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Kemp, Perdue duel could end with Georgia's GOP primary

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 hrs ago

Kemp, Perdue duel could end with Georgia's GOP primary

"One of the nation's most competitive political battlegrounds is serving as a test of Donald Trump's GOP sway The ex-president has been obsessed with Georgia since its leaders refused to back his baseless 2020 election fraud claims He handpicked senator David perdue to challenge incumbent Brian Kemp for the GOP gubernatorial nomination and that swayed both brodie Nelson and Pam letter to vote for Purdue Definitely did Absolutely But Purdue appears headed for a lopsided loss with voters like Nathan Johnston backing Kemp I felt like he did a good job The incumbent also got a boost yesterday at a rally carried on WSB Let's give a big Georgia welcome to former vice president my friend Mike Pence Who again broke with his ex running mate in saying it's time for Georgia to look at the future Sagar Meghani Washington

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Protests in Front of Justices Homes Spark Outrage

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:58 sec | Last week

Protests in Front of Justices Homes Spark Outrage

"I'm talking about crime. I'm talking about 18 U.S. code 1507. You've probably heard a thing or two about that in the last couple of days, haven't you? Well, if you haven't, I'll let former Florida attorney general Pam Bondi, tell you a little bit about what 18 U.S. code, 1507 says. It is illegal. I hold on a second, I am told we just have one minute left in the segment. So I'm going to save that. I'm going to play that for you after the break then. But I will give you just a little bit of a teaser on it. It says you can't go to a Supreme Court Justice's house and try to intimidate and scare them and coerce them and harass them into changing their vote. You also can't do it to a juror if you happen to be trying to influence the outcome of a jury trial. You can't do it to a witness if you're trying to influence their testimony that will lead to an outcome of a jury trial. You can't do it to a sitting judge either.

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Caller Reviews South Carolina Children's Theatre's Production of 'Annie'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 6 months ago

Caller Reviews South Carolina Children's Theatre's Production of 'Annie'

"I was in the audience with my grandkids, and my adult children and you were fantastic. The whole cast was good. The production itself was beyond a children's theater. And anybody that can get a ticket should go. You're so confident. You were dead immortal. You were in character. Yeah, no, I love that. I love that part. It's a great story because it's and I, you know, there's a monologue in the show about being alone. And you know, when I lost my Denise, it's like you think about that. You think about what's if you don't have anybody to share your life with, you might like the line is on the show. You might as well might as well be alone and broke again and back in hell's kitchen. So thank you, pan. That means a lot to me. The audiences have been incredible. It's been so fun and I think you're right. This does not feel like children's theater. No, not at all. And there were all ages. There were old people like me and there were little kids and we talked about it when we left that every one of them. Thank you. Merry Christmas to you and your family, Pam. That means a lot to me. Thank you very much for calling in and

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Ultra Long Time Series

Data Skeptic

02:21 min | 9 months ago

Ultra Long Time Series

"My name is a foley counter. I work with essentially neurosis. They'll finance and economics in beijing. China background statistic computing and nowadays we focus on forecasting ways a lot of skill of data on distributed systems. So i haven't yet had the chance to interview anyone specifically about distributed time-series. It seems like that would be some extra challenges because the data sequential what happened before relates to what happens next. How can you spread that across. Many machines disputed hampshire is is just time is that alcohol. it can't be billions of observations. Historically we build up statistical models based on assumptions the narrative and other assumptions those assumptions do not work on distributed system and the industry like apache spark actually defacto standard for data processing and the the street people star a huge amount of data on distributed systems. We how to make a model that really works on sack disputed system and we have to work on their language to make our forecast more robust bus on his outer series. Yes spark is naturally a good choice to us because it's such a good reputation and a lot of reasons to look at it for big data solutions. But it's not obvious to me that it's necessarily the right choice for time series because it's not really baked in right. They've moved more and more towards like a sequel style and data sets. Are there any technical challenges to implementing time series via spark. And if you consider all single time that's fine but if you think about what we are doing we are streaming tate. Data is like times commun- out like water like re-re coming up now. You're really need nonstop system to process in the whole system. They simultaneously and without much delay that demand for temps is forecast in and out to claim that i think a lot of people agree with me nowadays arteta pam because we collect data. We always have the time stamp. So that's a windy. Temperatures for distributed systems. And there's a new challenge. I think emmanuel areas like atmosphere electricity and adi and other domains

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"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

03:11 min | 9 months ago

"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"For having me listeners. Stay riot listeners. That was my conversation with but he's scout. What do you think. What are your thoughts. I would love to hear what you thought about this interview. Are you getting her buck. I really hope that you do. Because it's it's one of those dead. Every latino needs to have in her book shelves seriously. It's one of those that if you listen to my interview with bobby a while back he talked about. You're like i'm paraphrasing. But it was this concept of your close bookshelf. This is one of those books that you literally have with an arm's length and anytime you need a pick me up or motivation inspiration. Some fuel to your fire. It's one of those books. So i highly recommend getting it of course support latina author. There's not that many and so one were out there especially getting book deals. Support it so you can tell with your purchasing power. You're telling the book publishing companies that we care about this content that we want more of it so definitely support now. This is the time where i will ask you to leave a review. And you know already deal. The reason why we asked for reviews is because the more reviews the show has the more visibility. the show gets the more publishers and editors of different publications. They see that people care about combined and so it's also a way to support. The show is by leaving overview. If you feel called to share some words you can leave a rating which is dropped some stars or you can leave a review. I give you four questions that can help you. Think about what you want to leave. Or what words you want to write. What you love about the show will. Were you expecting before you listen listened. What happened after he listened. And how would you describe the show to your best friend. And i so wanna think every single one of you that have taken the time to write some words for the show. It's so moving seriously. As because i keep saying this and i sound like brooklyn record but it really right now. I'm talking to a microphone and so reading reviews makes me realize that. There's actually folks listening if you are new here. Welcome to govern them bam. I hope you feel like home. I hope you come back. Check out other episodes check out the titles and see if they resonate with you. Feel free to skip and jump around. We have plenty to go. And one thing i would say. Don't listen to the very very beginning ones just because of current so much. I'm no longer that pam and there's people that have grown together with me so that's my only request but hey you do what you want to. You do what you want. And i hope you come back. If you're a new here. I would love to connect with you..

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"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

05:24 min | 9 months ago

"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"I'm shocked but also likes not skip a be in offering support was like. Oh wow okay okay. Okay there okay right. Yeah yeah it's like very validating Our because i'm also. I'm i have a lot of trauma around doing things wrong because i was in the household debt was very punitive And i was hit a lot when you know if anything didn't reflect the glory of god so like when. I was hitting this problem where i was like okay. I'm a problem. I very solution focused. And there was no solution in sight at one point and to have her provide. A solution was also very soothing. For me totally when there was already anxiety inducing to be in that space and even like healing a little piece of you. That was told that you were wrong. For whatever and then she was like no. You're actually your inner voice was correct to by saying that this that you experienced wasn't right and there's power into that. The validation is important. One time i was in a in a clubhouse rim and don't go into as anywhere not say it doesn't feel safe for me anymore after those instances happen because i was in a room the first time where the white woman and the second time with the white man the second timeouts that's host like i'm done with this platform. At first time we were talking about something and when it was my turn to talk. I said well from a woman of color standpoint. We have to our ten times harder than anyone. Just because that's how the system has been built. And so then i went onto make my point and then this woman came in and she was like to pam's point all women work really hard and i work with and so i work with. I have a twenty year experience working with women and all women have been have had to work really hard. And i was like okay. Listen you're white. Feminism is not welcome here but the moderator didn't do anything. I didn't catch that and so i was like wait. This feel right. You know. And so then i was like okay and then second time around the dude i said a similar point and hey this is at the end of the cali. Were closing. Everyone say goodbye. And he's like okay. Yeah before by. I want to make sure that it's very clear that everyone works hard. So to pam's point everyone. Is that one that one burner even more became. Yeah i was like no men nas coming from you and again the moderator didn't catch it or didn't like quite was ready to handle it and so that's when i made a decision all that to say i went to i was like this is what i heard like. Am i being dramatic. Or and everyone's no you're right. And it's a babble in dacian alone is like it almost gives you that a little bit of freedom to say what i felt was correct and i am not being overdramatic. And i'm not exaggerating. Yeah back to your story. So when do you discover that. You didn't academic english and the teacher helped you. What happened then..

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Make Work Awesome by Reinventing Your Business Culture With Pam Ross

Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

02:50 min | 10 months ago

Make Work Awesome by Reinventing Your Business Culture With Pam Ross

"When we were talking before we were talking a little bit about about the aspect of culture with leadership but but no matter the size of the organization. You firmly believe that culture is something that should be worked on not just initially but continuously will one. Why are you so passionate about this. And then to where to somebody even begin. Okay so why. Am i so passionate about this in a few like l. Tell us quickly as i can but my first job work was awesome so i was fresh out of university. I worked for a restaurant company. That was growing quickly and i got promoted to their quote unquote training team. Which meant that. I was traveling across the country and actually into the states as well. I'm in canada. And i was opening restaurants and at twenty two. I became the leader of this opening team. I had a ton of autonomy over how we would get this restaurant up and ready and everyone trained and ready to serve our guests a ton of accountability budget of millions of dollars and tons of collaboration with anyone. From the franchise department. Legal department construction our operations everything and we would go and beyond site for weeks at a time. Sometimes months at a time training staff preparing the restaurant and opening these these restaurants. We had a ton of fun and we got great work done. And i truly like that was my first full time job out of university tonight. Thought work is so awesome. Like i am so excited. That i don't have to go back to school and do all those things because this work world that i am in is the best thing fast forward. A couple of years and i realized quickly. That work was not so awesome in most organizations so i came across people. Kind of just might a biding their time until five o'clock when they could go home. I worked in organizations where people were almost literally. You could almost see these badges of honour all over their clothing. That said things like. I'm working so hard i can't take a weekend off or i missed my son's piano recital because i am so busy and this focus on time at work people not feeling like there's or meaning in their work and ultimately work being soul-sucking and we're gonna spend about ninety thousand hours of our lives working and i just refused to agree that that can be a terrible of my

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Turns Out My Ex Didn’t Get Eaten by a Shark

Mega

02:25 min | 10 months ago

Turns Out My Ex Didn’t Get Eaten by a Shark

"Well per us. I'm joined by my co host. He's the youth pastor for our high school ministry called climax. Please welcome tom graham. Hey allie hey gray. How's it going with your climax kids ellie. I'm in a bit of a personal crisis right now. in fact i'm just clean of. I guess like i feel like i've seen it goes to something you look like. You've seen a ghost. You're pam what's wrong. Well halley i guess for those who've been listening for awhile you know that i've had to really serious relationships in the past year you've mentioned before i've head mingo kim tomato got eaten by a shar do's and and also Becky buca over. Good about bob and Halley it turns out that mango is still alive. What she survived the attack there was no attack halley. No shark new attack no. She thinks her own death. Apparently she faked her own death. Halley i know so i'm kind of freaking out. 'cause i'm finding this all out because you know i had to. Essentially she started contacting me at my old place right now. Actually crashing it. My jeep set about with. I'm not sure if i mentioned in my class. And so she started leaving all these crazy messages and my old place. Until i'm like well. I can't go back to my condor and so now i'm just like pretty much. Hold up at the duplex and i'm just gonna stay there now because apparently make a ease back and she's alive. She was just hiding out in mexico. And like a love nasa something. And then. what's crazy. Is that becky to buco game. And then she got a like jelly of everything like my kids. Say and so. She's like posting all this trash online. About how like. I don't respect god's house to you know basically get like advance my career which is insane. My crew is amazing. So i'm just dealing with this whole thing right now with. I've got these you know you know. These three people like vying for my attention. You know to people.

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Carrie and Boris Johnson Are Expecting a Second Baby After Miscarriage Heartbreak

The Money Hour

00:17 sec | 10 months ago

Carrie and Boris Johnson Are Expecting a Second Baby After Miscarriage Heartbreak

"The way for the wife of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Instagram. Carrie Johnson said she was incredibly blessed to be pregnant again after suffering a miscarriage earlier this year. The couple's first child, Wilfred was born in April of last year. I'm Pam Pouso, and

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Near Death Experiences

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

02:30 min | 10 months ago

Near Death Experiences

"To be clear. Pam's heart and brain were both stopped. She was d- di dead. The plan was when the surgery was finished. They would warm pam's body up to regular alive person temperature and then do the shock paddle thingies to restart her heart like jumping a dead car engine. There were molded ear. Buds in pants ears playing clicks decimal level of a jackhammer or jet. Engine taking off that way. If any part of pam's brain registered the sound it would appear on the monitor and they would know that brain activity was not all the way dead and look. I'm no brain surgeon. So i don't know what happens when the patient you're working on is supposed to be dead. And then isn't like they're about to cut out the aneurysm. And then all the sudden the monitor shows brain activity. What do you do be like. I guess she's not dead enough. Why anyone goes into. This line of work is beyond me. But i applaud you as pam later reports as the surgery is beginning pam. Dear lifeless pam. Here's the drill. Turn on its buzz coming out like a natural d. The doctor or nurse by her legs reported that the artery was too small. I don't know if you know this but apparently they go through your legs to get to your brain during surgery. I may have mentioned before that. I'm not a surgeon. Another doctor says to try the other leg pam then says she popped out of herself through her had she could see twenty doctors in the room which seems like an immense number of people. But i don't know how brain surgery works. She looked down on the scene and could see the tray with the drill. Bits and the drill itself which she said looked like the handle of her electric toothbrush. That's when she was pulled toward the bright white light as she stepped into the light. Her dead grandmother greeted her pam wondered to herself if she deserve to be there. She wasn't a perfect person. She thought i'm not sure how she knew where there was. But i imagine if you're dead and you're walking toward a bright light. It's a good guests. You're in heaven and her grandmother said as a child. We expected that you would spill your milk. It's the manor which you clean it up. That gives us cause for pride

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"pam" Discussed on Career Relaunch

Career Relaunch

01:41 min | 10 months ago

"pam" Discussed on Career Relaunch

"The last thing. I want to talk about pam before we wrap up here is just the lessons you've learned along the way and your career change journey and one of the things you mentioned to me when we first connected is that you and only you can make the change that you seek and that no one else is gonna do that for your hand it to you on a silver platter. What did you mean by that. It would have been super easy for me to keep doing marketing. It was profitable. I could do it. I knew it well. From my perspective gutsiest move was to pick up and totally change because it was completely like jarring to my confidence initially at least my confidence and my resiliency and but at the end of the day nobody was going to say. Oh pam you change and do this. Here's what you should. Here's the plan. Here's the blueprint. I myself was the only one that was going to be able to make that change for myself. Because i think everybody has to take that step back in evaluate who they are what they are destined to be in what calls them. What fills them and everybody. That's going to be different. I know quite a few career changes in my life and most of them would probably tell you that was the best movie that they could ever made and they thank god that they took the risk and persevered through the uncertainty to get to that place. I have definitely discovered that having more experiences. Not necessarily make you a better person. Make you a better whatever in this case nurse. Even the new guy can have the better idea in any thing you're doing in life.

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

02:23 min | 10 months ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"All these years very emotional kind of down more joy than anything. It's been ten years now this year and it's kind of unbelievable. I knew it'd be a long ride but it's finally come tune coming to an end seeing some light at the tunnel so i'm very happy that this day is made it here rush. Keep some betsy ashes in a small earn and on the day of the press conference. He carried it in his pocket. Has this is all about her. It's not about me. It's not about pam hop. It's not about crooked police. It's about getting justice for her then. July twenty sevens under a baking sun. The shackled pam huck was led faster waiting gaggle of reporters to the lincoln county justice center. One of them shouted a question. Pam would you like to say anything. Betsy furious family. She did not look or answer and inside the courtroom. She sat in the appointed place. Gray hair hanging straight to the shoulders of an orange jumpsuit. Her only accessories a pair of pink handcuffs and glasses an a mask and we'll call a case of state of missouri versus pamela. Hop is up. This is your initial appearance. The judge read the charges murder by stabbing murder with intent. Her not guilty plea was entered though she herself said not a word but waited for the procedure to be done and then was led out again to resume her life in prison. We reached out to her attorney for comment but did not hear back and so. The story goes on collecting rumors and hearsay innuendo. As few other cases do as prosecutor would told us. Pam is the only person charged and betsy murder so far we will go wherever any evidence leads us. Information will continue to flow. If any evidence whatsoever comes up that we have any thought whatsoever that anybody could possibly be involved. Obviously we will aggressively pursue that Because i know that had been a theory that had been talked about for quite some time. I just don't have any evidence. Showing that unless pam says she knows somebody who helped.

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

08:19 min | 10 months ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"We knew we'd be back was only a matter of time. Some stories are like that. Especially the one about pam. Last time we told the story. Rust for rio was fully vindicated watching events in something like astonishment pam up would pointed the finger at russ in the killing of his wife. Betsy at just been sent to prison erc crime murdering man just for the purpose of removing suspicion from herself her victim an innocent never saw what was coming for him that man was louis gothenburger whom she lured into a bizarre scheme to make russ for real look like a violent man so prosecutors alleged pam took an alford plea god light behind bars but it wasn't the end of the story. There was still no justice for betsy. Faria stabbed some fifty five times horribly murdered. The case started this. Whole thing and ross. He'd been convicted of her murder. Also sentenced to life than finally acquitted in a second trial after nearly three and a half years behind bars even after that then lincoln county. Prosecuting attorney leah ascii continued to maintain. That russ was guilty that he killed betsy. He filed a lawsuit over his case in received a two million dollar settlement from lincoln county though no one admitted any wrongdoing in two thousand eighteen. A new prosecutor was elected on the vowed to reopen bet. Geez case and new sheriff took over to at the beginning of two thousand twenty one in fact an entirely new team of investigators was brought in to take a fresh look at the murder case which brings us the monday july twelfth. Two thousand twenty one. I'm pleased to announce that we have some significant information to give in the investigation into the death of betsy. Faria prosecuting attorney. Mike would held a press conference. Lincoln county historic courthouse russ sat near the front surrounded by family and supporters. His defense attorney. Joel schwartz stood in the back all eager to hear the news. I'm here to announce that we have filed murder charges in the first degree. Gets pamela hub in the stabbing. Death of betsy faria there. It was come up charged with the killing authorities. Say she tried to pin on betsy husband. Russ prosecuting attorney would said. The circumstantial case is very strong. The facts in this case are quite simply indisputable. Pamela help was the last person to see betsy alive. Cellphone records indicate that she was added near the home at the time of the death. She knew that betsy is husband. Would not be home that night. She lied about her whereabouts. She lied about the details. And lastly she murdered an innocent man in cold blood to prevent herself from being considered a suspect. The motive simple. He said greed in the form of betsy. One hundred fifty thousand dollar life insurance policy which had been changed to make pam sole beneficiary four days before the murder lincoln county. We'll be seeking the death penalty. I do not take lightly the to pursue the death penalty but this case stands alone in its heinousness and depravity such that shocks the conscience. But that wasn't the only news said prosecutor would as they review the original investigation. He said something troubling became quite clear. Sadly all of these facts were available to prosecutors at the beginning. Even while betsy is husband was twice prosecuted for her death. This is one of the poorest examples of investigative work that i as well as my team have never encountered driven largely by ego working toward an agenda rather than truth. And because of this. I'm also announcing today that we are launching an investigation into the potential prosecutorial and police misconduct in the faria investigation. Mike would did not mince words. It's clear to me that investigators made up their minds early into. Betsy is death and that they never once considered pamela up as a suspect. Despite overwhelming evidence the prosecutor jumped to an initial rush to judgement and came to their conclusion too early. That investigation was mismanaged from the beginning. Most concerning however is that information came to my attention from three separate and independent sources. That witnesses were asked to lie on the stand by the prosecutor in that case. It's more their investigation uncovered. Something else at a destruction order have been drafted by the sheriff's office shortly after the acquittal of korea which would have destroyed all the physical evidence in this case. This is very troubling to me. I believe in transparency and the citizens of lincoln county needs to know that no one here is above the law not prosecutors not police officers the prosecutor said he expects to complete the internal investigation by the end of the year and by the way we reached out to former prosecutor. Lee asked for comment but she didn't respond. Meanwhile prosecutor told us pam already had a long chat with investigators detectives from the lincoln county sheriff's office went down to chile gothi Department of corrections to me with bam hub To interview with her Wasn't sure whether or not she'd be willing to speak with us i think. Obviously she must have known that We were working this investigation. But she did she. She sat down spoke with detectives spent about four hours with them and probably would have spent more time if they didn't have to leave. Detectives also asked pam about louis gothenburger. The man she's doing life for killing and she said I unloaded the gun on him in self defense and i would do it again and one more thing set pan. She did tell us that She had been framed. On the death of louis. Gothenburger which i found curious afterwards announcement we caught up with joel schwartz. The attorney who defended russ in both murder trials all along joel had been telling us the evidence leads to pam and frankly there's never been a question as to who was involved in this and it wasn't russ as far as the acknowledgement by finally bringing. Charges is a bit of relief. And i feel much more relief for bessie for his mother and russell for and the rest of her family. And hopefully we'll get to a conclusion here and i'm sure it will be satisfactory in the end as for the investigators and the prosecutor who worked on the original murder investigation. I've always had the belief that there were behind the scenes. Inner workings going on between the prosecutors and the police. The fact that that has been mentioned today is a bit of a surprise that it's now public and the fact that they're investigating prosecutorial as well as police misconduct confirms frankly unfortunately my worst fears but it also confirmed my beliefs in this case. We asked betsy family what they thought about all that. And here's the gist of a statement from her mom and sisters quote for nine and a half years. We've been praying for the truth to come out about bet murder. It is impossible to move on to live in peace. Knowing betsy never received justice. They were sickened. They told us when they heard. Mike would say that might have been misconduct in the original investigation by grateful that his investigators are finally getting to the truth. So now quote. We await the upcoming trial of pam hop and true justice for betsy will hopefully prevail once and for all and russ russ told us he is relieved at the very least after.

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"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

03:01 min | 10 months ago

"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"I think make you sleep like a baby. Yes many is when for everything even at stomach ache. Oh yes to call me last question. Do you have a quarter mantra. You live by. I really liked to treat everyone. Like familia and i mean it if you ask about me. People will say that. The buggy chuckled but also as they hold clan we were taught by the best to treat everyone with dignity respect in love That's awesome thank you so much again for coming on pam. Thank you pan..

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"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

03:43 min | 10 months ago

"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"Want you to be my director of community. The element in i'd say glitzy. Okay i have a lot of question. Why don't we start here. So he gives you the director job for a national organization of moment. We were new york base. Newton basically donate near only new york. New cd was in still the epicenter of the except that mic my vision. He told me to build a local statewide regionally natural organization. Are you in in. i'd say yes come in. I love that in i. I'm ready to be with you. Did you ever doubt that you could do it. No you know. I'm coming from salvador. I told people if you look a little bit of Supply broke Who wrote a lot in very famous by the way worldwide one of his most. Welcome points for emily. Moore is a low poin. It talked about how much she loved the country but he describes a rather in unique. Wait in one or the description is that we are born half debt meaning that we are ready to fight for life. I love that took roy moore. It's like a lot one of my terrible ones. Listen to me. This guy was killed very sad story. And then i get to become friends with his kids especially with one of them is a full circle in life. I people wow exact. Wile say i love that dude. Are they selling yet. Who say stealing follow. Okay yet you say. I'm gonna be the director. Let's do this at the time. It was local. What was the first. I have that you dead. Well he asked me i. I need a couple of ideas to really be you know. Go back to be well known that the community and then give me a couple of days. I hit night combat in. I propose to him to build. Latino faith based program in to launch in a statewide conference call ronin latina. And i thought it. I say i did a little quick scanning in snapping don in albany albany will be like sacramento california. Oh bunnies the capital. Follow the state of new york in the faith based program. I say nobody's working with the faith based community. We wanna deal with the stigma in really Elevate depowered power of fame. Base leader talking about difficulty. Essentially it will be impossible. He said to me. I liked one idea. The faith based will not fly. And i say give me six months in. If i don't build it you fire me and say deal on. Today is the largest initiative that we have here. The latino commission on aids with faith based communities during this time is when the hiv epidemic. Like when when it just kinda like was intense. Yes don't forget that you know. I arrived here on this job. If you remember which has went through ju- faith nineteen eighty-one forty years later. Hiv with wrinkle nuys us elements in what has happened in forty years have been difficult because if you notice. This is the only virus that we had not been able to develop a bad scene in. We don't have a cure but we have an amazing tool and the prevention area but also on the treatment area to make the difference to really put on check the device. Don't forget that the hiv virus destroying your immune system..

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A Heartbreaking Novel About Mothers, Daughters and Secrets

The Book Review

01:59 min | 10 months ago

A Heartbreaking Novel About Mothers, Daughters and Secrets

"Elizabeth egan joins us now to talk about her latest. Pick for group taxed. Hey liz hi pam i thanks for having me. What's the book. The book is called. I couldn't love you more. And it's by esther freud. This is her ninth novel. And it's a book about three generations of women kind of circulating between ireland and england and the first one is a woman named ika. We get to know her in the nineteen thirties than her daughter. Roseline in the nineteen fifties and then a woman who we find out. And i'm not giving anything away that you won't learn fairly early in the book is kate who and we meet her in. Nineteen ninety-one and roseline is the linchpin of the whole story. She becomes pregnant in her early twenties and winds up in a home in ireland outside of cork a mother and baby home. Run by nuns. Who force her to give up her daughter kate for adoption and so the book is the story of these three women. And how e phi is continuing to look for roseline who disappears and kate is looking for roseline. She's looking for birth mother. And it's this incredibly powerful story about mothers and daughters and also an interesting and really heartbreaking. Look at what was happening in ireland at the time that really went on for about one hundred years where the catholic church ran the. They were like prisons for women who were in trouble in some in some way and they forced women to change their names and to give up their babies. And it's an incredibly heartbreaking walk at that legacy of secrecy.

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"pam" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"pam" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"For i was struck with a bit of luck. The power was buzzing inside at it. Hardly took me a second look to see a freezer wide. It was packed with treats and frozen meats but i was on a spree and outside in the desert wind. The mummy groaned in glee snacks. I tore from the freezer door. Gone where the icies and pops the ice cream when flying and with some prying got out abso- and some shops the freezer hound and fingers nam. Such a cold. You'll seldom see. And i nestled a nice little bed in the ice and stuffed in the mummy mcgee. Then i took a hike. Because i didn't like to see her freezing so the sun it sat and the camel spat and the wind began to blow. It was burning hot. But still i got all goosebumps on my skin when i thought of the mummy who once had been chummy and now was a freezing within. I could not say how much of the day. I wrestled with my fear but the stars were out and they danced about before i ventured near i was sick with dread. But i- bravely said. I'll just take a peek inside. I bet she's snow and it's time to go then. The freezer opened wide and bear sat pam happy as a clam all ice in the freezers core and she wore a smile. You could see for a mile and she said. Please close the door. It's nice in here but cap. I fear you'll let him the heat. You fool since. I left my tree in kittery. It's the first time i've been cool. There are strange things done in the midday sun by those who search for spoil the desert sands have their hidden plans. That would set your blood. Boil the pharaohs. Tombs have seen strange dooms but the strangest they ever did see was that day on the edge of oasis hedge. When i froze up old pam mcgee the end today story. The freeze ation. Pam mcgee was an adaptation of the poem the cremation of sam..

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"pam" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"pam" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

"For i was struck with a bit of luck. The power was buzzing inside at it. Hardly took me a second look to see a freezer wide. It was packed with treats and frozen meats but i was on a spree and outside in the desert wind. The mummy groaned in glee snacks. I tour from the freezer door gone. Where the icies and pops the ice cream when flying and with some prying got out zone and some shops the freezer hound and fingers numb such a cold. You'll seldom see. And i nestled a nice little bed in the ice and i stuffed in the mummy mcgee then. I took a hike. Because i didn't like to see her freezing so the sun had sat in the camel spat in the wind began to blow. It was burning hot. But still i got all goosebumps on my skin when i thought of the mummy who once had been chummy and now was a freezing within. I could not say how much of the day. I wrestled with my fear but the stars were out and they danced about before i ventured near. I was sick with dread but i bravely said. I'll just take a peek inside. I bet she's snow and it's time to go then. The freezer opened wide and bear sat pam happy as a clam all ice in the freezers core and she wore a smile. You could see for a mile and she said. Please close the door. It's nice in here but cap. I fear you'll let him a heat. You fool since. I left my tree in kittery. It's the first time i've been cool. There are strange things done in the mid day sun by those who search for spoil the desert sands have their hidden plans. That would set your blood to boil the pharaoh's tombs have seen strange dooms. The strangest they ever did see was that day on the edge of oasis hedge. When i froze up old pam mcgee the end today story..

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"pam" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

02:26 min | 11 months ago

"pam" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"The freeze ation of pam mcgee. There are strange things done in the mid day sun by those who searched for spoil the desert sands have their hidden plans. That would set your blood to boil. The pharaohs tombs have seen strange dooms but the strangest they did ever see. Was that day on the edge of oasis hedge. I froze up old pam. Mcgee now pam mcgee was from kittery where the snowfall blasts and blows why. She left home from the north to roam around the desert. No one knows she was always hot but the endless thought of gold held her in spell though she'd often say in her brazen way she'd sooner swim a well. Well it all happened. Because i was her captain. We joined up after the war. We figured a duo could find their way through. All the desert may have in store with camel stout us to set out to search the sands for wealth and like a crown. The son weighed down and tried to sap our health one. Summer's day we tracked are way over the dawson. Pass talk of heat through son or sheet. It burned like boiling gas in an open. I rough sand would fly until we couldn't see it wasn't fun but the only one to gripe was pam mcgee and as it rose the sun imposed a dreadful pressing fire the canteens mon dry as a bone. We feared that we'd expire and though it felt we'd begun to melt. Our goal was still ahead. We'd reach the edge of oasis hedge or else we'd both be dead and that very noon like pebble-strewn. We struggled in the sand. The camels fed sun overhead. We staggered stripped and tanned. Pam turned to me and cap says she. I'm all cashed in. i guess. And when. I'm through i'm asking you please grant one last request. She seemed so low that i couldn't say no. Then she rasped out in a moan. It's the curse it heat. It's got me beat. I'm melting skin and bone.

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The Freezation of Pam McGee

Stories Podcast

02:26 min | 11 months ago

The Freezation of Pam McGee

"The freeze ation of pam mcgee. There are strange things done in the mid day sun by those who searched for spoil the desert sands have their hidden plans. That would set your blood to boil. The pharaohs tombs have seen strange dooms but the strangest they did ever see. Was that day on the edge of oasis hedge. I froze up old pam. Mcgee now pam mcgee was from kittery where the snowfall blasts and blows why. She left home from the north to roam around the desert. No one knows she was always hot but the endless thought of gold held her in spell though she'd often say in her brazen way she'd sooner swim a well. Well it all happened. Because i was her captain. We joined up after the war. We figured a duo could find their way through. All the desert may have in store with camel stout us to set out to search the sands for wealth and like a crown. The son weighed down and tried to sap our health one. Summer's day we tracked are way over the dawson. Pass talk of heat through son or sheet. It burned like boiling gas in an open. I rough sand would fly until we couldn't see it wasn't fun but the only one to gripe was pam mcgee and as it rose the sun imposed a dreadful pressing fire the canteens mon dry as a bone. We feared that we'd expire and though it felt we'd begun to melt. Our goal was still ahead. We'd reach the edge of oasis hedge or else we'd both be dead and that very noon like pebble-strewn. We struggled in the sand. The camels fed sun overhead. We staggered stripped and tanned. Pam turned to me and cap says she. I'm all cashed in. i guess. And when. I'm through i'm asking you please grant one last request. She seemed so low that i couldn't say no. Then she rasped out in a moan. It's the curse it heat. It's got me beat. I'm melting skin and bone.

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The Freezation of Pam McGee

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

01:52 min | 11 months ago

The Freezation of Pam McGee

"The freeze ation of pam mcgee. There are strange things done in the mid day sun by those who searched for spoil the desert sands have their hidden plans. That would set your blood to boil the pharaoh's tombs have seen strange dooms but the strangest they did ever see was that day on the edge of oasis hedge. I froze up old pam mcgee now. Panicky was from kittery where the snowfall blasts and blows why she left home from the north to roam around the desert. No one knows she was always haute but the endless thought of gold held her in spell though she'd often say in her brazen way she'd sooner sooner swim a well well. It all happened. Because i was her. Captain we joined up after the war. We figured a duo could find their way through. All the desert may have in store with camels stout us to set out to search the sands for wealth and like a crown. The son weighed down and tried to sap our health one. Summer's day. We tracked our way over the dawson. Pass talk of heat through son or sheet. It burned like boiling gas in an open eye. Rough sand would fly until we couldn't see it wasn't fun but the only one to gripe was pam mcgee and as it rose the sun imposed a dreadful pressing fire. The canteens mon dry as a bone. We feared that we'd expire and though it felt we'd begun to melt. Our goal was still ahead. We've reached the edge of a waste hedge or else we'd both be dead

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"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

07:46 min | 11 months ago

"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"Wealth right. No safety net know people who have when you're that lucky met at right like you're the first one to go to college or the first one to go to graduate school or the first one to earn more than seventy thousand dollars a year. There are so many things that we are doing. I yes so we don't have all that invisible peggy mcintosh road something years ago about white privilege and she taught called at the invisible backpack So one of the things. I do in the book. Is i unpack the invisible. Pack the pack that pack. And i say okay. You know if you have people who are like. Yeah you need a unique Money like no talk about the access to money. Either your own family's money or the family. The people your family knows or the people that you went to college with or the peop- there's so many secret little places where privilege lives that we don't talk about and so again. For by jacques. We think she didn't like. Why can't i do that right. And we're not holding that. Well you're carrying fifty more hounds. I mean of course going up. The top of the hill is going to be just a bit easier for that person. Absolutely one of my clients. Actually she. i'm going to attribute her analogy. She was carrying more malicious than white women. Do and it's like oh my gosh. This is so brilliant right because all of the things you mentioned plus the inherited trauma the generational trauma from aac you. Just our parents crossing borders or border crossing them right. That alone is so so much more weight. It's a whole other melinda. You know it is again. And there's the quiet millette which is if you speak spanish. I speak spanish or we. Have you know if people have an accident right. No one of my. I love your accent. Yup so there's the good accidents in the bad accent. Frenchaccent beautiful beautiful any of the british australian south african. There is an automatic. Like it's the notches up and the notches down. Yes totally i mean. It's so many layers. That's what i was trying to get at is the my women of color clients. Their weight is so much heavier versus the white women clients. It's not there anymore. Talented it simply that. They're the weight that they're carrying is much lighter and so i think also grace and compassion for us to give ourselves to say look. She tripled their business in a year. That's awesome. She does that she can call them like. She can literally go to mom and dad's house if she can't pay rent what month that's right and and to have her own room. I'm a week ago rang. Many many of us can go but we have our own room. I know i was talking to my partner david the other day and he was talking about something about parents house and like it was like celebrating a holiday inn parents house and i was like you realize that i don't have parents house like yeah. My house is is the house. Like where i currently live in. It's the house i don't have a. I'm going to go to my mom's house or i'm going to like that does not exist. I don't know what that means. And he just kind of sat there like. Oh you know like i point. I was privileged. Yes yes well. That's good you have to and you have to have those conversations and they like. I said they're very quiet in invisible and because of that and because we get so many messages. I know with my parents. My dad for sure my mom. They felt like well. You were born in this country. You speak english really well. You have a formal education and several masters. You are not going to have the problems we had to go. You're right. I don't have those problems. I have other problems and one of them was early on in my career. Because i had that attitude of. Yeah what's the problem. i'm smart. I can speak english. No problem and i would speak out and there would be things. That were inequitable in my jobs. And i would say that's not right. That's unfair so what happened. Fired demoted suspended lou. And each time. I was it was like when people say when a black man does something he gets killed where somebody else would get a little little parking ticket. I'm like the impact of the consequences are also bigger and when that kind of thing happens you know. Even though i'm very confident there is no way that i don't become more cautious. More careful where i see the power inequities now and i. I know what will happen. I know the consequences. If i speak up and so you know we begin to be a little more cautious sometimes because we have experienced negative consequences from use your voice right we hear this come on speak up and ads and blah blah blah and. I'm just like yeah. It's a different consequence for us in validation. Because i'll share an anecdote that happened recently i was in clubhouse and happen twice and actually put it on my stories people really now. You're not wrong. It happened to ice. I was in this room filled with whoever speakers the first occasion. I was asked the question. And i said look as a woman of color. We have to work ten times harder than white demographic simply because of all the instances. I'm not going to list here. It's a fact. And then i went on with whatever i had to say. A white woman well known she was like well to come on. Pam's what pam to said. Yes and all women worked really hard. I work with a lot of women and and you know everyone has to work really hard and that i was like interesting. Okay that's called gas lighting We're gonna at that that one. Okay yep then. I went onto a different rim. It was a white man. And so i i make it a point to always say as a woman who i mean the fact of to say. My name is bumgarner. We you have to ask me twice. That's work you know. Yes that's right. So i always say like a limit preface it with like the melissa's zarem carrying our ten times heavier than yours designing. I'm going to work less hard. Does that mean. I'm going to cry about it. I'm prefacing the facts right. This dude came and said at the end of the conversation at the very end of the conversation. He was like okay. Just a close an- and we were closing everyone's saying by and he was like close into big back on on pam's comment. Everyone works hard here and it's like oh hell no here we go. This is not an it was like the end of the room. And i couldn't even say anything but it gave me this on safety feeling in my body to exist in spaces like that. That's right snow and those spaces are the higher up. You go right. That's part of the issue around the survivor. Or the person who moves forward is i know in my life the more educated i got more i was able to go into realms with more power the less likely to see anyone who looked like me at all. And so what. You're naming is the cost of success. Which is that then. You become the one now nica right at whatever and that is also again where people don't think about it. I remember i loved serena williams husband talking to her about issues of of racism and sexism and he just went out. He said you know what. I'm certain. Every time..

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Breaking Through Your Own Glass Ceiling with Linda Gonzalez

Cafe con Pam Podcast

02:16 min | 11 months ago

Breaking Through Your Own Glass Ceiling with Linda Gonzalez

"Linda. Welcome back to government bam thank you. It's great to be back. Yes so there's a new book that's been birth dead. We'll talk about that. And i love the topic because i think it's something that's often overlooked for people of color because the message of lake make it happen put the mindset make the vision board yes listener. She's rolling her eyes. As i'm saying no so those are all important. They're not bad. And there's the and behind it. That's right your coach. Amoco we believe mindset is important and there's also the own internalised ceilings that happen with people of color because of the system the system was not built for us not ultra. How did this come about their coach for many many years. And as i say in the book my clients never come to me and say leaned. I wanna break through my own glass ceiling. They say. I want to reach these goals. Or i have really been working on these goals. And i keep hitting up against things. They always somehow think it's something that they haven't done Right so one. Of the most important messages i began to have to give my clients is. It's not your fault. it's not that you're not trying hard enough. There are so many message we got especially as people of color by pack as immigrants or children of immigrants that we just have to try really hard. We have to get a good formal education and we have to reach at least middle class status. And that somehow poof. Like magic there's no oppression there's no klutzy lane and yet and still we look at only s. I mean there is almost like two cents difference in what women earned two men in like the last forty years. Right we're still fighting for our civil rights. people are still fighting for. Civil rights are being. Caged are being deported are being killed. I mean it's like are you watching the same world. I am

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Countertops and Class Action Park

Around the House with Eric G®

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Countertops and Class Action Park

"Well it's a fun week. We got a big show ahead today. We're going to be talking about a bunch of different stuff. Our number two. I've got elizabeth gomez. Whose gonna talk about contractors. She's a contractor we're gonna hear her story but caroline you got me into a rabbit hole this week. I'm theme park aficionado. And you sent over this video. This documentary on net flicks about this local theme park in your area. How the heck did they let that happen. Classic action class action park. Oh my god. Yeah vernon new jersey. This waterpark that was created in the seventies about ninety. Six and there were no rules. This wall street mogul basically decided. He was going to create a waterpark up in northern new jersey. And just do it with no engineers no security. He had kids running the park. Oh my gosh. And it's just the story this documentary about how this how we survived. I can't believe we went there and survived. It was crazy crazy. I mean this documentaries crazy. I mean he built a loop to loop type single loop waterslide and paid kids to be his test crash test dummies and would give him one hundred bucks to write it down there and when they lost their teeth orb got hurt or anything else. They clean them up. Kicking backout pam one hundred bucks and it was gruesome really bad and they had all of these brides that like i said no engineers ever certified or look at. He just created them. I mean he had a lot of the guys from. I think disney and a great adventure and all of these theme parks that had sort of been not hired by these places or they were kinda like kicked out. They weren't using much. Yeah they were sketchy and so he had these guys helping. Create this park and a lot of people got killed in a lot of people got hurt which is really sad but the story is just incredible that this even occurred crazy.

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G7 Leaders Pledge a Billion COVID-19 Vaccines to Poorer Countries

My Car Geek Show

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

G7 Leaders Pledge a Billion COVID-19 Vaccines to Poorer Countries

"Leaders are wrapping up the G seven. I'm Pam Couso Fox news and they're making some big promises. According to a draft communique, the group of seven is pledging to vaccinate the world against the coronavirus leaders will also invest in a massive infrastructure plan for the developing world to rival China and will increase climate contributions to help poorer nations. From Britain. President Biden will head to Brussels for a NATO summit on Wednesday, he'll be in Geneva for a face to face with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. In an interview with NBC, Putin described Biden as stable. He called former president Trump colorful. It has been announced that Biden will not do a joint presser with Putin as president Trump Had done. They're going to try to control the message, Fox says Greg Palkot at Britain's Windsor Castle, where the president will have tea with the

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Flamin' Hot with Richard Montaez

Cafe con Pam Podcast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Flamin' Hot with Richard Montaez

"Though we have this gomez like behold ball and like. Put your head down to get to work. I think and you share it in the book. When the ceo said think like an owner richard back then was like okay. He asked us to like an owner. And then you started developing distinct and you got the courage to make that phone call roy. So we'll explore that later. Let's take it back a second. Who is literature. What's his heritage mexican. And i was. I was born here. My dad com from a water s. And he moved out paso from el paso. He went to new mexico and from new mexico. He went to southern california where he met my mom. And that's where it all started. But i was born in in what was called a farm. Count everybody in the area that was born. Take greater wass to california's probably about two thousand people. You know what the pretty cool about the history. There's people don't know this. The area that i was born in the ontario airport guadalete california rancho cucamonga. All that was acting the biggest wine producing area in the country. It was bigger than napa valley. That's where i was born in a one room apartment. I was gonna say my birth certificate doesn't have an address. It has a house number cost number eighteen. 'cause you know the gwozdecky. I never met him of course but know he from what i was told you know my grandfather stories of him was he was a good a good man you know. He built the housing for the latino. He built the school he built a grocery store. He built a church. He came from italy so everything was replicated of his hometown which was pretty cool You know my grandpa and my dad really grew up with a challenge. I got a little bit because we got out of there. Like eight years old or something. But you know i'd go back and visit but it was know a wonderful place to for me as a child. You know there was. There was no bathrooms inside. The one room. Bathrooms were outside. You know it was like a college or a school showers and all that and then there was no kitchens. The kitchen again were across the hallway. They were community kitchen. It was big stoves like a restaurant so every morning i had lunch or dinner with ten fifteen different families and you know i learned community because as mama grandma was cooking if you ran out of something the lady next to you would pass it on and she needed something you you pass it on. So i i saw community for san the other thing too that i wanted to say to is a. I'm not an immigrant. But because of being latino in the sixties i was treated as an

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"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"Mr richard montagnier. Welcome to come thank you. Thank you a pleasure to be excited about this interview. You have no thank you. i'm happy. I'm happy war and they my friend. Linda garcia says. Hi okay i will i will. I told we've been talking about this interview for a long time because you've been on my wishlist for a long time and so this is like amazing. That's happening poker appreciate you know for for years. We were very private. You may not see my. Can you be private when you invented hard shoes. But we we. Were you know we. I just tried to put out the very minimal but you know it was time you know just felt it's time to kind of take the covers off. Let people know you are yeah. I'm curious. why were you private. I had everything i want had the money i wanted i. I wasn't looking for any fame or or anything like that. And you know me and my wife would just love and life and just kept my nose clean and it was always about other people. It was always about the brand. It was always about inspiring other people. It was never about you know. I think that's one of the reasons. I became successful because i never made it about myself. I was always careful. Just a personal thing. That crosses line where you know. Because i knew like sometimes i'd see people it's like it's not even about the product anymore. It's about you you know. I never wanted to be that. Individ- i guess as a latino mexican grandma momma raised me up to date as humble as you possibly can. I don't know if that's a good thing or not. I was gonna ask that. Do you think that's a good thing it was for me. But today's latino the is a young latina that are coming up. I feel that. I hold him something in. That's to learn by my mistakes. That's why i wrote the book. Because there's a lot of mistakes that i've made it was. It was always about everybody else. I am so blessed that you know. I retired a couple years ago. I'm just so blessed that things worked out for me financially i. i've been a hustler my whole life. I did some great moves with my finances. Investing but i said like this had i not done that. I'd be collecting social security today. And that's the thing right thinking open. I better tell themes you know. Take care of yourself. Make sure that your financially secure you know. I don't always expect it because you did something great. You know that that's gonna come back. And that's the reason i'm doing. A lot of children not speak at universities across the country not making sure that dealt all the young people. 'cause my generation was you know your guy at the be quiet. Be respectful and i did but again i had other things that worked out for me but you know i have three boys. I have five grandchildren. Downtown go get what belongs to you. Go get weed belongs to you. I love this. And i mean i have the book here and look at all my all my notes from all the questions that i want to ask that. I'm sure we'll get to have of that. But hey so you're talking about being humble and we're gonna take back to little richard because this is how we hear him bump. But i do want to explore the space of being humble because even though we have this gomez like behold ball and like. Put your head down to get to work. I think and you share it in the book. When the ceo said think like an owner richard back then was like okay. He asked us to like an owner..

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Courtney Love Slams Pam and Tommy Hulu Miniseries

Daily Pop

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Courtney Love Slams Pam and Tommy Hulu Miniseries

"Courtney. Love has some strong feelings when it comes to upcoming hulu series about her friend. Pamela anderson in a facebook post that has now been removed she wrote. I find so effing outrageous when pam and sex tape was out. It destroyed my friend panelist life. My heart goes out to pammy further causing her complex trauma and shame on lily. James ever the f. She is what do you think of courtney's comment. Oh wow i mean. She's definitely not one to mince words. We have to give her that. She's always been very outspoken. And i think that that's an that's an interesting. Take you know. Because she saw the fallout of it. So i have sympathy because she saw sides of it that we didn't even know an. This is the first time. I'm learning i. I thought it was about baywatch. Because i saw the photos. I didn't know they were covering that part. Would you grow up to be where you were. La la land. I'd just. I saw her lily in the red bikini. So i now it makes more sense. You know her statement. Oh we're covering that part of the story

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French Police Deploy Tear Gas on Protestors Supporting Palestinians in Paris

TEAM LALLY REAL ESTATE

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

French Police Deploy Tear Gas on Protestors Supporting Palestinians in Paris

"Tear gas and water cannons. I'm Pam Puso Fox News. Both were deployed by riot police in Paris after pro Palestinian protesters defied a ban on marching demonstrations in other French cities were peaceful. Protesters also gathered in London, Berlin and the Netherlands following days of fierce fighting between Israel and the Palestinians.

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McDonald's Is Changing Its Coffee Cups to Promote the COVID-19 Vaccine

Mark Levin

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

McDonald's Is Changing Its Coffee Cups to Promote the COVID-19 Vaccine

"Azizia zah stopped your favorite fast food restaurant. McDonald is partnering with the White House to promote covert 19 vaccinations. The fast food giant we use its coffee cups and its giant billboard in New York's Times Square to raise awareness of the week and do this campaign. The revamped Cups will direct people to the website Vaccines. Dog up were information on vaccines and appointment can be accessed. The information will also be available on the stickers used to seal Make delivery bags. Pam who so Fox News drug testing

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"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"Okay Wendy, , we have you ever combined finally. . League and we are actually live in person. . We are saying I, , know I know let's start from the beginning. . So what's your heritage? ? So my family came from what they might lack <unk>. . Yes, , they came here in the nineteen seventies and then I was born here and my brother was born here and the originally came to Hollywood is funny because my. . To my aunt, , still live in the scene apartment building that they first came two years ago. . Wow. . Yeah. . Crazy Ray. . At one point they were invited to purchase the apartment building in the apartment building is near the border of Hollywood end those fees. . Okay. . Feeding in La. . has become a hot property location where values of homes and apartment buildings and everything has skyrocketed anything boulder but I don't know ten times more than it would have been years ago. . So it's interesting because back in the day they turned it down. . To permit building because I think at one point, , they were renting three different apartments or for I mean everybody has like a little apartment in that building. . So that's part of why the owner was like. . Would you guys up to purchase it and I think a fear? ? A fear is not knowing the rules of this new country, , what they were getting into and people were. . I remember my mom being like Oh no no I think that's too much for us to handle its and they could have actually afforded it back. . Then they all would have pulled their money. . So the moral of the story is I would be a millionaire. . I. . Bought this apartment building that's on the corner near <hes> the border of Hollywood near Lexington ear Hollywood handle species have you talked to them about it? ? No you know what? ? I haven't in years I remember low and I was like twenty over twenty years ago when I was in college, , I was starting to learn about like wealth and property and how property gets handed down development of wealth over the years I remember then saying something to my aunt into my mom and be like you guys have an amazing opportunity where you could purchase the apartment building a two of my ex deliver to the state and they were looking at the time. . You know that was a lot of money for us at the time. . We couldn't see how can make that happen. . So yeah all my God as these shadow. . So that's so interested in like looking back like how with the story be different, , right? ? Yeah. . So if would have been me, , I would have been like, , let's pull our money and let's make it happen. . Now no one was gonNA predict necessarily that see ray s off of a place. . Yes has it has become but either way you just know if you're GONNA set for the next thirty years, , it makes sense to own the building if half of the people renting or your family. . Because you can count on them and the you know. . Yeah. . So it's interesting. . Yeah. . Now how the area has changed because it's going through like an urban renewal and so there's all these hippies moving like yeah gentle ricky gentrification. . Oh. . That's crazy. . So you've been California at Your Life I've been in California my whole life except I lived in Spain for about nine months. . Okay. . Senior your college how did you decide that you go to college? ? So I I went to a community college. . I didn't do all that great in high school. . I was very distracted with. . With, having , fun and socializing a lot again. . But it's interesting because I did really well in elementary and parts of middle school, , and so I knew I had the capacity to do epidemically. . In fact when I met up with people that I used to go to elementary school with they were like Oh. . My God. . But you wouldn't smartest people in our caused or you used to get straight <unk>. . They remember me getting awards for academics. . So I knew I had the capacity to do <hes>. . But in highschool got really lost I got really depressed at tie-ins. . There was just you know problems with friends or boyfriends or might focus was health sweat <hes>. . So I didn't actually focus that much on academics. . So in typical in their community college which I loved and met some amazing friends that are still friends to this day and I think something's sparked in me that I was like, , okay, , I gotTA. . Get my act together I got to figure out what to do to get together, , and for that to happen I was like I got a transfer actually get on the and I saw people that were at the Community College for like ten years. . I do not want to be that person I do not want to be twenty, , seven and stuff. . Can you call junk that there's anything wrong with that but for me I was like, , no, , I need to go to you know I need to go to college college and fell in love with Ucla Gone Eliot Matisse Salad, , for Undergrad. . For graduates collection. . Elsa. . WanNa do it from your vantage sociology okay. . Because I loved you know, , of course back to the socializing part learning about people learning about cultures. . Yeah and you know it was interesting major and loved the campus I loved everything about learning. . It felt like such a privilege to take your life and spend time learning rate full-time like that's it. . That's doing. . Yeah. . It's all you do. . Yeah. . So that felt really empowering is you stayed at Ucla Graduate School too. . I did okay I took a year or two years off in between I worked I came back. . Yeah. . What's your graduates <unk> urban planning interesting yes. . Okay. . Let me tell you about the school of Urban Planning's housed in was many years ago things have changed. Now, . , but was housed in the school social policy in school public policy in social planning, , and there were three majors under that school urban planning social work in public policy. . Okay. . In all three of them interrelated to classes together and all that

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"But pam charged with anything in this case no after the trial prosecutor. Leah ASCII refused to reopen opened the investigation. She considered it closed in a written statement dateline. She said in part there was probable cause to believe leave. The defendant committed the crime. A jury was firmly convinced of his guilt. A judge was not what she didn't mention was what the judge said about the police investigation as a whole in open court he said this the investigation into the facts and theories of this is case by law enforcement is rather disturbing and frankly raised more questions than answers. We agreed so we kept asking questions questions like one about Pam. How long could she say flying under the radar not very long it was two months after Russia's second trial when she had to face betsy daughters in civil court over the long disputed rooted insurance money as soon as Pam got on the stand. She seemed incredibly confident in almost like she was in control. All that's one of our producers Christine. FILLMORE CHRISTINE SAT through the entire civil trial and like everything involving Pam it it was completely bizarre voted him La- Marie Up H. U. P. P. Right off the bat she she was kind of giving him trouble and not answering the questions or answering more than was actually ask of her and so the attorney asked for Pam to be considered as a hostile witness your defendant correct sorry. You're the defended defended the party. That's being sued in the incident. I can hardly hear you this. Is that correct yes. Did you hear the question. Okay okay judge. I'd like permission mission to examine. The witness is a hostile witness at this time. She was clearly ready for battle. Do you recall talking to detective McCarrick on June twenty fifth. Two thousand twelve correct yes..

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"In May Two Thousand Fifteen. We're listening to Fam- hop and prosecuting attorney Leah Ascii a week before the hearing for Joel's moon emotion emotion. The two were seated in yet again a nondescript interview room. Ask You was clarifying if you things about the trust famine setup for I bet she's daughters. She didn't say worried. It's common sense. Actually both women were calm chummy in Asan. Make anybody rich person's slack jawed. Why would they even record but this. The dynamic was so odd as they complained about Joel. Schwartz ASCII began just blind entrance but I I just believe that the system the problems. I've had some tainted now yeah. I don't believe in the system one. There's lawyers along the way that the the this lawyer s that's Charles Neagh radio media. ASCII didn't like the way Joel was handling things and then the conversation got a little personal ASCII insinuated. Did you waited the reasons for filing. The appeal were juvenile justice. Somebody's got their. You know feelings her Schwartz. I used to lose it right and so that's really what it is now in in my being in essence about sesame. It's doing a disservice to the the taxpayers incessant. Listen here from the video. You got the impression. The whole situation was just one guy role to ask you and airing those opinions. She wasn't wasn't pam odds lawyer. She wasn't Pam ups. France far as we knew she was elected prosecuting attorney in Lincoln County Missouri Gossiping About Aww case on video tape videotape that would be made public but in the end none of ASCII speculations nations with Pam mattered because Joel's still came out on top after filing this motion. Russ's conviction was thrown out a new trial was ordered ordered for now he was released and preparations for the new trial began as part of that Lincoln County Sheriff's detectives conducted new interviews have used with Pam hop recorded naturally and she made a claim. No one saw coming. Bam told detectives she and Betsy had head of sexual relationship that she replaced with a husband would be for her friend. I never was in not with her. She loved more than just. I love you because you're whatever she was vastly relationship with two women who really aren't attracted to women explain it. It's not like she was a lesbian. I'm intact love everything about can't wait tweet Mike itself but such an evolution of emotional transfer. It's hard to know what to make. Mak- What Pam said here. She seemed to be implying that they weren't attracted to each other but became intimate anyway puzzling by by now Joel had successfully gotten Russ's conviction overturned he was working again with his colleague Nathan Swanson though neither one of them had any any idea what was coming in twenty seven years of doing this. I've never tried a case where I had no idea what the state's theory was going to be. There wasn't a whole and our defense again in other words. It was impossible for us to done this. We didn't know when she would allege. He did it how he would have done it what he would have done with with the evidence what he would have done what the clothing shoes pretty good at arguing. Frankly she was excellent. Arguing however there was no basis to support her argument and the way hey we tend to operate as we like to operate on evidence and that simply wasn't there well not quite. ASCII did have some evidence no witnesses at the top it off. She had an important letter a letter that supposedly incriminated Ross a letter that centered around who else am up but with all her excellent arguing be good enough for her to win this case a a second time.

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"That is of course Joel is defense attorney who by the way let us conductors interview without him even being present. There's nothing that I can say. It's going to hurt them. Everything he's telling us the truth. There's nothing nothing you can ask Russ. That wasn't brought up in those two days of interviews with the police. I have interviewed other prisoners without lawyers but this this is like years later when the peels have run out those our producer cathy singer usually when it's fresh like this and there's an appeal possibility ability they don't want the client to say anything without them there because they could say something that would just you know be a mistake somehow how later in the appellate process so what was different about this guy was emphatic that respirator was completely innocent and if have we learned one thing from this story so far it was that if Joel Schwartz is emphatic about something it was probably best to let him do his thing unless you're pam of course because as emphatic as Joe was about his client's innocence he was equally determined to point the finger elsewhere. I'm Keith Morris. This is the thing about Pam a new podcast Josh from dateline. NBC.

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"So here you are never imagined to be a situation choice like this and you're like never the first time I sat down with Russ Faria. He had just been convicted of killing his his wife Betsy. It was February two thousand fourteen Alan. You've been here now. I've been here at Colton since the day after Christmas December twenty six but I was locked up your urine county jail for two years. The ADM sentenced to life in prison and his future churn was looking rather bleak this one better than the other conditions here a lot better. The food's better the guards cards and stuff. I think tree you better here. Oh something but the amazing thing was Russ was not resentful. He was not better. Russ's attorney. Joel was preparing an appeal just then he thought Russ's case had a shot but appeals take years here's man they rarely succeed by the first time. I talked to Russ. We'd been asking around about him about Betsy about the murder investigation investigation for a couple of months. We'd heard so many conflicting stories. What was the truth but Ross his version of events never changed. It never strayed even when pressured by the police. The man did not wave her. You're Russ's story. His only story was that he was innocent. He loved Betsy. She loved him. He would never have kilter. Oh by the way lots of people say that sort of thing. I've heard quite a bit but Ross Ross was different in what was it like to hear the guilty verdict your heart kind of drops but I was trying my best to hold it together because my family's behind me there and I I can hear them. Crying often wonder what that's like walking out of a courtroom being led out of a courtroom by the bailiffs and handcuffed walking through that door to God knows what being there two years and going back and forth to court ahead relationship with the bailiffs and the main bailiff Mr Daughter he he took his job very seriously and his job was to protect and take me as much as everybody else to give you back over to the jail we had to walk across is parking lot so him and another bailiff on either side of me kind of got the arms and held me up. I think if it wasn't for them holding me up probably would broke them mm-hmm because I was just devastated. I could understand where things went wrong. What happened and why things happen the way they did. I'm not mad broken a man holding onto a leaky life preserver. You really think you're GONNA get Outta Outta here someday yeah but the chances of veto we give an any idea. My Lord things are pretty good. Chance.

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