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"osen" Discussed on Ouve Isso
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"osen" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"I'm not gonna lie. You know as much as the show. Of course you could imagine you know as you said. Some people love to ride on the coattails of someone else's success. Oh let's just mess with her 'cause she's got audience right out and you know again if you talk. Fundamentalism fundamentalism is gonna. Come back and hit you. That's life and i knew that that was going to happen and they chose to do it anyway. Because i think it's the right thing to the walk. You're you're opening a big can of worms. Because there i have the the space and the time to tell the whole story. I've got photos osen photos of got notes from heist flag. I mean it's everything. And i made a decision when while actually that's not actually true. I'll tell you the truth. The truth is that. When i wrote it i wasn't thinking that i was gonna read it right. You it for yourself cathartic experience. Yeah getting it out putting it on a piece of paper. And then. When i handed in i was like oh just feel. I've literally baird my soul. And i left nothing out- nothing i mean. I told the whole story. The words the pimples. And all and you know of course it was seven hundred and forty pages to obviously it has been trimmed significantly like a nice five hundred something but it's it is very frightening to me because i know when people read that book. I'm going to walk on the street in random strangers are gonna know the most intimate of my thoughts of my life and of course that's scary. The insanely frightening. I literally sometimes. I just can't even sleep at night. I'm sorry about it. But i'm still.
"osen" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Like that's crazy That's like that's very very impressive. Bending that received from roku obviously he's the avatar. Obviously do a lot of google stuff. But i did like the absolute sheer force that he had here. It just like remind like yeah. Roku very powerful. Yeah the bending. Here's amazing but also he has a gangster s threat here to tells he tells osen even a single step out of line will result in your permanent end as it just gives you chills up like he's really going there real willing to take the sky we also in that shot we get a really close up of his face to where you can see like his like facial muscles. I mean it's animated ones. Obviously move around as he saying. That was quite cool then after that we hear that apparently brokaw just like did his own hang for a quarter of a century. Twenty five years gelling on an island roku island aniston. Yeah goals through. I mean they're not like other stuff for him to do. I mean i'm sure he was like keeping balance and doing avatar. There is a lot of. We hear a bit about it in the kyoshi novels just kind of the day to day week to week. Avatars stuff like solving quar roles or talking to diplomats or so like yeah he was probably doing something but probably also like laying low and cause susan. Yeah ab- i guess those in didn't step out of line and all that time so like there weren't any like big global conflicts. Probably so he was like doing minor stuff. I'm assuming this mice. Yeah i think you're right lord it's probably right. I think it's more funny. Interesting is like sat there for twenty so much better pursuing. You're right exactly anyway then. So they're sleeping roku like very old like you can tell him very old person now and then we see this loud noise And as we see essentially like i don't know catapulted like fireballs falling from the sky and we realize like it's actually. The volcano is just like a erupting massively tons of smoke and ash. Everyone starting to get out a roku leading people away. Yeah we start to see him. Go away Lead people out. Yeah i thought this is like a little bit weird To like have happened. I don't know like i get that. Like there has to be some sort of a conflict between roku and susan. I just feel like having a volcano like didn't make a ton of sense. 'cause it's not like Landed i hear that. But so soon as we'll see when we get there like he he really had the option to save him. You know like and it does kind of make it nice. That at least susan didn't like deliberately plan a murder a roku but he let it happen and like i don't know i'm just an avatar. Can't like take down. A volcano like volcanoes that powerful that avatar. Stop it because like we've seen kyoshi like separate continents like avatars. Kyoshi stop volcanoes else. I don't know maybe maybe even an had the whole village to help him like that's the only way that he wouldn't have been able to do it by himself. He had the whole village. True also bevo qena was way more tame this volcano as is like going crazy. I think that they're actually. They're away and like he's like he's island is the volcano so it's like really like big level of volcano So it does seem like quite hard. He does a lot of really impressive stuff. Those ads roku trying to stop this..
"osen" Discussed on Was jetzt?
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"osen" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"Wrong Kind of situation I think first of all restraints and it's in how it's used in among kind of realize a focused restraint vision is very salutory so we aren't disagreeing on certain behaviors. That envy self-destruct. I think where the difference pumps is over this as you suggest this kind of extended american presence kind of the the deep gauge moment. I think is way a bill. All fourth and even brooks. I have used used to drawing on a guy and others the sense that this is a kind of the liberal. International order is more than just a a kind of mix of of a discrete institutions and agreements but his is a kind of political formation that has economic security call infrastructure to and so. I've always been very much of the view that the alliance system is a positive feature of or liberal order even with all the risks and and and and problems that can generate because it because it's a form oath of binding states together in ongoing efforts to manage our common spades. That that this goes back to my argument in after victory and remember that that book the subtitle that book is is institutions strategic restraint and the rebuilding of of order after major wars restraints is very important strategic restraint. I felt at that time now. Twenty years ago that there was there is more to say about what what what is restraint. How do you generate. Why is it important and dominant state does have a strategic interest. I argue a exercising restraint. And it can do so through building institutions that inhabits with other country and so this is where i guess there is a kind of my good friend burying osen writes about the about liberal hegemony as kind of a a kind of overturning a kind of logic restrained. I've always thought and we had an exchange years ago. The journal american american interest that the us system of agreements in alliances and all the other collateral agreements are a form of restraint in. I in yourself down. You're making agreements new work with other countries. If the us had been more committed to nato kind of common security with europe in two thousand.
"osen" Discussed on The Best Advice Show
"Is an angry ingredient that sort of develops as you cook so just because you do assaulted. And then you stirred couple times and then you tasted. It doesn't mean salt has done. Its job in needs a little time. So yeah because if you're salting on yesterday slowly and then you through a sprinkle of salt. He's right then in tasted like four minutes later. It will leak assault moe sort of in the beginning will just. He's like salt. But give it a even just a few more minutes to bloom and it's going to enhance the natural flavors of being gradients and it's gonna stop seizing it's gonna cease to save taste only absorb so you need to get your food and salt that time to blend tamar so that's why like throw two tablespoons full of salt after all the stock it's non and been like you know. Eat it right away. It's not really the best way to go. What's a better way to teach ourselves. How to kind of intuitively work with salt as we're preparing meals. One of the seasoning related. Advice that i got that i found very helpful when i was novice cook was to salt the food as if you're self near steak so if you're like he got a beautiful juicy steak at a restaurant and then it just needed a touch of salt he just grab a little pinch of salt in their distinct will sprinkle sprinkle and then you sort of like move your first three fingers thumb middle finger now indexing finger like against each other's sprinkles even the I would recommend that when you're cooking you use that level of gentle -sulting and then do it multiple times throughout the process. So if i were to make the soup then i would slowly sauteed onions. And then when onion goes in little pinch assault and then i may add some garlic leaders of garlic. Osen little pinch of salt. And if i want a spicy soup then i would throw in some chili flakes then choice close in a pinch of salt so every time you added an alien nah just little bit of salt and then that way. You're slowly building the favor it's buying you more time to taste for the seasoning level and and And sort of gays. How salty you want this thing so often. I'm just dumping salton at the end. Not considering that it's gonna completely change the way it turns out if i'm adding little by little as.
"osen" Discussed on She Podcasts
"Yay claire will be there and some other things too so go ahead and rsvp also so we can count you. You know as far as like what to tell the hotel. So she podcast. Dot com slash shindig shindig as our she podcast. Dick so shindig is s. h. i. n. g. Can you dig it. I'm really excited about that. We just had a team meeting this morning to talk about what our mission was for the conference like every day's mission what we're trying to accomplish there like it's funny because i. This is the first time. I've actually paid for other people to attend besides myself. And they're very serious of course right but i'm not because it's podcast movement right. It's not my event and for us l. I mean i know for you. You're like i have to be at the booth all day and talk to people until my tongue falls out. But i've never liked that when i go to cast man. I'm meet with who i want. I have lunch with friends. I dine out at lovely restaurants like and they're like okay. Exactly what we need to accomplish on wednesay now like well like i feel like i've done make something up to because i want the producer to see the set the av the videography how it's all set up. What's what do we need. what don't we need. what haven't we thought it. What's too much what's too little. And then there's going to be a lot of times where i'm just standing there and could want to introduce jack to people that we know. Like criss cross osen. You know dave jackson and other guys were there and all of our speakers that are going to be there. I want them to me. You know everyone who she podcast of course but as far as like making a specific agenda. That's i'm challenged by it. So i went through the schedule and started to see. Okay like who would i want to meet. I wrote those down. And then which sessions have our speakers in them. And i wrote those down and that has been getting up at eight in the morning. Well that can't happen so i will i will. I don't wanna make it sound. Like i don't wanna work. Of course i do. But i've not thought of it in terms of boss employee relations ever. It's only been wa. I love that. I on my own. I'm so i cannot even tell you that. That would probably be like. That's the kind of meeting. I would've loved to have done. There's nothing that makes me happier than having to be somewhere and do stuff. That is part of my jong agenda. My agenda yes. I love having an agenda. That's why i thrive. When i go i have to be. We've.
The Art of Neighboring
"This series is called next door the art of neighboring appropriately. We're kicking it off on the feast of pentecost which celebrates the coming of the holy spirit to the church. The county christians have term for the holy spirit called the spirit. The wild use the name points to the mysterious nature the holy spirit. You never know what the spirit will lead you. There's an air of danger discomfort and unpredictability when you follow the holy spirit. Holy spirit will lead us to places. We would not naturally go on our own. Ironically the adventure we're at this series is right in our own backyard. The premise of the series is that god wants you to be a source of goodness increase in your neighborhood. If you're a follower of jesus christ the holy spirit singing you to be an inch of his grace to the people that live near you. You do not live where you live by accident. But for reasons of providence reasons known to guide with god. There are no accidents now. You may have chosen your home because you thought it was a good investment or a great location match. Osen your house because lead the kitchen. You probably didn't buy your home because you're thinking about holly a blessing to your neighbors. You're probably hoping that they're not that crazy. But the truth is god. Had other reasons for pinning you there. God seizes an opportunity to bring his light and love to the people in that community. The christian faith is always a fake the displaced in creation in history and time the christian faith is meant to get very very specific and particular the whole story. The bible was filled with very tangible places. Where god advice others to build a kingdom and make known his love when god appears to moses. He promises israel specific homeland promised. Land that eventually a series of neighborhoods david. Crowning
"osen" Discussed on Identity at the Center
"You know we gotta go do a little bit more intelligence gathering and you know determining kind of what attacks could we throw at this thing than we were staying in. The on prem would imagine that open source intelligence or oh since i think it's typically called right is something that is of great value when you're trying to approach something where you don't have really a good knowledge of how something works It sounds like that's that's the way i'm thinking. Yeah yeah no is exactly right Osen one of. I think the most interesting parts of pen testing to learning what is out there publicly available We also have Access to a dark web provider and so part of reconnaissance that we're doing you know in line with oshima's were searching dark web for information. What kind of credentials compromise credentials out there that we might be able to leverage problems. Ever gonna go away with people reusing passwords. But when you have that. This is why it's so important to not reuse passwords is. Because you know it's it's possible that that username password combination has already been compromised is available on the dark web and then we can simply lift sat out of there and use the same information to gain access to the corporate network s seen a lot of products recently tout their ability to have access to compromise passwords right. In as part of the products they can either flagged user or prompted the change of password or whatever may be which to be irritating for the end user. I'm sorry your email address and password apparently already out for sale and it's probably dirt cheap. That's right. I have to imagine that the entire pen testing community has some level of competition around it. How competitive is it. Maybe even internally but compared with other organizations where you is there a a cool factor for being able to break something or to discover something How is your team approach. That totally so..
"osen" Discussed on Owning Up
"Event or participating in other activities you guys support entrepreneurs from every stage. From all the way to lake zillion dollar companies and you guys are everywhere like you're truly everywhere talked with a little bit about the resources that you guys have what you offer and what are south is can find if they go to entrepreneur. Google entrepreneurship number. So it's really a forming a large network so if you're really looking at connecting with other countries or other communities within your country or a great resource for that by signing Stay in that loop. We have lots of events year round your towards ecosystem. Builders or entrepreneurs called the entrepreneurship world cup at takes place every year. We just wrapped it up for twenty twenty but will be going to twenty twenty one. We had over two hundred countries involved this year and one hundred. Seventy five thousand entrepreneurs apply to participate large prize. Money is involved with a really great way to showcase your company on on the national scale. There's national competitions and then move up to the global level as well and so everything from idea. Stage up to growth stage is welcome to apply no sector limits really. There's no reason not to apply activities like that year round available. You guys are like the hub of all the things right. so we're the hub for like the military fouled things we try to find the great things to bring in. But you guys are like the hub for all partners to help us reach different groups of people that we weren't trying to reach different chambers and military entrepreneurs women entrepreneurs for example and really bring all of those people together that we can reach everyone who's participating in our community all those actors were so grateful for you guys in for or and for the work that you do and the advocacy and the data reporting and legislative action and the grants. And i mean if we need anything like year. I'm always like global entrepreneurship network. Has it. And i just go. And i look on your website. You're you're the hub for everything and we're so grateful for you as a partner and for what you do for our community. And i supporting a. We're extremely grateful and again that our birthday falls on global entrepreneurship reaches is meant to be like that every single year. It's gonna be close every single year for four nineteenth is in there somewhere. Amc celebrates launch. Moorish might it was. We didn't even know that last year bank. No but and i was just want to say like. I think that what you guys are doing phenomenal. And it's ideal to ally and partner with you guys in support you guys because our goal one of our goals here empty is to get the solid out of the bubble. We want them to know. There's so much more out there. And there's so many more resources organizations and partners and programs that can help them build their business or get a mentor or attend any bigger than just our space. Our space is beautiful now. What i'm saying. But we have to bubble out at some point and reach out to resources like louisville entrepreneurship network or the nasdaq entrepreneurship center. Those are important places to be planted as an entrepreneur owner. Sorry my business. But that's why it's important for us to tell our spouses what you guys are doing. Because it's great to have mentors in are staying but then going out of the race it almost an eye opening experience has been like for me building amta in the last year where i'm like. Oh my gosh organization. Does this could help ourselves. Why did nobody talked about this before. And why aren't we sharing this. And so that's why what you're doing is so invaluable. And so we're proud to connect with you guys support you guys. You see the heads explode. Where thousand cisco. Just have the netflix shaw or. I'm just a there. I just have this. We opened the doors. They're like oh and like their brains go. Were like could do all these things. And it's because of great partners like you that open those doors to the world of what could be and it's no longer of will. I'm just doing this little thing as well now. Maybe i could do this. Really unique say and it's because the opportunities that people like you and and your programs and partner programs in community programmes outside our bubble providing and then they see themselves on the nasdaq cower at a global pitch competition that the world cut of entrepreneurs. And it's like i get beat. Their make even win it. Yeah and that's what. We're really looking forward to celebrating global entrepreneurship week and and really a celebration of the entrepreneurs across the globe. There really a hard time for entrepreneurs this year by a resilient and they're the brave ones who are taking on new businesses and creating new jobs in new firms so it's a good time to celebrate them and military fastest resilient we are wrong and we can curve and were with the best of and when people ask us we say if there is anybody built for entrepreneurship its military spouses. We got this grateful for you. Is there anything else that are members should know about you. Guys are any last words about the program they need to go sign up or at gw usa dot co. there's a button that says final in. There is a map on there with a list of all the activities registered to take place across the united states. They can filter by city or state to see what's happening near you or any state you're interested in participating in so really just encourage you to be interactive and participate with whatever fits into your schedule during gw on my gosh. Well thank you so much for being here ellen and your support and we look forward to. This beautiful partnership. Thanks for having me so much. Oh my gosh. I am excited. I think it's so funny when you said like there's this Birthday on mike. I it's serendipity things like it's just it was meant to be. We have three huge announcements on labor day. So we have three big things that we're going to announce to tell you of what's yet to come at him feet. We've already had a big year and we're just getting started. He just make sure that you guys connect with allen and nicola and just reach out to them and participate in what they have going on earth of our. Let's just call it lake. Just make the whole week about your business and you and attend all these events. Connect with all these people you should be doing. His part of investing in your business is not selfish. it's not it's just. It's really good to be around other people doing nothing so make sure you take time to connect and join the movement joined the week. Join at a birthday bash. We want to shine a light on you guys. So if you're already team member please register. It's absolutely free. have giveaway and we just. it's kind of. It's our birthday but we want to thank you so make sure you con. We're so grateful for our partners. They have helped make everything happened. Our community partners corporate partners they have really poured their heart into our community and our purpose and our vision and we are excited to make it all. Continue to come to life so you do not wanna miss the nineteen. They're here to celebrate you. They're coming to the table because of you. They're here to celebrate you. They're here to celebrate our military communities that they want to celebrate the work that you're doing they wanna celebrate your business but they can't do that if they can't find you so you need to show up union to sign up. You need to participate for their program you need to say i'm an mc member. I'm a military spouse. I'm a veteran. i'm doing these things. Because they're looking for you to highlight news partner that masterclasses. They wanted feature you on their marketing campaigns. They wanna feature you on their blogs. They wanna feature you on their tower they wanna feature you at. They're they're looking for you but they can't do that if you're not showing up sign up participate show up. Do things take advantage. They're coming here for you. They're coming in looking for you. 'cause they wanna support you so take advantage and they're going to be at our birthday bash to hang out network at the tables and say hi so many things. Well we are excited. Thank you guys so much for being a part of our community.
"osen" Discussed on Owning Up
"Can hop on over dry side. The center dot nasdaq dot org to all in fell and to become a little lake bear. That said sign me up. I'm a business. I need help. Remember this offering but hopefully you'll also not only be able to sign up to get some help. Maybe even actually give some help in the offering to so it a two way street right paying it forward for all along side of that you can tag a mentor. We have as you guys know. Being the nasdaq family. A little thing called the nasdaq our in times square. We're actually showcasing out the importance of mentors in our lives. People that have paid it. Lauren and really big and bold away and you can tag your mentor and have a chance to be featured up on that tower on national entrepreneur. Day that's coming on november nineteenth and speaking of that we have our next major event where you'll be saying i'm sure another amsi video go live on the dour. Get at well as a really cool opportunity to hear from entrepreneur magazine editor in chief on at some really hope people on national day so stay tuned huntley will be able to share that link. Maybe you'll share it with your community and we'll see a ton of amazing mc family in firm supporters on that veto deputy birthday on it. It's just it was all meant to happen. And there was the line lavine. Well guys. I cannot think enough year support all the work that you do out there in your community feels still appreciated by but also now that all of us that are committed to changing and building a more controversial because we need you said keep on being both an amazing out there and we can't wait to do more important things with you coming down ideal and thank you for all the work that you do and thank you We look forward to working together and having a huge many many birthdays together for many years. Pop up work that you do as issued is hello listeners. We want to take a quick moment before we wrap up the show to thank our show sponsor. Usaa here's what usaa has to say about why they support amc at usaa. We understand that service comes with sacrifice in challenges. We are proud to support. Amc as we recognize. Entrepreneurship provides a pathway to address the very real issue of military spouse employment. We wish you and your family the very best on your journey and we hope this program plays a role in your success. Thanks for all you do at. Usaa we are made for military spouse entrepreneurs thanks again. Usaa for being our show sponsor and for believing in military spouse entrepreneurs now back to the rest of the show. Oh my gosh. They'll go sign up if you haven't signed up yet if you haven't made your posts yet tag of mentor hashtag adleman for be featured sign up for the nasdaq entrepreneurial center. Make sure you're getting their email. Signing up for their masterclasses their resources are phenomenal partner. Phenomenal nominal program. The worst super excited and so i. I'm just i'm i'm bit. I can't wait. we're saying a minute ago. Like the stars of chillier. My birthday d. I signed it. It's not even the day yet. But i'm like very excited as raise south of taking of our birthday. It's also a huge event this month so we also have another incredible partner. That does something for entrepreneurs all over the world. All over the world global entrepreneurship. That work. i mean you can't get bigger than that right. Global entrepreneurship network. That we have allan bateman coming on here in one of the we have ellen who is a partner for global entrepreneurship network. And she's going to talk about the tens of thousands of events that are going to happen this month. On behalf of global entrepreneurship network and global entrepreneurship week including our emcee. Birthday bash. Which is going to celebrate. Entrepreneurship specifically military spouse entrepreneurs everywhere. So welcome alan and tell us all about at barak global entrepreneurship networks. Look thank you for having me am so excited to be here actually. Didn't know what was your birthday this month during live entrepreneurship week film. So glad celebrate with you but the global entrepreneurship network around since two thousand eight so little bit older and we operate a platform of projects and programs and one hundred and eighty countries aimed at making it easier for anyone anywhere to start scale abyss theft so we seek to provide ecosystem support and connections on a national and global scale and shine a spotlight on the work being done in the resources available to entrepreneurs everywhere but we do run global entrepreneurship week every november usually about the week before thanksgiving for those western united states. I'm will usually help. Forty thousand activities in about ten million participants Across the globe just celebrating entrepreneurship and making connections and finding resources that can help them at any stage of their entrepreneurial journey so it could be that person who's considering turning a side hustle into a business or someone who's a little bit further along and raising themed money and really looking for investors. So we're really trying to target those entrepreneurs at any stage in in my role in the united states. I'm seeking to activate ecosystems across the united states and find those communities where we can really elevate the work that's being done And encourage them to connect with other communities whether be global or national inform really great ecosystem connections so of course. Your event is coming up during global entrepreneurship week. Which is the sixteen th through the twenty second. We have a huge lifting of activities on our website that anyone can engage in. They're almost all free to participate in. Of course most things are virtual this year we're really encouraging people to attend as as possible. in any city or country that they're interested in engaging in if there's fun topics on they one who participate in. This is a great chance for them to do that. And also a lot of our as they can create their own event right and they can go on and they they have their own community. We have thousands that run their own program or coaches or their part of their own networks. And we have houses that are veterans themselves not just houses so if they wanted to create their own event. there's directions on global entrepreneurship. That work on how to create your own vocal event. Exactly so if you have any type of entrepreneurship based activity that you planning. That's already on your calendar. We really encourage you to go ahead. Registration it's free to do so. And so we really just want to build that calendar in china spotlight really on that those activities that you're running in hosting for your community of super simple to do that at gw usa dot co stations. Are all there but free to do that. We really encourage you to participate. Whether you're hosting an.
"osen" Discussed on Owning Up
"Our hope is that every week we empower you and give you the encouragement. You need to be the best military spouse entrepreneur. You can be one of the things that we really value. That's one of our core core values here at mc is collaboration and partnerships and advocacy and. We're really excited to have these special guest today because it's an honor to even be partnered with them and support your mission and to have their support. It means the world to Talkers like we're baby. We're just learning how to walk and to be able to have mentorships and organizations who are embracing us just really helping us build this business and help other spouses build their businesses. It means the world to us. We're we are going to start with nasdaq. Nicole is the director of meetings events and we are just so excited. We omit nicole literally. Two weeks ago via email ryan's just so i'm just tickled and i'm so excited to just be connected era and just learn more about what you guys are doing over a nasdaq and find out more about the mentor makers movement and at how we can support and tell us more about what you guys do. Men tastic Off happy anniversary guys year. That is a major celebration moment. Up and sets impressive stats really just incredibly impressed. So it's lovely to be here today. Thanks for having me. I'm the founding. Executive director of the nasdaq entrepreneurial center. We are still baby ourselves. We like to consider that a little bit. Where only five years old were just about the enter into our sixth year coming out an our mission in the world is to really provide accessible equitable entrepreneurship for all we have been born out of. The nasdaq family through their very generous foundation are big opportunities to realize that entrepreneurship changes our communities. Our world for the better. Do you set the tom perfectly today. To say all the challenges facing right. Now the thing that's gonna pull us through. Any challenge is entrepreneurship and it doesn't matter the product. The solution is about the innovation. The ideas the creativity. I'm the fostering of potential but comes from the lives in the hearts of mirrors and until we are in the very fortunate environment a building out support for on his weapon. They may be in this world all of it. Free willy very much in a pay it forward approach to support so we offer we sources classes education mentorship culturing. Whatever nurse need in real time to help them the impossible to help them build out those dreams that made all of our snow much more than fitted in the world. And i love it. I get the emails now. Because i'm the nasdaq entrepreneurship owner and emails. Like every other day. That are like with your incredible master classes and your resources. And i highly encourage oliver outdoors. If you haven't signed up yet go sign up. The resources are insane. The the speakers are phenomenal the content. And what you guys are doing is just tremendously valuable to our community and our spouses are located all over the world. And at mc here we are just so grateful for your support and your partnership and for all you do for entrepreneurs and we're grateful to be in your circle and bring you to take us under your wing and to support our military spouses. I was just gonna say. I think it's mutually beneficial right so the amazing community. We have a veteran staff says that are obviously members of amsi reflect so much learning that are entrepreneurs get to be benefited from where really big believers that entrepreneurs have elected answers inside of themself. Sometimes it's just about that confidence locking potential from having conversations with one another and understanding. How people are tackling issues and challenges. A little bit differently. I'm sure you see that within your community day in and day out. It's like the a different business. You may be a different part of the world but how people come together and challenges can be really inspirational and really powerful. So how can we connect more moments of opportunity to learn from one another entrepreneurship. There's no one playbook that works for everyone all about trying to get really creative and understand the solutions that are inside of us by living from others and how. They tackled issues at different times in their lifestyle. I wanted to kind of talk a little bit about last week. Tell us about the movement makers Mentor makers movement and tell us what brought a aaron. How people can still get involved in it and what. The mission is alipay. He's done much end. Your video just been set a hit. I think favorite from everyone without doubt mentorship we believe is not only an opportunity but almost obligation that all of us should be leaning into business as right there has been so much about twenty twenty that none of us could control. But there's one thing that we can all control and that is how we lean into support our businesses do so much for all of us what we had made a huge commitment to is. I'm lucky one million mentor. Three meant for hours in support of fifty thousand businesses over the course of the next twelve months. And we wanna do this. Not just with amazing mentor artie. Biden like what mentorship can do. Reciprocity that lives with giving in learning at the same time. We locked all that intellectual capital that sitting on the sidelines right now from businesses or people who are sitting there going to help. Do i really have anything that can help these businesses who we want to suggest to you. You absolutely do that half hour. The trajectory of the business owner in isolation right. Now your wicked skills of ninja marketing. Upper cheap can actually help our businesses who are struggling to transition from fricken mortar to online environments war. Learn from others. Who have been doing that for a while. We know that this is an incredibly difficult time businesses for families for country on for our glow. Make the impossible. Stay true with entrepreneurship. Is people leading into say. How can i help. What's responsive need. You have right now. And can i be a part of helping you. Look creatively around how you address those issues john. I love what you said about isolation. Because i will say as a military spouse. We already feel isolated. Sometimes we're just moving in our husbands poyser spouse deploys ryan away. Isolation is a really big thing in our community and so that's why at mc we really preach community community and mentorship support reach out. It's okay to ask for help. It doesn't look weak it to ask for help because you don't know and i know i'm guilty of it like when i first started my business that imposter syndrome which. I didn't even know that being until i started doing more research on mental health wellness of entrepreneurship. And then i found the word imposter syndrome. In like what that meant and it was just for me. I was scared to reach out. Because i felt that it made me look like i wasn't good enough business owner. 'cause i didn't know the answers ecorse always like i need help. Service are not perfect. But i think that comes with time in having mentors and people like yourself saying it's okay to ask for help. It's okay to not know everything. It's okay to build people around you who are succeeding and those who are behind you coming to light in the middle and find out how you can do. Both i just really love this. I didn't even know about match worship or entrepreneurship or of this until probably about four years ago and it really has done wonders for me. So i wanna know how people can get involved curto and how to get involved with movement because we wanna make the billion hours happen seriously right so few specific ways that we need all of your community to get energized and excited about joining us in this movement..
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"Make sure I guess who worked for both candidates that there's no listening device. Implanted in the ears so they couldn't be prompted on responses. And then there was word that the Biden campaign one in a couple of breaks, so Joe could sit down somewhere and Every take oxygen every 30 minutes. Joe wanted a break trust. No, they deny that though. Of course they do. Story came out this morning because it's embarrassing fighting campaigns that we didn't ask for that yet. Of course they did. Look Oh, you're dealing with what was the last time Joe was standing up for 90 minutes and he's got to do Ah have to talking like when they had those debates where their 11 other people on stage. Now. Ah, I did not know. Chris Wallace has been married to the widow of comedian Dick Smothers since 1997 Lorraine Smothers. I didn't know that till today. The Smothers Brothers. What I always wonder with quote there. Allegedly Trump has done no debate. Debate Prep, right? Hey, doesn't read anyway and I look, you know, he likes to do these things like he does. His rallies, right? Hates to read off the teleprompter. Biting, on the other hand, supposedly has had some prep, although he probably wasn't energetic enough. Or do you think it was wonder when they tell you all this stuff when you're up there? Are you really just working off the top of your head? You tried. Remember Elise, don't be talking points and make sure you get this singer in there. I don't say Hillary, I think did that four years ago that thing with calling him Donald. Someone told her to do that, right? That would be great. Just keep calling him, Donald. He hates that. I don't think I don't think that works. I think over preparing actually is kind of productive because it saps your Your energy. Because you're always trying to think of what it is that you prepared. If you're a politician, and you're now running for president, you are president by this time You know who you are. You are you have a completely developed personality. You should know most issues off the top of your head. You don't have to get into the weeds of all kinds of crazy details. You never even do that as president. Anyway. Your staff does that stuff and then gives you choices and recommendations, so there's no need to do that We're supposed to project is a sense of confidence purpose direction. You know that that there's a particular philosophy on how you think the government auto be governed side? I don't I'm not remember. They did that to Reagan. They overloaded his brain in the first debate. When he ran in 1984 against Walter Mondale, and he looked like he was half dead. And then you just said I just go out and do what you do. I wouldn't over. Prepare for that much. Just this matter anyway. I mean so many people. With the polarization have made up their mind here. And I mean is that there's a small percentage of people it could go. Well, well, going back to that. That story I read from box about the only thing correct in it is that historically the debates don't move. The needle much much. No. And usually somebody might make a mistake. Or there might be a weird moment and the press just exaggerates its death and normal people at home either. Don't notice it or don't care. So much the press notices and makes a big stink of that The average person just stares and goes, Why It's a big deal. All right, we got board coming up. John and Kensho Ko Phi. Deborah Marquez. A plane has made an emergency landing in Riverside County. After possibly being clipped by another 18. People may have been on board the plane that was forced down this afternoon. The siege pieces. The plane ended up near the intersection of Avenue 59 in Polk Street in thermal. No word on injuries. A man from Los Angeles has been charged with trying to kill two officers at the PD's Harbor station in San Pedro. The Lake County Da's office says 29 Year old Jose Guzman entered the station Saturday night and got into an argument with an officer then left, But prosecutors say Guzman went back and began attacking the officer. Guzman is accused of grabbing the officer's gun and striking the officer with it several times. When Guzman went outside, there was a brief shootout with another officer. No one was hit. Guzman was caught after brief car chase. Guzman has also been charged with second degree robbery, evading and resisting arrest. Steve Gregory K. If I knew the news is brought to you by cunning dental governor Newsome has issued an emergency proclamation for counties hit hard by new wildfires in Northern California. Santa Rosa is burning for the third time in four years. Mike Osen Deck says evacuating his home over the weekend felt a little too easy, but it seems like it's becoming a pattern. I don't want to get have to get to adapted this evacuation stuff. The fire and wine country started Sunday. It's burned more than 42,000.
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"Words is that how happened was Killian. We're going to do an investigative report on Chiefs. His cheese. Really? What is supposed to be a and then we'll see. Okay, What are your ideas? Right? What makes some cheese is good, some cheeses that what's the best cheese for died? What's the best cheese you cook with? What's the safety issues with cheese people worried about and then should generate ideas. And then we have a dialogue and there was no could kill And you've got three minutes to deliver this content that I was gonna come to you from a celebrity. You know, Jennifer Anderson had a cheese allergy. Talk to her making that up. By the way, she conducted her for a few minutes and come over to you. You put a button, you know, teach everybody Osen, the celebrity guests what you know, but you see, you're going to be the expert on this, so she knows what to say, because she helped design it shaken Deliberateness Issing fashion. She knows the props and she gets it out of the park every day. And so in the trust and producers like everybody else, they're going to look for the easy road out. If there's a guest always delivers that shows up with ideas that passionately was important part that And then the basics like she answers the phone she shows up on time. You know, she doesn't trust comes the headaches for the simplest things so life can actually make a show every single day. You don't want to guess on who don't want to be on the show it you know, frequently because they end up slowing the process now. Thank you. I want you to know when she went on your show. The first time she sent me a text and she said this is my dream, Clint. I mean, I'm really living my dream. Really, That was such a beautiful tax, and it's not the only time I get a text like that. Thank you for making people's dreams come true, because that's what you do, and that's a beautiful thing. So and we're really impressed me was how much freaking work you put in promoting that show. I mean, when you got your own show you were already Dr us. You've been on Oprah. How many times before you got your own shop? You see 70 times, okay. And and I know that you were doing news promo is like one. Many promise for news stations right all across the country like to get them to promote the show on their local station, And then you were going on the dock. Not only were you shooting the Dr Oz show every single day, you were also going on Oprah every single week to promote the Dr Oz show. Tell us about your view of what it really takes to to feel like and really be ready. Like to feel like you've paid enough dues to get that talk about that we walk you through if I can see his idea way they when the captain and the Koreans hacked Allegedly hacked Sony. They got all the stuff that they had on me. So they guessed they'd attack. Maybe, but not the way that I would have thought. Yeah, they didn't like you. They hacked Sony. Exactly. But they still got these are things that I would share with friends and family. So I don't tell you the inner thoughts that I have about this whole process include what you said. How do you get prepared? So the first thing is, you gotta go deep in something. Figure out what everything the world expert in and become known as the person who gets that Also, I started my career is expert heart replacement. I did all the transplants then we can have a heart pumps on I was because I was doing these very end of life saving procedures. I got engaged also in the process of integrative medicine because these folks were in the hospital for months. Getting better, and they wanted access to massage and hypnosis and music therapy and the like. So these two areas on the tent poles of my career where the most high tech solution we had And the least techie solution, Right Most act bads. We stack those. And so I began to develop Get a following because I understood both poles of what he'll look like Each. Everyone of you have similar experiences. You're just the best that something may not know it. But you are. And then people began calling me and I said early around, answer the phone. I mean, the dumbest thing that I had to tell people's When someone calls you answer them, And that doesn't just mean literally answered the phone. It also means that you have to be available but also affable and you have to have the ability to deliver to them. You mentioned Kellyanne Patricia's example. You know, this isn't a game where they're going to take the easiest path. If you're around and you are likable or get along and you have the ability to delivery, you will be successful period. It's just those three things. The three ayes generally are not done by coalitions. Oftentimes they literally won't respond to calls in a timely fashion. You know, you cost six hours later. That's not time these producers work. I'm very quick time wants. So you gotta make sure they're still in your office knows when the press calls at least let me screen whether I call them back immediately or not. You should You're capable in the office. Take care. And then I got when I got on the today show. I got a voicemail at 70. Wait. Am I on the phone research 7:11 a.m. because they're not waiting for anybody there trying to fill a slot. Write about it. Clinton Exactly how busy you are. Listen, all of you were doing the right thing by being with Clinton in his conference, so wise, move you busy? I'm sure you have lots of other things. You could've done what you made time because you care. So carry that same philosophy through when people began picking you. I don't care how small it is. Every little thing you do, gives the bigger.
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"Like you're not have not made a bad step on this entire movie. That's what it sounds like sell. All right. Coming up next in E Z. What do you got music? I'm Nikki Manashe and Lindsay Lohan a recording contract. Apparently the devil is alive. Signed to a record deal. Sweep. Little. Screaming. And. Screaming. Thank you. With the pay. Let you speaking. Taking. With. Crazy. People. Someone. Osen ca post. Days. Cut. Did you? It is. Little. Dreaming. Crazy. Me. The. Michael. Crazy. People. The battle the box office is four key versus Chucky, everyone. I want you to meet four key ally. Toy Story four and this. Child's play. That's chucky. Both opened up the box this weekend to Toy Story. Four is expected to open with two hundred million waking at the highest opening weekend for an animated movie ever tickets Sunday. Yeah, I heard bring tissue. I heard the ending is just just a tear Jerker. Yeah. So just preparing, you hope it's just happy ears. I also to like, you know, like what he does. He get over it up in a microwave. A candle. Let's say mean kids spike, spike. It's a hold of and blows him up. So that's your box office Toy Story, four, Chelsea, and Anna. That's a supermodel turned assassin. I guess number one of those movies, TV this weekend on Sunday night. You the BT awards and that Nick will Linda guy walks across the tight rope in Times Square if you care about that, and then new music this weekend, from Lula's, ex Hollywood vampires, Mark Ronson, and that prints originals album, the hard copy is actually at this week came out digitally last week. So. All right. So puddy read something on the internet of God. It says did everyone just forget about the part of twenty sixteen. When clowns were literally chasing with night. Whatever happened to him. Things. Now that movie sequels coming out soon. So maybe. They'll come out with another round clowns knows. All right. Ready for you on the. Okay. Presents on this celebrity dirt. Music lesson music. We can also look forward to Lindsey Lowe head. Some new music. She just signed a record deal, and she is working on some new tunes, so her beach club failed or TV series failed. And I guess she's turning towards music to save gonna work tutor. She released two albums of few years ago, you don't remember, so I can't wait to hear. Maybe deal ahead. But we do have music from Mickey Moniz actually she released mega Tron last night. And here's a little bit of it. Custody. Tell me that. If only mammoth. Country. I like it. Not bad for summer. Yeah. Definitely unretire. Come in the next Izzy, though, we have even more new music, Shawn Mendez and comedic obey. Oh with a new song, they released Siniora's to scorcher shack. That's it gets coming up in three minutes. Find another like me. Elba, baby. I never pay for. Thomas. No. That. On a never leave. Chapels. The. The colors. Oh, you'll never find another like me. Nobody's gonna love like. What's the? About me. Just watch. You see, I will never follow you. We. To wear the. Never wanna see you go. The best. Two. Such fund another like me. Kevin. Buddies. Struck. But. From the Nova fund another like me..
"osen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"One at the following year. And both were multiple time Formula, one world champions Clark became a hero to Frankie while Stewart became a close friend and mentor. And they can really start with Jackie Jackie was the one who said, look you know, I had been Jackie invited me to, to commemorate twenty five years of gyms passing. And that really got me started in this whole obsession with Jim Clark Jackie was taken under gyms wing. Even when they were both racing Formula one in a bit before that. But Jim was Billy during Jackie was Foley and his week. And we were very fortunate weeping of the almanac, difficult myself young school at the time that Jackie chose to take us under his wing and just driving cars, but also teach us more about life in general, and to conduct civil all these things in two days ago, I was on the fluency Jackie. Some stuff he was doing. And it still is definitely still the teacher pupil relationship, and I'm really grateful for that. And I've been really lucky for that you can go by two thousand seven at the speedway. Remember that he will phoned in today to go in and explained initially I was having any about. And then he thought stealing and then thought, well, yeah, you did teach me that, you know, fifteen years ago or whatever it was. I don't want fifteen years ago that point. Five years ago if you and I hadn't done it, and when CLYDE, and the car a work, and that was the first of my win. So. And he's, he's spatial guy a great teacher after spending time in single seaters in Europe. Frankie caught the eye of Mercedes and wolves contract to drive in the German and international touring car championships for the manufacturer following two seasons of those series where she sent Frankie to America to make his debut in Indy cars in nineteen Ninety-seven. He landed with Carl Hogan's team and quickly showed he had the pace to compete with the top drivers in the series, winning the pole Rondo, injustice eleven start in this series. But Frank Keady couldn't back up the pace with results as a rookie and he knows Twitter existed in nineteen Ninety-seven. He might have been on the hot seat in today's instant gratification society. Possibly something. We talk about my role them racing rookies whether it was. Age or or much Chilton or no Felix Osen quick that thing, look, I've done it. I've been a rookie night. I crashed a lot too. I know you're going through. And how you can fix it. But it's a tough one because until the driver fix it for themselves until you felt themselves. It's very difficult to to for them to change tact and. The only way I need to get a lap time with Dr one hundred and five percent and the problem of doing that was. Quite a bit. But it was it was a it was a, a real to the baptism of fire. I was lucky that call was was was patient in opening year and then they'll pretend not to go to two team, green and really step up to two fun running team. And, and that was that was a big change. Well in nineteen ninety eight Frankie move to team green who had won the Indianapolis five hundred and Indy-Car championship just three years earlier with jock Vilna if the move paid media dividends with Frankie's first Indy-Car podium finish coming in their second race together at the Long Beach on pre and I win later that year at road America. I said had we find every way to lose a race. And you know, we we've I led races that year and go any polls have quite cliff you and. As I went home, and I didn't know how to win a race and I think to run to nine ninety leading by over ten seconds allowed to go and I went off because I was trying to destroy the field rather than just win the race. And when I won the first one. Okay. That's how you do it once knew that I wanted to comfort and the of understanding of how to win a race like that. And then then it wasn't nearly as difficult for the season. Franchini won three races and finished third in the championship. A new star was shining on the Indy-Car circuit, but there would be challenges to come. He was my best friend and. He was the driver in the ball, all the other drivers together. This is heroes of the five hundred the Dario Frankie story on ninety three w I b it's Jamie, progressive's number one number two employee. Leave a message at the hey Jamie. It's me, Jamie. This is your daily pep talk. I.
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"This is a mytalk dirt alert update, a quick look at what's happening in entertainment. On mytalk. Tell me something good posts that was accompanied by a picture of her and her mom comedian Kathy Griffin revealed that her mom has dementia. Kathy tweeted, the pick below taken in September was the last time. I was able to have a proper coherent conversation with her. She said her mind was so naturally quick funny and smart watching that slip away. So fast has been devastating Griffin author also revealed that at this point her mom only knows her name. And I love you and many people know her mom, of course, from the mailing on my life on the d Lewis, Kathy Griffin's. Bravo reality show. Her box wine drinking fell I would just like to say, I think it was nice to see people coming out of the woodwork other celebrities sort of, you know, thanking her for speaking out, or at least acknowledging the emotional nature of this particular story because she was kind of kind of she was very much blacklisted. Nice to see that people haven't completely. Yeah. Yeah. Like, if they're still compassion in the world, and the people are not complete. Yes. Yeah. Willing to completely writer off former American idol co host Brian Dunkel men is defending his job. As an Uber driver, saying the work. Let's be there for his son. So Dunkel men who co hosted the first season of idol back in two thousand two spoke out after a TMZ article reported details of his divorce in custody battle showing Don. Coleman citing Uber as his current source of employment dump them in tweeted, quote, I chose to stop doing stand up comedy and started driving an Uber. So I could be there for my son as much as he needed after our life as we knew it was destroyed being the divorce and the custody battle and Doug Monroe print that. Angrily? Stop shaming people for having jobs, right? Oh, how dare you you provide for your family? It's so frustrating. I mean this. This reminds me of the conversation we were having around, Geoffrey Owens Owens. Thank you who was Alvin on the kospi show who was working at trader Joe's and people were cruel about that. It's ridiculous. The man has a job. I will be cruel to trader Joe's employees, if they try to like have one of those like free flowing like in depth conversation. In ten minutes. Don't wanna have that conversation. Just want your nice day outside covered Joey Osen beyond your ring that bell. Yeah. But what if you get exact zero zero you get a celebration? Okay. Give me my damn food and also make the stores bigger because her two small people running into we talk about the. Is there anything else? I don't drive a Prius. I can't get a parking spot. And it's not like that just here in the twin cities. It's the trader Joe's everywhere you good now or do I do like they have these nuts that I really like. Oh, yeah. Those are great. And those peanut butter filled pretzel. Forget about that. Justin Timberlake, after taking some time off from his man of the woods who are in two thousand eighteen due to Bruce vocal chords. You said he's going to be back on the road. Don't you worry? He's driving. No tour is picking up Friday night, which would be tonight. Right. Well, Justin Timberlake. Welcome. Welcome back to tour. Thanks for showing up. Manna bag of peanut butter. Pretzels is better than going to Justin Timberlake concert. I'm to say, oh, no I'd go. I'd go with a beggar. We're going to go. Thanks for letting everyone know dirt alert updates at the top of every hour. Plus get extended dirt alerts at eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty. And now the Colleen and Bradley show on mytalk, everything entertainment. So in all of this conversation about Kevin Hart and the Oscars. We've completely lost sight of something very important. The Golden Globes are on Sunday night. Yeah. This is the Colleen and Bradley show. Mytalk one zero seven one streaming live at mytalk one zero seven one dot com. Everything entertainment Colleen Lindstrom. Bradley trainer. How're you doing over there? Good. I.
Getting a job in Switzerland as an American
"Today we're gonna be talking all about how you can find the job in Switzerland as a foreigner. Why are we talking about that today? You may well, ask yourself? Well, not only is it one of the biggest? If not the biggest question that you have before you move here, but or recommit ner if I'm pronouncing your name correctly and apologies if not posted it in our Facebook group, actually, it's good Switzerland for English speakers and Rica had a number of different questions that she based in there. And then we took all of her ideas, put them to pole and as lovely people in our Facebook group said that they wanted to know most about how you can find a job in Switzerland as a foreigner. Yeah, and it's really cool at this Facebook group starts to develop with loads of our listeners and super exciting because you also for example, the other day where all these people are coming from so exciting to read where all these people are coming from. Let's let's have a look at a few now. Yeah, that'd be great. For example, Steph time she comes from Geneva and is now in the Midland. So Swiss sent. That's cool to Maitland and so Hello Steph. And then we have not not Talia from when it's Wella and living in chef Osen. Now today. Yeah, we have lots of people from India living in Surrey people from scope, living in bam, and also people that live abroad and just are interested in Switzerland or have for let relatives or something like that. So it's really interesting to see all these people coming together, and we really hope that you enjoy it and that people who are part of the group that they can influence a little bit our show. Yeah, that that's for interesting because we might have a good idea for the program and then we can skew if you agree what you think you might like to hear about somewhere along the way we find out make an episode and actually like it. So that's let's go back to our original point. He claims to stop how to find a job in Switzerland for people living abroad. Exactly. So I think the big first question is, where enough can you look for job? Where would you find job by penins? Yes. Well. The classic version is you go online and you just search wherever you counter. We have loads of Maine search platforms. I will put a few on our website on Swiss and chips dot com and put all the links stare. So you can just follow them or you go on Google and you just search for finding a job in Switzerland or be a bit more specific. If you already know you come and live in Ben, for example, you might search for finding Joplin pen and then you end up on one of these city platforms like Stehlin Ben punked Sahar is for example, for Penn search platform. And there you find all the jobs you can subscribe to the newsletters and you can sign up and they'll notify you basically when a new jokes climate them hustle, come home also app six. And what would be the phrase that you look for in German if you wanted to find a website that's in Gemini, anointing glitch, Joep, sue in that right. It may sound. It may sound like a stupid question, but the big stumbling block PK define the site, but how did you do it by the way? Well, I was looking for a pretty specific job basically. I used to work in radio, read it in like nice. Yes, like nice, but doesn't this case very. So because I was working in radio more back then I was looking for Joe Barack could speak English. So like production company or a media company will something along those lines. So I was looking at websites and Switzerland's that had something to do this by the had something an English on that website. And that might be a clue that they have English speaking clients. For example, that was my starting point. I ended up finding an English speaking radio station. It just happened. They had a job and in the end it just happened that they chose me. So here I am. A lot of kind of look collides. Basically, I think that's always how it works. So also for Swiss people, you need a bit of luck and someone knows somebody and so on. That's why I would also recommend if you search on all these major platforms than you also tell all your friends and maybe go to our Facebook group and just posted there like someone just today and go to other Facebook groups or go on lengthen posted there. Tell your friends. Tell it on Twitter and just ask everyone basically, and in case you already. I think it's easier if you already know where you want to work, for example, like I said before and the place, for example, you know, I want to go and work in Penn,
SpaceX rocket launches powerful communications satellite
"People both online they're talking about it and saying they're coming to the town to take a picture with the sign and so forth and to watch the game here there will also be a watch party on thursday to be held at our walker pavilion on our town green we set up a movies and concerts there all summer long we're just start moving concert series a couple of weeks early by screening the capital skin sold oldest says he's also hoping at some point the stanley cup is able to make its way into town maria lee al dot com yesterday was graduation day for seniors at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland florida it was supposed to be a happy celebration to mark the end of their high school years instead it was a bittersweet graduation for the class of twenty eighteen kind of hard to be really excited about it because everyone's here that's because four classmates didn't get a chance to receive their diplomas meadow pollock nncholas carmen shandra trump joaquin oliver they were among the seventeen killed when a gunman opened fire at their school on valentine's day correspondent kim hutcherson spacex has launched their their falcon nine rocket taking a powerful communication satellite into orbit by three the falcon nine launch from cape canaveral air force station just before one this morning the satellite will provide the asia pacific area australia and the middle east with things like direct to home video high speed data relay maritime and aircraft connecting and broadband spacex attempted to launch the rocket last week but officials decided they needed more time to run tests i'm bill michaels checking your money the dow open today at twenty four six thirty five the nasdaq at seventy five fifty four sports the nets losing atlanta the osen yankees rained out again nba finals game to goes to golden state and.