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Elie Mystal Wants to Throw out the Constitution
"LA missile is a so called justice correspondent for the nation which is a radical left rag always has been always will be In my view is always rooted against the United States He was on pia X 11 picks news New York today And I want you to listen to this because I don't think she's alone Cut 14 go Now in your book allow me to retort you reframe politics and the constitution by kind of breaking down how it all impacts voting rights like you mentioned LGBTQ rights abortion rights The list as you know goes on and on So are you arguing that the constitution needs to be scrapped altogether Sure but only that's going to happen If we could throw that out and start over with a new document that was more inclusive of everybody that was written by everybody at no point had black people brown people or women had a say and actually writing the constitution or the amendments to that constitution If we could throw that out and have a delegation of all Americans to write a new one I would be all for that That's what they did in South Africa You know when they got when they got rid of apartheid they didn't tax it amendments onto their apartheid constitution They threw their apartheid constitution out and they started over Yeah I don't think that's going to happen here And so instead of that what I'm really advocating for is that we interpret our constitution so that it so that we extend justice and fairness inequality to all as opposed to whatever the heck we do now Mister producer make sure you mark this audio for the future This is exactly what I've been saying My entire life That these people on the left want to destroy our republic they want to destroy our constitution Now they can give whatever reason they want It doesn't really matter to me The fact is that's what they're about
Drivers playing video games? US is looking into Tesla case
"National national highway highway traffic traffic safety safety administration administration about about the the ability ability to to play play video video games games while while driving driving a a Tesla Tesla Tesla Tesla owner owner Vince Vince Patton Patton in in Oregon Oregon Saul Saul YouTube YouTube video video about about playing playing video video games games on on Tesla's Tesla's big big touch touch screen screen dashboard dashboard I I was was dumbfounded dumbfounded by by that that got got in in his his test test looks looks and and checked checked it it out out skyforce skyforce volatile volatile pia pia and and solitaire solitaire all all seem seem to to be be usable usable while while you're you're driving driving something something does does pop pop up up on on the the screen screen before before you you can can play play use use of of Tessler Tessler cage cage while while the the vehicle vehicle is is in in motion motion is is only only for for passengers passengers please please check check local local laws laws prop prop prior prior
US warns pilots of weapon fire as war nears Ethiopia capital
"Of Africa's busiest airports could be in danger pilots were warned that planes operating it bowl at ports could be struck by weapon fire from fighting the ATA because capital the advisory by the Federal Aviation Administration says the threat comes from ongoing clashes between Ethiopian forces and fighters from the northern Tigray region while CFA admit there has been no disruption so far they believe the rest to approaching and departing pains could increase if the Tigray finances and cycle the capital thousands have died in the fighting in the past year any TA pia I'm
"pia" Discussed on The Artword Podcast
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"pia" Discussed on The Artword Podcast
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"pia" Discussed on The Artword Podcast
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"pia" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast
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Culture Myths and a New Science of Culture Dr. David White - burst 04
"At the top. Okay david. Help me out here wool. You mean culture doesn't are you saying culture doesn't start at the top so the prevailing wisdom is that the leader says the culture right. This has been true. And it's the most complicated mantha one eyed about the most inc to Because it's the one that's most pervasive is most entrenched in our in our society and for good reason right. I go into a lot of his historical lot of it. Is this country. America founded on this sort of faith of the individual of pia rugged individualist myth right Quaker cavernous Protestant settlers from europe in england. Who came over in the seventeenth century. You know believed firmly in the in the power of the individual leader to make change happen. All that carried forward into our society today The problem is that there is almost zero evidence in anthropology and other related social sciences. That supports the idea. The leaders somehow set culture create culture cultures. Form perfectly well without leaders. Any group tasked with any any task though cultural form generally speaking of the former around the task. The the the thing that you're doing now i as i get into in the book. The this myth about leadership came became super prominent in the late seventies early eighties. Because corollary to that. I mean along What was going on that time. Is that Folks in the business schools were discovering researching that this idea that basically humans in organizations are unmotivated people. Basically don't need you know need to be directed and manipulated in cajole to work to get work. Done that idea which had been around. Since you started the twentieth century was debunked in the late late sixties early seventies mid seventy s by researchers at mit and other universities in the idea the new idea of management. Was that essentially. If you could unlock the human potential of the individual you know and let them flourish in organization. Great things will come. You don't need to sort of manipulating coercing control and direct people to do work because people actually need their creativity unleashed so that was the famous so-called theory of motivation of organizations talk. The douglas mcgregor stuff like three x three x theory. Why right was the was the whole idea. So theory why. When theory y became the de facto new way of thinking about management in organizations culture became the convenient vehicle to enable theory y so in other words if you just let if you just create the right culture in the organization good things will happen and that's the simplest way of saying the most most predominant Myth that has lived with us to this day. That if you just make make the right. Climate make the right environment. Good things will happen in the organization. A very compelling myth. It's very well intended and got a lot of. There's a lot of good to there's no question there is. it doesn't support it right so huge you list five problems with why this myth that culture starts at the top is an issue problem. You leaders of overestimate thrown influence problem. Too complex change is not happy through individual influence problem. Three for leaders beliefs take hold in the organization. They have to be there to begin with and four cultures not the summer personalities and problem five language alone does not change culture and your research the research that well not just your research with research. That's been done here in cognitive anthropology has kind of blown open this idea that you know as leaders. We probably don't have nearly as much influence as we think we do. When it comes to culture because culture is going to exist with the leader. That i am i in that well said Because i think i think i consult businesses to and every because we need to change your culture. You change you your culture your culture you. You didn't create it. It happened right. It's kind of an organic thing. Isn't it in reality. Well as i as. I write about the book. It culture is as we'd like to say culture follows task right. The common way of thinking about it is that castles culture might just set. The culture in the task will actually goes the other way around what you do. This is the cognitive science of culture in on the brain. What you do shape how you think and to some extent you know. We talked about this cognitive science and culture being kind of academic kind of newfangled but in some ways. It's incredibly intuitive. You know this is culture shapes how you think so.
10 Trivia Questions on Disneyland Attraction Riddles
"All right here. It is disneyland attraction riddles for my friend. Matt let's see if you can decode these names of these rides based on the alternate wording. That i give ya number one eight tom. Hanks daryl hannah movie but with more treacherous peaks number one. Tom hanks daryl. Hannah movie but with more treacherous peaks decode that and come up with the name of a disneyland attraction number one and number two famous inspector cartoon character if he had a green light in a bar top beer holder number to think about that one. Got a breakdown. A famous inspector cartoon character if he had a green light and a bar top beer holder number two number three a two thousand sixteen animated film about a bunny and a fox if it were about cars instead what disneyland attraction would that be number three a two thousand sixteen animated film about a bunny in a fox if we're about cars instead and number four doctor. Henry walton jones juniors grand day out number four doctor. Henry walton jones juniors grand day out halfway through this quiz on disneyland attraction riddles years number. Five clown fish you five seven one trek number five clown fish you five seven one track number six famous peanut butter brands takeoff famous peanut butter brands takeoff and number seven angry. Hot water bash. Angry hot water. Three more to go to close out this episode jessica's husbands ride circle number eight jessica's husbands ride circle and number nine excalibur horsey spin around number nine excalibur. I can't even say it excalibur horsey spin around number nine and number ten dilapidated manor number ten dilapidated manor. Those are all of your disney attraction. Riddles hopefully figure all those out. We'll be back in just a sound effect to see how you did. We are back with the answers to disneyland attraction riddles format. Let's see if you could pull off all these answers from the park. We all miss in anaheim california number one tom. Hanks daryl hannah movie but with more treacherous peaks would be splash mountain splash. Was that movie with them. And of course a mountain has treacherous peaks splash mountain number two a famous inspector cartoon character if he had a green light and a bartow beer holder. That's gadgets go coaster so gadget is the inspector gadget there. The go is the green light and coaster is the thing you put your beer on on a bar gadgets. Go coaster number three a two thousand two thousand sixteen animated film about a bunny a fox if it were about cars instead that is auto pia instead of zootopia auto pm sponsored by honda number four doctor. henry walton jones's juniors grand day out that is indiana jones adventure indiana jones adventure. The funchal papa. That right. it's pretty sweet number five clown fish you five seven. One track is finding nemo submarine adventure. Finding nemo submarine in number six famous peanut butter brands takeoff peter pans flight peter pans flight number seven angry. Hot water bash. Is tea party. That's the teacup. Ride the mad tea party and number eight jessica's husbands right circle. That's roger rabbit's cartoon spin roger rabbit's car toon spin number nine excalibur horsey spin around is king arthur's carrousel and number ten dilapidated manner of course is the haunted mansion not to be confused with haunted holiday with nightmare before christmas characters. And there you have it matt. I hope you were able to figure out all those. And i hope all you other listeners get a kick out of reliving some of those titles of disneyland attractions since we all can't go there right now but hey you could drive or fly down to florida and go to disneyworld which is semi open. I think
Pandemic Advances Scientific Understanding Of Viruses' Air Transmission
"Up, we're taking a look back at some of 20 twenties major events and one of the most remarkable scientific advances this year came in our understanding of how respiratory viruses can be transmitted from one person to another through the air. Krone virus pandemic obviously made this an urgent question. And NPR's Nell Greenfield Boys reports that old scientific ideas quickly got thrown out of the window. For decades. The prevailing idea about respiratory viruses was that some were airborne, and some just weren't so back in January, Thea understanding of how viruses spread through the air. Was really primitive and incorrect. Lindsay Mars, a researcher at Virginia Tech, who studies virus transmission, she says textbooks and research papers said an airborne virus was something like measles. It could be breathed out in tiny particles called aerosols that hang in the air. Those aerosols contractual long distances from room to room. All of that was very different from non airborne viruses like flew in the common cold. Those were thought to spread through coughs and sneezes, big droplets that travel just a few feet. Maher says. This whole simplistic picture was just wrong. There were very small number of people in the world. I think who really understood at that time how viruses spread through the air, and these people realize that the new coronavirus might be airborne at short distances. That is if people talked or saying the virus could be in small particles, as well as the big droplets and coughs and in a poorly ventilated space. These particles could build up as the Corona virus outbreak took off. These experts started making a lot of noise about this and people paid attention. Maher says She thought it would take 30 years for more nuanced ideas about airborne transmission to gain widespread acceptance. But it's happened in months. It's been pretty wild to see airborne transmission of viruses become Big news. Scientific studies came superfast Josh than Tar. Pia is a researcher at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. We're not even 12 months in and We know things about this virus that you know, we don't know about some viruses that we've had around for decades. His medical center took care of some of the first people with Corona virus in the United States. Santo Pia recalls standing at the end of their beds with a device that collected air while they talked or breathed his lab, then analyzed the tiny airborne droplets. Looking for the genetic signature of the Corona virus. We were getting positives more than one positive in the air samples, and I can't say the words that I said But you're kind of broadcast this, but I was shocked signs of the virus were in such tiny particles. He worried that nothing less than the most protective masks could stop it. Soon, though, studies showed that even basic cloth masks were able to reduce the amount of virus that gets out into the air and suddenly mask wearing became routine sent our P A was floored and how ventilation became part of the normal daily conversation. You know how well ventilated is the space shouldn't be spending time inside or outside. You know how much all these things it's changed so much about the way we view the world. The question is, Will this be a lasting change? Donald Milton is a research Teacher at the University of Maryland School of Public Health. He spent years showing how better ventilation in dorms or offices is associated with a lower risk of respiratory disease transmission, he says. We need to figure out engineering solutions to improve the safety of indoor spaces like getting better ventilation, using air filters, even using special lights up by a room ceiling to disinfect circulating air. I want to see us understand how it is that you can make her Restaurant, a safe place to be during flu season and during a pandemic. I think it's doable, but he's afraid that once vaccines get this virus in check, people will lose interest at least until the next pandemic. Nell Greenfield Boys NPR news
"pia" Discussed on KTOK
"Institutes of Health with an update we have right now are to drugs. That have undergone randomized placebo controlled trials. And I've shown to have benefit both in diminishing the time to recovery with from Desa Pia and diminishing the 28 day mortality with Dex and met the zone and then we have a number of other investigational therapies that are in various levels of clinical trial. Ouchi says. Medical leaders and drug makers are working together to come up with treatments and will continue to do so. The number of cases of covert 19 and Italy is rising again with a one day record of nearly 38,000 cases about 16 million people in four regions of the country are in the so called Red zone, unable to leave their pounds and all shops except for those deemed essential have been closed more than 440 deaths in the country were reported today. The number of Dan from covert 19 in Italy is the highest in the world over 40,000 Mid Atlantic state, keeping a restriction in place that officials say will help curb the spread of covert 19. Maryland governor Larry Hogan will keep his state's mask order in effect, which means all people in the state aged five and older must have faces covered in public spaces. Medical officials in the states a Corona virus numbers are rising and there is a risk of another high wave. But Hogan adds, he won't place any new restrictions on businesses, saying current rules would be enough. If followed and enforced. Maryland has seen 150,000 covert Cape. It's Evan Brown Fox News. Facebook has banned a large group called Stop the Steel that supporters of President Trump We're using to organize protests against the vote count in the presidential race. Facebook says some members were called for violent calling for violence. And he says that it will continue to watch for activity that violates the rules. Silently. Scylla. Sarah, this is new. Some patchy fog possible tonight, your Friday evening that looks very mild. Still 60 at 10 o'clock tonight and a low in the low to low mid fifties at American Public University. We believe that everyone should have access to a great education. It's not a privilege reserved for the few And we believe higher.
Why The 'Kevin Bacon' Factor Is Key To Understanding How COVID Spread In Nursing Homes
"In March, when the corona virus began racing through nursing homes. The federal government banned visitors. But Corona virus infections kept spreading. Professor Keith Chen tried to figure out why the people who we can infer work in this nursing home what other nursing homes do they work at Chen Study used anonymous cell phone data to help see the movements of people into and out of nursing homes. The data showed a lot of nursing home workers are like Martha working at more than one when you learned that over 20 of your workers are also spending time in other nursing homes, that should be a real red flag. Chen and his team found that on average, each nursing home is connected to seven other nursing homes. I also found the more shared workers. A nursing home had the more cove in 19 infections among the patients. Professor ELISA Long also worked on the study. There are some facilities In Florida in New Jersey, where they're sharing upwards of 50 to 100 workers again. This is over on 11 Week time period, but that's a huge number of individuals that are moving between these facilities. All of these are potential sources of coded transmission. The California Association of Health Facilities represents most nursing homes in the state. In response to the study, the group said they can't prevent workers like Martha Ta Pia from taking jobs elsewhere, and they can't pay them more because California doesn't pay them enough through Medicaid. But Mike Dark doesn't buy that argument. He's an attorney that works on nursing home reform. And he says the state already tried paying nursing homes more in 2006, that money tends to go into the pockets of the executives and the administrators who run these places. Instead, he says, regulators need to focus on the basics, especially in the roughly 100, California nursing homes with ongoing outbreaks. Right now there's poor access to peopie. There is still erratic. Compliance with things like hand washing requirements, and it's not just patients who are at risk. Nursing home workers like Martha Ta Pia are also contracting Cove in 19 in California alone. 152 of them have died since the pandemic began. For NPR News. I'm Jackie 40, a in Los
"pia" Discussed on WTOP
"On the W T. O PIA. It's 3 28 Way have traffic and weather on the AIDS to Steve Dresser in the W. T. O P Traffic center sanding in Marilyn Montgomery County, another closure in the silver spring. Area North bound 29 approaching Lockwood drive. The north bound lanes are blocked for one overturn plenty of response at that location tried to avoid the area if possible. In the wheat in the area westbound on Veer's Mill Road right near Newport Mill Road. The westbound lanes of years. Mill Road remain blocked also for multi vehicle accident and we're dealing with an ongoing crash investigation as well in the district eastbound Military Road, Northwest Rainier Beach Drive. You're under police direction only a single lane. Does get you by the crash activity over in Virginia South bound 95 right near the exit for Dale City. We have crash activity just moved off to the left shoulder traffic moving much better. Westbound 66 right after 29 in Centerville. Earlier crash activity cleared from the roadway Travel wings are open. No. Two bank accounts are alike. Mainstreet Bank caters to your unique banking requirements. Visit m Street bank dot com Shoes, Mainstreet Bank and Bank where you Breathe, Steve Dresner. W T o p traffic and now to storm team for meteorologists, Lauren Rickets. Temperatures today are going to continue to rise into the mid to upper sixties. What a beautiful day. More clouds.
Governor Greg Abbott Blasts Dallas City Council For Defunding Police
"Abbott calls the Dallas City Council's decision to reallocate $7 million from police overtime pay. A perfect example of de funding. Police. The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas predicts continued growth in the Texas economy as the state slowly recovers from the financial impacts of the Corona virus pandemic. Dallas Fed Vice president Pia or any OUS says the pandemic brings positive and negative risks and include a possible resurgence of the virus and prolonged low old prices and upside risk is the arrival of a safe and effective covered 19 vaccine, according to the Dallas Feds. Latest Texas ECONOMIC Report. Texas Economic growth has picked up with the decline of new covert 19 cases since July.
Sudan declares state of emergency over deadly floods
"Sudan has declared a three month state of emergency after unusually heavy seasonal rains that have led to flooding and loss of life and left tens of thousands of people homeless. Tenaga Chip Coto is deputy director of the UN's humanitarian agency Gauche in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. They're flooding has affected over half a million people and then houses that have been totally partially damaged or collapse was over 100,000. So you can you can tell this quite big is affecting the whole country. But it hasn't to say this is the flood period for her, too, But they say it has been way above the norm. So that's why I'm having this impact currently, and it's the flooding caused by hours of torrential rain or or the flooding of the river Nile. It's both. It's both. So if you look at the western parts of the country that's been affected is more your your flash flooding and you get rain's coming incident but also upstream and when the action for blue now is utopia so intimate, so Pia impacting us quite a lot. AM River Banks being briefed, for instance, the Luminal midst the wet now, which is in factual, that area is overflowing and affecting a large area in hunting itself. And those people who have lost their homes, both local residents, and of course, I would imagine lots of refugees and internally displaced people who've lost their shelter. What provisions is being made for them. So before the rains is mentioned, we have joined season so every year we prepared beforehand we preposition our stocks in strategic areas. So areas where you have your displaced people. As you know, Sudan is about more troubling people at this place because ofthe conflict we have drifted. Jesus. Well, bumping one million refugees in Sudan is well and also in certain areas where we know that flood in the regular basis. So the stocks have them The only challenge you having these days that the rains have been way more. Then we expected so as a result, this talk that we had preposition now running law. We all scores a second. And imagine the health system mistress as well. When you have your reins, people need your your medical medical support, but also looking at issues around your your cholera. When there's rain get cholera. You also have your malaria. Making sure people get water to drink is also a big issue in some areas that are flooded. Schools have been flooded and Children to go back to school. So there are a lot of things that are going on most people who are affected along the river. Now they're seeking shelter with strangers, relatives and then is only the ones that do not money to go to friend's urges, or we're friends relate to that as well. Those are the ones that have been sheltered, using tense or you know the concrete buildings. Is there? Um, any silver lining to this particular dark cloud all the rains welcoming away after a period all the drought. The rain's always always bring in good myself. Agriculture. And also for animals. It means that I wasn't able to have grazing land. But right now we don't know what's more. Is it away the stage where it has caused a lot of damage for the compliments because there are some crops that underwater so The impact is yet to assist. As you can imagine. The focus right now is to measure that lives are saved. But that said, I think this is all happened in a country where the economy is that performing too well. It's been in decline for quite a while. We have coffee like any other country. There's competition in the cases of over there around 13,000 cases and slept over 800. Kids were also having a not breaking polio, so a lot of things that are going on and this is adding a layer off neat. We have not seen the end of the rings, so we expect more flooding for the next two or three weeks. Soldiers stop point is really required.
"pia" Discussed on KCRW
"At edge itto PIA daughter work. It's a 22. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King, and I'm Rachel Martin. There was already a lot embedded in the name Karen. But it really caught on after this incident in New York. There is an African American man. He's recording myself in my dog. That was Amy Cooper, whose false charge eventually ended up getting her charged in New York last month. The Internet, then dubbed her the Central park caring. So what's in a name and that name in particular, we asked another Karen Karen Grigsby Bates from our Code Switch team to explain. Karen has become shorthand for a certain kind of woman. She is usually white entitled and very sure that what she's doing is right on screen. Reese Witherspoon off in place her as she did here in little fires everywhere, So rent is 300 months that is well below market and it's really not about the money for us. I've lived in Shaker all my life that my parents left this rental to me. The point is to rent to someone who can them. You and Karen Attea is the global opinions editor at The Washington Post. And at first, this explosion of Karen's amused her now not so much usually when the name Karen is trending I'm bracing myself, to be honest with you because they're usually not nice depictions. Attea has heard all the objections that calling women Karen is classes misogynistic, maybe even racist. She says. Nope. Someone isn't calling someone a Karen because you know they were born white. That's not the issue. It is a name for a behavior. It is the name for a choice. These Karen's attea says, make the choice to police, people of color, especially black people, everything from their legitimate right for their bodies to be in public spaces to their bodies. Period. Before there was all this. Focus on Karen, there was Becky. Remember this? Oh, my God. Becky, look at her..
"pia" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"A long time right and a lot of content out there But once I've noticed that once you create that. Major Foundation of content you don't have to create as much content. You know like if you do a big push, then then you don't need as much after that you wanna creaky pts creating it because you want to stay relevant but all that content I mean people are still reading articles. I wrote from seven years ago. That are still relevant because the the The topics are timeless and that is the beautiful thing about content I. Mean I. Know I'm still getting value from article I wrote in two thousand, fourteen like. That's not what happens when you have coffee with someone in two, thousand four. Anything from that Coffee Day A. Great Tyson copy you go great tasting coffee. Since you've been thinking about for seven years on. Of maybe not. Yeah Yeah. So that's why I'm such a big proponent of content because I've seen it. I've just seen who Works forever. Well, the another saying that content is king so I mean. Forbes Rier impressed bottom and Mesa huge names that entrepreneur there's a few others. Were huge so. It definitely has helped me credibility. Yeah definitely. Here before you go. So what other free most important piece of advice you have for people starting the business? Great Question. I win say. If you're starting a business. The pets thing you can do is literally do that like just start just start working with people like look for ways to added value to people and get clients immediately even if they're low paying clients, it doesn't matter I think people think that when they start a business, they have to have it all figured out and that is both like what they're gonNa do and their website and their logo just start working with people because it will evolve and change. Wrong. So that's one. To if you're starting a business, I would say you know start to learn and embrace the idea of the numbers and understand them Roy because it's key even if you can't get those numbers yet knowing what those numbers need to be and I would say three is. Join something, get a business coach, join join a program do something where you're around other entrepreneurs were doing things because it's A. Try or a yeah absolutely and and or like business coaches are I am a big Fan I've worked with lots of different business coaches over the years. They've all given me value but they get you so much faster and it's just it's not worth it. You know you gotta figure it out on your own, but it's really helpful to have somebody who can push you along the way. Yeah. We'll call sounds like a good start as well, and I mean I is in its effects of business coaching course anyway. So That's a good place to start. Exactly I mean it's It's definitely trying to take you through some of those.
"pia" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"To grab and and yeah I mean. Watch it. Do it. Email me tell me what happens. Tell me what you discover I. Love Getting emails from people who are like Oh. My God, I have been doing the wrong things all time. Interested. Me See actually I'm tempted to look at this as well, and we'll. We'll kind of I'm not saying I'm doing so. podcast I'll see you doing a podcast row actually has gone. Yeah. I just started it. It's it's. You know it can be a lot of. Guests on and stuff like that. It's. You know what? I did I started and for the foreseeable future in this beginning. I'm only I'm only like quote interviewing they're not really. Having conversations with my best friends. Who are entrepreneurs? Because, I already know everything. But the thing is they're gonna get you from from if it's useful. Ship. People going through this. It's relate it's a courtship during they're gonNA. It always ends up coming back to that stuff because my friends who are entrepreneurs and unsuccessful this is the stuff that they're thinking about. You know I don't know anybody who's really successful in business who isn't constantly doing things to work on their mindset personal growth I, mean, that's how you go to the next level. So yeah people you know my fans have been telling me they love the podcast because it's like listening in onto friends having a conversation I was like, well, that's us. Spicy as. The REC- interview style, which is kind of bottomed interview because we're not best friends yet now. But there's also speaking to friends which had people up nine and you know we can talk about. I had a world champion boxer who are new anyway, and he's imposed amendment stuff as well. He's anxiousness. And in because I, knew we was having a banter stuff out because you know you can talk about. It Navy goes the otherwise low hanging. Admit we're trying to help. My listeners don't know what we're talking about. Sometimes. With the interview style is kind of picking brains a bit and saying that we want to get stuff out that people on about deny exactly and I love and I love those kinds of podcasts when I look them. Mine will evolve into that Biophysics I'm excited up and. Get some good good. About, nothing about five star. Reviews a mine on. Just I. I'm sure you'll get that from. From we did. You. Ask People for reviews I'm curious about. Do I. Didn't I did ask her when I was. Trying to. Relaunch, and then during the launch is good to say causes view interviews at their what you? But there were again there were people at the anew and our Ima- network, both on Chieh to be mostly online now. But now I'm just getting people popping up just leaving the the reviews really fast the RAW. For you I'll ask for you. Hey, if you're listening. To. This podcast right now. The things you know it goes on nine anyway. So people were just dropping this or Google and dropping listen dependence deny and. Distort Review but I've seen some. Big Not biggish names. But I have seen some some names out there people know about. And some fails then they dropped to two stars that have a five star and it sort of messed up a bit. Oh it just depends. Yeah it's just one of those things ready. But. Yeah. I, mean, you talk about content. So the rather ways of doing content is now apart from office podcast, which is. A fun way of doing it as well as an informative way's education and entertainment isn't it ready? What other contents could be out there? Yeah, I'm I'm a huge proponent of content I a blog on my website multiple websites sexually company website my personal website I have a blog on Forbes, which is where I do the. A lot of my, what does a huge name? Isn't it? Forbes? I mean you're. There I've been writing there for a couple of years. So I have. Over a hundred and something. On Forbes and then he wrote a book and the book is My book is probably It's called that s your brand of August. Book is probably You know it's not not as many people are going to read a book. They're gonNA to read an article but my book I mean if you're listening like I, did the book I self published my book and part of the reason I did it was because I wanted a book. Kind of Holy grail thing right as well. Yes, it does. It gives you the credibly and. I just wanted people to listen to me. And I had to say, but I also did it because I wanted to see I. Don't know if you self self published my book. Data Zoya, but for a Publishing House Oh Oh okay. So I just want to see what that process was like. I wanted to go through that process because a lot of my clients potentially will write books and I just wanted to be able to on it. Well, my book has gotten me so much more traction than I had imagined, and so I'm I'm a huge proponent of writing a book because it people who read my book are the kind of people who come as clients I mean I was able to increase my prices substantially after my book was out. If only because so many people once they read an entire book that you wrote right for your experiences to it's like they really have bought into you. So they're just sold on what you have on what you have to offer. So one of the best pieces of content I have is my book. Yeah. Yeah well. Now I mean books does work wonders I mean one I I did my book Toby Speaker and author as well. This is kind of expensive business card, but it does I mean, say you do get the best sellers out there. I mean the things you want full. So it's kind of my mixes well with that as well now. So it's it's kind of a good foundation and works well, with the White Dana some speakers use it as a extent extinction they send it with the workshops and speaking they're doing rises. So, exactly the beginning of. Course. Wanted. To originally wanted to use it to you know get people into my course and I think it does some extent but but I would say you know I think a lot of people shy away from creating content because it's a lot of work. But what I've found because now at this point of in creating content for six years, seven, seven years. Oh, is..
"pia" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"Exactly alike, people will cast this why net and what happens what actually and they think they have more opportunity but what actually happened I did that too so I mean. Believe me I'm speaking from personal experience. We were a graphic design company and it was like we could do anything. You know we we can design anything and what happened was we ended up pitching to all kinds of projects all the time, and we rarely one them because we were losing to specialists dry and so. I would coasting. To do what you you're good at all do what you you know. Best remain. Exactly. So for example, one of the last clients we pitched for before we actually narrow down was for this big restaurant in Times Square and it was so cool and it seemed like such an exciting project and we really wanted it and we were in the last two. We lost to the woman who was a spike she had brandon like every fancy restaurant in New York City and when I when I finally found that like after the fact I think I found out who it was. I was like, of course, we lost her I mean it's A. It's a fifty thousand square foot restaurant in in a in Times Square. We've never branded restaurant before she is the restaurant expert I can't even believe we were in the running for this, and so you know part of the reason we niche down into one to three percent service businesses is because that's what we are. So actually, we are experts in one two three. Prison services. If you know not just because we've done so many of them but because we are once I have an intimate knowledge into this space and it, it gives me a leg up on even like a big agency like if you if you're a one person business and new hire agency, they're not going to understand the plight of being a one person business. Not that unless they've been at before. So that's like the power just an example of power of focus and niching Daria. Anarchist when he spoke to the Lady in Times Square, the restaurant she knew talking about because of the expertise of your knowledge. Oh yeah well. We didn't talk to her I. Mean we were in competition with her I just found out. That she won the, you know she was the design company that they hired company but it was more that when I saw that like good for her she's probably been doing she had been doing it for like twenty years. And she had been doing only restaurants. It was so powerful. I think that really influenced because when I saw her. Again, was like, how were we even were they even thinking of hiring us and I and I know why they wanted this cool Brooklyn vibe and that's our brand. But ultimately, we were new and we weren't restaurant. You know we didn't have restaurant experience and she looked like the better option and so that is the problem when you're doing that wide. Net. Oh, maybe if I you. Know. If I pitched to everyone that I'll have more of a chance. Actually you have less of a chance because you're constantly kind of your have this like watered-down pitch in the running with possibly someone like her who's like a a shoe in for the job what a waste of your time and all my God how much time we spent pitching them like we see of the Pitches we wrote and all this stuff we were so excited and all a complete waste of time I. Mean we got nothing out of that once we lost it. So you see what I mean again with the time, it's like you gotta understand that was a terrible. In fact sometimes times actually worth more than the money that you have got from the united time that you could have got other things radiant in. Such listen you learn from that and what's the way forward from there? I mean the the lesson I learned was well, I don't I don't write proposals anymore. I haven't run up about six years. And I. Listened one. Yeah Yeah I mean. It was I actually ended up developing this model that I really recommend anyone who's less than three per person business which is coming up with a small project to sell that is in place of the proposal, but that gives value. So I call it a lead product, but basically when people WANNA hire us to brand their company. Before they're allowed to even they hire us to do what I call a brand shrink, which is a an interview where I give them their brand strategy and they pay for that which I don't write proposals my proposals kind of embedded in that. Product that I'm that I write but they pay for it. So now if they go forward, awesome if they don't go forward doesn't matter I got paid for the work and every I've implemented the strategy in so many businesses and it's like it's a game changer because now you also what happens is you have a conversation with potential client and you tell them I only have fifty minute conversations with people if. I tell them about this. If they don't buy it great I could've spent hours pitching that person they weren't going to buy. Me On I see that all as found time that I can use to do something more valuable like again creating. A word banded about many many years ago is time is money and these days. They actually say time it's actually very valuable source. kind of almost identical united money. It's not a renewable resource either we can't get it back. Also. So we'll make different from all. The other brand is out there. Yeah, it's a great question I think it's because we really walk the walk. I am surprised by how many brandon companies out there have..
"pia" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"My business needed me to put dedicated time aside to building it that wasn't for clients, and until I realized that I was just working on my business whenever there was time because I prioritized network to find clients and then working with the clients those two things were took precedence over everything else but but when I started to realize. Working on the business and and more. So reach of the business, the value of the business like how people saw me my reputation all that is actually more important in the long term because if I don't do that work, I will always be stuck having coffee trying to find that next clan. So when I realized that I started to put aside at dedicated literally one to two weeks a month completely full-time only working on my business and that was when I started to transition into. Okay. What's actually had? A business coach that helped me See this. What's how do I leverage my time better writing articles is a better use of my time for the long run giving speeches You know doing things that I could do once creating content such a big fan of content create the content once you you as well with this podcast you create a and then how many people can listen to it and actually can listen to it forever. So just a much better use of my time so I started doing that And intern if I'M GONNA, spend two weeks a month doing that the other two weeks or for client work and I need to make x dollars will then I need to charge y dollars like there's no way around it. If I only have two weeks a month to work with clients and I need to make you know at the time I, I said if I may twenty thousand dollars a month that would cover everything all of our business, our life whatever I backed into the price point Oh so I need to charge ten thousand dollars for each project and at the time, and then I need to have those clients a month, and I can do that in two weeks and it all fit together very neatly and that's kind of the the simplicity that I think most small businesses mead in their lives. Because right now usually I see people and it's just like whatever I can get reading these proposals charging whenever they can charge. It does sound complex when I say Stop Business and you've got young I. I just I just needed to at that time I just needed to clients a month ten, thousand dollars each you know we're big projects that and I you know it's a longer story but. But that's really simple right I mean even if I tell you, that's my that was my business plan. Oh, two plants among ten thousand dollars each this is what they are. That's it when I have all this time to work in my business and that that transition is huge mindset shift but how you look at Your Business and look at your. Time. I think is a mindset because for me to say I'll get to clients I'm going to charge ten thousand dollars already the mindset is lie I'm not GonNa do that WHO's GonNa pay me ten thousand. Only people I mean yeah. It might be easy to get t people with. You know the coffee coffee dates has taken Tom in meeting people you know wherever so That's a mindset set. Do this. Right, now, and I was just going to say when I when I realized, there's I was charging three thousand at the time. Okay. You See. So I was charging three thousand I was getting clients at that and I saw but if I can get to ten thousand, then all of this works and so then once I saw that see that's why that's step one like okay now. I understand ten thousand is the number I need to hit. Okay. Now, I can put a plan in place to get to ten thousand and that plan involved a bunch of things that involves increasing the value of what I was offering included, increasing my marketing in my reach. You know it included all getting better at my process and all those things together. It took me about A almost a year from the first time I did it at three thousand till when I get to ten thousand but that's actually not a long time, right? So. Yeah. So when you have that clarity it actually you get a lot fast I think most people just charge as much as they can or as much as they think they can we all have the mindset that we're not worth much more. So if as much as I can is how I charge, it's going to be really hard to get to those price points that you actually need to charge. Yeah Let's. Let's talk about Brian for a minute and so what does someone build? How does someone build a brand that stands out from the competition? The. Most important thing is to me is to really focus on the thing that you are best at. And to have the guts to really own it, I, think most people in this mindset of fear and scarcity choose. which is going on, but is always going on I. Mean I've been doing this for a long time people are always scared. have scarcity issues about the notion that is entrepreneurs taking risks isn't it? But it's exactly and it's kind of that is the mental journey. So to me you know building a bad ass brand is all about really having the guts to own the thing that your best at go all the way with it and have the restraint to not be everything for everyone or Everything you possibly can because that is the opposite of a bad aspirant. That can yet can happen because you're thinking. I'M A it's like. I'M GONNA get. Everywhere only to get some fish somewhere. Rather than specializing in nation and stuff like that is that is that what you mean?.
"pia" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"Point runs their business to develop a lifestyle that they want and what I've noticed from doing this for. So many years is that the thing that gets in their way most is not that they can't do it that they're not skilled enough but that their mind. Isn't right and so over the years as I've evolved and tried to help people get more of what they want out of their business in their life. I have evolved into and now developed this crash course to kind of tackle that piece of it, tackle the pieces that are in the way of doing the tactical stuff. So this is a a first step into getting your mind, right so you can bat as your brand. Okay. So I mean people want to talk Intertanko suffer because the thing is. They one to get a business going and the thinking about some people have money hopelessly. Forgetting the mind. Obviously. I mean I was sailing. Up and doing stuff not business. Wise. But you have to get your mind, right? It's sports. I used to be a five solves that set something. But the thing is we business same thing really to be honest same kind of mindset you need. So some people do think Oh, business money, but you get your mind right but so so tell us about that that start they need, but some could be missing. Well you know it's a good point you bring up because I am a very tactical person actually I mean I I want to get right into the how do do it and I wanted to do it as quickly as possible and get out of my way with all this mindset stuff. Actually the first step in the court in the crash course. is about money it's more that and it actually has to do with profitability. See I. What I think people don't get especially I work with one to three persons, service businesses, a very small businesses I think that one thing that especially let's say you work for yourself. So you're selling your services, you're selling your expertise or consultant of some sort what people don't get is that their time is their most valuable resource and they think that it's actually the there the thing they have it's unlimited and what they do is they. Overwork and undercharged and don't understand the relationship between what they're charging and their time. So actually the first step of getting your mind right for me is understanding really what your time is worth and how much you need to charge in order to make the money you want, and it's actually a pretty simple formula. but most people are completely unaware of it. That's why they work at night on the weekends like they overwork Oh, you need this you know they work for clients or you need this okay. I'll do it and they because they are so not connected to what that really means for the long term value of their business. So even though this is mindset, it's still super tactical because that's kind of just who I am. But. How do people get over work for me having will. Rather, do you like? Some people talk about the eighty twenty rule main district, twenty percent and eight percent lie in forever. Though. How do people the work to? Get to that stage whatever working and they don't see the logic of. Just doing. Yeah I mean I I'm I like to work. So I know a lot of entrepreneurs especially I mean we we like to work. So we kind of ended up here with the saying will work a hundred hours a week to not work forty hours. Okay. So. So you know I'm doing this as much as for myself as I am for all the people that I see I'm falling into this trap But what actually I have found is that there really are only so many hours in a day, and if you're not thoughtful and understanding about how you are using those hours, you can just work all day long and literally not do anything. I mean you could literally not push your business forward at all and for the first few years of my. Business I was doing that I mean I was like the majority of what I did for my quote marketing was networking but I would I would just spend all day with just been days out in New York. City, because I'm in Brooklyn going to Patton nurse a coffee with people all day and it was like I felt like I was doing a lot but most of those people that was like a complete waste of time. So just imagine how much of my life was sucked away by these coffee. been spending that time doing what I do now, which is doing like very high level content creation and like getting myself out there in a way that that reaches many people at once not just the person sitting across the table from me. So that's just one example of how changing your mindset about how your time is. Worth can actually transform what you do every day. Yeah Yeah. No I understand It's good to see that transition I mean I'm from London. So I did a similar thing finger I was actually going out. And doing all do. Similar. Stayed in Brooklyn family. So I know you are not journey you took. Manhattan. Yes or no subway. Yeah. Here on the subway. You weren't feels like I was GONNA. Se me more more sports gear and stuff like that. Person but. How did you make that transition on what you mean by doing more content and stuff at because obviously, things have changed. You know I mean obviously yes, and now things have changed because nobody can copy shops and things. I'd go out wide world and network, and obviously doing stuff online is more the con of what people say the word new norm but. We'll transition Utah can and what you mean by that in terms of shore. Well. So one of the things that I, it took me a few years to really realize this but this is something that I think anybody can apply is that I kind of started to realize that There was only so much time right in the in a day or a week, and.
"pia" Discussed on WTOP
"W. T O PIA a 28 traffic and weather on the AIDS to marry pumping in the WTO's traffic center base. John May selling a broken record here in the traffic center, but we are dealing with a cable operation that's happening on I 66 in both directions. They're holding 66 between Manassas suddenly wrote to 34 heading eastbound. After Gainesville You'll hit the brakes before you get to the principal and parkway. All traffic is stopped. Then they slowly roll you past the situation where Dominion Power's running cabling across the highway, and they have a permit to do this until sound o'clock this morning, So these are periodic stops. They appear to be happening right between our reports. So keep that in mind, and they don't hold you for too long. But plan ahead if you are passing through, and you're supposed to be somewhere at a certain time. 3 95 95 from the 14th Street Bridge through Spotsylvania County. We've got a South bound slowdown into Fredericksburg, passing 17 toward the rap panic, but no incidents have currently been reported easy pass express lanes appointed in the south bound direction. Right now. Nothing is reported around the Beltway on the Maryland side 95. They're working. If you're north bound before the Protection River, leaving Laurel and across the bridge at the protection, they block the left lane for an inspection so far, not costing you a lot of extra time. And this just in on the Beltway at Seattle Live near Branch Avenue Exit. Seven units were sent to find debris in the roadway and again, you might find it at speed inside the Beltway in northwest Connecticut Avenue, both ways between Human Street and Van Ness. Only a single lane is getting by works own happening there and window nation just installed there one million window to celebrate their offering 50% off all styles with no payments. No interest for 24 months. Is a window nation dot com Today Mary DuPont, the W T o P traffic at a storm team four meteorologist Brianna Berman solo. It's another warm weekend to start the morning hours, seventies and eighties and store and then for the afternoon, quickly turning to the nineties low to mid nineties. For our Saturday high temperatures, he index values could be higher than that mid to upper nineties because of the humidity, so make sure you stay hydrated both Saturday and Sunday..
Israeli court orders Netanyahu to appear at trial's opening
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Via Rail lays off 1,000 employees amid Canada rail protests
"The Canadian passenger train service said today it's temporarily laying off one thousand employees due to the continued Holton service on C. N. Canadian national rail tracks in eastern Canada that's because by real way blockades pro testing a British Columbia pipeline the government corporation has suspended passenger trains on the Montreal Toronto and Ottawa Toronto routes for nearly two weeks due to the protests that have disrupted rail service across the country layoffs come amid growing pressure on prime minister Justin Trudeau's government to take action against the blockades that are in support of five with sweat ten hereditary chiefs opposing a natural gas pipeline through their unseeded land C. N. is canceled more than five hundred and thirty train since blockades began earlier this month on February sixth earlier this week Canadian National Railway company temporarily laid off about four hundred and fifty workers from its operations in eastern Canada after canceling more than four hundred trains since protests arose trajo called it an acceptable situation that needs to be resolved in the weeks and months to come demonstrators have set up blockades in British I'm pia and Ontario in solidarity with opponents of the coastal gasoline pipeline project that crosses the traditional territory of the wet so wait ten first nation and northwestern British Columbia reporter Dan carbon Chuck has more freight cars are sitting idle consumer goods are not getting to market grain and other commodities are not getting the ports for shipping overseas there are fears the economy will take a hit tempers are running short and in the house of Commons opposition parties attack prime minister Justin Trudeau who called for dialogue with the protesters do we want to become a country of irreconcilable differences where people talk fuselage were politicians are ordering police to arrest people a country where people
What Is Your Body Trying To Tell You?
"Dr. Cynthia Lee had several mysterious and debilitating symptoms arise and she spent several years forging a path to healing in her conversation with Dr Hyman Dr Lee shared how tapping into her own intuition played a key role in her recovery. And it's just amazing the kinds of things that that people can recover from. And now you've written this great book brave new medicine which is a really fabulous story about how you as a physician understood that. There's a different way to heal your illnesses and your autoimmune disease and all this weird nonsense that we don't know how to deal with in medicine. It was a strange sense that because I understood chronic diseases I mean I was an internist. After all an expert in chronic diseases that was somehow immune to it had. I known about Functional Medicine or even integrative medicine at the time it would have been a much smoother path but I because I had to rebuild the paradigm from the bottom up in order to even get there It took me many more years. Oh how did you come out of it so The first thing I did was I went back to basics. And so I didn't you know I I did secondly just start seeing an acupuncturist or start. You know trying energy medicine or anything. That's really alternative. I was like okay. No I'm Dr off of crystals. No Oh God. Meditation was like like pulling teeth so I went back to basics. What I ended up doing also was distancing myself from the diagnosis and the prognosis. Because it was more despairing those are the name of your disease isn't the cause of your disease right. Exactly this Oughta know me. It just means your nervous system isn't working syndrome. Just injured tired all the time. Tell you why when my thyroid is out of whack. It wasn't just. My thyroid was my whole hormone system which is tied then to the digestive system which is tied to an immune system like it suddenly started making thighbone right exactly connected to the brain which is actually amazing medicine that our entire training teaches us the opposite that there's all these organ systems right tech the GI system and the liver and the lungs and the brain and the hard and the home. And you go to specialist for every different part. You and nobody connects the dots right. It felt very overwhelming And so that's when I ended up I I actually I. I did and you know I had an unconventional navigator was. We had a visit from some friends of ours who ended up staying with US and We had known them for years that they'd never stayed with us and we knew that the wife Pia was Was also clairvoyant. And she said I can teach you how to develop intuition which I had never heard of. I did not know that intuition was something like music or art like you can develop it. Yeah you can practice it. And she was very pragmatic about it and she said No. This isn't mean you're going to be clairvoyant right but it just means that you can learn to to open this other side of your brain that has probably been closed off for a long time because of your training and your upbringing so I So she taught me how to do that Well she me what I needed to do. To begin to practice to open up to that and a lot of it was it was so basic a lot of it was just silencing my analytical mind and being in my body the second part was the well actually they were both really hard they were both really hard silence analytical. Mind being in my body because my body was so uncomfortable and so she said you know you can only heal something that you are connected to. Here's something you're detached from So that was healing on multiple levels. Both that I had to inhabit my body which was probably one of the biggest Steps in terms of healing not being afraid of it but going into it and then also learning how to read sensations for messages and not just symptoms that. We're making me miserable. Yeah always say the smartest doctor. The room is your own body. If you listen to it absolutely and I really learned to use intuition to guide me like how do I choose? What TO DO Is this the right diet for me? is gluten. Really something that I can return to something that I really need to stay off strictly so It began to it. May that navigation much easier for me and And it's something that I encourage my patients to you know to develop if they're interested. It's it's simple. It just takes a lot of repetition and quite listening. There are tools waiting within all of us that can help improve multiple states of disease. We just have to open ourselves up to them and be willing to dig deeper. Dr Hyman further explored how we can begin this process and cultivate greater soft love and his conversation with Dr Andrew. Pennington you might. Here's something when you start to tune into your body and say well. What is that pain associated with? Well it's because you're over working or because you were hanging out with those people that you know you don't have any business hanging out with like you start to get underneath the chatter and underneath the symptoms and the pain to the deeper meaning and that only comes the more that you're willing to listen and face it Mussa research study. I'm sure you know about this. Were were they had people journal for. Twenty minutes a day not like I went to the store and bought milk. But what's going on underneath? What's really up below in their hearts and their minds or souls and they just twenty minutes a day it was a randomized controlled trial where they looked at people who just wrote about whatever they did that day versus what recently deep inside and these people rheumatoid arthritis and asthma. They got better on objective measures over the course of three six months. Which is kind of bizarre. I mean how can you regulate asthma rheumatoid arthritis which are quote Real Diseases? Which people suffer from it? How do you do that with just writing in your journal? And that's the power of this process and I think that's a really important piece that that is is hard to do people. Actually I think don't know how to write what's inside. They don't even know how to listen to. What's inside? How do you get people to sort of begin to listen to that other higher self waste because there's a there's a unconscious voice that we can rant and rave and blame and not own and you're inviting people to do something quite different? Which is to listen to that other voice in your head. That's whispering maybe faintly. How do you get it to be loud and clear? Well I take people through an atonement meditation and in the beginning just like with the first step of the cornerstone process. I envy people to take five deep breaths and just become aware aware of whatever's going on so if there are thoughts if there is some little chatter even if it's the mean snarky chatter of self judgement or it's your laundry list or all the things you've forgotten. Just become aware of it without judging it and let it pass without grabbing hold and going down the rabbit hole with these thoughts and as we invite people to do this we we asked him to only start with like eight minutes a day because of course the studies show that you can literally impact your brain and eight minutes go. We lead people through this atonement meditation process which starts off with allowing anything that comes up to just be without judgment and then we start to tune into what would it feel like if there was a loving presence that said it was okay but said you know what you are feeling like. Everyone's taken advantage of you. I'm so sorry you're going through that What if that compassionate presence was just saying I see that and I'm here for you So that inner critic and exactly and again you might still be in the. This isn't fair. That's okay but if you can invite compassion in little by little you'll start to feel that compassion towards yourself and as we tune into the compassion that is typically when people are willing to like let go of a little of the intense ego struggle of. This should be my way or this shouldn't be happening and it's like well. What if we opened up our mind and said okay whatever's best. Let me be guided by that. As Dr Hyman regularly says our body is the smartest doctor in the room in order to hear what is telling us we have to take time to meditate reflect and practice self love these tools at our disposal anytime of day. We just need to utilize
2 monarch butterfly activists found dead in same week
"Monarch Butterfly. Conservationists bodies have been discovered within a week of each other in Mexico and it looks like both were murdered. Both bodies bodies were found with severe trauma to the head and other injuries west. Did you kill them. Do you hate butterflies as well. I don't kill butterflies. You don't kill butterflies butterfly. Somebody does too hard the cash. Yeah there you go. You can't see them at night role Hernandez Romero was found dead. This past Friday in the Mexican state of Should've practiced this Mitch. Mitch Mitch Mitch Michelle Fuck Mature. Con- sure location show. I haven't called it to mature location of Mexico's largest monarch butterfly. Reserve go figure. He was a guide and butterfly conservationists there he was last seen on January twenty seventh leaving his home. Go conserve monarch butterflies. Presumably Pia Nice Guy who when he loves apparently his body had like blunt blows different parts and a head injury caused by a sharp object so just just a very violent death just a few days. Earlier the body of Homero Gomez Gonzalez was found in the same area. Isn't that huge the biggest Monarch Butterfly Conservatory in the world. Or whatever his body was in a water retention tank. Yeah go ahead well. Yeah so I mean these guys are just clearly the butterflies happy overlapping some dangerous people. Yes that's the theory. Yeah well according to authorities he also had a head injury indicted drowning. He'd been missing for a few weeks. Yes the theory is that they were like their conservation is on an area where illegal logging which I don't know if that's like cutting down trees or whatever is going on possibly legally yes. They're saying criminals they. They probably rubbed shoulders with criminals. The wrong way logging taking dumpsite that or or the the butterflies could be revolting. This is something that we could we could keep an eye on Gomez was as a manager the second guy and his manager of the thing and his nickname was the defender of the Monarch Butterfly. which a cool that's according to the defender of self apparently if you get in the way of deforestation but for profit you get fucked fucked up you get killed you get blunt trauma to the head and dumped something water reserve? That's kind of what that firefly's star is about big big big deforestation's a big big instrument show Akon State is a sixty two miles outside of Mexico City so it's close to Mexico City. Millions of monarch butterflies apparently traveled traveled through there during their annual migration. That's why they have the conservatory. There guys this is not good news for the Monarch Butterfly another blow to to cool insects and you can expect. The amount of trampled trampled butterflies to skyrocket with all these conservationists getting rubbed
Samoa measles death toll now 48
"A measles epidemic has killed more than forty people most of them children in the Pacific island nation of Samoa the country is under a state of emergency schools are closed and vaccinations are now mandatory the World Health Organization is blaming the high death toll on vaccine fears that have left the country vulnerable joining us now from CMOS capital of pia is Kenny the saw the editor of this mon observer good morning good morning from sophomore because it's just mention schools have been closed in vaccines are not mandatory parents are being warned to keep their children out of public places what is the mood in the country well I'm fortunate the mood is very somber as you can imagine it's a very sad country at the moment and when you walk around the streets of energy I mean the people going about their business where people actually heating the warning to keep the kids at home you know initially this this now the state of emergency has been on for going on three weeks now and at the beginning people kind of really didn't pay much attention but today I'm going to say it's it's almost a ghost town now she in the big pot so **** town where you'd normally expect a little crowds didn't that's not happening even the businesses that we've been talking to the you know they say this is speech greedy really slow for the last couple of weeks because people have basically stopped going out especially the kids of course and the W. chose says before the epidemic of the less than a third of children under five have been vaccinated why is there such a low rate there well that that's correct of the do you know there's a bit of a story behind our vaccination issue here last year we had a case in the Big Island of Hawaii where two babies died sorry after the met with the minister the MMR vaccinations and and as a result of that the vaccination program was halted while the the misty gated the course in the in the two nurses were charged and they were found guilty of manslaughter so that you know I was in the vaccination those problem is the way they would ministering to the vaccine and so that contributed a big deal to to the low percentage of vaccinations that we that the people were just scared and misidentified the calls and decided to not vaccinate their kids absolutely ensuring that get lodging from people obviously you are against vaccination process have found themselves a voice in the very start getting to people take the refund to get there too we have a home the message and a lot of parents became skip to get picked their kids to be affectionate yeah because it's been not quite a aggressive anti Baxter campaign focusing on Samoa comparing them mandatory vaccines not a **** Germany yeah absolutely I mean it's it's it's quite alright just when you think of it but here in some more reading you don't you're not hearing a lot of people talking about that kind of stuff the focus really on the ground here and and and be a and this is going to join the effort by the government and everyone in the country at the moment is try and stop this proceeds from spreading any further and taking in more life people getting the vaccine now partially either since the mass vaccination campaign has gone out this group's going up to villages since clinics popping up everywhere you could imagine and it's free for everyone so really there's no excuse for you we must be vaccinated now how will the CMOS health system equipped to deal with the a medical crisis like this not very well I'm afraid I mean things have escalated over the last three weeks and it was it's only being true the assistance of our build upon us like Australian using that that would be really been able to kind of make some headway into the to this crisis but unfortunately that's what health system but I think they would really ill equipped to address such a crisis is this I'm really I think they should have reacted to this three or four weeks ago but the only reacted very
Climate change adding to Djibouti malnutrition crisis: UN humanitarian chief
"This is Connor Lennon from UN news during a three-day mission to Djibouti Ursula Moore the UN's Assistant Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs and deputy ipt emergency relief coordinator. Sore for herself. The huge impacts that extreme weather events such as floods droughts are having on the country on Friday my day the last day of the visit Muslim spoke with Savia no Abreu from the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs or officer about the many Humanitarian Rian challenges facing the people of Djibouti. She began by calling on the international community to urgently confronts the crisis. The booty provides a a clear example of the urgency to take immediate action to confront the climate crisis and to protect the most vulnerable. The country is extremely vulnerable to climate change with large areas of the territory exposed to extreme weather conditions beach each drought flooding and the humanitarian impact of the extreme weather events in the climate crisis is very visible in jeopardy so let's talk a bit about the mitering of describing crisis here. What's the one thousand situation in the counter right now. The harsh the weather conditions and extreme weather events coupled with the high levels of poverty have left at least one third of the population which is more within two hundred eighty thousand people in chronic levels of food insecurity malnutrition rates are also worrying and are considered to be it an emergency level under global standards and the country's also supporting and AC-. We stand hosting a large number of refugees and migrants here and what's the situation of the migrants here. The global displacement crisis has a direct impact on Djibouti. The country's now home to more than thirty thousand refugees and asylum seekers and half of them are children children from Somalia if Yo- Pia area and Yemen and on top of the refugees there's more than one hundred thousand migrants mainly from Ethiopia. NOPE did live in the country. Conflict Insecurity and extreme hardship in neighboring countries have driven refugees and migrants to leave their homes. This increases the need of humanitarian assistance in the country. What are the United Nations. They might have his Asia was doing to response to these needs sent is and what else has to be done to support the might assistance here in the United Nations and agencies and NGOs are present in the country this year the United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund allocated for million dollars for life saving assistance in Djibouti this funding head tremendous mendes impact on the lives of people who needed it the most and that's why I call on the international community to keep supporting the humanitarian response one's in Djibouti at the same time urgent action required to address the impact of climate change and particularly to address the underlying nine courses of poverty and reach a sustainable development. The world has to take action to mitigate the effects of climate change now.
Eye Care For Our Kids With Dr. Emily Ceisler
"Name is Emily Heisler. I'm a physician. I'm a pediatric theatric ophthalmologist in Manhattan I have two offices on the upper west side and in Tribeca and I teach a at NYU and I do my surgeries at Nyu you I am arm and actually a mom is probably been my most important job in life although I love what I do. My kids are nineteen and twenty one. They're both in college so I now. I'm an empty. Nester and that's a whole nother gun conversation but but my kids are awesome and and so my my daughter Carmen started she was probably like her. No almost two she started doing in this thing where she was like bringing a lot and squinting and doing a little bit of like head tilting and stuff like that and we didn't know what to what to make out of it it was it was kind of. We didn't know if she was being funny. We enough. It was like a tick. I brought her to a doctor. not our normal doctor. We're we're vacationing somewhere and he's said tick. Show probably do this and she'll outgrow it. You know maybe one day and you know I got connected with Dr Size layer and and that was not the that was not the situation at all. Um mm so I I think we went one time and we weren't sure right you talk the first time I saw her. you brought her in for exactly that reunion and obviously there are tons of things that little kids do and sometimes they mean something sometimes they don't so that's why obviously it's always good to get it. Chuck is often. It's nothing and you can kind of. Just piss a buy in and say nope. It's nothing and I'm not actually even sure that that was something related to a problem how much she ended up having because at that age you know they they do do a lot of these funny things that can sometimes really not hard to communicate with them when they're so little and that was kind of what was a major amazing by watching you. It's like how do you ask a kid. That doesn't know the alphabet yet. You know how do you get them. I'm to communicate to you if what what they're seeing and so what are what are some for like very early toddler years whereas if you feel like you know your kid needs to get their eyes checked out number one water. What a red flags. which would we be looking for and number two? What is your process as a doctor. We're trying to communicate with these little. Peo- yep well so a lot of red flags are really going to be put there by your pediatrician because when kids are little obviously particularly infants they don't have a lot of ways of communicating and there's a lot of things that are important pick up early early but that as a mom you might not see and so your pediatrician is at each well visit looking for specific things. I mean I I think our pediatricians are so amazing because we ask them to do so much and look for so much pick up all these things and you know what most kids are fine and and there's nothing but then sometimes there is we need them to find that and then they're going to send you to a specialist as a mom you gotta just. I trust your mom instinct because there are plenty of so on on the contrary to what I just said They're planning times when MOMS come in and they say I I keep asking my pediatrician Putian things. Everything's fine but I feel like there's something wrong and you'd be amazed how often there is something wrong and MOMS know and you've got to trust them and that's one thing I teach my residents and medical students is listened to moms. If you're a pediatric sub specialists you really we really really have to trust moms and yeah. We're all particularly first time. MOMS there's a lot of crazy thoughts that go through our head and a lot of irrational things that that that we may say or do or you know notice in our kids that are nothing and at the same time you really have to listen because of a Momma's concerned about something you gotta listen to that concern. It may be nothing but it's worth checking out so we do see that now part to your question. How do we examine kids and check their vision when they're little so first of all again big bias because I'm a pediatric sub specialists that kids are not just little adults and they need to be seen differently and treated differently. you know as you know in my office. We really only do kids and we do adult. I muscle problems but we really are pretty biased with everything is for kids so our waiting room is kid friendly and our staff kid friendly and they're really trained and trained and trained beyond to be great with kids and great with MOMS because half the battle to get the information is making kids feel comfortable and happy and an enjoy it and so we try and make everything game and fine has to be age appropriate different ages demand different things but if it's fun and they feel like they're playing games aims so many times kids will come in and they're so nervous really scared about what's GonNa Happen and if they walk out like skipping and saying I want to come back. We've done our job because all of that is just to get the information in adult you just ask them to do it and they bill it. Totally different with kids in every age is different but you know what once you've been doing this for a long time you get good at different ages and stages and and doing what you need to do to get the information but you know with Carmen even though at the time I think the concerns that she had raised for you. the mayor may not have ultimately been related to what she ended up having it got you in to have a full exam and the full exam is where we get all the information so once we I know that I think I probably said to you right now. We don't really have to worry about this. She's fine but she is something. That's a risk risk factor for emily opium. Which is some people lazy I yeah and most people have never heard the word Amplio Pia. They may gave her lazy. I one of the reasons lazy is a tough word. In kind of the world is that people use it for different things. Some people use lazy. I'm meaning the I. Crosses or Wanderers on. I had an uncle that has I would cross in yet. One I that would cross enter couldn't look at you and I thought that that was lazy. I until I eight met you and Karma had lazy right so the reality is lazy doesn't really mean it. It's not it's our medical term right so it means whatever people use it to means enes people use it for both and in fact I think in the world most people use it more for what your time met with your uncle like and the real word for that is strong business and ends for businesses any kind of muscle problem where the eye turns in or out whereas Ambrogio Pia it which is what Karma has is when the eye looks perfectly normal. Let's perfectly straight but the brain isn't using one of the is or something's both of the is but more often one as well as it should. The brain is not getting that visual information and therefore not developing normal healthy vision which is so important and that's what I found to be so interesting. I mean not only do I want my daughter to to see well well but that idea that she had one either was working just fine and one. I that wasn't jerky working just fine and that you tend to compensate obviously asleep to the I that is stronger and you know what you taught me is that it's important especially as you are growing to have your brain be community communicating communicating properly with both eyes so that we need to not just adjust the is so they can be seeing better but also for brain development hundred
Refugees And Dealing With Them Fleeing Libya To Europe
"Least forty refugees and migrants are feared dead. After a boat carrying dozens of people across the mediterranean sea on route to europe europe capsized tuesday morning off the coast of libya according to the libyan coast guard some sixty five migrants and refugees mostly from sudan were rescued with the help of local fishermen the associated press reported at least five people were confirmed dead including women and child from morocco whose bodies were recovered near the western town of homes seventy five five miles east of tripoli with tuesday's tragedy the number of migrants and refugees who've lost their lives in the mediterranean in two thousand nineteen is it's up to nine hundred just last month about one hundred fifty people including children mostly from africa drowned off the coast of libya in a separate shipwreck brek according to the un high commissioner for refugees rescue operations for the latest migrants shipwreck continued to be underway the final death toll may be even higher this latest this disaster comes as far right european leaders like the italian deputy prime minister and minister of the interior matteo salvini continue to criminalize refugees and migrants this as well as humanitarian aid workers who often lead search and rescue missions in the atlantic in the mediterranean this june police in italy arrested corolla rakhat the thirty one year old german captain of the sea watch rescue ship after vessel collided with an italian border police boat when she attempted to docket and italian alley in port and in two thousand seventeen pia clamp also a member of c watch was arrested at the same port and charged with assisting so-called illegal immigration clamps currently awaiting trial and faces up to twenty years in prison if convicted for more we go to geneva where we're joined by charlie oxley u. N. high commissioner for refugees jeez global spokesperson for mixed migration mediterranean and africa welcome to democracy now charlie actually can you explain what just happened this latest shipwreck shipwreck and what the casualties are well once again we morning yet another the tragic incident resulting from people trying to flee the war and violence <hes> in libya. The rescue operation is still underway a but what we understand from our teams who are there on the ground speaking with survivors a boat left in the early hours of yesterday morning very soon came into distress appears the forty people who have now drowned on the mediterranean and and this is just the latest and a series of drownings people taking these similar similar journeys to this one each time we do see a outpouring of public sympathy empathy expressed from all corners but we're calling now for those sentiments to be translated into meaningful action u._n._h. This house proposed a way forward. There's a number of ways we can improve search and rescue capacity at sea and get refugees libya so they don't take these boats in the first place but this situation cannot continue as is so explain who was in this ship before and it <hes> before before the shipwreck and explain why they couldn't get to land this group <hes> it's very similar to the kinda groups. We often see departing from libya. It's a mixed group of people of refugees and migrants around a third from refugee producing country so in the east and west of africa we currently have more than fifteen unresolved conflicts insecurity in different areas and particularly in places like a retriever aaron and somalia and sudan in in the east. Mali and burkina faso's in the west people. They're fleeing ongoing fighting by armed groups and are in need of refugee protection at the same time we do see secondary movement from countries neighboring those countries because their asylum silence systems are in need of strengthening and then needs to be strategic development assistance when people don't feel safe and feel they're able to make the most of economic opportunities that will allow them in their families to survive we see a rising trend of people putting their hands in that lives in the hands of smugglers and traffickers who commit a range of human rights abuses and they're responsible for putting people in these flimsy and uh unseaworthy boats that have often little hope of reaching dry land unattached court ruled two weeks ago that the spanish humanitarian ship open arms which choose waiting off the italian island of lampedusa carrying nearly one hundred fifty rescued migrants and refugees should be allowed to dock in italy. This was in defiance of a ban by italy's as far right interior minister and deputy prime minister matteo salvini in a statement issued by his office savini said quote. I continue and we'll continue denied landing to those those who claim to bring illegal immigrants always and only in italy savino also said he'll continue to defend italy's borders and say quote no to disembarking. Can you talk about the significance what this means for migrants that say this is different legal and logistical restrictions being placed on them mm-hmm therefore needs to be acknowledged and supported and not criminalized no stigmatize there are suggestions by some that these ngos <hes> collaborate with smugglers aid illegal migration but we see no evidence for that at different times teams in the last year there have been no ngo boats operating search and rescue on the central mediterranean and yet actually the average number of departures has increased when we look more closely at the situation it becomes clear that it's the push factors that people leaving behind line the wall violence and human rights abuses the escalating violence in libya since april has a much bigger motivating factor than any any kind of potential pull factor of the presence of ngo booze pant clamp. The german captain of a refugee rescue ship who now faces is prison time in italy after rescuing hundreds of refugees in the mediterranean has refused to accept award given her in july on behalf of the city of paris paris clump wrote on facebook last week that paris mayor hidalgo and the city of paris pope one award a medal for my solid darrien action in the mediterranean sea because our crews worked to rescue migrants from difficult conditions on a daily basis at the same time. You're police are stealing blankets from people. Oh you forced to live on the streets while you raid protests and criminalize people that are standing up for rights of migrants and asylum seekers clem said she was awarded the grandville metal last month alongside caroline raquet. <hes> fellow member of the refugee rescue organization see watch two years ago. Oh clemson ship was seized by authorities in italian port and choose eventually church with assisting so-called illegal immigration. She's currently awaiting trial facing up to twenty years in prison if convicted charlie actually if you could comment on the stakes for people who are trying to help those who might diet see and are well. I think the frustrations frustration sees expresses. The <hes> understandable i mean ngop boats are picking up people who are in a desperate state. That's be clear people. Don't take these boat vote journeys. They are aware that these journeys could often be fatal and nobody puts their own lives and the lives of their families at risk in that way unless they feel the better off on the water on the land so when ngos pick the pick people up in rescued him in the see. They're all well. Dean is not then over there then stranded at sea for days on end while states have often engaged in political back and forth trying to see who can most shift responsibility onto others. I think what's needed now is for the toxicity in the political michael debate to be removed and more objective perspective to come in here. The number of arrivals reaching european shows are really down significantly -nificant. We're no longer in a situation like we saw in twenty fourteen in the immediate years that followed where we saw incredibly high numbers way back to pre-crisis levels but yet deaths remained broadly the same <hes> so we're no longer in a crisis of arrivals here we're in a crisis of deaths in and that needs to be some soul searching about whether european willing to engage with people who are seeking asylum on their doorstep sta. You have said one in six or one in seven people die at sea. Can you explain where they are dying. What what is the route. They're taking and talk about why libya is such a critical place for them and where they're coming from
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ICYMI: Sports Photography with Peter Read Miller
"Talking Tech is brought to you by WICKS DOT COM creatine published a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website. Today that's W.. I. X DOT COM in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of whic special offer for talking tech listeners. What if you can spend three hours with Peter Remillard learning all about sports photography that is on the agenda at f sixty four? It's a conference coming up soon. Peter Miller has a long career in sports. Photography used to C._B._S.. Sports most rated photographer doing football for the A._B._C.. Got A lot of great credentials. Tell everybody about what we can do with you. Well what we're GONNA do at f sixty four live is <hes>. We've got some players. We've got some college players who are GonNa come. Amount so we can really shoot because that's hard thing about sports. It's not like we can sit here and we can do class portrait photography in your garage essentially but to actually get people to shoot action. That's why all my workshops are centered around events here here. We've only got three hours so we've got <hes> a group football players are going to run some place for us. I will kind of warm everybody up by showing my work and then we'll go out. We'll shoot in the field and hopefully we'll have time to download and critique bills but the F. Sixty four cost together <hes> it's one hundred forty nine dollars and it's f sixty four live and they have a website which is for live dot com so you can check it out there until everybody the dates again August seventeenth okay through corona in the Corona Civic Center already. Tell everybody about you and you gotTa Youtube show now. Tell everybody about that well. I started doing youtube about a year ago and we've got I think fifteen sixteen videos up <hes> just different topics. Of Photography Sports Photography <hes> some critiques <hes> I talk about equipment. Sometimes I talk about editing workflow. It's it's an ongoing thing there we're going to actually we're going to <hes> film a couple more tomorrow morning so <hes> I'm. I'm just trying to get to word out help people out <hes> you know in key people informs share my knowledge and <hes> it's been a lot of fun and of course you did a book on sports photography. What's it's called period Miller on sports photography however <hes> warning caveat it is now out of print? Oh okay so <hes> you can still find copies around the electronic copy e book still available recurrently of sixty four August seventeenth corona rona go to sixty four DOT DOT COM F sixty four dot com makes me f sixty four live dot com if anybody hasn't gotten the connection f sixty four is the F. stopped after thirty two which we'd be lucky to find on many of these days yeah right yes to be that way up. My I think my hands at twenty two most doesn't do now yeah yeah so sixteen. Peter Reid Miller. Thank you so much. We're talking tech with us. I'm Jefferson Graham. You can find me on twitter at Jefferson Graham Peter they find it. Pia Read Miller Dot com is the best place or the osbournes photography with Peter Reid Miller on youtube all right. Thanks everyone for listening. I'll be back tomorrow with another wicket from the world attack these days businesses of all sizes need an online presence. Whether you're an established name <unk> a brand new startup or something in between you WanNa make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll find all the tools you need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online nine email marketing tools and accustom domain to name a few wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your site anyway. You want plus. Everything is optimized for any.
"pia" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast
"Friends. Welcome to the beach Pia Booker. He's forever. What's going on? I'm good in this moment. How are you in this moment? Okay. That's pretty good. I guess how was your weekend along? It was a lot of moving and things. So what do you mean moving thing and moving moving? Are you moving homes? No, no, no. I told you last week. Oh, right. Right, right, right, right. Did you relax afterwards? The little pasta Sunday dinner, no pasta, Sunday, would we make last night? Something on the grow. Oh. Chicken lemon chicken. It was great. So, yeah, I did relax with that. But it didn't drink yesterday. I felt that I drank on Friday and Saturday. And I was like, no more boost did where did you do that? Ray just nothing really. I came home after work and had a couple of drinks. And then we went to my girlfriend's sisters on Saturday for a big dinner and had a few drinks there. And I just, you know, like two days in a row. And I was like, I just don't feel like drinking again. How mature of you? Yeah. Check me out. I had an okay weekends. It was I almost feel like the world and humans are on this loop and keep on living, the same experiences during the same things over and over again. I don't ever really think we become much smarter or truly learned that much from our path. 'cause I know listen, I'm forty one now and I know that I should get more sleep and this weekend, it all came flooding like just not even not Zayed's like the opposite. Like I was feeling depressive thoughts. And I know it's because of lack of sleep last night. Thankfully, I got a lot of sleep. So today, I'm feeling better. I don't know how much more sleep can truly.
"pia" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"You go. That's what you get Howie Mandel GIO Photoshop him fake gift certificate. There's more to it than that. But yes that is part of it. That'd be official earliest look like it's official now another clip here for much twelve we do in this one bothers me because do not a lot of people know that I Chris locks mono-, heavy nickname on the grill show. I also am maxa patta. Now, the reason I say not a lot of people because people think that there is a guy who works on the show and his name is max is a Pat. It's better way better than what is what I'm named. After one Intuit is better. Because usually when atom says max paddock it's followed by something. I've done wrong or that. He's upset about me for. So I'm gonna fire this max. Yeah. Keep that. Chris guy is kind of cool. Yeah. Dr drew was one of those people. But he actually thought it was max, Pat, which is the most Celtic whatever it's still the best and it was my name in. I think both of their phones still is Adam whatever I have. I haven't parentheses after your name. Thank that's only case ever get head injury. Or something happens. I can't remember who you are. All right. But this one is a nother name that Adam had trouble with growing many many year girl show, eight thirty eight featuring Pia Zadora David wild Alison Rosen and Brian Bishop. This one's from June twenty twelve adamant love line. He always thought her name was P Zadora the way he pronounces. It. Sounds like p is a door of saying that. But we always thought it was pronounced. So we finally is going to get down to brass tacks. And asked Pia has anybody ever mistaken and said her name that way, or where did you get this was this on advertisements or just how people referred to her? And he predicts that she's had a very disappointing response. And it goes a little something like this. Now, by the way, I this drives me insane. But Pia Zadora. I know. Her name was always p as door. That's how they would say. There should go the door. They never said Pia Zadora here. Let me tell you how my life works. I know I've known peeling. P p is a name. Everybody should not when I talked to her. It's going to be wildly disappointing to me because I've had this happen a million and ten times in my life. She's out there. I don't think. So she looked she. No, I'm not talking about the physicality. She looks great. I saw I saw twenty minutes ago, but she could've age twenty minutes, twenty minutes. Tough. Twenty minutes are green rooms. She's been going to space or being a president dryer. Beautiful beautiful young. No, wait a minute. Turns you into an apple magnet trying to trying to get my plump prune thing work down, but grape Terezin. There you go. That's what you'll do. No. I'm going to ask because I swear on my entire childhood. She was called P as door, and I called her p is a door. I didn't know her name was Pia is the door. Like Steve Martin was never called s. Tis martin. He was called Steve Martin like there was a pause between the first and the last name, David wild, not de avid. Well, you know, what I'm saying more than you know. No. She was p is a door at damn Corolla. It was even worse. It'd be like a dim Pearl. So I'm going to ask her about that. And she's got no idea. What I'm talking about? You stop talking. That's going to drive insane. I feel like we should put money on this. I agree. She's going to have no idea you're talking about like one of the one of the craziest. I learned this early often I've been burned almost every time. But when Leif.
"pia" Discussed on KOMO
"Theo Pia sources in the aviation community say it appears a bird or some other foreign object hit a sensor meant to control the stabilization systems on the plane. This source of safe pilots, initially followed procedure and shut down the control system that was causing the plane to dive, but then inexplicably. One of the pilots turned it back on the plane crashed one hundred and fifty seven people died. John Nance navy H analyst for ABC news, the procedures had been followed. Neither of these airplanes crashed ABC report see THEO Pia may release its preliminary findings about the crash as early as tomorrow earlier in the day. Boeing Warren, the media to wait for the official report would appears Amazon's about to move thousands of employees out of. The city of Seattle. Komo's Charlie Harger has the story worldwide operations team, which is currently based in Seattle. We'll see his offices moved to Bellevue thousands work on the team. The first batch of employee's makes the move later this month with the entire process expected to take four years. This move comes amid continuing friction between Amazon and the city of Seattle and a not so subtle jab. From a company spokesperson who confirms the move to coamo and praises bellevue's business friendly environment. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. We're starting to get lawmaker reaction to Amazon's move Seattle city council woman Shama so want to Amazon critic says the city is quite friendly to big business despite the company saying they wanted a more business friendly environment. For the most part. The corporate lobbyists that is why that if the Amazon dot mayor's office has not responded to our request for comment number of people who've died of cancer has gone down significantly. But experts find that certain groups still have higher cancer risk like people of color in those with less education. Komo's sue Romero reports the nineteen nineties cancer deaths of decreased by about twenty seven percent in the US. But the American Association for cancer research finds that less educated people are more likely to continue with higher risk behaviors like smoking being overweight and drinking too much alcohol because they often don't have access to support services or time to seek them out. Rachel Sabaot with Fred hutch says it depends on the at risk group and the cancer, for example, African American men experience practicing and colorectal cancer at a much higher rate than other populations. She says the behaviors mentioned are changing like lack of physical activity or drinking too much. And is the main message for everyone when it comes to preventing cancer. See romero? Komo news time seven thirty four. Aaa.