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"padua" Discussed on Z104
"Survive and the show them flying the donated organ and it'll be in like a little cooler. The first like a snake bite and they need the venom. Now you gotta You gotta jump off of a hell a pad like a helicopter will land on top of the hospital, and I'll jump off with a cooler and go. I've got the heart. He's gonna live. Yes. Yeah. So that's all you get organs from one place to another when there In crisis mode, and there are not usually it's a helicopter transport. But in Italy, then this is brilliant in Italy Earlier this month, a patient in Padua, Italy, desperately needed a new kidney, and he had a match from the hospital 300 miles away in Rome, and the police came up with an answer. The police happen to have Ah Lamborghini that you specifically for rushing organs around the country. It's even fitted with a special refrigerated in the trunk. So they pop the kidney in the truck and drove it 300 miles in two hours. Wow, it's awesome. What's amiss San? The drive normally takes about five hours. In case you're wondering under normal conditions and Yeah. Thanks to the Lamborghini Hutaree con Now he just shit hurricane, I guess. Right? You know, you have to be like what? Pulling straws Who gets a driving man? Would you like to get that game? Because you're literally told. Hey, you need to get this very fast. Dutilleux. There's no rules along. Yeah, the laws don't apply to you Hit the gas. You waking loved that gig, man. Don't worry about this speed limits. Nobody will pull you over. Oh, would that be if you have a special button to turn all the lights? Green.
Did Paintings Portray Food More Realistically Than Instagram?
"The first ever see X. Thirty go to Mazda USA dot com slash Iheart, and don't forget to explore their strongest options. Welcome to brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Pay Brain Stuff Lauren Vauban here. With through your instagram feed and what do you find and juicy burgers who's in with cheese massive steak slathered with Butter Deep Fried Candy Bars Atop Mountains of ice cream and is that gold leaf powering bloody Marys crown with Bacon and corn dogs and pizza and enough already who actually eats all this even during a global pandemic, these posts haven't gone away. They've just been supplemented with. Banana bread. Is Our obsession with hashtag crave worthy hashtag food porn Hashtag moms ever going to end. Well if history's any guide and it is not anytime soon. A study out of the Cornell Food and brand lab from two thousand sixteen found that at least since the sixteenth century. C, e Western painters have depicted food, love juries rare and indulgent than what people have the time actually from day to day. In a press release Co author Andrew Weiss Local said our love affair with visually appealing decadent or status foods is nothing new. It was already well established five hundred years ago. Narrowed down from an initial group of seven hundred and fifty paintings. The researchers focused on one hundred and forty western European and American paintings that depicted small family meals. The paintings span five hundred years and depicted a grand total of one hundred four different types of food. Focusing on a time of change in European and American cuisines allowed scientists to look at a context in which medieval dishes and cooking styles persisted but innovative techniques and newly traded ingredients from around the globe were becoming more well known as the drive for colonization introduced Europeans everything from cinnamon to tomatoes. To analyze the changes over the years, the researchers grouped paintings into three categories according to year of creation, the era of European exploration and colonization. That is fifteen hundred to sixteen, Fifty, the of enlightenment, sixteen, Fifty, one to eighteen fifty and the industrial slash post industrial era eighteen, fifty, one to two thousand. The researchers focused their examination because most paintings of feasts or banquets are perhaps obviously hard to square with what's historically known about how people really eight from day to day. Not, that wildly lavish banquets didn't happen by the fifteen hundreds decorating food with the aforementioned gold leaf was so passionate Italy the authorities in Padua suggested that in order to preserve the supply of cold, no more than two courses of any given feast should be gilded. But that wasn't a daily thing for most people. And just as nobody today is getting instagram famous with pictures of their microwave dinners or plates box pasta painters of your also avoided the humdrum of Hammer Porridge in fact, the most frequently eaten foods which included chicken eggs, cheese milk, and squash, or the most infrequently painted. And here are some other interesting takeaways from the study. Italian paintings depicted sausages at more than twice the rate of other countries. More than half of the paintings from the Netherlands contained lemons, which is a decidedly non-indigenous fruit imported from the tropics and shellfish were most commonly painted in countries with the smallest coastlines but its frequency of appearance dropped over time as shellfish became more prevalent in those
Musicians: Barbara Strozzi
"Barbara Stroke Z.. Was Born in Venice Italy in sixteen nineteen. Her mother was Isabella are Zony a servant in the household of the famous poet Giulio Stroke. while. Giulio became Barbara's adopted father. It's possible that he was also her biological father. Either Way Julia was a profound influence and source of support. Barbara's life. When Barbara was young she received an education in music composition. Truly used his connections with Venezia's artistic and cultural elite to provide his daughter with opportunities. In. Sixteen thirty seven Giulio created a music focused branch of an intellectual organization he attended. Barbara hosted the group performed some of her music at the gatherings there. She was also exposed to other academically minded musicians, some of whom dedicated volumes of music to her. Barbara I launched her composing career in sixteen, Forty four with a volume called first book of Madrigal's she dedicated the book to the Grand Duchess of Tuscany. She wrote so that under an oak of gold, it may rest secure against the lightning of slander prepared for it. In other words she was ready for some serious criticism perhaps particularly due to her gender. But the musical community ended up largely appreciating her work though she did face some accusations that she was a cortisone. Barbara's music was typically secular while many other male composers of the era focused on creating music for the church. Barbara was one of the most influential secular composers of the time and gained a rare amount of public recognition for a woman in her position. The men in the field generally wrote more music than she did but Barbara ensured that more of her music was published than there's. From Sixteen, Forty, four to sixteen sixty four Barbara published eight books of music. The one of them has since been lost. This high volume of work indicates the Barbara's music was well liked however, after her father Giulio passed away in sixteen, Fifty, two Barbara may have faced some financial troubles. She was Julius only air but didn't seem to receive any money after his death. Publishing. So much music may have been an attempt to find financial stability even after Giulio passed away Barbara's work was profoundly influenced by him. Mustafa of her compositions were based on texts perhaps a result of her father figures background in poetry. She used a technique called risky to Tibo llandough meaning she emphasized the words in her music with minimal musical accompaniment. Barbara's bold. Experimental style influenced music for generations to come and cemented her place as one of the few female Italian composers at the is still studied today. Not, much is known about Barbara's life after her final publication in sixteen, Sixty four though she occasionally liked to sing her own work and associated with famous opera composers of the era. She never performed an opera she also never married, but she did have four children who she raised as a single mother. Her two daughters joined a convent and one of her sons became a monk. Barbara Strokes he passed away on November Eleventh Sixteen, Seventy seven in Padua Italy.
"padua" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"Your House your quarantine treating you man. It's been dope I love it. Really Yeah I mean. Unemployment is dope. I get what Republicans are complaining about because I'm going to be that guy that welfare queens. Welfare yet. Let me live off the ship forever. Oh, my God. Yeah, I mean it's been I. Don't know I. Haven't I? Miss Standup. A Lot. Envious of you get into. Do Live. Stand up for me. Yeah Man. Have you, have you? Do! You have any plans to do any lifestyle I. I just got booked for a weekend in Seattle in August and Ooh I. Take that. When is when is it? When is August Twenty first and twenty seconds? So if you have any Seattle, Asians out there A. Seattle definitely definitely do. What do you mean you can't take it? Though I just know, it's in a club. Indoors and you got fly and assume you're flying. I'm flying. I'm not as worried about flying, but it's just like Oh really gathering people because there is a lot of shade being thrown at people who are doing live. Stand up right now. I know we took a picture yesterday. Where like we like debated on posting it or not and I was like oh I didn't even know it. was that bad like you know I, mean I did it and I, it's fine. If you want to come at me, you can come at me. 'cause you guys. You did it outdoors. Mine is going to be. And a club like I don't. I don't know how it's GonNa be handled if it's like the clubs can enforce mask or anything, right? That's what I was so part of the experience yesterday story when I was really. Proud of I guess we all got our individual microphones, so we walk in, and they give us like seven different microphones. We got to choose our own. We cleaned it and so the host you know we didn't. We weren't sharing microphones because that's probably the most like unsanitary thing ever right, so we'd have to plug the cable every time. The comedian switch and stuff like that. They weren't taking temperatures, but they was outside. Everybody was kind of spread. Like six feet or whatever it is so from. Logistic Perspective. It wasn't like the best thing for laughter, but you could still see people's faces live. And Nashik got me heartbroken. Amazing? Also like you know, everybody's trying to do new stuff as I did to. What was interesting for me was like I wonder how many how many of the Zoom Shit that. We've been working on translates to real life. We Doing Yeah go ahead, so so yeah, so did you do like I would say I probably have like four five. Corentin jokes now right that they they work. Okay. Zoom shows are fine as as much as a show. A joke can work on. Did you try to bring? Some of those jokes into the said that you did live and. So I made sure I like close strong, so my last stroke was like an old old, have insecure or whatever, but I did a lot of the new stuff that I've been writing. And there was one joke that I had been doing pretty well on zoom, but it was like. I thought about that I thought about Mike. You were saying that doing comedy on Zoom is like being on a treadmill in space right? Yeah, you're just doing the bare minimum. On to? Like Walk Right yeah, that's what it was. It's like they're not. It's not that they're not funny at all, but it's just like you didn't train them as well as you train or other bits. Bits like you. You feel the muscle atrophy like it was really interesting like is. Of your jokes like. The ones that you wrote for zoom. Are they different than like the rhythm of your jokes? That are live. I think the main difference is like. My problem with the doom shows or zoom comedy is. You have a funny idea but I have a hard time like working on. You know I I can't do it that many times. Yeah, yeah, yeah, because I I have show every day and also have once a week, but though the same people's, I'm not doing it right so. Ideas Funny, but I just can't really work on this kind of quickly. But that said like a couple of the things I said like bombed and that was fun to. Be like. Yeah It's funny because it's outside so when you bomb all you hear like Nice. Birds. Of. Love is if we do a show in Brooklyn and you bomb, and then a fireworks goes off just.
"padua" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"Here was someone who would be able to teach theology two brothers to the friars in a way that would not interfere your fear with their authentic life and that was that certainly is the truth of the one of the strengths of the Francis can in order that they are able to combine such deep and Beautiful Study of theology without losing infected deepens The the rule the life that they're called to and so he sent a note to anthony instructing instructing him to teach and that was something that Anthony then took on as a very serious ISP profession and a task of that he was able to carry forward for some time. Would you say Matthew this is at the heart of why a he is been elevated to a doctor of the church and not necessarily because he helped you find your keys yes The heart of Anthony to appreciate it is to understand his teaching his sermons particular now. He became provincial of the brothers of the Franciscans in northern Italy and at throughout all of this time he was he had been teaching in Bologna. He was provincial but but he was also at the great preacher and that is how away that the at the end of his term he found himself off in Papua. That's why we call him anthony of pot of because he gained such a widespread reputation for his preaching that everyone just assumed he was from there. Now he died. Remember at a very young age He died at the age of thirty. I five which is a kind of unimaginable given the the level of love and devotion that people have to a bit you we have this image in our heads. Another one of those false ideas that anthony lived to be one hundred and spent his life accomplishing all. All of these things. He packed into such a short life so much accomplishment that he was no I for his preaching but then also obviously for his other skills. But Gregory the ninth having heard Anthony Preach called told him. The Ark of the testament and miracles were attested to the power of his preaching preaching in transforming souls and transforming lives. Now Pope Benedict the sixteenth in his reflections. Elections on Anthony. Talks about the fact that There were some really important cycles of writings. That that Anthony Left to US sermons Sunday sermons and sermons on the saints that were to be used by Franciscan preachers and teachers features of theology and as benedict points out. That in the sermons Anthony commented on the text of scripture presented in the liturgy. He he used a patristic and medieval interpretations of the the literal historical allegorical and trop logical or moral senses says of scripture as well as the ANEGADA which orients a person to eternal life in other words in his use of the four your senses of Scripture Anthony had perfected beautifully in his preaching the finest approaches is to understanding scripture of his age. And this is something that benedict the sixteenth himself. If we go back to his zone writings on scripture has called for the Church today to recapture so in his servants in his teachings and in his his his own Exegesis of scripture. Anthony provides us today a great model for how we should be looking and praying on scripture to interpret scripture in those different dimensions and it was because of the the depth of his spiritual teachers. I mean just in those sermons that in nineteen forty six pious twelfth proclaimed him a doctor of the Church and gave him the title. Dr Avon jellicoe other words the evangelizing doctor and we can always go back to these sermons into his exegesis. She says to appreciate fully Y E holds that title or return in just a moment to the doctors of the church. The charismatic smoke wisdom with Doctor. Matthew did you know that you can obtain the free APP which contains all your favorite discerning hearts programs Father Timothy Gallagher. Dr Anthony Lewis Archbishop. George Lucas Father Meritas filthy and so many more including episodes from inside the pages can be obtained on the discerning hearts free APP. This also includes Albano Albano Vinas and devotion and prayers including the Holy Rosary and stations of the Cross. The tablet is Saint Michael and the seven sorrows of our lady all available Algal on the discerning hearts free half visit the I tunes and Google play APP stores to obtain your free discerning hearts APP today. creed I believe in one. God the Father Almighty maker of Heaven and earth of all things visible and invisible. I believe in one Lord Jesus Christ the only begotten the son of God born of the father before all ages God from God light from Light True God from True God begotten Mhm not made con substantial with the father through him. All things were made for us men and for our salvation. He came down from heaven and by the Holy Spirit was incarcerated. The Virgin Mary and became man or our sake. He was crucified under Pontius pilot but he suffered death and was buried and rose again on the third day in accordance with the scriptures he ascended into heaven and is seated needed at the right hand of the father he will come again in glory to judge the living in the dead and his kingdom will have no end I believe even the Holy Spirit. The Lord the Giver of Life who proceeds from the father and the son with the father and the son is adored and glorified who has spoken through the Prophets. I believe in one holy Catholic and Apostolic Church I confess one. Baptism for the forgiveness of sins. Sins and I look forward to the resurrection of the dead. And the life of the world to come.
"padua" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
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"padua" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Kramer is well well on Seinfeld. But I've never seen it. There's always something else to do. And it's a real motherfucker from like pop culture shorthand to explain how difficult that decision is. Shaun's here right. Yeah right here I mean you're next okay Nebraska what about it Meryl Streep's in that issue why Nebraska my prick. She's not what do you mean. Why would that McHugh break? What's happening am I when I go to your lifeline? Dan's death death becomes her. Okay thank you for that. She's not Nebraska. No Oh I don't know what why you think she was parts you to play Brewster Hyun Squibb. Yeah I know what movie despite a thought of that quicker but what I know what movie. He's thinking of I bet you do and you say against you. Yeah Yeah we're just come over here and tell me and then you say something else no title that was already alluded to but so therefore it sort of out there Kramer versus Kramer all right Jeff. Zero the first marriage bridges. There's of Madison County. Yeah all those bridges to write the happened that was probably BRASSICA. It was boring Nebraska. I think it's bridges. Go through so I figured it out. I'll say I'll say what it gets back to me..
"padua" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"That only cradles ninety would know. This is weird because you know how twitter works just can't be more than one crane. I'll crane olds. Let's ask assists The lady over here. How do you spell it okay? So it's this woman because this other woman knows how to spell it. How do you spell it? K R C. That's the tricky part. You in the cotton mouth kings. Yeah so we got her and then we've got someone else in the audience that goes by. Bunny Hey we got one loud clear bunny over there and then whereas whereas Brando tron where Oh there you are hey brando underscore wrong okay. Sub Dog so all three of them. I'm go to them one at a time. They're gonNA suggest an actress. And then the four of you. I'm going to name each of the actresses again. You each get one vote and whichever actress gets two or three votes will probably probably one but if two actresses get two votes each will do the two names I know right at once or consecutively from either okay. So as a team we should land on that option. What do you got Ama- Thompson? This is a great start the Great Emma Thompson and then he beat Anna Ferris. She's cast the Emma Thompson of of America. Yeah absolutely absolutely and where Toronto Meryl Streep. Okay we'll see he's certainly been in a lot of movies and probably is one of the actresses we have done a million times already but still qualifies so now. I'm going to repeat the names. This is open. Vote between the four of you. Your competitors we'll see who you're voting for just pick one that you WANNA play of those three. Is it going to be Emma Thompson and he votes for Emma. Raising your hands. Yeah no hold on. Hey hold hold on hold on. It's just four men who dislike one woman. Relax it's just four dudes teaming up against some lady did nothing to to them. That's.
"padua" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Fifty shades of grey time to kill Bill Volume. One Fine Day of the dead. Don't die new. ooh titles really turned in on itself. Fifty shades of grey time to kill Bill Volume. I'm one fine day of the dead. Don't die hard rush. It quiet split snugs guy was really split was Jesus shut the fuck up and heckle your own your day. I can't talk to you like that. It's his birthday it's you David Sean Up. Maybe it wasn't. It came from spliff nuggets direction. I only have a general sense of what Direction is because you kind of vaguely. I'm sure we'll talk again. Fifty shades of grey time to kill volume volume. One Fine Day of the dead. Don't die hard day's night yes. So many words fifty shades of grey time to kill Bill Volume. One by Fine Day the day's night days night mayor on ELM street if they're cheering me like I'm part of the Special Olympics. The part extra special streets of fire. Yeah just right there. Then streets of fire you gotta say the whole thing show.
"padua" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Sure they tried ride. They gave it their best. They must have strung them up or something at Bernie's obviously as Lee being lifted by some kind of rope. pointy goes too much of a fine nine point when he just see him being lifted up. Anyway Jeff Well the last movie I saw was a career movie called the gangster the cop and the devil and it was fucking amazing. You should be clapping. You should be embarrassed. It was fucking dope. How'd you see it on I tunes? I rented it on itunes Apple TV. It's is what it's called. Oh now anyway. They're the same thing but I read it on there. It's a gangster the carbon the devil is about like a gangster competent. Go into a bar. Yeah I mean it's cool it's dope it's got that guy in Donnelly he was than Trying to boost on and some house I saw good the bad the weird. They wasn't either one of those three. It was like a fourth guy with with cool hair. What was that guy back cheering for? Better weird okay. The whole movie. Yeah Well Guy Knows Jeff Cool. I wonder what his name tag looks like. Did you bring any tag dude. You know you sounded bomb here. They're not wearing a shirt or having a wallet or something. You just scribble your name on too busy watching Korean cinema to make a poster. I know how it is..
"padua" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Skateboard. I look like a cop like I had this shirt on it. But it was buttoned up. But I'm holding the skateboard cool. WHEALY BUD yeah. I'd do that if I wasn't looking out for. SPLIFF nags being. Don't yeah I'M GONNA move on movies. We'll hear more from he later. I'm sure done man all right here. We go it's time Chad. Jeff Data. I mean that's pretty good. You guys been falling office some blazes with Seattle fucking brought. It was worth the massive delay. You suffer today because Miss Connection on your flights lights are yeah I had I had quite a day thanks to Delta. Somebody's like dig in. Dude you get them grab it. I texted like Doug Goes. Why don't you just leave the airport and go to a dispensary and I was like? Oh it's a fucking good idea as I did that this afternoon. Lax Alley. That's the part I left out. I made it to lax and then there was like we were there and I could see my gate like twenty three and then I saw the plane then. That plans are backing up announcing still here. I was supposed to be on that plane. We gotTA stop that plane into. Let me just right there. They will let you do that. They won't even would entertain the notion illegal. Suggested you made it. That's the important thing I did make it.
"padua" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Anything. No well this I asked because my buddy split Doug's who fitting named spliff Snow's Sean Smith. He's right out there at the thirty eighth birthday two days. I've known him since I've known him since I'm five years old so thirty three years we've known each other and he's like my brother and then I just started crying. So when did he get the nickname. When when you live seven or eight he started Smith and split if you get it sounded like and then he started smoking weed so it was pretty much a no brainer and and then the nuggets? He's just sounded funds spliff dogs so it is not the best story in the world. I get it but eighty applies. That's how he got the nickname so you say it's spliff nuts. SPLIFF spliff nuts. Yeah no we'd Knicks now. Looks like how a middle school says. They're going to get some wheat. I'M GONNA get some flip nooks. Uh No middle school saying when they're when they're asking you I'm definitely not a drug dealer said on start there I don't deal. I don't deal with the middle schoolers schoolers. That's neither here nor there so I wouldn't even stop talking about right now. I wouldn't even worry about it. Definitely not an issue. Yeah we got South Dakota crew appear appear in a bunch of people flew in from different places and we went to the Skate Park today. I didn't skate but I was there holding a skateboard. I look like a cop like I had this shirt on it. But it was buttoned up. But I'm holding the skateboard cool. WHEALY BUD yeah. I'd do that if I wasn't looking out for. SPLIFF nags being. Don't yeah I'M GONNA move on.
"padua" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Yeah. Well, and it and it sort of came from this idea of Padua Italy. There's a there's a prison in Padua a federal prison in Padua that that that does this. And I sorta they what do they call it a bread that the pundits Penitani, right? And they and they sell it all over the world. And this is a way to give the pride of of compliment to people who've never really had the pride of accomplishment of doing something. That's illegal and now here for nonviolent offenders, Cook County jail young men now young women right this year. Now, I just opened the. Woman division. It's beautiful eight thousand square feet. To the art cooking facility right seen it. It looks gorgeous. Have you heard of any of your graduates going on to after they get out of prison? I've been doing this for eight years now. So I'm being in the Cook County jail six and a half years. So we now selling pizza to the remains and we out about thousand pizza week. The pizza in jail fade out of Florida cramped from me. Something. The best pizza. About it becoming an inmate because it's gonna cost me about a third of what it would normally cost me. So I like the idea that a good morning. Yes. That's right. That's the way. I look at it recipe for change is the name of the organization recipe for change. Really incredible that up on the internet, and you get to see the whole thing. There's great videos even Kevin was out there when when he was in jail for a short period of time making the species. Amazing Bruno about hey, hold on one second. Let's check in with. Let's see still Cam. Yes. I live here. Now. Now patriots owner Bob Kraft, take a plea deal. An accident.
"padua" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Anybody. That's been looked at. Judge cavanaugh. I think that it's going to work out very well. But the FBI I believe is doing a really great job. They have been all over. Trump says he does not believe cavenaugh has done anything wrong and says he has not considered a backup plan because he doesn't need one. That is correspondent Mark Remillard in the city last night. Arizona Republican Senator Jeff flake, the key vote for the investigation turned up at the global citizen festival with democratic colleague, Chris coons. They talked about their friendship and the importance of partisan cooperation also today word that it. Go fund me paid for Ford has gotten a big donation ten thousand dollars from briefly dead bass player. Lash wins. News time six oh. Three a Long Island priest stepped aside from his ministry. Well, Roman Catholic church officials investigate allegations that Monsignor William Bruce Laskey sexually abused a middle school student nearly four decades ago also under scrutiny and accusation of inappropriate interaction with two adults in the nineteen eighties. The priest was ordained in nineteen seventy nine most recently pastor of Saint Anthony of Padua rocky point Rockville centre spokesman Sean Dolan says a complaint made in two thousand two about an alleged incident in one thousand nine hundred eighty came from a friend of the alleged victim is still anonymous Dolan is the diocese got a letter from a relative last week. And then indicated knowledge of the earlier allegation Nassau Suffolk. The as got updated information on Friday Dolan tells Newsday they're saddened by the allegations and hope to ensure a fair and just determination wins. News time six four the charges. Now second degree murder against a twenty year old man accused of throwing his four year old brother to his death from their Brooklyn apartment building on. No davin. New in Midwood police got that call at three thirty yesterday morning when officers arrived they. Found little Shimron Smith unconscious in the courtyard. He was dead at the seen. This neighbor told our Samantha Liebman.
There are now more job openings in the US than workers to fill them
"Much. And let's come home for a second. Because while North Korea will have profound implications for national security for geopolitics, there are issues that might feel a little more pressing jobs, jobs, jobs, President Trump, said jobs would be his chief concern and that he'd institute massive tax cuts and sweeping immigration reforms to get them will last week, the Labor Department announced just how good the job market has become over the last ten years. For the first time, there are more job openings in this country than there are jobless Americans to fill them as in. You want a job. You got one, if and it's a big if you match up with the jobs that are out there. So as students leave school and has other Americans try to better their lives. The question is, what is the future of the job market in this country, Rebecca Jarvis ABC's chief business and economics correspondent Rebecca. What does this number tell us? We'll six point seven million job openings. This is a massive number of opportunities. What you have to think about when you look behind that number is where are the opportunities? Some of it is location based the midwest in the west or some of the strongest places for job openings. And the other component is which jobs, professional jobs, architecture jobs, engineers, trucking, there is a massive demand in the United States for truckers right now. I, I spoke to a woman last week who runs a trucking company in Minnesota. She hiked wages, fifteen percent this year and still can't find enough drivers to take these jobs which pay in the range of eighty thousand dollars a year. So so the question for young people who say, leaving college remained, what field are you actually trying to get in because that might not match up with where the market set? Yes in well, right now, if you look at the jobs report, the latest jobs report, it showed job creation in really across the board manufacturing construction, retail food, service, health care. One of the issues for young people in particular, if you're. Graduating and looking for a job a summer job. For example, one of the issues is that people are working until they're older, and they're also retirees who are coming back into the jobs market taking, for example, those retail and food service jobs, which we traditionally think of as the summer jobs, in fact, food service in the nineteen nineties. It used to be that one in four of those jobs was covered by a teen today. It's one in six of those jobs by teen retail, same thing the number of teens is dwindling, whereas the number of older workers in that field is rising. From the employer side, employers are looking at people right now. What do they see when they see these numbers that there's an open job for every unemployed person out there? Well, it's an interesting dynamic because on the one hand, they're realizing we might have to increase wages in order to fill the seat. They they're complaining frankly that they can't find the people. They want our workers coming in. They want more people coming in the door for interviews, so then they can have their pick of the highest quality and what's happening is that they're starting to see, wait a minute, who's why is no one applying on the job boards wire people aggressively, like what we saw a couple of years ago aggressively pursuing these jobs. So a lot of employers, the hope for McConnell is that employers will say, oh, wait a minute. You know what would actually get more people interested in this job, a ten percent wage increase, no chance that happens. We'll know there's definitely a chance. There's there's a good probability actually, historically spee. Leaking, but it should have already happened. How did we even get here by the way? I mean, we had this great recession, not that long ago. How are we in this position now? What is the demands of the top flight job providers? The ones that are going to pay top dollar have changed somewhat in that if you're young and you're just coming out of high school or college, you might decide rather than taking an entry level job, you would prefer to pursue more education or community service to Padua resume and hopes of attracting one of these top hiring cubs, especially since there's a forty year old taking your job at the burger flipping joint. Exactly. That is ABC Rebecca, Jarvis. Thanks, Rebecca. Thanks. And one last thing she raised her for eighteen years. We'll untried a woman was sentenced to eighteen years in prison because the little girl she raised wasn't her daughter. She was a kidnapping victim almost twenty years ago. Gloria Williams walked into a hospital dressed as a nurse and walked away with a baby. She named her Alexis. But when Alexis became one of those teenagers looking for their first job, there was something wrong with her. I d a DNA test at a police precinct confirmed that her birth mother was actually Shinora. Mobely think when you left the police station that she was going to be fine and things get back to normal. I'm new. This weekend ABC's Eva pilgrim's spoke exclusively to combine a mobile that was her name at birth, and that is what she goes by now. But think about this for Kemira Gloria Williams was the only mom she ever knew if your parents are who raised you, does that change when they stole you to you? You still consider your mother still do and still she kind of treats you like her daughter? Oh yes. She call Steele gets on meet. Yes, yes. Now, Gloria Williams is behind bars. Camara has asked the judge for leniency and her birth. Parents say they've got their baby girl back who they are. Finally, getting to know. Okay. We're often running this week if you're looking for live coverage of the Singapore summit tonight, hit up ABC news dot com or the ABC news app and hit that subscribe button right here because tomorrow we will break it all down with our team there in the thick of it be smarter than your friends tomorrow morning. You guys Twitter and Instagram follow start here. ABC I'm Brad milkey tomorrow. Are you hiring join the over three million businesses that use indeed dot com for hiring post your next job opening on the world's number one job site indeed, dot com.
"padua" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Be kick as hollywood agents wanted them to star in movies and european elite teams suddenly wanted the american and they got jobs abroad alexi lalas he plays for team in padua and in in our podcast american fiasco eric wynalda tells a story of flying in after his bundesliga game in germany to pick up alexi lalas you've played in the serious scored a goal in massive game and alexi says let's go for dinner is where we're going to a restaurant on a tiny island outside of venice it's almost impossible to get into we'll go there and they get i unlike james bond cigar boat they just zoom out there and there's a huge line outside there's no way they're getting in and lawless just pushes to the front of the line and the maitre d' it's like oh is here and just suddenly like in goodfellas a table is wasting out have nowhere put down that given the pride of place ace on a small stage of spotlight goes on everyone in this elite restaurant is clapping saint louis please sing for us and alexi stops eating is past the stroz onto the stage in plays liters cup from his album ginger and when elvis has looked at it and he knew to a year ago alexi lalas was earning like five dollars a day per diem and suddenly he's living a life which is a mixture of mick jagger and james bond plus pele kinda thrown into the mix and that's how fast and how far soccer king so you have recently done a podcast about the nine hundred ninety eight world cup in france a series called american fiasco which i've been listening to and that was a moment of profound disappointment for the american team talked about nine hundred ninety eight when when the united states finished dead last if you were to go goal differential in france most embarrassingly losing to iran remind us of what happened if you've watched a movie apocalypse now then you pretty well catch the last year of this campaign the american mentality oracle is an amazing thing one of the many reasons i love your country which is about to become mine on friday mit about said be sworn is as an american citizen congratulations genuinely the.
"padua" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1
"I bet they just negotiate their own fees i would think because it seems like they're very one of the strangest cast because they're not ever together they don't even know each other until they get on the towel and then all the shit hits the fan you know at the end of the season they're not filmed together ever so they're not really a cast their lakes six separate entities how they do that that is strange i don't know how they who gets paid more but i tell you people just they hate him visa and they hate george for for loving emphasize that's what is now question i'll what is a why did you why did you want to be a writer for the reality t website was it because you loved as you said you loved the reality t joe's end did you approach them or did they approach you how did you get the gig way around that question sorry all right guys i could talk to you about today fiance forever so we have to start probably i read reality tv for two years before i see them put out all calls like hey freelance writers wanted send us a sample and i was like oh i don't have time i don't or like i don't know what they want you know i don't know enough about this and then finally i was like you know what would be really fun just to recap one show and they were looking for people to recap some shows that were just sort of fly by night for the one i sent him a sample one i just wrote it in one night i like i'd been reading it for so long and reality tv's editor his all call said give us your own voice you don't have to be the voice of anyone else you read on here and it doesn't have to be adjusted snarky just needs to be you and so i thought okay well i can do that and so i recap show called game crown it was a one season wonder on bravo and it was about grown women fighting in padua so it was like perfect to recap because it was so over the top and so silly and so bizarre and it.
"padua" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"The more now right side as thompson right circle senate other lassad in petrol could handle at sasa path great see the other way spooner saucers other left side for debrusk try to get it back up top and thompson will part back into the rituals on mcevoy going off the ice on that quick change crew gop inaugural he went down to try to block the pass across and he forced the aerial pass to try to get over to padua would wooden land spooner rifles it rink wide crates you couldn't hold onto that hot dirt and it's rimmed up the far side all the way down circuit everybody off in a full line change ten fifteen left in regulation rooms with a five nothing lead on a powerplay for another minute more three for three thus far shallower chipped didn't the lowers our little reward oh yes right corner now do you who's kassis also calling off the dogs uh a little both yeah let's let's say yes reward award for sure through leftwing tasks doesn't connect now we on the other way as paul how badly do you think a charge shower carelli want this one on the far now they're not going to get the chance now russia marsha grabs the park hill scamper up the right side of the line on right wing birger onto the right circle rick what plaster not healed a onetimer taunted way out of the net plus an extra two bacon off turned in an in its worked over to the far side beers miller wrister khan in the save rebound burns wrong at a wack it that one and the senators able to control a hot back at center ice at full strength boston are trying to get that that was a nice little passing play their hard pass across from berge run over the past look at the top of the left wing circle he just had that parkway to heal the stick on the one time at them senators coming the other way duchenne he had a pulp checked off his stick comes back to the senators line and the putt rimmed behind to harass can i think we're going to have an ice.
"padua" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Judge now works complications could include a michael myocardial myocarditis jesus christ inflammation of nerves kidney problems bleeding problems due to low levels of platelets amount cardis his mother fuck right that word may result or an abnormal heart rate inflammation of the nerves that may result in paralysis of stuff on you know julie spread through direct contact it to the heirs roughly go out diptheria now extremely rare in the us and other developed countries thanks to widespread vaccination against the disease for those not vaccinated medications are available now to treat the theory is well however in advanced stages diphtheria can you know damage your heart your kidneys nervous system even with treatment you know did theory can be deadly epa three percent of people who get the dive it so you know vaccinate fucking kids already anti vaccine another feature suck one i will get some angry emails about first sure i know from just regular life experience talking about that with people i've gotten some series arguments about that was the former coworkers huge trigger like huge trigger for some people as i found out again my personal life so energize of a disease science cannot now vaccinate against and she dies without her husband at her side because he is a drunken sloppy spoiled mess of a human being and last words and ever spoke to were to eleanor to her daughter to degrading she told her young daughter only eight of the time please if you ever want to be left you must figure out how to become beautiful or at the very least have big debts or very very least padua bros and of course be very very very skinny don't eat padua russ agree with what men say laughed all the jokes and always remembered that ugly women die alone and then herself expired ratra say that of course she didn't say that but i feel she thought it though she may have thought it poor eleanor now left without a mom even if she was a shitty one or dad is not around money and privilege man do not guarantee and easy.
"padua" Discussed on WCTC
"Of the biggest breaches ever in hugh is history that was the most damaging a huge number of social security numbers compromised the personal information including mine of up to one hundred and 45 million americans was stolen and the breach was easily avoidable we talked about here in the show the credit reporting agency they failed us they didn't properly patch their servers and systems that if they install the padua us old disaster well so he was up on the stand talking about the big breach you know what he had to say that social security numbers shouldn't any longer it's it's antiquated why do we rely on them as of course the company released one hundred and 45 million of them the yahoo breach occurred in august of 2013 egged say nate sponsored attack john passwords of roughly the number staggering 3 billion account and flicker and smother yahoo accounts and what was interesting about this is that when mariscal mayor took the stand she says i want is surely apologized to each and every one of our users and honest and she says they don't still no why all these accounts were compromised they don't know how suddenly somebody had access to three billion accounts it's discouraging one of this senators says because they don't the companies don't appear to believe there's anything they can do to truly protect users so another senator got up and said you don't maybe we ought to give them penalties the big ceos so that when these data breaches happen that they have to lose money well that's a little too late because morris the mayor i have looked at this number yes right bruce air when she left yahoo over the summer she walked away with two hundred and sixty million dollars in stock and severance oh my gosh i wonder how much money she would have gotten if she actually did her job you're fired here's two hundred and sixty million dollars you're out of.