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02:31 min | 4 months ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on WTOP

"The South Korean soldiers who died as well. At the Korean War memorial Luke Luger WTO peers. It's 5 48. Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks, here's the in Crawford. Trying to untie the gordian knot on the outer loop of the capitol beltways across from Maryland into Virginia. The work zone itself is actually near exit 44 for one 93. It's Georgetown pike it's at overpass that goes over the top of the capitol beltway that they're trying to demolish to expand everything for the new four 95 next project. That's the premise. Now what we do is go buy a single vial to the left. We had been at a stop for about 20 minutes and that backtrack pick up all the way across the legion bridge back into Maryland. It is still a slow ride after river road exit 39 to get across the legion bridge and into the sovereign Commonwealth. Some people opting to use the service road for exit 43 and 44 for the Georgetown pike and the George Washington memorial Parkway and then trying to ride the ramps at exit 44, problematic at best because of the slow cycling light at the top of that ramp. So pick your poison, it's a slow ride anywhere you go on the outer loop, getting from Bethesda toward fairfax on the rest of the beltway. We're actually in fairly decent shape. On Georgetown pine kale over crash activity has all lanes blocked at Lee mill road and old and ad hoc road, I should say, for crash activity, we've been talking about this for about a half an hour now. It's as bad as we thought it was and apparently we have some wires down too. So this one could be an extended stay and you'll need to work around to get around Georgetown pike near Lee mill wrote and ad hoc road where the lanes are blocked in each direction. On 95 southbound approaching Richmond still working with the diversion to get around the crash activity at exit 82, follow police direction to get around. In Maryland, the earlier crash activity we had kenilworth avenue near the Pepsi plant that has been cleared all traveling to have been reopened and that's a good thing because it was starting to get kind of stuffy and through there. Two ten southbound I believe our crash near Palmer wrote a Livingston road now a thing of the past and on 50 across the bay bridge we're doing it looks like two lanes eastbound two lanes westbound to and from the shore. Our work zone through brookville, 97, Georgia avenue, both directions between Brookfield road and New Hampshire avenue, I believe we are still alternating traffic through that work zone. Ian Crawford WTO traffic. Word has it, there's some sunshine ahead for your Saturday, your storm team four meteorologist Lauren ricketts. Oh, certainly some sunshine ahead in the sun. It's coming up. Just

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"pepsi plant" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:26 min | 4 months ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on WTOP

"And it's 5 38. Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks, here's Ian Crawford. We start it with what became a Maryland problem in addition to our Virginia problem, outer loop of the beltway, and delays after river road trying to get across the legion bridge and into Virginia and through this work zone at Georgetown pike. Now the better news if there is any to be found is that the front of the line is moving once again. So we do see some movement across the legion bridge and into Virginia from Maryland by cold comfort dad as they are four wide trying to get across the legion bridge and very slow at that. Again, if you've got a plan B to get across the Potomac use that instead for the time being as they try to clear this work so near Georgetown pike, single left lane is how you're getting by. Now the traffic is moving once again. Some people opting to use the service road. That has been problematic given the signal and the traffic signal at the top of that ramp as you try to ride the ramps around. On the rest of the Virginia roadways, call actually a lister telling us some of those situations we have at Georgetown pike. Now, we mentioned our last report, traffic traffic has been blocked in both directions on Georgetown pike at Lee mill road and ad hoc road because of the crash. They're telling us that we have some live electric lines down across the roadway so they may have taken down a poll with this crash in any event, traffic is being turned around because there is no way to get around at this point on Georgetown pike route one 93 through Great Falls near Lee mill wrote and ad hoc road on 95 southbound. It's getting close to Richmond. Everyone diverting ad route three O one Chamberlain avenue exit 82 because of the crash just beyond that ramp in Maryland two ten southbound near Palmer wrote a Livingston road the right wing was getting by crash activity is on kennel with avenue in northbound near the Pepsi plant and at last report the northbound lanes were stopped. Hopefully they're going to break that one loose here fairly soon. 50 across the bay bridge, we've got a left lane blocked because of two way preparations. So two lanes east bound two lanes westbound two and from the shore. Take audible along this summer and listen to you bestselling author Theo books, exclusive originals and podcasts. Start with a free 30 day trial at audible dot com, Ian Crawford WTO traffic. Now the storm team four meteorologist Lauren ricketts. Enjoy today mid to upper 80s lower humidity and lots of sunshine. Now I just want to give you a heads up by the time we head through this week

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"pepsi plant" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on WTOP

"When it breaks, here's the in Crawford. Here we go right back to the Virginia roadways Ralphie got a bad one. Georgetown pike coming through Great Falls near Lee mill road and ad hoc road, crankshaft activity has shut down both of those lanes and by both. I mean, the one that goes in each direction. And so, and that's very problematic on Georgetown product, follow police direction, all lanes blocked each direction, Georgetown pike near Lee mill road and ad hoc road, 95 southbound, the crash was on the ramp to southbound one 23 over on the right side, and then we had the big crash down by Richmond, southbound was diverting on two, three all one Chamberlain avenue at least onto the ramp, which he could ride around and get back on to southbound 95 as you make your way toward Richmond. Northbound is not affected by any of this. It's a blissful ride all the way to the Springfield interchange. In Maryland on kennel with avenue, northbound, not far from the Pepsi plant. We've got crash activity last for it all traffic was stopped there as well, following police direction northbound kennel worth avenue after it splits off from what becomes the BW Parkway. The crash two 70 south bow was near Palmer wrote in Livingston road over on the left side at last report have not had an update from the scene in some time on two 70. I believe the northbound crashed near Bucky's town pike is gone. On the bellway through Montgomery and prince George's county, we are issue free across the bay bridge. We've got two lanes in each direction to and from the shore as these are seeing the first light of morning over in the eastern sky. In the district, the freeway is quiet and so are the two 95s, Ian Crawford WTO traffic. Your weather forecast for the weekend looks much better the humidity starting to get much, much better. Partly sunny skies today, eyes in the mid 80s

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"pepsi plant" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:21 min | 4 months ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on WTOP

"WTO for more on these stories in just a minute. It is 5 18. Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks, here's Ian Crawford. And we go right back to the Virginia roadways Ralph and on the capitol bell Wang, if I can get my cameras to behavior for a second, I can tell you that we are still at a standstill on the outer loop and I'm not altogether sure why this is. They must be moving some very large equipment around something out of my camera view. I can not see the work zone, but I can certainly see the stoppage, the one left lane that is getting by and now delay is going back to the legion bridge. Some opting to use the ramps, the service road for exits 43 and 44, you can ride that on the service road up to the ramps for Georgetown pancakes at 44, but that is also problematic because there is a light at the top of that and you've got to wait through the light before you can cross over Georgetown, I can get onto the back onto the ramp for the outer loop. So again, you pick your poison. Whether you're sitting or moving and then sitting, trying to get through this work zone on the outer loop of the capitol beltway. On the rest of the night, the rest of the Virginia roadways on the subject of Georgetown pike looking for a new crash near Lee mill road and ad hoc road with caution for what may be in the roadway there, 95 southbound, diverting at route three O one Chamberlain avenues, your approach Richmond, traffic stopped for the crash activity now ruined being diverted onto the rather interesting ramp that they have at three O one. I think you just ride that to get around the crash activity. Do you maybe be put back on to 95 sound bound in Maryland, the new crash going to be kennel worth avenue, root two O one northbound after it splits away from the BW Parkway not far from the Pepsi plant and the right lane may be getting by this crash activity. Two ten southbound near Palmer road and Livingston road the crash was over on the left side at last report, not sure whether we have our crash activity anymore on two 70 north beyond near Bucky's town pike I think that would may in fact be gone now. I clear the status of our work zone on Georgia avenue between brookville road and New Hampshire avenue, traffic was alternating when last reported, but that has been some time ago. In the district, the freeway of the two 95s were right issue free. Ian Crawford traffic. It looks like we may have a good day weather wise to get your weekend started here storm team four meteorologist, Lauren ricketts. Oh, we definitely do the humidity is dropping as I

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"pepsi plant" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:45 min | 7 months ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on WTOP

"Sports Thanks for he is always At four 47 Saturday morning may 14th welcome in How about the top stories we're following for you this 4 a.m. hour as we head into the weekend Amanda's dead this morning locally another hurt we're told after they were apparently shot by the owner of a car authorities say that they were trying to carjack It all happened to the gas station locally at Alexandria just south of Potomac yard President Joe Biden this week defending his administration's response to the baby formula shortage saying they moved as quickly as the problem became apparent to them The White House has set up a brand new website this week for parents looking for formula but one manufacturer says this week they expect the shortage to last for months NATO member turkey says not so fast they are not in favor of Finland and Sweden joining the transatlantic alliance of NATO turkey's president says it's because Sweden supports Kurdish militants turkey considers them terrorists They would double TOP for more on these developing stories in just minutes At four 47 when people are hired to work on every county's recreation department they get criminal background checks but what happens when they leave First Montgomery county inspector general Megan Davy Lamar says We did find that recreation is doing required background checks But there were some concerns about retaining and purging records There are employees former employees or just individuals who applied with the county who may still be being monitored Lamar's office recommended the rec department come up with formal policies on handling the records The county's chief administrative officer Richard madelena responded to the report writing that the county agrees with the findings and will strengthen its practices quote in a timely manner Kate Ryan WTO P news The result of an inspector general the report there It's four 48 Saturday morning Ian Crawford and the WTO fee traffic center New crash activity to talk about in Maryland dino will start there through Chevrolet BW Parkway Nord near Kendall worth avenue to those rants for two O one that would either take you off onto the Parkway itself or heading up to the Pepsi plant The crash activity on the right you're getting by a single file to the left where you're told by Marilyn state authorities should not be affecting the southbound flow Extra caution especially if you're coming off that ramp from New York avenue outbound onto the North Island park where 'cause it's right around that area or just beyond that point on the rest of the Maryland roadways actually fairly quiet Watch for work 95 southbound after BWI Marshall airport and exit 47 for I one 95 right lane said to be blocked across the bay bridge foggy conditions persist there and in many other spots with caution but lanes are all available on the bay bridge three going west to go in east to and from the shore Quiet in both Maryland and Virginia inter and outer loop in Virginia three 95 northbound the crash after duke street is gone from the right side should have all your travel aids available and passable Southbound there's never where affected by this one It continues to pump along nicely on 66 I think we've seen the last of our work Before 28 central that should be completely gone from the left side Waiting for an all clear on the work zone eastbound near suddenly road with a left lane getting by we may have some crash activity actors too I just try to get a fix on this right before we went on had to report a crack or at least one stopped in the roadway near suddenly road might be over on the right side yet On the district side the freeway is quiet The two 95 is also without any reported delays Ian Crawford WTO traffic We've got some on and off rain showers once again in the forecast here throughout the day today temperatures will climb into the middle to upper 70s and we will also see periods of dry weather so it's.

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"pepsi plant" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on WTOP

"Tuna Michael and son Traffic and weather on the 8s and let's go to Dave dildine in the WTO traffic center Maryland interleukin latest crash on the beltway is going to be after university boulevard the rescue response blocks the right side a recent crash called in on Randolph road at the loxley intersection and on Randolph road near loxley lane You're getting by staying to the right Serious crashes requiring investigations between Damascus and Germantown 27 ridge road is closed near king's valley road and in Chevrolet a very serious crash closing kettle worth avenue both ways between the Baltimore Washington Parkway and route 50 it happened near the Pepsi plant and lie del road On D.C. two 95 northbound F Pennsylvania avenue had one broken down in the left lane on three 95 just slow to and from the 14th street bridge in Virginia southbound on three 95 through Springfield onto 95 delays are easing traffic advancing forward long-standing crash before backlit Fullerton cleared remaining heavy down at the aka kwon loosening up in Stafford very slow northbound toward Richmond with an emergency works on your exit 89 all day long only one left lane has been getting by 66 quiet both inside and outside of the beltway Can't find the new car you're looking for try a fits way used car next to a new car if it's way cars best visit fit small dot com for reliable pre owned vehicles you can trust That's the fit way Dave delvine WTO traffic Starting to get chilly or out there Matt Ritter's breaking down the forecast Skies will stay mostly clear early this evening with diminishing winds clouds will be on the increase later temperatures falling through the 40s.

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"pepsi plant" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

Wisdom From The Top

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"A big shock. It was a shock for Mike with the shock for me. I mean, and you're 12 years in, so the board knew you the obviously that you were known within the company. You had already achieved so much at that point, but when you were named as CEO, you write about how some of the reactions from writers and analysts and media really kind of got to you. You know, some of the descriptions about you or the anonymous quotes in articles about you really, you really kind of bothered you and understandably. And I could laugh about it now. Then when they write about this sort of funny person, it walks around bare feet, singing songs to herself and that's what they would write about you. Yeah. So we're sorry to work. I know we're sorry to work, but doesn't matter. You are at that time. They were painting me as absolutely exotic person who had come into the boardroom of the staid, prim and proper PepsiCo. I guess they wanted to draw a major contrast. To everybody else out there. I don't care in retrospect. I laugh it off. But at that time, I'm like, see me, I'm one of these totally conservative people who has long skirts and jackets and shirts and always the same kitten heel shoes and I don't smoke. I don't drink give me a break, guys. Maybe a 6 o'clock a kick off my shoes because the heels hurt and maybe when I'm stressed out or how much tune but relax, don't write about me as this hippie kind of a person. But it didn't matter. You know, they painted me in interesting ways. But to be honest guy, that's all behind me because as the company went on as my ten year old CEO went on you know they were supporters and detractors. The detractors are usually louder than the supporters. But then, as long as the board was behind me, I felt I could do anything, which is what I did. You had several big sort of initiatives that you put out while you were a Pepsi. One was sort of reclassifying the products with a fun category for chips and soda and then a better category which was the diet and low fat drinks and low fat foods and then the good for you thing is like oatmeal and other products. And you really push this initiative called performance with a purpose. What was that initiative about what was the idea behind it? This was way back in 2006 and we were beginning to do things to move the portfolio to a healthier mix. Quaker roads was an example of an acquisition that helped us get there. We had bought naked juice that was another example. Tropicana was in our portfolio. And so we were making all the right moves to add calcium to tropicana juice. Take sugary drinks out of the vending machines and schools. So there were a lot of actions that we were taking to make the company a better company if you want to call it that. And future proof it. But when I became CEO, the environment for companies like ours in the marketplace is very different. The talk on obesity was very, very high. There was a big noise about it all over society in every country. We're talking about suing beverage makers. Exactly right. And, you know, countries were threatening taxes, a portion control drinks. I mean, all kinds of noise on our industry in our industry. There was also human cry about plastics. You know, how much plastic was being. There still is. There still is, but then it had started. So, and then in many, many countries, we were viewed as a water parasite, used too much water. The town doesn't have water to eat or drink, and there's a Pepsi plant or a Coke plant close by using a lot of water. So we had to worry about water. We had to worry about plastics. And then those were also the days where it was very hard to get good people to come and work in traditional consumer products companies. People wanted to know what the purpose in life was. Why? Because they were going to the best people going to the tech sector. Totally take or someplace else. But there was a new found awareness about purpose and what do we want to do with our jobs? Why should we work at this company and give it all our time if the companies aren't going to do something to make the world a better place? There was a conversation that's happening that's happening again now today. And it needs family. It needs to. And so because that consciousness had been awoken, you know, to me, the only way the future proof PepsiCo to make sure that we would remain successful well into the future was if I found a way for the company to deliver great performance because we're always about good performance, good financial performance. But figured out how we can transform the portfolio to healthier products, more good for you and better for your products. How do we reduce our environmental footprint? So we reduce our costs and we get a license to operate in societies around the world. And then how do we create an environment inside PepsiCo? So people feel they can really come in and feel like they brought themselves to work. So we worked on every aspect of purpose and performance and put the money behind sugar reduction, salt reduction, dialing up zero calorie products, making healthier products taste great and be ubiquitously available. We did a ton of work on water reduction in our plants. How to make thinner bottles, how to think about recycling in a whole different way. And what kind of programs you should be offering our employees so that they knew that PepsiCo looked at them as an asset for the company, not a tool of the trade. So we changed a lot of things in the company, and it did good things for us. Our performance was good over the period. Our attention rates went up. Our attrition rate was way down. And PepsiCo is once again viewed as a phenomenal talent bank for industry as a whole because we were so filled with outstanding leaders. You were during your ten year often the only or one of just a few female CEOs of a Fortune 500 company and with that came..

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"pepsi plant" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on How I Built This

"Big shock to the shock for Mike with the shock for me. I mean, you're 12 years in, so the board knew you the obviously that you were known within the company. You had already achieved so much at that point, but when you were named as CEO, you write about how some of the reactions from writers and analysts and media really kind of got to you. You know, some of the descriptions about you are the anonymous quotes in articles about you. Really, you really kind of bothered you. And understandably. And I can laugh about it now. Then when they write about this sort of funny person, a walks around bare feet, singing songs to herself and that's what they would write about you. Yeah. So we're sorry to work. I know we're sorry to work. But doesn't matter. You know at that time, they were painting me as absolutely exotic person who had come into the boardroom of the staid, prim and proper PepsiCo. I guess they wanted to draw a major contrast. To everybody else out there. I don't care in retrospect. I laugh it off. But at that time, I'm like, see me, I'm one of these totally conservative people who has long skirts and jackets and, you know, shirts and always the same kitten heel shoes and I don't smoke. I don't drink, give me a break, guys. Maybe a 6 o'clock I kick off my shoes because the heels hurt. And maybe when I'm stressed out, how much tune, but relax, don't write about me as this hippie kind of a person. But it didn't matter. You know, they painted me in interesting ways, but to be honest guy, that's all behind me because as the company went on as my ten year as CEO went on, you know, there was supporters and detractors, the detractors are usually louder than the supporters. But then, as long as the board was behind me, I felt I could do anything, which is what I did. You had several big sort of initiatives that you put out while you were a Pepsi. One was reclassifying the products with a fun category for chips and soda and then a better category which was the diet and low fat drinks and low fat foods and then the good for you things like oatmeal and other products. And you really push this initiative called performance with a purpose. What was that initiative about what was the idea behind it? This was way back in 2006 and we were beginning to do things to move the portfolio to a healthier mix, Quaker roads was an example of an acquisition that helped us get there. You know, we had bought naked juice that was another example. Tropicana was in our portfolio. And so we were making all the right moves to add calcium to tropic and the juice. Take sugary drinks out of the vending machines in schools. So there were a lot of actions that we were taking to make the company a better company if you want to call it that. And future proof it. But when I became CEO, the environment for companies like ours in the marketplace is very different. The talk on obesity was very, very high. There was a big noise about it all over society in every country. We were talking about suing beverage makers. Exactly right. And, you know, countries were threatening taxes, a portion control drinks. I mean, all kinds of noise on our industry in our industry. There was also human cry about plastics. How much plastic was being? There still is. There still is, but then it had started. So and then in many, many countries, we were viewed as a water parasite, used too much water. The town doesn't have water to eat or drink and there's a Pepsi plant or a Coke plant close by using a lot of water. So we had to worry about water. We had to worry about plastics. And then those were also the days where it was very hard to get good people to come and work in traditional consumer products companies. People wanted to know what the purpose in life was. Why? Because they were going to the best people going to the tech sector. Totally take or someplace else. But there was a new found awareness about purpose and what do we want to do with our jobs? Why should we work at this company and give it all our time if the companies aren't going to do something to make the world a better place? There was a conscious decision that's happening that's happening again now today. And it needs family. It needs to. And so because that consciousness had been awoken, you know, to me, the only way the future proof PepsiCo to make sure that we would remain successful well into the future. Was if I found a way for the company to deliver great performance because we are always about good performance good financial performance. But figured out how we can transform the portfolio to healthier products, more good for you and better for your products. How do we reduce our environmental footprint? So we reduce our costs, and we get a license to operate in societies around the world. And then how do we create an environment inside PepsiCo? So people feel they can really come in and feel like they brought themselves to work. So we worked on every aspect of purpose and performance and put the money behind sugar reduction, salt reduction, dialing up zero calorie products, making healthier products taste great and be ubiquitously available. We did a ton of work on water reduction in our plants. How to make thinner bottles, how to think about recycling in a whole different way. And what kind of programs you should be offering our employees so that they knew that PepsiCo looked at them as an asset for the company, not a tool of the trade. So we changed a lot of things in the company. And it did good things for us. Our performance was good over the period. Our attention rates went up, our attrition rate was way down. And PepsiCo was once again viewed as a phenomenal talent bank for industry as a whole because we were so filled with outstanding leaders. You were during your ten year often the only or one of just a few female CEOs of a Fortune 500 company and with that came sort of you as a symbol, a model, an example, all of the things that tend to happen when somebody is the unquote the only or one of a few of a group representing a larger group..

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"pepsi plant" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

Wisdom From The Top

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"And that's what they would write about you. Yeah. So we're very sorry to work. I know we're sorry to work, but doesn't matter. You know at that time, they were painting me as absolutely exotic person who had come into the boardroom of the staid, prim and proper PepsiCo. I guess they wanted to draw a major contrast. To everybody else out there. I don't care in retrospect. I laugh it off. But at that time, I'm like, see me, I'm one of these totally conservative people who has long skirts and jackets and shirts and always the same kitten heel shoes and I don't smoke. I don't drink give me a break guys. Maybe a 6 o'clock kick off my shoes because the heels hurt and maybe when I'm stressed out or how much tune but relax, don't write about me as this hippie kind of a person. But it didn't matter. You know, they painted me in interesting ways. But to be honest guy, that's all behind me because as the company went on as my ten year as CEO went on, you know, there was supporters and detractors, the detractors are usually louder than the supporters. But then, as long as the board was behind me, I felt I could do anything, which is what I did. You had several big sort of initiatives that you put out while you were a Pepsi. One was reclassifying the products with a fun category for chips and soda and then a better category which was the diet and the low fat drinks and low fat foods and then the good for you things like oatmeal and other products. And you really push this initiative called performance with a purpose. What was that initiative about what was the idea behind it? This was way back in 2006. And we were beginning to do things to move the portfolio to a healthier mix. Quaker roads was an example of an acquisition that helped us get there. We had bought naked juice that was another example. Tropicana was an up portfolio. And so we were making all the right moves to add calcium to tropicana juice. Take sugary drinks out of the vending machines in schools. So there were a lot of actions that we were taking to make the company a better company if you want to call it that. And future proof it. But when I became CEO, the environment for companies like ours in the marketplace is very different. The talk on obesity was very, very high. There was a big noise about it all over society in every country. We were talking about suing beverage makers. Exactly right. And, you know, countries were threatening taxes, a portion control drinks. I mean, all kinds of noise on our industry in our industry. There was also human cry about plastics. You know, how much plastic was being. There still is. There still is, but then it had started. So, and then in many, many countries, we were viewed as a water parasite, used too much water. The town doesn't have water to eat or drink, and there's a Pepsi plant or a Coke plant close by using a lot of water. So we had to worry about water. We had to worry about plastics. And then those were also the days where it was very hard to get good people to come and work in traditional consumer products companies. People wanted to know what the purpose in life was. Why? Because they were going to the best people going to the tech sector. Totally take or someplace else. But there was a new found awareness about purpose and what do we want to do with our jobs? Why should we work at this company and give it all our time if the companies aren't going to do something to make the world a better place? There was a conversation that's happening that's happening again now today. And it needs to only it needs to and so because that consciousness had been awoken, you know, to me, the only way the future proof PepsiCo to make sure that we would remain successful well into the future. Was if I found a way for the company to deliver great performance because we're always about good performance good financial performance. But figured out how we can transform the portfolio to healthier products, more good for you and better for your products. How do we reduce our environmental footprint? So we reduce our costs, and we get a license to operate in societies around the world. And then how do we create an environment inside PepsiCo? So people feel they can really come in and feel like they brought themselves to work. So we worked on every aspect of purpose and performance and put the money behind sugar reduction, salt reduction, dialing up zero calorie products, making healthier products taste great and be ubiquitously available. We did a ton of work on water reduction in our plants. How to make thinner bottles, how to think about recycling in a whole different way. And what kind of programs you should be offering our employees so that they knew that PepsiCo looked at them as an asset for the company, not a tool of the trade. So we changed a lot of things in the company. And it did good things for us. Our performance was good over the period. Our attention rates went up. Our attrition rate was way down. And PepsiCo is once again viewed as a phenomenal talent bank for industry as a whole because we were so filled with outstanding leaders. You were during your ten year often the only or one of just a few female CEOs of a Fortune 500 company and with that came. As a symbol, a model, an example, all of the things that tend to happen when somebody is the only or one of a few of a group representing a larger group. And at the same time, you from what you write, we're kind of roiling internally because of your on the one hand you were incredibly successful running Pepsi. And sort of held up as a amazing model on the other hand, kind of struggling with your own feelings of guilt about the time or whether the lack of time you had with your family. That's push and pull is inevitable. Because every one of the jobs I was doing was a full-time job. Being a CEO was three full-time jobs, being a wife and mother was all full-time jobs, each one of them being a daughter was a full-time job. And the days till 24 hours, and believe me I was using that day to its fullest because I didn't sleep much. I learned how to multiplex. I could do three or four things at the same time. So I was going fast. But there is no way that you can do a job to satisfaction level that makes you feel great about it. There's a constant juggling act. And you had to do the juggling, maybe three or four times a day. Because some priority had to shift something at home, had to get precedents or something you're doing at work. So you go through this juggling. And because of this juggling act, you know, you don't feel guilty about work, but you feel guilty about home. Especially my two kids. I'd say my God, when I left home today, they looked at me long English saying, I wish mummy wasn't going. One of them has got the flu, I'd run home every two.

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"pepsi plant" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Sign up now. At bob and sheri dot com. I have banned the word station in my house. I remember you said that. Yeah it's bent. I don't want to hear like my husband. I was having a sterkel weeping meltdown. And i was like i just want to go look at the ocean for one day and my husband goes sweetmeat. I have some ideas for great station. And i would never say the word again. I don't picture him using that word. That's so unusual. I mean it's kind of a recent pop expression it shocked me and honestly when said it. Karema's had whipped around like. Where am i. What's happening. So i want to go somewhere. And so i've banned the word and then sure enough because my phone or my ipad heard me say that word it served me up something in my newsfeed about the mistakes that people make on station and the big one is the reason. I don't wanna go on a station in that. Can i guess. Guess that instead of really doing pleasurable things you a clean. The cat throw up in the garage. You throwaway trash. That's been building up behind the. How do all of these annoying things. You never have time for during the week. Exactly you. don't unplug from your life right. you make. Maybe you're not going to your job. You're not unplugged from your life. You're not seeing new things tasting new things. You're scraping dried cat. Barf off the floor of the garage so the some reading this article about all the ways to not screw up your station and one of the suggestions they made. I could not talk you or my husband into on a dare and that is it says. Take a guided tour. Don't think of it as the place you live. Think of it as a new place your explorer. My husband has lived in the city his entire life. You think he's getting on. he's paying. Forget on a guided tour to if if he is. I feel sorry for the tour guide. Because this is what's gonna sound. Like lays johnson were going along right now south boulevard and from the back. Is your husband going. That's where the pepsi plant used to be at pepsi plant. Is you see those condos. That's why the pepsi plant used to be. Oh have you been riding in the backseat. We didn't know you're there this little. Say he'll say woman let's go for a little. Let's go for a little ride in the truck and so an overall the window down. I can hang my head out. It's how i stay same so driving along. Yeah and he'll go. He'll go see that over there and i'll look over there and what i see is shopping centre with a tj maxx and you know like a kohl's and a grocery store now say when i was a kid we used to ride our bmx bikes there. Oh okay okay. I have a little bit further. See that over there. It's an apartment complex. Their cows there feels like a week ago. Okay can i put my head back out the window yet. Is it time for that. I just read an article about this. It's a guy thing. Agai hits a certain age especially if it's a situation like you like your husband living in the same town all his life or somebody that you know in in their twenties move there now. They're you know fifty and they can't believe that the dairy queen is gone. And there's a steakhouse there The the what the what the article said was guys women. Don't care they don't care that you know that the longhorn which burned down is now a dry cleaners. They don't care that used to love to go to the long horn and you had your first date at the longhorn. They don't care. It's so funny how it's often. It's not like a big historical site like. That's the birthplace president. So and so. It's always what you're describing. When i was a kid. There's dairy queen there and then one time burned down and now it's nothing. It's always up like that. But i'm just going to be honest when when i went to see my friends in connecticut i hadn't been in two or three years. I'm driving through One of the towns that we lived in for a while. And i was. I was by myself and i was saying to myself. Oh that's the lunch annette. My mom used to like it's not. It's a pizza place. Oh well who care. I do that when i when i go to visit my family out west or up north. I'll be like what happened to blah blah blah. How did they put a pin here. We're all guilty of it. You know what i found is true though. Here's what i wife doesn't care that. That place was dairy queen and now it's pizza place. My wife would like to know if i say. Oh that's Merry go zeos house I was That was like the first girl. I ever kissed a no. I'm right there. where is she now. And she's got the phone out and she's finding married to go zero on the phone. Just show me what she looks like today and she wants to know where you ever alone like in the backseat of a car. You know over in a apple orchard with married to go see. She's all about that and she's so good with the phone that she will find. 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"pepsi plant" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"Want that to be the and there's some there's some sort of anecdotal evidence that these plants may have evolved him long before angiosperms but again we don't have these sort of physical changes to the plant rate like cnc four plants. So you can't look at a fossil necessarily and say this thing was doing amber synthesis but no so when we look at isolated we we really didn't know to expect on to some degree we so some of the more basic work right like on does may late cycle. Icu does as a peek at night. Drop off during the day. That's been done on. And we know that others have major enzymes like pepsi right have have been analysed To see if they also cycle they keep it a certain time. Drop off at a certain time and that's true with canada again. A pretty complex process involving a host of enzymes right And and we were able to look at expression patterns all of those and found that surprising on the one hand. It's very similar right. And again these are such divergent plants. Those in where they grow in how they grow and evolutionary speaking that that was sort of surprising in of itself. We see the same enzymes doing mostly the same things but we did find some really key interesting differences. So let's see. I guess i'll i'll lead. What i think is the most interesting and that is so pepsi is found in all plants right not just can't plants like i said cam is using the same enzymes do something differently right. The same genes expressed different and implants. There are there are two types of pepsi. One that we've known about for a long time that is often referred Peps and then another one that was discovered more recently only sort of in an age of genomics that is often called bacterial type pepsi. And it's called that because in via genetic analyses it falls out very close to the pet sees that we find in photosynthetic bacteria in all plants. All lance where we've looked can see three or otherwise the one type of pepsi plant tight pepsi is what is involved in photosynthesis everywhere. We've looked and the more that we've gotten to transcript tomac data back from other types of plant tissues. We have found that that bacterial type pepsi plays a role in other processes. It's bound in really high abundance in castro royal seats and it's been suggested but a lot of the places it's found have very high concentrations of may late on which is interesting right everything about cam in the idea. Planter accumulating lots of late because hep c. is sort of famously inhibited by the accumulation malay so plant type pepsi mail. It accumulates in slowly stops working. It's bacterial tight. Habsi actually forms a complex with plant tight. Se this large protein complex that can continue fixing it can continue producing more late even at higher concentrations daily. So i mean right is very interesting that what we finally look at eissa. Wheaties is not only. Does this plant type pepsi cycle but the bacterial type pepsi cycles along with the exact same expression and it. It's just not something we ever found in plants for. So when i want to say is clearly. This is an adaptation that high levels of may late in the leaves allow co op. This whole other kind of pepsi's to deal with this sort of unusual situation is itself right. Maybe that's true. That's not but it's a very interesting correlation on the letter so the other differences we see on more subtle They're you know. Enzymes will maybe peak at a different time than you see in some other terrestrial plant of things like that and that really gets to the other fascinating story. We find a nice elise. So more and more as we've looked in depth at the genomes and the genes that are transcribed in camp in terrestrial we've found that unsurprisingly controlled by the circadian clock writing. The plant needs to know when it's day and when it's night and it uses that to to regulate gene expression so the second thing that we find a nice elise is the the circadian clock doesn't seem to function the same way as it does in angiosperms in a lot of major ways so as you might imagine circadian rhythms right the genes that control circadian rhythms plants are very conserved. It's really important. That plants can respond that aspect of their entire right. I mean they're photosynthetic organisms. They really win on his up when the sun is down when it's hot out cold out in the circadian clocks allows them and so no matter where you look. In most vascular plants the genes in charge of that are are very well conserved on a lot of cases. They're single copy jeans. There's there's only one of right so so a great example is talk one or pseudo response regulator one. Pr and this. Gene exists is a single copy and basically every planned on except for one's native experience. Reasonable genome duplication. Okay even those where there's more than one copy present. There's typically only one that cycles. Typically monday expressed differentially strapped day. Wow sweeties has to not only zeiss we have to their expressed at the wrong time of day sitters. Mantra are typically again. These very conserve expression pattern in. Ics's is off by twelve hours. It's almost the exact inverse editions that there are other important proteins. They're missing reporting jeans. They're missing either so is z. T al's another important circadian clock. Gene sign angiosperms. It doesn't seem to exist tonight. Suites at gigantea. Another really important. One ice has five copies while it looks like only one of them is full links and sorry five compared to just one in most Okay while only one appears to be full link. There's another one that is sort of a truncated copy that again cycles at the wrong time so while there are some circadian genes that do what we expect them to an ice leads. There's clearly a lot more going on. And this probably has a lot to do with some subtle differences that we see in can certainly if icees is doing everything the same way as terrestrial plants on the surface behind the scenes things seem to be preceding very differently Interesting right because we look at terrestrial plants say you've all evolved the same thing in your all doing very similar rate. Maybe there's only one way this can evolve right. Maybe they're sort of this. Evolution has to follow for cam to arise in these groups is doesn't appear to followed half on case so so again i mean it's fascinating and really allows us to get it at. What is the basis for this complex. Trait we see evolving again and again and again That that isolated..

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"pepsi plant" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Shows. You feel like soft drinks and especially coca cola. you may have heard that coke. Zero has just changed its formula. It's it's changes can to it's a very Kind of sexy looking. Red kellyanne with black letters. And i tried it the other day. Mary brought a few Kansan and it's very good. I think it's going to be a success. But when she came in and said this is the new coke coke zero. The only thing i could think of was new coq many many years ago when they changed the The original coca cola to a new formulation to sweeten it a little bit to compete with pepsi. That was coming up and it bombed and they had a change of back at. That's the first thing that came to mind but they got it right. I think this time if you're a soft drink lover and so i was reading about some other businesses big businesses that had major fails. I don't know why. I'm so attracted to stories like that. It's just that maybe it's the appeal that you have so much research you have so many people working for you. How could you screw this up. Do you want to hear a couple of them. That fail okay. Red lobster almost went bankrupt when it came up with a marketing campaign in two thousand and three for unlimited crab legs. It had no idea this. Might tank the company edna morris red. Lobsters ceo reasoned that by pricing. The snow crab fest at twenty two ninety nine rather than the usual fourteen ninety nine all you can eat price. It would offset the cost of the promotion so like for fourteen ninety nine. You can get all you can eat popcorn. Shrimp right will. The campaign did not foresee some of the problems that became quickly apparent i the high price and the relative scarcity of snow crab legs and second the ability of americans to eat enormous amounts of food when presented as a buffet. Not only did customers eat a ton of the expensive crustaceans but they also spent a lot of time doing it. Because cracking in eating crab legs is a tedious endeavor. Turnover was slow and in one quarter red lobster. Lost three point. Three million dollars of an its stock plummeted by the way that three point three million today to the salad all that much but back in two thousand three. That was a lot of money. she was forced to resign. And only olive garden. Kept red lobster going. That's it's sister chain. The just didn't realize that we americans if you say all you can eat we're gonna take you up on it. We are going to take you up on it and so they almost went bankrupt because nobody sat down and said how many do you think. How many do you think actually gonna eat. Nobody did that. Nobody said nobody said. How much time does it take to crack this. 'cause you gotta turn over tables to be to be profitable right on. I feel like when it comes to crab legs and all you can eat there there. There are americans that train for this. 'cause if you've ever been in a buff if you've ever gone to a restaurant that has a buffet with all. You can eat crab there you can tell. The professionals who come in. They are ready for it. They're dressed for it you know. They're dressed maximum crab leg cracking comfort. And they can they. They walked through that buffet line and they're not tempted by anything except for the crab and they sit down. Have you never watched a really serious crab leg person go for it. They sit down. And there's no conversation they're not contact cracking slurp slurp and you wanna hear another. You can't run a business with these people. So then we're here another fail pepsi in nineteen ninety-two came up with this worldwide idea. They want i think they want country to country and the idea was there were going on pepsi caps underneath the cap. They would print a number from one to two thousand. And if you've got the number three forty nine you won a million dollars. So in malaysia by mistake they printed Eight hundred thousand bottles with the winning number of what million dollars people were showing up at the pepsi plant with the winning numbers demanding to be paid pepsi. Said we made a mistake. But we'll give you something. How much five hundred pesos. I don't know exactly how much that isn't but is not enough. It's no there were riots. In three people died three people died from that. And finally this one is just absolutely horrifying right after nine. Eleven in the twin towers went down miracle mattress in san antonio texas came up with a promotion. And here's what the tv ad said. What better way to remember nine. Eleven then with a twin towers sale to to employee's fell on a stack of twin mattresses set up side-by-side knocking them over while the store manager Had a mock for this. Do you remember that. I remember this. And the ended up with her saying we will never forget. And then you know the addresses of the stores to buy the mattress system. How could you not have one employee. Say i don't go well because we worked with this this person who had these kinds of ideas and the one that said. I don't think this is gonna go. Well has never worked in the business again right. I you know you know the guy i'm talking about. Just the guy would have that idea. And who do you think was going to ever stand up to unbelievable. Not coincidentally we have borne spreaker bob sherry individual. Simple people lead. Bob and sheri your. It's morons in the news where we like to say here in the bob and sheri show if you're doing something illegal. Don't do it while you're.

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"pepsi plant" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Longtime standard Wingstop coming in very curious about that rivalry and rivalries in general for all 487207 50. Sarah is in Athens. Sarah, Welcome to show. How are you? Hey, mark A banana banana. E think the biggest rivalry is one that has been going on for over 100 years and this Coke versus Pepsi. Yeah, it's it's weird. This is such a regional thing. When I went to school, I grew up as a Coke fan. I'm always a Coke fan. But when I went to school in upstate New York, there was a big Pepsi plant there and anywhere along the Hudson Valley was Pepsi was perhaps he was Pepsi and was the struggle to find a Coke. But now you move down here, and it's a struggle to find a Pepsi but huge rivalry there for sure. I always wonder if that if the Coke and Pepsi truck drivers shoot each other, like the birds if they're driving that, you know that you have a you have a pass on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. You get one of these. Oh, you know, you know, I know. I know it's fucking thing I'm doing right now. I would do that. I think rivalries juice people up. You know you give someone to compete against. That's why they say sprinters, like the 40 yard dash in the NFL combines they should run two at a time. Here. They run them individually because people will automatically run faster if they're against somebody. That's true. Competition breeds success. Billy's in Canton, Billy, Welcome to the show. Hey, Mark, how you doing? What's going on, Billy? Oh, no much Hey, I was with I was with the Miller distributor here in Atlanta in the eighties and nineties. And if you remember when they built the Georgia Dome, Miller lite was the main major logo in there. Well, I think we was Hooters and naturally fresh and somebody else but the way that thing went down your Budweiser Miller was really competing with each other. And, um, But while they went into side to, you know, to sign the contract for the dog because they had the first right of refusal, and they wanted $20 million for this thing. So the guy goes, I'm gonna get back with you. And so Miller, who looked at Atlanta yet the Olympics coming up, you had the Super Bowls. They're about to be there and everything else. The Braves going on groceries, Millard said. The guy in the consigned the check So Bud Wiles. But Lazar was pretty strong in Atlanta, but on this particular time, they knocked him out of the Saanich for the for the Georgia Dome. And the Super Bowl ended up being there in 94. So who won the battle? Oh, middle lad. Yeah, There's a lot had the sign is where we got this. We got sweet out of the deal. It was so cool. Yeah, I would imagine not to cast dispersions, Billy. But Miller what had been the underdog in that battle,.

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"pepsi plant" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Like. I'm thinking about this like any time that i ever see you know. Somebody famous being interviewed especially podcast with kid gloves and stuff. They're just kinda like talking to them as if they were in the mental ward of a hospital. How're you doing today. Oh that's great. You know there's a little bit of a condescending tone of voice and i'm wondering if that is something that we just don't comprehend because we're not walking in the shoes of these high profile individuals. And maybe hillary clinton donald trump also wanna cover the furniture in the hotel rooms with linens to. You know it's like it's a situation where if you get a lot of people chiming in and weighing on you and well about the whole thing with the hotels so that's about access to resources. Most people don't have somebody that are gonna that's gonna put up sheets for you yourself and the toy is traveling. It's probably it's probably be at somebody else's expense bringing her for gig or something and so she she can say. This is what i want. This is what has to happen. It's you know when joan crawford with travel. I guess she came to my hometown of to open up the pepsi. Plants and my parents met her because she had an opening ceremony. Because your mother has to me every single person that comes into. She's like the chamber of commerce. She's involved in lotta historical societies involved in a lot of stuff to. She's like that character. I don't know if you guys watch the good. Which on flex she's like. The mayor is often described as as a gat about in dallas and that's the characters genetic which she's everywhere. Everybody knows my mother and so she was show see match on the thing that she remembers about. Joan crawford is that when she came to town she stayed at the holiday because that was the nicest hotel at the time in my hometown and she insisted that they have satin sheets for her. And when i met christina on on mother's day and probably what was that nine hundred ninety six or nineteen ninety-seven. She came to town. She did an event at the gay club. I told her about that. And she's like. Oh yeah i was at the pepsi plan opening. And i was just like oh about talking about your mother my mother. Yeah my mom and should you were that. She didn't nobody. Mentioned the christina. Was there and i told her about the satin sheets. She's like that. Sounds exactly like my mother Joan like the finer things in life. I wonder if joan gave advance notice that she wanted though sheets just sprung it on when she got there. I think my mother said they had to hostile to get them. They had to figure out where to get. Would there be a of satin sheets and irie pennsylvania at that time magic. Maybe one of the nicer stores that the department stores would have had something like that Joan crawford and this day and age. What would her sex life be like. You think well her Companion in the book. Is the christian rap. The porn star relentless. Bbc will let you figure that out. And you're a good looking Daddy who swims a lot and you have..

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"pepsi plant" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Celebrities as if all of them have some form of mental illness to some degree. I mean like. I'm thinking about this like any time that i ever see you know. Somebody famous being interviewed especially podcast with kid gloves and stuff. They're just kinda like talking to them as if they were in the mental ward of a hospital. How're you doing today. Oh that's great. You know there's a little bit of a condescending tone of voice and i'm wondering if that is something that we just don't comprehend because we're not walking in the shoes of these high profile individuals. And maybe hillary clinton or donald trump also wanna cover the furniture in the hotel rooms with linens to. You know it's like it's a situation where if you get a lot of people chiming in and weighing on you and well about the whole thing with the hotels so that's about access to resources most people don't have somebody that are gonna that's gonna put up sheets for you yourself and the toy is traveling. It's probably it's probably be at somebody else's expense bringing her for gig or something and so she she can say. This is what i want. This is what has to happen. It's you know when we travel. I guess she came to my hometown of to open up the pepsi. Plants and my parents met her because she had an opening ceremony. Because your mother has to me every single person that comes into. She's like the chamber of commerce. She's involved in lotta historical societies involved in a lot of stuff to. She's like that character. I don't know if you guys watch the goodrich on flex she's like. The mayor is often described as as a gat about in dallas and that's the characters genetic which she's everywhere. Everybody knows my mother and so she was show see match on the thing that she remembers about. Joan crawford is that when she came to town she stayed at the holiday because that was the nicest hotel at the time in my hometown and she insisted that they have satin sheets for her. And when i met christina on on mother's day and probably what was that nine hundred ninety six or nineteen ninety-seven. She came to town. She did an event at the gay club. I told her about that. And she's like. Oh yeah i was at the pepsi plan opening. And i was just like oh about talking about your mother my mother. Yeah my mom and should you were. That didn't nobody mentioned. The christina was there and i told her about the satin sheets. She's like that. Sounds exactly like my mother Joan like the finer things in life. I wonder if joan gave advance notice that she wanted though sheets just sprung it on when she got there. I think my mother said they had to hostile to get them. They had to figure out where to get. Would there be a of satin sheets in pennsylvania at that time magic. Maybe one of the nicer stores that the department stores would have had something like that Joan crawford and this day and age. What would her sex life be like you think well her Companion in the book. Is the christian rap. The porn star relentless bbc. So i will let you figure that out and you're a good looking Daddy who swims a lot and you have..

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"pepsi plant" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"pepsi plant" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Tv show for a while and the weirdest thing that she does is. She travels with a box of sheets white sheets and her assistance. Cover everything in the hotel room with these linens. So she doesn't have that extra touch anything that other people have been touching. I can't really argue with that policy. It makes sense because what you go into a hotel room. It was like those though the blankets. So they give you watch those inbetween like the wash the sheets and stuff like that. But the blankets. Don't get washed so if you went to one of those little lights you'd see all sorts of things on their black light lamps sperm. Yes i want to see the snow pts article on that one guy go right ahead. I don't know if that's stuff people do in hotel rooms it's disgusting. Show what you do in hotel rooms. I know what i got up to ten. Yeah oh i or maybe dial it back to ten. Where does he stay. I want to be showed us on my list hotel fanciest of five stars. So what would joan crawford think about like the because a lot of these. Celebrities are obsessed with cleanliness. Right it's like madonna la toya joan. Well she grew up her she was her mother was a took in laundry was a laundry list. They call this day. And so i think that her mother probably always instilled that you have to be clean. Look how dirty these things are and so it really just kind of like put it into her mind while i'm one of the few actual facts. I know about joan crawford is that she worked in the school laundry to help pay her tuition at a morning school and so early on you know she came to feel maybe not socially as good as other people and that dirt was maybe a representation of that so let's scrub the dirt away and ms good as or better than other people. Do people treat celebrities as if all of them have some form of mental illness to some degree. I mean like. I'm thinking about this like any time that i ever see you know. Somebody famous being interviewed especially podcast with kid gloves and stuff. They're just kinda like talking to them as if they were in the mental ward of a hospital. How're you doing today. Oh that's great. You know there's a little bit of a condescending tone of voice and i'm wondering if that is something that we just don't comprehend because we're not walking in the shoes of these high profile individuals. And maybe hillary clinton donald trump also wanna cover the furniture in the hotel rooms with linens to. You know it's like it's a situation where if you get a lot of people chiming in and weighing on you and well about the whole thing with the hotels so that's about access to resources. Most people don't have somebody that are gonna that's gonna put up sheets for you yourself and the toy is traveling. It's probably it's probably be at somebody else's expense bringing her for gig or something and so she she can say. This is what i want. This is what has to happen. It's you know when joan crawford with travel. I guess she came to my hometown of to open up the pepsi. Plants and my parents met her because she had an opening ceremony. Because your mother has to me every single person that comes into. She's like the chamber of commerce. She's involved in lotta historical societies involved in a lot of stuff to. She's like that character..

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