35 Burst results for "Nine O'clock"
"nine oclock" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"And say like I did. I did everything I could. I tried. It was really like No holds barred. You know, I'm ready to take a lot of risks and put a lot on the line because you know it's your kids hire and develop the best that is one of Amazon's core leadership principles. So it's significant that Amazon hired Marron cost to not just once, but twice. However, with her growing concerns about climate change, Marron found it increasingly difficult to adhere to another one of the company's leadership principles. Have backbone, disagree and commit Backbone. Yes, Maren had plenty of that. Disagree. Yes, that too, But she could no longer commit to what the company was doing. It was So clear to me that my values were diverted drink so steeply from Amazon's. In fact, I remember in 2018. I went out first Happy hour with some friends and one of these friends was just Hammering me on. How can you work for Amazon? Just hammering, hammering hammering, and I was like, I know, I know. Just like actually started crying. It was like You know, it was just starting this moment of like, I can no longer make this. Okay. I need to just do whatever I can do to have the impact that I want to have even to save the company that I love as well as save the planet. Marron got more vocal She took on a public role with Amazon employees for climate justice, and she was talking to the press a lot. Amazon wasn't happy about it. Company policy prohibits employees from commenting publicly on its business without executive approval. I got the notification at like six in the morning. Make sure you're in a private location. You absolutely have to be on that. It was the six in the morning for a nine oclock meeting that day, you know, um and I was like, Okay, thank you. I can guess what this is going to read, you know, And so I got on the video call and you know, he said, you know, are you aware that you broke the external communications policy and On this date and in this article, and, you know, do you know what it is? And here? I'll send you the policy so that now we know that you know that we know that. You know what the policy is. So you're not gonna get away with this again, you know? The message was clear and H and you know, at that point, it wasn't a little bit like Oh, okay. Wow. Okay, so I could lose my job, which could potentially Like ruined my career as I have 25 years. As a user experience designer. But getting fired from Amazon could be the black mark that, like kicks me out of the industry. Then I tried to stay out of the spotlight a bit. But then, of course Covid happened..
"nine oclock" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"You know you get May it's coming in that grass is getting really nice and June comes along, and it's really getting nice, and it's getting all thick. And then it stopped raining and We barely got a chance to enjoy the thick, lush green grass beneath our bare feet, And it turned into you know, a tinderbox of just brittle, dry brown grass. And and that frustrates a lot of people because summer is short and so Um, So there's the aesthetic quality, right, Alex we want we do enjoy our thick, lush green grass, barefoot grass if people want to call it that, and to do that, you really need to just have a regular source of water, which is an automated irrigation system and what we do is we re just insult pipes of four inches under their soil. Okay, and we put in sprinkler heads throughout your yard and it's time to go off and There are people who questioned the, uh you know, do I want to be using a lot of water? Water is precious and I get that, but Good. Healthy grass is also precious. It good, healthy grass reduces erosion and water runoff. Good, healthy grass helps to clean the environment. It helps to cool. Are you know when you walk on thick green grass, Alex, and it's 90 degrees out versus walking on, Uh, Brown torched grass. It's cooler because that there's moisture evaporating out of the grass. That helps to cool the environment. So there are a lot of good reasons to re just need to be very responsible in how we use water. And so a quality irrigation system installed by seasonal services is going to be very efficient, especially if you follow how we we prefer to water overnight. So let's say eight or nine oclock in the fog Dew begins to form on the grass. That's when your sprinkler system should begin to go off because the grass is already going to get do on it or getting do on it. So there's very little bit very little evaporation occurring and if we water at night, there's usually very little wind. So 100% of that water on that 100% but a very, very high percentage. Of that water gets into the soil and benefits are grass plants. And so if you are interested, because a lot of people are calling now, Alex because of the dry summer if you are interested in that, you know, please give us a call at 2623923444. We can help you weigh out the benefits and and then also get you to understand. Work with you on developing an understanding of how the efficiency part of it works. We do not want to waste any natural resources and and we're landscapers. So we prefer.
Death Toll Climbs to 60 Across US' North-Eastern States
"The aftermath from ida continues across the country. At least sixty people are dead across eight states. The storm first made landfall in louisiana almost a week ago as a category four hurricane and the fifth strongest to ever hit the mainland. Us then tore through the northeast slamming new jersey especially hard killing twenty five people there. Many of the victims died trapped in flooding in their cars or at home and many others barely survived. Jennifer veal 'chez lives in elizabeth new jersey town across the hudson river from new york city. She told the ap about the flooding that swamped her neighborhood. It was devastating. Nine o'clock has started getting flooding flooded. Basement that was a little bit of water so the car is getting a little bit more flooded and by the hour was completely bought. Eleven o'clock you couldn't see my fence. People were crying for help across the street. A person got stuck in front of this dumpstered. The firemen were walking hand in hand to get try to rescue people in the bolts. I really thought it was a couple of hours. Maybe hard rain. Nothing to this magnitude.
Biden Administration Naive to Depend on Taliban
"Our first guest. This hour live in. The beltway is byron. York of the washington examiner. You see on fox news. Good morning byron. Good morning hugh. What's your assessment. Well it's it's the end that we should have seen coming for the last couple of weeks. If it was it was really going to happen. And i also think that as you listened to Secretary of state blinken speak over the last couple of weeks. It was also clear that they were never going to get every single american out of afghantistan. Who wanted to get out of afghanistan. There were some tiny number. Didn't but anyway it was pretty clear. Plus the the thing that was really clear was that the entire operation was dependent on the goodwill of the taliban and last night at nine o'clock ned price. The state department spokesman tweeted quote. The taliban needs to meet its commitments and obligations in afghanistan on freedom of travel respecting basic rights to the people of holding its commitments on counterterrorism. Not carrying out reprisal violence against those whose date and forming an inclusive government. Which is kind of an allison wonderland Sort of position of the state department. But here we are
"nine oclock" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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"nine oclock" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I value cake you be very much at is the national public radio on that I can always depend for getting good news. Thank you. Goodbye, Rose. Thank you so much for your extra gift. And perhaps more importantly, thank you for your ongoing support. That means you are a sustaining member. And right now we are looking for 100 new sustaining members. And if we can do that, by nine oclock just an hour in 10 minutes about from now we will earn an extra $5000 thanks to A challenge from Rene to Santa's, but we're way far away from being there, So we need to close the gap in the next 60 or 70 minutes, and you can be part of the solution. Your call your gift at whatever level you choose to make it because it doesn't matter how much you come in and as a sustaining member. If you just come in at $5 a month, that's good enough. To be one of those 100 help us earn that extra $5000. Rene de Santis has done her part. We'd like you to do yours right now by calling 1 809 378850 or go to kqed dot org slash donate. I am Greg Sherwood here with Dave Freeman. So this is an interesting day. It's an interesting experiment, Dave. It is Greg. It's California Public Radio Day. And we've teamed up with some 30 public radio stations throughout the Golden State today to ask you to pledge your support, become a sustaining member for as little as $5 a month and support all the programs throughout the state. Like statewide coverage from the California report, Political breakdown many other public radio programs locally, regionally nationally, all throughout California as you here Hear them on public radio stations. So if you can pledge your support right now, and his Greg mentioned Rene de Santis has been quite generous. If you can become one of our new sustaining members were asking for a total of 100 new Sustain Ear's Little over an hour before the deadline, We will get an additional gift of $5000 to make it happen..
"nine oclock" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"That's because the Department of Education is prepping its civil rights office to investigate the blocking of those mandates and whether it's an issue of discrimination. The argument centers on students who can't attend school because it's unsafe for their health without masks, and it might not be a bad idea to start doing your Christmas shopping. Now we're going to see some supply chain challenges into 2022. So if you see it on the shelf, and you know it's on somebody's list or you expected to be on somebody's list. I'd go ahead and grab it while it's there. That's Iowa State University supply chain management professor Scott Gros, who says pandemic related worldwide transportation issues are going to make it difficult for global manufacturers. To get their products to market with Florida's news. I'm Jeremy ST Louis mm. From the MAS Nissan Traffic Center. We're seeing a good ride on 2 75, as you're traveling throughout Pinellas County would no accidents or delay slowing you down. Just be sure to use some extra caution and you're moving through those construction zones. It's clear in both directions across the sunshine Skyway. No delays on the Howard Franklin Bridge, Gandy Bridge on the Courtney Campbell Causeway. Now they're still working on South up on 2 75 Flying Avenue into Hillsborough Avenue. With the two left lanes closed and in Lakeland, two left lanes are closed. Eastbound on four through us, 98. I'm a J. Springer NewsRadio w F L A hot, humid and overcast as we enter Tuesday evening will have scattered to numerous thunderstorms over the Gulf Move, moving east and winding down by nine oclock depending on how much rainfall will get and the lingering clouds lows could reach 80 degrees and with the mugginess could feel much warmer overnight. Patchy clouds.
"nine oclock" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Matters. Host Craig Cohen's 2015 conversation with John Meet him about his biography of President George H. W. Bush. It's called destiny and power. That was perhaps one of the things that surprised me the most in the Vice presidential diaries. And in studying that eight year period, I frankly was expecting to deal with the vice presidency and about three or four days and then discharged right into into the presidency and the fall of the Berlin Wall and get going and I actually had to stop and do a great deal of research about the vice presidency because I do think that that was a much closer working relationship than people have appreciated and in classic George Bush terms. The reason it's hard to appreciate is he maintained an almost impregnable wall of confidentiality. Around the advice he gave Reagan. He believed he had learned two things from two former vice presidents. One was from Nelson Rockefeller, who had had an unhappy term as Gerald Ford's vice president. Who had advised Bush never take on operational responsibilities because the staff and the turf wars will will cut you off cut off at the knees. I think it was was Rockefeller's phrase, and Walter Mondale reiterated that so Bush's idea was that his influence would be in direct proportion to the amount of trust he could build. With Reagan himself. They met every day, President Reagan invited Vice President Bush to be part of the nine oclock meeting there in the Oval Office. They had lunch. Once a week. They ate Tex Mex food. You'll be pleased to know. You know, you can take the boys out of California and Texas. But you can't take take it out. Bush used hot sauce. Reagan did not. But there was an ease. There was an informality. There was a comfort level because Reagan Had a very, very forgiving political nature parenthetically. I think part of it's because of his Hollywood background. You know, he was used to having co stars and working on particular projects with people and not holding grudges. And George H. W. Bush was almost congenitally incapable of holding a grudge. So they were. I think they were closer. I think that the Reagan administration was better for having George H. W. Bush there and Bush bent. Good bit of the time of those eight years trying to help Reagan as he could and get right as we were just talking about a moment ago, get right with the right for the 1988 campaign. Did Bush take anything away from that experience and how he then related as president to his vice president, Dan Quayle? It's That's a very good question. What's so striking about it is, uh, quail appears not to have learned very much from so I had to limit if you don't mind him to turn the question upside down a little bit, alright, because actually, it was incumbent on quail right to learn how to be vice president, not on Bush. To learn that and quail had a staff that was quite eager to leak set quail up as a conservative champion against a more quote unquote moderate president. And President Bush is very explicit in his diary that with how upset he was that quail and quail staff would be positioning themselves in opposition to the president and says on several occasions this is exactly what I tried to avoid for eight years. But interestingly Because President Bush could be so indirect. He'd never appears to have really taken quail to the wood shed, Vice President Quayle told me and it was a very interesting observation. That he always knew when Bush was mad, because when Bush got mad, he didn't get angry. He got quiet. And so if Bush was particularly quiet quail knew he'd read something in the paper. He'd heard something. That had rug in the wrong way. Some made the argument back in 88 that Bush chose quail as a way to give himself a sort of gravitas in comparison that he had been characterized by some in politics and in the press as not being tough enough or serious enough. To be president. And by comparison to quail, he looked better. Did he have anything to say about that characterization? President Bush himself did not get into that. But Roger Ailes, his media advisor, did tell me that one of the things that they were the people around Bush, who were advising him on the choice, the vice presidential choice. Was that Bush had been the understudy to Reagan for so long, even though Bush was taller, which people are always stunned to find out. That they did feel that they needed someone in as Roger put it, almost in casting terms they needed someone who made Bush seemed Clearly the senior partner, and so that was at least a factor in the conversations around around quail. But let's be very clear. One person picked Dan Quayle and that was George H. W. Bush. It was it came down to Dole, quail and camp. Then it went to Bob Dole and quail and I think again to go to our Eisenhower analogy. Bush did what Eisenhower did. He picked a very young conservative Senator Eisenhower picked Nixon in 1952. And Bush picked Quayle, who was 41 years old. I think at the time of the choice in 1988 and Vice President Quayle told me that one of the first calls they got when they got back to the hotel suite after the announcement in the Spanish Plaza, New Orleans. Was from Nixon, saying that Bush had just done what I did. You know, it's interesting. You mentioned Nixon because this brings us back to this notion of toughness. And one of the things that you recall in the book is a meeting that George H. W. Bush has with former President Nixon in which in his recollections afterwards, I guess from the audio diary, he says. Nixon basically doesn't like me. I think he probably doesn't feel I'm tough enough. What's wrong with being a gentleman? Being a gentleman doesn't mean you're not tough enough to sit down with Gorbachev. And I wonder if this sort of reiterates this..
U.S. To Begin Offering COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots
"Going to be needed for the covid vaccine with the nine o'clock for pulling up, right, copes breaking now, just remember Simple room rule. Eight months after your second shot. Get a booster shot people who receive the Mader to our fighter shots going to need a third. President Biden says the government's working out plans now to provide boosters FDA approval, The free shots will be made available. As showing reduced protection against mild and moderate covid illness in vaccinated adults over time. I don't know yet if there will be mass vaccination sites in the tri state to give those booster shots like there were when the vaccine first came out. Health experts say it may not be necessary since there are so many different providers locally now administering the vaccine.
Chicago Police Officer Shot and Killed, Another Injured During Traffic Stop
"Police mourning one of their own after a 29 year old female officer died. Following a shooting on the city's south side last night, authorities say. Another male officer was critically wounded in the shooting following a traffic stop in Inglewood. ABC s Will Jones is outside the University of Chicago Medical Center, where dozens and dozens of Chicago police officers have gathered. These officers have been here. Throughout the evening. Since this shooting happened around nine o'clock in the West Englewood neighborhood at 63rd and Bell, they have been gathered together at points. I've seen officers embrace each other shake hands. At times they were huddled together. It seemed like that that they were praying. So this is really a very tough seen. Two men are now in custody, and police are searching for a third suspect. A woman. At least one weapon was recovered on the
"nine oclock" Discussed on WBUR
"As save the planet. Marron got more vocal. She took on a public role with Amazon employees for climate justice, and she was talking to the press a lot. Amazon wasn't happy about it. Company policy prohibits employees from commenting publicly on its business without executive approval. I got the notification at like, six in the morning. Make sure you're in a Private location. You absolutely have to be. It was six in the morning for a nine oclock meeting that day, you know, And I was like, Okay. Thank you. I can guess what this is going to read. Yeah. And so I got on the video call, and you know, he said, Are you aware that you broke the external communications policy and on this date and in this article, and you know, do you know what it is? Um, here? I'll send you the policy so that now we know that you know. That we know that you know what the policy is? Yeah. So you're not gonna get away with this again? You know, the message was clear. And and you know, at that point, it was a little bit like Oh, okay. Wow. Okay, so I could lose my job which could potentially like ruin my career. As you know, I have 25 years. As a user experience designer. But getting fired from Amazon could be the black mark that, like kicks me out of the industry. Then I tried to stay out of the spotlight a bit. But then, of course Covid happened. Marion felt compelled to speak out for Amazon.
"nine oclock" Discussed on KTRH
"Songs for the bump music. I did. I'm glad. Get this one out of the way first to I am happy to have Callum back. I know it's just, uh, temporary. I think we get him one day next week to on Sunday for will needs to take a vacation day. It's that time of the year and normally I do not do book signings in July because I'm usually on the road. Uh, Family vacations. Kids are older. Now this is not the norm now. So today I agree to do Be the speaker at ST John's Lutheran Church, 15 to 3515235 Spring Cyprus that's north of 2 90, a little bit north of 2 90. Right before, like LG and Hoffmeister kind of joined together in that weird intersection. So I hope you say come to the chapel, right? I'll do a talk for a little while and then I'll step over to a table and we'll do a book signing in a Q and a period one on one. Q and a from that moment on If you are calling to have me pull up your pictures. You have to give your email to Callum and we'll pull them up. I do not answer email questions. Just 24 7. So if you've got a picture for me to look at, you have to call into the radio show for that to happen. Plus, you need to ask for permission to send in those pictures. We do have a little bit of security in place because of today's Just strangeness out there. You have all this ransomware stuff. Viruses. People like to send stupid pictures. They think they're being funny. They think they're being I don't know what they think they're thinking, but they're sending in bad pictures, and they they have to be blocked. So that's why we have to go through this. Ask for permission process. It's just a little bit of security built in place with I heart radio. I heart media, and that's why we asked, you get that permission slip. If it's automatic reply to permission slip, you can then attach pictures, then you have to must call into the radio show. At 713 to 12 K. Trh more on the ST John's Lutheran Church as we go through the morning, especially some of the freebie stuff that when I say freebies, but it's kind of a reward if you buy two or more books. The book is $15 at a site like this, too, is for 25 3 for 35. We want you to get as many books as possible so you can get it in the hands of other people. How about this Christmas in July Stock up on your Christmas gifts for December and this signed copy of my book would make a great Christmas in July. Yeah, I see. He's not in his head in there. Uh, not a bad idea. Right? All right. Let's go to Susie on North East side who had asked for permission to send pictures Got her permission slip, I think, And then she posted me there early this morning or overnight, And I'm looking at her pictures right now, and they are all over the place. Where can we focus on one question, though, Because I have no idea why I'm looking at a long distance shot of Your driveway. Oh, man. What? What? What are what do you need to know about your close ups? Okay, okay and look and hotel and brought his his his music list. And I can't wait to see Randall as he how tall he's gotten lack of family reunion. Hey, but my flower bed, I had some Indian hot bones removed in the past. On different areas, and I'm trying to build up my flower bed and I don't know if I need to just put mulch or should I put Oh, no, no. If you're going to plant anything in those beds that I'm looking at, you better build it up with some roads, soil really good soil because they are so washed out. And what I mean by washed out If you look at the picture of the, uh I don't even know what where to describe it. But there's one picture where there's variegated Lawry API. Yes. Okay. I'd sand down there. I mean, right below that one. Brownlow. You can see all the sand that is not what you want to be planning in. You need to build all the beds up with rose soil significantly before you plant anything in there. Okay. A lot of Rose saw. Yeah. And every every bad that I'm seeing is, uh Really washed out. It's like it's not built up. I wouldn't I wouldn't plant one specimen until I brought in several inches of Rose Hall, then the mulch. More compost as mulch can go on top of whatever you plant, but make sure you build the beds. If you build the beds correctly, everything will succeed that you plan, okay? I'm not planning anything else, but I need to be built up. So I'll get the rose songs and the marks. Okay. All right. Well, thank you. That answered my question. You got it. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. 713 to 12 Ktrh. If you wanna grab Susie's Open line, here comes joy in Alvin up next joy. Good morning. You are on the air. Hello. Hello. Six days ago, I bought a gingko below Burr. Has three FT, tall and a gallon container. And the, uh at the stem were the least starts. The leaf is starting to turn gray. On the lower sections. Have you planted it already Know. That we're still in the pot. Okay? And that tell that tells me that it did. It went through a roller coaster ride of moisture in that one week, And that means that, uh, you weren't consistent enough with the moisture or That potting medium that it was grown in at and you know, carried at the nursery gardens is so fluffy that if you didn't keep it consistently moist, it's starting to show that Stress on the leaves. So my Point to you would be immediately get let's get that thing what we were just talking to Suzy about and make sure we get some roads soil, but we're going to build a little hole. That's going to be nothing but rose soil that the depth of that one gallon so that's about 10 inches. Maybe no less than that, maybe more like 68 inches, But I want that in a rose soil medium. If I want something as simple as a gingko biloba to do a transplant immediately, do not keep that thing in that container any longer. Do I need to put it in the sun as hot as it is or do, I would always give it Morning sun And if you can get it afternoon shade from three o'clock on nine oclock to three o'clock sons, good.
Torreyes Homers, Philly Bullpen Shines in 5-4 Win Over Red Sox
"The Phillies center the all star break on a high note after getting back to five hundred with the five four win over the red Sox Ronald Torreyes had a pivotal three run Homer in the fourth inning and reliever Christopher Sanchez tossed three innings of one run ball after Phillies manager Joe Girardi lost scheduled starter Aaron nola to the cold with list we had a plan today I mean it wasn't like it was sprung on us at nine o'clock this morning we pretty much knew yesterday you know after the game that this was the likely scenario so you gotta deal with it Sander Bogart said a solo home run for Boston and starter Nick Pivetta gave up five runs over four innings against his former team Gessen Coolbaugh Boston
"nine oclock" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Dot com slash local His hair, No broadcasting from the underground command post deep in the bowels of the hidden bunker Somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building. We've once again made contact with a leader that is mine Lovin Hello, America. This is Mark Levin are number 87738138118773813811. As far as I know, at least up to this point. We will be doing one live signing in a place where were actually allowed to do a live signing. It's become a tradition with me. In my books and my next guest. John Hi bushes, the great executive director of the Reagan Library and Foundation. And John High Bush. I believe you have an announcement to make. How are you, sir? I am terrific market. Just terrific. And yes, this is a tradition and yes, I have an announcement. Would you like to hear it, Mark? Well, I think so. Okay. Like you said, Mark only place in the entire United States. For someone to come to alive. Signing of American Marxism. Your newest book and best book I might add is going to be here at the Reagan Library on Saturday. August 14th and the book signing where Mark will appear live. There's from 1 30 in the afternoon until 5 30 in the afternoon. After that, if you want to stay for dinner with Mark Mark is going to be with us at dinner from six o'clock until seven o'clock. She has a program where we first speaks, then from seven o'clock to 8, 30 or nine oclock, depending about how entire market is, at the end of the day, we'll have dinner. So you know mark when we've When you and I have made this announcement before, Uh, the phone lodge get jammed the computers darn near crash and I'm sure that's what's going to happen again. If you want to come see mark for this, you need to go online right away Otherwise The tickets are going to be sold out. I'm sure in under 10 minutes Where do people go? You have a precise location for them. We do We do markets at Reagan foundation dot org. Forward slash Levin So I'll say it again. It's Reagan foundation dot org. Forward slash livin. That's where you can make your reservations to join us. That's where you can pre purchase the book if you'd like. That's where you can get organized and find your way out here. But I really Really urge people if they want to come. Don't wait. Sign up right now where you're going to lose your chance. And I want to thank the hospitality of John High. Bush and the crew over there at the Reagan library. Now, folks, it isn't a joke. It's seriously we get a lot of people complaining later. If you want to get in, you gotta act now. Gotta Reagan foundation dot org slash.
"nine oclock" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Hello, America. This is Mark Levin are number 87738138118773813811. As far as I know, at least up to this point. We will be doing one live signing in a place where were actually allowed to do a live signing. It's become a tradition with me. In my books and my next guest. John Hi bushes, the great executive director of the Reagan Library and Foundation. And John High Bush. I believe you have an announcement to make. How are you, sir? I am terrific, Mark. Just terrific. And yes, This is a tradition. Yes, I have an announcement. Would you like to hear it, Mark? Well, I think so. Okay. Like you said, Mark only place in the entire United States for someone to come to alive signing of American Marxism. Your newest book and best book I might add is going to be here at the Reagan Library on Saturday. August 14th and the book signing where Mark will appear live is from 1 30 in the afternoon and till 5 30 in the afternoon after that, if you want to stay for dinner with Mark Mark is going to be with us at dinner from six o'clock until seven o'clock. She has a program where we first speaks, then from seven o'clock to 8, 30 or nine oclock, depending about how tired Mark is at the end of the day. Um, we'll have dinner. So you know mark when we've When you and I have made this announcement before, Uh, the phone lines get jammed the computers darn near crash and I'm sure that's what's going to happen again. If you want to come see mark for this. You need to go online right away. Otherwise, the tickets are going to be sold out. I'm sure in under 10 minutes, So where do people go? You have a precise location for them. We do We do markets at Reagan foundation dot org. Forward slash Levin. So I'll say it again. It's Reagan foundation dot org Forward slash livin, That's where you can make your reservations to join us. That's where you can pre purchase the book if you'd like. That's where you can get organized and find your way out here. But I really Really urge people if they want to come. Don't wait. Sign up right now where you're going to lose your chance, And I want to thank the hospitality of John High. Bush and the crew over there at the Reagan library. Now, folks, it isn't a joke. It's seriously we get a lot of people complaining later. If you want to get in, you gotta act. Now go to Reagan foundation dot org slash levin. Reagan Foundation that orig slash l e v i n You want to get in? As far as I know, it's going to be the only live event that I'm able to attend for a number of reasons. But the foundation is opening its doors to us as it does every two years. Thanks to our buddy John High, Bush and the and.
"nine oclock" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"He's here. He's here. Yeah, no broadcasting from from the underground command post deep in the bowels of the hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building. We've once again made contact with the leader that Mark love, then. Hello, America. This is Mark Levin. Our number As far as I know, at least up to this point. We will be doing one live signing in a place where were actually allowed to do a live signing. It's become a tradition with me. In my books and my next guest. John Hi bushes, the great executive director of the Reagan Library and Foundation. And John High Bush. I believe you have an announcement to make. How are you, sir? I am terrific, Mark. I'm just terrific. And yes, this is a tradition and yes, I have an announcement. Would you like to hear it, Mark? Well, I think so. Okay. Like you said, Mark only place in the entire United States. For someone to come to alive. Signing of American Marxism. Your newest book and best book I might add is going to be here at the Reagan library. On Saturday, August 14th and the book signing where Mark will appear live is from 1 30 in the afternoon until 5 30 in the afternoon. After that, if you want to stay for dinner with Mark Mark is going to be with us at dinner from six o'clock. Until seven o'clock. She has a program where he first speaks. Men from seven o'clock to 8, 30 or nine oclock, depending behind tired market is at the end of the day. Um, we'll have dinner. So you know, mark when we've when you and I have made this announcement before, uh, the phone lives get jammed the computers darn near crash and I'm sure that's what's going to happen again. If you want to come see mark for this. You need to go online right away. Otherwise, if the tickets are going to be sold out, I'm sure in under 10 minutes Where do people go? You have a precise location for them. We do We do. Markets at Reagan Foundation got. Org Forward slash Levin. So I'll say it again. It's Reagan foundation dot org. Forward slash within. That's where you can make your reservations. To join us. That's where you can pre purchase the book. If you'd like. That's where you can get organized and find your way out here. But I really really urged people if they want to come, Don't wait. Sign up right now where you're going to lose your chance. And I want to thank the hospitality John High, Bush and the crew over there at the Reagan library. Now, folks, it isn't a joke. It's seriously we get a lot of people complaining later. If you want to get in, you gotta act now. Gotta Reagan foundation dot org slash levin. Reagan foundation dot org slash l e v i n You want to get in? As far as I know, it's going to be the only live event that I'm able to attend for a number of reasons. But the foundation is opening its doors to us as it does every two years. Thanks to our buddy John High, Bush and the and the foundation staff there which are just terrific..
"nine oclock" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Contact with a leader that is Marge Lovin Hello, America. This is Mark Levin are number 87738138118773813811. As far as I know, at least up to this point. We will be doing one live signing in a place where were actually allowed to do a live signing. It's become a tradition with me. In my books and my next guest. John Hi bushes, the great executive director of the Reagan Library and Foundation. And John High Bush. I believe you have an announcement to make. How are you, sir? I am terrific, Mark. I'm just terrific. And yes, this is a tradition and yes, I have an announcement. Would you like to hear it, Mark? Well, I think so. Okay. Like you said, Mark only place in the entire United States. For someone to come to alive. Signing of American Marxism. Your newest book and best book I might add is going to be here at the Reagan library. On Saturday, August 14th and the book signing where Mark will appear live is from 1 30 in the afternoon until 5 30 in the afternoon. After that, if you want to stay for dinner with Mark Mark is going to be with us at dinner from six o'clock until seven o'clock. He has a program where we first speaks, then from seven o'clock to 8 30 or nine oclock, depending about how tired market is at the end of the day. We'll have dinner. So you know mark when we've when you and I have made this announcement before, uh, the phone lines get jammed the computers darn near crash and I'm sure that's what's going to happen again. If you want to come see mark for this. You need to go online right away. Otherwise The tickets are going to be sold out. I'm sure in under 10 minutes Where do people go?.
"nine oclock" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Are number 87738138118773813811. As far as I know, at least up to this point. We will be doing one live signing in a place where were actually allowed to do a live signing. It's become a tradition with me. In my books and my next guest. John Hi bushes, the great executive director of the Reagan Library and Foundation. And John High Bush. I believe you have an announcement to make. How are you, sir? I am terrific, Mark. I'm just terrific. And yes, this is a tradition and yes, I have an announcement. Would you like to hear it, Mark? Well, I think so. Okay. Like you said, Mark only place in the entire United States for someone to come to alive signing of American Marxism, Your newest book and best book I might add. It's going to be Here at the Reagan Library on Saturday, August 14th and the book signing where Mark will appear live is from 1 30 in the afternoon until 5 30 in the afternoon. After that, if you want to stay for dinner with Mark Mark is going to be with us at dinner from six o'clock until seven o'clock. She has a program where we first speaks, then from seven o'clock to 8, 30 or nine oclock, depending about hound, tired market is at the end of the day. We'll have dinner. So you know mark when we've when you and I have made this announcement before, uh, the phone lines get jammed the computers darn near crash and I'm sure that's what's going to happen again. If you want to come see mark for this. You need to go online right away. Otherwise, if the tickets are going to be sold out, I'm sure in under 10 minutes, So where do people go? You have a precise location for them. We do We do. Markets at Reagan Foundation got. Org forward slash 11. So I'll say it again. It's Reagan foundation dot org. Forward slash Well, then that's where you can make your reservations to join us. That's where you can pre purchase the book if you'd like. That's where you can get organized and find your way out here. But I really Really urge people if they want to come. Don't wait. Sign up right now where you're going to lose your chance. And I want to thank the hospitality of John High. Bush and the crew over there at the Reagan library. Now, folks, it isn't a joke. It's seriously we get a lot of people complaining later. If you want to get in, you gotta act now. Got a Reagan foundation dot org slash levin. Reagan Foundation that orc slash l e v i n If you want to get in, As far as I know, it's going to be the only live event.
South Africa Tightens Restrictions to Fight Resurgent Virus
"Vaccine against the beater variant, first identified in South Africa. The less good news is that covid infections in South Africa. Are again going up, leading to President Cyril Ramaphosa announcing new restrictions. Focus is on limiting social contacts while preserving The economy and preserving livelihoods. The peak of this third wave looks set to be higher than the previous two waves. The first wave. If we recall lasted 15 weeks, the second wave lasted Nearly nine weeks. We don't know how long this one will last. But indications are that it could last longer. Well, let's talk to me in Milan, editor of of Chief of Becky sees a center for health journalism in South Africa Welcome to news Day Quite an alarming comment there from Cyril Ramaphosa. Tell us what is going on with this third wave. Yes, our third wave. As a president said. It looks like it will be worse than both our 1st and 2nd waves. At the moment, it's largely concentrated in how thing which is the province way most of the business and happen in South Africa. It's where Johannesburg is situated. About 60% of infections have new infections happen in Johannesburg and in helping at the moment and because the, um the pandemic is starting to move so fast, and we now have restrictions like our president mentioned and it's quite strict. It's all gatherings have been banned since last night. So it started this morning. Restaurants are no longer allowed to save sit down bills, and we have a curfew from nine o'clock in the evenings to four o'clock in the mornings, and importantly and schools will close. By the end of this week. All schools need to be closed and the sale of alcohol has been prohibited. This is the third time that we have an alcohol sales spin. South Africa is a country with a very strong drinking culture. And when hospitals get overloaded, and we bend the sale of alcohol, and it reduces the number of drama related cases in hospitals to open updates for covert. The other, really bad thing that happened is that we have the delta very in now, that seems to be spreading
"nine oclock" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Doug, what do you think you might be a little premature on that, But, you know, it's definitely most roofing if you want. If you want solar had always suggest doing roofing, then solar well with that is something we're gonna talk about in the third segment today today. It's an exciting day, Doug. We don't always get to just spend the day together in the studio and talk about our businesses and what's going on in our lives. We always, you know, have incredible guest on the show. A matter of fact, next week, I'm going to go ahead and tease this. We're going to have Professor Joe Calhoun and Craig from the business School of Florida State University. Do you remember when we had him on about these about a year ago? I think so. Yeah, we had him on the show I might be doing remotely. I think you were actually no, I might this next week. I'll be remotely or are you gonna go? I'll be in the keys. How lucky you and the key. Which key you're going to. You asked. Key West. All right. Well, we're going to talk about key west. There's some interesting set down there a while. Uh, yeah, we go every year. Usually keys are nice. Key west. That's a hell of a drive. Does I'm flying Oh, there you go. Okay, right here out of Tampa. Am straight straight straight shot. Yeah, that's the way to go. That's like it's like seven hours. No, it's retail. I don't want to drive at all. And it's a terrible joke with my hip and everything is just no fun. Hips. Don't lie down its don't lie. They don't. Uh, so anyway, we got a great show for you next week, Zhou Calhoun of Florida State University professor. He is leading the, uh, unconquered by debt program at Florida State University. And the reason I absolutely member him remember him? Yeah, we like that, because Doug and I were always big on educating the young professionals, young people. Lot of college. The one thing that we've noticed Doug and I love talking about trade trades. Yeah, whether whether college is even needed. Yeah, right. But what Professor Calhoun is doing as he has a program that he's teaching kids believe it or not in college, about debt and about interest rates and credit and credit cards and checking accounts and Types of money. It's it's crazy that we go through school and we're not taught these basic things. You know, I teach junior achievement at care with Day school for my kids. And that's all that's trying to teach kids at an age between 3rd and 5th grade about money and the different types of money and how to use it, and we even get into things like interest, but it blows my mind that this goes all the way to college and you don't really It's not. It's not part of our curriculum. My parents were the ones that taught me about it, but I mean, it definitely wasn't in high school and I really wasn't in college if you took I mean, I know something. Maybe a core classes go over some stuff, but it's not like stuff about finance. So it's It's like it's kind of like when you take When you take a test like you took a test to become roofing, contractor and stuff. I took a test to become a mortgage originator. You don't really teach you how to do your job right to use this information, right? They just teach you this crash landing Most most high schools useless information. I hate to agree with you. I Daniel. I always have to agree with Doug. But no, He's right. There's not There's really no no real curriculum or course It teaches you how to live like how to open a checking account. I mean, obviously, things like reading is good and writing is good and understand. Math concept is good, but there's lots of things they go outside the box is like, really Do I ever gonna use to ever get in my entire life? A staggering theorem? When's the last time you used that on the roof the other day? Never know a squared plus B squared equals I use like I some A little bit of different parts of math, but not like calculus and trigonometry. And that's the same thing like 98% of People who come out of high school and college will not use those types of skills in the performer profession. Look, Let's be real. Who is the people that started high schools? And started pushing people in high schools and education. I don't know. I don't know either, but like I feel it just, you know, I think it's people that you know where I believe we have lots of you know, we have, like Titans engineer are entrepreneurs in the world that need employees. Correct. So you need people that are just, you know, they're mindless. It's like dangerous. We were not. It's almost control thing. Everyone needs employees. I feel like some people like if you start teaching everyone entrepreneurship, right, what's going to happen? You won't have anybody in the workforce. Well, I mean, it's just like, how about if you start giving everybody money? Yeah, Same difference. The same problem Having looks like going out this weekend River at the beach and everybody's closing at eight or nine oclock. Everybody is slammed yet. I'm looking at empty tables in these restaurants. But they're saying it's a two hour window. Also, my I just got an update from my supply house today. Okay, I still get taught within 23 weeks, right? It's going from 23 weeks. It's going from it was just it was updated from 6 to 8 weeks. Now it's 20 to 24 weeks out. Why? Because there's no one along to work, so there's no one to just make the product. It's insanity because of the money we gave away. One wants to work well, The reason I diverted it's a little bit. What you're saying is because you're you're kind of going down the path of the control method of education and who created it. And in reality, how education kind of it's not an incident that controls us, But it guides us. Where certain groups or individuals wanted essential articles holiday on that woman That's from North Korea. That was very high in college, and she was, she said. The United States is like we're on the wrong path. His college professors are teaching Children there met their their beliefs of liberalism, or, you know, whatever they are, that's like it's just not. It's not going to get right. They're indoctrinating yes and rate and that's what makes us that's what makes people like you and I scared as to thinking is, how deep is this indoctrination and then you see it going all the way down to the elementary level..
"nine oclock" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Happening. I okay. This is what I'm talking about. And and you don't find any questions about his cognitive abilities. Even ask about him. Of course not. This is a media CNN. They've got the CNN CEO. Jeff Zucker project Veritas does The employees at CNN. Top staffers saying in their nine oclock meeting every morning Jeff Zucker tees off on Trump. Has a personal vendetta against him. Hates him as a person. Tells us what to say. This is the organization that Caitlin Collins works for, but it's not good enough for Joe. He's off on her. Can you imagine if Trump said that if you're a person of color, sexist Racist. Condescending. You're in the wrong business. Who says that? Now. Barack Obama. In an interview. Said, quote. Talking to you about this before. If you watch Fox News You perceive a different reality than if you read The New York Times. Two years ago in 2017, he said, Quote. If you watch Fox News, Fox news, I wouldn't vote for me. But if anybody can help bridge our divides Obama said. It's Joe Biden. He spent his life bringing people together. And, um Obama says. He's been focused. On beating back the pandemic and rebuilding our economy ideas that Americans from both parties can support. Alright, This is Obama. America had been fractured by a combination of political, cultural, ideological and geographical divisions. That just seemed to be deeper than just differences in policy, he said. All right. This is a man. Barack Obama. When he's running for office as senator. He said. This Steve Kroft of 60 minutes. How important is race in defining yourself? I am rooted in the African American community, but I'm not defined by it. I am Comfortable in my racial identity, But that's not all I am. You think the country is ready for a black president? Yes. You don't think it's going to hold you back? No. You know the I think if I Don't win this race. It will be because of other factors. It's going to be because I have not. Show the American people vision for where the country needs to go that that they can embrace Mr Obama. I know you're listening. Here's my question is that the reality Americans should perceive Or is this the reality Americans should receive. I'm glad that, uh, not only is the Justice Department looking into it. I understand now that The governor of the state of Florida, has formed a task force to investigate what's taking place. I think all of us have to do some soul searching to figure out how does something like this happened, and that means that we examine The laws in the context. For what happened, as well as the specifics.
"nine oclock" Discussed on WTOP
"It Fitzgerald Toyota like the fuel efficient RAV four. Visit Fitzgerald Toyota ad fit small dot com Today Jack Taylor w T o P Traffic in YOUR forecast from Storm Team four's Lauryn Ricketts, We're gonna go partly sunny today with just attaching humidity. Temperatures are going to be a little warmer than yesterday. Yesterday Low eighties Today we're in the mid to possibly upper eighties depending on how much sunshine we get. Now we will have some more rain late tonight, I'd say anytime after about six P.m. in the shadow of Ali. But after about eight or nine oclock along I 95 we could have sense of your weather. Overnight. Damaging winds would be the primary threat. Similarly green showers tomorrow otherwise low eighties as we become clear tomorrow, beautiful Wednesday and Thursday temperatures right around 80 degrees. I'm Storm Dean for meteorologists warned. Make it 67 degrees in Gaithersburg, Now 69 in Arlington. We have 70 Atlanta and 69 degrees in friendship Heights. Brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers go to long fence that Common schedule Your free estimate today. 8 11. The district is preparing to elect a representative for D C. Residents who are in jail. The candidates themselves are behind bars. It's the first election of its kind. Five candidates at the D. C. Jail are running for seats. Seven F seven on Ward Sevens Advisory Neighborhood Commission. The C created in 2011 has never been filled The jails lockdown during the pandemic has made it challenging. But with the election tomorrow, the candidates recently released videos introducing themselves Gary Prompter is one of them. I would work on raising the detail Pain, more jobs, decreasing. Com Story also on the ballot, Joel Cast stone as your commissioner. I will make sure that I hear your concerns,.
"nine oclock" Discussed on WTOP
"End of the third Street Tunnel slows is right up toward New York Avenue. But the freeway's looking good right now between the 14th and the 11th should find your travel lanes open. Jack Taylor, deputy T o P. Traffic and here Storm team for meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts. We're going to go. Partly sunny today would just attach a humidity. Temperatures are going to A little warmer than yesterday. Yesterday Low eighties Today we're in the mid to possibly upper eighties depending on how much sunshine we get. Now we will have some more rain late tonight, I'd say anytime after about six P.m. in the Shenandoah Valley, But after about eight or nine oclock along I 95 we could have some severe weather overnight. Damaging winds would be the primary threat. Summly Green showers tomorrow, Otherwise low eighties as we become clear tomorrow beautiful Wednesday and Thursday temperatures right around 80 degrees for meteorologist Born rickets 69. Degrees at Farragut Square. Now 69 in Rosslyn, and we have 67 degrees in friendship Heights. Brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today. 7 11 to your health sponsored by D. C. Health Get Vaccinated D C go to vaccinate dot d c dot gov new this morning, Gaithersburg based Novak says it's vaccine is 90% effective against the coronavirus, the company says in a study of more than 20. 9000 people. The vaccine was also 100% effective against moderate and severe versions of Covid 19. Dr. Greg Glenn, the president of research and development in Nova Vax says trial participants didn't experience one common side effect. If their arm hurts really bad, you know, they know they might have gotten their vaccine in our trials. People have no idea So our vaccines very safe, and I think the people in our trials have have you know, wanted to stay in the trials because of Novavax also says the vaccine protects against Covid 19 variants. The company plans to file for emergency use in the U. S and other countries. In September, the FDA is outlining a Baltimore vaccine plants failures that cost tens of millions of Johnson and Johnson covid vaccine doses to be rendered useless. The agency says the emergent bio solutions factory failed for weeks to seal off the preparation area for vaccine ingredients and allowed production waste to be hauled through the area. Some 60 million doses of the vaccine had to be thrown out. That plant has been shut down. For the past two months. Some parents have been keeping their kids away from doctors offices because of the pandemic that has the CDC concerned about a marked decline in routine childhood vaccinations. You should not wait. Dr Michael Warren of the Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, call your Child's doctor today. Find out Are they do for a well child checkup? Have they missed any immunizations? And how quickly can you get them in for that visit? I would not delay I'd call today He's concerned about highly contagious diseases such as measles when more kids in the community are behind and and don't have the measles vaccine were at risk for outbreaks of measles and other infectious diseases. Kristi King w T o P News With marijuana use laws easing in Virginia and the district. It's important to realize that ingesting marijuana can be dangerous for your pet. The blue Pearl Pet Hospital chain says it's seen an increasing number of ingestion cases. THC, the most potent psychoactive cannabinoid in marijuana can be absorbed both orally and through inhalation. If your dog gets into it somehow, symptoms can show in as little as five minutes and include depression. Pupil dilation, slow heart rate. Hypothermia, leaking urine. That chain says seizures. In coma, although uncommon can also occur. It is recommended you call your veterinarian or bring your pet to a vet hospital if they have ingested marijuana or substances containing it. Sandy Kozel w T O P. NEWS. It's.
Socialist College Professors Indoctrinate and Coddle Kids
"Now are coddled. They go to college. They were impressionable. They haven't lived in the real world where if you lived in the real world, you'd see your professor named Chad with his long hair spouting off about socialism, playing the guitar in the campus, small eating donkeys and you'd be like dinky Chad. This is the dumbest freaking idea I've ever heard. Can we say that? Sorry, if not just buzz me. Yeah, it's a I want to say something else, but the FCC would find us. It's the stupidest damn idea ever. I lived in the real world. Chad. I've been out playing baseball and having two jobs in some third. Team. You know what I got Friends of mine who didn't do squat. I had a paper route. When I was a kid I used to deliver news days is the statute of limitations open on the tax things Still not because I don't think I paid taxes on that job. I think I made like $100 in three years. But I'm just throwing that out to the IRS may come from me tomorrow, but some of my friends didn't work. They slept till nine o'clock in the morning. Sometimes 11 o'clock I was up at five, putting together the Sunday paper delivering Newsday's working for tips. Therefore, when I got to college, I kind of figured it out that Chaz or Chad, whoever it was teaching socialism, you know, sociology professor on the campus with his long hair singing love songs to students was probably a moron.
12-Year-Old Boy Shot in Chest in Brooklyn, New York City
"Old boy is in the hospital after being shot in Brooklyn Saturday night. Cops say the child was walking down the street around nine o'clock. When he was shot in the chest on Malcolm X Boulevard and Madison Street in Bed Stuy. Police say the boy was not the intended target, and the shooting stemmed from an altercation between two groups. The child was taken to Kings County Hospital and is expected to survive. Thus far. No arrests have been made. As the investigation is well underway
Big Companies Like FedEx and Nike Paid No Federal Taxes
"Now it's 5 42 new research confirms the staggering death toll from the Corona virus pandemic. The number of U. S deaths. Normally change is less than 2% each year. But in 2020, it rose nearly 23%. That's according to research from Virginia Commonwealth University, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The researchers say covert 19 accounted for roughly 72% of the so called excess deaths from last year and disruptions caused by the pandemic. We're likely Cause of many of the remaining excess deaths. I'm a steak at a Baltimore factory that ruined 15 million doses of the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine is not expected to affect how much vaccine Virginia gets next week. Virginia is still due to receive more than 200,000 doses of Johnson and Johnson vaccine next week, But future delivery schedule of Johnson and Johnson is a bit up in the air doctor. Danny Avila is Virginia's vaccine coordinator. He says Prince William County is close to Moving to face one see throughout the Commonwealth as soon as Sunday local health district will have the option to move forward into Phase two and everyone age 16 and older in Virginia will be eligible for vaccine. By April. 18th Michelle BASH w T. O P NEWS HUNTER Biden the son of President Biden is speaking out in a new interview with CBS. He claims he doesn't have any idea whether a laptop at the center of a controversial New York Post story was his But when pressed further on that, Biden did suggest that there may have been a laptop that was stolen from him. The story detailed a computer purportedly belonging to Biden that was left at a Delaware computer shop and never picked up in the Post reported that emails on the computer raised questions about Biden's business connections in Ukraine. The interview with Biden airs tomorrow morning on CBS Sunday morning is going to air it nine o'clock, Many big companies are paying zero federal tax despite pretax profits. Report. Washington Policy Group says more than 50 of the largest U. S companies paid no federal income taxes. Last year, the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, says 55 companies, including Nike and Duke Energy, paid zero in taxes by taking advantage of tax breaks that were preserved or expanded under President Donald Trumps 2017 Tax code overhaul. $2.2
Seattle opens fourth COVID-19 vaccine site
"Lucidio seattle is opening another vaccination site this time nor seattle college and ku wo. W's anna boyko why rock tells us it opens at nine o'clock this morning. The new site is open wednesdays through fridays nine to four but the city of seattle says. There are no open spots this week or next week. That's because the city reached out to people in north end zip codes who are on the city's vaccine notification list and told them about the new site and within twenty four hours. The appointments were all booked. According to the mayor's office people who walk up without an appointment won't be accepted either. The city says whatever extra doses. there may be. We'll go to volunteers and eligible college staff at the beginning. The north seattle college site will give close to twelve hundred shots a week with enough supply. The city said it could increase that to six thousand
A Conversation With Travel Influencer, Glo Atanmo
"Listen you guys. Today's episode is so exciting. I didn't want every episode to be of people that i don't know or have relationship with so i'm excited on this week's episode. This is someone who has come into my life and when we get together it is so much fun and there are a few times when we've gotten together and i've said we should have recorded this. It's horrible that we are now in a world where we're saying. Oh my gosh. She should have captured this. This is tweet about this. Is i g worthy. Except why can't this just be a personal moment between us. Everything is now. Oh we should record this. I guess because to let people in on our lives and to give people a little bit of us and so i'm excited because my next guest glow attend mo is someone that is so inspiring to me. I follow her on instagram at glow graphics and she is beyond graphics hunting. She is in educator. She is a traveler. A blogger an influence or and i don't mean influence as it only gonna look at my new nail polish. No honey an influence each life in your mind right. Please welcome i. Frank glow attend mo- such a long time. I'm just sitting here and gratitude. Thank you so much michelle and just you know you've influenced importance in the same way and i just have so much respected admiration for you. So thank you for having me on the show. It is honey. Come on this. Podcast is caught checking in. And i love to check in with people from all walks of life and i admire how you check in with yourself daily minute by minute. You are taking care of yourself. You're making moves that have you in mind cause lots of times. We can work in an industry where it's to have other people in mind mr put others first regardless of how you're doing like today i had to check myself because i've been waking up to messages. That don't even say good morning. Is it a little off. Everybody's off to the races. And i'm learning that you are type of person where there is a deadline. Yes i respect it lines. But you've gotten to a place where you're like come on share and look. I have to be so intentional because michelle. You and i both have really big hearts and we're very generous people and people know that and when you're a light worker in your light people are drawn to that and i decided unlike for my own self care. My phone goes on. Do not disturb from eight pm to eight am if the world is burning down i wouldn't until eight. Am girl like eight am. I check in with everybody else but until then wake up at five. So i need my three hours of lila nds. Meditation prayer. Journaling working out. Because if i'm not whole i cannot poor from a place of wholeness and a lot of times and i did this most of my life on wakeup check. My who needs me before. I can even porn to myself. I'm already pouring into someone else. The minute i wake up. And i'm not pouring from a place. A fullness importing from place of urgency or desperation. Oh my gosh. This sounds like an emergency. Your emergency does not constitute one on my end. Yeah and people love to project and also you'll lack of preparation is met my emergency okay and and again like you have to give you have to love yourself more than you love other people in that sound selfish but like it's an act of self care So you don't believe that self care is selfish is when you're at her that south carolina selfish. It's all about you you in. It's gonna take time to transition and and people will come back at you like you'll you took three hours to get back to me. I i was working out. I was praying. Yes i check my phone for the first time at ten. Am yes. I got back to you when i saw my phone. Lau and people can't even contextualized as a possibility that someone else could be pouring into themselves before for yemenia yet. And i think that's a great lesson for everybody. Listening to this week's episode is Maybe in order for you to do that you might have to wake up an hour earlier like you say you're up at five. Am maybe i thought i was doing something by being a no later than seven. Fifteen am but i'm to try to see what it's like to actually be a bit five eight. Am and with this time change. It's dark it's still dark at five. Am and here's the thing. Because i'm a creator. I have this like mad. Scientists evil genius in me. That i'm like before the sun go what we not feel. Almost this instinctual sense of like i'm doing something. Yes dark the sun. what's up. What you can with our sleeping grinding. Also go to bed at nine o'clock. So i also want people to listen to this and think by. Oh you ain't getting sleep. No i love. I love my come on. But i'm going like grandma. Go to nine o'clock so do you think you're most productive when you stay on that schedule. Yes yeah thousand percent because of something beautiful about knowing that even if my phone wasn't on do not disturb. Most people aren't up one needs me. They're not going to give you till eight. Am when they wake up. So the fact that. I can do what i gotta do before people wake us like i just it makes
Patrick's Hot Take on Clubhouse
"Everybody it's another episode of after hours and today. Oh boy we're going to talk about the most fomo inducing social media app out there drum. Roll me second drummer. Drummoyne desk here. It's called clubhouse okay so you might remember a couple of weeks ago. We had A listener mail. Message from brent mcginnis and i was talking to brat around that time and we stayed in touch. He wrote me a note and he said hey. Do you have any advice for clubhouse. You know i'm going to start getting involved clubhouse and my my answer was i don't know because clubhouses causing me a bunch of foam stress i don't think about clubhouse and so i decided to talk about club does this week because it. I just said it like a canadian. Their club hosts. I meant clubhouse. Because everybody's talking about clubhouse. I feel like every conversation i have has a clubhouse element and everybody kind of criticize out clubhouses the worst but yet they're all on it and so i just think it's interesting to unpack that. What the heck is going on with clubhouse and so i have five conham went through for five hot takes on clubhouse that i wanna share with you today okay. Hot take number one this. I don't think it's that hard to take. But tell you think i think clubhouse is interesting and i'm gonna tell you why i have spent a little time on there and people have cool conversations. That are outside of the norm. So i think the very obvious use case clubhouse it's a place to congregate a following so for example we can have a really cool foam sapiens event. Where a bunch of us get together and we start talking about the show and the things that we like from the show. It'd be great chance for me to meet some you listeners. And maybe we'll even do that in fact if you're interested doing that and you're a member of clubhouse I would love to hear more about that. You can actually follow me on clubhouse at petro mcguinness so check me out patrick mcguinness and i just like like the fact that you get groups of people together and there are some really interesting people. Obviously the musk's of the world now those types come on. That's great too. But i i was on a A bunch of conversations about dating or about social life for about politics and people. I never heard of were getting up and talking pretty honestly and sometimes saying some crazy things. I was like ward. You said that. While but i just think it's a great way to learn about topics that you may not have exposure to and frankly i was looking to a conversation about race and that's a conversation that i really wanted to hear and i don't have all the time with with certain people in so hearing about Concepts of racial equity and and in from people who are living Living lives are affected by racism for me was super education. I valued being able to hear that. So i think there's a lot of value for people when they listen on clubhouse but let's move onto number two hot tag number two. It is super super time. Consuming i mean you get on clubhouse and then you like fourteen hours later when you get off because your phone is dying. You're like oh my god like what time go i. I wonder if people maybe just put it on in the background while they're doing other things but who is just. It just sucks up a lot of time. And i have a good friend who's been doing a benz on there and she was telling me her experiences like yeah. I love doing it. But frankly i you know i i. It's like start things. Go for three hours. So you start at nine o'clock and suddenly midnight and you're sorta like gosh. What are the time go and so it does require a ton of time and that's an interesting thing because obviously during a pandemic people have time to spare and so it's just a great way to kill time but what's going to happen when people are busy again. Are they gonna wanna be clubhouse. That is a mystery. We don't know what's going to happen. But i do think that the time sort of element. It's going to have to change because people cannot devote three hours for conversation Every week or every night or however frequently you're on it. And i think maybe after the pandemic will see that those conversations will get a little shorter. That's what i would predict but we will see when that happens.
Human Factors on the other side of the world
"And welcome to this episode of twelve to human factors podcast. I'm nothing slightly. Because i've been playing around with the new gadget and actually be playing the intro before the start of a recording session where normally i'm cutting afterwards This focused is a bit special for me. Because actually it's going to be the third we've ever had a guest and it's a gentleman who used to work with in early career. It's actually real delight to be able to catch up with somebody. So i want you all to cowbridge. Welcome cal thank you now to say yes. It's it's been. It has been way too long. Tallies the director of age of x which is a human factors consultancy based out in new zealand. And that's where he's talking to his Today he's a A member of the human factors ergonomics society of new zealand ways. Also been past president and he's also a fellow of the charge into economic and human factors here in the uk. So thank you very much for making time to chat today. It's absolutely fantastic. It's it's early in the morning for you at the moment. is that right. Nine o'clock nine. That's still in the morning. Yes relaxing get at least it took about organizations. Look at niebuhr tried to work out exactly where we were in the county. I actually had to do maths. Partido my strongest point and the year as well yes. He does not harmful. It's absolute fantastic to catch up so the audience. Could you just give a quick rundown on. What is he doing now. So what you enroll in What do you get up to okay So as far as already said i run a company called hatchbacks limited and saturday with huma practice consultancy. that's based oakland and the Consultants dotted elaborate country. Also complete news in australia and the a lot of the work. A lot of the work that we are doing at the moment is is. i suppose. It's focused if you can imagine a general project lock saad Very much focused on suppose the more often than not test inside of things so So usually we get cold into either test new technology. That's already been deployed which is not ideal obviously o'reilly We may well begin. Possibility and more requirements are suppose requirements looking at gaps analysis. You Kicking off a project. That's g that's generally the the bulk of the The area where we are that being said in congress too much detail by working such project to the where we have been involved victims from taiwan and To some rapid prototype in some testing on in the process now of of just kicking off the final aspect may trial at the new technology. Selectiveness generally what it can be quite varied quite a rarity. Isn't it to pick up the product right from the beginning of which we preach and evangelize about human factors should be throughout. It is still much more rare than than i would like. Yeah yeah so. Before we get into the project you get into all that type of thing we are talking through still through the pandemic. It's still kicking around but also new zealand is being you've done within a very different way too. Many of the other countries you personally you clearly have done. All the countries are you've dealt with it very differently. How you found working through. Code fatty extremely hard. And i don't thing that many of us human factors people using that have an easy ride from its own. I can't speak for everybody personally. And what i found was a lot of projects guts canceled Projects got delayed And that was not necessarily affecting too badly because they had naturally stocked. it's out in some cases. Been an opportunity that was in the pipeline over native really. Was the name on the dotted line in that nine. Never came Really for me. I don't tend to think that we've got work until that names on the doc- lab because of the years that you can think that you've got something and then right at the eleventh hour. Somebody changes the martin. Some corporate decisions might control
Houston police Chief Art Acevedo leaves Texas for Miami
"Expecting to hear from outgoing. Houston police chief. Art awesome vado later today at a press conference where he'll officially announce his resignation awesome. Show will head to miami in a few weeks to serve as the city's new chief of police after more than four years in houston the mayor could announce more about hpd's leadership this week and at large city council member. Latisha plumber says the next chief will have a lot of work to do. The relationships between police people is unsatisfactory. What things look like on camera is very different. Looks like within the community. Plumber will field your questions today on houston matters. That's coming up at nine o'clock here on news. Eight seven.
Police Officer Is Arrested Over London Woman’s Disappearance
"Top story on on all of the. Uk's newspapers the morning has been the disappearance and murder of the thirty three year old. London woman sierra eve rod so all of the papers of lead with us obviously. This is a massive story. Not just because. I'm a woman has who was walking home at about nine o'clock at night disappeared and now it remains have been found but the fact that the person who has been charged or arrested and charged with kidnapping amid is assuming police officer. Sorry of course you know this becomes more than a story just about crime at become. It's become the story about Women's saif can we trust the police. These these wider issues. That you know mike. People feel really uncomfortable. And in quite skiers and i think the the coverage is being really interesting around that this morning. The for instance. The times with the headline police insist women's saif discovered so not just about what. What's actually developing in the case but focusing on this wider issue of our women scf. Can they walk at home by themselves. Inc can can trust police. You know the people who are tasked with protecting us. I was so i think it's really interesting. Just looking at this coverage. And i think that will will notice this more as the story continues to develop in the uk and in london the different way that news newspapers a pulling together these stories with the headlines they choose the pitches they choose and which pitches they decide to give 'em you know the prominence to so you know. Some newspapers decided to go along with a picture of sierra. Which is usually what you would expect. You know. Today you put the front seemed to but then some other newspapers like the daily telegraph for instance. Actually with a huge picture of this police officer. Who's been arrested and a very very small thumbnail picture of sierra. And so. I think it's going to be really interesting watching. In this case we at we at prominence is given in folkestone as at the victim as the perpetrator
Leaving Your Comfort Zone With Helen Wu Of Asian Boss Girl
"St helen. My darling are you your save time. Yeah we've got cousy by going eighth grade next week. So i'm ready for this. You're all said. I actually grabbed a pillow to while you grabbed one. I was like well. I have one year to might as well get comfy. It has been a year We're almost a year now. actually. I think arms. That's coming out at pretty much like the year. Marker can you believe us yeah of quarantine yes all of your what but yeah i am sorry. That's like all that occupies my mind still girl. Have you been recording so much that the student come up at the end of the year. I've not on that. I'm working on it But congratulations like this is the first time you've been on my show which i'm so excited because i know that you've been very busy and gone fulltime with asian girl and like all of that. It's amazing and i want to dive into all of that. Because when we last each other in person of those allies that we've bumped into each other since then but like we got like sit down and really talk. That was like at a off the mike event which was like lifetimes ago. Yeah yeah yeah. so how's it. it's i mean. Yeah that's been a long time ago. it's been good. I guess relatively good. It has been busy but you know with the whole. Kobe thing staying at home not being friends. I think miami someone who is a little bit more extroverted But i think. I'm going to be more introverted. Now with the the whole pandemic thing like i don't mind being home. I didn't hold dry. January and i was completely fine. I think it's mostly like the fomo aspect of it when you know you are at a party and you're not participating that's when the i struggle i've been doing okay with all of that you know since everybody's they're stuck in their corners. It's like it's actually. Yeah yeah yes january. I've never done that before thirty days of of just no alcohol and it feels good to be able to wake up early on a saturday and get shit done. Wow i'm totally random aside. I've noticed that. Friday nights. I go to sleep the earliest. Is that just me you like. I don't know why. Brian nights a few like just like mesh than with every other day of the week. I can't tell when it's a friday. I don't know got it. I was just like why is it. Why do i stay until like two. Am on tuesday. Wednesday whatever right and then. Friday night kicks around in like it's nine o'clock. I'm going to bed because you're tired if you've been sleeping at two. Am all the other days. You're tired by broadening sense. It's just the irony of like the one night that i mike. I can do whatever i want. Only old lady by the crane. I feel you on that. I've been on for a long time. It's nothing new. It's nothing now. But yeah okay. So i i know that there. There's a lot of listeners. Actually i found out that People listen to both of our podcast which is really exciting. And i've definitely intro you and job. 'cause i love doing that for all my guests. I'm everyone's hype woman Because i love all of you guys but how would you. What do you have like your elevator pitch down and before you actually give it. I wanna to do the caveat because you did a a new twenty twenty one episode with a b g that i happened to stumble upon. I was catching up on you guys ever and you mentioned in like your intentions for the year that you are like down to be another people show in that you had a lot of this Like discomfort with public speaking in your life coming to terms without amazing so i was Putting on this. And i'm putting that out there as i'm fully aware of that but i'm really proud of you. I think it's awesome. I'm curious like have you been working on your elevator pitch and like how you would intro your soft on being on another person's show oh man mintier. I'm like that i'm here. I i know. I know i know i do feel very comfortable on. Here's the thank you so much for being being such an amazing person in a hype woman. I really appreciate that But yeah i mean. I did mention this on our podcast. My elevator pitch for myself or for. Abd or yourself. Okay so my name. Is helen wu or now lou. Yes yes i. I am engaged though. I do plan to change my last name and keep my woo as part of my middle name so i will be helen. It's funny because my middle name is also my chinese name so the way in chinese is suna but going to spell it is s. e. e. y. a. h. cea wa. okay. It's gonna be helen via wu wang.
Creighton Basketball Coach Suspended After "Plantation" Remark
"So creighton announced late thursday. That gray. mcdermott has now suspended from all team activities including this weekend's game because of racially insensitive remarks he made after a recent loss. What do you make of this decision. After they had previously said everything anything that we do will be handled internally. And i guess my second question would be this. If you're gonna do this which you know. Reasonable people can disagree on whether they should do what they did or not. But if you're going to do it. Why didn't you do it before the villa nova game because before the villanova game was still after this story had already been made public. That's the question here. I mean creighton completely botched this when we talked about this on the wednesday episode. You know the story had come out. Statements had been made and at that point our understanding was that any additional punishments. We're going to be private. which again is just bs. It doesn't just because you're a private institution. i mean. this is the same school that refuses to publicly acknowledge that it has received its notice of allegation from the empty aa which it has you know that stuff. Just doesn't fly with me at all as it pertains to this as it pertains to the way and all of that the fact that you suddenly like you allow mcdermott mcdermott. On the record has said. I was ready to resign. Okay i made a mistake. I misspoke. This was an egregious error if you want me to leave the program coach team anymore. I'm willing to do that okay. Players say no no no at least at least enough people said no. We're that did not happen. We don't know if anyone would have said yes. I'd prefer to do that. We don't have those answers. So mcdermott coaches against villanova and then creighton potatoes statement. You know in the nine o'clock eastern our about on thursday night after our crate. Men's basketball team returned to omaha earlier. Today father hendrickson. And i engaged with other senior leaders and dialogue and discussion regarding appropriate sanctions for remarks made by mcdermott. That were not in alignment with crayton's commitment to racial equity diversity in respect coach. Mcdermott and the team have accepted that effective immediately. He is suspended from all team. Activities including saturday's home season finale against butler further sanctions remained under consideration of all of which will be shared publicly. So he won't coach against butler on saturday. We don't know if he's going to coach again at all this season. It's quite clearly a terrible look to let him coach against in your biggest game of your season on the road against villanova with a league championship on the line. You know like it just doesn't look good. You do this. You haven't coached against villanova. Then he gets back home and now he's suspended. If if i don't quite understand why you weren't able to determine this from early sunday morning until wednesday we had all this time between the end of the year loss and when the statements came out acknowledging what had happened to decide this and then what changes in a matter of time apparently creighton remain on the road. I guess and so. This is the first time. I've actually got back to campus. And i don't necessarily think person to person interaction needs to require this kind of suspension mcdermott. By the way he did tweet when all this came out and said i made a mistake. And i own it. Mistakes come consequences and i accept and agree with the suspension.
More than 3,000 vaccine appointments now available in Washington, DC
"More than 3000 Appointments for coronavirus vaccinations are being made available today by DCs Health Department. People will be able to register starting at nine o'clock this morning. Just a few hours from now there was eligible include people with qualifying health conditions who live in priority ZIP codes. You can see a list of those conditions and zip codes on the w T o p AP The Health Department is offering the appointments after D. C's phone and online system crashed on Thursday. Just his thousands of residents became eligible to sign up for 4300 vaccine appointments.