unless lawmakers clamp down on social media companies he claims were biased against him during the election. Mr Trump tweeted. Today he will veto quote the very weak National Defense Authorization Act or nd A unless it repeals the so called section 2 30. That's the part of the communications code. That shields companies like Twitter, Facebook and other tech giants from content liability. Trump also wants Congress to strip out of provisions of the defense bill that allows renaming of military bases that now honor Confederate leaders. That defense bill

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Rapper Nuke Bizzle arrested for identity theft, fraud after boasting about unemployment scam in music video

Rush Limbaugh

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Rapper Nuke Bizzle arrested for identity theft, fraud after boasting about unemployment scam in music video

"Theft and fraud charges related to an unemployment scam or being leveled against a hip hop artist, and investigators say they didn't need to go far to find the inspiration behind the scheme. Fox is Rob Dawson. The Department of Justice confirmed they arrested 31 year old nuke biz ALS, whose real name is Fawn Trail, Antonio Baines When he was arrested last month in Las Vegas. He had eight employment development Department debit cards and all but one had names of other people on them. A police affidavit also adds that he had 92 nd D ID cards. Preloaded with money and send two addresses he had access to. It's the same crime he boasted about in a recent song in his music, video, E D. D. He and another rapper bragged about taking money from other people's cards. Neither veins nor his lawyer have commented.

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Houston Astros' Justin Verlander to undergo Tommy John surgery

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 4 months ago

Houston Astros' Justin Verlander to undergo Tommy John surgery

"And, of course, former Tiger 37 year old Justin Verlander. He says he will undergo Tommy John surgery hasn't pitched since the opener back in July. 24th likely won't pitch again Now before 2022 nd a

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MLB: Justin Verlander to undergo Tommy John surgery

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 4 months ago

MLB: Justin Verlander to undergo Tommy John surgery

"And, of course, former Tiger 37 year old Justin Verlander. He says he will undergo Tommy John surgery hasn't pitched since the opener back in July. 24th likely won't pitch again Now before 2022 nd a

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Speak now, or forever hold your peace

Dear Sugars

04:57 min | 5 months ago

Speak now, or forever hold your peace

"Dear sugars my boyfriend and I had our first baby last month, and now I'm fortunate enough to be a stay at home mom to are beautiful seven week old boy since getting pregnant we've discussed getting married and we decided we should get engaged a few days ago I came across a ring sized box. My boyfriend was obviously planning on giving me. It had the name of a company on it and I immediately googled it out of curiosity. I was taken aback when I found this company sells cubic zirconiums, rings that cost about twenty dollars. So I did something that I now regret I peeked inside the box. It was an engagement and wedding ring set that I saw on the website cost twenty dollars and ninety nine cents. I'm both upset and baffled by this because my boyfriend is not one to be cheap when it comes to jewelry. I showed him a ring that I wanted, which costs around three hundred dollars I thought that was fairly inexpensive for an engagement ring. So, here's my question. Do I say something to him about it when he gives it to me? I'm truly hurt that he would be so cheap when it comes to such an important moment. Then again I don't want to be shallow and I'm incredibly grateful for our life together and I'm lucky to have such a great partner. The ring itself is fine and actually pretty, but it's not really what I wanted signed speak now or forever hold my peace. Fired up about this ticket thing. Okay and I got a feeling we're headed towards the trouble here with her answers I'm just a the the the boom will be lowered by all chair. Okay. I'll Cherono dum boom we'll be lowered by a remarkably useful looking Cheryl. Okay. So this is a little bit complicated because we don't know your economic circumstances it sounds to me speak now like you are a stay at home mom. Which means there's one income you decide to make this long good promise. But when you say that your boyfriend by nature your soon to be fiancee is not cheap about jewelry I. Assume that means that character logically, he understands that it's important and this is an important moment. So I am genuinely baffled along with you as to why he would give you a twenty dollar ring rather than three hundred dollar ring which sounds. For many people like well for a big occasion, that's a very reasonable amount of money to spend on an engagement ring but I don't know your circumstances and I don't know your your fiance's if he's your fiance by this I don't know his anxieties about caring for this new baby. What is clear as he isn't hiding it from you, he isn't trying to pass off this cubic zirconiums as a nd he's quite open. About it I think you have to bring it up with him because you're GonNa have that ring on your finger hopefully until death do you part? So it feels like to fundamental a nagging doubt to ignore. But I I'm of the mind just because of my orientation on things that it's about the commitment that he's making to you and how loving and supportive and connected he is to you not about a piece of jewelry. Lower the boom speak now or forever hold your peace. You're not being cheap or shallow by telling him that this that he made a mistake. I understand everything Steve is saying about your economic realities it sounds to me I mean, first of all, she knows their realities and she isn't saying, well, I told him that I loved the three hundred dollar ring. But I knew that we really couldn't afford it because times are tough. Okay. She didn't say that to us. She said that by way of saying this. would be the reasonable ring for him to get for her for such an occasion. This is as you note, a ring that she's going to be wearing for the rest of her life, and so you know what? I'm sad for you about is, of course, we want our engagements to be fairytale and we want them to line up with the joy in the happiness and. You know of the relationships we have with our partners but sometimes in the course of those big moments, even people who are glorious and lovely inconsiderate and generous and wonderful, and all these other ways botched the job and I think that this is what happened with your boyfriend speak now and I don't think that he meant to hurt your feelings or make you feel. Like you weren't valuable to him. But I do think that he was wrong to give you a ring, the costs less than twenty one dollars I do think that this was a major fumble that you will laugh about in years to come but only if you can fix it okay, I would sit down and say I was so touched that you gave me this ring. But this ring is not what I had in mind and it's really important to me that I looked down at my hand for all the rest of my life and feel nothing but love and joy and gratitude for the bond that we have and this ring makes me feel bad and yes, it is because it only costs twenty dollars ninety nine cents you

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Court orders Donald Trump to pay legal fees in Stormy Daniels suit

Cigar Dave

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Court orders Donald Trump to pay legal fees in Stormy Daniels suit

"Court orders President Trump to pay legal fees to the porn actress who fought a non disclosure agreement. The ND A was apparently signed by stormy Daniels Days before the 2016 election. It contained the deal that the loser of the case would pay the others legal fees. Lawyers for the president are disputing Daniel's victory. They also deny the president was part of the agreement made under the name David Dennison. That's a fake name. The president is said to have used on occasion. Daniels also sued the president for defamation, but that suit was dismissed. Daniels is appealing that decision and in order to pay hundreds of thousands in legal fees to the president Fox's GURNAL Scott

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How is bias built into algorithms? Garbage in, garbage out.

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:44 min | 7 months ago

How is bias built into algorithms? Garbage in, garbage out.

"Does bias get built in facial recognition algorithms garbage in garbage out. From American public media. This is marketplace. I'm Ali would. In facial recognition and AI. Development computers are trained on massive sets of data. Millions of pictures gathered from all over the web. There are only a few publicly available data sets, and lots of organizations use them, and they are problematic vinay. Prabhu is chief scientist at the start up unify he and obey Babar honey. At University, College Dublin published a paper recently, examining these academic data sets. Most of the pictures are gathered without consent. People can be identified in them. There are racist and pornographic images and text, and even the idea of labeling someone, a lawyer or a woman or a criminal based on appearance will ultimately the researchers said. Maybe it's not the data. That's the problem. Maybe it's the whole field. Here's name Provo, the community has historically prior of basically put suing problems which are ethically dubious. A huge number of papers are published on ethnicity classification and generating human faces and a basically ranking people's faces as to how attractive it S. is it really a need to be solving these problems in the first place? Like what exactly it is that you're trying to automate, ask yourself. What is your technology eventually going to result like? How is it going to result in terms of like? The power in the society, the computer community has a deeply entrenched historical traffic are of basically you know increasing the rats of power on the minority groups, and if you're looking at the flagship applications, there are very few things that have ushered in a paradigm shift in the way that you know disenfranchised. Felt and entrance iced right I mean it sounds to me like what you're saying is. Don't just design a better image. Based data set the idea that you need an image based status that and that technology should be built on top of that data. Is itself flawed and will always be flawed. You hit the nail on the head. Women of Color have done tremendous work, but then every time they tried to do something. Something good in the tech, boys or bruise will invariably attack them as social justice warriors who are bringing in their canceled culture into academia us. We need to be more pragmatic. We need to be more science oriented. We need to be oblivious to all of these politics is what they're excuses. There are conversations about banning facial recognition technology that's being developed in these ways. Is this a problem for regulation to solve the? League required, but if you logistician, it's pretty easy to discover a loophole. I think one of the Silicon Valley. Cliches. And of melt for a long AMAS, if you don't allow us to the data from the public China's doing the same thing Russia is doing the same thing they will basically be. Superior to us, so these legislations I think will for the most part, put a small roadblock, but I am very confident of the ability of You know the powers to be enough, find loopholes and to kind of harness solutions. That will allow them to still stay within the legal grill. Day Prabhu is scientist at unify MIT operates one of the public data sets he in BARANI ND in response to their research. The school took it off line for good.

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Hong Kong inaugurates Beijing's national security office

BBC World Service

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Hong Kong inaugurates Beijing's national security office

"Has officially opened a new national security office in Hong Kong, allowing its intelligence agents to operate openly in the territory for the first time. Hong Kong's chief executive, Carrie Lam, attended the inauguration ceremony. Stephen McDonald reports, Carrie Lam said it was a historic moment and that mainland intelligence officers would be important partners safeguarding stability in Hong Kong. Under the controversial law. State security teams can now operate in Hong Kong without any judicial oversight whatsoever. They can't be stopped and questioned by local police or any other agency. NdeR empowered to take suspects accused of secession or submersion back across the border to mainland China to face courts, which are fully controlled by the Communist Party.

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"nd" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:37 min | 7 months ago

"nd" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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Bloomberg Businessweek

01:50 min | 7 months ago

Test with 3 seconds

"Could use existing authority to mobilize deposits from trust funds into FBI either directly off custodial accounts. But it does not do so. And since we agree that we need to have investment, would you agree that any eyes played a critical role as we found doing people in providing minority access to capital on asked you. Then throw. The Treasury uses just authority on Apple to write direct support. I have to review those authorities and get back to so that's something we have. It sounds very interesting. I'm not familiar with those specific authorities. So let me look into it. And let me just say also the CDF eyes to the terrific job as well. I agree. I should have added the CDF eyes. We concur on that. So, but I look forward to working with you to make sure that we're investing in me. We have no public body, a cz well as private money to invest in a nd eyes so that they had the capital and the wherewithal to move forward. That is the way to go. Now I have the Fed and the department made a made a climate of all asset manages and broken dealings with which they contract compartment with the naughty and fulfilling contracts in transact. Yes, we do have obligations, for example with the company's we've contracted with during the pandemic. They have to address diversity and inclusion issues that their company and they have to also reach out to minority suppliers as well. And the Treasury.

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"nd" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

10:00 min | 8 months ago

"nd" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The last time we spoke to the amazing staff visit ND this was at the very beginning of the quarantine stage if you want to call it that the big ten tournament was in town but players are getting pulled off of the court and we were setting up shop for a long dreary block in here in Indy couple months have gone by here what's the outlook for conventions with the city well I think like most of us there's a lot of folks who are our if you were looking for a fact he looking for a readily available and it is you're looking for water herd immunity Albuquerque being held and that both of the repair to be done so good a lot of folks aren't getting on a plane heading to Collins so it's really really difficult right now no wonder when I see some of the states that have opened up George Florida taxes I mean you look at some of the web cams it feels like people are going out I see the beaches they've got people all over then there also with those states doing that what's next for city like Indianapolis Alan were very group dependency so we between our can happen it's a little bit in here right now because we're very much into words or you didn't convention center hotel KTM who are having some success right now if you're outdoors or on beaches you know eating enough ground the weather in in confined space if it makes a little more difficult and what are some of the events that have not canceled yet they're still on the schedule or maybe have have lived tried to reschedule letter motor obviously your call to be held in late March if you want to tell your people are canceled because again crackle and we have produced or we can get to that stage five by July fourth they will perform the groups over two hundred fifty Bucks and so I can get to that point the number you can open up that way then you know then you can have groups in July in on anything coverage and call on all the way to a P. R. I. couple maturation into crystal in December all all of them on the books as of right now Hey Leonard I know the city was lining up some big time events one right after the other in the upcoming year and a half from the final four to the NBA all star game college football national championship all of that stuff was coming is there any updates in regards to moving dates with those or tentatively are they still all systems go we've heard nothing other than all and helped our game in order here to the college football playoff in twenty a little farther out the not to fight with handwriting and I could get you click on the credit application we're yeah I need to tell things like that he the NBA the incidental airports connect like having to return without hands and go home and no we're just all kind of in that that wait and see mode right now asking what happens over the next couple of months ago you know I'm on the increments the college football playoff national championship board and having everything I will proceeding if it can happen and you really won't know until we get called because okay and just let let let's make it clear for hands are an integral part of what makes Indianapolis successful in terms of some of these events I mean that you you can watch NBA basketball could come back all the way in the in the call it enables call to come back all ones but if there's no fans downtown spending money and all staying home and watching these games on TV than that still does not help the cause it all down here doesn't yeah I mean it would be incredibly disappointing because the reason we stayed on the scene but for Cortland acres in the cold and the circumstances and I could do it because of the economic value generate job your quality of life in our community and working right now in the travel and leisure industry right now yeah actually I last week of April labor relations and labor thankfully thirty nine percent unemployment in I will not accounting so and then construction workers seventeen percent of its really impacted at all by Colby Hey Leonard have you had any conversations with the hotel movers and shakers around the city and do what's in the re opening of the hotel system going to look like in Indianapolis yeah I mean remote commercial opener to hand politically W. that has got to cope with the pain in a group meeting most of the hotels and you're running around and I can see in the al Qaeda downtown area and hello can put in the downtown area quickly never you know he quickly that way you could a political typically on Iraqi people downtown and lower you know they're all well have different plant plan the brand I need a continental they've got different you know if you can help you keep all these future cleaning the thing is there are certain things that need help I think they're all looking for along with working with their the agent can help you compare your Carly that consumer confidence when are we going to be confident that the tape it sank okay if they don't have to go to work right now but if they need to do that yes Leonard hoops is the president CEO of visit Indy have you had any conversations with governor Holcomb or Indy mayor Joe Hogsett and they ask for your input at all of them have any conversations whatsoever hello yeah absolutely read we're in regular contact every week with not with the governor and the bear with me here key staff members and I'm on one of ten people in the state they call the Indiana death to make a recovery counselor copies of your court another point he called keep calm cool cool which you can quietly in a definite recovery council but the group that medical devices own feet and the golf course down there could be you know they they have a crack in the market but we're also working with the governor's office on top of the configure out how what and how to complete four trillion dollars federal government as we believe it will be allocated to Indiana code relief it will thank god for that feeling so horrible complications the federal rule and you're gonna be a letter last thing before we let you go here this was going to be race week here in Indianapolis obviously that's not happening this week it still seems like the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is planning to put **** in seats for not only the Indianapolis five hundred in August but brickyard weekend as well are you involved in any sort of events for the city to try to work with the races because with the July fourth weekend it's kind of tough here in Marion County because you don't know if that deadline is going to get extended by mayor Hogsett but with the Indianapolis five hundred in August normally there are tons of parties tons of events to go along with that are those happening this year or is all that off the table well again I think there's a lot of planning record including one brickyard weekend at the Grand Prix don't happen with fans we get closer to that date not looking like that and we'll make alternative plans right now we are working with people and with the mayor's office and others and marking up your confidence that we will take five you know not starting later seventeen people out there and do some of the later created after now what court debatable California now we're gonna get to that point you are you capable of converting I thank you that I the brickyard in the in the Grand Prix weekend and go you know I'm still optimistic they'll be able to stand in there I island late may request to know with certainty whether and they're not Lennon hopes president CEO of visit Indy lettered as always we appreciate it man thanks so much to look forward to having to call another time with you got it absolutely do it thank you so much it's the ninety three W. 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Public Health Nursing and Disease Investigation with Jill Grumbine

Between the Slides

06:29 min | 9 months ago

Public Health Nursing and Disease Investigation with Jill Grumbine

"So today's episode twenty one. I am with my friend and former colleague in Public L. She is still in public health. Joe Grown Brian. Thank you so much for coming into the show. Thanks for having Me Kevin. So we worked together for the whole time. I was in the local for five years or so I would say And then went downtown and did hospital stuff. But so how? Where did you grow up? Start with let's learn about you Where did you grow up? And what led you through school or or an interest when you were younger to get into nursing and then and in particular to get into Public Health Nursing Yup sure To grow return. Virginia who native Richmond Nder And I I remember thinking back When I was in sixth grade we had to write an autobiography as a school assignment. And as part of that assignment and we had to talk about what we wanted to be when we grew up and at the time I either wanted to be a nurse or a teacher So wanting to be nurses been part of WHO. I am for a really long time so since I was a young teenager And I think maybe the thing that kind of solidify that is caring for dying grandparent During my kind of middle teenage years And just seeing the great nurses who cared for her in our home Just steered me on that path And my mom also Has a background in healthcare. So kind of in the blood So that's what led me to become a nurse In terms of public health I can't say was ever a grand plan that I just knew I wanted to a public health nurse Actually started out as a hospital nurse. than a few years in hospital doing women's health women's surgery and caring for high risk. Pregnant Women But then you know as with many hospital. Nurses they long hours. The twelve hour shifts that we're turning into thirteen and fourteen hour shifts and the higher acuity of patients and the higher number of patients. just was very stressful And I decided that it was time for a change but didn't know what that change was going to be And someone who goes to my church said you know. We're always looking for good public health nurses and I thought yeah right. Whatever and a few months later she said you know we have a position open. I really think you should apply for it and I thought well what if I got to lose and it sounded kind of interesting and the schedule was definitely more appealing So I applied for the job knowing that I would probably get an interview but not really thinking it would go beyond that And ultimately they did offer me the position so I started working at a local health department And really loved it Didn't really know what I was going to be doing in public health in the beginning But quickly fell into a role where I was coordinating the Refugee Health Program As my primary duties but also My other major duties were in the Communicable Disease Program for Doing Communicable Disease Follow up For various communicable diseases and also doing to particular case management for patients who had active to break yellow system. So so you what school. You got your bachelor's in nursing how much public health was covered at one Where did you go to school at Nursing School Virginia Commonwealth University go rams right on and how much public health nursing public information? Is there in a typical or your. I guess a Bachelor's of nursing curriculum so we had a whole semester of community nursing and for every clinical base nursing class. You have a clinical But my clinical for My community nursing class with parish nursing so I was paired with A nurse who was doing parish nursing at her church and we really were looking at kind of doing a health assessment for just that one. Little Church I know that I had colleagues who spent or classmates rather who spent time at the health department but I didn't have that exposure and so I really did not have a whole lot of exposure to public health prior to actually starting to work for the Health Department. I remember One of the a during which was really when I first started you already Bed there during h one n one. So I started in January twenty eight when I was in full swing and one of the areas that we Took nations to was a really big church in eastern part of the county and they had like a whole kind of nursing really office. Station Clinic. Kind of thing set up there. Is that similar to kind of the experience that you had. So it's you provide screenings You know for the parishioners so I think Parish nursing definitely evolved now My clinical experience would have been a number of years before and that h one in one experience perish nursing was I would say from my Remembrance was relatively new at the time and but yes things and and like I know our we have a parish nurse who coordinates Health screenings and flu shot clinics Coordinates doing a CPR class once a year or so to things like that so they do exist and I think it just depends on the size of the parish our the Church of how much involvement there is and how much they do and is that usually there fulltime focus like though the fulltime parish nurse. Were they yeah? I think it depends again on the church so in my church is completely volunteer The nurse Who is in charge of that? Has Another time job So does the parish nursing gig just on the side

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"nd" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:29 min | 10 months ago

"nd" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The clear himself king trial right and all that and more in federal state acting for the really really Andy real medical U. ND I feel like I know you on TV every damn day groaning through our television monitor really ended the back and forth between the feds it seems to be all one way when you want something you want the fence when you want to retain your power you don't want the feds that basically sums up with a left this we have federal immigration laws the constitution essentially gives most of the activity on immigration to the federal government so now we've sanctuary cities with sanctuary state so much for the back and forth these are result oriented ideologues go ahead with the religious is regarded that instead the total authority then we would have had that King George Washington right now we had king Franklin Roosevelt you love Franklin rose we had king Franklin Roosevelt you dare to bring this up to a leftist though so what you don't support social security what you don't support Medicare because Medicare happen in the great society not the media but they're so stupid to bring it up anyway no I don't support the interminable halfpennies Americans no I don't support turning the IRS on on newspapers and on political opponents no I don't support turning back people who come on a boat who are going to wind up perishing in the Holocaust no I don't support trying to cover up the Holocaust with the press because you wanted other focuses and so forth and so on so now we don't want a king FTIR but isn't it interesting will never talk about king after your our king Lyndon Johnson they don't mind a king you know Nancy Pelosi was squawking and screeching two weeks ago his what about the the defense production act he he he he he they should be nationalizing take them I would take them we actually had one host one of the cable channels why don't you have a national hunker down in place why why why should be national I mean they're all repeating each other because it's not appropriate six so they don't mind that government run healthcare government run schools open borders get more voters into the country you're going to vote three fourths Democrats they favor all kinds of centralized authority that's not provided for in the constitution go ahead the governors are in charge because residents them in charge stop the president didn't put governors in charge this is it governors are elected states have some sovereign authority his mouth which always seems like it's full of mashed potatoes his mouth he says one thing on one side of his mouth in one thing out of the other do you deny Andrew Cuomo that the administration has the power to deny you funds unless you comply with our policies he won't deny that Joe Scarborough's too stupid to ask him that question do you deny governor Cuomo that the federal government has the power to regulate activities that occur solely in your state and that's been going on for at least eighty years as a result of Supreme Court precedent he can't deny that every president since Franklin Roosevelt has been I can't maybe some of in queens but you know we don't know about but everyone's pretty K. I can this is not something I support this is something I reject this is something I reject completely well you must be a right wing constitutionalist extremist textural list originalist you know stuff like that but here's Joe Scarborough you wanna hear more on any actually thinks he's smart the funniest thing to watch on TV because I don't watch my get clipped is a moron who thinks he's smart all right two morons who think they're smart Joe and Mika J. M. M. J. and you'll hear them when we return I'll be right back then it's time to check the roads from the this look at traffic sponsored by unbound dot org Fremont torn up construction flood control project between Charleston and say things blocked off their big time better off on eastern pay because cobalt construction between trop in sands paving work there and construction on Charleston in Durango delays all four directions for that stretch a girl in Kenya dreams of becoming a doctor an elder in Guatemala dreams are being part of a community reach out.

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How First-Time Managers Succeed At Leadership | Victoria Roos Olsson

Leadership Biz Café

09:36 min | 11 months ago

How First-Time Managers Succeed At Leadership | Victoria Roos Olsson

"Hi Victoria welcome to the show. Well thank you so much. It's lovely to be here so Victoria. Your book addresses that Comma dates. That people don't quit because of the organization. Quit because of their manager indeed throughout your book you and your Co Authors share personal examples of employees and colleagues leaving accompany or thinking about leaving because of the working conditions created by their boss now among the six practices you write about regarding how we can be the kind of leaders that employees need deliver their best. There were a few that stood out to me for different reasons and the first one I want to talk with you about is the practice of holding regular one on ones with your employees and the reason for that is that in some of my corporate training sessions. I discuss both why this is necessary. And how leaders can incorporate these get togethers in their workweek but before we talk about some of the strategies you share on. How specifically do this? I was wondering if you could share why this is necessary as I'm sure you've gotten like me. That pushback from leaders say they've already got overflowing plates of work and to do lists and they just can't add another item into the workday so Victoria. Why do leaders need to make time for this and that is very good and relevant and common question and if your mindset is that your one on one is really sort of a very quick status check sort of Hey? How was last week? Yeah what's going on? What's happening next week? You need my help with anything. If that's your perception of a one on one yeah well. Maybe then you don't really need to have it. That often and I often get the question as well like well really would senior employees during need to have my one on. Wednesday are mean. They're big enough to to deal with this on their own. But if you change your mindset and think about it like all right so this is my one unique opportunity this week to really sit down with my key employees on a one on one basis and see. What is it that I can do to help them? Raise that engagement so that they feel you know not just that. They're here to do their work. But they really feel creatively excited and they want to contribute and amid alda message stress and pressure and worlwide nd. That's going on you get that moment to sort of just step out from that and catch was truly important. If that's would you thinking a one on one as well then it does really make sense to have them? And I'm sure it comes as no surprise that I completely agree with you. Victory but now that we looked at the Y. I'd love to discuss the how because again. I think this is where leaders can trip themselves up. For example. I recently had a discussion with newly minted manager. Who under the new role is undertaking a sizable change initiative? And they often have those one on one meetings with the senior management apartment. And like you just said. These meetings tend to be more their boss asking for status updates and checking stuff off their list. Okay on this on that. Good good go and this new manager admitted to me that they often left these meetings feeling even more behind then they before the meeting right because they couldn't get their issues concerns address they were going in and saying okay. Good I'm going to get some information on this and when it gets input on how to approach this. What is the critical issues? I should be focusing on over the next week or two and none of those got addressed. Yeah so when it comes to create these one on one sessions. How do we go about making sure? We're doing it right and consistently over time. I think a key to have affected one on ones is to spend a bit of time preparing for them. Just like you would for any other important meeting like when you go into importing client meeting. You'd prepare an leader or manager. I think that's what you need to do as well do really think about. Hey what's that in mind with this meeting and also set your team member up for success by asking them to prepare and even sort of state that at the start of the meeting so you know when we rush up from here in thirty minutes what do what do we need to know or do differently. Or what's important to sort of really set that end in mind? I think that's key and in key. Where so many managers were there? Were problem solvers. And we're going right into kind of a strange delegation mode sharing things it needs to be done. Okay this is my time to really listen. This is a time to learn. So what's really going on what what's happening out there so you should if you prepare. Think about the questions. You're going to ask rather than all the answers or tasked you're going to delegate and then spend more time listening than talking right and you know I love this point you bring up in your book of how to remember that. The point of these meetings is for us as leaders to elevate our employees. It's for us to figure out how we can help them. Do better be better so that they can not only succeeded. Achieving the goals reassigned to them but so that they can also become stronger team members who can help us to collectively succeed exact a year building. String theor you know. That's that's your key purpose. Really that one of your key purposes as leader due to help elevate and bill your team so that you can go out and really decent great work absolutely making that perceptual shift from one of my getting out of this to how am I helping you get something beneficial out of this time with me so important and critical in today's workplaces where it's understood that what's key to our alarm. Success leadership is our ability to nurture and sustain relationships with our employees. Ease that we're able to understand what's their internal motivation in Hata tied to organizations vision so that they're willing to share their best efforts because they motivate themselves to do so ex-exactly and remembering it's their meeting. It's not your meeting. It's their meeting. I love that too. That's such a great point there and there's something you mentioned in the structure of how to go around scheduling these one on one meetings that it leads into the second practice that you describe your book and assist notion that when we're looking at scheduling these one meetings. One of the keys for it to be successful is to make sure we're accounting for energy level and I love this idea of learning to become more aware of how. Our energy fluctuated with workweek. Because it actually reflects something I wrote about in my book. Leadership Vertigo where I talk about. How THE ENERGY LEVELS? We have impact our ability to be truly present and engage with their employees whether it's in those one on one or in group meetings so that they're not feeling as though we're simply just going through the motions. Oh we have to have these meetings or I have to meet with you the check in with you so this is another practice that you write about. That really caught my interest where you write about how we need to be taking a greater effort to manage both our energy and our time. Now I know in your book you did. Mention Victoria this something. You're particularly passionate about and I love this idea. You share that there. Are these five energy drivers. We can use to boost our energy levels. So what are these five energy drivers in? How can they help us to be more engaged in present? I you know what I. I'll share the five energy. Drivers are super important. But I'm just coming back from having delivered a workshop with some senior leaders and it's interesting because I do think that most people they do recognize these energy drivers but still we kind of think of it as something more of a reward than an investment and I think that that sort of Deke the paradigm we have when we go into this that we don't think as an energy driver to something we can do at the end of the week but it's really something at the start of the week to make sure we can be that great leader so yes the energy drivers. It said a lot of physical things in there. So it's about sleep and this is in my experience where a lot of leaders fail short and yeah unfortunately there have been some really like cool leaders going out there making statements. They can survive on three hours of sleep. Instill run this multi billion dollar business. And that's I mean we do need our sleep. We need our seven to eight hours of sleep and we need to prepare for that. We need to be strategic about that. 'cause we need to come focus to work right. So sleep is definitely one of the energy drivers and then it's movement and that is increasingly being proven over and over again. How important that is. We're not GONNA do movement because we wanna you know look Good Beach. Two Thousand and twenty but we WANNA do movement so we can sink good so we can feel good and there's research now really showing that if you go out and physically move properly like three times a week really get your pulse up for forty minutes. That has a stronger effect on like mild depressions and things than just any medication. Isn't that cool to know?

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Revolution within the haredi sector? Ultra-orthodox women on Instagram

Correspondents Report

07:59 min | 11 months ago

Revolution within the haredi sector? Ultra-orthodox women on Instagram

"On stories featuring ultra-orthodox rallies Middle East correspondent. Eric torture has encountered quantitative aversion to the media to but one story on the unlikeliest of topics gave Eric Harley Perspective on Israel's ultra-orthodox community we were meant to be meeting at a week shop. A boutique high end classy place. For the most discerning fashion-conscious Ultra Orthodox women in Tel Aviv. Instead we were standing outside a row of dingy apartments in the ultra Orthodox neighborhood of bonaire. Brac was this the right address wrecked and dirty prams rusting bikes and scooters crowded the steps. If H Building Ultra Orthodox men watch shirts black coats and lodge black hats rushed past not looking at ABC producer who had an eye waiting on the footpath except for one man who was pushing a baby in a pram. He conspicuously moved closer to US alarmed. By these two men wearing colored clothing amidst crowds of black and white he parked himself in his placid by be nixed staring then he pushed the Pramod Fouad making him move so he could position himself directly across from me all without speaking. I might I contact wondering if he wanted to talk but he just stood at the spice between us clicking a PUMPKIN BETWEEN HIS TEETH CLICK. Click click stay. I looked at flood. Who SHRUGGED THE STANDOFF? Continued with more clicking. I didn't mind this was actually better than some of my previous interactions with ultra Orthodox men when doing a story about men resisting. Israel's conscription lows some allowed us to film in the giant Bible College while others stridently resisted my attempts to film them demonstrating on the streets while filming another story in the same ultra Orthodox neighborhood of Tel Aviv. One man tried to fight me and I hadn't even been filming him one Friday evening. Crowds of Ultra Orthodox men and children blocked dot car on Jerusalem's main highway shouting Shabbat remonstration for breaking the Sabbath by driving police in a truck barreled in scattering them like skittles before blasting the few who remained with a water cannon so by comparison one man standing uncomfortably close to us in clicking Pumpkin. Sade between his teeth was a fairly mild experience. It ended with the arrival of Mary. Bilan stylist fashion blogger and social media personality. A six foot tall colorfully dressed thirty nine year. Old Mother of five who also happens to be ultra Orthodox even though Mary carefully follows the many roles of Ultra Orthodox stress. I didn't notice she was doing sir. Married Ultra Orthodox. Women are required to cover their heads in public. But I didn't know Mary's Long Brown hair was a whig abroad. Orange jump was at odds with the normally muted tones. Worn by many ultra-orthodox women. Her long flowing skirt was so fashionable. I wasn't paying attention. To the fact that also met the strict modesty demands of the ultra Orthodox world. Mary's might a name for herself. Dressing like this in publishing pictures and videos on the social media platform instagram. She calls it modest fashion down playing. It's religious origins. She says Kate Middleton now. The Duchess of Cambridge is an exemplar of this trend which also appeals to women who are not religious modest. She tells me now. Maine's Classy a researcher of Ultra Orthodox culture at Tel Aviv. University seem at celts. Berg told me the same thing. The increased number of ultra Orthodox women in the workplace was leading to some mixing of fashion. Id's Dr Salzburg. Now Kosheh closed. She saw her ultra-orthodox colleagues wearing to work and the religious women in her workplace now being more daring with the address most of the fashion nuance was admittedly lost on me. But Mary said it's allowed religious women to express themselves while avoiding criticism from this strict communities and she showed me a remarkable example of the religious fashion business in the basement below this dingy apartment block we threaded our way past the broken prams bikes and cheap toys past giant rubbish bins in the dark recess below. The building scattering strike cats. As we walked down some steps to a small door disappointingly. There was a buzzer. Instead of a secret knock but three excited female faces appeared and the women inside lead us into a shining Lee brought space. What wools pink panels and down lights gave a glamorous look to this basement workshop and styling studio of Benign Brex most sought after week? Mike is There was six ultra-orthodox women inside busy making wigs that cost from five to thirteen thousand Australian dollars. The hair is human comes from Russia and Sri Lanka Blonde and rid of the most expensive color and h wig is made specifically for the woman ordering it. The process of making a wig for each person takes two to three months and is a creative endeavor. It's off the wigmakers. Proudly told me not just anyone can do it. In the back of the workshop individual hairs are sewn threaded onto tot black nets giving the impression of thick lush hair. That's difficult to distinguish from someone's natural growth. I didn't realize all the women were wearing weeks. So expertly with their fringes threaded and halons disguised styling in fact wigs like this guilty of bank to good some ultra orthodox rabbis who set the rules of dress and behavior for their communities have banned them saying instead that women must shave and cover their heads with scarves knitted caps. This makes the wigmakers very angry. The Torah the Jewish Bible doesn't say women must be ugly. They told me only that they must cover their heads. These women are nothing. Like what I'd been told to expect from the Ultra Orthodox Women Mary. Young and families have an average of seven kids. Women also worked to support their families while many husband studied the Torah full-time the female employment rate for Ultra Orthodox women is the same as the mainstream Israeli population. While for men. It's only fifty percent early marriage. Nd heavy burdens of child rearing and work main ultra Orthodox. Women are often portrayed as victims of a repressive religious environment. That's run by men but these brought fallacious. Women were not victims. They were successful entrepreneurs soon to move out of the basement to a biggest studio. This place was filled with laughter and smiles as we took photos and had the week making process explained to us. Men Don't normally come in here especially not foreign men. They told us so visit was unusual and exciting. In fact I realized I'd had almost no interaction at all with Ultra Orthodox women before I see them everywhere but they don't normally speak to me. The experience was so different. My many interactions with Alterra Orthodox men some have been positive but the human tendency is to remember the violent negative ones much more strongly. I wish they were more opportunities like this to say the ultra-orthodox weld in such a funny friendly way. Many Israelis resent the for their extremism reliance on government allowances and refusal to serve in the army also for opposing sicklers. Riley's non observance of religious rules such as taking public transport on the Sabbath. We'll selling non kosher food. I understand all of that living as I do in Jerusalem. Israel's most religious city but now I understand that there's a lot of progress and a lot to like about the ultra Orthodox and to appreciated adjusted to look more closely at what women were wearing

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What's Happening During A Near-Death Experience?

BrainStuff

05:01 min | 1 year ago

What's Happening During A Near-Death Experience?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles and every purchase everyday and you can use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotel the rental cars and more just book and Pay Your travel using your venture card and redeem your miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your wallet? Credit approval required offer a caveat not every patient in the study who had high carbon dioxide levels experienced a near death experience there's also some evidence that n d in the largest ever study of the phenomenon published in the Journal Lancet in two thousand one Dutch physicians interviewed three hundred and forty-four mostly elderly hospital climbers who have experienced carbon dioxide spikes at high altitudes have reported seeing bright lights and having other hallucinations similar any ease but again the researchers nations who survived brushes with death in which their hearts stopped though eighteen percent of them reported experiencing Andy ease the researchers found no link to the amount of time that they were it may have something to do with a psychological process rather than a physiological process studies have found that younger patients female patients and deeply religious patients tended to have significantly higher levels of carbon dioxide in their bloodstreams other studies have linked high carbon dioxide levels with visual hallucinations and triggers a flood of endorphins that 'cause you for you or electrical discharges in the hippocampus the brain area involved in memory another theory goes that near death experience says are caused by side effects of anesthesia or other medications however so far science has failed to come up with an airtight explanation for nd ease a man recalls plunging into darkness and seeing a bright light here members of field of flowers and a figure in white spoke to him about his future the next researchers looked at blood samples taken from fifty two patients shortly after that survived cardiac arrest the eleven patients who reported experiencing MD's cardiac arrest or to the drugs they had been given since then a twenty ten study published in the Journal clinical care offered yet another possible explanation when a mysterious end yet unverified chemical binds itself to neurons in an effort to protect them from that deprivation and some things that the brains impending shutdown and somehow caused by the process of the dying brain shutting down over the years some of theorized the result when the brain is deprived of oxygen I stopped heart you've probably heard stories similar to this one which was recounted in an article in New Scientist back in two thousand six what this man apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows thing he recalls is awakening to discover that during the time he'd experienced this vision he'd actually been lying on an operating table with doctors hovering over him frantically trying to restart or how and why they occur though there are wide ranging hypotheses and opinions some who believe in the metaphysical thing that during an MD seriously ill or are more likely to report and the ease and that two thousand one Dutch study reported another intriguing finding when researchers reinterviewed the twenty-three people towards others today's episode was Patrick Tiger and produced by tyler claim brings experienced andy ease and were still alive eight years later those people showed significant psychological differences most of them had become more emotionally vulnerable an empathetic is phenomenon. Some people report seeing high-speed replay of memories their lives flashing before there is nobody really knows what indies are today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card when you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase your next trip is closer than you think

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"nd" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"nd" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"You're an addams loves and her skin is incredible credible yeah a good friend of mine. WHO's on the show a lot. I think I listened to an episode with her on. I've used that at her house. did you like it. I did but I was you know. I just don't buy anything anything anymore but today's Day yeah we're done with gluten and I'm buying ordinary. I love it love it okay but then sometimes times I don't always use this as an exfoliating and if you have acne then I suggest exfoliating with the Beta hydroxy acid okay because it's fat soluble. It's actually able able to penetrate into the pores and break up the SEBNEM and current sites. I want my CBA broken up well then you have to get some use. Ha I love of Eminence oh I love him and I've I've had it done on it facials. They use it for face house. That's okay so tell us what that product so this is the eminence is clear skin willow bark booster serum in isn't willow bark like nature's sell selling acid exactly yes yes because. Beta hydroxy acid salicylic acid is one form of Beta hydroxy acid so good chained one bit of information one hundred twenty episodes of this show and the thing is that's really important information. Yes yes right. I need to buy that okay so this is an alternative to that ordinary peel yeah okay so so if you have acne you use the willow bark booster serum and how often do we use. This can use this two to three times a week. Okay if you don't have acne then used the ordinary one okay yeah because it isn't a feeling some Agni right now so I'm going to get that yes okay and can I just say it's very out of the ordinary for me to have breakouts and I hate it. They're the worst they ask traumatic. Yes is traumatic through it affects every single part of your life. I truly believe that and that's why I'm so so passionate about helping women he'll and I somewhere I read on your website. You you said something about like devastate completely changed your personality it. So you said fleet serious acne changed your personality. It did like I. I've won like really great story so before I stopped the birth control pill. I was in my twenties I was very outgoing. You know I had a great career lots of friends then my face blew up in an acne and I was actually travelling at the time I was in Calcutta staying in like a seven dollar a night hostile it was new year's Eve and there was a big party like going on downstairs with all these cool travelers in I decided hi to stay upstairs in my seven dollars a night room on New Year's Eve instead of going down and hanging out in meeting all these cool people people because of my skin and you know that's just one example but it affected my career affected. My relationship affected everything wow yeah. I felt that I mean I've been there myself. I did accutane twice. I had some I had my own schick on on and and I know a lot of friends same thing I mean it causes so many issues in devastating devastating it true yeah really is like the women that I work with breath when I start working with them like they. They are just so sad you feel so hopeless right and honestly I wish back in my twenties that I knew about these things because I thought I tried everything and I had meaning on the shelves yeah commercially and not knowing there. There was another alternative I maybe could have tried before I took the pill and did that whole route also very interesting work. I encourage my honey's to try things things and do research. I'm so excited about this cloth read honey mock mock law. There's no such thing as an ordinary outfit crafted by a.

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"nd" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"nd" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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"nd" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"nd" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"Guys I'm Natasha. Ciandella from the kind dating podcasts were cool guests and I breakdown one dating topic per episode and try to figure out why the fuck do we all have commitment issues. We cover everything from how to slide in her. DM Sex addiction to friends with benefits here's the dope guests like Bollywood superstar. Sonny Leoni comedian Laura cleary time person of the Dear Dr Wendy Walsh. TB writer therapist we laugh a lot but we also get mad deep listening subscribe to Kinda dating on your favorite podcast APP or check us out at kind of dating dot Dot Com story. natural do natch Butte de bad news. Hey honey. How are you welcome to do this Tuesday up of Natch Butte. I recorded this a little bit ago. If I'm being honest not too long a couple of months and every time I do this and I shall have something and it gets push-back. I just want to let you all know that this is a little outdated not really but I wanted to let you know I also I listened back and I just felt compelled to remind everybody that Dr Stacey is a natural pathway doctor and we're having a personal conversation. We're discussing you know her personal personal health journey. We're discussing it worked for her. We're discussing her expertise in naturopathic medicine and I just wanted to say up top anything out out there honey that you're experiencing regarding your health. I JUST WANNA say consult your doctor of choice. This is a conversation I'm having with a naturopathic doctor and if you don't agree with her or me that's fine honey do you. I just wanted to kindly remind you that upfront. Because we have fun. We discuss personal health choices that we I have and I want everyone out there to stay healthy and happy baby okay. You deserve to be healthy. You deserve to be happy next week will be part two of our Combo where we talk all Alabama skincare routine which was fascinating she gives a lot of great product recommendations and a lot of great things for a sensitive natural honeys out there so be on the lookout for that next week..

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Rep. Duncan Hunter allegedly used campaign funds for affairs

Ben Shapiro

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Rep. Duncan Hunter allegedly used campaign funds for affairs

"Federal prosecutors say duncan hunter dipped into campaign funds illegally to help underwrite a series of extramarital affairs correspondent david shortall says hunter who denies the allegations is accused of misspend nding campaign money on dates and vacation getaway according to the filing hunter paid over a thousand dollars for a ski weekend in a resort outside of lake tahoe with the lobbyists who known professionally he spent those one thousand dollars out of his campaign fund he also use campaign funds in this affair to pay for food and beverages that he would bring to the woman's house when he was actually living with her for a

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Airfares are about to go up, just in time for the summer travel season

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Airfares are about to go up, just in time for the summer travel season

"K. Well, if you're getting ready to fly somewhere this summer. Here's some bad news several big airlines are raising their fares. American Airlines, just increased one way fares on domestic flights by five dollars. Hawaiian airlines, followed Americans lead by boosting fair system wide south last also raised fares on several flights most notably for corporate travelers it claims that it did not do so across the board in anyone market fare hikes might be a pain for you, but investors love the news. Shares of American Airlines surged more than six percent yesterday. Hawaiian and southwest also posted sharp gains while rival air carriers. Delta United Alaska air, also finished the day with healthy gains, the fare hikes could signal that demand from business and corporate travelers is holding up despite concerns about a slowing US economy, as whilst disruption caused by the ground. Nding of Boeing seven thirty-seven max planes. It's nine minutes before the hour, Rasa case here with more of America's First News, ninety Ron's foreign minister is denying responsibility for attacks onto oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman and calls the timing suspicious, but

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Subway's Five-Dollar Footlong Fail?

The Indicator from Planet Money

04:31 min | 1 year ago

Subway's Five-Dollar Footlong Fail?

"Just how many locations to subway have in the US. I think the best way to illustrate this is to compare it to some of its top competitors. Take mcdonald's. There are fourteen thousand McDonald's in the United States. That's like two hundred eighty McDonald's per state. But that actually just puts McDonald's in third place for the fast food chain with the most locations in America. In second place. Starbucks with around fourteen thousand five hundred locations across the US five thousand of them in midtown New York. But you know, in first place Cardiff by a country mile coming in at twenty five thousand locations across the country is subway twenty five thousand by the way, just a breathtaking number restaurants. But it's not actually as breathtaking as twenty seven thousand which is how many subways there were a few years ago in the US. So in other words, that number is coming down thousands of subway restaurants have closed in the last few years now subways a private company. So it's hard to get information on it. But those closures were revealed in a regulatory filing and started getting reported last week. And what this information reveals is that the mighty subway is struggling subway. Got started back in Connecticut in the nineteen sixties. It was the scrappy newcomer on the fast food scene, and it offered something kinda new der interest on is a restaurant consultant. He runs a company called food service results up until that point a lot of restaurants. Where like, hey, you wanna burger this is what come? On it. Oh, you want something different? You're going to be waiting for while. So this this new service that embraced consumer control customization, and and really gave the customer and say, I want this and this and this with a full view preparation it made customers feel more engaged. More connected to the brand also says Darren subway was this healthy option to healthy, though, it pretty healthy healthy ish healthy issue. But I'll commit it's belt fresh because you could see all these fresh ingredients, and that's how customers perceived it perception, you know, it was perceived healthy ish at at subway kind of chugged along it was growing and growing any more and more popular. But then in two thousand eight subway struck marketing gold. A lot of fast food chains. Try to push big splashy deals, but the five dollars foot long says Darren was epic fell in love with the price going. Well, it's a lot of sandwich for not that much money. It really is a good deal note is I think the push the marketing so hard. I remember dollar foot long like they song. NFL Konare head the music duck it into our head people loved this deal the economic recession hit and the five dollar foot long became huge. It was kind of like the sandwich of the recession. Subway pass McDonald's in terms of locations in the United States and started approaching McDonald's in terms of store revenue. The subway itself does not own any restaurants. Those locations are all franchises. In other words. Independent business owners pay a fee to subway to open an operate a subway restaurant and they comply with certain rules and certain deals that are established by subway. For example, the locations agreed you certain ingredients, and they agreed for example to roll out the five foot long, but it is their own business. It is an independent business. A lot of fast food restaurants, like McDonald's, and Wendy's and pretty much all of them you can think of have franchises. But subway made opening a franchise location, really easy and really cheap a ton of people signed on by two thousand sixteen there were twenty seven thousand. Nd subways across the country. But then few things happened. First problem locations locations locations during said subway, had gotten a little too loose with the franchises expanded and just sold so many franchises that will opening up very close to each other and cannibalizing each other sales problem number two the market changed customers, especially millennials were falling in love with a narrow for sandwich or all of these fast Casuals to go and have a great meal and willing to spend a few more bucks just to get that quality in. You'll good about it. Probably number

Thomas Cook explores potential sale

FT News

06:30 min | 1 year ago

Thomas Cook explores potential sale

"So Capital? One is building a better Bank one that feels nothing like a typical Bank. It's why they've reimagined banking and built something completely different capital. One cafes. They offer checking accounts with no fees or minimums and savings accounts. With one of the best savings rates in America. This is banking reimagined with your needs in mind. Open an account today at any Capital One location or online in five minutes and experienced banking reimagined for yourself Capital One. What's in your wallet capital? One NA member FDIC, Michael Georgio. From the newsroom of the financial times in London. I'm Suzanne blimp, sir. Thomas Kirk the nest Hugh hundred year old UK holiday company is considering putting itself up for sale after a disastrous year when it's market cap. Timbale eighty percent Katie Martin discusses what's gone wrong. And who the potential buyers might be with anti-growth and Jonathan Guthrie. How bad is it for Thomas Cook? What did the company's recent results show? So the results from September of last year show that they swung to a pre-tax loss of one hundred twenty three million. And that's compared to nine million in profit the year before also the net debt increased to three hundred eight hundred nine million from forty million in two thousand seventeen and the share price has also taken a big hit it traded at one pound forty in may two thousand eighteen best since declined to close to twenty four point five pay. So the market doesn't like it. I mean apart from the rising debt, what is it in the results is giving investors cause for concern. I think is that the swinging to a loss in particular. So that's been the investor response, but how has management responded to the decline that's business? What can actually do about this? Well, the issue two profit warnings last year in the space of two months after that they hired a restructuring specialist called Alex partners. To work on ballot sheet and cost reduction plans and two months ago, they launched a strategic review of that airline business and included in that was the idea that they might want actually set following that Lufthansa and Ryan add both the hands up and said, we might be interested in buying Pov that business in Europe. And they also said that they'd be closing twenty one stores putting three hundred jobs at risk. I mean, having storefronts in bricks and mortar to go with this sort of business does seem somewhat strange, right? Yeah. Why think that basically travel habits at changing a lot and online travel agencies? We starting to see them to quite look better. So also holiday companies in the same sort of boats is this an industry wide phenomenon. We'll trading conditions in the UK are really challenging at the moment as weak demand increased competition and these changing travel habits, so Thomas Cook's main competitor in Europe to e as issued profit warnings as well and the budget. Airline EasyJet will say issued a downbeat outlook. So there's a lot of it about Jonathan. Can you give a flavor of the history of the company it's been going since the eighteen hundreds right? I mean, what's going wrong? Does it still have potential? Yes. Well, the thing about Thomas Cook. Of course, was it used to be a real innovator. And it started out in LeicesteR nd one of its signature successes were tools of the pyramids in eighteen sixty nine because there was this middle class growing that wanted to travel more soon as people have a bit of money they like to go on holiday and they managed to tap into that their current problems. I think are actually really rooted in the north is when Manny fun ten VO was the boss, and he doubled down on bricks and mortar he actually did a big deal with Kyle acquired five hundred more stores. Even that time this seemed like a pretty old thing to do online. Travel was already burgeoning Huey which was run in the UK by a man called P too long was very agile. They. Got into this. They were big traditional travel business than based in Germany, and they got into this. They started doing a lot of stuff online. They started offering a loss of tailored and special offers to try and differentiate themselves on Thomas, co frankly was asleep at the wheel until about twenty eleven when it had a huge debt crisis, and it's really been struggling ever since it's never quite got back on its feet. Right. So when you think about the bricks and mortar today alongside the clicks and mortar of travel company who actually walks into a shop to buy their holiday these days while I think we were talking earlier nine aside probably people over the age of sixty. I think there is probably some truth in that the way the Thomas Cook developed during the sixties and seventies. It was very much to pioneer mass tourism to the Costa's so magalogue Benadryl places like that. But a young generation of consumers very price conscious. And they can get very much more cheaply online. Now, potentially still a customer base out there that will prefer to do it in this way. But it's aging one definitely so who are the potential buyers. If that's what it comes to if the companies put up for sale while we've heard already about who might come in for the airline, which they've essentially marked for sale. The most recent rumor is that photo son from China might want to buy the whole of the business. It already has a seventeen percent stake. And there are ways that you could see that might work. You said what do you go to seventeen cents state whilst of influence that they had on the company already? Can we tell joint venture? And if you think back to Thomas Cook in LeicesteR tapping into a rising middle class. This is what I in which is basically an investment company, but it's got a big travel side. This is what I in his been doing in China with a bit of assistance from Thomas Cook. Because Chinese people more prosperous at least in the middle class. I want to go on whole day. They want to go and see the Alhambra and the Mona Lisa and the Niagara Falls. So those potentially a deal to be done there. I'd say except essentially a good match possibly. Yeah. I mean, it depends on the price and also the debt position which is hugely slippery because it's the season business. I have these huge peaks and troughs in debt, particularly when you've advertised a bunch of holidays people are signing up than they haven't paid. You yet you go up to net debt of one point six billion the most recent counts,

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"nd" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"nd" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

"This is fifteen minutes of freedom. I'm your host Ryan. I don't day. I have an incredibly special guest here actually live in the studio. Greg Kelly ND lead product formulator inside of quality. But I'll say the neuro hack of neuro hacker collective, how are you? Greg. Great great. It's wonderful to be here. It's my first time in Columbus. Ohio in town for the Arnold expo, which has been a real treat your lying. It's columbus. You're so Greg is from southern California. And if you don't know what goes on in southern California in March versus Columbus Ohio in March. You probably saw snow for one of the first time. It was awesome. It was. Yeah. I I grew up in near Boston. So it's no I played hockey as a kid. So I don't mind the snow. I wouldn't wanna live in it. But to be able to walk around in it for one night last night was definitely a treat while I love that. Because that would be what our choice would be here too in Columbus we walk around and just for one night. And then have a go way. But here it is March we've been doing. This november. So either wet I'm honored having the studio we've spent some incredible time prior to hopping live on the Mike just getting no you and seeing shore, the brilliance that is you and there's so much more behind the scenes with Gregg than just neuro hacker lack of quality a- and will impact with all that looks like, but I just start every interview Greg with an impactful question, somebody grab as you're listening to hook you into the show. So Greg with his n D background. We spoke a lot about intuitive eating. What is an intuitive eating like how would you bring somebody into learning about intuitive eating or walk them into? What that even means? Okay. So I'm intuitive eating to me would be in a sense. And I'm going to limit this to real food as opposed to anything that you could possibly eat. But it would in a sense to me mean that if I went to a menu. If I was at an all you can eat buffet if I'm trying to decide what to eat for breakfast at home that I check in somehow inside and some of me in a sense directs might choices. And what I believe is the case. And certainly it's been true for me and true for some of the people, I coached when I was in practice on this is that you almost have to build a vocabulary vocabulary like you would learning a new language, and what that means to me is typically eating a lot of a certain food and a fairly condensed period of time. So that in a sense, our brain learns about that food and the way our. Brain learns about food is through flavor. So it's called flavor learning and essence that would mean, so you go maybe to farmers market a store, and there's a new food. I'm saying vegetables fruit. You haven't had before you wanna over the next couple of weeks. Make sure you eat that in isolation, at least a few times to kind of make it a super clear thing that this flavor can be learned about and what we were talking about as part of the warm up is there hasn't been a lot of studies on this and you men's but in animals, they can correct vitamin b deficiencies which you can't taste be one as an example and going way back to the nineteen twenties. I want to say it was a doctor Adele Davis did a study in orphans and what they found in these like infants to while a couple years old to. I would think it was preschool age. They were able to correct rickets vitamin d deficiency. They were able to maintain health completely self selecting their diet from what was real foods, but with no adult supervision, so what they found in this. You know, what I think of is the forerunner of intuitive eating is that the kids that had rickets eventually on their own south selected to try cod liver oil and once they did eight it frequently enough to correct, correct? The vitamin d deficiency rapidly. But once it was corrected. They didn't have vitamin d again, right? They didn't have the cadre immoral their their in tuition was they didn't need it anymore. So I would argue for the possibility that all of us can do this. But as we talked about, I think a lot of us have mocked up the software along the way. Yes, yes. We saw talk about mucking up the software and admittedly. I have that big bold e before every episodes also before we fucked up the software on my side. I look at so much tribalism that we would have had instilled upon us. Right. From our parents, you might here's a plate of food. Here's you know, different things. Here's what we are eating. Here's what I think you should eat whenever had a chance to experiment, right? Like, we were instilled with a belief system prior to being able to determine what a belief system. Even was that pertains the food is well, yeah. Right. Like as you're discussing this orphanage study, you know, whether it's exactly right or not read

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"nd" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"nd" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"So a service animal needs to be one of those two animals and it needs to be trained. Nd to specifically perform at least one often, they do more. But at least one task that mitigates the disability of its handler so long at the survivor comes to services with an animal that meets that criteria. Then a domestic violence shelter or program cannot deny access her effect will and tell us when somebody does show up at what can a domestic violence shelter or a business for that matter. What can they legally ask someone who's trying to bring their dog into their agency or place of business? And again, this is in the United States. What can they legally ask? So you're right. It's the same two questions that applies to nonprofits including domestic violence shelters as well as businesses places of public access, and the two questions are someone could ask one is that a service animal required for disability. If the person says yes to that. And if it's not obvious, actually, I should say that that you can ask these questions if it is not already obvious that this animal is a service animal. So if the person says yes to that question than the only other question that can be asked is what tasks does it perform. So you cannot ask what disability the person has. And you cannot ask to see a demonstration of the animal performing not task. So a survivor would just tell you what work the dog or miniature horse does to support them and mitigate the disability in New Mexico. And this is why I think it's important that if there's other state coalitions, hopefully, you're listening to this and want to undertake this work for themselves that looking at your state laws around these issues is also important because in New Mexico, the New Mexico service animal act of two thousand thirteen also permit service dogs in training to have the same public access as. Fully working service dogs so long as the dog is with the person training. So that is another another caveat to that that in New Mexico. Someone could explain that they are training this dog to be a service dog for disability. And then it also has public access her and the laws that you were looking at like, you said were the New Mexico your state laws, which is so important, but it was really interesting looking at the fair housing act, which is something that usually gets overlooked. I think by a lot of people from the US department of housing and urban development. So we're gonna talk about that when we come back from our break because that's really interesting, and I also want you guys to tell us more about the definitions. So let's take a quick break. And here's some important messages from our sponsors, and we're gonna come back and continue visiting with Shauna.

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"nd" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"nd" Discussed on Mike Drop

"We're we're on a flight from san diego north island naval air station to sanca minneola nd and you know we're halfway there too short flight or whatever and and clark gets up to use the bathroom and come out and as soon as you come out of the bathroom bolt like fucking rocky balboa like both hands straight owned it was like if i can rubbed out in the in the airplane bathroom by yourself on like looking at the time it's funny but like looking back on like you sick twisted who rubs on out on a plane full of dudes go go go and saying but that was the first time i really remembered member like a gotta be known for some who sticking out as masturbation habits so that started out early on in buds one of our naval academy grads told us about a game that they play at the academy if you you jerk off in a place you own it unlike all don't put that in my head so i started playing that game around the buds compound the only time i failed as i never owned how we can i own everything else everything you come up with the surf zone you name it like i was i had a little hairtrigger getting i get in there hell week we're going through how we can have my moment we're at the pool doing our thing and i go to use the bathroom.

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"nd" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"nd" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Nd interruption of tribes is the strongest i truly truly believe that i think the third one means nothing i think the first one in the in the end really does mean nothing i think it's a second one well i would say that in the last couple of survivor seasons that we've had sort of these big ten person tribes and we swap after six days it seems as though that i tried means a lot where we have navy saying hey let's keep nevada together and then it was sort of like at the partner for that finally when bradley went home we had in the game changers that the i think it was nuku that tribe they were very much nuku strong in cambodia that it was that average by on group so for whatever reason you put people together for six days they don't go to a tribal council they feel like that they are very tight i think it's once group goes to a tribal council that's where i think the cracks start to form and when we swap after two short amount of time i really think that it comes down to that people think everything's just honky dory and wanna stay with their original group yeah safe maybe it's somewhat experiences and you guys were together for so long yeah yeah i was on three directions of tribes and it wasn't on ceremoniously booted from one so that kind of remember me cut back with them but that second tribe that tribe where it was like there was five of us and you know it was sonapur plus me i just felt like that was my lot till the end of the game.

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"nd" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"nd" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nder which russia's called an emergency session at the united nations security council later today we're joined by npr's michele kellerman which the idea here michelle well the russians really want to criticize the us the uk and france for carrying out this military strike they called the meeting yesterday as well trying to head off this this inevitability i guess vladimir putin the russian president is calling the military action and active aggression against a sovereign state that violates the un charter russia has always denied that syria has been using chemical weapons and claims that the attacks were staged by rebels to draw in the us knits partners and was saying look washington already bears a heavy responsibility for what he called the bloody outrage in yugoslavia iraq and libya of course russia has has assets on the ground troops on the ground don't they right and that was one of the things they were warning the us about i mean the the russians have been supporting this syrian government not only diplomatically for all these years in the security council but also with military force and they've been heavily involved and they claim that they went and looked at the site of the low most reason alleged chemical weapons attack and said they found no evidence james often the united states dries and britain and france tragic it to the un security council to take some action on syria or another question and then vetoed by russia is this just a case where russia's going to try and get the security council to take some kind of action and they don't have the votes.

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"nd" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"nd" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The hillary i it's very very norrish three ypc as the natural way radio should i was reading a any bardnersville article in the end easter hammer about this saw indive to rebuild of the north's split there's some people there are too happy with this thing loosely take a different direction right and we're talking about that area where the interstates sixty five and seventy meet near east tense street and college in massachusetts avenues and downtown nd we've drag matt bear back in studio with us from the traffic center met oh map this has got the possibility to go off the rails pretty bad correct yeah this is a canada's i don't want to see a scary situation because the bottom line one thing we have to remember is this is like this catastrophe of an ice sixty died of a project in a sense that no matter what happens i mean th they're going to be abel to do this so they're gonna be able to go they're going to be able to get the land they're going to say hey we're going to build this thing regardless of the public input now they are taken the public input number sugar listening to everybody but the money is there and things going to be done with the north would are used to be called us we getty bowl back in big jungil estates everything in the air yes sentence he'll be done here and that's the thing so you have a lot of people that are very upset of right now at one of these groups as uncalled rethink 65 seventy coalition i live in the band subdistrict which you set him where's right off the nor split there and signs are starting to pop up you know rethink sixty five seventy nor splitting all the different kinds of signs and everything else in in i i feel there apply i i understand while i am a proponent of rebuilding this nor split because we talked about it before we drive on this thing you have your fingers crossed your you get a grip on the.

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"nd" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"nd" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Yes there is like but i i liked that even in that moment we stick to the plan of keeping action offscreen yeah it's only related afterwards when we get to donna and josh for the first time donna first mentions max whilst his giving of rundown down to two josh and we don't know who that is and josh says her case speaking on the first lady ever meeting with maximum worrying yeah acts taking care of the script is so far ahead of the audience and we'll find out for so long it was only until i watched the episode for the second time that i really caught that line and understood it the first time it just kind of sailed past me i mean it's not even the first time i've seen episode but but even on relaunching i it didn't catch lateyear but then when i watched it again for the show this week it's like oh he already knows that he has this you know he's basically hamstrung max and we but we aren't gonna find that out for awhile yeah screwed freedom over already this scene actually know the first seen in fact one between josh nd on it to me is one of those things that i'm still trying to learn as a writer which is that you have a seen that kind of just feels like that law is just a chat between two people and almost everything in this scene while feeling like casual back and forth you know josh donna chemistry ends up coming back later in the episode specifically they bring up the proof reading the hhs chapter of this mission is ready for uprooted woman was supposed to do cells this but you don't do it yourself so you want me to do it which of course since i biting him in the asked later in the episode and not even proofing that particular thing a totally different thing but it's planted kind of perfectly in a scene that feels otherwise a little fluffy and it's just sort of proof that even in these trips when you get scenes the just feel like oh this is just a characterbuilding moment they usually have something to do with plot and is why it's such a fund read now in all three is that the kind of thing.

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"nd" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"nd" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"We need to be scared yes we will apps out that's a good to be scared yeah the in an already at the beef gaethuse you know what's going on around you you're a lurd and the like the so you want teachers to be armed why are you y y john why is that just like like no no no wait a minute wait a minute because i'm looking at the clock here because we most of us in talking about teachers being armed most of which you read is teachers oughta teach teachers have enough to do teachers are there to instruct never have i heard anybody say teachers are unhinged can be unhinged i haven't heard that until today to help protect us at the same time but guns actually be protecting us is the real thing well that's that's that's the perfect question john you were going to federal erred erred and never going to go to rami you're really quickly so um between the time of 1998 in two thousand six there was a a study done in our nd corporation study in the near police department the hit rate on the amount of times they shot and actually hit with you were trying hit with eighteen percent it said these he will go to school to add marksmanship this oh you are making the point and add a point that teachers exactly they it will be even lower right if it'd be a lot lower because he's a proven cast sign up to do this okay catholic roaming has a different attitude about this oh gnawed greet you should not have a gun like mr longer i feel like someone should have a gun the school i don't want to have resource on you know we had security guards which are basically glorify marker i not.

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"nd" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"nd" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

"With nd tennessee outing downing yeah that's always a group i mean there are a bunch of what they've been day out there all draftage a it's some younger guys qiao crabs joe marino they're really good john led yard and what they were looking for from me is you know like they do a mock draft but they don't really know the pro sidel and like i don't think that's what the bucks would do or you know the bears really should go receiver so i'm like they're director a pro scouting kinda which is a you know the two sites expanding it's been really fun i've been like a week of our pumped out a couple of articles they're all down and mobile obviously so could stuff awesome well we make disconnection i'm sure you didn't yet but you know cow crabs from my home town i didn't i met here last combine and he owns the sites and now siham next combines good dude yeah awesome guys you what the wilson same high school was um judge netti terry collins john gilmore he went to kinda are henny came out in uh we were we were on the morelli training uh him in any where the big names come out of the ada your what's right that's right all right so i wanted to go over the awards in the game saturday night we will have the nfl awards and it's always found they do with the nfl honours now but i wanted to discuss some you know with someone that really watches the tape and israeli into it like i am so we'll just go with the major awards and you can discuss who you think is in the running and then why you picked who you picked and why don't we start with the biggest one and and.

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"nd" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

Black Girl Nerds

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"nd" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

"Yes this is not so far away and speaking of great looks we have ruth carter she's the costume designer said we talked with her so they moved us out of hannas headquarters and back into the sat where we initially were with natan nd and martin and she brought out her i don't know is it like the costume bible like it was the sia area flicked costuming book yeah with book um with all of the art or all of the costume designs i should say for the characters the lead characters in the film and it was it was gorgeous yeah and i would say no to lake she will first of all there'd be like points were she would flip to a page but like nope can't see that right like like the costume would give too much away but i would say though to lake she very much talked about how each costume as far as the characters were concerned dictated their status because this is a royal house flick of lineage of such and so because of that everyone's costume kind of says who they are and their status and and how she was detailed in that and then something that they also we're going to do which is that you know the door malaysia if you had a shaved head your of higher rank like vow was going to any part of it because like florence two did the great wine from civil war move or you will be moved like you know she was shade and then they were going to do denies shaved and then she came back and said but then ride is one of the mall shave so that we just moved i got florence and deny mixed up because we actually watched some dailies of well actually was being film.

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"nd" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"nd" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Professional or find other likeminded doctors that have co experienced nd eased with patients i've interviewed them when i was wondering if you have coming contact with any well i've spoken to a number of from and my interviews were quite intimate them personal because they were people that i was taken care of with the time when they have their experiences um and i started having extended visit uh not just in his hospital room but shortly after he got out of a hospital i think he was granted his brother's house for a while and i went there baron and i went to his home when he was well enough to go home when he came to my home and we met for extended visit and talked about the the thing that we learned on what what benefit areas a come from all of their son i think i concluded that there are one of the most important things we we learn from these experiences empathy and if we can begin to have empathy for the way others are feeling then we can begin to help one another empathy for patients or just in general but in general for everyone around a high uh when we can there's something about a neardeath experience or a share death phenomenon as they are calling it when you have an experience with someone new adam neardeath experience i think you begin to see people in the world differently and one of the things you start to see is you see them as yourself and you feel what they're feeling you and jeff both talked about your near death experience is how you could fence the feeling of others s i haven't personally happened near death experience but i've been a part of many and i've had the experience of feeling what others are feeling and knowing what they're thinking and initially it's very unsettling almost disturbing and then you had to begin to realize what's going on and then you as you become more accustomed to it you learn how to take fat feeling or that discernment and turn it into something positive and help the person the the your having an encounter where now did you ever have religious background or you said you spiritually inclined to me a little bit about your background um i uh have a religious background.

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