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The Wealth, Power and Domination of China With KT McFarland

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:23 min | Last month

The Wealth, Power and Domination of China With KT McFarland

"I read something yesterday and I know for you looking at China doesn't surprise, but I think it was surprised a lot of people that China has the largest concentration of billionaires in the world. And one of the largest concentration of female billionaires in all of the world. And I think it goes that when you dismiss China and we have some who do, they dismiss China and don't want to think about China. That wealth accumulation in that manufacturing and that the issues that they've had have truly put them in an interesting position going forward. Yeah, you know, the Chinese have, they love these sort of 5 year plan, ten year plan. Yes. And so they've had one plan was called made in China, two O two four. And 2024, two years from 24, China had identified ten sort of critical areas of modern technology that they planned to dominate, that they were going to buy the companies, steal the technology, but they were going to manufacture and be dominant and control the market in 5 to end these ten technologies. And it's things like robotics, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, bioengineering, all those things. Now, I don't think they get there by 2024, but that's where they were talking about doing. They also have something. I think it's called artificial intelligence to O three O. And that's it by 2030. They plan to really control all of the artificial intelligence, which will be a huge game. It would be like the fourth industrial revolution. They also, with their 5G Internet network. They were talking about 5G well that we think of that, oh, great. I'm going to download my Netflix stuff really fast. No. 5G and Huawei communications means that the Chinese will dominate. They will own the infrastructure of the Internet. That means that at any given time, they can listen to your phone calls, listen to watch what you're doing online. So that's another area where they're dominant. And then finally, which I find the most terrifying is that there are the first, you know, total surveillance society. They know everything all their people are doing all the time. But they plan to do it for the whole world. I mean, they're hoovering up this personal information from our healthcare industries and who knows what they're going to do with it. Maybe it's just to create better drugs, but they could do a lot of really bad stuff with all that information too.

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Democrats' Strategy Is Marxism; McConnell's Strategy Is Bipartisanship

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Democrats' Strategy Is Marxism; McConnell's Strategy Is Bipartisanship

"I love these stories As I love this song I love these story The Democrats are split They're freaking out coming from the usual Marxist media They're at war with each other Folks What are the Democrats do when they lose elections What do they do when they get slaughtered in elections What do they do Do they roll over and play dead Like good little Democrats No They turn to their bureaucracy They turn to their judges They turn to their slip and fall trial lawyers To sabotage to kneecap To do anything they can do To prevent the Republicans from succeeding The Democrats aren't Republicans when it comes to strategy They're American marxists when it comes to strategy And what are the Republicans do when they win Particularly in the Senate Where one plan put my record from bipartisanship here They have this idiot from Kentucky may I say with all due respect What are you going to do there Mitch If you guys take up when I look for a middle ground here and when I buy partisanship I partisan This is why freedom never ever is advanced While Mitch McConnell is the leader of the repute in the Senate It's never advanced

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Queen sprains back, misses first planned appearance in weeks

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Queen sprains back, misses first planned appearance in weeks

"Queen Elizabeth the second misses her first public appearance in weeks after injuring her back the U. K. marks remembrance Sunday to pay tribute to Britain's war veterans but the queen was not in attendance after spraining her back Buckingham Palace says the service is one of the most important events on the ninety five year old monarchs calendar it was meant to be her first public appearance after taking a few weeks off to rest under doctor's orders the news came just hours before the service and officials say she was disappointed about having to miss the event Naomi

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"one plan" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

07:11 min | 8 months ago

"one plan" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"It's go time. Essentially that's not a verbatim quote by the way people said it's go time back then but he. You get the gist of what we're saying. And he's very honest about the dangers involved and he says that you know. I have no intention of being taken alive in. Captured is not an option for this operation. We will escape and we will use whatever guns and ammo have on board to fight if necessary and if worse comes to worse we are sinking this ship. So now is your chance he basically says are you in or are you out and to people in the crew said it's too dangerous for one reason or another maybe family maybe fear bodily harm. They said they were going to stay behind. And so after that after everybody confirmed whether they were inter- out robert smalls takes the skippers jacket. He puts it on. He takes that obnoxious straw hat. Any puts his signature signature. Straw hat picture. The swelling crescendo as he orders the crew. Now he's captain and he says light the boilers say light the boilers and at two. Am the planter starts sneaking out into the charleston harbor. Perfect the perfect plan. I mean the whole crew. Anyone that would have said anything about this. They were probably pissed drunk. At this point you know including the captain There's really i mean. Once they got into the harbor certainly plenty was going to go wrong absolutely had the perfect opportunity which they seized So smalls starts to steer the ship to iran day point where he was going to pick up his wife and kids along with a handful of other enslaved people He had sent word to his family of this possibility so that they would be waiting and ready and ready they were they got scooped up and were off and there is a report from a newspaper account of this A quote from hannah herself. Who said this the whole party had solemnly agreed in advance that if pursued without hope for escape the ship would be scuttled and sunk Essentially going down with the ship they would let you know the whole idea of not being taken alive and they should all take hands husband and wife brother and sister and jump overboard and perish together. Wow yeah and she says this was also report afterwards. According to the the accounts were written of this escape. Hannah reportedly told robert. It is a risk dear. But you and i and our little ones must be free. I will go for where you die. I will die which is profound and the crew. Was you know like we said they were more than capable of more than willing to fight back if they were discovered exposed pursued because this boat was a supply ship so it has two hundred rounds of ammunition. They've got five large guns And if cornered. They decided in advance that they would take dynamite to the boiler because if they if they die and if they take the ship down with them then they're they're removing that ship from the war so they're not just dying. They're also injuring the confederate forces. Which is very orden so no. I am pretty sure we're onto something. This should be a film. This definitely has to be a two parter. I think we've we've got a heist another week for heist week. I think we've got one for you. but in the meantime we're going to close this one out we've got some nice background for you and we'll be back in just a couple of days with the High st part of the super high part of this story. So don't feel to let letdown in the meantime huge. Thanks to max. William super extraordinaire. Brother alex williams who compose this theme big things to christopher haas. Yoda's big big. Thanks to gabe leuze. Big thanks. Of course you casey pack room and maybe not a big thanks But like a a medium. Thanks to jonathan strickland. Oh there we go. That's like the bill. Murray called chevy chase medium. exactly. Yeah i also heard a really funny story about martin. Short and steve martin. Apparently when martin. Short visit steve martin's house for the first time he saw got all these incredible Paintings like picasso's hoppers. And all that and he goes. Gosh how are you this rich. I've seen your work dot up dot com. We will we will be back folks tune in for the second part of the story. We cannot wait to go on this journey with you and also let us know by the way some of your favorite heist. You can do that by going to ridiculous historians on facebook or you can do it by sending sending us an email or sending a mac nolan. It's going to happen then. It's going to happen That email is ridiculous. That iheartmedia dot com. We'll see you next time folks for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. 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"one plan" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

07:55 min | 8 months ago

"one plan" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Full year of the. Us civil war smalls is still working aboard the planter and he has learned a lot of stuff is also very cognizant that he is working for the enemy for the people who want to keep him enslaved right but it's not like you had a choice though you know no no. And so he learns how to steer the boat he learns how to plant see mine's he learns the codes and the signals that you need as a vessel to safely pass confederate forts and he becomes familiar. Ship becomes familiar to these locations. And the there's really great mental fos article about this topic as well by lucas riley. Highly recommend checking out for some additional details but there was. This was a time when i think the writing was somewhat on the wall that The union was going to win out. They were doing some pretty significant blockades of confederate supply vessels. And this is something. That smalls was very much aware of right. He sees these blockades of union ships. And by this point in the war these black hanes are our regular thing right. The the union forces are cutting off supplies. And if you're in if you're in confederate lands at this time then depending on your position in society. Those blockades can represent very different things. So the many of the white confederates and supporters of the confederate army. They without a hint of self awareness or irony saw these blockades as oppressive to people who were actually being oppressed to actual enslaved people. These ships represented not oppression but they represented the possibility of freedom and so smalls knew that due to the war. Union naval commanders have been accepting runaways. Like if you could make it to the union land than you would have a chance of being free. And so he knew he couldn't pay for you know we couldn't save up another seven hundred dollars anytime soon so he thought what if what if we can pull a heist. What if we can steal ourselves for larrain better phrase and this is something. We've got this cinematic moment if we go back to the film this is from that Mental floss article. You just mentioned there was a captain of this ship in this. Captain was a white guys named. Cj rally and he had this wide-brimmed straw hat and it was kind of like his thing. You know how like in some places. The boss has their funny coffee mug or whatever. He was known for his hat. So picture this moment in the film where there's another crew member. Also enslaved person the captain's out away doing something and this. This guy grabs the hat and he puts it on smalls head and small is again remember. He's only like in his early twenties and he says you look just like the captain. Then that's when maxine painting falls. Look it out at the ocean is like impasse for something that those union ships in the distance and then it dawns on him. He could steal the planter. He could actually do it did you know. 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When comfort is needed years ago. Jim mesh yes bureau. Our first episode launches on the twenty first of september. Listen to river cafe table for on the iheartradio app anapa. Podcasts were test. Smalls was probably one of the most skilled of all of them. He was what was considered the wheel. Man because he was a slave. You're not able to have any kind of rank and typical of time period. You know the white captain didn't really do a whole heck of a lot except like you know occupy that official role but it was really Smalls that was doing all the steering so he knew exactly what to do and he knew how he could use that Likeness to kind of create. A diversion right. So late in the evening of may thirteenth eighteen sixty two planner Return to charleston. After a two week supply expedition the white crew were supposed to stay on board to keep an eye on the The enslaved crew but They were scheduled for another mission the next day and they wanted to get a little bit of shore. Leave time in. They wanted to sleep in a comfortable bed. You know maybe a hotel we have the the the company of of a woman or something like that You know these guys were were definitely ready for a night on the town. So they left the boat And they trusted the enslave crew members to take care of it. Because that's what they always did. They always took care of everything including steering the actual ship Captain raylucia did the same thing under threat of court martial visit. Big deal is would have been considered abandoning his post. Or what is it called going. Awol ben right away without leave. Yup yeah if he was if he was caught not manning the boat then it would clearly be a dereliction of duty but he had been relaxing right. They had done a successful two-week rotten so he like the other. White officers are in town to unwind. Once they get to shore robert turns to his fellow crew members and he says.

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"one plan" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

08:11 min | 8 months ago

"one plan" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"We send him to charleston and so he can work there. It's a bigger town right. And it's different tout and so the mckee family of moving to charleston to and when roberts about twelve years old. He's hired as a day laborer working on the waterfront. Any eventually becomes a sailor which is sort of the first step towards this big story add. He's lived a lot of life by the time he's nineteen. Let's see what was up to no right. By the very young age he had held down quite a few different jobs at various skill levels but some of them included a lamp lighter. Just exactly what it sounds like A steve door foremen stevedore foreman essentially A an early version of what we would call a longshoreman. Someone who is responsible for loading and unloading cargo from merchant ships He also was a waiter again being a little bit of preferential treatment here considering He was allowed to keep a dollar of his fifteen dollars. A week wages His owner of course took the rest and he was able to kind of learn a lot from these jobs from listening. You know especially the waiter job. He was able to kind of figure out who everyone was in the community. People would pass the restaurant and he began to learn a lot about who who was who within the Port kind of hierarchy here in charleston. There are very few people according to gates the story. We talked about n. Charleston who knew more about the harbor than robert smalls and that just came from him literally keeping his ears. Open this episode of ridiculous. History is brought to you by fruit of the loom. Did you know that in eighteen seventy one. The name further loom received. Us trademark number four eighteen one of the first five hundred ever created from the united states. Patent office is true. And today one hundred and seventy years after their birth fruit of the loom products still maintain the same high standard of quality. 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It's up to you brought to you by the ad council so around eighteen fifty six. He met his wife there in charleston. hannah is what her name was and she was a slave that belonged to the kingman family And she worked at a hotel there in charleston and robert got the owner's permission to marry her and the two then moved in together into an apartment and had two children elizabeth and robert junior even though they were kind of granted this permission to marry. They knew that it was possible. They would be asked. It'd be forced to separate Depending on the nature of the work or if the family that owned one or both of them decided they want to so smalls asked the owner of His wife if he could just by his family which would have been at a very dear cost the time around eight hundred dollars. He only had around one hundred though the time and proposed that he would save up the other seven hundred after making that down payment. Yeah and for a maximum we get some inflation calculator. Action fired up here. It is blue. Okay good yeah. Takes a second folks the further. We go back in time so just for comparison. Eight hundred dollars was just under thirteen. Thousand four hundred dollars today so this was this was steep especially when you consider that this guy was able to save money despite only receiving one fifteenth of his. Pay the other fourteen Installers each week is it's insanely going to this guy's doing nothing is doing nothing on the docks so so this price is crazy and he is rightly wondering. How long is it going to take me to save up this other. Seven hundred dollars. He he's thinking is by the way during the civil war because he was hired as a deck hand in march of eighteen sixty one on that confederate supply ship from the very beginning of our story. The planter the planter was back in the day it had been a cotton steamer but it got converted to carry supplies between forts in the charleston harbor and so just the way that robert learned everything about the the charleston docks. He'd learned everything he could about. Steering and running this steamer running the planter and he began to brainstorm slowly over time way a way to escape the heist began to form in his head. So let's fast forward. It's spring it's eighteen. Sixty two this is the second.

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"one plan" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

08:04 min | 8 months ago

"one plan" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Welcome back to the show ridiculous stories as always thank you so much for tuning in over on the zoom call here. We've got our super producer. The one and only max williams give him a hand. Give them to give them three. How many of hoodoo and who's that. Who's that who do you. Who over there s me brown oh assimilation name. I think i've ever said about last name is in fact brown For anyone that didn't know You ever watched a great british baking show or the great british bake off as it is somehow sometimes Referred to do introduce myself. I'm bed forbade apart. Yes who is is directing that question. So so i have like meeting. People find it relaxing. It was sort of. It's it's got to what you would call a ted lasso vibe. Now it really does not really does yeah and my boy fielding From the mighty bouche very controversial decision to install him as the comic relief on that. Show alongside Matt lucas i think is his name. Who is in little britain but no fielding bit of a weirdo. And i love the fact that they're totally totally is one of my favorite. He's he's one of the few guys with my name. That is you know looms large pop culture and the other one is no gallagher. Who's kind of a jerk. So definitely enroll fielding. Put us through a lot. What even is a wonderwall I only bring this up because they do a thing on on great british baking show every week. it's like a different theme. they've got biscuit week or Trump week or pie week or whatever japanese week. Well you know what we're doing that would they don't own that. They don't own that ben. We're going to do that. Well we will weakest for us we are. We're introducing a theme this week which is historical heist. These are as you know longtime ridiculous story. We love a good heist tail in a heist. You can see this cinematic scope of humanity. You can see the highs the lows you can see inspiration you can see villainy and we thought you know we would today kick off this week by having a story that is technically a heist. But it's it's a heist maybe not in the way you would expect. It's a story of inspiration. It's a story of audacity ambition. it's ultimately a story about freedom and it's an amazing story that we feel very fortunate to share with you. There is a guy we'd love to introduce you to his name. Is robert smalls. So robert smalls if you've never heard of him let's make cinematic. Let's lean into this so there is a great like opening scene from a book called e. Free or die. The amazing story of robert smalls escape from slavery to union hero and knoll. You wanna you wanna kick us off your. Let's let's set this up and max in a lien on your amazing sound design powers. Okay so the the the logos popped up right. Rh blah blah blah blah and then we fade out and it's nighttime darkness still blanketed the city of charleston and the early hours of may thirteenth eighteen. Sixty two as a light breeze carried. The briny sent martius across his quiet harbor. Only the occasional ringing of ships bell competed with the sounds of waves lapping against the wooden off where confederate side wheel. Steamer named the planter was moored. The wolf stood a few miles from the fort sumter where the first shots of the civil war and fire just a little more than a year before as thin wisps of smoke. Rise from the vessels smokestack high above the pie. The house twenty-three-year-old three year old. Enslaved men in robert smalls stood on the deck. The next few hours he and his young family would other find freedom from slavery or face certain death. yeah. I think we stopped there. This is the moment and we want you to have that image. Burn in your mind and keep it here because this is about to be the defining decision of this young man's life. Let's learn a little bit about him and let's learn about what led him to this moment there on may thirteenth so robert smalls is born on april fifth. Eighteen thirty nine. He is born on an estate run. A plot of land at five eleven prince street in beaufort south carolina. He is born into slavery his mother. Lydia was a in the house at the time but she grew up working the fields and she was not from this town originally. She been taken from her own family when she was just nine years old. The story of small's father is largely lost history. There are few suspects or there. Few suspected patriarchs but none have been clearly identified. We know that at least according to some great work by historians quoted with pbs. We know that the slave labor family the mckee family the patriarch of them. Was john mckee for some reason. They seem to favour young robert over the other. Enslaved children that were living on the property and that causes some historians to speculate. That perhaps john mckee was roberts biological. That's the detail that causes story instantly most in that direction and speaking historians highly recommend checking out henry. Louis gates juniors article on pbs. It's actually transcript of a series that this historic wonderful story and did call the african americans many rivers to cross You can find that on. Pbs dot org. Just search for robert smalls henry. Louis gates don't wanna read you the headline quite yet. Because it's a spoiler but you're right. Been a lot of times. The history of family lineage. In these slave situations were lost to history for obvious reasons. Yeah and this was by design in some cases. Here's the thing he he had. He had friends and he would hang out with them and he would be a pushing the envelope. Against some of the draconian rules over class and behavior in this community most notably. He ignored the curfew that was for all black people in town and he would hang out with his white friends. His mother was very very worried about this because she thought he would grow up without fully understanding the horrors of slavery and so she intended to give him a education. She said look. He has to go work in the fields for a while. The asked to watch people as they are being whipped and being being whipped in this time. Make no make.

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"one plan" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

03:23 min | 11 months ago

"one plan" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Because that's thank you. I feel like you wanna say something else. Never mind look good. I really appreciate your coming to my show voter but the dog has to run up on a hill all right. Let's check it over there at the dragon droppings behind video village. You've courses in palms california. What's having anything and palm going down that we need to know about what's going on the familiar familiar. Well is there anything interesting. I don't think so. I mean it's not that interesting. Somebody had a baby. I mean i don't know that doesn't help. Did you have to deliver the maybe no okay. You're reading your issue is right. Yeah i know this sweet little baby sweet. Maybe they have it in the elevator. No nothing interesting happens about it. There was nothing i i was. I was very sincere. You're the pandemic. The things were happening. I know it feel like it's like flip-flop because for me i feel like there's more stuff going on and he has. He's got nothing. But that did remind me al capone's vault. I got to be something here. No nothing all right geraldo nuts. That wasn't his fault. It was a risk you roll. The days claims him. Look at this fucking dummy but it was like he could have opened that thing and it would have been amazing and no. It is his fault because he used the mystery of it to keep people watching and keep them engaged and he knew that could have been a bust. You know he'd hoped of course it was going to be great. He knew it could have been a bust and he just teased it. And he's and he's it. So if i got i think he got greedy. I think he got agreed. If you were to do something with a big reveal you. Don't you build that up. i'd open and then do the show. Oh and pretend like you're doing yeah go feel backup you. What a put a gun in there or something. I was too young shot. Their whatever happened what people think like what was the hope. What were they hoping to find. Serena told of riches. Yeah don't really know body. Meet me old alcohol. I get often maybe volts decades earlier crash over the dimensions of that vault. Do you even remember. He walked the walk involved. I thought was walking. Volt okay. the two hour special including commercials was greatly hyped as potentially revealing great riches or ted bodies on live television. You go. that's on us for wanting to see dead by the presence of a medical examiner should bodies be found from the irs to collect any of capone's money that might be a super pretty. I don't like they definitely. They definitely had meetings where they're like. So if there is nothing but you know what are we going to do. They didn't go into a going. Oh i know well we only have one plan in. Its to reveal the greatest thing. You've everything in the end. They lost really. I remember them. That's terrible purdue that harley terrible producing how do you plan. I remember no but i didn't and.

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"one plan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"one plan" Discussed on KGO 810

"Ads and choosing the best deals is Frank. Hey, David. Thanks for joining us by Michael, How are you? I'm good. I'm good. You know, the last thing I heard about the ads for the Super Bowl tomorrow was Budweiser was out of the game, which I can't believe I did. They were always there. And I'll car manufacturers out of the game are there There's gonna You know, there's I've heard that there's a least three tomorrow. That's less than normal. So there absolutely is a little bit of a shift and who's spending big money to have big ads tomorrow? But I do know. General Motors has a big one planned for it has a big one plan and two. It has a big one plan where I heard that is it all gonna be truck? Sure, they're gonna be cars. I mean, everybody's selling trumps now, right? Yet trucks. They're big people, You know we want we want trucks and SUVs right and in America right now, that's true. That's big. What it seems like if these ads actually the ones for tomorrow. Are going to be more emotional drift heartstring driven to bring America together to be brand of the people or to be thinking about after the pandemic or in the future of electric cars. It seems to be Big picture, Big future. Stuff as opposed to buy a car now. Tomorrow. That's it Show they're looking at the divided election. Black lives matter. Those types of things is that what is that the space in which they're dealing with Not that specific, but I was looking at the General Motors ad and that looks to be about electric cars and how they're gonna have the electric models by 2025. Which is 10 years ahead of, you know, You know, our California big mandate and Ford was talking about coming together. We're together. We're a nation of one. Um, you know, be strong in the nation and kind of the pandemic is gonna come to an end and then get back out. Do what we want to do. So it was things like that that I was seeing for this year. And less about the One car racing ads that you know you would see in prior Wow. That's it. Well, well. First of all, this is David Shapiro, CEO and founder of car Intelligent. Let's tell people what car intelligent does in my mind. Everybody knows, but they probably don't so tell people what card Teligent is all about. Yeah. So cartel agents based here in the Bay Area. We've been around for 20 years and we are service that helps people by release any new car Any make or model on, get a great experience without having to shop in, negotiate on their own or go into the dealer. And we helped by understanding where people are in the car buying process, giving.

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"one plan" Discussed on The Soccer Specialist Podcast

The Soccer Specialist Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"one plan" Discussed on The Soccer Specialist Podcast

"It can be taken balls out of the air chest by foot combinations chest. Thi- foot five foot. Those different things get somebody to toss you a ball. I touch which is a huge one plan. You want a better. I what your plan while passing as a huge one Have a cone drill. I loved to do This can be very competitive. You can do this on wall to challenge yourself also becomes very competitive. You do this with teammate. Each four cones you can use socks leaves sneakers. I don't i don't care set up a little square The you want to get the square smaller over time. And i don't mean just in one session but over time but you give yourself a little bit of time to to start. Maybe it's two yards by two yards. Put a may not very far away because we don't want to worry about the distance knackers the past. Maybe only four or five yards away and they have cones set up as well and the whole idea here the rules the boss to be on the ground and has to be to your teammates feet. And that's why. I don't eat too far apart and then it's your i touch. Stay in your square. That make sense. So you want to start in the back of the square on the imaginary line between the back to cones your teammate. Hit you hard pass on the ground. You're i touch need to stay in the square. your second touches the pass to them. See also get a little bit quality footwork too because after you pass you wanna take quick steps to get to the back of that square because you want all the space you can get and as you get used to it and you get better at it. You're hitting harder but again on the ground harder passes to your teammates because you want to get them to take a first touch out of the square. You can even start keeping score. Okay maybe you get a point for each in the square and lose a point for each one out or you just lose a point for each one out..

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"one plan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"one plan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"A higher trip breeding, which seek doesn't mean anything to anybody. Except for us. We'll see that you need you need the Class B. I should've used. There must be. You should have got that. We should have you guys come and take a look at the Class B. I didn't. I never knew there is that thing existed unless I have installed very few, and it's Pretty much for heated. Sure. So did you know that? If somebody has the panel Off of your But you know how you open up the panel for the breaker box? Yeah. And then the next next level would be taking off the face of that. You see all those exposed copper things? He shouldn't touch any of that. All right? I just want you to know. Okay, Thanks for the heads up. I had a buddy. I will never be taking my electrical panel off to look around at the wiring. I had a sitter, possibly touching. It had had his off in one time and he had to leave. I was just hanging out in his garage, and he's like, Oh, hey, by the way, don't touch any of that. That's their, you know, And I'm like why he's like you'll die. You know? Jesus, Why do you have that thing? Exposed like that, But I didn't realize you know that's how close you are at that breaker box too serious electrocution right there. Behind those switches. Yeah, you know, you stepped out smart electricity. It's not real smart. It's got one plan and its planets that give find a path to get into the ground where it came from. Come on. I don't know where it came from the sky. I don't look whatever I'm not see when you come here. I'm so stupid. It's not even funny. Alright, comes from the energy. All right. We'll be right back right after this. From the Commission Society of.

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"one plan" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"one plan" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Enjoy all of those words of wisdom from Warren Buffett. Any any other interesting places where you've you've gotten some some different information or maybe any other, You know, fax or or quotes like that you like to share with us. You know what I want to switch pivot a little bit here where I was listening to another podcast. I'm a gentleman named very Rich holds. He's a financial advisor in New York. Very well respected. I think a great deal of him and he has a podcast called Masters in business Not really meant for Was retail investor typically more for other financial professionals like me when he interviewed Michael Lewis, you might know him famously, from the big short. Oh, he's the guy who, basically his theme is finding giant institutions that have done some big systemic failure during a crisis and kind of finding out what happened, And he's got a new book that comes out talking about the pandemic. And so it's really fascinating. I haven't read the book yet, but the podcast itself certainly makes me want to read it. I think a lot of us would really like to know what that a lot more about what the heck went on to lead to kind of the failure of a country is Strong is ours. Maybe several things we all felt getting on better. I guess I'll leave it at that are so what One part that I keyed in on his he had during the interview was George W. Bush, apparently back in around 2006. After 9 11 happened and Katrina happened, he'd become very interested in what other big systemic events could happen. So we started reading up on the pandemic of 1918. So apparently he gathered a bunch of experts together and staff together to say, you know. Hey, What's the plan? To which they said there isn't one plan was like, Oh, my God. So he started actually. Then he tasked a whole bunch of various people he put Group task force together of experts, they developed the plan. The reason it's so important to me is because apparently there's a problem with the system itself. And apparently, what happened is they did come up with a game plan. But once he left office and the Obama administration come in, I didn't really know this Jim, but apparently it's just normal. When presidents leave for like the entire 304 100 staff person like almost all of them are gone. They turn it over. Clean out the computers. They clean out the state. Like all the information, it's just Just sit there thinking, like, what kind of ridiculous protocol is that for us? Where every four years whatever we've learned, like information, get people start over. Start over. Right, huh? And so, apparently, the in our country right now, Michael Lewis is just saying that we don't even have we have literally no, like national, just like central nervous system, talking toe like the 2000 small public health. Offices that exist around the country, and that that was like the biggest problem in the pandemic. And obviously, there's a whole bunch of details that are fascinating and a whole bunch of layers here that their little beyond me just trying to memorize that number one. I just thought that was interesting to share. And I'm gonna read the book, and I'd like to learn a little bit more. But it also had me thinking even a little bit, You know, in financial planning and things that I do I see so many people trying to do things in silos. I see so many people out there that follow this one person and try to pick a stock here. Follow another article over here and in here that they should do this thing with their retirement and they're investing and they try toe, you know, choose social security in a silo over here, and you know, it leads to really bad advice in a really bad lack of a plan. So you know, not only do I think that's interesting. I wanted to share but just as a translates into kind of what we talk about here, your retirement plan should be a centralized. You know, nervous system here should be a brain. It should have all the components talking to each other. I promise you, it works out better that way. You will do better with investments. If it's correlated with your income needs in your tax situation, you will save money on taxes if you understand your income in your investment plan. Etcetera, and that's what we do for you. It's really, really hard for you to weed through the noise and the billion pieces of advice, good and bad here, and none of it applies to you because you're your own personal situation. So we will build you a comprehensive custom retirement plan based off what your goals in life are what you're trying to do, and we'll answer your questions. There's no cost. No obligation just have to give this number to call. 885647878.

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"one plan" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"one plan" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"He was strong he could shoot. He was quick scan haskell kid and he kicked my tail couple of days but it was. It was a great learning experience. All great guys in they all help put you in the right direction. Here's as you look at some things you need to do. Is you need to consider so. That was a wakeup call. As well as a pivotal point helped me figure out a stronger. Got to be aggressive. Got to be more physical I've got a got a reason that game so that saudi was really fun of the great summer because school burdensome you'll had two classes kind of rested today. I pick their brains classes basketball. All these thanks so they they were all very complicating and still to this day. I call when those guys about business dealer connection is still the same thing so that brotherhood. Gus extend out into our everyday lives a huge to think about that. And it's a credible. Thank you said guys blocked or shot out of the break. It's fun to think about a welcome to do welcome Rational as a high schooler. So it's great thing about those early days in really find finding your when the team on those those starting to make these consecutive final fours do truly wise the national scene for and it looks like it's going to stay here for generations to come with his powers looks like My generation we kinda see that we think about the. I hate christian later documentary because that's all we've seeming right at the thirty for thirty. I'm you talk just a little bit about. Maybe just i. I actually being that maybe it was like maybe outside of of me with the documentary. Showed it just focusing on one plan. Maybe with that. That team was like that dynamic. I think great teves do things apart from basketball. You know we were pretty close in most of us would make mix and mingle together and a lot of scenes and during the day between breaks we hang out so close a closeness and camaraderie.

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"one plan" Discussed on No One Told Me

No One Told Me

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"one plan" Discussed on No One Told Me

"I get text all the time. Like my periods. Knock up on me. I didn't have a migraine the day before right period mike period came and my cramps were barely noticeable to the basics of lake. Man every single month you get three or four days of your life back because you're not wanting to bite the head off every single person around you but you also just kind of letting your body do what it's supposed to do and it's showing you in return. How easy in how really good balance can feel it. What's so interesting to me. Heather is all of that can happen with just intentional. Focus on doing what. You're eating how you're living your day to day life and that you will partner with women in creating a plan that i mean this is what we talked about. One plan does not work with everyone and so you know their lifestyle and learning you know. Are they young moms. Are they working fulltime jobs. Are you know like knowing. All the ins and outs of their lives will help you create a plan. That's like here's how we can get your body back to normal because it's taken a beating over over the years and if you don't have the information there's no way to know where to start right so i just love the about creating plans based on who your client is and what their lifestyle is. Yes yes. I think that's really important just to again identified as simple shifts in another piece of that is e happened. All the time is we typically want plans that help us six one specific symptoms like the first thing that comes to mind is that everybody wants to die at a weight while plan and they think if that happens then there hormones will be balanced so people that are creating weight off plans know that so they're like hormones are the secret to losing weight will kind of go after losing weight like that means is yet hormones. Are the secrets losing weight..

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"one plan" Discussed on The Hospital Finance Podcast

The Hospital Finance Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"one plan" Discussed on The Hospital Finance Podcast

"Overall spending and higher profits for insurance companies But because before will care at requires insurers to return their excess profits to employers and their workers call the medical loss ratio requirement. This could mean lower premiums and twenty twenty one. it's insurers anticipate that these trends are going to continue just looking at an analysis of rate filings in the aca marketplaces for the twenty twenty. One plan year gives some clues as to what we might see In the employer market but this house has found that some insurers increased premiums for this plan year in anticipation of higher. Covance related costs while others decrease premiums because anticipate ongoing lower healthcare us just under half a plans that cited cove it in their rate filings as a as a as driving their premiums either view the countervailing affects of on spending increases because kobe decreases because of under utilization as a wash or noted that the effects were just too certain to have an impact on premiums in the employer market even if premium contributions and deductibles fall remain unchanged or more slowly incomes could fall or grow more slowly leaving household cost burns unchanged or even higher so we really won't know the full impact covert on the economic burden of healthcare costs on workers until we have twenty twenty and twenty twenty. One day sarah. What do you think the findings of this study mean for healthcare policy moving forward. Well the good thing is The aca provides some cost protection to people with employer coverage and high cost plans. I people with low incomes less in about seventeen thousand.

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"one plan" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"one plan" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"Financial services and strategy in took that as a way you learn many different models right you see many different. Many different models tremendous learning In the finance side of my house also deep background in economics and fundamentally what drives a company And that's what led me into the supply chain job in during ours. My time in our supply chain. We did a pretty large transformation in that. Transformation was really around our speed to market as i mentioned earlier and we really built our supply chain into a responsive supply chain. And i think with that comes when you go across that say any. Transformation is fundamental and people process tools. And how you go about that from an operations perspective but what. I learned on the operation side of the house with scale. How do you operate at scale. How do you. How do you manage teams at scale it. How do you do that in a way that doesn't get in the way of the transformation in the innovation in so when you talk about bringing those composite skills the role of the cio. This days are to take their so much innovation. Going on the speed of change i mean even the disruption. We've all experienced with the pandemic this past year. You know i think the terms the industry uses fast digital transformation by three years of what people were assuming they would get done. And i think as a cio. You really have to be able to understand which of those come to bear on your business and really understanding your customer understanding how you actually impact operations in people's jobs in how they do their jobs and also being able to understand how you do that at scale frankly in that transformation in so i think i actually have been very fortunate in being able to bring those skills to bear on. What tradition traditionally is a more of a technical role. If you will taco but a little bit about how you see the interplay between enterprise strategy. It and digital strategy and data strategy the thread. That's pulled through each of those an md extent to which you see those as sort of all part of one plan or the alignment of several plans. Altogether i get the alignment of several things that come together and i think first and foremost it starts with. Where's your customer out. Where's your customer going And i think we've anchored our strategy around that. And then how do you bring that to life so what capabilities are needed to bring that to life and when you look at capabilities your technology portfolio suite of capabilities. So how do you bring a that building in. So that really. It's super strong connection for us between that strategic plan of how do we enable the customer therefore what technology capabilities. You need to do that..

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6. Family Travel Association with Rainer Jenss on the Adventures with Grammy Podcast

Adventures with Grammy

05:41 min | 1 year ago

6. Family Travel Association with Rainer Jenss on the Adventures with Grammy Podcast

"That's the biggest advantage. I see of travel is that it is such an educational opportunity for children and it reinforces what they learn in the school systems hundred percent very well said and if i may add to this something that i think most parents are not really aware of our additional benefits that come out from traveling with your children so for example we all know or suspect that they are learning about the world as they travel through it which certainly was the case when we did it with our children. You know those cultural differences relieve impression and now so many things but there is also not only they exploring the world outside of themselves but unbeknownst to them. They're really learning about themselves. They're learning life skills. They're developing not just new perspectives but discovering personal interests. That that's this interesting. Byproduct of getting your kids out of their comfort zone and from what's familiar now. That's what travel affords Everybody not just children but particularly children who are going through. Whether it's adolescence are changes that are going on in their lives. All of this mixed together with this discovery about themselves through what they're seeing externally is i wasn't aware of When we embarked our trip and really realized. When i got back it's no surprise at my older son is now twenty three years old. Got his first job. Out of college at spacex he developed this love and appreciation for not just photography. that's a life skill. He learned while he was driving but an appreciation for our nautical engineering and space rocketry. That came out of visiting places like the kennedy space center and so forth so it could lead to be really anything but this gives children opportunity to discover themselves without the kind of influence of their peers and and you know kind of the day to day struggles that they have is young people. I hope the audience out there really takes this to heart. Maybe in some way practices on their own because to be aware of it will really enhance the experience. I think without being no intentional about it. 'cause it should just it just kind of happens and that's where the magic is and that's why go to career in trying to promote All the things that families can do together not just a theme park beach the case. It's some we talked about. But you know there's so many great ships one mention For example dude ranches very popular with the multi gen skipped gen circles if it's a chance to get outdoors and You can not just ride horses by go fly fishing and you'll quality time the cookout or you know by the by the can fire. You know making a sure or young burning marshmallows. Toasted marshmallows students attended arnhem but You know these are. There's so many things that i know. Parents grandparents alike will take the time to research. Discover not to put a plug for family travel association that i that i founded seven years ago but family travel dot org. I urge here audience. Check it out and maybe get some ideas and look at things that you never thought were even possible. Scuba diving with with children is is a possibility. I've gone on dive trips all around the world with my kids and other families ten years ago. I didn't think that was even remotely possible. I didn't realize that a ten year old could certify. Get their certification. I thought it would have been at least in the teens. If not a little older but anyway there's so much out there but as we kind of started with its finding that that kind of common ground that so important one planning something like this you know. What are some of the things that everyone in the family likes to do. And one last thing a common mistake that's also made when it comes to planning travel With families and certainly with multi jan groups is that they don't consider the activities before the destination in other words. People said okay. Where do you wanna go. And let's say for the sake of argument. Someone says i want to go to hawaii and allies. Great were really. What hawaii is is destination with beaches resorts things like diving as i mentioned some cultural experiences but if you pick the destination i you limit yourself to that destination offers instead. Start with all. I wanna go. Sailing are oh. I wanna beach vacation decide on the activity then. Your geography is much larger than you can choose from a greater variety not to mention expenses. Let's say everyone decides to go to hawaii but some people live in florida You know those are all factors so pick the activities. I the destination second. I hope you enjoy today's episode of the adventures with remy.

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WHO expert group recommends use of AstraZeneca vaccine

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

WHO expert group recommends use of AstraZeneca vaccine

"Are some doubts about AstraZeneca's Corona virus vaccine, it has gotten a big boost. A group of experts on immunization working with the World Health Organization is recommending the use of AstraZeneca's vaccine, even in countries that have Corona virus variants. The WH OSE chief scientist, Dr Samy s woman often noted that the AstraZeneca vaccine requires storage it refrigerator temperatures, not the far colder ones required of the Fizer vaccine. The Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine. Is One of the main vaccines. At this point in the callbacks facility, it's going to be procured in hundreds of millions of those is. Meanwhile, the South African government announced it won't deploy the AstraZeneca vaccine as widely as first planned because of concerns about its effectiveness against a variant. The first emerged in that country. I'm

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WHO expert group recommends use of AstraZeneca vaccine

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

WHO expert group recommends use of AstraZeneca vaccine

"While some countries are raising concerns about the effectiveness of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine expert panel says it's better than leaving populations unprotected a group of experts on immunization working with the World Health Organization is recommending the use of AstraZeneca's vaccine even in countries that have corona virus variants the WHO's chief scientist Dr simi S. woman often noted that the AstraZeneca vaccine require storage at refrigerator temperatures not the far colder once required of the Fizer vaccine the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine is one of the main vaccines at this point in the call backs facility it's going to be procured in hundreds of millions of dollars is and distributed around the world meanwhile the south African government announced it won't deploy the AstraZeneca vaccine as widely as first planned because of concerns about its effectiveness against a variant for first emerged in that country I'm Jennifer king

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E3 2021 may be digital as ESA says it’s ‘transforming’ the gaming showcase

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:38 min | 1 year ago

E3 2021 may be digital as ESA says it’s ‘transforming’ the gaming showcase

"Of the essays planning for a digital e-3 and twenty twenty one is from andy robinson at video games chronicle according to three twenty twenty one pitch documents set two games games. Publishers and seen by the essay has now outlined proposals for this year's event which would see three days of livestream coverage held during the previously announced dates of june fifteenth june seventeenth. The essays intention is to hold multiple to our keynote sessions from games partners. An award show a june fourteen preview night and other smaller streams from games publishers influencers and media partners the broadcast event would be supplemented by media previews the week before as well as demos released on consumer platforms. According to the esa's proposal. The essay also says it'll allow partner companies to remotely stream playable game demos to the media across thousands of scheduled meetings with one to one assistance from developers. Many companies have used similar on demand streaming solutions during the pandemic to allow them to allow the media to remotely play their games for preview purposes. However the three hundred twenty one plan still require the approval of essays membership which is made. up of. The industry's industry's biggest games. Company is and who has significant influence over the direction of the show. The essay was already facing significant pressure to reinvent three with several major publishers including ea. Sony activision having abandoned the event in recent years and thous before twenty twenty s cancellation after which many companies such as e. and ubisoft enjoyed success. Running their own digital events

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After Record Turnout, Republicans Are Trying to Make It Harder to Vote

All Things Considered

05:25 min | 1 year ago

After Record Turnout, Republicans Are Trying to Make It Harder to Vote

"Louise Kelly, a record 158 million Americans voted last November. Many cast their ballots early and by mail well now, in the aftermath of President Biden's victory, some Republican state lawmakers are proposing bills that would effectively make it harder to vote. Here to talk us through what is happening with voting laws in three states where the 2020 election was really close our Stephen Fowler of Georgia Public Broadcasting, Abigail, since key of WK are in Lansing, Michigan. And been Giles of Cage's in Phoenix. Arizona. Welcome all three of you. Thanks. Thank you. Thank you for having us, Steven. I've got to start with you. Not only because George is my home state, but because there has, of course been so much focus on Georgia and on Trump's efforts to throw out Biden's victory there. What are GOP lawmakers they're discussing. Well this week, Many Republican lawmakers who pushed false claims of election fraud have signed on to a number of bills in the Senate aimed at making it harder to vote. And that's after Democrats flipped both U. S Senate seats and help defeat President Trump. They would do things like Ban absentee ballot. Dropbox is severely restrict who could request a mail in absentee ballot and would undo the so called motor voter law that automatically updates your voter registration. Whenever you go to the D. M V. Now there are a few proposals that seem most likely to be enacted. One would add some sort of security requirement when you request an absentee by male vote in the future, such as writing your driver's license I d number or sending in a photocopy of your I D when you request a ballot, All right, let's head west over to Arizona Been a zoo, you know Well, Biden's victory was razor thin there as it was in Georgia. What is the debate unfolding where you are? Well, we're seeing voting laws that would impact every step of the voting process. Starting with getting registered. One measure would make it more difficult for county officials to go out into the community and hold voter registration drives. There was even a bill to abolish the incredibly popular vote by mail system in Arizona. The sponsor backtracked off that idea within hours of introducing the bill. What other ideas include requiring people to get early ballot envelopes notarized that's been described by some as a poll tax, and another proposal says You could get an early ballot mailed to you, but you couldn't tell it back. They want you to hand deliver it to a polling place, and perhaps the most controversial ideas would directly impact the presidential election results. One plan would divvy up electoral college votes by congressional district like Maine and Nebraska. Another would actually let the Legislature straight up, revoke the certification of results and let lawmakers pick who gets the electoral college votes. Wow. Um, Abigail. How about Michigan Democrats control the executive branch, but Republicans control the Legislature. How does that dynamic play out in terms of what's happening with voting laws on the discussion over what to do with him in Michigan? Well, it's been a real split screen. We have Democrats and clerks who are pointing to this election as the safest and most secure of their careers. Bar. Bayram is one of the clerks from the larger counties and Michigan, and she called on Republicans this week to say what's been clear throat. All of these hearings that this election was fair and free of fraud. At the end of the day. If people do not want to believe this backed, they're not gonna believe it. Regardless of how many audits are performed. Reports are issue or how transparent the processes and in Michigan are. Democratic Secretary of State is saying she wants to do things like male absentee ballot applications to registered voters and federal elections. Republicans are countering with things like putting cameras on unstaffed ballot. Dropbox is neither of those are likely to get very far. But there is middle ground on issues like making sure there's common training for pole challengers on Stephen and been a quick quick reaction from each of you on that. How much of this in your state? It is. Real policy proposal. How much is for show? Well, Mary Louise after the last couple months of hand wringing over votes we've seen top Republican lawmakers in Georgia say that they're not going to do some of the more extreme proposals. They're not for cutting, no excuse absentee voting, and many of these bills are likely just to appease their constituents who say that more needs to be done. Why do Republicans in your states say changes like this are necessary, Given that there were no major issues with absentee voting in the 2020 election, Given that federal officials have confirmed it was the most secure election in American History. Stephen Bendy one. Do you want to take that one? Justification in Arizona is Pretty simply put as distrust, citing the misinformation that's out there and citing the fact that there are a lot of these Republicans constituents who say they have doubts whether or not those doubts are based on any valid information. Republicans have kind of push past that and just said the fact that there are doubt justifies continued discussions about the election. And changes to the law that they say might inspire some more confidence

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Hal Holbrook, Emmy and Tony-Winning Actor, Dies in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, At 95

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Hal Holbrook, Emmy and Tony-Winning Actor, Dies in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, At 95

"Emmy and Tony winning actor Hal Holbrook has died at the age of 95. The New York Times reports. The actor died in January on the 23rd at his home in Beverly Hills. ABC is Bill Deal looks back at his career, Holbrook was best No. One for his many performances, his Mark Twain on stage and on television cam by railroad. It is all no stranger gets tired over seven minutes as to stop and rest for three quarters of an hour in 2008 at age 82 Holbrook became the oldest male performer ever nominated for an Academy Award for his supporting role in into the wild. Don't you think you're getting a job and making something of this life? We got one plan. Under Alaska will be all the way out there. Yes, While Holbrook loved acting and told ABC is Robin Roberts, somebody asked me Why do you keep working and I said, well, Well am I gonna do play golf Working is more active is more fun than golf. In the fall of 2010 hellhole. Brooke was cast into guest starring TV roles, one on FX, His Sons of Anarchy and NBC's conspiracy thriller series. The event. While he played many parts during his long career, it was Mark Twain. That was, as he put it, something precious my side arm through life. He called it Holbrook was married to actress designing women star Dixie Carter, who passed away in 2010. Will deal. ABC News

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Chicago school district cancels some in-person classes as labor dispute flares

Chicago Tonight

05:32 min | 1 year ago

Chicago school district cancels some in-person classes as labor dispute flares

"Person. Classes were canceled again today for chicago. Public school students who were attending in person. This as the battle over school reopening is being fought between the district. The teachers union prekindergarten and special education cluster. Students were given the option to come back to the classroom earlier. this month. looming over the standoff is the threat of another teacher strike as the two parties are over. Covert nineteen vaccination plans cleaning protocols and even which data in science should guide the reopening process. About an hour ago. I spoke with mayor lori. Lightfoot and schools chief janice jackson. I began by asking dr jackson. How close is the district to a deal with the teachers union. And what are the major sticking points right. Now as i've said this week we are trying our best to make progress. I think there's no reason why we can't have a deal in cr students back in the classroom on monday. I know so. Many students and parents have expressed our excited. They are about that opportunity. So that's what we're planning for a with regards to the union. I think some of the sticking points that we've been talking about or the past few weeks related to testy vaccination and accommodation still are outstanding on. But we're going to continue to work car because we know what's at stake in. That is making sure our kids get a quality education mayor or jackson at what point does either or one of you arrive at the bargaining table to close the deal. Well i think we've got to make more progress grants. I think it's important for your listeners. To know that since june we've met with the t to now over seventy times. It lasts two weeks every day including saturday and sunday. The schedule time is from eleven to five every day and we would have expected by now to make a lot more progress in the last week alone. We've given them to different on comprehensive plans one plan which we updated and we've given them. I think that covers every single issue. Eight different issues from ventilation testing to plans and protocols what happens if there is a a positive tested linked to schools. So we're serious and we're going to be made it table but we've got to see some progress it. We've got to see a series of purpose on the other side. For example today we got a proposal from the other side. Include things like defunding. The police and having the cpu dictate housing policy in the city. Now obviously neither of those things is appropriate for bargaining on teachers contract. So we need them to get serious to come to the table. We can get a deal done. I am confident that we can. We keep waiting and hoping that we're actually going to have some issues that we agree on the issues that we've been talking about now for weeks. We still don't have agreement on a single one of those issues and every other bargaining experience. I've been in both as mayor but also in my private sector life. You focus on an issue you resolve it and then you move onto the next issues. We haven't been able to do that with you. Which frankly to that by since there is no deal you know. Kindergarten through eighth grade did have the option of returning starting this monday. Do have the option Starting this monday to be back in the classroom but even a large group of aldermen have called on pushing that date back a week. Dr jackson is that something you'd consider to avert a strike and get a deal done in the interim. Yeah as i stated earlier this week we remain steadfast in the fact that schools should re-open for students on monday february first. So we're still there. We're committed to that date. I think that the district has gone above and beyond from a planning perspective as well as all of the planning that has been happening for local school level. We have proven let us not forget. School has been in session with ask three weeks with students in our cluster program in students in our pre k. program in we have been successful. We plan for various scenarios we to implement our plans with fidelity. We know that we can do that for our kindergarten. Eighth grade students nets. Will we intend to do starting this monday. Even if i can add brandis. Let's let's also know that we're we're talking about this in the context of case rates dropping acitivity rates dropping. All of the metrics that we follow. We've been following since march of last year or all trend in the right direction and to those automated said. Let's kick the can down the road and get more time seventy times that we've met multiple times over the last two weeks we can get a deal done on a purpose and putting our kids i at the table and they have that faye mayor's was just going to add. That said you know this was calling for teachers to be vaccinated more teachers to be vaccinated before a reopening. Why not what. What could happen if you just wait for that. We have a. We have a comprehensive plan for getting teachers vaccine which we've had on the table for quite some time. Obviously gotta do it in the context of the reality of the limited supply of vaccinations at all the other. Frontline workers who've actually been outlawed in the grocery store worker sanitation librarians. I mean the list goes on and on absolutely we want to prioritize. I'm teachers and we have a plan to do that but we need to get a deal done. We need some movement in

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Work on Keystone XL pipeline halted

Fox News Rundown

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Work on Keystone XL pipeline halted

"On the long disputed Keystone XL oil pipeline has been halted as President Biden revoked its permit. Biden's day. One plan included provoking a presidential permit for the pipeline. 1700 mile pipeline was planned to carry roughly 100,000 barrels of oil a day.

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Joe Biden reveals 'Day One' plans to roll back Trump policies

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Joe Biden reveals 'Day One' plans to roll back Trump policies

"Up to a dozen executive orders on his first day as US president, immediately, reversing some of Donald Trump's most contentious policies. Measures do to be taken within hours of his inauguration on Wednesday include lifting a ban on travel from a group of mainly Muslim countries and rejoining the Paris climate accord. Mr. Biden will also call for masks to be worn on federal property to cut covert 19 infections on more financial support for those struggling during the pandemic. Next week. Take action to extend nationwide restrictions on evictions and foreclosures. This will provide more than 25 million Americans greater stability instead of living on the edge every single month. I'm asking Congress to do its part. Funded rental assistance for 14 million hearted families and tenants. Thousands of

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Facebook's Future with Mari Smith

Perpetual Traffic by DigitalMarketer

08:51 min | 1 year ago

Facebook's Future with Mari Smith

"We're gonna be talking a little bit about facebook's future in some of the things that she seen going on there's a lot happening privacy's sort of a big thing right now which will touch upon but lives video groups all kinds of stuff. What's the biggest thing that you see right now. That's really changing. Facebook that marketers need to know and then maybe we can get into some of the specifics of those things that they need to know. Murray absolutely well you just mentioned privacy and it was just double checking the day and it was march of two thousand nineteen zuckerberg mark zuckerberg kind of like almost like out of the blue is a little unanticipated. He pandas mega manifesto his privacy manifest doom. And everybody's talking about always. The pivot to privacy am own kind of interpretations of why this came about. You know what's the longer term. Play here that sucker. Berg is up to in it was in essence of there was an aspect of it was in response to the potential antitrust is also just getting pushed into like Know all the regulation components of i think eventually the whole social media landscape. We'll get regulated. That's inevitable just like radio television newspapers. It's inevitable so that's coming at some point and this is Kind of anticipating that in. What's fascinating to watch okay. What is the pivot privacy. Meanwhile they're doubling down on focusing on the three main messaging products that what's out being the biggest one. And then messenger which is really the number one messenger gap into the us. What's up number outside the us. And though they compete with apple i messages is pretty popular around the world and then the third one is instagram dragged in so zuckerberg in that manifesto use this word interoperability numerous times. We're just talking off lying there. Baking together familiar with that. If you're headed by the way my dad was a professional. Baker starlight bake cakes cupcakes stuff. So here's basically baking together. These three main messaging apps are products in essence. So they can kind of like not be in big more difficult so he can stand up there in goal no but no all of our users and our businesses our business. You know advertisers and customers. They have to be able to have these three products together and then but he's not saying out of course what they're seeing public facing which really we can all buy into. It's like hey yeah pun. Intended customer goes to instagram. He's looking year. She's looking at your shop owner. Gosh this item the go they buy it and then they're like but they tend to use what's out for two chatting or managing people and businesses. So they can their customer service. Follow up there asking questions. They can choose which inbox going to land in. What's up is direct or messenger. That's the aspect of interoperability. What's coming to is the ability to actually make those purchases inside any of those three inboxes in get the kind of the follow up. And then you've got that whole aspect of the chat baugh automation continues to be developed. So yes that would be. The main one is really. We were also talking about ecommerce. You know ralph. I know that area you focus on your agency and its ecommerce mobile commerce. you know. it's taken a leaf out of the. The books are the apps of asia's doing predominantly china. There's huge huge apps that entire operating systems inside of one one app. Don't see each being the biggest one of them but i think marketers today really looking towards developing their twenty twenty one plan. If you are in remotely in the world of e-commerce you have something to sell. But my point is there's a distinction here between physical products because that's almost always what facebook instagram ten to differentiate. They bring it all these features and it's shutting up shop earlier this year. The they just call it facebook shop. But it's now kind of streamline so if you have facebook shop it also is sitting right there on instagram and you can integrate with their partners right like shop of finding one of the main ones and so but were they've come right out and said is hey we recognize there are service based businesses and there are digital product based businesses and they're quote unquote working on solutions for all types of businesses. So i'm excited about that. Those those of us do digital product services. Yeah and you kinda started answering the question. That i had mario in terms of you know based on facebook trying to start baking all of these programs together. Have you seen that kind of come together with the programs that they've started in twenty twenty four businesses that are needing help during the pandemic and businesses. Maybe that are not so product centric and maybe more service centric like would have you seen happening with those kind of being a pulled together through the programs that they've started this year. We'll some of the real easy ones that they slipped in earlier in the year was like adding sticker onto instagram stories. Were you could users could recommend their favorite shops. Our local stores stick her in tag. The instagram account. That's made it made a difference to small business. I would hope so also like really trending hashtags hashtag support small business. They also june july of this year really emphasized. Hash is on facebook now. It's a whole other topic. I wrote a blog post about it. Hashtag of thing on facebook since two thousand thirteen so after seven years like okay. Now it'd be a good time to make them relevant on facebook. So i'm recommending to all my clients and students not in audience members is to go ahead and include hashtag support small business singular and plural on practically every post. You do so just adds a real easy simple one but about your question about the baking together. What happened just a couple of months ago. Is that the initial component of that interoperability. Kim with messenger integrate thing with instagram direct. To the point that they changed the dang logo now his do my head and because there's like every logo is all the same kind. I don't know what's happening anywhere. Google did the same thing right. Real visit dead called click up. It's like the same colors. And then i'm like a messenger instagram. Say all these seem like rainbow colors confused a lot of people and so now okay. Now we're not just doing that. light blue on messenger. Instagram and messenger so lots of changes all at once. It definitely does seem like the focus or the push for new products in the last three years on. Facebook has been more geared towards ecommerce dynamic product as and obviously facebook shop. And now you've got this interoperability with shop. It's really interesting. Because the digital the info people service people like. Well wait a second i mean. Obviously small business storefronts. That's always been sort of a mainstay stan. Or you're really involved with a lot of the small business. push that they did for marketing. But it's interesting to hear that digital like these other businesses which we all know and love. Obviously that's like that's how they make their living is going to be a more of a push in the coming years. Which is which is really good news. I think for a lotta listeners. Well it's true because you know we've all been selling online for you know a decade two decades and so wonderful able to have all of these users on their mobile devices and by the way of course. Instagram is one hundred percent mobile. they have the desktop version. But everybody's mobile and then facebook. It's roughly about eighty percent. Eighty five percent that predominantly access facebook on their mobile devices. So the easier. You can make it for the customer whether bbc to just tap tap. Tap bob okay. You know whether impulse purchases or really more thoughtful ones or just even getting into your funnel. Obviously those are. Those are really great in jackson. Re targeting you mention dynamic ads ralph and so you know i think you know some companies are just really good at sitting in your car like amazon. And they're like oh you might like these other twenty. Things would work exceedingly well. I mean it's one of the greatest tools especially for ecommerce

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Virus Cases Rise, but Hazard Pay for Retail Workers Doesn’t

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

06:22 min | 1 year ago

Virus Cases Rise, but Hazard Pay for Retail Workers Doesn’t

"The back of our chat about Starbucks, raising their wages for baristas. The headline is Virus cases rise, but hazard pay for retail workers doesn't on. This specifically calls out Amazon and Wal Mart, both of which had boosted wages initially, but it's since pulled those raises back for saying, Look. Amazon, you reported, you know quarterly profits that were up 200% but are not paying your workers anymore. Since June. Wal Mart also had a big bump in quarterly sales in their most recent earnings quarter that they reported on Tuesday. They had paid some cash bonuses back earlier this year, but also has not done anything to raise wages here. And the question of this article is asking is, Is it fair for these companies to be raking in not record, but significant, significantly higher profits than earlier in this year will not paying their workers more given the safety risks there undertaken. I mean, I I'm not again to fairness. That's certainly legal. I think it's kind of shameful and embarrassing for the companies that they won't do this Home Depot actually did Home Depot announcing their most recently quarterly earnings that they're going to be making a number of their pay change that they did permanent and it's gonna result in a billion dollars in additional compensation every year. Um Yeah, way judging the morality of it. Clearly, Amazon doesn't feel like they need to hike them the pay rates in order to attract employees and prevent them from unionizing and continue to protest the low pay, But, uh, I I hope that they changed their mind, and I hope that shoppers like us draw attention to it. Um But you know WALMART Amazon plenty of other retailers lows, all saying that, you know they've stopped any of the hazard paper programs that they were doing back in March, March and April of this year. I don't currently have any new ones planned. So that's I guess problem over the last 50 years that we have effectively said Look, we're not going to judge this based on morality. We're just gonna judge this based on whether or not it's good for the company. I think it's hugely problematic and I'm glad to know why it was. Why don't we start by judging the morality then? Find this sucks. You guys are raking in $200 billion of extra profit. Give some back to your employees. Don't worry just about the shareholders and in particular, let's talk about worrying about the shareholders because I want to mention lows, and I'm gonna call those out here because you mentioned Home Depot for doing things the right way. Those said that they had paid out $800 million in pandemic related benefits to employees. At the same time, the company said that they were expecting to buy back about $3 billion of their own stock in the fourth quarter alone. So, basically Okay. And here's Here's where my big issue is. Lows, is saying that spending that $3 billion on stock buybacks to benefit shareholders, which again they're entitled to do Okay is obviously more important to them than spending more money, probably a fraction of that to actually provide sufficient protection. For their employees in terms of testing, PPE all those types of things I know they obviously do. You know, they provide those things they've said, Look, we spent $800 million on it. But when you look at it, there's a 4 to 1 ratio in spending that's going to shareholders compared to employees just for the most recent quarter. Isn't that the fundamental problem that a lot of people have with big business is that they feel that the little guy the person who's working is fundamentally disadvantaged compared to someone who has the capital to invest in that business to begin with. Yes, that is the problem, but I blame all of us for it. None of us have been willing to have, you know, hold their feet to the fire and say OK, Amazon, you're doing this to your employees. I'm canceling my Amazon subscription and no longer shopping at your store. Wal Mart. Same story for you. You guys, you know, make all of your stuff in China and outsource a bunch of jobs outside the U. S. And pay your employees garbage and get them on. You know, food stamps and government benefits. We all still shop at Walmart. So you know I Yes, I blame the employees and a little bit of corporate morality would go a long way. But I blame all of us, too, because we're also Old shopping there. We're all still buying the stock. We are absolutely and this is something where we're all guilty of this, And it's something that we all need to understand because you know, you mentioned the outsourcing of jobs that is, the is the opposite side of the exact same corner. When you look at you know the outsourcing of jobs to other countries for at significantly lower costs. It's saying, Look, this is good for the company. But now we've got thousands of people who have lost jobs simply because the company is saying, Hey, we're going to do this in order to help shareholders. I'm all about trying to innovate to make things you know better. Certainly, like when you talk about, you know, the pride that we have in American business. It's the idea of innovation and pushing the envelope and trying to come up with new ways to do news. Things through free enterprise is the idea. Hey, through competition and through going, you know, add it with other companies. You can figure out better ways to build a better mousetrap. Build a better car. Build a better whatever the heck you're building. Those the things that we want to encourage the things that we don't want to encourage, Okay? Is low saying, Hey, we're gonna spend $3 billion on buybacks because we don't have any way to spend that three billion toe actually innovate any better. We don't have a better way, You know, to stack lumber. So instead we're going to spend $3 Billion on stock buybacks. Hey, Wal Mart? Yeah, we're gonna outsource. You know a bunch of production to China, not because they have a better way of actually building anything but because they have a cheaper way because they have lower labor standards where we can pay people less. And that is the fundamental problem here is that we're not talking about These companies improving on things by saying, Hey, we've built a better mousetrap. We've built a better car. It's just financial engineering by being able to push dollars around in ways that benefit shareholders. That is. The fundamental problem is that we're not innovating the way that we need to were just engineering the financial results after the fact. I'm done. And by the way, this has always been the case. 978 Texan, You know, I wish businesses would go back to profit sharing. Yeah, you're right. You know that. This hasn't been the case since the beginning of the United States. We we used to have pension plans and profit sharing plans at major large businesses that have largely gone away at this point, so I'm good. Now I can get off my soapbox and Good. We'll get on my folks as we age, one of things

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"one plan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"one plan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Heart radio at Fox 31 Pinpoint weather Mostly sunny and nice eyes today in the upper sixties low seventies tomorrow. The sea. Things start to cool off a bit on Sunday. Right now it's a crisp 46 degrees covered 19 cases are surging in Denver and across the state of Colorado because of that new public health orders in effect this weekend. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock says the city will be cracking down on mask mandates and reducing public gatherings. From 10 to 5. Your favorite local restaurants, ability to survive. This pandemic depends on you wearing your mask and social distancing. Your favorite local small businesses ability to survive this pandemic. They pants on you wearing your face mask and social distancing. Covert is also affected the NFL and possibly the Broncos. The Patriots cancelled their practice today after another positive. Koven 19 test away. Broncos insider Brandon Kristall says it could be in the past game could get moved to Tuesday. Or maybe even postponed Tuesday game certainly means the chief come down next week, and that will be a Monday afternoon affair, which will be the third time in four weeks of the cheese one plan Monday. And if the Broncos get a second bye week, and they play next Sunday against the Chiefs 24 days between Gates As of now, the Broncos are still set to face the Pats. Kickoff is 11 A.m. on Sunday at Gillette Stadium. Get up early with us. Our coverage kicks off at 7 A.m.. Dr Anthony Fauci says Americans shouldn't resist efforts like mass and temporary shutdowns, the nation's top infectious disease expert says, taking small steps now before winter. I'll make a full reopened possible sooner. We're going to start doing a lot of things Mohr indoors rather than outdoors, and that's when you have to be particularly careful. About the spread of a respiratory born disease, so it's still not too late to vigorously apply good public health measures. Red flag warnings are posted again today, the Cameron Peak fire, gusty winds and Larimer County expected to hit 40 to 45 miles an hour. In essence, the winds are expected to mimic what was experienced Wednesday that fire made a big run 1100 firefighters have been divided into three branches. Structure Protection group is working several areas, including Glen Haven, Red Feather Lakes and Crystal Lakes. Cameron Peak Fires now burned 167,000 acres. Well, get out your poker face. We're less than three weeks away from Election Day and Lady Gaga is encouraging her followers to get out and vote. Do you know.

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Protesters strive for discussion, meaningful change at 2020 March on Washington

The Big Outdoors

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Protesters strive for discussion, meaningful change at 2020 March on Washington

"Made in Washington, D. C. Friday. The march on Washington was the first plant was first planned after the killing of George Floyd on Memorial Day. But the crowds were also there for beyond a tailor and Jacob Blake and many others to mating change and calling for riel and meaningful solutions to deadly police shootings. One group even walked all the way from Milwaukee to be their amazing feeling. We in Washington be seen from Milwaukee to Washington, D C. They walked for 24 days, nearly 800 miles. The same clothes still on their backs has been interesting work. I mean, We've been called every name you can possibly think Tory low set out from Wisconsin before a police officer shot Jacob Blake telling me America is in a worse place than it was 57 years ago. We have to get to a point in America where we address the sickness of America, which is racism. Baby sees White House correspondent Rachel Scott. During the March. George Floyd's family urge civil rights protestors to quote be his legacy, his sister told the thousands on hand, They have to be the voice in the change. This year's rally is called Get your Knee off our necks, a reference to Floyd's police step back in May. His brother brother also also gave gave an an emotional emotional tribute tribute and and mentioned mentioned other other victims victims like like Jacob Jacob Blake, Blake, who who was was shot shot days days ago ago in in Wisconsin. Wisconsin. And And is is paralyzed paralyzed

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Metro Transit Releases Action Plan for West Seattle Bridge Closure

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Metro Transit Releases Action Plan for West Seattle Bridge Closure

"Get get in in and and out out of of west west Seattle Seattle while while the the high high level level bridge bridge is out of commission. The agency's first plan assumes the lower Spokane Street bridge will stay open. If recent issues with the lower bridge though, force it to close, Metro warns there second plan would be much more disruptive and would involve rerouting all downtown bound buses to West marginal and on to First Avenue South. Lifeguards returning to the

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"one plan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"one plan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The economy, it effects how one plans one future, she says. The question on a lot of Afghans minds is whether the Taliban is genuine and wanting peace. The group's increasingly seized control of key roads and introduced a sophisticated tax system around the country. Then there are basic economic concerns to worry about Afghanistan's roads are terrible. The country needs help securing its trade routes. It's not like the country hasn't seen any progress in the past two decades. But Jennifer says many Afghans are understandably skeptical of the American presence there and the Afghan people understand that The American presidential elections have affected what happens in Afghanistan and not just this President. President Obama in what many see as a wide miscalculation surge troops in But then said We're going to pull them out. Less than four years later before The election cycle. Some people say we fought a war for 18 years. Others say that we have fought the same year, 18 years in a row because you have Americans who come in and are only on the ground for a year or two years and are really focused on building their own careers are building their own. Reputation and they re invent the wheel rather than really understanding what's going on on the ground. Today. Jennifer's camped out in Florida She left Afghanistan when the pandemic hit to be closer to her aging parents, But she's anxious to get back to Kabul. She's worried about the people she left behind there. I do want to talk about one time in Afghanistan in the spring of 2018 during the eat holiday. There was a three day cease fire, and it was remarkable. Everybody stop fighting on both sides. It was a show of confidence that the Taliban could control all of their fighters. That has long been a concern. But in cobble it was it was nothing short of magical. It was this just this moment of A glimmer, shimmering glimmer of hope. And this is what life could be like and Taliban fighters came to the edge of town handed their guns to Afghan forces and came into town and in the centre of Kabul. They were asking for directions to famous ice cream parlors, and they had gone into a neighbor's house, and I went knocked on the gate and went in and had tea with them, and they had not been in Kabul in 16 17 years and you can imagine when the Taliban left in 2001 Kabul was 600,000 people, and now it's six million with high rises it was it was a shell of a city, and now it is a thriving metropolis. We know that they can lay down their arms. We know that they can stop. The question is what will make them stop. But for the time being, the peace process remains tenuous. And Jennifer says Afghanistan is still the great game, a country that world powers used to wage proxy wars against each other. The United States and Russia have been doing this on and off for 40 years and from a Russian perspective, allegations of a top secret military bounty program are arising at a pivotal geopolitical moment. Over the past few years, Russia has at least tried to present itself as an ascendant global power. It has been expanding its influence in Syria and Ukraine as well as Afghanistan. Domestically, a popular referendum passed in June that would allow Putin to remain in power until 2036. But Putin's government is also grappling with a raging pandemic and an economic crisis. World affairs is Marco Skandalakis recently discussed Russia's delicate political situation with Steven Piper..

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Plucky Watson, Serena's Escape

The Tennis Podcast

06:39 min | 2 years ago

Plucky Watson, Serena's Escape

"And welcome one last time this fortnight to the tennis podcast and Wimbledon relived on. What would have been men's Finals Day of the twenty twenty championships have finally. The Sun is out. It's been a frankly miserable. What would have been Wimbledon fortnight, which is made the the pain of? Missing out on Wimbledon slightly easier to bare certainly for me personally, but it's A. It's a lovely summer's day today. And it would be a nice day to be enjoying. The men's final especially is the The flying ants have the memo that Wimbledon didn't happen. they are out in force which is. A Wimbledon tradition. Hadn't done well, that's. Today's the first I've I've probably missed it and I think maybe the weather is part of that. And we've we've just watched a match with an amazing atmosphere which I think probably also stirs that feeling a little bit, and probably because it's the last day of what would have been Wimbledon and us is the last day of Wimbledon relived for now. What a pointed addendum to that sentence David. Wouldn't next one planned for us. When should we brace also? Developing! Certain Olympic week looming on the horizon A. I feel like I. DO actually need a week off now. I feel like doing relieved of all of the sports. The Olympics will be doing archery relived. Staging two thousand eight. She's just ain't doing on this fate going. Stop the Autry podcast. Doing the end is near. You can have asleep seen. Yes well I'm going to hold David to even I want a week off now that is that is is not my writing, but if it said. We need to on that. You know it doesn't apply to middle of the night. What's absolute? There's a moratorium on on that. today, folks. We take you to the year. Twenty, fifteen. And a third round match between eventual champion Serena Williams, and then British number one had the watson a much which ended up defining that Wimbledon Fits Serena in in some ways defining the extraordinary and dramatic year that she had on tour in twenty, fifteen and much that kind of. Defines Wimbledon in some ways we'll certainly encapsulates Wimbledon the the sun, setting over just resplendent center court with. British ten tennis fans out in force getting behind a plucky Brit that half in the mid never heard of that morning. It's. It's Wimbledon all over. Isn't it? And I think I don't WanNa. Put words in your mouth David. That's probably what made you miss it because what we've just watched so sums up so many of the things that we love about tennis I would say that's true. I also think it's it really does encapsulate the the Wimbledon that I knew as a kid, and as a teenager before Tim Henman came along when British though there was a big gap where? I had not known British contenders for the title. In on the women's side in before my time to be non-journalist Virginia, Wade and Sue Barker, won the French Open, but would never really perform to that level at Wimbledon. So, Strapped my formative years following the sport, Jeremy Bates had a good run in ninety two got to the second week had match points didn't manage to tighten them against gay full Jay. And there were a lot of those sort of moments. There are a lot of single standout moments of a player. Would make them. National News as back page. front-page news even plays like Andrew Castle. You got to eighty in the world that had a match against mats. Wilander that back then was hyping him to to a level. The even he didn't think was was appropriate. Time member in in the Post match press conference that that he did he. He guys this great line. After losing the final against Philander, he was two. It's one up for landing world number, one, nine, thousand, nine, hundred sixty, says he said. Let's just take it easy here I. Mean I lost and. That's that says a lot. Ready I think you know he. He was realistic enough to know and I remember Chris Bailey in nineteen ninety-three. Playing Goran Ivanisevic and the whole nation just stopped, it was nine seven in the fifth set twenty tonight night, the whole nation, stopping for about four hours just to watch this moments, and and he became a national celebrity in a single day. People had I mean it's way more than what Heather Watson inexperienced here in terms of going from somebody nobody had ever heard of Watson was on the map to some degree. This took it to another level question, but Bailey was an complete unknown and then suddenly. I remembering, going on BBC grandstand the next day with death Lynam the presenter who? Asking about his life and said, what did you go friend thinkable list and he said. I'm. GonNa go. I haven't got a girlfriend. And then suddenly the BBC was just inundated with letters from people offering their services his girlfriend. Services! Okay maybe that wasn't quite. Home. He told me he told me because he covered the Australian. Open with us for BBC radio for number years, and he told me that that night he went into Wimbledon village walked into a restaurant with a friend of his and the entire. Pub and restaurant just stopped what it was doing and turned around and just stead at him. and. He'd never experienced anything like like not at all until. Four ask before he'd never been heard of by so many people.

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How to Turn a Vision into a Plan For Ultimate Victory

Jocko Podcast

05:23 min | 2 years ago

How to Turn a Vision into a Plan For Ultimate Victory

"So lots of dynamic things happening in the world right now. And when there are lots of dynamic things happening. Leaders have to make things happen. Leaders have to assess have to. Have to plan. and. Since, all of us are going through these dynamics scenarios I wanted to. I wanted to touch on something today. It's called troop leading procedures. And the version that I'm going to cover is from an army techniques publication. Or Field Manual Three Tack Twenty one point one. Which is which is the name of that is infantry rifle company, and it's a giant manual, five hundred or something pages. which were not going to go through all that because there's an appendix in it. In Appendix B is Planning and preparing. And it's. Look. It's interesting. I've planned a lot of things in my life, and I've been in charge of a lot of planning in my life I've been very lucky from that perspective and I was planning things before I knew any of this stuff, and I learned a lot of lessons along the way from from that. And, then as I started to reflect back, and once I started kind of officially. Learning about how to plan I would look back and see how things made sense and see some things that I would overlook some things that I didn't overlook some things that the doctor the documents overlook. So. Thinking about this and this is actually based on this massive. Process in the army. or in the military called the military decision making process, which is this absolutely granular way to go through every possible? Element of decision of a big decision of how you're GonNa plan something so that. Is Meant for higher. Higher elements above the company right so that's meant for Battalion Brigade, division, you know when you have a whole staff of people that their job is to do these type of long decision making processes, so this right here is at the company level. You know a hundred guys, one hundred fifty guys. Three platoons worth a guys. That's what this is aimed at. And there's definitely some things in here to pay attention to. So that we can, we can see if we're missing things. If there's things we can add see of some things we can. We can take away from this. That will help us lead and plan and make better decisions. And I'm not going to even go into massive death. Even this subsection. Even this appendix has a lot of really granular information. and. That's one thing you know. The army does doctrine very well and the goat they get. They get into it, and they will get granular. You will not miss anything if you follow their doctrine. But a lot of it is very specific to the military, but it's even worth looking at it. Yeah, you can get this on the interwebs just as a pdf or whatever this whole document. You can check this out and he'll give some indication of the level of granularity that they're planning to. But we're not going to dive in all that I'm going to try and keep it to the elements in here that are for the most part universally applicable in in anyone. That's planning so here. We go planning preparation Appendix D from FM Three, tack twenty. One point one planning is a process by which the company commander translates visualization into a specific course of action for preparation and execution focusing on expected results. It's interesting to even think of the fact that what you're doing a leaders. You're taking this vision, and you're turning it into an execute -able plan so just that right there can help people and I'll tell you how. If. You don't have a vision. You're not gonNA come up with a plan. So the whole process is taking your visualization, your vision and turning it into an actionable course of action things that you can actually do just think about that from your daily life perspective right if you don't have a vision of what your day is going to be like, the day is not going to have a plan behind it. You'RE NOT GONNA. Have of course of action for that day. So out of the gate where already learning sentence one word game? Planning helps create helps the commander create and communicate a common vision shared understanding between subordinate leaders and unified action partners. Boy that's a weird way of saying team Writing Unified Action Partners actually has gonna I was saying that in kind of an insulting way, but then I kinda got into. Kind of transitioned they're in the process of saying it. This guy is not my mate. He's my unified actions partner. She where we're coming from. That's an the army will add some. They'll make up some some things like that. Team isn't good enough. We're going unified after squeezed cliche. We're not talking about the team. Is just you know you're playing games? Talking Unified Action Partners Planning results in order that synchronizes the action of forces in time space and purpose to achieve objectives and accomplish the missions.

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"one plan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

"one plan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"one plan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"one plan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"For ten to nine one plan are today this is pastor Dave Rossetti Carville Bible Presbyterian church for the moment of truth within the last two decades critical theorists have won many converts by preaching or destructive beliefs in almost every area of society including academics politics athletics entertainment religion critical theorists have talked to false gospels depending on the group to which I say a person belongs salvation for person an oppressed minority group entails an awareness of their innocent victimhood status and a relentless push to overthrow the hegemonic power in order to attain social justice the gospel for person in a pressure group includes a perpetual feeling of guilt for the group's collective sins and a life of penance involving and was apologies reparations and affirmative actions as well as the mortification of all purported micro aggressions of sexism racism ageism able with some cisgender ism colonialism misogyny patriarchy and toxic masculinity I thank my brother at the American council of Christian churches for bringing this to our attention this is pastor gave us this ventilation on the truth one now that Julian Castro has a drop out of the race we still have only fourteen are in the hunt for the democratic process of to visit the slightly less crowded democratic long Kerr see which clone hops out and regales us with whatever bizarre statement they have to make that a policy of close to a stop in the middle the suffering and seven on the left side of a clown car or yeah it's ex mayor Pete similarly the mental process they were wise enough to realize that they didn't have all the answers and that's something to change a good example of this is something like slavery for civil rights for it it's an embarrassing thing to admit but the people who wrote the constitution did not understand the slavery was that they did not respect civil rights and yet they created a framework so that as the generations can understand it that was important to write that a constitution to insure true equal protection for all where this guy took here through us to argue that the founders didn't understand that slavery was a bad thing it is history one no one in the first year in high school you find out the founders were really divided on this issue yeah but not for but a judge in the history revisionists we are all better now than we were then no we have learned from their mistakes amazing just amazing following Killian Jackson bill is.

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