20 Burst results for "Olenin"

"olenin" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:35 min | 2 weeks ago

"olenin" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Until at about thirteen. I started beating him. Oh i started taking the snot out of my dad and chess and he never won again. Wow once once. I beat him once. I figured out the game once i nailed it. My dad was done for and because he never gave me any mercy. I never gave him any. Mersal is your was your house. I mean you've got a professional athletes. Were they wildly competitor. Yeah my boys growing up yet. They definitely competed when i played When i used to pitch to him batting practice i the groove anything in their formed when they were little kisses. You know you gotta hit this. 'cause this participation trophy crap doesn't work in real life you gotta you gotta tell you keep your kids just like your father taught you about winning early win or lose. It's nope take-no-prisoners so to speak. It's been as olenin wendy nice. No that's not real life. You gotta go there. And you got to compete. I've got no problem by the way with competition. Ribbons really fried crap. It's okay to let a little kid feel good about himself. Why do you not want a little kid to feel. Tell tell them. It's okay winning and losing her supposed to hurt this. The bay thing is if you try your hardest. That's what life is all about trying your hardest and not quitting. You're not gonna always win. Everything isn't gonna always work out well for you but you can't quit. You can't give up but for the kids. That never win never win. Don't destroy their self esteem. they can do something else. Maybe they're good music a good school. But now everybody's going to be kobe bryant. Not everybody's gonna be. Bryce harper i go. I got a parenting question for you. So at what age do i start writing daniel. What you would aid them. Yeah how old is he right. He's going to be three in october way too soon. So i would say by the time. He's eight by the time the kids will know what they want to play what they liked to. And you can tell him off bobby knight on him but you gotta you gotta stop them starting to look if you're gonna play this when you if you start crying because you're losing not doing well it's okay to feel bad but don't don't be crying. Be tough you know being a young man or woman. Momo what if you're young daniel says to you you know what i wanna play is football. What would you say. I think i let him play flag football for a while. But i don't know if i'm going to do the the the i wonder if you wanna play tackle football. I want him to be a little older. Because i don't like the cto stuff but are you okay. With if he says football's my thing gets to high school he's like i'm playing football. This is going to be my life. Are you okay with that. I don't know. I didn't discouraged my voice from playing it. Even though they love and they were really good at it and the reason why i told him not to play football steve. Because if you've got a young boy out there and they want to football that's what they have a passion for. They want to see how far they can go into it but my new my boys didn't want play college football and obviously we're not thinking about the nfl. So i said if you're not going to be a college football player if that's not your goal that dope play high school because all you doing is beating your body up. Yeah yeah i talk coming up next for michael thomas hanging out hours love when that happens last night. Couple of interesting stories. One of them involves padres. Pitcher blake. Snell who was throwing a great game last night. A no hitter and basically agreed with manager j tingler that he needed to come out of the game after seven innings. Let's get into that coming up next for you. Mason and ireland seven ten espn..

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"olenin" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:19 min | 2 months ago

"olenin" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Morning glory america High candidate hugh hewitt in florida day. Two at the aligned defending freedom conference and not spend a lot of time talking about religious liberty. But they're really only two stories. This morning i know there are lots of silly stories. The texas democrats is just the silliest story in the world it's embarrassing to texan embarrassing to them they are shamefaced and they're being ridiculed appropriate everywhere that's not named msnbc really it's just a charade so that's not a story. I know the reconciliation bills unveil nine now. That people are working on infrastructure. That's not really a story. There are two stories cuba iran. Let me take the second one. I in the washington post this morning. Rachel pinette reports that iranian intelligence agents plotted to an abduct and iranian american journalist. Living in brooklyn and spirit her away to iran possibly the daring maritime evacuation the justice department. Alleging an indictment unsealed unsealed yesterday for arabians recharged in federal court manhattan. What's conspiring to kidnap the exile journalists and women rights activist masih dot who has long been critical of the regime in tehran. Olenin identified by prosecutors. But she confirmed on twitter that she was the intended target. I not know how any single member of team biden president secretary. Blinken wendy sherman. Who's dealing with the sons of in in the anna. How jake sullivan any of them. Pretend it is other than a ruthless pirate regime run by thugs and criminals. They are running this in the united states. This is the second time they were sending remember. They were sending turn to blow up the saudi ambassador copy milano in washington. Dc didn't stop team obama from flexing its enormous foreign policy genius to deal with the jcp. And now they're removing sanctions on the same day. Same week that they are revealing an indictment it did they not know have they tried to keep it secret long enough to get this going. They've elected a butcher as their president. So please joe biden. Knock that off number two. Please go to miami it is. It is horrible. What is happening in cuba yesterday overnight. The videos began to emerge. Thank you to senator rubio to other bray people in in cuba who are pushing out the details yesterday. I cy young. I clip of young cuban dissident on air with a spanish television station. She looked like afc afc's age and the thugs came to our house and they didn't drag her away just took her away and her friends. You know. the spanish television person should have shut down the phone immediately instead. She encouraged her friends to film at not thinking. Well you know the cuban secret police are going to look this out and come back with a friend. She vanished into a little white lada. I think a lotta. The last lot is in the world are operating on that godforsaken island at this point and drove her away later in the night they just began breaking down. Doors and people are on youtube when they got taken away by the secret. Police where joe biden the ought to be in miami. Thank god for people like lindsey graham ted cruz in rhonda sanders. All of them spoke up yesterday. Here senator graham talking about cuba. All i can say is america's with the people in cuba. The squad is not america bernie. Sanders is democratic socialist. I like him personally. But castro has their tongue. They actually admire the castro model cuba. The problem is that the squad can't speak up against communism and socialism because sort of where they want to take our country. This is yet another reason why we'll do well in twenty twenty. Two joe biden is awol freedom. Need you now president biden. The people of cuba need you to speak up. It should go on television very soon and say we stand with your right to demand freedom in cuba in our backyard. We're with you. We stand against the regime putting people in jail and snatching off the streets. This is a moment for joe biden to stand up for freedom in the face of oppression and coordination. We wanted to do rock. Can america do a number one pay attention to it. Go on twitter tweet. Everything that has got to do with cuba in these videos. Get out. it shouldn't be. Just be marco rubio. I came up after doing hours of discussion with atf lawyers and and various legal authorities who are gathered together to talk about religious liberty. And did it check on my twitter time feed and it had taken thirty five tweets till i found one on cuba and i. I love baseball too. I'm glad the major league baseball team was on last. I'm not buying anything from blue baseball this year. And they're changing all the rules back and all that good stuff. And i follow the texas fiasco and the ludicrous of the democrats. And i read the astonishing bill. But i'm lookin for stuff on cuba and france not an ordinary day. It's like not tweeting exclusively about the fall. One ninety nine. They are getting murdered in cuba. And they're trying to be free and it's in our backyard and there are millions of cuban americans who need attention such as ted cruz paid yesterday. Let's play senator cruz thing. That bernie says he supports the right of people to protest. You know who doesn't support that. Right the cuban communist dictatorship that bernie also supports.

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"olenin" Discussed on Decorating Pages

Decorating Pages

07:07 min | 7 months ago

"olenin" Discussed on Decorating Pages

"Yeah which is a little sugarcoated but Anyway fox the plug on it three weeks in the shooting and And before i left. Jim said all i tell you what. Why don't you come out to hollywood and At all hired a worth of us as hollywood giving it away. We're back to new york. I was newly married at the time. And and and got a got a car and drove out to hollywood just to sort of test. The waters see what it was like. I slept on. Jim's gyms living world tour. And i decided that's where i should be. 'cause new york was really tough. You know i didn't. I didn't know anybody there. And yeah getting into this theaters. And i was. I was looking to design for theatre and and that would have been almost impossible for me. Getting wasn't that talented. I i didn't. I didn't come with any kind of credentials. And i realized you know without harvard. Harvard degree where at least some of the work. I just didn't know anybody that i couldn't so i decided to come out the law los angeles and and and a lot of stuff worked as a production manager did kentucky fried movie as a production. I did Some good old boy driving in movies as sort of the art department said again peter later on these hundred and fifty thousand dollar movies got shown on the southern. You just do everything. There's no there's no there's no lines of what you can and cannot do get it done eventually. Migrated into doing some episode. Where did this all to forty robert. Which was jimmy. Dykes designed the the pilot. And then he didn't want to do the series. And so i took over the series and i started working episode. Tv and also doing. We had tb new. Continue doing of real real low budget features but But it interesting to this whole group of people. I did a lot of black black movies. Because at the time The the black stroke curious though cheryl's sweetheart she's the dog and and secure remember all the names but you know when the black movies come around and they'd offer them to the black decorators. The black artist didn't want to do them because they didn't want to get paid as just to a black stop. You world class talents that they wanted to do the big shows so they needed somebody to do it. And i came from the south. So i wound up doing the back. The story is actual page and And then king with with jim spencer and then Through the context. I'd met people i've met. I got hooked up with norman. Lear now haley olenin episodic thing called about palmerstown usa and it was semi autobiographical from alex about him growing up in the segregated south. Yeah i was looking into that. Because i had never heard of it but i was looking like oh. When was this on. I. i didn't. I mean i. I have never heard of it seventy and we only did the pilot and we did serve six six eight hour episodes now it but it's been it's been broadcast occasionally as sweet and i have to say it was it was it was really life changing for me. Alex was one of the best rock on tours. I'd ever met right. You can tell a story and you would be knows marrived. And i loved loved working up this glitter at this is to lead back to easy. This is this is what i wanna hear. This is what i'm in boy. So alex was really really special and so was Doorman normally lear. But i had much board dealings with alex. This show required Lots of principle sets and And it also meant that we had to build a little southern care and Which was great. We built it out at the deal. Disney ranch last week the canyon and Don't they don't have many pictures of it on. I'm be either well anyway. What happened was We had the sense that we're now call overseas studios at the time they were called air. At international and layered international was the old celtic studio and And it was a rare in that it would. There was the the old sandoval goal and lot which was in hollywood. And then the celtics studios. Which would now core city in part of sony and those were the two big independent lots were non-signatory. Lots just sort of before wallet if you come in and just rent the stages shoot whatever you wanted to. You didn't after after union signatory and We had the three largest stages for palmerstown and we had. That's where we had this goshi store. And the protagonist Says everyday sets well. Steven spielberg had come back from From shooting raiders of the lost ark in tunisia and And he had one more picture to do it. A three picture deal the was with universal and there was an impending strike so his strategy was to possibly get stay space at it independent lot and do it as a negative pickup. Continue china sweetheart. Deal of the dj went on strike it and keep production going so so he went down to look at all these stages and they took him for a tour of the three largest stages at the laird international studios and there were hats and he liked the sets and he was touring it with the guy that he hoped would shoot the movie guy. Defeating dollar and allen said yeah. These are nice and there's even room to light them. I mean. remember his a theater designer as well. Right so I got into the list of people interview back off and like your portfolio was in front of them. You didn't even have to show them anything. And also stephen at that point had jewish. Lucas lectured him and taught him out.

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"olenin" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

Startup Stories by Mixergy

05:16 min | 10 months ago

"olenin" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

"Well it's really the core. It's it's trusting other people at the core of it this Trusting other people will take care of your baby and and so letting go of control. And that's so hard for a lot of entrepreneurs and it it it is and continues to be sometimes hard for me. I've learned to adapt sorta land ends but in general but there are things that i still like to control but yeah for me. It was saying i can't be the person that makes every decision in the business. Serving gordon decision a half the handsome good people around me that can the can make some of these decisions example. Something that you hand it to somebody else has right now. Feels like every entrepreneur knows to do this. What is if you give me something specific. I think will feel the pain of in the early days is designed bill olenin i. I'm ruining i handed. That was better at it than i am. Not after after this panic attack what was it really was a lot about. Managing the client. Lot of the clients situations There wasn't a before that anytime a client might get frustrated. I was on the front line to take care of them. Makes them feel like they're being taken care of. And i let my team do some of that as well. of the esscalation point might share that with the team. Now i've painted the sales process. pandered hoste count management process landed off even the hiring that was limited more recently just in the last three two thousand four months I'm still involved in hiring decisions for some of our senior level people that some of the others. i'm not walden and so that was our for me as well to to let go. But but i found listen to a talk one time versus asked the much business owners was the single biggest limiting factor in your business and there are all kinds of answers but it came down to the speaker said all these are good things. But they're not the core the core. Is you the owner artists. Single biggest. Limiting factor your business and that really hit me like a ton of bricks. I was the bottleneck that i had to get him out. Way and release control. And so that's what. I continue to try to right. Let's close out with if somebody says you know what. I kinda like this guy. Want to work with him. I know i'm not going to get to work with directly. Because he's now learned to today. What kind of work do you do today. In the past we talked about just building basic websites. Give me give me an example of something that you could do for someone. Who's listening to us. Yeah i mean we were with clients that primarily. They wanna grow their feeling stuff. Maybe they're working with an agency now and they're not happy with the results or the transparency. Or you know they feel like the team is not Providing very good service so that that's a lot of we work with clients who are committed to growing your business. Because one of the things. I tell you know. My team is If you have a business owner that doesn't wanna grow then. There's not much we can. We can do for So is community growing their business and they're looking to use digital marketing to do that. They're look into founding. Do all these found on social media. and and have excellent website. That would impress their visitor and build trust and be enough to actually give them to fill out a form or pick up the phone or push by now but to do a transaction and so we just wanna be the the agency that's not the other. It's not another failed marketing agency. It's not another waste of money with no results. were we're the one that's actually now been transformed. Their business transform the lives of their employees and And our communities and and also but -sition others they're giving back. That's far alum to help. Businesses grow and other business owners are people. You didn't make my audience of do gooders like you. You know if if that's what they would support that all right. The website is thrive agency dot com. And i want to thank sponsors. Made this happen the i. If you've got people working with you even in for talking ten ninety nine people. I want you to go and check out. Gusto dot com slash mixture. Urgent do it before the end of the year. Get yourself settled for next year right. That's gusto dot com slash mixer. And when you're ready to start a website whether it's for new consulting company for anything i did go to hostgator. Dot com slash. Mickey both of those. Url's won't get you great deals from great companies. Thanks so much for being here. Matt andrews really fun really good to meet you. And i wanna learn more about you and your business right. Oh you will. Thanks a lot..

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"olenin" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"olenin" Discussed on Pantheon

"Her book Dolly the biography. Nate in Atlanta Discuss Dolly Parton humble origins, almost supernatural talent and precocious drive as well as Nashville's reaction to the book. One of the first critical biographies written about a country superstar popping those ear buds. Joy. and. All host Nate Wilcox and the damn joined by Olenin ash author of the biography Alannah. Welcome. Thanks for having me on. This is fun or good. I'm looking forward to it been a big Dolly. Parton fan in this book has a very unique place in Nashville history. It was the first critical biography, of country, Music Star to be published. Well, you know I I couldn't say that with with. Total assurance. But I do know that when it came out in nineteen, seventy eight. People were kind of Aghast in some ways because a lot of country music journalism was pretty much fan journalism fandango journalism at the time. and. Nationalist supposed to be in this one big happy family even still today I think. And I wanted to I was just a couple of years out of journalism school and I wanted to write a real biography and I was I loved her music and I I love to lot of things about her but she was at a critical point in your career where she was trying to expand beyond Nashville and beyond just your country and. The country pop performer and go on to do movies and whatever imagination. she she just wanted to see what all she was about and so that she seemed the perfect. Person for me to choose the subject of my first, which meant it was critical in the sense that it looked at sides in I, approach to his total journalism and looking at the pros and cons her struggle and how what her obstacles are going to be. And I think people were expecting that and she certainly wasn't expecting it and. It was it was controversial for quite a long time. And and Impacted your relationship with our presume that you never got that kind of access to her again. I didn't but nobody else did either She was she was going to be Wilder D- by it I mean. She was she saw his threats I think. She'd realize that. let me say this I think she thought because this book had been written in her previous biography about her as well. But I think she thought that meant that she could not write her own. She didn't realize there would be room for her own book. And of course, anyone would take exception to that but but then she saw that. Of course, she could do her own book and she actually didn't read it for years. She told Kirby at the billboard this she hadn't read it when it came out I think she was kind of find by it but then she read it use later and she said that I was a good writer which was a lovely compliment because she's such a good writer and we certainly have done interviews since then and she's been very gracious to me a particularly in in meeting my mother who's also from severe. Very kind to her, but I don't think anybody got the kind of access that I got after that you know she went to to management in La and the curtain came down much as it did with Elvis Presley after nineteen fifty-six. So to have two or three days with her. four along magazine piece that ended up later turning into a book just wasn't in the cards for for anybody healthy after that. Really pivotal time in her career and I think that makes book pretty fascinating historical document as well as the best still extant. Of Dolly Parton there've been a couple I think e did a true Hollywood story and there's a couple of documentaries on youtube but this is still The source of record for her early life and the beginning of her career and frankly. I do get an. Criticism here but you really covered her prime artistic years and what happened Post Nineteen, seventy eight was her. Explosion into the popular consciousness as a persona and a star, and she made some great albums still. But. But I feel like you captured her at her peak musical creative years and told her story in a really compelling way. So now let's let's get into Dolly and her story there's there's a metaphor in the book That is when she picked out herself that she identifies with the butterfly and you expanded on that a little bit. What is the importance of the butterfly image to? In her self perception. As a child out she she looks back herself as a child is being not very pretty at all is being actually kind of an ugly little girl I think she's still carries the self image, which of course, isn't even true when you look back these childhood photos of her but but as a kid in a very bleak heart of the country boy I, mean I have family in Knoxville landed Seville in what may took me to find that Tennessee Mountain Home House. That was way back in the in the woods in the sticks that even my my family lives in severe will had had a hard time finding. It was really remote. Partners grew up without electricity, for example still so I. Think you know there wasn't much around of collar. There wasn't much around of joy you had to make your own fun and. This this very creative, very bright child. Looked butterflies, she called fancy dressed up girls going to a party. So. Very, very creative and she saw them as being colorful and bright and had no way to harm you and they went about their business and bringing other people pleasure. So she identified with it and hoping that. She would be as gentle but determined and go about her business of making music, which would bring closure to others. One thing that emerges from your portrait of her is of an almost preternatural ambitious person who realized early on that she had a gift for music and looked at the world about her and sussed out that that would be. A practical approach to navigate in her path through life and achieving thanks she wanted to I mean from from very early days she's she's drawn to. The music of the Church and of her family and. She was born. You know of in the forties and she. Younger than people like Johnny cash or you know the Carter family or Jimmy Rogers. But in a Lotta she has she's one of the last country artists to have that old school..

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"olenin" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"olenin" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Against the Lakers on dribble penetration. Baffles me. It's like. Yet, this whole idea of like we can't give up threes. Yeah. That's the only shot. You should be trying to give up to the Lakers like if they make their threes. You go home and you'RE GONNA lose that game but you know you're losing if the balls at the rim like James is not missing. Davis. Is Not missing the dunks are not missing in this whole mentality of. You're going to take away everything. Like no, you're not. You gotta take away something. Not Give teams everything and you can't give Davis and James you know fourteen free throws each like Denver. Did I believe it was in game. Four like you gotta take away the free throw and the layup game, and the way you do that is run good offense. Don't turn it over get back and and put your body in front of the ball and make the balls spray out to the perimeter. But that the basket the Lakers will win in dominating fashion while the transition thing is obviously always key against the Lakers they're looking to run after after makes the brand is throwing his touchdown passes at all that I do like from the heat's respective that you know they're a smart. Disciplined Team with the coaching staff is going to be the best in the League hammering these points on game planning for them. SPO- obviously knows Lebron better than almost any coach in league if not if not better than anyone. The heat aren't going. Don't strike me as a team anyway, that will beat themselves with sloppy transition defense with guys jogging back with guys not realizing that it's their duty to be the first guy backer guy shooting three, and just watching it and see what happened. They don't strike me as like you if you make six mistakes like that in a game. That can swing a game against the Lakers because they're going to turn all of that into dunks. That's twelve points. Right, now, one thing I don't think they'll beat themselves in that way. I I. Think they're. Too. Driven to discipline. But through all the good stuff that tyler hero did in the last game. Real ball pressure impacted him and he turned it over and it's the turnovers that lead to the you know those. Quick strike scores. That they're going to have to prevent. So I'm really interested about Rondo versus hero I really am I. How many minutes Rondos playing I think euro as. A great game. Tremendous confidence and he's GonNa have to improve in the ability to take care of the ball In particular series, he's going to have to be great. In all facets and so I'm I'm really interested if they can. You know whatever the manageable number is ten twelve turnovers a game. If they can do that I think. They're going to be I. think their movement they're screening they're getting to second and third actions within a possession can pose problems. Also like. Obviously, you know that that Duncan Robinson Tyler hero handoff game with Bam, it's obviously designed to prey on the opposing center. Right did is big jobs do not want to jump out thirty feet at the rim on Dunkin Robinson, and so they're counting on their guards getting over those screens. You played a dangerous game with the shoot shooters as good as those guys. In Anthony Davis. What he's dialed in could jump out on those guys thirty feet from there and you can switch onto those guys. That's one advantage. I think the Lakers will have when they go with him yet but it's hard the way they do it with. Off, allied ball and you saw outta bio I think it was in game two or three hurt Boston when they tried to. It's not like switching pick and roll down a live ball. So As the guard is flying off the handoffs the fake hand off in the keep is. Exceptionally. Hard to switch. So it I. Think it becomes. More problematic. The way they run offense and. Like. At a BIOS ability to make shot at seventeen feet. So now you know the center tent drop all the way back and his ability. As you mentioned earlier to go off the dribble even shot went in the down the stretch in that game going to his left pulling up three point play off the dribble so like all his stuff that he can now do coupled with. How hard particularly hero in Robinson are willing to move without the ball I think makes him really really difficult to defend. I have to say coach. I thought I got irrationally excited about a big man quarterback keeper I think you get more excited about the big man keeper than I do. It's one of my favorite plays about who from your days coaching. was there a big guy who was like that? He was the best at that like who stay I love when they do that Olympic is actually good. At that too Olenin is great at it. Now, this is how some new school offense as has formed. You know like the whole five out and it doesn't have to be the one to five out. You know they do it with may get auto bio, a wing catch orlands allowing catch, and they can do it even out of the low post where they come. Dribble up on handoffs but those guys are terrific. I think came to them with that type of skill. Out of bio I, think has really developed a skill and and his confidence in they'd given him, I go back to. Eric's decision to start him over whiteside back. Last year. In their lottery season as a major. Component of his growth like, yes, it short time. You're starting. It could have been so easy to rid net out with whiteside who was being paid more and just kept going with him. Eric. Made you know like all great coaches? Do He made the hard decision that he felt was best for his team? I think it's really really paid off and I'm GONNA also interested because of the size do they ever go back to Olympic? And Auto Bio do they ever play them together again? They would at some point I think they will my only quibble with that is. I think if you're doing that, you're doing that a lot for rebounding in Olympic rebounds like a guard the keep bought he's not a good dozen box out so I even think. Like do we see Meyers Leonard again at some point in this series because he at least he's big tough in will box out it will rebound like a big guy i. think that's a lot to ask because he just hasn't played. Basically since they got to the bubble, but I wouldn't shock me if we saw some Bam Meyers Leonard minutes at some point. Yeah I miss the in Meyers Leonard Reactions on the bench though allied an expert highlight of my. Is such an engaged teammate particularly for a guy who started earlier in the year and we went from starter to not playing at all and the way.

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"olenin" Discussed on Velvet's Edge

Velvet's Edge

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"olenin" Discussed on Velvet's Edge

"Like oh you're so cute. And I hope that until I am back in the inbetween, I am like that ninety year old woman with a notebook walking around. So curious realizing how much I don't have a fricking clue about like the more I learn the more I know the more I realized I don't have breaking blames yes that is true. I think the universe is just so beautiful. It gives us what we can handle at the time and there are stuff that like I wasn't even aware of until after I wrote the book about like some early crew, verbal trauma and things. That aren't written in there. I didn't know I wasn't ready to process that the more healing we do the deeper you're able to go even deeper and learn more, and again we have free will. So you don't have to choose it right? Right. You can just stay in those patterns and like the Universe is so loving. We'll just keep bringing up really painful things and kind of keeping Olenin. Same cycles and reliving traumas until we do that Hughley work. My Gosh well, we both talked about the healing process and I want to get into that a lot into this podcast What you just said even specifically, I personally like I feel that so much with just. Getting to the next they call you know the layers of the onions and I'm just like annoyed most the time when I'm getting to another layer like I don't want another layer. Like I have walked through this pain or what you said like you keep up against certain things maybe until you heal it fully I think it's healed but then it's like it comes up in a different form in a different relationship in a different place, and so it's a constant journey to that healing which a really WanNa get into yours because I think that can be helpful to a Lotta people but first let's go back because we do have to talk about the pain first. So could you tell the listeners a little bit about just what happened in high school in your accident? Yes absolutely. So basically when I was a senior in high school I pulled out in front of an ambulance and he hit me on my car door, go sixty, five miles an hour and so. Yeah. So I broke ribs in culture. My lungs mullane slaps, mice, spleen rupture lost that I broke the top two vertebrae in my neck see one in C two and what? I didn't know them which I feel really clear on now I actually died in Iraq and wasn't reading and everything it shut down for somewhere between three to five minutes the guy that was in the wreck with me This all came clear later, but I would always be told you know you had a five percent chance to live one percent chance to walk. It's like so miraculous that you're still here but I really think that I died in chose to come back I still had a lot of work here to do and the ambulance driver was right there. He knew how to stabilize my neck and not just pull out of the car you know and They were able to get me to the hospital really quickly and getting on life support and remove my spleen and Guinea stable enough to a few weeks. Later do this final court surgery that I had to have where? They took bone for my hip and back then just the standard practice was to fuse it with wire, and so they wrapped my neck with wire in the late nineties. That's just what you did. And you know I was always fair. All details islas just so blessed. So lucky I was in the hospital almost a month it happened on my dad's birthday which was November second and I went back to school after Christmas. Yeah I walked out of there had a big on that grace that I wore for like five or six months and. You know new scars and things like that. But otherwise, I mean. I I kinda just went back to normal life like I. Did Not. Know what does association was I had no idea what how to process ought not the time you know we disassociate to survive. This really loving. Saying that we so that we could keep going and that is fully what I done and I was pretty busy ended. Now, I know before the wreck even happened but it just Kinda, took me into deep state of disconnection an our talk about direct like it was in third person and I thought like that like it was just a cool story but it didn't feel like it happened me I would always say it was way harder on my family and my friends than it was for me and I felt that at the time I really didn't have very many residual effects like I didn't. My pain wasn't like I get sore if I like dance too much. Have Day in day out any sort of repercussions in. So I just went back to my normal teenage life and graduated got to college at the time. My former disassociation in my former comfort was mostly through food, and so I would just kind of stuff any feelings I did not cry for four and a half years. This shutdown I I knew how to show up and smile and be kind. You know I was part of this southern culture in the church. I was a part at all these things. The Patriarchy taught me everything was about appearance how you show him in the world? Is You Smiley printing kind but I did not know how to process. The TRELA that I walked through and so instead I just stuff might be linked with food and then showed up and smiled and did it all over again you know And so that's that was kind of my Mo until I moved to Nashville. met my very first boyfriend I. Hear It's worth superstock. A May they. Curls, all like that would be so great. It's not my jury, but I know be also. We were just like we were part of a church. You know that talked about sexy and simple in the fleshes.

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2019s Pivotal Fashion Moments

The Business of Fashion Podcast

07:33 min | 1 year ago

2019s Pivotal Fashion Moments

"I M I M Ryan. How're you doing good? It's the day after the election Friday the it's Friday the thirteenth. I'm sitting here with the inimitable. Tim Blanks were both about to get off on holiday but we thought thought it might be nice to end the year with one of our meandering conversations about what's important and interesting thing in fashion right now looking a little bit back at twenty nine thousand nine but really just thinking about. What's what's making an impact? But I do want the election I because because it kind of this cloud has been hanging over the UK for almost four years about waste. Is brexit going to happen or not and then it looks very likely to happen. What do you think the impact will be on our industry here on the people that you talk to create a people on well? I think the question is so what is it. Yeah you know after after the brakes done What's being done you know? What is it that I think? All those questions that existed three years ago is still waiting to be when my understanding is that on the thirty first of January or exiting the European Union and we have less than twelve months eleven months to come up with a trade okay deal with the EU the same kind of trade deal between the E. U and Canada took seven years. No she says a lot of questions about whether they're gonNa have time to actually negotiate the steel. I think the Irish prime minister said as much today and if the deal is not negotiated it doesn't know deal than there is a hard brexit So I actually think it's a lot clearer. What it is because it's it's unlikely they're gonNA come up with a deal? Oh but everything I read is is all about. Yes impossibility of coming up with the deal in that in that time frame and then will pretty well acquainted with what a no deal L. brexit would mean to the fashion industry in the UK. What it would mean to the fledgling businesses of designers and even Businesses at a better established than it. I think you'd think you'd you'd see an exodus. People would have to have to completely re conceptualize businesses the a couple of the designers. I understand London. Designers have been quietly evaluating what it might be like to move their businesses to Dublin not to Dublin but to Milan nearer to their some a lot of manufacturing Italy's they're worried about the supply chain Importing exporting complexities. I think there's also a talent question because they say they're gonNA move to the Australian points style system for like letting people into the country but it's already so hard to find people here as an entrepreneur work in the UK like it's hard to hire people and and you know the whole the whole in one of the stories of fashion over the last while is being as being the sort of borderless flow of talent on every level Now headdresses makeup artists. I mean designers assistance every at every level of the industry is this constant interchange and If you interrupt that flow well actually. What makes London a fashion capital is very different? From what makes these other fashion capitals fashion capitals. Paris is fashion capital because of history. Right right. Milan is a fashion capital. Because it's like right in. The heart of manufacturing Newark is a fashion capital. Because it's you know the most important city in the biggest country in the world. London is the fashion capital because of the talent. That's here and I think on a long-term basis if you this talent flow that has brought all these amazing people to London and made it this kind of incredible mix if we lose that what is already a somewhat somewhat fledgling fashion industry here in London which has primed itself in positioned itself as the home of creativity where all of the young on designers come from an indeed they do. They're in big houses around the world if we lose that then. What does London have left? Olenin what you have left. I guesses that back back to the wall Syndrome where when this kind of challenge London rises to the challenge. You know what we have left. What was it would be something different from what we have now? And who's to say that I think of nineteen seventy seven the way creativity thrives in in London the thrived in a in a very very difficult environment that has happened over and over and over again. which is something else which is argument? You know I've heard a lot of people make but I look back at London over. The last few years has been living in this. Create this kind of uncertainty in the post brexit referendum random period and. It doesn't necessarily feel like there's been any flourishing of creativity here since then. What's interesting when you think that designers like Mattie Boven have only known that situation they've only known this uncertainty it's completely new Mindset I think a which is which is foreign to somebody like me that you constantly book Oh can you constantly creating under this cloud On top of the other challenges that always face on designs. I think an interesting thing. That's come out of the sustainability debate is this idea of localization as opposed to globalization and you could see in localization in terms of watt. Everything is made and sold locally. Right now You could say that in in in the aftermath of UH of a stock brexit deal. No deal that that that might become actually this Leslau co-manufacturing seen gene blossoms because by necessity A people used to buy clothes made by somebody who lived down Rhode Before it was ready to wear I it's almost I suppose it's almost like that. It's almost like a couture sensibility Eddie. But some may be more doing manned that you. I'M YOU BUY CLOTHES AT A. I've been saying for ages in eight years that I could see. I could see time if we whether the rising sea levels in the unbreathable air in the raging FIS And so on and so forth where everything would go back to being dressed makers and Taylor's and a sort of feudal you know that credible article by Max read magazine about about this. This new feudalism and I could totally see that happening

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"olenin" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"olenin" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"If your insurance costs elegant, an arm call James Carlton state farm now. If you have that, then you also have to have this. It would be one of the most painful championship game losses in the history of Saint Louis. Sports. You can't have one without having the other. And so to sit here is why I'm doing this an have that range of outcomes over twelve hours from now is, is so unique. It's so unique like the morning of game six the two thousand eleven World Series. The cardinals were down three to two, and it was just a matter of hoping, they could extend the series probably not feeling very confident. It's just the nature of the beast when you're, you're up to one and a series and then all of a sudden, now you're down three two, which is what the cardinals were and you're not thinking about winning a championship. You're thinking about just extending the series or game six against Boston in two thousand thirteen is hoping against hope that you can extend the series after being to Olenin in that series and then losing it. So the Bruins are up to one in this thing they have found a way to extend it, but I think the way that the blues lost in game six. Might be the best way for the blues to have lost in game. Six. It was tight score wise going into the third period. But by the time that eight minutes left in the game people were leaving the building. So I just I just I can't help but think that these guys are just going to respond. And win this game. I can't help. But think it and I don't I don't believe. That my feeling is rooted in, I just don't want to consider that second situation, which is the devastation, you know. And you play out the hand because this is this is the reality the, the bell the three eyed raven here. The reality is for the last two months every other night, or every other two nights, minus couple of breaks in between series. You have had this rush of energy, it, usually seven o'clock. Saint Louis time that takes you on a roller coaster ride. I mean you're talking about twenty plus games experiencing highs and lows in intensity. It's like a drug, and then either the you forty of a win or the absolute pain anxiety of a loss. And then how you live with that for forty eight to seventy two hours. And then no matter what it's over just like that tonight, no matter what. But. It either ends with euphoria that will last forever. Or a feeling of depression, and it's never going to happen that will live until it actually does in fact happen. Either way, everyone who is interested in this series in Boston and Saint Louis will see an image tonight that will stay with them for the rest of their lives. And you don't have that happen too often in your life, but that is what you have. It's a powerful thing. You don't know what the image will be. I think a lot of people love to picture portraying Gelo lifting the Cup or the moment. The blues score the overtime game-winner, or on the other hand, the moment, the Bruins scored the overtime winner, marshawn skating with whatever. You're is these are the reality Pete. You look like you're a free man. My hands are sweaty, listen. Yeah. I just I, I have to get all of this out because this is this is this is our reality where staring out into the abyss, and it's, it's, it's. I can't overstate it because it it it you win. And now it's taking care of, you know, you lose and not only is the high of this two month run over. But then you go oh my God. Even though none of us played a minute in it. We know how quote difficult. It was for us as fans to watch it in helmet. Fifteen wins fifteen wins. I mean that's what you're looking at. And then to come up short by one my God. And that's what that, that, that would create a depression for so many people, I you know, I feel horribly I really do. I don't say the cardinal thing I owned more because that's why I got into this business. I lived in died with the cardinals during the regular season. And for me just getting to the World Series was one thing in two thousand four and then the way it ended it was. So I remember there were guys in the cardinal locker room that night. I don't say there were laughing, but it was it was like, dying in your sleep. It was so undramatic which I don't believe is a word, but you know what? I mean lost in. They've just never ended. They never had a lead. You know. I mean there wasn't a whole lot to it, and then two thousand six you get there and you experience it, but even then it quote unquote only been twenty four. Four years. And they had been to the World Series in eighty five eighty seven two thousand four with appearances in the final four in ninety six and two thousand two thousand two so fan. And in two thousand five so fans had felt like okay even if they don't get it this year, it can happen next year even if that wasn't real you felt that way, I know that's not what blues fans will feel even though Bruegel be back. Got the bidding. You know, people say that stuff, and, and I won't I won't do real well with that, because, you know, even though they might have all that, look what Tampa Bay had remember them. They have a play a hockey game in two months, and they had one of the best regular seasons in the history of the league. So that's the nature of the crap shoot. That is the NHL. And that's why there's nothing that I can say that can make it any more important for the players. But my God, this is this truly might be once in a lifetime. And so you have to seize the moment, the other side of it is, is eve, no matter what. Win or lose like in a week. We're gonna be talking about. Oh, how long well over pool standing ovation be, you know and then what should the cardinals do at the trade deadline? That's our drop off. That's our drop off our drop off is from game seven of the Stanley Cup final to that crap for lack of a better term. I mean. You know, a middling cardinal team at this moment that's game above five hundred Mizzou football season. That may mean nothing. And. So there is that there is that. So I have these intense emotions, there's no we've talked about emotional risk management before. I, you know, I wish I really, I really wish I could talk about dollars but I know I can't without alienating almost everyone in the audience, but. You know. It whatever the dollar figure is that it's worth for me. What's what's to say? It's a million dollars even though we all I would hope all can acknowledge that's not it. But let's say it's worth a million dollars for me to see the blues win the Stanley Cup. I'm not comfortable betting one point seven million dollars in order to leverage myself on the emotional horror of the blues losing the game because the Bruins remind us one seventy so that's what you're looking at. So if it's worth one hundred dollars to, and I'm certain, there's not anybody who would say, oh, I won't pay one hundred dollars to see the blues win the Stanley Cup. If you're listening to this, you would have to bet one seventy so that's that's where we are. And, you know, I think it goes without saying it's a it's a four figure number. It might even be five figure number. But the reality is like, yes, the blues won the Cup. And let's say the numbers ten thousand dollars I couldn't enjoy the blues win the Stanley Cup if I also lost seventeen thousand dollars. There's no net. There's no net. And the even if I would have been, I did, I guess, I put a like a like, like it just was whatever was left in my bovin account. I like fifty bucks off to my Bilodeau guy. Bet the Bruins to win the series. So I went up, whatever at this point one hundred twenty five dollars if they win the series, you think that, you know, means a damn thing ear just you're just blowing in the wind at the mercy of what takes place on a sheet of ice in Boston for three hours. But that's where we are. Gangster Pete final thoughts. I want it so bad. I'm scared. I know we can do it every time we've been putting a corner, we fought our way. Back out. The story is so good. I want it to end with our guys on top. I believe truly believe that's what's going to happen. I really do. You don't feel that way. Do you. I don't have that feeling. No. I thinking go either way, I definitely think we can truly think they were going to win game sex. No, I was really, you know, I was freaked out because everyone was acting like it was almost a foregone conclusion. I was I was but, but then you don't wanna be the buzzkill. Right. So I the only reason I said it when I was on Roderick show because I was asked otherwise, I wouldn't have volunteered it, but I was asked, and I said, yeah, I said, I know. And then I felt like I was, you know, Walter Cronkite with the JFK news when I said it to him like there were gasps like add to tell you just how I feel, I can't be a bit as honest, people don't like it. They don't like it. I feel better coming into this game that I did going into games. And I hate it. I mean, don't get me wrong. When you see the alumni, there, Bobby plager-, getting people fired up in the, the team, take the is in Charles Glenn's national anthem. It's just if they could have just gotten the first goal which I truly. And it'll be it only be fitting, I suppose, if they fall behind one nothing to nothing and still win this thing. My God L that does is make the task even more. Absurd. Tantamount See seem. what would happen if they got that second goal also they would have been made. It one one. Let's see how that right? When I right. Yeah. I mean, the, the building was waiting to. Yeah. But I just think I think there's something about these guys for whatever reason. I mean, again, there's a sample size of it that just like nothing can phase them. You know, it'd be one thing. That's like yeah. I mean, they, they did fight out of the three to death settings Dallas but got how many times they were down to nothing in a tied game five after losing two straight games in Winnipeg in one in that period and down three two to Dallas and had to win a game six there.

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"olenin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"olenin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Was a clerk cut attack that Williams's down the middle of the ice rhythmic tries to take away the Powell razz did not move. That is the side of a goaltender that is totally control of his game. Because there's a lot of goaltenders in that instance that would guess pass on the play because all who is so wide open. He didn't guess modern gay goaltender glove wide open. He holds it up blocks the space makes a safe. They saw the left of Rask. Charlie Coyle for Boston WalMart, for the hurricane fluency troll for the Whiteside. Connor clipped skates the center cross the red line in a hurricane Tony shoots. Save off the left tackle any centered, with tip await kept in by John wall to the takeaway and cleared out by Carolina all the way down on goal rats. Stop. Covers up with Warren Fogel bearing down on him loose snow shower from Fogel to the goaltender. Take a little bit of accepted. Nothing breaks out, fifty seven on by the second period. No score. The game that lasted tempt almost works out if not for the stick of corporate cliff that he just got a touch on it. And that's why it went all the way to rouse. I mentioned in the first bridge Burke, as look for that stretch pass it was there stick position the break it off boil against the keg, the life of Rask on the face off one by McKay played along the boards by Cronin skates up to the blue line winds around behind the net guard Steinman Olenin on the boards to the right corner, up to the right point long track of Clifton quarter. Plaguing feet, by the hurricanes would knock down by crude grew gets away from one man. Fires it up the hand dot com. Berlin, captain white Carolina McCague, but it was whistled down right hand pass. And you hear the reaction of the crowd.

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"olenin" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"olenin" Discussed on 710 WOR

"To create solutions and help other people. Is a scripture. I believe it's in the Old Testament and says they who stole let him steal. No, more Olenin payback four times what he stolen rather than let your life be consumed by your floors. Why don't you go out there and build something and from the excess of what you build use the money to help others who are less fortunate. You could feel sorry for yourself. Will you could help others? Personally. Laura physics says that bad cannot be created a destroy energy. Cannot be created a destroyed and your mind your thoughts. We know now that the mining sits on top of the brain. It's not made up thoughts and not made up of atoms. Neutrons electrons their energy. So. Why don't you start? Get busy living. And all these fears. It'd be my pleasure to take them away. When I say take them away. I mean, what I changed the way you think you're going to change the way you think about these things. And that's very very good thing. Why do people worry? What's next? Why do people don't get help for their problems? Interesting question. Why do people not get help with their problems? A is there to embarrassed be? They think the only one with these problems. See they think if they were strong enough, they we get help the strongest people in the world. No, no, they can't solve all their problems themselves, and they get they get the coaching. They get the neuro plasticity. They get what they need from someone who's skilled has done this before as a track record of success. And that is what's called brave. I don't know any of you out there. I mean, do you really? So you're close do you really drill your own teeth when your heart bothers you? Do you do an examination, you know, with the mirror? No, you go to a professional. Keeping everything in. Oh, definitely lead to ulcers ill lead to fatigue ill lead to depression, which takes such wear and tear on your body..

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"olenin" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:37 min | 2 years ago

"olenin" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I just wanna take you outside your proposal for a minute because I'd love to hear you say a word about how do you think about that substitute ability or complementarity of minimum wage policy, and and the the two questions so so. People often say why not both? And there is something to say, let's just be clear the tax credit earning attacks reading was basically subsidize your wage it induces employment among low skilled people with kids because they eligible for the most generous credit pushes downmarket way, just to some extent. Because labor supply increases. I think the simple view that you need to raise the minimum wage to offset the wage reductions of the IDC creates a sort of the wrong way to think about it. Because that would just kind of shut down the effect the accuracy increases employment because the lowest cost so we don't wanna do that. That's it. I have some work that says when you raise the minimum wage and the IT see together you actually increase the positive effects of the IT see on the group that I helped you do some more low skilled single mothers tended labor market, the teenager compete with them get clobbered under that policy combination. But I do think I think something happen. But I have a strong preference for the TC. If I if I had to choose one or the other the icy encourages work, it we know it increases employment is incontrovertible evidence on that. I have worked that I've done through my Senate economic self-sufficiency policy research institute. Which shows beneficial long-term effects of the IDC right women with kids growing up if you will through the twenties and thirties under a more generous are actually earning more than forty s and that's pretty striking result. We don't have really solid evidence long-term effects of the minimum wage whether some hints of evidence that the long run effects the opposite direction because for some people they shut down labor market opportunities. Thank you. Okay. Now for the reality check, we're gonna hear from our two economists who live in the living the policy world as opposed to the academic world. Title. Jared. Let let's start with you. What's your give us your general reaction to the ideas, we've heard about and then also if you could comment on whether you think any of these might might get some legs in policy world Jerry Bernstein with the center on budget and policy priorities. Oh, I really like not just the ideas. But I want it very much associate myself with comments that hanging Erskine may to kick us off. Anyone here's read my work. And you have no reason to do. So the I much I tend to be especially these days amplifying, a lot of these very bold left ideas that are coming out of prominent Democrats that are much more. Much further down the political continuum than what we're talking about today. And the reason I like this project so much and the reason I associate myself with the comments that introduced us is because what kind of missing is precisely this more moderate policies space, which my experience now is that there are members on the hill who are somewhat hesitant to even go there because they don't want to be accused of not passing a kind of further left litmus test. So the fact that you're developing this policy set is really important, even if we are able to as Democrats stop negotiating with ourselves, which would be very good and make a run for the boulder ideas. We're going to have the politic- politics being what they are snap back. And what are we going to snap back to make perhaps some of the ideas that we're talking about today? So I wanted to say that first off. I think that there is I guess what? I. The answer your question. I think there's a perhaps some political space for a Jim's idea for joshes idea. You know, that's not a federal thing so much that's a level down. And I wanted to talk about the political viability of that. I think it's a very very heavy lift I suspect you wouldn't disagree. And then for David's idea. I don't really know. But I'll talk a little bit of the politics. I'll talk a little bit about about that idea if I might. So can I say a few things about the policies because I I read these papers carefully and very much enjoy them. They're all very well written. So in terms of Joshua's point, Josh said during your conversation, and this was the zoning idea states government governments make rules, right? Well, that's true. But in a way, the zoning rules that you're talking about the local ones are almost the most Representative level of government. You can think of because it comes down almost to the block level. Now, your idea should be something that should be in place already. It's a great idea because and the reason I say, it should be in place already is because it's really hard to find anyone in the policy world who opposes it. This is an idea that left and right agree on in fact, when I'm in debates and someone says, oh, you the left the what can't you come up with one idea that somebody on the other side would like we talk about opening up zoning. So this is a this is this is something that. Has has wide sort of analytic support. But yet you hardly see it anywhere. And that's because in a way, you're trying to leapfrog a level of powerful local politics. You just have to ask yourself. I live in Virginia is somewhat controversial government right now current events being what they are. But it is really hard to imagine Richmond telling Alexandria Arlington what to do with this level. And we're sort of purple. I don't know that gets easier and other places the only other critique I have of your program is that I work with our housing team at the center on budget. And if there's a theme that comes out of their work that kind of supply side approach that you're advocating while critically important definitely valuable actually probably wouldn't reach some of the lowest income people who face housing shortfalls and for them we really need to be talking about subsidy. And that's a that's a federal piece for Jim. I just wanted to say that before you leave make sure you look at gyms wage data, and I'm actually going to highlight something you didn't. It's not really so much about your paper. But just about the situation that was talked about in the introduction. So look at Jim's picture of wage median real median wages over the last thirty years or so, and you gave a description of kind of the relative dynamics, in fact, if you look at the most favored group, given the partitioning the gym dig which be metro college educated workers, they're real median wage has been flat in his graphs since two thousand and that's almost two deck. Well when your data ends, but it's almost two decades. So the extent of the wage problems that you're talking about don't just affect less than high school workers or high school workers they affect college educated workers. And I think that's something that we need to. To be mindful of what's so great about. I think Jim's idea is his willingness to approach both sides of the problem people jobs and jobs to people and just in the interest of time. I want to be quick I think there are a couple of things that I would just sort of open up in the design of the program. I really don't see why. Yes, I understand cost containment. But I don't think you want to be penny wise pound foolish with something like this. So I wouldn't just restrict this to people who are unemployed or long-term unemployed. What about somebody who stuck in a lousy job and wants to move somewhere and improve their lot. I think they ought to be able to access that opportunity if they could a similarly I understand your intention to cut off the commuting subsidy after a year. But what if you're what if somebody's there's a lot of mobility and wage stagnation out there as your data show. What if someone still stuck exactly where they were twelve months ago? At least I wanna condition that on on their their economics. Situation because you could cut their legs out from them and undermined your program and finally on broadband one of the statistics. I thought I read in your piece was actually sixty percent of rural areas have grown, man. And while I think we're all wrong. I don't know anyone who is against this idea, by the way, this is another one you can I think has sort of at least. Rhetorical bipartisan support. Is there? Any work that compares the folks that habit to those that don't that would kind of lead you to believe that this kind of has the impacts you're suggesting I mean, I I want to do it anyway. But I sort of want to know this is just me and everybody gets a good net. Flicks connection, or does it really have the entrepreneurial facts, you're you're talking about. So on David's thing, I really enjoyed David's piece, and I sort of admire your. I know David's worked for a long time. I don't wanna say surrendering. But you know, the. This is the idea that reality I wanna say the idea of reality. What it is. You know, maybe you can in his case make lemon lemonade out of Olenin. Jared Bernstein, David's pretty skeptical of these minimum wage increases. And I thought the paper actually did suffer a bit from not citing enough of the work on the other side of the of the kind of elasticity fight in terms of this employment effects and this weekend. I made a point of reading this new paper by Aaron Dubai invents Dipper at all it was particularly interesting because David who's kind of I think a and non thumb on the scale arbiter said this is a really important paper and that paper found much. Across the board insignificant impacts of of employment. A minimum wage increases relative to employment stages of less skilled workers. So that that's a debate out there. David has serious work on one side. Other people have serious work on the other side. He's well aware and much more of a participant in this argument than I am. But that along with some of the other aspects of the policy that gave me pause led me to wonder whether it was something we'd want to push very far in the following sense. I think the I'd like you to talk about this. I think the administrative burden of getting firms to track the extent to which their minimum wage workers are diverging from the average the average between the old and the new you can get into the mechanics of your thing is is considerably more challenging than than maybe your presentation suggested. So, you know, I guess my my. Where I would come down is that you're scratching each that may not be as itchy as you think. At least a lot of research would suggest that. And second you're adding an administrative burden that I think is quite serious third the income targeting of your thing is is is not very good. And that's because you're tying it to the minimum wage, which isn't as well as the the directly targeted and so it's a much better targeted tool. And what I would do is take whatever money you were gonna put into your tax credit and just booth the earned income tax credit, which actually I don't want to overuse, this metaphor does end up scratching a similar edge in terms of lowering the cost of low wage labor too low agent players. So it's complementary in the sense that David is going after as well finally in skill targeting. I actually think that skills targeting by just cutting it off at high school or less is not necessarily particularly great skill targeting either. Because you know, if you look at the association between sort of low wages and skills, it's not nearly as clean cut as you think or at least as the policy would imply there's people right above the high school level who face largely the same labor market is people right below. So I'm not sure I to me it was kind of weak unskilled targeting income targeting high on a ministry burden and we've already got a tool in place that could do this better in my view, my final thing and I'll stop okay final final. Final is. Look, we do live in a country right now where we have very serious deficit problems..

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"olenin" Discussed on The HT Guys

The HT Guys

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"olenin" Discussed on The HT Guys

"So if you're looking at a Q led black level is good on accu- lead on old. Ed. It's perfect. So that's gonna get you really great color because the black level is so good. And then on LED is also good. So the winner in this category is led. Yeah. In that surprised me that black level for q lead in LED or the same both at good. But the act one of one of the things about Hewlett was it was supposed to be close to lead. So I would have expected based on the hype we heard about Q lead that culet would be good ole. It would be perfect, and maybe LED would be average. So maybe we needed a category. Like, it's actually gooder. Yeah. That or you would have expected to get a great instead of just a good right to actually better than LED. Oh, yeah. That's fine. Yes. Yes. So motion. Blur though, we do get that situation. Culet lead gets a great lead. Perfect again on motion blur. And then LED's in at a good. So QA does outperform LED in motion blur. But they still both get beat by Oleg with a perfect score. And then viewing angle both culet an LED or poor and Ola is great not perfect, but great color volume. Interesting one here q lead wins. It is the only one on the list with a great score. Oh lead is only good at color volume in LED is good at color volume. So lead in LED color gamut. Same score good culet winner. Greats and great uniformity culet and LED are both average and Oleg is good. So nothing is great there. But. The the best. We got his good. And for luminosity if you really most concerned about how bright the set can get you're just gonna go with LED. So the classic old school LED TV's are great Oleg and culet. Both just good that luminosity in an image retention great for Olenin culet and poor for Elliot led. So yeah, we kind of I think that's the curse of the plasma guests that ole. It has. Yeah. For sure and then price in availability culet scores a poor on price and availability. Oh lead scores average and LED. Of course is great. 'cause they're everywhere. And they're super good price. I'm surprised that Oleg scored average against the prices. Are we just talked about the prices coming down? So that's good. And then culet must get a poor. Because there's just so few models is just not a lot of availability, the price isn't bad. But there's just no availability. That's my guess too. But you know, what does that really mean if you if you're going to buy on Amazon, they're plenty available and. And the Costco's got Q leads as well. So I don't know about that. So it it's probably price. Maybe it's a maybe it's more of a selection versus availability. Like is not that you can't get issues that you only have an option of two choices versus five hundred choices. Right. Very very true. So if I look at this from a these points of view, these specifications all leads going to win, and then LED is going to be second and culet his third, but Culas are pretty darn good TV's. Would there be a scenario a near brain where you think I would buy culet over an old at an LED because I do x. I mean, the only category where the Q lead really wins color volume. So it's the, you know, how vibrant you want SU super surprises me still that it beats old Ed in color volume. But it's well the thing, but most of the cases when you when you actually calibrate your TV a lot of that brightness, you wanna get rid of it because it's not natural. It's more cartoony. So how much that really matters when you're watching a really calibrated TV. I'm not sure. Well, another thing is if you're a gamer, I think you want the culet because one there's it's great on the motion blur. And it doesn't have image retention. So you don't have to worry about having like controls up on the screen. I think if you watch a lot of sports a fast action sports is also probably something that might be good to look at movies. You're right the color. I don't know why..

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"olenin" Discussed on First Take

First Take

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"olenin" Discussed on First Take

"The. Sport than a right now money at the Collins. The warriors improved a twenty and fourteen on the season. Just one game back of the nuggets for the top spot in the west thanks in part to big night from Klay Thompson who dropped forty three. Let's take you out west and show you the action. Nick sat warriors pick it up in the third quarter, Golden State up by thirteen Steph curry Beckham out with the ball and Kevin knocking the manual moody fall asleep, leaving Kevin looney all alone for the easy dunk. Chris Steph curry finished with fourteen assists now in the fourth quarter worries up by twenty and Klay Thompson as you mentioned was on fire. Thomson knocking down three pointer navy. It look so easy. Very next words possession, not down the long jumper. He finished his forty points twelve hundred forty point game after the game. Steve Kerr saying he's happy with were his team is at. We're having a lousy year. I think we're doing. Okay. So I'll fly down the backstretch, keeping, you know. Get some Olenin carry that new class. Now, let's get you back to I take. Steve Kerr such a likable guide. All right. So the Nixon Oakland no question to play the warriors onto wall. Frazier says he meant no disrespect to Durant when he said on Sirius XM NBA radio over the summer that Durant deserve an abstract on list of all time great players because of his success with Golden State, obviously joining that squad telling the new York Daily News, I also said he's one of the best in the world right up there with LeBron. And that he's probably going to be the best in the game. Well, the hall of fame guard felt the coverage of his comments were overblown. Steve name will Durant success with the warriors have an Astros because he joined that team with all those some people's minds. Yes, not mine. No one was harder on him than me when he selected to go to go to state, I went ballistic, and I was discussed that. I thought it was the week is we'll ever see superstar. Well, because I think that he is so great to go to a team fully loaded like that that just. Matter to me because remember you don't have to about stimulus package. You know, feel about that LeBron James and the Cavs go. No, I'm saying the warriors had just got here. But I'm just I'm still saying just being okay? Okay. See and they went and he went to the team that beat him a month later, except except you, but we're are stepped off the gas on that notion was when I saw him in the NBA finals go right at LeBron. He was clearly not there to ride anybody's coaches. He was clearly there to say this is a new era you did it to a lesser degree significantly less degree as far as I'm concerned when LeBron elected to go to Miami. But Kevin Durant, San okay, I want up to now. But it still comes down to me at you. And I'm right here. And watch me watch me bust that tail now LeBron average a triple double over thirty with a triple double. But Kevin Durant did average thirty five and eight in NBA finals with the NBA finals MVP. Here's where I think that guy's like wall cloud Frazier who I love..

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"olenin" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"olenin" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"What's her name? I would go to Instagram. That's I'm trying to firing girl. Girl wanna one man dying piece three. Oh one. I don't know. I'll for it. So he's going away for real. It's her baby, mama a Yanna. Well, he has multiple baby mamas right now. Take hashi. What is Tacoma's? She's six one nine two six nine Takashi six nine. That's just his name his name is he a great rapper. I personally distant hits. Now chin. Do you think they're gonna find JFK's real killer before you find her just gonna it's top? I know you as I will just like Donald. I'm more. I'm more just surprised how bad your Takashi six nine hasn't child. Yeah. He does. He has a daughter. I think good stuff guy. Wait a breed. He does make some fucking hit. So Z her did. Yes. She is. I'm just just click on that. There you go. Oh there she Atwell. So you Jade Olenin. So oh, so you j she and law school underscore. Oh. So you Jade. No, she's a hard work in stripper Brian way. Hold on hard worker in entertainer, bro. I mean, she dances. Yeah. Okay. Well, let through the night. It makes me see what I'm working with. No, do not go one was shown her as she is. She's a middle one. Yeah. Yes. She seems like a not to go. Now. Go to when she goes come see me tonight, y'all scroll down I really looked into this over the Lincoln keeps growing me. She's keeps growing she'll be in the club key where where's she going to be exactly I got to work? All right there. See the middle one next to her kid. Yup. That one. Yeah. Sure. Right. Pull up on me at angels club, New York. Okay. Hey. Okay. Up on me. Okay. She's so you have a problem that Brian. You know, what you to lighten the ass for this. I may be but I'd step up. Let me see. Well, that's a whole different situation. She's simply a problem. She's a pro because he's fucking one of the most famous rappers on planet pro blame. Oh, look at her there. And now, she's make you risk it, all man. Well, now, and now what he's would I drive my stupid fuck and GT three RS right through that pore over that fuck through the ocean for her. Yeah. If she goes Bredon, you can fuck me. But you gotta take your car and drive it into the Pacific Ocean. What you're already doing this? Let me see that middle shot right there this one or this down. Yeah. Right there. I mean, that's a that's that's what a boy, you know, look at the hips on her. If that doesn't make your Dicko we can't be friends. Well, you're gay otherwise and even gave him have sex with you know, what I'm saying? That's frustrating. What in God's name is going on. Now, it's tough out. She has picked her as a stripper and then has the kid on their. It's a little go that one when she's on the beach with the ass out. God dog diggity dog. That's not Photoshop either. Y'all. That's that's a crazy ass. She she could pro what I look at that. I think of only one thing she probably runs superfast does squad could be she's looks like a great athlete. Dude. You don't I would do when if I if I was with I want around my volume of Avaz, let's say go to Hawaii this when we go on occasional segment of why? And I pull up to the pool, and I'm with my kids like that. Right. I'll go to like, I'm confused is this I read the title are we up fucking spearmint rhino. Do you want to change? Sure. Because I went nine to your boner. Well, here's my go. Hey, I got cross the desert, and I don't have. I don't have enough to carry water. I know you store water. Well in those two humps you call us. In your camel humps. You know, I'd say you're fucking listen, you human camel who I'd love to Bank constantly, go. But you'd get you could fall you'd have to strap it to buy forty or ask because you could fall into the crack of harass, please. You don't come to her without taking your vitamins. Do not come don't don't pull up on her. What else? What other pictures we got Jin tan pushing through? Just cute face to. She's she's she is impossibly attractive sort of Asian. She's obscenely attractive. She's probably Asian and black. It's frustrating. Contractors combination..

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"olenin" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"olenin" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"And can you bring the Brig of coke like the second part of the book is like, you know, that is back because there's this terrible hate crime in which. And Soviet Olenin guesses playing that character Albouy. Okay. So there's something where I think he's just like sign me up like because he's gonna win an Oscar for bad times at the El Rey. Al. Oh my God. That accent play Phil spector also Canadian race playing a guy with a a black guy never explained never explained. Who salutes? Everyone. Do you know that he played a fear in the Cup of qua- dub of inside out pictures inside out? Is that true that he makes doing I swear to God French Canadian when dubbing when the beginning we had movies go over there. He has done several of those, you know, about Mellon Melanie Laurent stat know her dad is the voice of Homer in France. Really? Wow. Number three that rule at the box office. Is a comedy. That's funny that we were saying like this is the worst weekend to release a movie, and they were like, oh, well, at least they'll go on notice. And then the biggest history. Right. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. It was crazy. It is crazy that it did that well that. So that's one of the biggest gaps between number one and number two insane. So number three is like a comedy. That's now in its fourth week. Okay. That kinda did pretty well. Despite not exist androids, excuse me, Flanders, not better even funny. No, okay. Doesn't exist. Did pretty well was the final total seventy five did survey fulltime movies. It's like a spoof comedy. Spoof. It's a spoofing movie. We'll spoof. It's a little spoof had been number one the previous three week previous three weeks. I know what this is and between ocean. Right. That's like a spoof of someone's Ernest making a drought, right? Yeah. Does does it feature a big comedy start? No, not really like to sort of major names. I wouldn't call them any of them exclusively comedy stars. I guess one of them is more of a comical, but they're actors. They're not like people came at the light blue free notions. The first to go direct to sweater. Sorry. I just wanted to make joke. Just occurred to me. Show. I just tell you know to say more things about it comedy. Like a buddy comedy. I I it's got like a title. That sounds like it's already. Body Guard movie that doesn't exist. Samuel Jackson someone else in that movie Hayek, and their landing sequel, there's a sequel the body go, Tim, it's the hitman bodyguards life, or whatever Richard E grant is in that. I believe Gary Oldman, we are the director of kick ass two. I think you might be right. Gary Oldman Selma Hayek, Ryan Reynolds, Samuel Jackson. They are making a sequel number four is another harm movie a prequel a prequel within a prequel to a spin off in a larger her universe. So it's Annabel creation about creation which made one hundred and two million about the creation of the doll. That was in the conjuring dare is only mystified one conjuring film that has not made a hundred billion dollars home again know, Annabel the first one. Yeah. For for a hor- franchise. That's crazy. I know 'cause usually one of them will overperform in usually they hover around seventy or eighty if it's a big franchise until they drop off. And like, none the two conjuring Annabel creation of rested. Give her proper title the Nunn. Richard wrote and directed the film. I just think proper title. Yeah. I mean, it was hard as roles universe. But it's a whole. Really getting ready for your world tour for transportation. Trolls doing my trolls are good. My my.

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"olenin" Discussed on Hockey Today

Hockey Today

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"olenin" Discussed on Hockey Today

"Twenty one. They treat it as a crown jewel. Not your ESPN can do that. And that's another example of their. They were better off making the move to Olenin now at the time. It was oh well n versus and it just seemed like a joke that life thought was a huge turning point for this league. As I listen, I work at ESPN. I love ESPN used to work there as well. ESPN never could do for hockey what? And with NBC is done. Yes. PM could not put all of the playoff games on. They would not have doubleheaders on Wednesdays and putting two Canadian teams on television. I mean, so as much as I'd like them to get back to SPN and broaden the spectrum just a little bit. It. The the move to NBC turned out to be the best thing this league ever did. Well, I'll say a couple of things about that the at the time going to oh. L N or was it outdoor life. All L N. Right. Yeah. They went there that was not going NBC. I mean, they were on NBC. But it was a deal where they basically got no revenue they split whatever they made. Right. And that was so the games mostly on. Oh, well N. And at that time, he'll Lee was coming out of work stoppage. The product was damaged, right. They missed the whole season. So they were kind of in a slow in a situation where it was like, you know, take what we can get. I think that you know, the landscape is so dramatically different now than it was, you know, three years ago compared to like fifteen years ago NBC has done. I think a pretty good job with this. You know, folks, having a lot of games on all these playoff games on. But I think it's always these you know, when like if he were to get hockey back. I think they would do their best to promote it as best. They can the problem. There is going to be that. They basically have the. NBA on around the clock. I mean, that's right. That's a little bit crazy to me. I know they have the NFL the NFL is the big dog, but the NBA is seemingly taken up a huge chunk of their programming throughout the day on their different platforms. So we'll see what happens down the road. But I think it's worked out in the end it worked out better one NBC sports network came they they basically a to became versus and then old, you know, NBC sports, you know, became you know, took over from there. And I think that's when it really benefited the league. And I go back to the word I've used with you for fifteen years now donning the league, the sport is on an uptick, it's not, you know, things don't change overnight doing a lot of different places. They haven't been before a lot of different people are now playing hockey we got a kid from Arizona. That's playing in Toronto. That's one of the best players in this league that grew up playing down there and. I just think continuing I think the world is, you know, young people like the faster moving things now when I think hockey's gonna benefit and the TV the ability to watch it on TV as.

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Mr. Casey And Procter, Chuck and Mets discussed on Morning Show with Sean and Frank

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

01:27 min | 3 years ago

Mr. Casey And Procter, Chuck and Mets discussed on Morning Show with Sean and Frank

"Did you happen to see the, pictures yesterday of Sean on Olenin and. McCartney the sons the remarkable striking resemblance to John Lennon Paul McCartney is just amazing So we gotta go out on tour there for a while with. The two other sons they left out. Danny Harrison who also has a striking resemblance looks like like very similar demand so again. It's a it would be kind of imagine putting of. Course we're doing our own Beatle mania now coming up in November the Gordon center here, in still have everybody wants this picture. That I have with them When I went up into I spent the whole day with them in their hotel room Ask me how I got in there. Except that the, police officers in. Those days were a lot different than they are today and I, happened they, recognize me they just told me, where the where they weren't room. That was you know I was on the right floor but, I didn't know what room so I didn't want to relax I was in, the right place right it must. Have been the wrong this morning And I, went? In there and just spent the whole day During a in between shows and what have you. It was it was I didn't most of it on tape I, got a lot of it on tape and you still have I'm telling you put. All those together now you could probably put a lot of money from well. The the, very, few people have a picture with, them all four

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"olenin" Discussed on Through the Wire

Through the Wire

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"olenin" Discussed on Through the Wire

"Do they got gotta double team at some point kill killing if he's camera dominant they have to double team just your shooter though i like the the the beef between joe and hassan i need to see them play this each said we know who the best the better players don't like because it's just like no but it's similar for me a similar to be like landslip shit we know lebron is a made like times ahead of lance but it's still fun to watch dr dre mind and lebron even though we know better than here that one's a little bit about it can you the last i like the browns the browns we looking at it lands and laughing at chelsea that one time when he scored on that according to hear that no i come on the united at least monk and physically challenged him something it's last year was just trying to irritate him because you can't buy you because he's seen no spend donkey right off his hip and just landed knocking yeah he looked at him like the little dude and jim i liked the series a lot even though game one was basically a blowout asset through the whole thing and they were good and bad things i noticed i think i think we mentioned that kelly olenin can go for a game and game one was his game they couldn't put together to win but you saw the game to wasn't a amazing game but he hit some big shots for some reason it seems like he's the guy to stop the momentum on the other team like he'll hit the shot the socratic crowd and so weird because as kelly olympic and not like the best player on the team new that is gordon tragic i guess which i think about the layup gorge day with one second left instead of holding the body out the care he wanted his i like he he'll go get you a like on a game i like it and i liked the reaction of six bench.

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200 million eggs recalled over salmonella concerns

Weekend Programming

01:50 min | 3 years ago

200 million eggs recalled over salmonella concerns

"Jim ryan abc news dallas olenin her man will be in court tomorrow to face multiple weapons charges police say they arrested thirty two year old robert zach after finding dozens of guns high capacity magazines and ballistic equipment and his suffolk county home his landlord john cardinal is shocked that in think he was kind of personal would do that so does this catching me off guard a little bit i had somebody living in my house capable of this kind of stuff that really unnerving investigators say thirty two year old robert zach left a threatening message on the answering machine of the summit school in upper nyack early yesterday morning school record shows zach attended the school in two thousand to the family of jackie robinson is honored at citi field on the seventy first anniversary of robinson breaking major league baseball is color barrier before the game jackie's daughter sharon remembers the time her father wanted her and her brother to read dr martin luther king junior's letter from birmingham alabama jail i was thirteen and david was eleven obviously we couldn't have interpreted all of that so david got in this whole discussion about today do they have paper in jail jackie's wife rachel and sunday join her at the pitcher's mound before today's mets brewers game to recognize the jackie robinson foundation scholarship recipient for the ten th straight year players across major league baseball wore robinson's number forty two uniform over two hundred million eggs are being recalled over salmonella fear so far twenty twenty two people have fallen ill the eggs were sold to restaurants and stores in new york new jersey and seven other states they came from a farm in north carolina owned by indiana based rose acre farms salmonella can cause serious sometimes deadly infections in children the elderly or.

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