35 Burst results for "Parrish"

Joe Rogan Grills Sanjay Gupta Over CNN's COVID-19 Coverage

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Joe Rogan Grills Sanjay Gupta Over CNN's COVID-19 Coverage

"Joe Rogan had CNN's medical correspondent on his podcast the other day, Sanjay Gupta, and he just eviscerated the guy. Because she and in lied about Rogan, Rogan got COVID as so many people have. Heck, I'm waiting for my positive test. I swear it's a miracle I haven't gotten it yet. And maybe it's my weekly Ivermectin. I don't know, maybe it's not. Maybe I've just got I've been lucky. Maybe the vaccination? I'm waiting to get back by antibodies test. I'll tell you what it is, just so you know, 'cause I'm curious about if a march Johnson & Johnson vaccine gave me sufficient antibodies here in mid October. I don't know. So I'm curious about all of it. But I'm also just fascinated by the way hydroxychloroquine. Ivermectin, I guess, Regeneron, are the monoclonal antibodies controversial? Are people arguing about that? If a doctor prescribes a medication to you, why does anybody else outside of your life care what your doctor prescribes to you? Why? It's gonna make him be crazy. Anyway, Rogan gets doctor Gupta on and says, hey, uh, Sanjay. Why did your network lie? And they did, they pretended that Rogan was taking a horse dewormer. You see there's Ivermectin, I guess that is available from veterinarians veterinarians that are for de warming animals. That's not the same Ivermectin that comes in typically three milligram doses that are human consumption. An anti Parrish antiparasitic drug that studies have shown can be effective with COVID. And there's a debate about that, I guess, and there's other studies that say it's not. I mean, okay, what do you care when I put in my

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"parrish" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:54 min | 4 months ago

"parrish" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Got off. Work went back to work today. Dropped daughter off at school. Back to work when i get done with this at right after work or got another interview and i'm driving straight to the gym. I've got to amateurs fighting at nimbus. Her attitude in may this weekend and We're gonna kick off the week strongman. Get right back on to go from you. Know you go from fighter guy gets win and now you got to be dad and you gotta be you know ben parrish the worker and just be normal guy again is that i mean you've been doing this. Your whole career right is it's it's not much of a transition at this point in your life. A lot of people like in my family or miss jimmy. Say a man you're like amos now like you're the closest anything and i was like no i'm me there's one of them one of a kind unique you don't you don't worry about fitting in when your custom made. I tried to tell everybody that all the time And you know on top of having a coach saturday. I'm also referee and because they need somebody to do it. A referee over commission ear mississippi. And that'll be in tennessee. So first or second time doing it. There can't remember if i've ever went there. Wow are you judged to or have you have you judge. I don't do the judge. My brother is a judge I don't 'cause remains revenue reference ordered by to and the fighter inmate and even light with christian edwards and people have been lied now man all day. Went up my animates. I kind of feel bad for him. I don't feel bad about noggin. Amount your own but like you think. I just crushed. His dreams came true. That's the major sport down. It's kinda painful to admit that but had to be said I don't really like hurting. People are really like winning. And i'm really good at.

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"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

06:19 min | 4 months ago

"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

"After the big like this household is a sanctuary we can. We should be able to let the wall down. We cross these doors and we're on the same team. So let's watch how we talk to each other as white how we treat each other and i truly did understand. Once i became apparent for the fifth time getting these boys and girls to be on the same page and go after this one goal which is just daily happiness. You know that's That's something i take women. You can do hard things because they hard right but do the hard things win their hard. Like yeah i'm tired and i worked all day. Don't feel like doing anything else. But if my boys and girls asked me. Hey dad go for hike. Will you said lee. By example you say we got to walk outside every day. Let's go and to me that's That's leading bikes. Where do you think confidence comes through man. That's a good question. I don't know man. 'cause i can't tell you what gave me my confidence and i in in the crazy part is right. I can tell you what took my confidence away. I think we can all talk about that right the things that took it away. But you know for me. Confidences it comes through putting work in it comes through working on your traffic comes through. I'm coming into this test confident. Because i busted my butt. I studied all week. I put the working. And now i'm here. I'm confident now doesn't mean i'm just like oh yama pass tests. That's what the book i tried to like as egos like i am a pass studying. Yes ego talking. Confidence is like no To me confidence comes from work. You know putting the work. In you know attaining that goal also i put in thousands shots thousands of dribbling drills thousands of hours so when i step on the court i am confident that i can do this task that i've been assigned you mentioned the training yourself mentally. What does that involve. And how important is the mental aspect everything to me To me and then there's you know it's a totally different thing but you have to be strong mentally to get to where you wanna go. There will be obstacles unforeseen obstacles as a matter of fact that you don't see come in and you have to be prepared for that and you know you're going to take a few punches. I'm not going to sugarcoat that Especially if you want to do something great you know so being able to continue to do that job to continue to stay with the fundamentals even when you feel like you should be doing more or to get your body out of bed when you don't feel like those days when you don't filling. That's that's where the magic happens in. Kobe told me this like yo. You gotta get in that day were you. Don't wanna go into jim. You gotta go you have to because the one of the things that helped me was to think like okay. How many people are stopping now. How many people felt what. I'm feeling right now. nobody's looking. Nobody cares. Am i going to the gym or not and you gotta continue to do. I'm your job. Do those things that you said you were going to do to help you get there or if you have a mentor. Have the trust and say okay. I'm gonna do those things that you said you want me to do to be able For me to to accomplish my goal. I like that. What are some of the lessons you learned from playing with lebron james just being able to watch him just enjoy himself being the best player in the world for years and years and years to find that joy in the game to to have confidence in what you're doing but most of all to work hard to put the work in anytime. I thought that i was putting the work into wayne. And ray they were always my reason to do more and just their skill level in town level in handling it with the grace that they've handled it with you know there's a reason that people are successful and people continue to be successful. I was able to see up close for four years What that takes. And i'm not talking about off the court that's a whole other monster. I'm just talking about in your craft Plan the game love in the game but working extremely hard at it putting the time into your body weight room routine what you eat how you act how you move but most of all when it's time to play you play the game you know. Lebron plays the gang with joy. I have never seen so much joy being experienced by an individual. He definitely brings that to the game. So i tried to make sure i brought that to say oh man man he really love playing this game and this is just a great thing to watch. Let me make sure you know. Make sure i'm enjoying it to mind. Join today yeah. Yeah even if it's a grind day as those days but at the end of the day you have to be doing something to to where you enjoy it lets. The stints to me is only stark contrast to sort of the last dance and michael jordan. Who had that beautiful sort of quote on leadership ride. So he's like so. I pushed people when they didn't want to be pushed so i made people work harder than they wanted to work. But you know what. That's what it meant to play on this team and i sat. Kobe was very much so like that as well. He he ended. You know. there's no knock against those guys. They play the game of certain way you know. I don't know what it was like to play with jordan. But i know what it was like to play brian. I don't know who had most cameras out. Don't think it matters but to play on that team that is on the balance beam of the nba. Kobe got five in braga four I know how hard it is to win. One.

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"parrish" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:48 min | 4 months ago

"parrish" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"That's why the rear view mirror so small could it is nowhere near as important as it is as to where you going. Why you been just allows you to take a glass that you can make sure you cleared it so you could see if there's room enough for you to make your next move so you can know that you've gone through it and go head on a business but that wind. She'll that windshield is for vision. A man without a dream of vision show parrish that windshield for somebody gonna somewhere that windshield for somebody. They're trying to make another move. I'm gonna go ride. I'm going gonna get off his eggs. I'm gonna take this d to handle it signed as a new route. There's only so many miles left to go. That's what the she'll let me tell you something man when you see a mouse sign you driving on the freeway you on the interstate and you. Let's say you drive into a particular city and you see a sign that says that city is thirty. Eight hundred thirty miles away that lets you know where you're going and you on the right path now if you keep looking into rear view mirror you'll never know how close you are. You'll never know 'cause you driving your car looking reuven meal you all on the shoulder you hit them rocks up on the old car you stuff to 'cause you know why because you keep looking in the rear view mirror get out the rear view mirror if god got you through it is done move on so what he don't love you know more man. Let's move on if god got you through. It is done move on god. Got some for you if you get out your view mirror and get up in the windshield. God's got something for you up ahead but you can't see what's up ahead 'cause you review mirror if god got you through it is done. Let's move on come on. Y'all don't let the past beat you up..

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Contrast to Marxist Belief, Our U.S. Military Are Noble Soldiers

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Contrast to Marxist Belief, Our U.S. Military Are Noble Soldiers

"Some four million American soldiers were mobilized to fight Germany, Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria in the Ottoman Empire. Over 116,000 Americans perished. Parrish. It won't work to more than 16 million American soldiers fought the German Nazis, Japan and Italy over 400,000 lost their lives. Sicily and Zia Atlantic. Normandy. Operation Dragoon the Bulge, he would Jima, Guadalcanal. Tearaway SaiPan, Okinawa, Too many to name During the Cold War with the Soviet Union. American soldiers fought the spread of communism, including in Korea. With the Soviet Chinese backed communists in the northern part of Korea Peninsula invaded the South. Over 5,700,000 Americans were engaged in that war, nearly 34,000 lost their lives. Almost three million Americans served in uniform in the Vietnam War, which was intended to prevent again the Soviet and Chinese backed Communist, in other words and part of that country from taking over the South. Over 58,000 American soldiers lost their lives. There have been many battles since. Including but not limited to Iraq and Afghanistan. And the war on terrorism. Contrary to the American Marxist slur that America is an imperial colonising force. Our soldiers are noble warriors. Of fought and died and still do. To protect and liberate the oppressed from one end of the world to the other. And, regardless of religion, skin, colour, ethnicity or race of the victimized And unlike some of our enemies, we do not seek to conquer other countries for the purpose of occupation and territorial

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Kat Cole on the Power of Possible

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

02:04 min | 6 months ago

Kat Cole on the Power of Possible

"I was trying to think about where to start. This and i think good place to start is the dark side of gratitude. What does that expression mean to you. And where does it come from i. It's funny. I'm definitely known for leading with gratitude. So it's an ironic statement from someone like me. But i remember when my mom came to me when i was nine years old and said that's it i'm done. We're leaving and what she meant was we. Were leaving my dad. My dad was an is a very good man but at the time was an alcoholic and he had a wife and three daughters at home nine. Mi six and three. My two sisters and i had been in multiple car accidents with him drunk driving. By the time. I was nine. So i remember when my mom came to me and said we were leaving. I did not cry. I did not get upset. I looked at her at the age of nine and said what took you so long and it was because i was close enough to the bad to realize that even a scary decision was a better one than the alternative which was staying but as i got older and i talked to my mom more about that decision which turned out great for everyone. I asked her again. What took you so long. Because she started sharing with me how bad it was for. How long and and what it boiled down to was the dark side of gratitude that she was so grateful that she had a nice house and she was so grateful that we had gifts for the holidays and she was told by her family. And my father's family and her friends who were very poor much more so than us. We would be considered middle class at that stage that she was lucky to have all these things that she had and that that was a the alcoholism and the things that came along with it were a small price to pay for those other what appeared to be fortunes

Tim Parrish of WeBackBlue: Underprivileged Communities Will Suffer From Defunding the Police

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:10 min | 6 months ago

Tim Parrish of WeBackBlue: Underprivileged Communities Will Suffer From Defunding the Police

"Who suffers when you defend the police who suffers. I you know the underprivileged communities. The minority communities in folks will talk right now about equality equity in black and brown people. I was going to say that the first group. That's the first group that's going to suffer and no no absolutely into bashar. It's it's the the asu test. Are that these communities are going to suffer. And it's already happened. We've seen across the board that black and brown communities absolutely are going to are going to suffer. And they're going to be the ones that are victims and these folks who think that because they've got money and they've got status entitles they should be protected and community should if she was in this studio right. Now what would you say. According bush i would say you know your priorities are all wrong and well. I would probably say i. I don't think you should be in the office at your. It there so i have to respect their right to vote. But i don't think you deserve. I don't think you're equipped or knowledgeable enough to be in that seat. So that's that's the first thing. But then i'm going to unpack all the reasons why she's absolutely wrong on the policies. Certainly those ones you have to deal with public safety

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"parrish" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:19 min | 6 months ago

"parrish" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"So we've seen this in minneapolis. We've seen all over the place your response a former marine former law enforcement officer to this idea that we defend the that we take the money right from the police and we give it to social workers. Is that gonna work ten parents not let me tell you. Can i give you an example. I work so you know. We won't get. I won't talk to political but corrie bush right the cod woman godless for she proved to the nation. This week that that doesn't work that having social workers do protection were simply doesn't work she said. Hey in the communities we need to take all the money and give it to social workers and that will solve the crime problem but for protecting me in my life. I actually need security. Your mind read This is a video tain from the ringo star of the squad. Corey bush who. I guess stinks at different for her. Let's play video cut and you can't get that off. I'm gonna make sure. I have security. Because i know i have had attempts on my life and i have too much work to do there too many people that need help right now for me to allow that so if i end up spending two hundred thousand if i spend ten ten ten more dollars on it you know what i get to be here to do the work so suck it up in defunding. The police has to happen. We need to define the police. Put that money into social safety nets. So if you've got hundreds of thousands of dollars you can be safe. Corey bush if you're an average citizen if you're living in a crummy part of town screw you define the police and the issue she says. Hey i've got these threats against my life. Their their moms domestic violence victims who have threats against their lives where there are guys who say i don't want to be in the gang life be more and so they. They tried to get out of the gangs. They've got threats against their lives. There are people who have done in the community to the police. Ticket information about crimes. They've seen they've got threats on their lives. So what makes her unelected official a servant More apt to get security. What makes her more privileged to get security and the common folks in our neighborhoods in our communities shouldn't have that same security. It's really a a question that i think she alone with. That sound bite helped us to that. You know the whole thing is is is not

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Tim Parrish of WeBackBlue on Why Defunding the Police Is Nuts

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:19 min | 6 months ago

Tim Parrish of WeBackBlue on Why Defunding the Police Is Nuts

"So we've seen this in minneapolis. We've seen all over the place your response a former marine former law enforcement officer to this idea that we defend the that we take the money right from the police and we give it to social workers. Is that gonna work ten parents not let me tell you. Can i give you an example. I work so you know. We won't get. I won't talk to political but corrie bush right the cod woman godless for she proved to the nation. This week that that doesn't work that having social workers do protection were simply doesn't work she said. Hey in the communities we need to take all the money and give it to social workers and that will solve the crime problem but for protecting me in my life. I actually need security. Your mind read This is a video tain from the ringo star of the squad. Corey bush who. I guess stinks at different for her. Let's play video cut and you can't get that off. I'm gonna make sure. I have security. Because i know i have had attempts on my life and i have too much work to do there too many people that need help right now for me to allow that so if i end up spending two hundred thousand if i spend ten ten ten more dollars on it you know what i get to be here to do the work so suck it up in defunding. The police has to happen. We need to define the police. Put that money into social safety nets. So if you've got hundreds of thousands of dollars you can be safe. Corey bush if you're an average citizen if you're living in a crummy part of town screw you define the police and the issue she says. Hey i've got these threats against my life. Their their moms domestic violence victims who have threats against their lives where there are guys who say i don't want to be in the gang life be more and so they. They tried to get out of the gangs. They've got threats against their lives. There are people who have done in the community to the police. Ticket information about crimes. They've seen they've got threats on their lives. So what makes her unelected official a servant More apt to get security. What makes her more privileged to get security and the common folks in our neighborhoods in our communities shouldn't have that same security. It's really a a question that i think she alone with. That sound bite helped us to that. You know the whole thing is is is not

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"parrish" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

07:03 min | 6 months ago

"parrish" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Everything's closed cova. 'cause you cove eight. I went through the whole thing for you three days four days. Yeah as gus arrived yet you to go. Yeah absolutely yeah all right so you came to me in a little conservative cigar of a few days ago and i can tell you something special amount. You haven't spent two and a half years at quantico on the faculty. I kinda Maybe maybe he's a devil dog and indeed you are yes sir and not. only that. it's not enough for you to serve the nation as the marine. What else have you done in uniform. Well i was a dc police officer for a few years and that was one of the additional highlights posts military service. And i got to put on a different uniform server community so that was great. God bless you and now you have an organization called we back the blue right back. Yes sir we've dot com. We back dot com yet. What did you create that. So actually didn't create a believer not melissa. Roby is the founder of the organization. Yeah you've probably done some work with her in the past She's the founder. But i am heard director of government affairs so i spend all my time with legislators Talking to them about primarily these days not defunding their police department but also just making sure there's policies going forward that allow law enforcement officers to effectively and efficiently carry out their public safety duty. So let me ask you a the naive question. The obvious question. Why would anybody become a police officer today. You know there is I always say to honor to serve actually song called. There's an honor to serve and so some folks who are just born with it Some folks inspired and so they wanna go serve until they get above the noise they get above the craziness and they realize just like i did. They're still very much in need of for law enforcement Breaking down there and simply people understand that there's a need to keep that gap nizing wide between good and evil people until folks are willing to get above the noise and neurology drama and galactic. Do the hard work of keeping people safe in their communities and your response to this movement. We've witnessed over the last two years in america to defend the police actually ridiculous Asinine ludicrous whatever word you want to Put with sebastian. It's it's nuts. I was telling folks who year ago year and a half ago. I'll give you the answers to the test with this. Whole de-fund thing it's going to result in skyrocketing crime which we've seen in all major cities crime issues gone absolutely nuts in dc. Last month in july more people die from gun violence and being killed on the streets and they did a kovin. Of course we we know that the the numbers in the reporting is still just on kobe. More people died as result of getting killed in the streets publicly than they did. Cova in our nation's capital month which is just absolutely you know something that's crazy to wrap your mind around. Yeah and you see the recent photograph. All over the internet in san francisco of a woman hanging out the window of a car with an ak forty seven right. That's in san francisco in california with some of the toughest gun laws in the nation. We're talk about gun laws. What's the truth is the gun is the perpetrator we're talking. Tam parish. Check him out right now. We back blue. Dot com tim What's the state. So you worked as a uniformed office in the metropolitan police department in the nation's capital You have a an organization you work for which represents the leo community nationally. What is the state of morale amongst law enforcement is very low. It's very low. I mean We travel the nation talking to police. Officers sheriff's deputies federal law enforcement guys and right now they simply don't feel the support from politicians Which the communities are listening to their political leaders and that's driving the community to know armed. Support the police and so the guy's really all they have is each other right now. They don't have a community that they're serving. That supports them. They don't have policymakers who also have power of the purse and the ability to fund or de-fund police And so these guys don't feel supporting really all you have is each other And like i talked about earlier that drive to continue to keep people safe and they know what they're doing is honorable work and so that's all we have right now. They don't have a lot of Support that's why we started back blue. You know melissa. Who's the founder We did our first march I think two years ago now a while you're done you'll that new that new that new and we just had phenomenal impact. This this year during the inauguration. Funny story Police departments come from around the nation to support security through negotiation. And we heard through some of my friends who are still in the department that they weren't getting food. They were out there for twelve hours. Volunteers across from across the nation. Nations security inauguration. Nobody's getting. Nobody's getting fed. They weren't feeding. They had some some crazy thing where they weren't feeding so melissa and i got in her car. We caught up italian company and we said hey. Can we get food. We don't care what it costs. She wouldn't got italian. I wouldn't got chick-fil-a we took it down there much hundred dollars food and we fed officers on a good portion that were coming in. Now you add that to the lack of support from their feeling. The national guard guys being made to sleep in in the cowpox. Yeah absolutely so we went in and we said you know what we're going to meet the need so a lot of what we're doing right now around the country we're getting people in the community together to push back on this narrative and say no actually your community support. Your politicians might not be your community absolutely supports you. We appreciate the work you're doing and we recognize you. Put your life in the line every single day for us. So it's it's been incredible work now you you've been omitted three professional. Then you put on the sam brown the badge and a gun became a police officer you are you are a profession you are doing things professionally that you are trained to do but there is that political element insofar as you report or the commissioner or the chief whatever the jurisdiction reports to a man you've got to have political top cover. Don't you tend to do your job. You can't be a punching bag for somebody who wants to become the governor the next week right right. It's crucial it is it absolutely is and you see a lot of mayors. No they have to get reelected either to that position or to higher positions. Like you mentioned there are now starting to abandon this whole defined. The police saying they're coming to their senses. Be right in dc. Where the mayor you know originally was kind of on the bandwagon and then dot any chief who really lay down the law and told her the reality of things and then She's now going. Hey any overtime you guys need anything you need..

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What's the State of Police Morale? With Tim Parrish of WeBackBlue

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:29 min | 6 months ago

What's the State of Police Morale? With Tim Parrish of WeBackBlue

"Tim What's the state. So you worked as a uniformed office in the metropolitan police department in the nation's capital You have a an organization you work for which represents the leo community nationally. What is the state of morale amongst law enforcement is very low. It's very low. I mean We travel the nation talking to police. Officers sheriff's deputies federal law enforcement guys and right now they simply don't feel the support from politicians Which the communities are listening to their political leaders and that's driving the community to know armed. Support the police and so the guy's really all they have is each other right now. They don't have a community that they're serving. That supports them. They don't have policymakers who also have power of the purse and the ability to fund or de-fund police And so these guys don't feel supporting really all you have is each other And like i talked about earlier that drive to continue to keep people safe and they know what they're doing is honorable work and so that's all we have right now. They don't have a lot of Support that's why we started back blue. You know melissa. Who's the founder We did our first march I think two years ago now a while you're done you'll that new that new that new and we just had phenomenal impact. This this year during the inauguration. Funny story Police departments come from around the nation to support security through negotiation. And we heard through some of my friends who are still in the department that they weren't getting food. They were out there for twelve hours. Volunteers across from across the nation. Nations security inauguration. Nobody's getting. Nobody's getting fed. They weren't feeding. They had some some crazy thing where they weren't feeding so melissa and i got in her car. We caught up italian company and we said hey. Can we get food. We don't care what it costs. She wouldn't got italian. I wouldn't got chick-fil-a we took it down there much hundred dollars food and we fed officers on a good portion that were coming in. Now you add that to the lack of support from their feeling. The national guard guys being made to sleep in in the cowpox. Yeah absolutely so we went in and we said you know what we're going to meet the need so a lot of what we're doing right now around the country we're getting people in the community together to push back on this narrative and say no actually your community support. Your politicians might not be your community absolutely supports you. We appreciate the work you're doing and we recognize you. Put your life in the line every single day for us. So it's it's been incredible work

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"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

05:52 min | 7 months ago

"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

"Chart on the x axis. You would have on the left side. Can't and as as the x. Axis moved over would can and then on the y axis at the top. It would say won't in at the bottom it would say will and so you now have four different quadrants and one is canton. Won't one is canton. will one is canon. Won't and one is cannon will what we did which was incredibly helpful in terms of really helping to manage the emotion out of some of these decisions and really take take a good look is to assign for every one of those four quadrants both in action step anna tenure timeframe so for example can and will. That's that's easy one there but it still has an action step which is celebrate. Because i've met a lot of people who will and can they've got great attitude and lots of competence in an organization. There can be a tendency to take them for granted. You celebrate. Shine a light because that's gonna pull others over and the timeframe is forever. Okay now if you have someone who can but won't which is come on for someone who's as good as you are what you do. Why are you being such a schmuck while you're doing why will you not do it. According to the behaviors we expect people in this organization. And that's that's a category. That often gets a free pass in a lot of organizations and they shouldn't be there. I don't care how good you are at something but but we're all really good at making excuses and saying oh my god. We can't get rid of johnny. Because no one is as good as johnny is at accounting and the fact is you cannot afford to keep johnny because he is making me look like a fool every time he behaves in a way. That's contrary to my stated values and behaviors. He is actually making everybody else. Look at me. Like i'm full of it and that's on me at that point so for for someone who can't and won't we put the fire under their rear end and we will do that for probably ninety days and that's basically saying it would be a crime for you not to figure out how to behave the right way. 'cause you're so damn good at what you do and by the time you get to ninety days you'd basically be a conversation sounded like this is really hard because you're so good at what you do but i've just run out of coaching techniques. And i don't have anything more. I can give you till you get to that place so it's been great but you're not gonna be able to work here anymore. The canton won't pretty. That should not be more than thirty day. Timeframe that was probably just unsuccessful higher. Altogether the can't book will. That's in my opinion somebody that i'm willing to give you a hundred twenty days. I'm i'm willing to give that person a really really good shot. Because that's a competency issue in could be that i've hired the right cultural fit for the wrong job. And maybe this person who's not thriving at shortstop would be amazing in right field. I but i got. I got to try a couple of other things before. I'm willing to crumple up that piece of paper and toss it in the trash can. So that one's gonna get a ton of coaching ton of teaching and a lot more time than some of the others. I really appreciate you going into depth there when it comes to the janis of the world at the fact that eased. The timeline is really interesting to me. Because when it comes to the janis of the world i find that the people that tolerate them. The most tend to be super short term oriented people long-term-oriented people know that this goes nowhere. It ultimately implodes destroys the culture. It falls apart is not a win win. It's not sustainable. Short-term people are like. Oh this'll help me make the quarter of this'll help me. Make them on holy agree when it comes to scaling I was thinking about this because you have a variety of different restaurants that you've created. I can't. I can't really decide if you're a bricklayer or mason or both so here out here if these smaller restaurants that don't really scale you couldn't open them in every city or every corner around the block and then you have something like shake shack which i love by the way which is about scaling not only production but service and feeling across a variety of different cultures hundreds if not thousands of locations sized ends to move people to treat. Employees almost like bricks right. They have a standard shape and size. You have standard processes and a good bricklayer thousand bricks a day a mason on the other hand with a lot more tools and different experiences might lay half as much working with fieldstone's they're not shaped the same their regular or bit more of a puzzle. So cutting shaping and pairing them as a lot of work. Some organizations tend to build with bricks and some with fieldstone's. It seems like you're almost doing both. If you want repeatable and fast you tend to use bricks if you want unique us mason. One has employees that are uniform and fit sort of lower tolerances for deviations than the other allows for more personality and character allowing people to complement one another and your spectrum of offerings has me wondering to what extent you see yourself as a bricklayer or mason. No i love your distinction. I definitely i'm fascinated by both in reminds me of a of a story. Which is that fifteen years ago or so. I was approached by a gentleman from tokyo whose family business called wonder table there in the restaurant. Business the real estate business theaters. The he wanted to bring one.

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"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

02:12 min | 7 months ago

"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

"Doesn't have the monopoly now. Neither Welcome to the knowledge project. I'm your host. Shane parrish this. Podcast sharpens your mind. Helping you master the best foot other people already figured out if you're listening to this you're not currently supporting member. If you'd like special member only episodes access before anybody else transcripts and other member only content. You can try it. F s dot blogs slash. Podcast check the show notes fair link. Today i'm speaking with marina hertz. He's been named by. Vogue is one of the most inspiring women and called by other outlets one of the world's leading thinkers. This episode is about coming together in a world. that's falling apart. We talk about loneliness what it is how to recognize it. The health implications the shame around admitting it and what we can do about it for ourselves. Our friends our community and our kids. It's time to listen and learn. The knowledge project is sponsored by metal for a decade mental is helped some of the world's top companies and entrepreneurs build products that millions of people use every day. You probably didn't realize that at the time but odds are you've used an out that they've helped design or build apps like slack coin base. Facebook messenger oculus lonely planet and many more metal ab wants to bring their unique design philosophy. Be your project. Let them take your brainstorm and turn it into the next billion dollar app from ideas sketched on the back of a napkin. Final ship product. Check them out at medal app. Dot co that's metal ab dot co and when you get in touch tell them. Shane sang you then. Project is sponsored by grayhawk. Successful families knew that wealth can create a curious dilemma creates benefits. It secures the future and creates opportunities but it also presents challenges. How do you stay true to your values and ensure that future generations use. their wealth..

"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

02:45 min | 8 months ago

"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

"They count as an msu and okay are is objective and key results. It's just a way for a company to have a team. Say this is our main objective for a quarter as an example and the key results are the key projects that will move the metric on that objective and happens is that if you choose the wrong metric so am i us in this case. You actually end up optimizing for the wrong thing. You know the product you build up to the end up deciding on different features that you're going to build that optimized for something that's top of the funnel in as an example here. All startups are incredibly resource constraints riot. Like there's even despite that they're they're being so much capital chasing startups at the end of the day. You're still capital constrained environment where you have to make sure that you're allocating your dollars in the way that will generate the most equity value for the company long-term and you just waste a lot of effort. It's a shame really one year focus on the wrong things when when the team realized this and ended up changing their okr to be what we called weekly active pinner actually making someone who signs up for pinterest not just come to the site once in a month but actually pin something once a week. Their tire roadmap changed and we were able to make the users that were signing up far more successful and happier and better better long-term engage user. So what you measure matters is huge. And i'm i have an allergy for vanity metrics i i can see a vanity metric mile away and it's one of those things that i just think it's it's You know it just. It's back to that intellectual rigor of really being honest with yourself of what you're measuring is really the right long-term thing up org chart matters to like i think people sometimes see or changes as as a bug as a uh. Oh something must not be going right with my company. The company that i'm at because we had to change though and now i'm reporting to someone else or you know they had to change the leadership teams but it's actually a a sign that the company is growing and it's sometimes i think that is like setting a bone like you have to constantly as you're growing. You have to be able to set things in the right way so that the company set up to be successful to grow quickly to be a lot. Have the cia. The org chart actually be aligned with the strategy And so it's just another one of those things were so many times i would see situations where the way that the organization was structured created attacks on our ability to execute way double click on that so one example i give..

"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

01:31 min | 8 months ago

"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

"I'll describe what you see for the people who do scale the founders who are not afraid to be vulnerable they understand that they are works in progress and then figure out the ways to constantly grow evolve and push their own abilities and it's the people who aren't willing to admit to themselves or whomever they work that they don't know something or they're not letting themselves have that learning moment of accepting that they don't know something that they tend to just themselves back and not scale company scales Welcome to the knowledge project. I'm your host. Shane parrish this. Podcast sharpens your mind. But helping you master the best. What other people have already figured out. If you're listening to this you're not currently supporting number. If you'd like special episodes access before everyone else transcripts and other members only content. You can join at stop. Blog slash podcast. Check out the show notes for a link guest on this episode. Is sarah travel serves the general partner at benchmark. This conversation is interesting. Because not only is sarah an investor but has significant operating experience and scaling as an early employees at pinterest..

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"parrish" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:45 min | 8 months ago

"parrish" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Well, A B C's Alex Parrish a appreciate the update. Thank you. Thank you, Katie. Okay, And that's 5 28. FBK as we check your traffic and weather together than mall. It's in business news, but we begin with the roads ending ahead in my safe way. I'm going to lead with this kitty at Sunrise Boulevard South Bend at Fair Oaks Boulevard is a bathtub blocking the number three lane right As far as we can tell, it's unoccupied, but dead just approach with caution. And, of course, our big story this afternoon is 99 north and southbound shutdown between 50 and 47th. And it's going to be through tomorrow. So you do have to make certain adjustments if that is your name. Route right now downtown to the split eastbound camps. It's going to be seven minutes at two Roosevelt still eight minutes there downtown. They all grew up. And that's a long haul. 20 minutes as you make a way to help grow Boulevard with heavy traffic, starting all the way back around. Well, the top town almost downtown fold some eastbound 50 going to be a 21 minute. Ride down data. Woodland 17 minutes north down by five and a nine minute drive to Davis on westbound 80. And Safeway is celebrating their customers and associates come in and enjoy Safeway as a kid's coloring contest, the scavenger hunt and an appreciation stroll. Thank you for your business and trust Safeway proudly serving their community since 1926 And traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the body leading the way home Traffic Center. I'm Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. Alright, Thanks, Dana and brought to you by life Source. Whole house water systems. Your KFBK forecast. An excessive heat Watch goes into effect noon Thursday through nine p.m. Saturday. Clear skies for tonight. Tonight's low 52 to 56 tomorrow. Plenty of sunshine tomorrow. So I 88 to 92. It'll be hot Wednesday under mostly sunny skies with a high of 100 to 14.

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"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

05:10 min | 8 months ago

"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

"In you whole universe of knowledge and i can't wait to see what i learned next and so i think one of the things we need to do is we need to give ourselves permission to enter rethinking cycles and there are lots of ways to do that we could. We could talk about but chain. I ask you about this because a couple a couple of years ago you wrote a post about how we should have more second thoughts and i literally started writing about that. I think it must have come out around the time that i was writing to think again. Book proposal and i had proposed a tentative title for this book as second thoughts. This is amazing. You're on the exact same wavelength this me. And this is what you do for a living right you you rethink things. You also ask the farnam street community and your whole audience here. The knowledge project to rethink a lot of their convictions. So where do you start your rethinking cycles. And how do you know when it's time to enter one. I think like i. I've just sum this up as like outcome over ego. And so. I usually try to route my outcome. Rut my my sense of identity or or ego in the outcome and something. I learned when i was working for the intelligence agency right about me. Having the best idea like who's got the best idea because that's gonna get the best outcome. And then he sort of grow up in an environment where that becomes the norm by and large. It's hard in a knowledge environment though right because you have so much of your your worth you want to contribute to something. I think there's a biological need to contribute to something larger than us. And if your identity your not mechanically making something you can't see there's nothing tangible to what you're producing then you you've effectively our knowledge worker in one way or another and then you're paid for your judgments of your judgement isn't right. What is it and then what you do is you you force your way right like you. You don't intentionally sabotage other people but you only look for confirming evidence you you're not open to changing your mind because your sense of identity is tied to being right because that's how you contribute to the organization. It's it's interesting but not at all surprising to me that that you really learn this in the intelligence community because the way you're describing your process of rethinking is exactly what what i learned from studying super forecasters right. Which is they. They will often come in to making a judgement and say okay. The only way to have a better shot at at being right is to recognize all the places where i'm wrong at i. I love this practice in particular that came from one of the super forecasters in the book. Jean-pierre gum who when he forms a tentative opinion will actually make a list of the conditions under which he change his mind. And i've actually started doing this over the past few months. Because i don't want to get locked into something that was you know. Maybe a a soothing belief but ultimately one. That's not going to serve me. Well i wanna come to something you said about blackburn blockbuster was thinking you know like how do you balance this notion of okay. We don't know everything. There's a lot of in what we're doing. I'm open to rethinking it. But i also i need to take action and i need to do something. And then you have an escalation of commitment the more action you take which it becomes harder and harder to rethink. You've the cost building up. You have other sort of escalations. How do you balance those things between being open and also affording yourself the the choices that you need to make to exist in an organization and sees opportunity. I don't know that there's a way to get the best of both worlds in every situation. A do think though that you can create conditions that at least increase the probability that you end up both in and decisive at the same time which is sort of strange combination so for me. That's really about changing the way that we reward people so too. Many organizations people are basically counted as successful if they get a good result and failed if they get a bad result and the problem is it often takes years to find out what the results were. And it's very easy for people to persist with failing projects for a long time and convinced themselves and everyone else around them that you know that they're on the right path. Would a lot of the research on this suggests is that we want to shift a process accountability. Not just outcome about accountability and ask people to really think seriously about okay. How would i know that. This is a thorough and thoughtful decision process as opposed to one that's driven purely by wim or intuition and ends up being much more shallow. So i i drove this little to by two that i've i've found helpful where i crossed the quality of the outcome with the quality of the process and i think we need to stop rewarding. Good outcomes at that processes because that's just luck. That's kind of a bone headed decision that that happened to turn out well and we need to start either celebrating or at least normalizing good processes with bad outcomes because if you have a very thorough process let's say for example you're going to launch a new product or you're going to even try to reinvent your culture a little bit or you're trying to figure out should we. Should we hire somebody or not. In all of those decisions the the common ingredient is. You don't know what the outcome is going to be a year two years five years down the road. What you do know though is that there are more systematic more rigorous ways of evaluating the decision. Now so if you can score yourself on a set of benchmarks around okay. Was my process thorough. 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Republicans push for voter restrictions following 2020 election

Sean Hannity

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Republicans push for voter restrictions following 2020 election

"Richard Elliot's covering a voting themed demonstration at the State Capitol today about 100 protesters here out in front of the state capital. We have seen a huge number of election and voting bills introduced at the state Capitol this year. Is a big House omnibus bill passed out of committee yesterday. There was a Senate hearing on another big omnibus bill early this morning. Republicans say these bills are necessary for election integrity. Democrats Accuse Republicans of using the bills were voter suppression after they lost the presidential election and to Georgia Senate seat from our center. Parrish at the

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House Democrats unveil full $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill details

Clark Howard

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

House Democrats unveil full $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill details

"Stimulus checks for most Americans and an extension of $400 Weekly federal unemployment benefits. The Democrats goal to get the bill on the president's desk before those benefits expire on March 14th. Just last week, 861,000 Americans filed new unemployment claims and more than 18 million Americans are collecting benefits from ST And federal government program. ABC is Alex Parrish, a protest in Denver. Ah, Group of workers for the Mental Health Center of Denver. Protest Ng

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CDC outlines plan for students to resume in-person learning as coronavirus cases stabilize

Rosie on the House

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

CDC outlines plan for students to resume in-person learning as coronavirus cases stabilize

"For getting students back in the classroom color coding schools, according to Corona virus transmission rates in their communities, We get more from a B C's Alex Parrish, a for schools and red zones, hybrid, or virtual learning is encouraged while the blue and yellow zones allow for full in person instruction. Masks and social distancing or urged for all zones. So is diagnostic testing. The CDC also saying teachers should be vaccinated as soon as possible, but it's not required to reopen schools. The Biden administration plans to

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Biden struggles to get Republican support for his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan

News, Traffic and Weather

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Biden struggles to get Republican support for his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan

"Some Senate Republicans are against the price tag of President Biden's covert relief plan. But Mr Biden has said the package has bipartisan support among Americans. ABC is Alex Parrish, a president Biden making the pitch for his covert relief plan directly to American people in need of assistance. Speaking to a woman who lost her job named Michelle in a video released by the White House. Recent polling indicates Biden's $1.9 trillion package already has the support of most Americans, including 37% of Republicans. Health

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"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

"And super better and what is it about video. Alex people have an aversion to video games. But there's so many useful tools and insights and lessons that we can draw from them. People who don't play games have two games that you'd out. I mean there are two point three billion people on the planet now who regularly play video games like one in three people have actively chosen to make games a part of our lives which is really exciting moments now. You don't even know. I i would. I bet she might be. I mean she might be doing something on her phone like a little cat collecting game or something. I talked to so many people who swear they'd never played a video game and they are on level twelve hundred of candy crush saga all the time. So what is it about games. Look i mean my god. We could have like a twelve hour. Podcast series at least on this but <hes>. The the most important thing is this. This is my life researching. The potential benefits of games played by the right person at the right time for the right reason and the number one thing we know any game that you love i don't care if it's the legends. It's fortnight is candy crush whatever. Whatever you feel drawn to <hes>. We know that there is a transferrable benefit. Which is you get better at learning new things at dealing with systems that are frustrating and having to adapt. you know. you're learning new rules. You're winning new interfaces. It's designed to frustrate you and you have to adapt and get better and build confidence in your ability to get better and every game does this. And it's it's something that we shouldn't trivialize. We shouldn't pretend that that games are just escapist or just a pastime that they actually build you know this kind of growth mindset. They build this resilient way of dealing with challenges and they especially for young people for kids who grow up learning game after game five year old twin daughters who just got their first tablet this year and they've already taught themselves to play over a hundred different games on this tablet and every day they come show me like mom. Look at this game. I learned. Watch me play this game and just the confidence that you can build in. I can learn anything. I can teach myself. I can get better. I can develop new skills. Even if i'm terrible at this the first time i tried it <hes>. That's something your whole life until you're like a hundred years old desperately trying to keep that neural plasticity going. How do i keep my. You know. Brain healthy and active. Where's the gray matter gonna grow. You can grow it by learning something new. That's hard for you so from five years old to one hundred years old any game that's designed to be challenging is going to give you that benefit. So how should parents think about that with kids. Because there's a lot of questions around screen time. And whether i should let my kids play certain games or not. How do you think about that okay. So the number one thing is you have to be in conversation with your kids around what they're playing and they're three really powerful questions that i ask my kids and anybody. I'm trying to get to know better. Understand the relationship to games and understand their personal strike so you ask them about whatever. The favorite game is right now. What does it take to be good at this game. What skills does it require. What kind of personality or temperament require you ask them. What have you gotten better at since you started playing this game and you ask. What's the hardest thing you've accomplished in this game and asked them to tell you about how they did it you know. What did you have to do in order to meet that challenge because it turns out that people who can talk about what they've gotten better at. What real skills. Whether it's you know being able to manage my breathing under pressure my heart rate under pressure there competitive e sports player or if it's <hes>. creativity. Maybe i don't give up when things are hard. It's communication stressful situations of my teammates. It's i can get. I know where to look. Whenever i i don't know what to do. I really good information. Finder whatever it is people who can talk about that. They tend to bring those skills to their work to their learning to their relationships to their hobbies <hes>. And all you have to do to get somebody to transfer the benefits of games to real life is just have that conversation and you can do it with yourself to like just have a little game journal every time you play new game. You're like what am i getting. Better epic playing this game. It's the hardest thing that i have achieved by one. Been playing this game. And what did it take to do it <hes>. And so if you're having this conversation with your kids. I don't care what they're playing. I don't care if you're playing fortnight twenty hours a week in that stresses you out on by the way twenty hours a week is like the tipping point where we do start to see. It can get in the way of physical health your mental health. So you know

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The Psychology of Gaming with Jane McGonigal

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

04:50 min | 1 year ago

The Psychology of Gaming with Jane McGonigal

"And super better and what is it about video. Alex people have an aversion to video games. But there's so many useful tools and insights and lessons that we can draw from them. People who don't play games have two games that you'd out. I mean there are two point three billion people on the planet now who regularly play video games like one in three people have actively chosen to make games a part of our lives which is really exciting moments now. You don't even know. I i would. I bet she might be. I mean she might be doing something on her phone like a little cat collecting game or something. I talked to so many people who swear they'd never played a video game and they are on level twelve hundred of candy crush saga all the time. So what is it about games. Look i mean my god. We could have like a twelve hour. Podcast series at least on this but The the most important thing is this. This is my life researching. The potential benefits of games played by the right person at the right time for the right reason and the number one thing we know any game that you love i don't care if it's the legends. It's fortnight is candy crush whatever. Whatever you feel drawn to We know that there is a transferrable benefit. Which is you get better at learning new things at dealing with systems that are frustrating and having to adapt. you know. you're learning new rules. You're winning new interfaces. It's designed to frustrate you and you have to adapt and get better and build confidence in your ability to get better and every game does this. And it's it's something that we shouldn't trivialize. We shouldn't pretend that that games are just escapist or just a pastime that they actually build you know this kind of growth mindset. They build this resilient way of dealing with challenges and they especially for young people for kids who grow up learning game after game five year old twin daughters who just got their first tablet this year and they've already taught themselves to play over a hundred different games on this tablet and every day they come show me like mom. Look at this game. I learned. Watch me play this game and just the confidence that you can build in. I can learn anything. I can teach myself. I can get better. I can develop new skills. Even if i'm terrible at this the first time i tried it That's something your whole life until you're like a hundred years old desperately trying to keep that neural plasticity going. How do i keep my. You know. Brain healthy and active. Where's the gray matter gonna grow. You can grow it by learning something new. That's hard for you so from five years old to one hundred years old any game that's designed to be challenging is going to give you that benefit. So how should parents think about that with kids. Because there's a lot of questions around screen time. And whether i should let my kids play certain games or not. How do you think about that okay. So the number one thing is you have to be in conversation with your kids around what they're playing and they're three really powerful questions that i ask my kids and anybody. I'm trying to get to know better. Understand the relationship to games and understand their personal strike so you ask them about whatever. The favorite game is right now. What does it take to be good at this game. What skills does it require. What kind of personality or temperament require you ask them. What have you gotten better at since you started playing this game and you ask. What's the hardest thing you've accomplished in this game and asked them to tell you about how they did it you know. What did you have to do in order to meet that challenge because it turns out that people who can talk about what they've gotten better at. What real skills. Whether it's you know being able to manage my breathing under pressure my heart rate under pressure there competitive e sports player or if it's creativity. Maybe i don't give up when things are hard. It's communication stressful situations of my teammates. It's i can get. I know where to look. Whenever i i don't know what to do. I really good information. Finder whatever it is people who can talk about that. They tend to bring those skills to their work to their learning to their relationships to their hobbies And all you have to do to get somebody to transfer the benefits of games to real life is just have that conversation and you can do it with yourself to like just have a little game journal every time you play new game. You're like what am i getting. Better epic playing this game. It's the hardest thing that i have achieved by one. Been playing this game. And what did it take to do it And so if you're having this conversation with your kids. I don't care what they're playing. I don't care if you're playing fortnight twenty hours a week in that stresses you out on by the way twenty hours a week is like the tipping point where we do start to see. It can get in the way of physical health your mental health. So you know

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Man photographed carrying Pelosi's lectern has been arrested

Purity Products

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Man photographed carrying Pelosi's lectern has been arrested

"Florida Man made famous for the photo of him holding House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is lectern during Wednesday's assault on the U. S. Capitol. Can't blame it for getting him identified. 36 year old Adam Christian Johnson of Parrish now sits in the Pinellas County Jail.

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Covid vaccine distribution has been slower than U.S. officials thought it would be

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Covid vaccine distribution has been slower than U.S. officials thought it would be

"On it comes to shots administered the reality trails. The expectation right now by the Million's state officials are now threatening more action against hospitals that they say aren't doing enough to keep up so frustrating. So fresh ink in Florida seniors camped out overnight. Hoping to get their shot, But thousands were turned away. The governor now demanding hospitals speed things up in New York. The governor is threatening hospitals with $100,000 fine if you don't Used the allocation by the end of this week. You could be fined. And you won't receive further allocations. And that report from ABC is Alex Parrish, a mean time in Wisconsin a day in

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"parrish" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"parrish" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"Twenty four hours a day and then lucky you do i. It is both a blessing and a nightmare. Under normal circumstances they would go to my mom's for a few days at a time or my dad's for a days at a time or you know they'd have friends come over to distract them more. They go to a friend's house and we didn't do any of that. So i i've been i've been around them and with them this year more than i otherwise would have and more than i probably ever will again. If i'm being honest and it has been awesome to have that time but the byproduct is that the children really only they they they're sponges. They soak up whatever they're around and they they. They like kids who grew up in the south. Southern accents kids who grew up in boston. Boston exits like you are a product or of your surroundings. I that say this ever six year old and a four year old both of whom cuss Casually they just picked the they they have re waiting for both of them now to be kicked out of school because they will not stop cussing. And i could blame that on a million different things but the truth is they didn't start cussing until they were around me twenty four hours a day and they hear me when i bought my foot. Say a word that. Maybe i shouldn't say so. Now when they bumped their feet or spilled their drink or you know lose an a game on an ipad They they they go foul language which is is problematic. Cute funny but also probably less than ideal yeah. We think it's hilarious. And they're probably wrapping my beautiful dark twisted fantasies as well. It's my my my boys are i. People always joke about like okay. So what's the latest craziest thing that's happened at your house because you know my wife's a business owner. I have multiple jobs. We have a seventeen year old son that we had when we were too young and then a six and a four year old that we have we were too old. So it's it's always. We didn't plan this out so well. And i my wife and i were joking. If we ever had realized that we were gonna live through a pandemic. We probably would not have had all of these kids. We wouldn't give up now. We love them to pieces. But it's been it's been something else. Man i it's been an interesting year. No question gary parrish is with god. Bless you guys you can read them at. Cbs sports dot com. Let's talk a little bit.

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Atlanta - As Georgia's Hand Recount Concludes, Vote Count Shows Biden Still Ahead

Sean Hannity

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta - As Georgia's Hand Recount Concludes, Vote Count Shows Biden Still Ahead

"And President Trump It stands at 5 13,058. In Biden's favor. We've not yet heard from George Elections officials today as the audit and hand recount is supposed to be completed today. Here's WSB Sandra Parrish, his secretary of state's office has to wait for the four counties were missing voter cards and a box of UN skin ballots had to be added to their totals before they could certify their own results that maybe the holdup for announcing the findings of the audit. We have heard again from the Trump campaign as to their claims of widespread voter fraud across the U.

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"parrish" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"parrish" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

"Hello and welcome dear listeners. Once again, the super going to activity. I'm your host Charlie the professor Esther and with me as always is that blue AJ Bombers from the burger fit still film in Parrish? Welcome fillip, welcome back once again, but super connectivity.

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Senate set to begin confirmation hearings for Amy Coney Barrett

Ric Edelman

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Senate set to begin confirmation hearings for Amy Coney Barrett

"Confirmation hearings are set to begin tomorrow for Amy Cockney Barrett Prison and Trump Supreme Court nominee Democrats expected to hammer away at her conservative philosophy Monday, will serve as an introduction, but expect fireworks on Tuesday when senators have their first real chance to question Judge Barret. Now this will be hotly contested. Democrats don't have the outright numbers to block her confirmation. But expect questions from them on her stance is for Robie Wade and also the Affordable Care Act. ABC is Alex Parrish Day.

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Heat wave hits California and the west coast

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Heat wave hits California and the west coast

"Another heat wave is hitting California and other Western states this long holiday weekend KCBS TV's Christine Lazar reports from Los Angeles. It's small Children, the elderly and those with pre existing medical conditions that doctors are most concerned about Parrish's rail the very elderly, particularly people who are taking where kills. I read heat exhaustion and heat stroke can affect anyone, but it's those high risk populations that are more likely to die from heat. Exposure.

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Moussa Cisse is going to Memphis

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

Moussa Cisse is going to Memphis

"See say five star prospect originally in the class two thousand twenty one, but now I'm class. Two Thousand Twenty announced this afternoon that he is committed to the University of Memphis. Pippen Hardaway's Tigers over offers from Georgetown Georgia. Florida State Lsu and Kentucky for those unfamiliar. I guess you can on some level. Call him a quote local product because he did spend the past year at Lausanne collegiate school, which is seven miles from the Memphis. MEMPHIS campus, but he's not really a local product. He was born in West. Africa moved to New York, in two thousand, fifteen played at Saint Benedict's prep in New Jersey played at Christ King in New York, then relocated a Memphis, the plate laws and this past season led the links to a state title, one Mr Basketball and the state of Tennessee average eighteen point, four points, fifteen point, three rebounds, and a ridiculous nine point two blocks per game, and now we have college basketball season. He says he'll play for the Memphis Tigers. norlander break it down. What do you make a penny? Hardaway lending a five star center in two straight recruiting classes last time. It was James Wiseman this time Mussa. Break it down Oh. Yeah, here's what I got a question for you I. Mean Here's here's was Gary Perez? Is tweet on Wednesday afternoon breaking all caps course. This was an all caps breaking the way I don't i. You know what expected to go to Memphis. I. Don't know if all caps was warranted there. Can you take me inside the thought process versus not in a? Regular grammar versus going all caps in that moment, please. Young Mussa say follows exactly ten people on twitter. I am one of them, and so I wanted to make sure he he saw how much emphasis I put on his commitment. How do I just know that two four six years from now if and when Lucy say is? Able to earn a consistent NBA paycheck, and perhaps it's even a player of of importance in the NBA. Gary Parrish will never ever ever forget or forget to remind people that there was one point in time and Mussa CCA followed ten people on twitter. And he was one of them. I honestly don't even understand it. Because like he used to follow a lot of people on twitter, I noticed and. One of them was not me, and then suddenly he cut almost everybody, but added me I don't really even know the connection there, but. I want I knew he'd see the tweet. And once I knew each the tweet I wanted to I wanted him to experience in all. Caps tweet obviously as as faithful podcast, listeners will know. Also one Moussa, see say. was tutored by your own son so I think. That might also be an influence. Parish working behind the scenes to get it done for Memphis. You've gotta admire actually ironically enough this happening in a week where parish is not on his local radio show. The conspiracy only strengthens. Okay, so here's what here's my question for you. you say the six eleven likely one and done talent averaged. Eighteen point four points, fifteen point, three rebounds and nine point two blocks last season pick memphis over Georgetown. Tom Kriens Georgia bulldogs Kentucky and Lsu. My question is. Who the hell is this guy planning? Nine point two blocks a game what? I have not I have. It's private school basketball in the state of Tennessee so? Took it over people who look like my oldest son in some cases like the blogging. What after another like I don't know I never been to a laws and basketball game and I've never even actually met. Say although it is true, my son and Mussa. Were classmates in my son to tutor him in in certain classes I. I don't even know if say knows that. My son is his classmate. He might, but I don't know that I've never I've never even had a real conversation about Mussa with my son. Other than so, what kind of young man is he and was like really nice? Really Really Nice guy like you know doesn't walk around like some big time. Basketball player I the only other times. I would talk to myself about Moses. Like Hey, did you see that dunk? That was on instagram last night or something like that? Because like fans are crazy, and at one point, the two schools involved in the Memphis in. RECRUITMENT MOST HEAVILY WE'RE MEMPHIS IN KENTUCKY and I'm like it doesn't matter what happens I. will somebody connected to one of those fan? Bases will blame me for it if HE GOES TO MEMPHIS, Kentucky fans it'd be because I pushed into Memphis somehow through my son, and if he goes to Kentucky Memphis fans, it'd be like see parish eight says all the modern salads like I'm not even getting involved. The only time my son had ever been asked about Mussa as recruitment. That I witnessed was one of my friends recently asked him when they were over at the house, and my son's answer was he always talked about? Georgetown but I don't think he's going to go to Georgetown and that was the extent of it. So he was right. Maybe my son's got a future and being a recruiting analyst, right?

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UN chief expresses solidarity for Africa as continent ‘braces’ for pandemic

UN News

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

UN chief expresses solidarity for Africa as continent ‘braces’ for pandemic

"African nations. Need more than two hundred billion dollars to withstand the immediate impact cave in nineteen and to recover better. Human chief. Antonio Guitarist has announced a meeting with African Union senior representatives via video conference on Wednesday Mr Parrish repeated his call for greater help from the International Monetary Fund and others in issuing credit for developing countries debt relief countries that are unable to pay their international. Creditors must also be an important part of the response the UN secretary general said he also noted that a separate global appeal to help over one hundred million people in humanitarian emergencies had so far raised around four hundred million dollars. Such assistance was essential in Africa. As we break for the expected spread of the pandemic Mister Gutierrez said the disease was in no way of Africa's making but as with the climate crisis the African continent could end up suffering the greatest impacts explained highlighting. The urgent need for a safe and effective vaccine. Mister Gutierrez said that it may be the only way to return the world to a sense of normality

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"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

"The connection has gone there for like the sex is a byproduct of the connection. Yes okay that can be the way it goes. So if you're going to have averill conversation with your partner about your sexual connection. There are some ways to do it that are less likely to result in disaster. One is and this is the classic John Goodman Gentle Start up first of all you ask permission is now a guitar to talk about this or else leg. Let's find a time to talk about it because it really is important to me and and I want to hear your thoughts about it. so one asking permission to the gentle positive startup of leg here the things. I really love about our sexual connection action. These are the reasons why it's really important to me. Tell me a little about like what you value about our sexual connection because again couples who sustained strong sexual connection they prioritize prioritise sex so like what is it about our sexual corruption that really matters for us and then you can talk about you. WanNa get the other person to talk about the things that they feel like are standing between them and the sexual connection and uses very silly metaphor of sleepy hedgehogs Fox and the reason I bring it up now is because I saw this wonderful sex coach working with a couple sort of at a workshop and she had them stand up and she said so face each other but put as much distance between your body's as you need to feel comfortable and safe then good and below desire partner stepped back twenty feet right like the whole stage just all this space and the difficult part was not that there was all this space between them it was that that space was not empty space is crowded with months months of accumulated like will if you really love me would are like. I don't know what's wrong with me but your criticism isn't helping and you're not there for me and end of all this like the hurt feelings and the conflict and the misunderstanding in the sense of isolation and the despair and the fear all like in the book. I use this ridiculous metaphor of sleepy hedgehogs. If you imagine that like the floor between these people is crowded with like all these sleepy hedgehogs all these uncomfortable feelings each which of which has to be like picked up and manage with kindness and compassion so that you can set it free so that you can find your way back to each other one by one unfortunately when you're actually in this process once you get the knack of turning toward difficult vince with kindness compassion you can take. Did you be mass noun for hedgehogs is brickell a trickle of sleepy hedgehogs so you can then take like whole pickles of sleepy hedgehogs and move them into the hedge where they belong when I was doing this they in my own as a married to the man on earth who happens to be a cartoonist and so when we were having this conversation in our own relationship he drew our bed edit with a little hedgehog size escalator and then there's a head over the side of the venture wall where like we were allowing all the sleepy the hedgehogs to help themselves to the hedge off the bed. I like panel on Just switching gears a little bit here own. Maybe a bit more rapid fire is be wound up the show in the episode. What are some of the things that males should know of females and end female should know but males when it comes to sex that you find people don't off turn yeah someone replace your language for precision vision stage to say ciswomen insys gender women as a gender men because we're talking about the gender binary we're thinking about like the ways that vac gets communicated women. I think no but tend to down play the extent to which the men are taught that their value as human beings is measured by their sexual. Sul Prowess even if it's not what a person explicitly believes the cultural message is your worth is measured by the number of Vaginas. You can put your penises in and if you can't get your penises into vaginas because they won't let you then you lose. PS women are morally inferior to you and so you are losing to someone morally inferior to you and that makes you less even than women. These are not explicitly held messages for almost anyone but the idea with human givers syndrome is that women are subordinate and if you can't control your subordinate then you have failed in your masculine duty right then so there's this intense vulnerability ability around sexuality where to reject a man sexuality to reject something really fundamental in his person hood. There is is a wound that I think most SIS hat. Men are carrying around related to sexual rejection reaction. They will almost never tell anyone about. I think I mean am I totally wrong only truly wrong and we especially because the narrative of men is they're supposed to be like super strong and invulnerable vulnerable we sort of accept that they actually are super strong and invulnerable and not carrying around these like really deep permanent bleeding wounds underneath the armor summer that they have been forced to wear their lives you ever defiant to hide. Vulnerabilities relates a weakness yeah and that patriarchal message. It's the I think. The primary source of violence against women perpetrated by men is that they don't know what to do with all their hurt but they know that like they can't control this factor in their life and they're so full of rage and despair. It has to go somewhere I it. It doesn't make that okay nothing but I will add that like what everybody else's. Life is like but I do like my friends and sort of your taught to as as males you talked to suppress emotion. Tuck not be emotional. Increasingly the message in society is like you need to be more and more rational less and less emotional user like disconnected from your feelings and you don't get practice practice feeling right. You don't get part just talking about your feelings. You don't get practice feeling your feelings and I wonder like the long term impacts of yeah okay we are leaving the long term impacts of that and women get the same thing but the specific message of Human Givers Syndrome. If you're human giver Your Job Your moral obligation is to be pretty happy yet com generous and attentive to the needs of others so you suppress every other promotion of real like little girls get..

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"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

12:50 min | 2 years ago

"parrish" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

"Gene legs so then we need to figure out what counts as biological versus what's some other level of analysis because in a technical sense the soulful emotional connection implied by making love. That's part of the biological power of sex is that they bonding socially connecting behavior. Almost none of the sax humans have ever had is reproductive. Even before there was hormonal contraception. There was not consistently significant relationship between frequency of sex and number pregnancies occur so almost none of the sexually reproductive its primary function for us as a species species is as a social behavior so that one specific kind of social behavior of making love of bonding a pair of people together her who intend to like stay and maintain that bond over the long term that attachment behavior is biological. There's hormones involved salved chemical changes its biological but it's also social and it requires a particular mindset. Were you go into it with a bunch of things turned off a bunch of cultural scripts in particular turnoff that this is a sex about performance that this is sex about reproduction that this is sex. That's just about like a notch on a two people use that term still notch on the headboard a A. I don't know I know what you mean when you say it so maybe so you come into being lag. This is an experience that's about me connecting with US other human being who matters a a lot to me and it's about the fact that this person matter so much to me. That's what I think is implied by making love and it's totally possible to have sex in the absence of that is totally possible to just like put your body parts together in a noisy energetic athletic way which I think is what is meant by fucking at. I think having sex is putting your parts together in like a lazy hanaway like you're just just like here. This is sorta like bare minimum. Here's my go. You see that's the thing is. I was thinking. Here's my vagina exactly thing yeah. I was GONNA say. Do you do me go to town. Letting Labra can get it over hopefully I can talk to me. Abode the role of Saxe Inter relationships relationships sex monogamous relationship husband wife yet male male male or female female vary not only do people vary from each other and couples vary from each other but also people change across time on relationships change across time. Tell me about some of the common wisdom people the role of sex and in relationships and maybe and then talk to me but how they change over time so here's a sort of standard narratives is that early on in the hot and heavy fallen in love. There's a greater frequency frequency of sacks greater intensity of sexual experience where you're like bonding together and building the foundation of what it's eventually GonNa grow into it feels. Dell's a very high desire high intensity of pleasure hopefully and you're often using sachs as a way to repair any potential central damage to the bonds leg. If you have a fight or if one of the partners goes away for a while you come back together and it's actual way for sure so that's a sort of early in the relationship and then you like get together and you realize it's person your plan is for them to be there for ever and it's really the easy at that point four secs to drop away from your list of priorities in life because you've got a lot of over stuff to do among the couples who sustain a strong sexual actual connection over multiple decades. This is the talk giving tomorrow. Among the couple's stand strong sexual connection over multiple decades. They have two characteristics in common. those characteristics are not but they have sex very frequently. Almost no one has very frequently because you know we're busy. these are not necessarily couples who have wild adventurous interest sex. This is one of my favorite studies. Just a couple of years ago. Study found that the best predictor of sex and relationship satisfaction was not how often a couple had sex or even like what orgasms they have but whether or not they cuddled after sex and these are not necessarily couples that like constantly can't wait to get their hands on each other. Sometimes they are from comes. How's your note you know the difference between spontaneous desire which just seems to emerge out of the Blue Erika Moen the cartoonist who illustrated come as you are draws spontaneous desire as a lightning lightning bolts of the genitals want it yet verses responsive desire which emerges in response to pleasure so in a long longterm relationship with this often looks like is like you got the child care and you put the last load a laundry in the dryer and so you trump up the stairs because it Saturday at three o'clock like you said you me and the right underwear was do this thing and so you put your body in the bed and you let that your skin touch your partner's skin and your body goes oh right I like this. I like this person. That's responsive. Desire and responses and responses are both normal healthy ways to experience desire but responsive desire is more typical of that leg later in the relationship ship sort of experience the couples who sustain a strong sexual connection the two things they do have in common one. They are friends. They have a strong friendship with trust at the foundation nation of their relationship there it is again trust and two they prioritize sex. They decide the choose it. They believe that that it matters for the quality of their relationship that they set aside all the other stuff they could doing the child care that they need to be doing and the jobs they need to go to and other family family members and friends and God forbid they just WanNa Watch game of thrones right. They cordoned off time just to spend during this frankly Frankley sorta strange thing that we humans do of leg rolling our bodies around combining our fluids and like breathing heavily heavily and like if you're somebody walked in and didn't know what it was they might be worried about you because your facial expression those of the couples who sustain a strong sexual cash. I know this isn't a the story. We're usually told about what like satisfying sex life in the long term looks like we're told we need to like spice it up and if you like to spice it up go for it. Novelty multi can be a great way to keep the wheels spinning but ultimately what matters that engagement with sexual novelty like Porn Horn and role play and toys those things are great if you like them but the choice to engage with them in a positive way is itself prioritizing sex deciding that it matters enough for your life to spend your money and your time collecting those things and participating in those things sex seems to add one more thing yet. Go people have kids. It is normal early in the child. Experience zags ex- do disappear from a relationship for any number of reasons not least being that your sleep is going to be deeply fucked up and we know Oh that sleep is actually a predictor of frequency and quality of sex there was one study from Oh twenty fifteen that showed that adding one extra hour hour of sleep increase the chances of having sex the next night by ten percent so everybody out there who wants to get some get some sleep just get a little extra rest what what are the other predictors of frequency and pleasure of Oh. There's like way too many so okay. Frequency does not matter because again. Pleasure is the measure of sexual actual. Being and frequency of sex is not a predictor of sexual satisfaction because people vary so much. There are some people who were like if I don't get it every day then I don't feel okay and other people are like once a month. That's fine or less everything works. It depends on the relationship. Yeah it depends and everything is normal like you're not if both of you are satisfied. Having having no sex that is just part of the spectrum you do you so. I'm not one of those sex educators. It's like Texas so important. You really need to prioritize prioritize it because there are some people for whom it is not important. Don't prioritize it if it's not important to you. I'M NOT GONNA make anybody but for the people for whom it is important there there are six factors that increase pleasure the first is obviously a personal mental and physical well being the best predictor in particular of a woman's. Women's sexual wellbeing is her overall wellbeing so obviously if you are getting over the flu that's going to interfere with your enjoyment of sexuality -ality. If you were just diagnosed with breast cancer that's going to interfere with your sexuality. If you're experiencing depression anxiety good interfere here with your sexuality so mental physical well being your own two is partner characteristics and we don't just think one-dimensionally about their physical appearance Ross talking about since if humor summer and like watching them be expert at the thing that they do when my husband's funny. That's the main thing for me and my sister is a musician married to musician and wind. She hears her husband. Practicing Piano in the room like that really does it for her partner characteristics. It's not just about like what do they look like and here. It is again in trust Mike. I think if people remember one thing this you probably remember this trust based relationship. Almost you trust your partner. Do you work on that trust. And how trustworthy are you you with them that ability to like investigated get trusses deserved circuit and to give it and there is a relationship between trustworthiness. US worthiness and willingness to trust setting is another factor that influences whether or not something is pleasurable so some people really love having the same sex in the same bed that they've had sex every time for the last ten years. Some people really want to be in like a hotel room where they know they're not gonNA. I have to deal with the laundry. I met a woman who had vacationed regularly at this one very old vacation house and had great sacks at this one vacation house and one year. They rented a house. It was in the same town does a different house and the great sex didn't happen. They have three kids and what she realized was. This house was so old. The bed was built built into the wall so amid no squeaking noise so she didn't have that distraction of worrying about kids hearing this and so they're building living a house now with a bed built building the wall absolutely yeah so setting those sorts of factors make a difference and there's a lot of things that are very controllable about the setting adding and it's easy to figure out what works for you just by thinking about so like water like the great sexual experiences. You've had other life circumstances so this is just I like how stressed out are you about the kids and money and Patriarchy and like all the other things other life circumstances that keep the brakes on and then the last factor is my favorite. It's called Ludik factors Ludik from the same root as the word ludicrous. It means to play so how free he do. You feel to play with your partner to have fun to experiment there. Actually I know we have these scripts in our head about like what order things are supposed to go in and we'll we're supposed supposed to do but the fact is consenting. Adults are allowed to do anything they want to to each other like if you WanNa fuck your partners armpit you are allowed to with ver- permission. It's called actually Andrew. Course people like it when there's names for things so like if I can be like yeah. There's a name for that Larry Intercourse. Do you go for it if you like it awesome awesome if it's not for you don't do that. Someone asked me what I really like is when my partner licks between the arches of my feet when the soldier may feeder are pressed together. I couldn't find a name for it so I made one up. Inter planter linked us now that it has a name go for it like you're allowed to do whatever you want to do so that freedom to play is the last factor that increases people's experience of pleasure with sexuality. One of my favorite quotes is actually from Dorothy sayers mystery novel her detective Lord Peter Whimsey says the worst Sin Passion can commit is to be joyless lists..

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"parrish" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"parrish" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Inst- Nell Ville. Sandra Parrish WSB WSB news about your kids health, kids don't eat enough fish study in the journal pediatrics says seafood consumption by children's declined every year since two thousand seven researchers cite several reasons why including concerns over possible contamination, a dietitian at the university of Connecticut says, kids need to develop a taste for fish early before they turn five. They may try it if they see parents, eating it to dress Barnes, going out of business, Elliott and Rosalind Jaffe opened their first one in Stamford, Connecticut fifty two years ago with the goal of expanding to ten locations in the area. And now with six hundred fifty nationwide dress barn will become one of the latest. Hang it up ABC's Daria. Albinger, says. This does not affect other chains owned by dress Barnes parent, including Justice and, and Taylor. The Hard Rock Cafe downtown. Atlanta gets a facelift a permit filed by the city outlines million dollar upgrade for the restaurant on Peachtree business chronicle reports plans include renovating the bar and updating the fixtures and finishes a new hotel, under hard rock's reverberate brand is going up near Mercedes Benz stadium. And that is set to open early next year for Starbucks pops up and game of thrones. Now this eagle-eyed viewers spotted something peeking out from behind one of the legs of actor Jon gravelly, who played same Waltari a plastic water bottle safe to say in the air of game of thrones plastic cannot not yet. Been invented ABC's Jason Nathanson, says the finale is the most watched episode ever aired on HBO. With nineteen point three million people watching live or streaming. We'll game of thrones maybe over on HBO but author George r Martin's still writing. He's got two more books in the works. And he's hinting he may not choose the same narrative or outcome as the series adding. He's just going to let fans argue about it on the internet. WBZ news time, eight ten years.

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