17 Burst results for "Paquet"
"paquet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Your face. Wait a minute. I have a question because this is what I've always been looking for in life, right? Like for many, many years, I would buy Hands and I would get them in the mail and I would try them on and I'd be mad because they didn't look like they did in the ad. And then I realized it wasn't the pants I wanted. It was the legs that were on the models that I wanted, right. So similarly, maybe I went in to get a haircut once or twice, and I tried to get it to look like Meg Ryan and I was very disappointed when I didn't look like Meg Ryan. The problem wasn't my hair. The problem was that I'm not Meg Ryan. So to me, a miracle would be if I put that back, Uchi all On my face, and I start looking like Gwyneth Paltrow. That's a mirror. Exactly Is that gonna pull it is no. And the miracle is that people are buying this like Wow. Makuuchi all like your husband's like, girl. Your face looks good today. Let's have the cook. Chill. Thanks, Quinn. She goes on to talk about e mean. Okay, So let me just describe this for you, Buchi all again. It's a retinal alternative. Right? We all know it. Retinol is vaguely It's and there's also an organic am Malala, which is a vitamin C If superfood And a vitamin A rich cock A Excuse me. Paquet not No. Not gonna face not on the face Oil, Not nothing of a coochie. Y'all keep here. No. Okay. Hopefully my coochie. Oh, okay. No, no, no. Okay. I mean, this is like, who is buying this? Look, I love to rub lotions and potions on myself like I love a good hand cream that makes that smells good and makes me feel good about life. Right? We all get it, but like It's so funny to me that she could literally say like, you know, like, like I could create a product. Okay, Here we go. I mean, there were in the creative face, Everybody just like we'd start his face of breath. It's called, um, You know, Captain duty all I don't know. Like you could just like it's got some natural call crap. Crap. Tell face crap it, Paul. Like it's got some high fiber to penetrate your pores. Hey, you could call it all natural, right? See exactly like I guarantee If we got like a scientist over here, he's like makuuchi. All but could she? Oh, That's just like lizards stuff. Lizard stuff. Yeah, or something had to be squeezed. Like, you know, some some gland on a lizard was squeezed for this experience. And now there's a bunch of dry ass lizards out there like you stole my book hoochie all that rich Lee's face. Some rich lady have moist skin We just talked about that's like my favorite thing is like Rich people love to lizard secretions on their face or worse, right? That's all. I'm trying to say it like it wasn't Oprah who was behind it. Or why do I think Oprah was behind the thing with the You know what? Yes, it was Oprah with the foreskin. Yeah. But like this is what I'm trying to say is rich people love to find things that came out of the butts of weird animals. But yes, and they like to play on a and B and pay a lot of money for the bullet we have failed to do, successfully in life is squeezed to find out of an animal woodland creature. Booze.
"paquet" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"That's no big deal. But then you had as inhibitor in the cloudy, and it's like man, they're having trouble controlling your blood pressure. I wonder why is that been looked at? No one. Can we figured out? I I was mean. about twenty five thirty pounds, overweight, you know, not gross. You know Brazi, but yet no one can figure it out. And it's now singly things happening. It's just really freaking me out. Yeah. What would you suspect? If you put your finger on what do you think it is? If I were VM s. He your diabetic, no L. But I'm just enough. I'm you know, a symptom. Yeah. It is. But you that's an easy blood test. Either have that you don't. I just feel like whatever's causing your hyper-tension needs a better diagnosis we ever worked up. We we have a worked up for something called feel chromosome Toma. I mean, there's what are called secondary causes of hypertension that are not essential, hypertension, which is just sort of the routine like what I have. But some people have narrowing the artists the kidneys some people have adrenal staff. Some people have feel like I mentioned, and that's I feel like you ought to see a an immigrant specialist to get this properly worked up, and if you have something like field that would explain all the tingling stuff. Just you said. Yeah. An integral just does a lot of hypertension work. 'cause it just it feels like we should be able to tie this all up under one diagnosis. Why should you have multiple things going on? You know what I mean? Right. It just unusually for your age. Unusually high blood pressure unusually.
"paquet" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"But I I don't see it as a problem. I guess I'm not sure counts, you can't undo your genetic potential. You can't do that. But you can you can control your us to the point that you don't throw the switch on losing control. But he may already lost control. We don't know. It says experience. Yeah. But so what your family had alcoholism anywhere. No. Maybe maybe one of my uncles. But. Not that I'm aware of to be honest in this family, and who was on who was the whose brother was that. That was my mom's better. And so because usually when people are attracted alcohol IX, they have some sort of fitness with somebody in their family, and that person may never have even drunk, but they may have that they may not have that. They may have that genetic potential alcoholics are certain genetic type, and so you may fit your attachment to that genetic profile alcoholic, and it makes me it makes me wonder if your mom had. Airy rarely drinks at all. I said they can never drink, but still have the genetics. Oh, I see. Okay. Right. And and her brother was out calling makes you wonder that she may share genetic, and it's that makeup that you're attracted to the the makeup of the hawk genetics. That individual again is fits your your attachments. We sort of some people call those love maps, right? They'll say interesting and sounds the keys enlightened, and he understands that he's got a thing, and he can manage do what he wants with it. Thank you very much Abigail. Let's see let's go to rich rich. What's up there? Seven. I thanks so much. What's up? Weird. That's the inter-. May metal kit in my fingers, and usually just in my hands. But sometimes my feet to. Different but pressure medications because pretension issues and my doctor thinks there's nothing on and talk to a couple of friends of mine at the medicine. What you worried about that? It's very odd about me. What you can bring on it. Right. Okay. So it doesn't sound like a worrisome symptom. That's something. I would worry about agree with your friends. Have you ever had an EMT or a nerve conduction study? E N G. That one doesn't ring a bell. How to live with that was not ring a bell? You would remember. They stick needles in your arm and leg, and then the into the nerves and then conduct electricity down the nerve and see how conductress ity. That definitely lower because of -partment syndrome, but never with now or a region compartment syndrome. What did you fall asleep on your leg? What happened? A I suffered a factious and motor racing accident. And then when they try to they removed the hardware soon after the overnight Don't don't. armored syndrome and had them. Well, in the tangling case a compartment for people that don't know is literally the your your calf. There are several compartments of muscles in the muscle can swallow and then cut off its own blood supply than the muscle condi-. It can be a disaster. And you can you can actually kidney failure. Because the muscle the dissolves breaks into your bloodstream, and that can clog you're kidding, essentially, two bills. So. So I is that leg that had the compartment syndrome more Tinguely. It's bare it's my jeans than anything on my hands in anything about it. 'cause I play music, and it's just feel right? Do you? Remember, the comes and go. Neck injury Arden neck injuries down. No veg, not comfortable. That be now, here's a put this correlation. Sometimes tons of all have a few cocktails and Nick some pretty heavy, and it seems like the tingling worst the next day. If indeed the neuropathy process alcohol is not good for nerves. Right, and you can get an alcoholic neuropathy. It's very common nerves. Don't respond well to alcohol, so if you have neuropathy process, it can get worse when you drink..
"paquet" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"We see you guys are touring. It all is that will be on a national tour with flaw on the east coast of export in April. And you're doing it. Trying. Especially what else you want people know about the film? It is filmed. I will definitely make you laugh and cry and it's going to inspire you in so many ways whether you like rock and roll or corn or heavy metal on not. You'll definitely be touched and inspired by this film. So I highly recommend you to guess to watch. What else are you couldn't be because I think people just listening to Brandon right now touched right? And so if you're spending couple hours with you and immersed in your life. I can imagine a very inspiring. Everybody said that almost everybody cries when they see the film and for me. It's awesome. It's awesome. For me to never I'm known, helping people turn my life around because nobody expected me to do anything with my life. Really? And that's that's the whole premise of film. Everybody told me, oh, you'll never be deterrence and everybody had VO expectations. Like, you're never move out on your own college have a girlfriend or wife and be independent. And I was always I'm gonna live my life like, my disability doesn't exist. I don't get to do all of this. And more and Ammon once I got down my path. I realize that want to help people. So that maybe people going through what I went through Kim CVS and realize that. It gives and you don't have to feel so bad about yourself. Like, I did this film his radio about perseverance as well and his life is the statement of that other people made you feel bad. Yeah. It goes back to what we were talking about earlier like people outcast saying look different because he of the disability income of you know, it's not giving chance I still care that with you. I still experience, unfortunately. But people don't know that I'm a bad, and and the movie, and and you know, I experience on a daily weekly basis. I tell you what I think if you could speak to other folks disability a race. All whatever, you're still feeling. You know what I mean? Yeah. 'cause you have a purpose in terms of helping others with who feel the same thing. Sometimes I definitely feel like I do. I I'm human down for other people human too, and they have their weird. We're like primitive man, sometimes you know, what? I mean, they don't they don't spend the time to pay attention or listener learn when somebody's if somebody looks a little bit different go God forbid, and for the people if if my speech that humane talk, and they think mental disability or what I experienced when I came the Hollywood was oh, he's he's drunk. His talk. Gives you street credit for that. And you know, we we have this running joke in my band, but is oh he's not drunk. He has several Paul. I'll tell you what the, you know, when it comes to stigma advocacy is something that really helps people feel better about sigma stigma to be stigmatize. You have to certain extent, except the stigma you'd identify with it and say, yeah, I'm broken their Ryan sums Rami as opposed to fuck. You guys. This is this is a common condition. Look at me playing tars laws stuff. I can do and I'm gonna help other guys step up and be okay. To get. And there's a lot to say like the counseling stuff I've gone for the lot of that. And you know, and in health just to have somebody in your corner to two missing t-, supportive, you a different perspective. So and I feel like people didn't stigmatize that too. It's like there's nothing wrong within ears on the couch. Trust me. All right, guys. Well, is there anything else we left off the table? And they also you want them to say we're going to wrap it up. Take some calls. After this. Let branded you wrap.
"paquet" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"And and I thought well, can I sit stilling off to get my my fat tattooed. So we kinda testing will bet. And it's funny when I met Ozzy here, he told me the same thing man, you lot site he vis on the mazing. But with this you fill. So you're going to do that eventually of all musical themed and kind of put on to my jury music. I want to be on like ours and watering trees and family stuff. Greyli- tat's. Thank are pretty work of people. See the film mind over matter of film dot com. You can order it. It is available everywhere on itunes. I'm his on Google play in all other digital outlets. Obviously get stigmatized a CPA ride. But you people the ads Stig on stigma. Don't they think it's something else or they think you must have a cognitive problem with this talk to me about that. Yeah. Food lack of a better too. Growing up and even still people think that I'm the I have a mental visibility oil. If I'm mentally with HOGAN, you know, 'cause most people don't understand the disability. And I find that people fear what they don't understand outcast. They don't understand how you feeling generally. Are you good? I, you know, I'm good. I a little pain in your eyes. I'm wondering what that is. I I go through anxiety and depression, and you know, for Teague, I get the chronic fatigue in back pain and stuff of couple car accidents than how the hell it happens that I see that you had an addiction to stimulant that you. Yeah. Yeah. Recovery now or just substance use issue. Well, I don't know if I want to call it recovery. I guess she can I mean, I pulled myself off of it and done. Do that stuff anymore? Quit cold Turkey and. Well, if I didn't stop doing drugs and cocaine, but I was. So. Drugs bag kids. Do you still have any grandparents raise you still relationship with your mother? Guest they much hell, and my my my mother's Williams and put your dad has not been around actually my dad passed away in two thousand six addict now, and it was he around when you're growing up yet. He was he worked over time. And he was he was kind of like the man's neck like, you know, he wasn't a very loving guy. Even though he he was under focus. He could think show it to you to did. He lot of guys that way. Did he help or hinder your disability managing your disability? I mean, he taught me to to push through hell have good photos. The music stuff goes he wanted. Oh, interesting. He wanted me to have a my film. He wanted me..
"paquet" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"It's about a thirty five year old gentlemen with C P who has done amazing things. How about that? Way to experience express it. Yeah. Yeah. Raised by your grandparents, mostly your mother's eighteen when she had you are your grandparents like your parents. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. Where were you raised Buni, Illinois, which is like sixty miles south of Chicago and corn was your inspiration fluently Davis. Yes. He's a good guy. Very. Yeah. All those guys. Yeah. And tell me how that went from corn to where you are now. Well, I I mean, I started out as a huge Cohen fan boom used as Susan who about foods Wecker exchanged everything in my life and truly spoke to me on like almost like a spook level, you know, gave me strength, and and movie Shing to push all the negativity, but was surrounding being different have palsy being outcasted. The corn music. It's hard. It's intense. It's the music got you not the lyrics, right? Or did you have to look up lyrics or something? Because all I hear Jonathan are far off at the time. It was it was always stuff. He was singing about you know, we have views the bullying stuff that he went through and and he was a bit of outcast himself. So I, you know. Were who bet with the driving music off? Like, this is this is me the speaks to you. If you ever tell you about his career as a. Mortician. He hasn't told me about personally, but I've we're quite a bit stuff heavy stuff. And so you became a musician can tell and did the in the way of it. Or was it something you could dry over override yet? Beginning it with a complete SCO flu. Maybe. You know, my left hand, my CPA affects my left side, foyer food types. And I forget the type that I have mine affects my thought. So my my hand, my speak, and my ba- wave I walk foot my quote nation, but my left hand, I wouldn't use it for anything. I would come home to my not do much with it. And my family was like he'll usually left hand use you hand. I I never Fung poop is for it before into push them into. Letting me Flavian student, which became my passion. Who did you have a teacher? You're particularly attached to that was important. I went to holy lesson for like, fourteen months, but Emma, Gaza, really good. And he did the best cove of me. But you know, teaches somebody that have phone lack of a better term paralyzed left hand, you know, he can only do so much. I van had to. Fine. My away with it. And you had a touring with Korn. Yes. A hill into with them yet. Are you traveling with them or something that we've we've flayed a couple of festivals together the big goal in the big dream of my is to eventually to with them. So what's the documentary about the film is putting much? He's life story from birth to today showing all of struggles and everything that he had to overcome to make it as a guitar Tino..
"paquet" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Forty eight left in the period pocket and van Riemsdijk. Glare at one another remember pocket. Kenley huge checked earlier in the ship. Red rimmed Jake sodas flash. From behind the legs. So Paquet didn't like it. Faceoff like you'll be ready to center ice. Lightening enclosed with shot gap to nineteen. There are twelve three in the first Raskin serenity Rask wins it slave in zone. Blue line little feed. The middle is picked off by Sarah. Looking. For Ernie Bernice checked it comes free to Fogel into the lightning zone. Zigzag in front couldn't patchy is checked off from high by Sara Lee rate, work surly taps, it out to center ice scored pursues couldn't get it. Instead, it's victirats getting pinned by Ernie following up. His full goal to rip it in by the lightning net bass lessee sweeps into the far corner installment as a man on a mantle Lennon sacramental entered a steal for Rask Rascasse tied up by Sarah Delaney's compete level has gone way up though in the second period. Strommen gets it back for Sara Lee at the far side gorgeous check, it's going to be held in by Fogel center point, full, zigzags, right circle. We'll setting feed skips through terrified after left circle golf sadda- Holbein at the top line up for Carolina. Always check Bystrov. And it's grab by gore. Gord laser it up the far side lightning. Meet a clear and a change here Ernie after it Ernie under pressure loses. It it's taken away. All right circle. Shoots toast. They may have I've asked the Leschi fresh all of a sudden by Carolina's lighting up the puck out turbine and at the right point angle. Centerpoint terrified sickle, Han, et cetera. Feed knocked away. Faulk at the right point a little fee terrified and right circle. Left point to hot lightning players are exhausted. They've had a long chip Gordon needs to touch this tuhan gets away from gore a little past a flex out of the zone off surly stick. But no possession for the lightning sorelle is going to go for a change. The other guys have to hang in there. Now, Gordon gets to the puck Williams mishandled.
"paquet" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Paquet rips it from his own zone at center ice and Ernie one across the Panthers lineup circle. Cuts to the slot. Tried to shoot watt to get it back and shoots deflect the wide. Right. Lanier gonna. Start their home stand hetero thinks giving with a win up seven three twenty seconds left circuit Jeff pinches the offense. Could I get it away from PASOK who deals without to l'amico at center ice? Dumps it in its golfed up by Chernick back to the Florida defensive zone. Final seven seconds gave this game. We by zone at locked is it to center, ice blocks it and this one is over. The white or the Panthers this year with two games of the season series. They went both games here and Emily arena. Tonight. They really broke this game open at two points early. Second early third to give themselves big leads the end up winning it by final of seventy three. Well, you know what? I thought they played a pretty good game. But they're still out over forty shots again. That's what three games in a row. I think now over forty shots. That's just to man on the Nashville had over four in Nashville Girardi is going to be joining us, by the way momentarily. Well, the Panthers are a team that they're among the league leaders in shots. So they view shooters metality. Yeah, they put a lot of jobs to the net. But I think Louis hi to earn those forty days. So there were some tough chances that he dealt with. Absolutely. I mean, the only goal you. Falter two the first one got that was not a good goal. But other than that in the made, some great great..
"paquet" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"When this draw from Nash, Ernie a turnaround left circle shock. It's deflect it over the net. Reading a Miller on the goal. Miller Rosa right point, circuit jet. Lapointe. Victor Hedman shoots that hit pocketed front rebounding. Nash descript by pocket nicely. Done. Paquet makes his way right circle. We're gonna cut it front. Bernie, a backhand shot just wide rate leading missing the net on some of these chances now another steel pocket in the slot bounced off his leg and boo. Jenner works. It out to Anderson at center ice. He spins it in circuit. Yup. Zips about to head headman at center left wing to Miller crosscheck to the ice by David Savard. He gets back up and works at in buying the Columbus net a good ship, the lightning they missed the net on a couple of good opportunities. Couldn't quite get it in on Borowski Savard clears to center. Brayden point collects it point across the Columbus line of the right point. He'll dump it behind that ad. It's gonna Corinne to mcdonagh down. Low of corn. By that. Stamkos back from McDonnell. A little Senator Pete point of the back post. Couldn't quite handle it point again, right point, right circle. Stamkos off his sticks of art title, long shift 'til zip at center, ice pursuing his Nash maneuvered in point on account quickly trying to catch the blue deck. Entertains lighting up numbers board across the balloon left circle. A feta point off his stick the Donna falls up off his stick. That was a good play defensively by the man in front. I believe it was Murray. The meantime, Bjork's strand of the middle at center dumps it in Yanni gourd, rattles it out like a four on one off the initial rush Navarra bag at center ice cranks at back in picked up by Gordon the lightning far corner. He is checked. Where's that puck? Bjork's? Ran left circle shots. They made renowned scholar Bjork strand. He got his own rebound and roof did. After the lightning turned it over there. And it's three to two with.
"paquet" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The play too tempting of washington for crosschecking paquet boy did he ever got him with a pretty good cross check they're defending in front of his net power play tampa bay there occurred of the game there one or two in this big if they're going to amount of comeback they need something right here washington with a five two lead ovechkin from kuznetsov and wilson at three thirty four made it five to ovechkin with ten playoff goals fifty six in his career excuse me the tampa bay lightning are two for three young on the power play they went to their first two goals than they only had one power play in the second and they desperately need one now if there's any chance whatsoever caps sable clear all the way down back four to stamp coast drops it back the headman headman carries up to lead the miller center costly archie aligned plays accord the that steered away by hoping corner walk retractable he's double team by points in miller three players they're kucherov fluids in norfolk keeping it alive great work by breaking we'll look the puck moved take away from this pre the headman the shot blocked by split across what an effort while the in the corner disconnect kicks it to orbit or pricked fires it ahead stop by heads and sets up miller shot blocked by beagle come draw right side miller towards a date with a shot saved my whole greet delegates rebound three two point save peter point another save homepage raden pointless at the top of the crease and was set up by miller but hold pre came up with a couple of big man how 'bout jay beagle two couple of timely slides but hopefully with that right pad point brings it from his forehand.
"paquet" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"I don't know did you see that line steve you because guys i did it was yeah i was uh it was simple along it i i said you know what i would go grab a cocktail at uh at the watergate and uh you know may say thank you without him at the bar yeah you're smart right on your smart so i am i feel this week while i'm there with this going to sign every single buddies whatever and uh they got the lawyer couple up there cooper land cute cute cute lawyer couple komorous ya even better guy there you go all right got stuff i still got stuff speaking of water watergate you want it you want to talk about dan paquet can we went to nasa said lan on hold who might shelve is so much to talk about especially during all the spacex launching stuff i mean this is like really in his guy like general nasr his face yeah yeah you know the thing got nasa the thing about nasa we won over where they take care of the hubble telescope and they're looking to launch their next telescope that's going to like deep space and i sort of want them how about the long must thing and he was like we don't really what he does we're not we don't do that with that we do something else than blida build the telescope they launched telescope to maintain the cell scopes all these robotic arms and everything like that and then seemed to be particularly threatened by you know like space tourism are putting the tests luntz in orbiter like whatever it is they're they're they're kinda onto something else one is an interesting.
"paquet" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"And one one formula i like and the new three brains line which i took this morning is this packet a and and packet is are the easiest thing on the planet eilon it i i absolutely love this and and i take a terror frequently and what it is an kinda jumping ahead of of ourselves here ben but we'll talk about it and that is the there's five capsules tablets in here no they're all capsules as so ones that turmeric which you mentioned that is the fair chairman or or the um antiinflammatory herb an hearing by the way here in the island's dr jensen it's called alannah that's the hawaiian word for turmeric and its own what's been extensively used ended it for centuries and hawaiian medicine joyner will now we we were they were using it here long before they were he says they get an state with traditional what's old is new again and then there's a big fish oil highpoint sea fish oil capsule to give you the omega3s for your brain and then tell us about the there's also 400 milligrams of grape seed extract which is in handy occident as that mainly for its antioxidant benefits that way prevent damage to the to the south to prevent dan you know be oxidative stress which causes damage to the to the style um and i see this the three brain total like this paquet i was looking at of myself and i thought my gosh i take curcumin on a regular basis echo mega threes on a regular picking antioxidant and i take probiotics go tooth rate the only thing i wasn't taking with boston appeal ferrying which is more for neuro transmission unnerved cell support and to prevent normal eighteen you know i'm brains klein and i thought jeez with my family history of dementia i should be taking not and so as you're a stain it's kind of a one pack a day um you just take care all in one you don't have to open five or six bottled her wrist exactly and and not only does this support the brain but also the omega3s than that they're acumen our the curcumin rather any antioxidant from probiotics or as the gut brain and heart all of these separately but did so convenient when you're traveling or just out in about during the day take an extra dose of these and.
"paquet" Discussed on KOMO
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"paquet" Discussed on KGO 810
"At night on k kgon eight okay this is a fascinating bit of news story in light of everything that's going on i mean no you saw google is under huge pressure right with the the pay gap between men and women a terrible terrible time the silicon valley you look it's it's catching up to gutted gotta do the right thing that that gould was supposed to be like do no evil wasn't that that motto initially dave was like do no evil and now we find out well but if you're woman willing but you over here and if you're a woman wearing a pre over there and are by the way you can't become one of the technical people who get the higher pay in and all this of google is under attack for the so i was really interested to see this bit of news coming from the washington post's from our friend daniel paquet which is headlined the gender wage gap gest shrank for the first time in a decade and now i want to welcome to the show daniel paquet danielle great to talk to you happy to be here so oh interesting enough i predicted this was going to start happening bite tell me what do you mean that the gender wage gap shrank is this possible it is possible at shrank ever so slightly according to the two thousand sixteen census data we saw the female to male earnings per share jumped to eighty point five percent the highest ever been some people call out the gender wage gap um why is this happening uh women have been getting steady pay increases edit group pretty consistently sent over the last thirty years though that progress has really put code over the past ten years except for last year uh but i really need to point out that that's not all women white women at arrays asian women gotta or a hispanic women um stayed the same famed black laments waited last year actually declined all my gosh okay so that's not that parts not good news um but let's i want to go into this first my question to you is this did the drudge report say that may america's great again now and attributed this to donald trump like they did with the fact of middle class wages rose in 2016 from the same data set did they do.
"paquet" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"President trump you think 'this a comedian call hang kim jong own rocket an i have to admit i chuckled when i heard this over the weekend we know senator mccain likes to refer to kim jong own as the bat wack job and now donald trump has taken the calling him rocket man a play on all of the missiles that he has been launching lately no in nah president trump spent the night at trump tower in new york he is set to address the united nations general assembly tuesday and a highly anticipated speech in going to face many issues but certainly north korea is going to be one of them amongst others that i'm sure president trump will be dealing with as he is in new york against spent the night at trump tower and is set to address the united nations general assembly that is coming up tomorrow we'll have full coverage of that forty tomorrow morning right here on wpro good morning i am dan paquet.
"paquet" Discussed on KGO 810
"But what your article talks about is the fact that this move has dramatically changed i mean look we i think it was today i just saw gymboree is closing three hundred stores or something like that retail stores malls are going out of business because of it yeah throw a large part uh you know this here allowing more than five out on sarata announcer closing uh a large part of the stories that your traditional general merchandise stores here than me fees you know jeff this year those those kind of of last thirty one thousand jobs that's pretty significant so we i mean you know we talking about minimum wage and raising minimum wage that doesn't really matter feet have a job anymore yeah and what people don't realize is that people in retail early in their job to a much larger rate than people on the coal mines for example or people in manufacturing me their job said i have been steadily declining um but aren't getting it's much attention because they are concentrated in one area spread across at lowerwage so here's here's the question then daniel paquet is you know why are we still must department store jobs i mean they're still exists because somebody like me goes oh i need a pair of jeans right now an amazon can't deliver till tomorrow but i needed to today mi that is is that the purchase that's keeping live in places like the bay area so it gets lost encourage nations like this as fast it online shopping is growing a more than half of americans still prefer to shop and brick and mortar stores they haven't gone away to the extent as what's being reported or the headlines might suggest uh but a economists are warning 'have that that could change very quickly we saw this major retail shake up in the '70s and '80s when mall started popping up suburbia not knocked out downtown shopping centres uh and in the internet is doing that at a faster pace they say okay so danielle packet from the washington post is jamie were talking about how our online shopping is hurting traditional stores brick and mortar stores with listen to workers right i mean when you talking about all sears and macy's loses all their stores real regular.
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"She's out now in trying to reclaim her life and come to terms of the crime she doesn't even remember delhi epa cassis welcome to the big listen hi thanks for having me so after the first season of first aback when you were talking about your own turn after this extended maternity leave you were casting about for um for others were first day back stories and i i wonder how you landed on of the story that you're telling the season will all i really knew is i wanted it to be really really different and i was actually really interested for some reason in an athlete um who is having a first date back from an athletic injury that for some reason i've always been a voice that the of i wanted to do like a sports story it and then prison was another one that i was thinking of a was in the very early stages of following a woman coming out of prison and she got sent back to prison m m and then this woman um came about and she hightest really liked her from the beginning lucy and that was important to me because her story turned out to be really complicated and you could have very mixed feelings about her so any tell me that you met gerry or do you remember the first time he saw all that so funny yes actually was in july this is lizzy paquet and the jerry were talking about was her commonlaw husband who died six years ago.