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Fresh update on "nicole." discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown
"You need your at the doctor and you don't get way like you can speak up for yourself and i. That was an example of me not simply stepping on the scale. Thanks for me as an weird trigger. So i was able to do it backwards but for else that's still might be triggering so just thought i'd throw in that encouragement and then to to piggyback off. What you were saying about being in a relationship and not feeling like you have the ability to leave if it's unhealthy. When i sat down with my business manager to really go over some stuff. She told me that she was so proud of me for it because you know when her dad died her. Mom didn't know what in the world to do. So maybe you could speak to that because it might not be that you're an unhealthy relationship. Might be that your partner passes away and then you're just left hanging. That's the next thing i was going to say. It's the number one time that women come to me is when their husbands die or they got divorced and they say well. I have no choice. Now take my financial shows together. Because you know i don't have my husband or my partner to rely on anymore and i think that we can do this proactively because once it gets reactive you are just losing some of your power right. You are in the thick of a tragedy. You're probably not making the best decisions and it's like if you've got a diagnosis. It's so easy to start understanding the benefits of eating healthy after. God forbid the cancer diagnosis but trying to be proactive. About that is more challenging. And so i like to say well maybe we should be eating healthy all along and then it won't feel as chaotic when those things inevitably happen. Tragedy inevitably happens what we saw from. The pandemic last year is that we will have emergencies and were emergencies on top of emergencies. Because that's typically how they happen they have been in doubles or triples or even more and so. Yeah people now. Like oh i know what you're talking about the -mergency fund but before it was like there's gonna be no emergency. My relationship is fine a pandemic. that's ridiculous that's never going to happen. And so i think it's about putting your big girl pants on and knowing that listen. We know how this story ends. It's not funds. Used to talk about dying. Especially if you have kids but you should be thinking about those types of things with wills and advanced directives and what. The plan is if your spouse dies. Where are the passwords. And in fact it's better to have a handful of that earlier and you can do that in baby steps so i think before it gets to that triage mode. It's hard to take your vitamins in triage mode right before you have to get a tour naked. I like that analogy. How does comparison to other sometimes feed into our anxiety. And maybe how someone else's finances look or how they're doing and i don't know just speak to that comparison of beef of joy as we know and i think that it's easy to keep changing the goal posts on yourself and once you can articulate your goals. This is how i started this discussion about not being able to talk about my career goals which are linked to my finances. Of course after i was able to articulate them then i realized that people on social media is goals are not mine and so you win this game but only if you right and create the rules and stop changing the goalposts on yourself. So if i said hey amy. My goal for the next year is to have a long chair from target outside in a little cottage from in maine or whatever. And i see somebody on instagram with this awesome yacht. And i'm like oh my gosh. I'm not doing anything with my life. I suck. I'm not reaching my goal. This person is crushing it. But it's not on my list. I don't need a yacht chair on their thing. I need to remind myself that those were not my priorities. That wasn't on my goals list. So i think that in order to meet your goals we inevitably can't keep changing that goalpost on ourselves like we'll be happy when we got there there becomes there and we never got our brand to the other side of feeling successful or happy that way gap. That's important to remember is just focusing on what what you actually wanted instead of somebody else changing the narrative for you okay. So you're definitely a busy woman. Allow going on so. Is there ever a time that you have fouled just completely burnt out lutely and this is the core of my. Last book beckoning superwoman. I was in the middle of my second book launch. I had a national show. I from outward appearances looked like i was on top of the world which is when i had a complete mental emotional physical breakdown. An emergency admittance to the psych ward. That made me rethink everything. And it was only at that moment that i knew burn out was i mean. I self prescribed not drugs or alcohol for the of this trauma that i was telling you about but work i so much of my life and it was only at two o'clock in the morning with my shrink and my assistant at where i had to cancel everything. I finally realized that nothing matters self care and emotional wellness as the biggest asset reliability in your career. And so i wrote about this four becoming superwoman and at first you know macbook team was like wait a minute. Waitering going into the self-help world. I'm like no no we're going. We're in the business section of the bookstore. Because i truly think that nothing else is more important. I think that it can bring you more success than you imagined when it's on point and it can bring you to rock bottom like it did for me when it's not so when you say self care what does that look like for you. I think it looks different every single day. I mean there are days that i start with gratitude journaling and not looking at my phone for the first hour and then there are days that i wake up with an eyelash on my forehead and event he coffee and on instagram with my ex-boyfriend sister's dogs page. And you know that happens to. And so i am for more good days than bad days but i realized that i had a lifetime of bad habits and only a lifetime of good habits is going to counteract that and i often think of balance as a verb instead of a noun and oftentimes we use balance as i found balance. And so after you left the hospital. I went through a long recovery. Went to an outpatient program for a long time. It all these different therapies. And i looked at it from a really analytical lists way i wanted the data and the science and so i approached it like i do finances and i wanted these steps. That didn't want woo like tree. Hugging stuff. And i was determined to get better and you know after a good period of time devoting my life to this. I felt like i found balance but it was only. Then that got cocky. And i was like okay. Well now i have another project. I'll get back to that balanced later. And i felt like i was on the verge of another breakdown wherein another bout of burnout. Because i didn't cultivate it. It's not something that you near done with and you're like cool. i'm cured. Were good like let's just get back to the same old working eighteen hours the jay and not taking time for yourself or any of that stuff. Because you're cured no. It's not like it's under a couch. i found it. It's there it's something that's constantly in motion and it's something that you constantly have to work on but for me you know. It's never like a perfect solution. I'm not an expert. I never became an expert in balance only became an expert in the skills that i need to ultimately regain my balance when inevitably i will lose it again. Is it difficult for you to say no to opportunities. Because i'm sure you you're already doing alive and i'm sure there's a lot that comes across your table that you have to make a decision about psych class problems for sure i mean i think you i have worked in this business long enough to be able to say no to still pay the bills and do all the things and so. I'm so grateful for that opportunity and for me saying no the best way to approach it is realizing that saying yes to something i can't do..
Washington (Com)Post Video Encourages 'White Accountability Groups to Combat Racism'
"Oh, my God. White accountability groups. People to call her on things because she's white is Washington Post. You don't get it. You don't get it. I don't get it and I don't get them. And Rassmann, Menachem. We gotta gather white people. Get together about race. Okay, let's go. Wrong things that we have been taught in history class. I realized that I needed to go back and unpack and Reorganised everything that I had learned because it was completely through a white lens. This is exactly what these books Are all about critical race theory is all about and now the Washington Post is all back. Unbelievable. Go ahead. Most of us in doing this work have experienced this where there's a period of deep shame for being white, and I have no shame for being white. Being a red blooded American male. Being who I am. I have no shame whatsoever. And bothered anybody. Don't worry, Chuck Todd says. This is a figment of a Republican imagination to get ticks and hits and and and just just to stir things up. And don't worry. Nicole Jones or whatever the hell are name is? Oh, yeah, yeah, Same thing. It's all a conspiracy
Stop a Panic Attack and Lower Anxiety With Nicole Cain
"While i am here with dr nicole kain. She's a naturopathic doctor with a masters in clinical psychology and. She is on a mission. To turn. Anxiety sufferers into anxiety freedom warriors. Dr nicole you. I know are about to drop some amazing knowledge. Moms for us in all anxiety sufferers so. Welcome to the show. I'm so glad you're here. I am so excited to be here. Thank you for having me absolutely well. Let's dive in. So i think the question on a lot of people's minds i is. What exactly is a panic attack. Specifically maybe what's a panic attack versus and anxiety attack or heart attack or stress. A this is a common question. And i feel like when people have the answers. It's really reassuring to know. Okay this is what's going on because once we know what's going on we know what to do about it and so a panic attack is where we have a burst of extreme anxiety and fear and panic attacks come out of nowhere oftentimes and so when someone's experiencing a panic attack there are often emotional symptoms and physical symptoms so examples of emotional symptoms may be forboding a fear of dasa fear of losing control. People may feel complete in sheer panic but they also may feel a little bit like they're in a fog or maybe a little dissociated which is a term that defines when we feel like we're not quite connected to either the world around us or to our bodies and then physical symptoms can range head to tell because with a panic attack. Your body is having what's called an odd onomic arousal response
Keeping Kids Safe Around Water this Summer
"After you've had this experience what do you wish you would have done differently. I think leads really well into our second takeaway here. That was a great question in. You're exactly right so easy to just say. Oh well i was watch my kids. I mean i was on the couch. Though he was sitting on the couch. You know ten feet away from me. The room was filled with people young. Since read this line that everybody is watching the pool. The nobody's watching the pool and is usually the settings when it happens from there is a big people when we were just sort of all busy like just cleaning up in things in and it was so fast but the second takeaway. But i wish we'd really known with levi that we should have had layers of protection in place since toddlers most often drown when they aren't expected water. Those layers are so important looking back. There were so many things that we should have done differently. It was really hate to call it because there's nothing perfect about it but the perfect storm in a sense. The first layer of protection supervision. We weren't supervising and we were all in the room tons of supervision. Too much supervision. I guess really so but that layer failed. We did not see him. Slip out that back door. The door could have been dead bolted. It wasn't could have been door alarm but again we were on vacation. These more things that that we had now. Of course i could have even ordered portable amazon. Fifteen dollars brought them with could have asked my husband go sit on the balcony it till we go crap hunting. We didn't even realize. We thought kids john when they were swimming so it wasn't like something that was like really on our radar and going back to the supervision. Bet so what you're saying there is when there's all the adults watching. None of the adults are watching right. So when you're swimming when you're around water you need to have one adult that is in charge of watching one child or designated the toddler because otherwise you think everybody's watching the children s. This cannot be emphasized enough during the transition tons. I'm not even talking about when you're swimming. It is when you go inside to eat lunch. It is when you go inside for the birthday party to open the presence. It is when you're packing up the car. When the cookout is over and the two year old one all stories these are all the parents i know are the stories it. You're packing up. The car from the fourth of july cookout and the three year olds somehow makes her way back to the pool from the front yard where you thought they were helping. Load the stuff in the car. This is when it is happening
How To Get The Raise You Deserve, Without Costing You Your Job (In A Pandemic!)
"Week. we got an email with the subject line. I need a raise exclamation boy. And i am here for that exclamation the email said. How do i go about asking for a raise without jeopardising losing my job or causing bad blood between me and my employer. The person who wrote this email didn't sign their name. So i'm gonna assume they wanna stay anonymous then that's totally cool. I'll just call them. John so dear john. You need a raise. Don't we all join the glove. Here's something i've learned time and again throughout the course of my career. It is extremely rare. We are talking ufo citing rare for a raise to be handed to you so many people especially young people. Tell me that they expected when they made it in the real world that they'd be working for a company that guarantees and x percent raise every single year. Where did this idea come from. I don't remember seeing a raise. Ferry in any of the disney movies. I grew up on so does the does not happen. Especially not today in the world of startups where the grind is so so more than likely if you want a raise if you deserve a raise and be really really really honest if were the boss. Would you give you a raise. You're going to have to ask for one and a lot of us. Have the very same worries that john wrote about in his email. We get anxious about whether or not asking for raises going to make us seem ungrateful or hurt. Our relationship with our boss and because of how unemployment has skyrocketed this year. If you have a job you also have an intense desire to keep it. And i get that i've been there. I have asked for raises at gotten both nose and yeses to here are the five tried and true tips. That have worked for me. I set yourself up for success. Think really carefully about the best time to approach your boss. Five thirty pm on a crazy busy monday. Probably not the best time at five thirty pm on a summer. Friday hard no the same day. Your boss has a one on one meeting with your ceo about budgets. Yup steer clear of that time to actually steer clear of any day. Your boss has a budget meeting even if a budget meeting goes perfectly. They're still really buccaneer stressful. So instead shoot for a time that you know your boss is going to be in a good mood or the chances are pretty likely that they'll be in a good
Armenia Votes in Election Triggered by War Defeat
"Iran's neighbor to the north Armenia is also holding really significant elections this weekend. They're heading to the polls in snap parliamentary elections on Sunday to defuse a political crisis of the country following its defeat in last year's war with Azerbaijan over the territory of Nagorno Karabakh. Voters face a tough choice between an embattled prime minister and a former strongman president. The BBC's Ron Dmitry reports campaigning in the North eastern Armenian town of oblivion, the incumbent union asks several 100 of his supporters gathered under the hot sun. If Armenia has a future that that guy Yes, The people apply for a man to me put up on that. When we say future, we mean you because you are the future of Armenia. You are going to build it with your own hands because you are the pillar. You have proved it in the last seven months in November last year, a six week war with Azerbaijan over Nagorno Karabakh. Ended in humiliation for medium the country lost swathes of territory and up to 4000 servicemen died. Many of them young recruits. That is a huge number for a small nation of three million. Oh, okay, well, Azerbaijan celebrated victory in Armenia. Many regarded a Russian brokered truce signed by Nicole Passion, You treacherous Months of protests by the opposition demanded his resignation. He offered early elections. Instead, 22 parties and four political blocs are contesting the Sunday vote. All three former president of Independent Armenia are taking part in the race.
Joy Reid Is a Propagandist and a Bigot, Pushing Her Ideology on Others
"Propaganda is in a bigot. You want to debate it? That's debated joy. Here she goes, and she has Nicole Hannah Jones on Who is not a historian. She was writing for The New York Times, and she pushed this 16 19 project and she's pushed it into your schools. And the 16 19 project is an offshoot of critical race theory. Just so, you know. And one Pulitzer Prize winning legitimate historian after another, not right wing left wing or anyway Has condemned her phony scholarship. All out there for anyone to read, and by the way. I take her on in the book, too. And the 16 19 project. I told you Two rather comprehensive book Cut. Nine Go. You're you're seeing these things enacted at the same time that some of the same voices are attacking black lives matter. Which a lot of what's amazing about this. Troy Reed. She'll never come on a show like mine. So she talks to herself she brings on guests. Who are who are Puppets. Basically, she bounces off her own ideology. That's it, That's all she does. Go ahead. People have joined a movement of young white people who joined which their maybe their parents and grandparents don't like and when you're also seeing this national security What You're seeing these things enacted at the same time that some of the same voices are attacking black lives matter which a lot of young white people have joined white people are joined. Maybe their parents and grandparents don't like you're seeing this national security threat of white nationalism. Go ahead. Of white nationalism that is actually threatening the lives of people in state capital. We saw a lot of riots in the streets from black lives matter and teeth and other thugs. Which was really threatening the lives of people in the streets, including black lives. Did you miss that joy? Where were you? Were you with the other joy from the view?
How to Empower People to Solve Their Own Legal Problems
"Start by telling you a story about danielle. When she was a senior in college. Danielle's dad passed away which left her mom with no way to support herself so danielle had to drop out of college and pick up. Three jobs is a barista a bar. Tender nicole washer altogether three jobs pay danielle twenty three thousand dollars per year which wasn't a whole lot but allowed her to feed her mom and keep a roof over their head and for danielle. That was enough but early one morning when danielle was driving home from one of her jobs. A deer in front of her car. She swerved off the road and crashed into a bar. And then y'all doesn't remember exactly what happened next but when she woke up in hospital a few hours later a doctor told her that she had damaged her brain stem and c one vertebrae now. The good news is that danielle was gonna leave the hospital alive. The bad news is that danielle had fifty five thousand dollars in medical bills now. Did y'all tried so hard for the next two years to try and pay back that debt but it was impossible. It was impossible for danielle to pay back fifty five thousand dollars in medical bills. Earning just twenty three thousand dollars per year. She felt trapped. One freak accident put danielle on the verge of homelessness hunger poverty. And when you're in daniel shoes bankruptcy is a lifeline. It's a powerful legal tool that allows you to relieve your debt and reenter the economy medical emergency job loss divorce. These are financial shocks. That could happen to any of us and when you're living paycheck to paycheck and don't have a whole lot of savings like so. Many americans. a financial shock can ruin your life. Bankruptcy gives you a second chance. Then you'll want to go find a bankruptcy lawyer. She like so many others filing for bankruptcy learned that it was going to cost her fifteen hundred dollars. She can have that kind of money. I mean what a cruel irony in america it costs you fifteen hundred dollars to tell the court that you have no money when you walk into a court everyone from the judge clerk the form themselves will tell you to go find a lawyer no matter how little money you have
Leonard, George Help Clippers Beat Jazz, Cut Deficit to 2-1
"The Los Angeles Clippers grabbed an important win in their second round playoff series against the Utah Jazz with a one thirty two one oh six victory the clippers cut Utah's best of seven series lead to two games to one hitting fifty six percent of their field goal attempts quite Leonard led the clippers with thirty four points and twelve rebounds the biggest thing is that we made shots and open looks leave me you know you wanna come down tonight we do not Paul George added thirty one points including thirteen in the second quarter as Los Angeles took a fifteen point lead into the half Reggie Jackson Nicole but to meet score seventy points apiece for the clippers Donovan Mitchell led the jazz with thirty points game seven a set for Los Angeles on Monday I'm Jim Bernard
Do You Need a Personal Assistant?
"A personal assistant can really take away a lot of stress from your personal life. Just think about all the things that you hate to do outside of work things that when you're doing him you're like man. I rather just be doing something else. Rather be having fun rather be relaxing or getting a massage. This often is a conversation. A lot of busy people have in their head. They have such a busy lifestyle because of family obligations because of their business of course it takes a lot of their time that their personal time is so limited and it becomes even more limited because of all the personal tasks they have to do whether it's picking up laundry or like. I said grocery shopping or cooking dinner or cleaning the house or making weekend plans or even shopping for clothes. Many people get personal assistant because they want to basically spend all their personal time doing things they love now. Is that a good investment in your business. Well i said yes because if you have more time to relax and to recharge and do things you enjoy you'll be allow more productive at work in your business. You'll be recharged like i mentioned now. Many people will hire a personal assistant or assistance to do Several things for their personal life. Then those will go a different role the hire services to take care of certain tasks and this is actually a good way to get started and to test out of this is worth your money. If you actually think it's worth it for example nicole. And i spent about a year where we just felt so busy. We couldn't cook our own meals or own dinners. So we hired a nutritionist and a chef to cook meals and send it to us to our house and we would heat up these meals and eat them five days a week. On the weekend we treat ourselves Out
Dr. Nicole Saphier Says Dr. Fauci Has a Hard Time Admitting When He's Wrong
"I'm running out of time, but it's important. I'd like to get you your your thoughts on this being a medical professional. Dr Fauci is not personal. I get it. I I do I get it. Mistakes are made. Mistakes are made in medicine and science all the time. It happens. Everyday. Mistakes are made everywhere. In engineering architecture. We have playing failures, bridge failures that happens. My problem with the way Dr Fauci is handle. This is honestly not personal. He's a public figure. He's not a private doctor. You have taken it. You are a doctor. You deal with patients, and that's your private. But you have a public face to and that public face obviously is open to scrutiny. You just said you were attacked for daring to say the lab lead theory. He didn't go whining in the corner Me and you know each other. You never DME. Oh, my gosh. Dan, This is so horrible. You never emailed me. Can you back? It happens. My problem with Dr Fauci is he's playing this victim game now. He clearly made some decisions based on information that was awful, clearly put out information that was awful. And if it's not open to public scrutiny, then why are we paying medical professionals to be in public service? What's the point? I felt Dr Fauci in my eyes is a scientific purist. I mean, there's a reason he's been in his rolled for decades, but unfortunately in the time of crisis, he was waiting for large, randomized controlled trials, and we needed to move much faster. But the biggest in my opinion is Achilles heel that from Dr Fauci during this time of crisis is he has a hard time admitting when he's wrong. I don't know how many times over the last year and a half I have Let me look into it or okay. You know what information change. We were wrong two weeks ago. Here's new information, but he can't do that. He has a hard time saying I was wrong. He just says, Well, you know, I knew this, but you weren't ready to hear this information or I knew this, But I didn't trust you that you are going to go hoard the masks like that. That is not good. That's almost condescending.
Dr. Nicole Saphier on the Politicization of COVID-19
"Spectacular folks. I encourage you to go pick it up. And you have been preaching about this from the beginning How politics sadly has gotten in the way of a field of medicine. You practice dutifully your entire adult life. Explain to us the premise of the book, And I mean the obvious political interference you've seen here from the start, which which should have been just pure medical advice. Turned into a political battle. Well, Dan. I mean, it's hard to feel deja vu right now. I mean, so, here we are. We are June 2021, but all of the same issues that were being brought up a year ago. Now re emerging themselves. So let's think back. I mean, it was early or late spring where I was asked in an interview, you know? Is it a possibility that you know the virus didn't come natural spillover. And I said, You know, Yeah, There's a lot of strange occurrences that happened at the coronavirus Mecca Research eight miles from the From the, Um, wet market, So it's really we have to make sure we go into that. And when I was writing the book, I talked to a couple of high level officials and they said, you know, listen, you can't can't count out the possibility of the lab origin. And yet I was quote unquote tried to be canceled. I had CNN, an Esquire inbox, writing articles about me saying that you know, I'm spreading conspiracy theories, and I've been debunked by real experts. But then it was more than that, right. We were talking about our guests are being over counted. Hospitalizations being over counted and it just was what? It was a time of crisis where people really were struggling. It just turned into chaos, and it didn't need to be. But now, here we are again. We're starting to see counties that are changing their overall death counts and their hospitalization rates saying You know what these were over counted, and it's like, Well, hold on, guys. Jeez, like science should be a little bit more black and white,
Delta Flight Lands Safely After Onboard Incident
"A passenger tried to break into the cockpit yesterday afternoon and was then restrained by others. Onboard hogtied in hand, carried down the narrow aisle all the way to the back of the airplane. This flight attendant had to subdue a passenger after he got up and banged on the door to the cockpit. The delta flight from Elliott to Nashville and all of its 168. People on board had to be diverted to Albuquerque. You can hear the man repeatedly yelling, Stop this plane. You're in a written statement, the airline said, thanks to the crew and passengers of Delta flight, 3 86 l e X to Nashville who assisted in detaining an unruly passenger. That's Nicole Comstock of K. C. B s. The infamous Gate 35
The Tulsa Race Massacre: Where Are the Reparations?
"Week was one hundred years right. Since the tulsa race massacre occurred this is when a mob of white people with support from local politicians and the police killed an estimated. Three hundred black americans burned down over one thousand two and fifty homes destroyed businesses. And all of this in the greenwood district of tulsa oklahoma. Which by the way was known as black wall street because it was so thriving so dynamic so filled with life and economic potential. Well okay no surprise. None of the white attackers were ever convicted for this crime which happened after a false report of a black teenager attacking a white girl. The girl later dropped the charges but white local media ran a racist article with an inflammatory headline which essentially incited the mob attack. So okay the role of media and journalism historically in this country. Let's take a look at that. Also white media. There helped cover up what happened in this. Like incredible part of the united states in the greenwood district barely any mentioned in the newspapers in textbooks government officials locals so finally one hundred years later. There is a reckoning happening in mainstream establishments. I have a question whether or not if george floyd had not been murdered. You know how extensive with these commemorations be but president biden visited tulsa this week. It's the first time a. Us president has done so to acknowledge what happened in greenwood. He did meet with survivors. I posted this jamila from nicole. Hannah jones who by the way shoutout were watching out for you and unc is are on that what nicole hannah jones said was the only thing i'm interested in right. Now is the reparations
Dr. Fauci Inconsistent on MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace Show
"Bounty scam. I mean, she's falling for every skin. Really, not that bright. And so Fauci, of course, goes on that show knowing she's not that bright and he'll be able to say whatever he wants. And he said this interesting thing on the show yesterday gonna play for you in a second. The odd thing about it is odd, given his history of saying contradictory things is he's actually right. So if he's right in this appearance with Nicole Wallace, then what do you complaining about, then? I'll explain on the other side. Check this out. And what they didn't seem to understand. I guess that's understandable that they didn't understand it is that science is a dynamic process. So something that you know, in January. You make a recommendation or a comment about it. But as you get more and more information, the information leads you to change because that's what science is. It's a self Correcting process. So when you hear someone say something at one point and then I think that would be inappropriate. Couple things on this left this do not believe science is an evolving dynamic process. Can we just put that out there? Toe left this listening? No, we do. Dan. We definitely believe it's time to really can. How come you keep telling us the science is settled. On climate change. How many times have you heard that? If science is a dynamic, evolving process, then how can science ever be settled? I'm just asking. I've had Let's not get sidetracked, though. Let's stick to the point here. Found. She's right. Ladies and gentlemen, I want to give a fair assessment of his comments yesterday on the disgrace in the cold, Wallace show. Science, his dynamic and evolving It changes all the time. He's absolutely accurate. My criticism with Fauci is not
Farmers Are Feeling the Pain as Drought Spreads in the Northwest
"Nicole burg's wheat is so short and sparse. She doesn't think that combine can reach it without eating. Rocks combines don't like dirt and rocks at all like it. They don't like to eat them. They'll get indigestion. Berg is a dry land wheat farmer in the sweeping horse heaven hills of southeast washington state. She puts out one head amid a sea of wheat. See how the we had his curled like that and then you break into it you might have some berries down here but this will be empty all empty. There's no week in inside the we'd head. The berg's aren't the only one suffering. The region is bone dry from near the canadian border. Clear to the edge of nevada and the drought is spreading west over the cascades. Jeff mardi is a drought expert for the washington state department of ecology. He says despite good snowpack it hasn't been this dry since the nineteen twenty s. You know the story of the your gatien haves and have nots. Meaning those folks who Get their water from rivers or storage are probably going to be fine For their your gatien needs but the dry land users and the folks that have cattle that depend on forage on the ranch lands. They may be more challenged looking ahead. Marty says the warming climate mean more rain for the north west but also much less snowpack that melts sooner. That could stress water supplies even more this spring. It's also been windy here. Further drying out the landscape like a blow dryer on the east end of the columbia river gorge cattle rancher. Gary has is having a hard time to recently. Sold seventy mother cows with calves at their sides. To another operator out of wyoming. They had many more good cavs in them and he hated to see them go but he has no grasp to keep them.
Nicole Gibbons: How Her Company, Clare, Upended the Paint Industry
"I kept exploring different mark opportunities and i came across the pain. Or you know as a designer. I was super passionate about color. And i realized this industry was archaic. The shopping experience was broken. And that's how. I knew. I had a good opportunity might lands. It's amazing actually talk about that because a lot of people think there's like an idea in the middle of the night and someone jumps out of bed and starts their company but what you just described was so thoughtful such a thoughtful process of what you wanted to do and establish your as you say your credentials in your credibility and then then you saw an opening in the market. I mean ask a very simple question. How did you come up with the name. Yeah so. I saw that. All the brands paint. Were hyper masculine. So you know. Benjamin moore darren williams dutch boy. You know they all sound like dudes and plaid shirts and i know from my experience in home that the people who really making the caller decisions in household women and i felt like brands were failing to appeal. The women So i intentionally wanted a name. That was feminine approachable. Easier member friendly sounding Annan name that could be personified so you really build the personality around the brown. And then lastly. I wanted a name that tied back to some deeper meaning unrelated related to color so clear comes from a latin root word laris. That means bright and brilliant And so the word play their felt really appropriate because both brilliant in terms of being innovative in for thinking but also in terms of dollar in. Was you know it kind of checked. All those boxes and it was originally just a working title. Because i wasn't sure what to call the brand but after while it just felt right and sort of stock to the first steps. You took to get this vision off the ground. Yeah so i. I really thought about it for about a year You know super busy in mike company kept thinking like this is such a good idea. How do i make this happened. What do i do to focus my attention. So i thought of this is an idea being twenty six sixteen and then really kind of thought about it off and on the entire year In in the meeting twenty seventeen january you know he wake up on the first of the year and it's kind of like new year new me. What am i gonna do with my life this year. i came back to the idea for clarendon. Like if i don't do this now i probably will never do it. So what are the steps. You take to need to take to make this happen. So i decided to take a quarter off. Vermeille designed firm. I was in a lucky position. That was wrapping up a couple of projects from but two thousand sixteen and so i finished up those products. But i didn't take on any new clients. And i spent i said to myself one quarter shoe explore the opportunity to talk to people in the paint industry figure out. You know how. I might go about doing this. And also get the company
Confessions of a Microinfluencer
"Is chick truck really social media app. This says got me thinking or is it a marketplace and also got a million bucks like kylie. I have so many questions here. So i reached out to influence her manager. Zack fitch and micro influencers matt warren egg to get some answers matt zach. Welcome to many rehab a thank you so much for having it. We love your show. It's awesome. yeah it's good to be on good to see in person. Thank you until our listeners. A little bit about your cells. Yes so i'm and i am the trader of fifty dates to states. My name's zack. And i originally was a tiktok influencer. And i started helping people get brand deals so i ended up creating a company called ubiquitous influence with a bunch of my marketing executive friends. And we now help tons of influencers get brand deals and make sure that we're there for the brand to deploy capital for them at scale on tiktok and therefore the creator to make sure they're getting paid what they're worth and not getting taken advantage of and actually matt is one of our influencers that we have and so we wanted to bring him on your show too so you can kinda get both sides. I have a thousand questions for you. About influencers and micro influencers and nanno influencers. But first things first isn't a nanno influence or or a micro influencers so there's two. They're both different things completely nanno influencer. We usually have like ten thousand or less followers. Some companies really love using them because they feel like that audience is really engaged with them and really entertained. The micro influencers we say. Is anyone less than a million followers. And then there's the micro influencers which is like a million plus when we work with them as well.
Diving Into Luminar AI with Nicole Young
"Your position on artificial intelligence as it applies to anything you know and specifically photography but learning and teaching people how to be better photographers. So i'm actually going to steal something. That i recently heard rich harrington says he works a lot with luminaries. Silom he he. He explained something so well. I was like i have to remember that because it's such a good way of explaining it so when somebody has an issue you know people. Oh a i with my you know editing photos. I don't want to do anything. And then he was like well. Do you use autofocus. do you use aperture priority. Do you know all these things that we already do with our camera. That are just so natural that we've had for ch- for decades of having cameras even before the digital era era or whatever before the digital era autofocus. It still is making all of these decisions for you to help you like when i'm trying to photograph birds in my backyard also zone focus and hope that it finds that bird. That's moving around. It's easier for me to do that. Because that's what. I want to photograph if i did everything with manual focus. I'd probably never get a good shot of something. That's tr- that's that's in motion like that. So i have no no problem with a a i especially when it comes to our. I've been using it for a really long time. So it's not like you open up your photo it goes poof. This is your image. This is how it looks and you can't do anything to it there. Are you know it has a lot of sliders in there. That enhance is probably a good example. Where you can move the slider up to one hundred. You can move it to zero. You can never use a site or if you don't want to if you use it you're going to decide exactly how far it's gonna go. You can still mask it and say well. I like it did here. I don't like it. What it in the background. So i'm just gonna mascot so it's only showing this area. It's not like you push a button and it auto masks for you. Which isn't a bad feature either. Because i know other programs like you know other programs are going to either have the future they have those features. So that's in my opinion is. It's just another tool to another way of using tool.
"nicole." Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Nicole sandler show it is and it's a friday. We made it through another week. Which is always you know. Questionable never know although things are getting really real in washington dc. Did you read or hear that corey. Bush knew congresswoman from the saint. Louis area actually. From the ferguson area. was berated in the hallway of congress today by none other than marjorie taylor green and some of her her cohorts Maskless and corey. Bush has now moving her office because she doesn't feel safe and she doesn't feel as her is her. Staffers are safe from marjorie. Taylor green this woman is reprehensible And i gotta tell you she. You know was named by leader mccarthy to sit on the education committee yet. This is a woman who has proclaimed that the school shootings from sandy. Hook to marjory stoneman. Douglas were hoaxes false. Flags didn't really happen. And now i gotta tell you the Anniversary the third anniversary of the shooting at marjory stoneman douglas. High school is coming up in two weeks. It'd happened on valentine's day of two thousand eighteen so the third anniversary That school is right down the street. From where i live. This is our community. I live in coral springs. Marjory stoneman douglas in parkland. We are two communities. That are you know together We share a police department. I believe in a fire department as well and It's disconcerting and actually the subject came up in a discussion that you'll hear in a moment but right after i finished taping that my phone rang and it was david my husband who was sitting in his car in line at morlin stadium. Way the hell down in miami to get his kovic shot because florida is so screwed up so he had to go down to miami but he got his shot but he called to tell me that he'd just saw an alert on his phone. That once again there were. There was a lot of police activity around Marjory stoneman douglas. High school that there were police cars everywhere that the school was on lockdown. The middle school next door was on lockdown. Like holy shit. Let me see what i can find out well. Apparently somebody called in you. Know a scare a false a hoax scare to the middle school. That's right next door to marjory stoneman. Douglas high school. They locked down the middle school. Put it on red alert and they put marjory stoneman douglas on yellow alert. They searched the school determined that there was no threat there and everything went back to code green. But i gotta tell you my stomach dropped because obviously somebody one of these crazies is going to do something crazy. And it's just waiting for the other shoe to drop so thankfully knocking on wood laminate here thankfully a all is clear here in parkland I don't know how long it will stay that way. Because after all this is america in In in the era of donald trump the whole thing is just so fucked up and all those things i think are getting better. I mean the bs at least out of office mccarthy the minority leader in the house who wants to be speaker who just the other day proclaimed donald trump has to take some responsibility for this he was complicit he helped you know he helped incite this riot and we all know that to be true after he said that the other day well. Where did he go this this week. Actually when he should have been at work qassari. It's still the week. It's not the weekend. And i guess he did it. On taxpayer dime. He went down to mar-a-lago before we get to that. This is this is what a kevin mccarthy said. The president bears responsibility for wednesday's attack on congress by mob. Rioters should have immediately denounced the mob when he saw what was unfolding..
"nicole." Discussed on Nicole Matthews
"International location got eighty experience or marketers to meet us and JFK with. Their passport packed for five days sixty five degrees in really knowing nothing else about it put on a plane and took him to test skinny for five day on conference spontaneous think-tank experience and what did they get out of it Nicole I mean sense November just from the business alone there's been between the attendees that did not know each other before they showed up at JFK that day. There's been over two million dollars of business that happened between them. Right and this is I'm not even getting. There's a WHATSAPP that we used for logistical purposes like West comment. I'm hungry whatever you left me here you know and that turns into like. People. Have shared their kids pictures there they only RFP through this group. I. We didn't make any of this update created all of this and that's what really I think is. is, different in it's the thing that nobody can really explain is yeah. Eight as a movement business as a verb as a thing operates generally outside it's the exception, right? It's the doesn't follow it doesn't fit into normal ways of doing things are coming to it. In so that's just kind of. How. It's at what's come out of it. But now it's just a we didn't even know the amount of people that were watching this. Go Down Right we they weren't subscribed to our list. We had no idea like where they were coming from him. People literally had said we got an email three months ago. That says I've been following you for two years I've been wanting to come on your events. It never worked out. The secret family has literally been the thing I look forward to life in my career like I don't even if it was amazing and so yeah, that's really what comes out of it is an immediate yes, you. Make a phone call anybody on that plane. We've ended a rave on the plane by the way. To answer the phone call and it's just this. All of the walls just crumbled immediately anything you ever need that answer is yes and that's what has really come out of this and I think. that. For me was because we are so like it's not a who you work for and what your title is and that kind of thing that even at the end of the event, some people still had no clue where each other worked or what they did but they connected on such a level that they're sending each other gets for their kids and dogs, and then it was. Very Oh. Wait you do that. You actually can help me with something and that was the last thing they connected on numb. I. Yeah. Was Amazing just being both a participant in and then also supporting you all on the south side. Is the lake. Nicole was saying the outcome of like community after it I mean. So often right we go to our industry events. We meet a few people we stay in touch for two weeks, and then everybody gets back to quote not life and what has been extraordinary is the fact that WHATSAPP group that we're all a part of mean there there's not been a day I would I would question that there has been a day literally. A day that hasn't gone by since we came back from Italy that somebody hasn't posted in that that group and that to me says, everything about what you've created because you have it just created great content more importantly, you've created community and you took a bunch of strangers through on a plane together. They had no idea where they were going they have a shared experience but that only that only fulfills you for. So long right the like the. You still have to cultivate the relationships and that's the magic that's happened after secret family reunion is there's been so many relationships that have been cultivated because of the shared experience because of the great content because of because of because of that, the end result is these remarkable relationships which at the end of the day, that's where the value is. That's the currency right currency against the. One thing that were the most grateful for is an grateful for in also puts us in this in the opportunities are the problems of an adventure kind of kind of thing where most businesses or communities whatever they start or businesses they start with what the product is, and then they grow a community in a community forms and sometimes they need to on, but there's not many Business models out there that started with the community and business has formed because of it. So it's a little backwards and so for us. When they are like. Well, what's Your Business Model? How did this come to be almost like they don't believe us You know when we say well, we started with, you know what people strive for in the end will we started with that and then now we need to figure out how to catch up on the other things. So I mean two years to figure out what business model should be because it was a business that came from us starting something because we saw gap in the industry for ourselves, and then he will come into wasn't going Oh. That was mind blowing could you actually do that for our invention for our company like maybe you? Wait a minute. But. Okay. So so many people who could be listening to this could be like, okay. Well, that's great like you have a company and you. So you get to try stuff and you know no harm no foul. You know I don't get to do that I don't get the luxury of having that in my business or or whatever. You know my boss would never go for that. So you guys have just really from the ground level of just said, like we're going to draw a line in the sand and anything we can try we are going to there's not going to be really You know, how do you filter the? No right like how do you? How how would I guess what the question is? What has ever been a no for you guys I. Feel like every idea you try that that's really part of what HD really stands for. What we met is the thing that you know again from the background of being in events where everything must be flawless. You have you know Nicole we were just laughing.
"nicole." Discussed on Nicole Matthews
"Now, all you just wait till, we're sit next to each other on a plane I'm going to be like Batman. Ever figure that out I have no idea no clue. I think I sneeze like. My Eyes Move to Sophie. Oh my God, i. Would like to. As go if we're going that route, I can make me a marvin my mom lip. Oh Yeah. That really does not I thought this was going. And I think that's our tagline. was going exactly. Exactly. Okay. Well, that ladies is recive, I'll just say I haven't ever really had those responses before, but that's what's great. Also take up. Before for eight. Years it's like she just carries a machete and. Anywhere. That's right. Exactly. Exactly. So you mentioned the UNE conference. So Okay I've gotten to the HD event. I've had my hug I've got my first name on a name tag I'm I'm breaking bread, but there is content that happens at all of these events. So talk about. That decision in terms of not creating content that was occur was determined before the event allowing ten dis to really. Do It on site. So let's walk through what that process looks like what having spent years and years and years being a conference and event creator. I know that the reason you create content is either to sell a product to sell more of a product or to help someone else or sell their products and so conferences are built in anchored around an agenda that does those things. So where do you get the? Opportunity to have just a conversation about something that is solving each other's problems. That's where uncovering comes in. I don't know what problem you're having or what knowledge is in your head. But I can bring you together with a whole bunch of sticky notes, sharpy markers and say, Hey, what problem have you solved the could help someone else and what problems are you currently trying to solve and we just crowd source and? Yet. All that stuff and pull it out of their brains, and then from there, we take a look at these things. Now, UNE conference works you basically say I shall talk about this and you go plop it on the board and that becomes the session. So we kind of we didn't do it like that because not everybody gets to just not. I. Come Serve. It's this whole collaborative brainstorm experience where we then. See the patterns on the wall and we go. Okay these people need help with this stuff. These people are have solved it. They should leave a session and that's how we create the agenda, and now virtually we do the exact same thing we just do it with a virtual sticking of tool people still crowdsource. We still get that brainstorm experience and then we still do the patterns and create the sessions that way. I say, we always say even just by format and so many things under the kind of the idea of it's not what we add. It's what we take away. That leaves room for who knows what so when people say, well, what am I going to get out of this I don't know yet. So, yeah. I know in the end what they'll get, but to try and explain to somebody what the Roi is as far as content goes is I feel like that should be or being like bits could be the best Roi ever because problem we don't have is that people are they're not on engaged rate, and so they're completely leaning and we don't have people on their computer. I've never even seen a computer out at our events ever in three and a half years and they're not on their phone because they chose the topics it's immediately relevant to them, and then they get to choose which session they go to. So they might not be into everything, but we also have vote with your feet mentality where we're like dude, if you're in a session, you're like God it or I didn't think it was going to go this direction where I really WanNa be in to you just get up and go to another one nobody gets hurt feelings. waited. It's easy to move to because we pick really cool nontraditional. We have a ban ballrooms. All Rooms Oh my God. Mentality where it's. Ideally are most perfect venue is mansion with all front rooms. Yes. Yes. That is true. That is true. Okay. So so you guys are plugging along in your company things are going great your revolutionizing the way events are dying. Amazing. Amazing. Amazing and then you're like, well, that doesn't feel like that's enough for us. So last year you through a little event called secret family reunion, which I was fortunate enough to be a part of your your team and. That was incredible experience. So let's talk a little bit about where that idea came from, and then what was the end result for secret family reunion. Came from the event you were at San Diego. We do at the end of our events. We do a group retrospective where we ask people to come up to microphone are to the front of the room and tell us something they love about the experience and something. We should change the next time we do it because you can send out most of it surveys all day long. But nobody really cares how chicken tasted. We want to know what happened and how we can fix it. So from that group retrospective, we got a lot of, oh my gosh, I felt like stay emily after this event within five minutes I felt like part of the family and so my whole thing was we'll family should have a family reunion I. Mean I feel like we're starting this Thing. We've had our second event. We should start like this more this larger annual thing maybe, and then Nicole is like I always wanted to do a secret trip where no one knows where they're going and so hence secret family reunion was born and from that little moments, we chartered a plane to a secret.
"nicole." Discussed on Nicole Matthews
"Hello and welcome back to the big ASS podcast. I'm Nicole Matthews and today is going to be a wild ride. I can tell you that right now because there are two of the industry giants looking at me on my screen and I was so thrilled to spend time with both of you. So if you don't know if you've been living under a rock, if you're part of the event industry, you've been living under a rock for. The last couple of years please let me give you the opportunity to me ask to fabulous fabulous women. So Nicole Chicago and Liz olathe and from hot dot com Ozo-, and like ladies let's just get into it and let's just dive deep into y you're so fabulous. So first of all, let's just start with just a little intro of who you are and maybe a little intro about each D. as well. So Nicole you want to start. So are sure so I'm Nicole, Ashley Bode who I'm the president and CO founder of Hockey Maza, which is crazy fight. Amazing business actually verb I which is a way of meeting sharing and learning and the business end of it is these amazing spontaneous think tanks that have just doesn't even do it justice on what the businesses turned into, and so just this global phenomenon where that we have a global family movement and all the things. And I'm so excited to be here I know I love having you I. Love Seeing your face and Liz hello to you too well, Hello Nicole Nichols. Than I am CEO and Co founder of what D'Amato and Nicole and I have known each other around the industry or a while, and after going to all these events, and then my background is creating events for or rations I was on the corporate side and all the events that we create and go to or just one way they were very sit and yet then you go into your dark of all and then you sit in the back into your emails and then you try to have a conversation in the hall and you get xylophone shamed backings will break out there's not enough bodies and seats. And so we were like this sucks new would really like to talk to each other and not listen to that one person on stage. So we created an event that was all about talking to each other and the spontaneous thing that came from the conference format where we find out what you want to talk about we short had that whole small talk thing and we put people together to talk, and from that his ground as Nicole said, not just the business but a movement of people understanding rents events aren't just about the logistics there about the people that are there, and that's what we're angered on. Such things and family style meals and all the things. Yes. Definitely. I mean when you go to an HD Yvonne, it's it's unlike anything else and I know that's that's purposeful on your on your part I remember a few years ago when Nicole I told me about the idea and the concept behind it and I'll be totally honest I was like. Sure. Like I got to see it. I'm not really sure and then I did I had the great fortune of experiencing one of your first. That took place in San Diego, and then it's like a light bulb like you totally get it and you realize that that's the piece that's missing and and I think when you said you know people just want to have a conversation that is the piece that really is missing and nowadays with the Internet you can get the Education Kinda anywhere you know if you. Put your mind to it, but you can't always get the conversation and so I love the fact that you guys have been. So purposeful in designing those experiences. So let's let's talk a little bit about an HD experiences. Nicole mentioned like you get immediately attacked with a hug It's family sal meals. It's an immediate introduction to somebody else once you arrive just. So that you make that connection. So how did all of that come to be? Did you guys literally sit down and say these are all things we don't like about traditional industry events, and so we're GONNA throw that out and we're GonNa do the opposite or what was your process like in terms of creating the experience those three things came out of my number one. Pet peeve person events, which is the registration process, which is you go to some big place. You stand in line you get handed some stuff. You then turn and look around for someone. You know if you don't see anyone, you didn't get on your phone to try to find out where someone is in any aggressive McCormick all on trying to look important because you belong. And state what we wanted to do eliminate that in create this welcome cafe kind of experience he will come in you're greeted with a hug with something welcoming and not just a line and Pointer Human Arrow pointing you somewhere it's an actual human and then when you do your name badges I, truly for Biz Dev, you WanNa know what company or your from what's your title and what's your name but that reads that where people are constantly looking at each other stomachs chests of big you're out of your valuable enough to talk to you so we eliminated that first. Name. Only no one cares who you are where you're from it is a a human personal conversation. Let's start there and then the food there is nothing more human than breaking bread together. So we started with the family style meals. When you come in, we introduce you to the people that are at the table. So the start when the tribe if there's no, we sit with you know more people come in so that you feel like you had something even if you don't talk to those people again, you've got that initial kind of doctrine Asia and the having team. Yeah I think the. Parts is you know imagine when you eliminate title and company and we also create a no sail zone atmosphere. So it's really great for both sides brands, partners, anybody because that's the rule it's our only rule ever with the word. No, it's really are only rule and really people like this they they really guard that it's not US enforcing it they they are absolutely like they appreciate it. They love it but we came to it with the spirit of you know matching in the conversations that you would have with somebody when you didn't care or know. What they did in where they were from now yes. That makes come up in conversation if they choose to share it but it kind of just really makes everybody you know equal from the start and. Give those we try to eliminate that awkward moments where even as a completely extrovert extrovert i. don't like what I'm like so. Letting, ear. So. It's a lot eliminate that and immediately like. So, in some people come in, it's hilarious because they're like what is going a little taken aback I'm like you can take a minute. Yeah. Love train coming at you watch..
"nicole." Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"The three decade old efficiency standards for shower shower heads. Because Donald Trump's repeated gripes about subpar water pressure while he's washing his hair. You know that thing the dead thing that sits on top of his head he calls it his hair I. Guess that's a curious name forward. But whatever I guess when he tries to wash that creature. The water pressure in strong enough for him so. This plan would change the federal definition of shower head to allow manufacturers. To drastically increase water use under rules that Congress passed in nineteen ninety in response to severe droughts. Water flow from an entire shower head was limited to two and a half gallons per minute. This proposed change would allow manufacturers to apply that restriction to each nozzle on the shower head. So I don't know about you, but I have one of those rain sort of you know there are a lot of little nozzles on a two and a half gallons per minute could come out of each one of those nozzles. This man is certify -able. I guess I should I. Guess. I. Should. Once again. Let the laugher takeover. It's hysterical right I'd I'd? Beyond I just I just don't know how to. Move forward from that. All right. Let's bring our friends from the progressive. Voices Network Back. Now back to Nicole on progressive voices and Nicole Sandler, Dot Com and my husband acting as my producer thankfully me in that hallway is from Missouri. Not. Ohio I. Don't I who did I confuse them with an Ohio. Missouri. He's the guy who be glare Claire mccaskill I think. Yeah. All right. All right. So let's not wait any longer..
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"Texas Georgia Florida in running to host. Rnc Convention moved out of North Carolina. Pence says and so the shadow cabinet account says perfect trump. Abbott should reschedule. Arendt's convention in a huge Texas Pool with only bathing suits allowed no masks. So lovers of liberty will be risking suicide and killing grandma. Somebody answered Dennis Cross Hazard. How about a carnival cruise ship tweets over the day? Okay all right. Well if after that. If that's it for your tweeting let's let's go ahead and assemble the goddesses. Shall this loops? It would help if I turn this up. Abc Simon Oh Jeez history to laugh out of carnival it into radio or not and Nicole Sandler Oh goddesses goals amber show on radio were not dot com combined forces of eighty Latvian. Nicole do bring to you the liberal goddesses and we saw here. Hello Amy Simon I we can see you can hear well we can see you and that's all that matters because it's broadcasting and right don't don't know armies this is such a high point of my day we where we get together liberally minded all right so listen. I got a couple of things that I wanNA talk to you guys about. First of all right. We'll start with order of importance. There was I you laugh. You mentioned many Hudson and I saw. He tweeted something yesterday that that I pulled to the side because it pisses me off so he wrote can any journalists defend the fact that the US news media has devoted more time in column inches. To Biden's you ain't black gaffe. Then to trump in one night re tweeting images of Pelosi with duct tape on her mouth Abrahams being fat shamed and Clinton being called. A skink rightly actually tweeted that. Because I added to. I don't even remember what I said anymore. But I'm right there with them. They you know I I know what it was. Msnbc yesterday Craig. Melvin had devoted an entire segment to Biden's comment apt is and that happened last Thursday. He's waited four days and now a whole nother segment on it and I don't even think he mentioned what you just mentioned. What what dimension. And that's the thing and then somebody else la Voz del Norte. Eighty eight tweeted next. Consider terror read. And it's true this double standard really pisses me off the whole thing about the Black Gaffe. Look. I came on the air after that and was mortified by an talked about it and I blasted Joe Biden for it because I thought it was horrific but the way the media has dwelled on this and terror read now after they didn't touch it for months and months and months to the exclusion of Donald Trump's just reprehensible behavior from not only that but Biden. Apologize of course. He's you know in right so all right already. You know just quitting a dead horse right so so Biden. Look he's a gaffe machine he always has been one but there are so there Zeroing in on this and and the terror thing and going I guess it's when there's only one or in this case two things to talk about. They can put all their energies on it. What trump does is he he. He makes a gaffe or or horrible statement like that every twenty minutes so they can't cover all of it and so because he does it all the time and there's so much of it out there it all sort of cancels each other out and he gets away with all this crap and there's no scrutiny of him in the media like there is a biden. It I'm sorry pisses me off. I'm with you. Amy just pivot for a minute and talk about Black America. You know you mentioned the story about the lack Man That was murdered in Minnesota leaves. Yup and I just want to tell you I was watching the CBS morning news with Gayle King. Yeah down I heard I heard in fact emotional just reading though she was so upset and then we heard the story of the white woman in Central Park. Yup who pretended that you know this nice black man says you mind playing your leash and she liked call the hostile being threatened us and not only that. I'm sorry. She was abusing this dog. She grabbed the dog by the color. And just holding it up and the poor dogs tongue is hanging out of his mouth. I thankfully the dog was taken from her and she was fired today by the way she was just beaming over. Abc News is all four responding officers. Involved in the death of a black man seen pinned down by police have been terminated. Really wow that's interesting in fact let me let me play for you. Let Yeah let me play for you the video because this we have not done that yet and I do have it. Where is it? Oh It's right here. Okay so Bear with me. I'M GONNA put this over here and play it for you What you're going to hear is really disturbing. What you're going to see is even more disturbing so for those of you. Listening to the Audio Stream we see a Minneapolis police. Suv a man lying on the ground and a police officer kneeling on top of him with his knee. In the the the the man's neck and you here's what happened. Here's the.
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"Director Debris ceus followed a study published in The Lancet Medical Journal that said Covid nineteen patients treated with hydroxy. Chloroquine had a higher death rate than other patients. Donald Trump last week revealed he was taking the drug which he has advocated as a preventative. Measure Against Covid. Nineteen despite FDA warnings against it well a new White House. Travel Policy. Begins Tuesday at bars. Anyone who's been to Brazil within fourteen days from arriving in the United States? Well unless you're an American citizen then it's okay. The new travel ban is intended to stop the spread of covid nineteen which has surged in Brazil in recent weeks. With nearly three hundred and seventy-five thousand confirmed cases that brings Brazil up to number two yup the second highest number of nationwide cases after the US the rising infection rate has sparked serious political strife in Brazil especially since President Jar. Bolsonaro has been largely dismissive of the seriousness of the virus. Calling it a quote little flu and downplaying its risks. The mayor of Manaus Brazil called on Bolsonaro to resign and said he should quote. Shut up and stay at home former vice president. Joe Biden on. Monday made his first public appearance. Since the middle of March as he visited Veterans Memorial in Delaware the presumptive decrepit presidential nominee wore a mask while laying a wreath on Memorial Day prompting Donald Trump to tweet something mocking the Biden's for wearing the masks opposite world indeed by contrast Donald Trump's spent Saturday and Sunday on the golf course and on twitter where he mocked stacey. Abrams WAIT RIDICULED NANCY. Pelosi's looks called Hillary Clinton a quote SKINC and revived bid. Debunked STORY ALLEGING THAT. Joe Scarborough killed a former intern. In Two thousand one on the holiday commemorating the ultimate sacrifice made by Americans in war. Trump's loan tweet on the subject read quote. Happy Memorial Day Happy Memorial Day high meanwhile images of crowds without masks frolicking at the lake of the ozarks. Mazury over the weekend shocked people across the nation. Now St Louis County executive Sam pages telling anyone who was there that they should self quarantine for two weeks or until they test negative for covid nineteen and he's asking employers to question workers coming back from the three day weekend in a statement on Monday. Page said quote. This reckless behaviour endangers countless people in risk setting us back substantially from the progress. We've made in slowing the spread of covid nineteen so that was in Missouri in Kentucky. A group of protesters gathered for a patriot. Day Second Amendment Rally near the Kentucky State capital to wrap up the event. The Patriots in attendance Hung Governor Andy Bashir in effigy on a tree. Outside the governor's Mansion. And that's just a bit of what's news for now. Nicole Sandler if you appreciate these reports and the Nicole Sandler show. I hope you'll consider making a contribution. My work is one hundred percent listener supported. And I can't do it without your find out more at Nicole. Sandler DOT COM and please click on that. Donate button all right. It's Tuesday you know what time it is right. Wait a minute right. Oh No it doesn't wanNA play hold on. I got to only play it from my other place seriously. Here we go. Let's try it again. It's Tuesday you know what that means. Right here's a place thinking in Russia..
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"And then he goes lesser outside tat shoes. And he's like I don't know we've been silent. been like how far does he really shouldn't shouldn't both of us get fucked. Nicole wants to watch. Yeah we were also in your hotel room and I was like in the corner like go ahead. You tickets to the theater too late. We were fuck but also casual way to introduce fucking your boyfriend. Real quick real quick can hope you sure we didn't talk about it before us. Well shoes on the bed really. We're in a hotel anyway. I like road. Yeah but it was honestly. It was very helpful. Oh good I'm glad thank you. I thank you for that because I was like I need. The whiff it goes ladies are different than men and like. They're not as Hippie so I was like. Oh it really helps. I wrote him the next time I thought when I was writing the guy. She's not my no dude. I was looking at the time. I looked down at him and I went and the love that he did. We you know whatever bras are.
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"For the Nicole Sandler show segment shooting the shit who if the Levy so every Tuesday, we get together with our pal. Gotta laugh we shoot the shit about the news verse we we gotta get her on the line. I think I pushed all the right buttons. Hello at. Yes. You breached the how bar cleans up after Trump hotline. Okay, press one. If you think bark cleans Trump's shoes by licking them. I was just going to say that. Yes. Of course, impressed too. If you think bar whitewashes, everything from Trump's spray tans stained pillowcases to the molar report. They're not. This three if you think after a round of golf embar washes Trump's balls. I thought he looked him. I stay. Oh my God. Okay. Dow, yeah. You know, he he's followed me for really longtime. And he's always we re tweeting me. I mean, when you know, even during the campaign, everything I never understood that has because they blocked me. He blocked blocked most Bernie Sanders supporters. Right. And he knew I mean, you know, I was tweeting about Sanders all the time. So I on my end, I just kind of kept my distance. 'cause I didn't wanna get into a thing or the other. Unless of course, he tweeted something that was just generally good about anything, you know. But but mostly I stayed away from and then I saw the article today. I also noticed that that he had been tweeting retweeting me a little more often. And I was like what's going on? You know, the article. Okay, that's good. We're good. And I told him thanks I appreciated that when he tweeted out the article, and he gave me a like know letting me know that he appreciated my my appreciation. So that's good. And so here's what happened. So I. Tweeted, his article immediately, one of my followers said, I'm not ever voting Brian. That's when I was just talking about, right? Exactly. So I said, maybe you need to re read my pin thread, maybe made maybe she needs to read a Peter Dow's article, well, that's obviously she heard him. But she that was her response with it. So I don't get that, you know, again open mic just to say get the narrative has been that. It's the Bernie Sanders supporters who are the broS that we're the we're the we're the horrific ones we're the ones who won't vote for Hillary Clinton. But we did. And in fact, and this is something I've posted over and over again, right and more Bernie Sanders supporters. They estimate more Bernie Sanders. Supporters voted for for. Sorry for four Hillary Clinton. So it's just a brain block more Bernie Sanders. Voted voters voted for Hillary Clinton in two thousand eight than Hillary Clinton voters voted for Barack Obama in two thousand eight I'm in two thousand sixteen you you know, what I'm trying to say, I know what you're outnumbered almost two to one. They're saying they're saying somewhere in the neighborhood of twenty four percent of Hillary's remember 'Pumas party. You my ask these people actually made up that acronym. Puma when they call for party unity at the end of the the primary between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama Hillary Clinton supporters said Puma said party unity, my ass and twenty four percent of them voted for John McCain when it came when it came to Sanders supporters who voted for Trump the estimate is somewhere around twelve or thirteen percent. So I'm really tired of the one. Way narrative..
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"To know it's time to Nicole Shanley show segment shooting the shit with. All right. It's not time of the week. Again. Every Tuesday, we get together with gotta laugh talk about what's going on in the news. I we gotta get her on the line. Hello. Yes. You've reached the Muller. Tov? Cocktail is coming hotline. All right. We've been waiting for it press one. If you think more time is getting closer when Mattel announces production of special counsel, Ken dolls and New York state attorney general Barbies. Press to you think Muller time is getting closer. When Ivanka says daddy. Daddy. I think it's time to start a line of designer our ships. Yeah. Press three if you think Muller time is getting closer when even Trump hotels or stocking their mini bars with smear enough newest drink Muller top cocktails. Have a nice day. I'm so ready for this thing. I played at the beginning from Saturday Night Live was just spot on all I want for Christmas Muller is you? Yeah. Please. Hurry. Hurry. And I hope everything works the way we're hoping it works. I hope you get to see a report. I hope the report nails everybody. But you know, there are so many variables. We can't. We can't depend on it. Nope. No. And I think Trump is pretty much digging his own grave in, thankfully, you know, Muller has turned over a lot of stuff. Lot of the Michael Kohn stuff to the southern district of New York, which Trump can't pardon. If Trump wants to pardon Manafort while he's not gonna pardon Cohen. But you know, if he wants to issue those pardons, that's one thing on the federal cases he can do that. But but cases that that are prosecuted by the state attorneys by the southern district of New York. There's nothing Trump can do about him. Right. Right. Well, that's the good news. But still he can do some damage. Oh, he's already doing damage. He's doing damage to this country every day. He's there now. Yeah. Our circulating the video of him wandering aimlessly on the stage in Argentina after he shook hands with the president of Argentina. And I guess then there was supposed to be a photo and Trump just wandered off the stage, and then you're on the hot mic saying get me out of here. And then he also signed in the wrong place on one of the agreements or not NAFTA deal. He signed in the place. He's idiot. He's just a fucking moronic idiot who does not belong within fifty feet of the White House. Let alone in the Oval Office. Yeah. That's about right. Anyway, better get to the tweets because we've got some more to talk about. Let's let's do it..
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"Slash donate to know it's time to Nicole Sandler show segment the shooting of the shit who Who if if Lafayette. Lafayette. Yes, we do this every Tuesday. We get a hold of our old friend gotta laugh and we talk about the news as taken from her Twitter feed. I we gotta get Laffy on the line. So. Hello? Yes. You preach to the kashogi murder mystery hotline who'll. Yeah, if you think kashogi should have smelled a rat when he was greeted, I'm sorry, press one. If you think kashogi should've smelled a rat. When he was greeted by fifteen thugs mumbling to each other. He's big boned for journalists. I'm so sorry, prince too soon. Press two. If you suspected Trump was colluding with the Saudi Crown prince after he called kashogi murderer locker, remorse play. Yes, press three. If you didn't find the Saudi prince exactly credible when he said that a bad man went to pick up some documents. Fifteen guys got mad. This fight broke out and one of the fifteen guys who clearly had to defend himself with the bone, saw against an unarmed. Journalist was expert who felt it necessary to cut up the unconscious man in case he rose from the dead to attack him. Oh yeah. Oh my God. This story. Amazing to me. Well, it shouldn't be, but it still is amazing to me that. They're colluding in plain sight. They're saying, well, this story wasn't good enough, and Trump is saying, yeah, we're going to talk to them and make sure that you know we can come up with a story that we are all happy with. It. Nobody's really commenting on that. It's incredible all except Turkish president Erta one who said yes, was premeditated murder. I don't know of shit. You're trying to pass off here and Erta one knows from murders and authoritarian, authoritarian figures. You know, going nuts on their people because he is one. Yeah, and so he knows it when he sees it. He certainly does. Yeah. He's the only one that saying what we want to hear sad like this close to the truth or as close as we know, because nothing else makes sense..
"nicole." Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"You're listening to the nicole's and lose y'all unprogressive voices and kohl's antler dot com and now it's time for the nicole sandler show segment shooting the shit who if a levy this time every week we get together with our pal gotta laugh who you find regularly on twitter to talk about the news of the day i we gotta get her on the line hello yes you've reached the trump memorial day hotline okay press one if you think we now also mourn and remember a time when vanity coins weren't created to commemorate a canceled meeting yes use a press two if you think we now also mourn and remember a time when children weren't being tortured and traumatized by being separated from their families yes press three if you're hoping to erase any memories of the horror story that is the trump presidency the more more more oh my god yesterday's memorial day was first of all did you happen to listen to any of his speech no i did not well i didn't mean to but i i heard part of it and one of the things he did was he was calling out one of the kids whose parents died in in service in military service and he said that the kids is glowed he said i something i'm going to get this wrong but something to the effect of your you know your faces is i've see your face radiating you know whatever and your eyes are glowing and all i could think of where it was it like a horror flick on this kid is walking toward trump like zombie with is glowing you know he's so lame these horrible did he make the speech all about him as well i don't know i stopped listening i mean i happened to turn on the tv and i thought oh i thought i missed it darna and i turn.
"nicole." Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"I think that is there anything people can do to fight back against this because it's it's just it's it's an anathema to everything that the democrats stand for and yet here we have the party the congressional fundraising arm the congressional election arm of the party openly working at odds against what what the people want well i mean my guess nicole is that you don't have too many listeners who give money to the triple sending out you know we help us you know defeat the republicans kind of emails and you know the thing is you know own support them don't support their candidates you know they they they sort of figured out that you know people don't like them so they it in another organization that's similar it's it's run by a bunch of d triple c and d sec staffers and it's cold in citizens united but talked about you anything to end the citizens united has nothing to do with ending citizens united it's it's a nice name but the only thing they do is support d triple c candidates and de sec candidates and they know that the the name d triple c and d sec are so anathema to so many people that oh so what's we'll find another organization with the same with a more pleasant name but with the same goals and we'll trick grasp roots voters into into donating and so that's what they've done so you know and they they they do that a lot and you know like i said i think that your your listeners are probably savvy to the d triple c and what they're all about and they probably don't don't give to the difficulty i i would guess that but you know.
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"And that's a bit of what's news for now i'm nicole sandler a few appreciate these reports and the nicole sandler show i hope you'll consider making a contribution my work is fully listener supported and i can't do it without your help find out more at nicole sandler dot com slash donate you're listening to the nicole's and lose y'all unprogressive voices and cold antler dot com and now it's time for the nicole sandler show segment the shooting the shit who if a levy seventy tuesday we get together with our appel got a laugh and we well we we shoot the shit about the news gleaned from lafayette twitter feed and her tweet spot so let's get laughing on the line shall we a hello yes you reach the nondisclosure agreement hotline oh okay this one if you think trump thinks nda's stands for new no democracy allow yes i'm press two if you think trump thinks nda stands for no dissent allowed to press three if you think nda should stand for no donald allowed the button stock buttons buttons yeah bp bp so while while i was trying to like collect myself and kind of ready myself for the show this guardian piece broke cambridge analytica execs boasts of role in getting trump elected so i i live tweeted a seven partner for you so i could read it on the air what they were reporting okay i don't know i don't know if this is the i thought their next report was coming out tonight or our time i gave day some well today it's this afternoon here it's tonight there it's four right and it's still barely you know it's almost morning so yeah your time.
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"In tandem the medicare for all and uh or or medicare and social security there are two separate programmes but they do go handinhand basically uh once once you do reach sixty well 62 you can start collecting on social security it kicks in for everyone at sixty five um and and that's when you're eligible for medicare as well uh wh why were they not ever why were they not put together from the get go why were they envisioned is to separate policies do you know i yeah it's a great question uh one thing is that full retirement age is actually moving up to sixty seven um so it is different for depending on how old you are and people can claim their social security benefits anywhere between sixty two and seventy and win you claim it um actually changes the amount the later the more you delay at the higher your benefit right i'm a walk nicole i'm sorry had to do it um but uh it's a it's a beautiful actuarially sound system and uh that information should get out there more than it does cause too many people make wrong decisions about wind to collector social security because they believe the system is not going to be there for them because you know liars than the media that treat us like yourself but liars in the corporate media keep telling them it's going away um so anyway got to put that in there the truce of why they were envisioned is to separate programmes as they weren't the a really.