37 Burst results for "Pitney"

Fresh update on "pitney" discussed on It's Been a Minute

It's Been a Minute

02:57 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pitney" discussed on It's Been a Minute

"Last year Now the possibility of abortion restrictions looms over parts of the country Robin Tucker a nurse practitioner and midwife who works in D.C. Virginia Maryland and Maine says these telehealth services are seeing a big surge in demand The future of abortion access is going to be getting pills out there and getting pills in the hands of people that's like one of the interventions that can provide the most autonomy in this kind of environment where people are going to lose reproductive rights Abortion pills in the U.S. are a combination of two drugs mifepristone and misoprostol Together the pills block a hormone needed to continue in early pregnancy and get the uterus to expel it They've been approved since the year 2000 and now account for more than half of all U.S. abortions The pills are considered safe and effective for ending pregnancies up to ten or so weeks Nora was 6 weeks along when she realized that she was pregnant and she found aid access through social media I was on TikTok maybe the day I decided about aborting and one of the comments was like hey guys you should check out 8 access It's an organization run by female doctors The rest of the process was also virtual She filled out an intake form which asked questions like how far along is your pregnancy and do you have an IUD in place A clinician was on the other end reviewing Nora's answers to make sure that she was a good candidate for a telehealth abortion And they checked her ID to make sure that they were complying with the laws in her state Right now abortion is still legal in every state but telehealth abortions are not Doctor Jamie Pfeiffer is founder of abortion on demand a telehealth provider that operates in 21 states Any restrictions on abortion care within a state whether it's gestational age limits state managed ultrasound extended waiting periods no matter how egregiousness restrictions are they also apply to telemedicine abortions within that state States like Texas Tennessee and Missouri have explicitly banned telehealth abortions Other states have some in person requirements Elina sulgen director of women's health policy at the Kaiser family foundation says there are many gray areas Can a patient see a doctor in a different state can Friends send pills across state lines and how will any of this be enforced We really are moving into a new zone I think it's going to be challenging for providers I think it's going to be challenging for patients And I think we're going to see a lot of litigation as these cases move forward In states where telehealth abortions are not legal aid access has a workaround They have an international doctor based in Europe who sends abortion pills from a pharmacy in India It's a method the FDA finds very concerning and it also has medical drawbacks and aid access Doctor Who asks us not to use her name to protect her family says getting the drugs from India can delay abortions by several weeks She says aid access and other providers of abortion services are pushing for a different solution They want the states they work in to protect them if they prescribe across state lines We're really trying to lobby the state to pass those assurances that my license will not be at jeopardy My malpractice will not be a jeopardy And that I will not be extradited to another state And prosecuted Because these are criminal and civil penalties that we're looking at Legislators in California Washington and Connecticut have passed or are thinking of passing laws to protect their clinicians from liability For Nora who lives in New York every step of getting the telehealth abortion was totally legal But she still felt like she had to hide what was happening It was very lonely even though I have a monstrous unit of support it was still very lonely so I'd send emails being like I'm worried She sent panicked messages to aid access and they wrote her back every time even though it was a no response email address Christy pitney a clinician with aid access says the service prides itself on providing discrete abortions very few questions asked But it's not the ideal So I hate that we're having to work in a society where we need these workarounds But I appreciate that they're available Pitney prefers that people had open access to abortions both in person and online and all 50 states Still she expects things to go further underground If the Supreme Court does follow through with striking down roe versus wade Ping Huang and PR news Mara Gordon co reported this story Roger angel the great New Yorker writer and editor has died at the age of a 101 Last interviewed him when he wrote a book about aging called this old man at the age of 94 I took a cab to meet him that day in her New York bureau roger had walked more than 20 blocks there Roger wrote about hundreds of different things in people and was hired at The New Yorker when Dwight Eisenhower was president But he knew he was most celebrated for his essays about baseball and wrote as a fan It is foolish in childish on the face of it to affiliate ourselves with anything so insignificant and patently contrived and commercially exploitative as a professional sports team roger angel once wrote What is left out of this calculation it seems to me is the business of caring And so it seems possible that we've come to a time when it no longer matters so much what the carrying is about how frail or foolish is the object of that concern as long as the feeling itself can be saved Naivety the infantile and ignoble joy that sends a grown man or woman to dancing in the middle of the night over.

Robin Tucker Nora Jamie Pfeiffer U.S. Elina D.C. Maine Kaiser Family Foundation Maryland Virginia India Christy Pitney Roger Angel Missouri Tennessee Wade Ping Huang Mara Gordon FDA Texas Great New Yorker
Fresh update on "pitney" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:01 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pitney" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"Aid access has a workaround They have an international doctor based in Europe who sends abortion pills from a pharmacy in India It's a method the FDA finds very concerning and it also has medical drawbacks and aid access Doctor Who asks us not to use her name to protect her family says getting the drugs from India can delay abortions by several weeks She says aid access and other providers of abortion services are pushing for a different solution They want the states they work in to protect them if they prescribe across state lines We're really trying to lobby the state to pass those assurances that my license will not be at jeopardy My malpractice will not be a jeopardy And that I will not be extradited to another state And prosecuted Because these are criminal and civil penalties that we're looking at Legislators in California Washington and Connecticut have passed or are thinking of passing laws to protect their clinicians from liability For Nora who lives in New York every step of getting the telehealth abortion was totally legal But she still felt like she had to hide what was happening It was very lonely even though I had monstrous unit of support It was still very lonely so I'd send emails being like I'm worried She sent panicked messages to aid access and they wrote her back every time even though it was a no response email address Christy pitney a clinician with aid access says the service prides itself on providing discreet abortions very few questions asked But it's not the ideal So I hate that we're having to work in a society where we need these workarounds But I appreciate that they're available Pitney prefers that people had open access to abortions both in person and online in all 50 states Still she expects things to go further underground If the Supreme Court does follow through with striking down roe versus wade Ping Huang and PR news Mara Gordon co reported this story Roger angel the great New Yorker writer and editor has died at the age of a 101 Last interviewed him when he wrote a book about aging called this old man at the age of 94 I took a cab to meet him that day in her New York bureau roger had walked more than 20 blocks there Roger wrote about hundreds of different things in people and was hired at The New Yorker when Dwight Eisenhower was president But he knew he was most celebrated for his essays about baseball and wrote as a fan It is foolish and childish on the face of it to affiliate ourselves with anything so insignificant and patently contrived and commercially exploitative As a professional sports team roger angel once wrote what is left out of this calculation it seems to me is the business of caring And so it seems possible that we've come to a time when it no longer matters so much what the carrying is about how frail or foolish is the object of that concern as long as the feeling itself can be saved Naivete the infantile and ignoble joy that sends a grown man or woman to dancing in the middle of the night over the.

India Christy Pitney Roger Angel Wade Ping Huang Mara Gordon FDA Great New Yorker Nora Europe Connecticut New York Pitney Washington California Supreme Court Dwight Eisenhower The New Yorker Roger Baseball
Starr Sackstein: Connecting Students to Their Curiosity

Overthrowing Education

06:01 min | 1 year ago

Starr Sackstein: Connecting Students to Their Curiosity

"I have. There's so much that. I wanna talk to you about their so many things that we both share a love of at a passion for getting students to ask great questions and also working with teachers on asking great questions and so i really wanted to talk with you about. Why would you say that this is important so for me at the heart of inquiry is really good questions and to be curious about the world around you. You need to have that heart of inquiry so just going beyond. What is this or you know if we are looking at phenomenon thinking about young children and their curiosity versus what it looks like. By the time. I was seeing them in twelfth grade. I think finding ways to connect kids to their curiosity. That questions are really the way to do that in a learning space and as an educator. It's so important for us to be curious about our kids and what they need from us so teaching them to ask really good questions really opens up the kind of dialogue rikaby having in class as well as opens up other modes of means of assessment of those children at the same time. Yeah i think one of the things that i've noticed. Is that a lot of the questions that get asked and so teachers like well. I do ask questions and sober. But a lot of the questions are either comprehension of content questions and they're close ended questions or even if they're masked as open ended questions. The teacher has an idea in their mind of what the answer is. And i think sometimes that's where we get stuck and why students have a hard time understanding that there's many kinds of questions that will get you many kinds of information that you need absolutely and as a journalism teacher and teaching kids interview skills and coming up with really good questions. That are gonna drive what they end up writing eventually. It's so important to really get people talking and when we had the answers to the questions that were asking. There's really no point. Ask those questions. Certainly as as a new teacher. When i started out. I made those mistakes too. I think every teacher dozen the beginning of. When i was teaching a text in my lesson plans i would have the questions and the answers. I was looking for in them. And i think it took years for me feel confident enough to go rogue if you will asking questions where i couldn't possibly know what kids were going to say and where that might take me ends feel confidence even with that lack of preparedness to walk into a space and you know give over the control of the content of the kids and i think by having open ended questions. Essentially what we're doing right. We're giving them control the conversation. Yeah and i do agree with you that for a lot of people. That's really scary. I remember when. I figured out what you just said i think was this a pitney that i had when i would give these questions that i felt that i had the answers to like. I was searching for something that i wanted the students to say and then they would say something different. That would blow my mind. That i had that i had never thought of and i would tell them i was like. That wasn't the answer. I was looking for with adds amazing answer. You just taught me something. And they loved that. So that was really an inspirational moment for me to realize. Maybe i shouldn't preplanned what i think the answer is and and just ask these questions at let everybody kind of we can all learn together as it was an amazing paradigm shift for me. I remember also asking my students to comment on a text by giving me three good questions. And what i found is they didn't know what i meant by a question like in my mind. I knew what i meant. But they didn't know so all of their questions were were comprehension content based like they would expect a teacher and i said well. Can you find that answer in there. And they said yes. And i said then. Why do you have that question. Look in the tax. Asked me a question that you don't know the answer to that. You want to know the answer. So i think like in the older grades. You mentioned kindergarten. I were we have innate curiosity when we're younger right but by the time they're in high school like you said like if they don't if it's been squashed out of them we need to retrain them to have that curiosity. Yeah well i mean the system is set up to basically kill it at them when we focus so heavily on testing and grading and creating assessments. That require them to have one right. Answer i think really makes kids reticent to like not only do not know how to question but they also don't know how to trust themselves when they have their own assertions about things because they're terribly anxious about being wrong and when you're young. Being wrongs not a bad thing. It's a part of the learning process. And i think somewhere between fifth grade and probably early high school or maybe even before that when you know state tests starting third grade they start to understand that there are right and wrong answers. According to some. And if i'm going to be successful playing this game of school. I have to learn how to get the right answer and spend my time focusing on that. Rather than spending time on things i find fanciful or interesting because that's not going to help me right now and it's it's a crying shame. What school systems do to kids. And you know. I'll spend the rest of my career trying to write it if not only for my own child but future children who come through systems and you know they should be leaving school more serious than they start out the other way

"pitney" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"pitney" Discussed on Pantheon

"Hi this is pleasant gaiman. Welcome to the devil's music. I'm pantheon podcast. I'm a punk rock. Which from hollywood california with a lifelong passion for rock and roll. And the occult it all started when supreme in the seventies. I was one of the first punks and la and as a teenager. I worked at the whisky. Cocoa producing shows and made a xeroxed fanzine coupla bottom which led me writing for every major rock and roll. Publication can think of in the eighties and nineties fronted three bands and the best selling author with eight books out and bar on the way for the past thirty years. I've toured around the globe to teach and the belly dance and burlesque. You've probably seen the acting or dancing music videos feature films and documentaries but for me in the gogo star to find out more about me to purchase a book or two. The tarot reading appointments. Please go to my website. Pleasant email dot com him really excited to be part of the pantheon. Podcasts network of rockin. All shows everyone here tells stories about the music. He loved so hard. Each of the different twist find. All podcast said pantheon. Podcasts dot com or an apple spotify stitcher iheartradio dot com pandora. Anyway you get your favorite podcast six baby. Hey there martin popoff here about a new podcast. That i'm doing called history in five songs with martin. Popoff this is available on the pantheon podcasting network Anywhere that you happen to get your podcast. Generally the idea is it's gonna be short quick sweet. It's going to be informative. Were basically going to pick five. Songs can play clips from those five songs and they're going to create a narrative around the theme. I've come up with Usually based around hard rock and heavy metal topics as many of you know. I'm kind of my area of expertise of written eighty plus books on hard rock. Heavy metal old man heavy metal new heavy metal one thousand nine hundred eighty seven east little bit a little bit of punk that come into it a little bit later but yes i'm I'm definitely pleased as punch to be involved with a pantheon podcasting network and and doing this show history in five songs with martin popoff. So join me there. It's going to be a weekly thing. Hoped to have you around comment facebook with me. It's going to be a lot of fun talk you later..

martin eighties seventies five songs eight books two Each apple gaiman facebook Popoff martin popoff eighty plus books one spotify a book three bands dot com five pandora
"pitney" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"pitney" Discussed on Pantheon

"A little teaser. And then we'll go listen to the whole thing.

"pitney" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"pitney" Discussed on Pantheon

"Do background just kind of it's kind of and at the very end when it fades out. That's all that remains. Yeah it seems like it was a laid right on top of that doesn't it. Yeah that's kind of cool. Yeah so kind of stood out to me. I i like that. I thought that was apparently kind of a surprise. You had you. Had you ever heard that before. No i have no idea who gene pitney is. Never heard no of course not. I'm thirty two years old. I don't know this. I know but but that particular song had you even heard that just kind of in general now. I mean. i've heard songs like this. There's a lot of you know it's it's that time when oman you know back back in that time all music sounded the same genre you know depending on what genre you're listening to all the songs sound very similar and so i've heard songs that sound like this but in this particular case it didn't because if if he's if you listen to the radio for the artist right the next song is coming up by gene pitney. You know what to expect and like that's not gene pitney. Like oh my god you know kind of thing. I believe you what we have looked at. I just didn't. I'm not familiar with him. I'm not familiar with his music And to know him as you know this this love song kinda love is limit and broke my heart kind of thing. In the end it's schmaltzy schmaltzy pick and then to kind of do this with that falsetto voice. I did a some google searching stuff in one of the review said The pitney voice in the song is an easy thing to admit but difficult for everyone to enjoy. Seductive overwrought creepy. Sometimes pitney voice feels a little ghostly bluff a put on part of a grand chiseling con. That he's playing on his audience So it's like it doesn't sound like anything you'd expect to hear from anyone especially gene pitney and it is. It's kind of when i read creepiest like yeah could sound like a creepy guy now in the backyard it nowadays. That sound would come off that way but back back in the that this time that he was an artist. I mean that sound was all over the place watch american graffiti half the soundtrack sounds like that. Yeah but this is. This is this is stuff. After that. a lot of stuff on american graffiti because murphy was traditional like late fifties early sixties. This is late sixties going into the seventies there it. Was you know the the picture with the girls with the gogo boots you know dancing in the background you have that image And just even using the words which was so big at the time. We're gonna sock it to me like okay. That kind of did say that gives you a timeframe right there you know. Yeah exactly which again you being my age like we remember when pe- bbc's say that You know along with the judge and that there was a handful of things from this this this show laughing that just took like mainstream off and everybody was using things like that so this was right at that time but when you're playing soccer is like okay. That's late sixties. I know that right now. You know so. The the reason why he was always on my My spotify list To bring up and do One of the songs and in an episode for podcast was that surprise complete surprise and you know old goat here like does not lots that. Surprise me when you pull out something. That's really interesting. That's new that i haven't heard before it's a pleasant surprise at the oil. I didn't know this so i didn't know this artist. In fact a son yohe doing. I know the odds but i didn't know the songs like this is good. I didn't know mad caddies at like. That was good. You know so. It was a good surprise. This was a surprise. I didn't expect to to to not know about like. Just kinda shocked. 'cause i knew the song. New the oddest never putting together ever ever. Yeah so. I think people might be surprised by that as well and interesting hauling to enjoy thing too. I was not familiar with this. So i don't really have much more to say i haven't had time to study eater. Anything really listened to it too closely Do you have anything else that you want to say about. Just that the reason why. I wanted to do something a little different in kind of set the table for you with some of those other songs that i don't know if you've heard any of those but those are like traditional sixties ballad standards that a lot of people probably know ray and then to say okay sean now that you have this kind of voice this kind of thought even with the the the country stuff sprinkled in there. Like that's in your mind. Now go play a heartbreaker and you get completely surprised. And that we didn't play a snippet of the song we normally do now But you know we played all those other ones. And then i kind of wasn't ready to i. We kind of went right into it. So sorry about that but i hope you gotta just for what the song actually feels like. If you've cheated and didn't go listen to the whole song from those couple of little clips that we did but yes. Oh sorry about that. It's an interesting take on things that I wonder if other people might have been Kinda surprised by that or is like jim like unity. Like we've known that all along just wake up and pay attention to constantly. Sorry probably not probably not. I think there's a lot of people that are going to be in my camp where they just haven't heard it. Yeah so. I mean it's cool song. Iraq's the straightforward. It's the guitar. Work is really impressive and really fun so not a bad song. Just not familiar with told me that you weren't expecting that you know. Come on not at all. When i was supplying those other songs. Now i was like okay really. We're going to listen to. But i had a feeling it was going to be somewhat different from those so quicken quick one. I think that was a short one too. I think it was only short one to believe it or not. Mine is pretty short too. So if you don't have anything else we can go where we don't have a ton of time. I gotta go pick up my girls from daycare soon but So i if if yes my favorite part. It's the whole song just as surprised at rather than anything. And if i could see anybody doing it. I don't know no one who a middle richard. No i don't know someone with with with the just That that high almost squeaky like you know like intense voice has dude it into didn't hold on Common who does though. Sam and dave salvia. Maybe yes yeah. I was getting this is. This is years after. Sam and dave and hold on coming but that's of i'm getting from that so Retail be alive. Whoever you choose to cover yeah It just interesting song so okay. Good what i'm doing. So i'm doing a song by grace potter. Who is just such a bad ass to me. I i really want to. I love grace potter. I think we really need. I really want to highlight more women in rock and roll because there are some really amazing women in rock and roll that just don't get as much recognition as they deserve. I mean grace potter sells out huge stadiums. So don't get me wrong is a force but you don't hear about it too much in the mainstream and she's just she's such bad as grace potter comes out on stage in friggin four inch heels. Look in all nice weather herald up and you get this perception of her. And then she comes out with a flying v gibson and she's head banging and she just rocked so frigging hard and her songs they. They have this broad range of different kinds of genres as she hits between southern blues and some hard rock stuff and a little bit of race on does the song that she's known for is hula. I think it's called. You know ula that one okay. That's the mainstream kind of sound. But when you hear this. And i'll play a little teaser of this is the song frigging rocks and Here's.

Sam grace potter seventies dave thirty two years old late sixties dave salvia one late fifties early sixties sixties gene pitney spotify four inch gibson One of the songs hula couple murphy american that high
"pitney" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"pitney" Discussed on Pantheon

"Dum dum dum. Dum dum almost like they're playing banjo. Parts on a on a bass guitar. Those guys are working. The hurricane heart nimble fingers. I wrote down. Oh go ahead. i'm going you say then. You know hearing that overproduced in really thick but but hearing that those specifics in for the of for the banjo for the shitter and the base versus what you know what you know gene pitney to be. Oh what would i thought i knew gene to be was just surprising and again you know in in listening to a song with headphones on with cranked up is probably gonna you're gonna hear differently Because of you know that that really kind of prolific guitar and bass work and that's what kind of caught me was like what summit so so like if you could extract vocals and just listened to the instrumental side of things. I think he'd be like blown away. And how good and how interesting it was kind of The the instrumentation of it so very very cool. I'm sorry jumped on either. What are you gonna say. No no. that's fine. There was one other thing that i wanted to point out that i wasn't ready for and that's around two minutes. There's like cello. That comes in lunacy if you can listen for it. It's like they're playing all these crazy guitar parts over it but then there's like long drawn out cello.

one around two minutes thing
"pitney" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"pitney" Discussed on Pantheon

"Young soul in all right. Okay so you get the the the feel okay so zone. We though pd can do. So you know that and I think one of the other ones would have been you know. It has to be in love like typical kind of what you expect. goal is to she's a heartbreaker and then we'll talk about it all right. Go to the official. You're not listening. Podcast playlist or click the link in the show notes the youtube clink. And listen to the whole thing and we will come back and talk about it. Yeah that's different. Yeah so old dog new tricks so picture me you know which i always you know typically to working around the house doing some kind of project and you know. I can't do a project without the music in the background. It's always. i've always done here. I am you know and then plane series radio. Whatever i i'm hearing music You know putting a bathroom floor down to something and all of a sudden it's like oh i like the song this is. This is good song because you know you know the chorus. Everybody can sing the chorus. If you knew that's from from back in a day and they say yeah that you know in the guy on the radio or whatever yeah gene pitney is like no way like gene pitney because my frame of reference for gene pitney was would zone with though again. Do like that schmaltzy. Kind of which which he had some love songs and he was a prolific writer of of Other people's songs back in the day and everything else but and then all of a sudden like this song teams are like. This is a raka. This is awesome and it's like the opposite like when When kid rock came out with that song with sheryl crow people were like this. Is kid rock. And you're like get out of here. Yeah there's no way and it was the ironic thing. I guess it was one of the last songs. At least in the us that he Had a semi hit with He he he he. He peaked and didn't do as well over here and then went over to uk and the and he was like a huge superstar over there. You know for the sixties and seventies part of the of the eighties and stuff but this is one of his last you know quote unquote hits. I'm so is later in his career rather than like. Oh you know. He peaked early than also kind of soft a different afterwards. he was completely obsolete. Expect Different different song though is in socal. Yeah it's way better than all the other ones that right right. So i i mean i guess he liked like a lot of other people. He was He he wrote a lot of other songs. I mean actually have a listing of some stuff that i mean. He he recorded with roy orbison Did ricky nelson he wrote. Hello mary lou. Which is one of his one. Ricky nelson song he worked with. Phil spector which again a lot of stuff was was way. You know thick thick overproduce kinda stuff. Which which obviously is phil spector. He wrote He's a rebel by the crystals in which is interesting. And you know we'll was was was Instrument with a lot of other things to that town without pity he wrote That song actually Got a golden globe and reached top. Two i mean like so. He's got pretty prolific history little bit of country connor sprinkle it with he. Got a hit with this man. Who shot liberty. Allinson in you know outside of tulsa and all those kind of stuff and all of a sudden. This guy comes out of nowhere with this. Like raka from sixty years seventy or something like that but in that late sixties era debt again. You know here i am. You know four hundred years old and while listening to music that day. I'm learning something myself you know. And my whole the wino- listening is like if you think you know gene pitney. You might have missed this song kind of situation. You know jotted down at thing just interesting like spin on things. I jotted down a few things that kind of stood out to me that i thought were kind of cool. If we want to kind of revisit them. I don't know how much you have to talk about. You know the content of this song. I mean i. I know we always try to kind of get into what part of you wanna kinda highlight or something that's special stuff and in pots of it. You know a better than others for me supper for the most part of just the the whole being shocked by it so i don't really have a sensitive thing about something they and yeah so the thing about this genre and this time period is That songs like this. They don't change. There's it's like they start and the end and they just kinda go. Fill that time gap right like there's no bridge. There's no there's no climax. there's no kind of build up and down in the it's not. They're not super dynamic is just it's genre so that's probably why it's kinda hard to pick out a few things but i just wanted to point out.

Ricky nelson roy orbison ricky nelson phil spector Allinson youtube Phil spector uk sheryl crow mary lou tulsa sixty years seventy late sixties four hundred years old one of the last songs eighties pitney Two raka sixties
"pitney" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"pitney" Discussed on Pantheon

"You're i know you're gonna love so make sure you check that out and check us out on social media. We are at wyan l. Podcast on instagram and twitter and you can find us on facebook by searching for the name of the show. Remember to rate and subscribe review. And i think that's it. let's get into it. We're going to do your song. I all right can i get a little intro. Because he said there's something weird here it is weird This is your typical It that you don't think you know the old You can teach an old dog new tricks kind of thing literally less than a year ago. just listening to. I don't know if it was on spotify. Or you know. Wherever i was listening this song came up and i was like oh know this song and everything else and then when i heard who the artist was. I was like what that's going to be wrong. There's no way. There's no way. Because i've known the song they never knew what it was. You know it's one of those things i've heard since the sixties always been around stuff but you know kind of pay attention to it and then not having the The visuals of immediately in front of every computer. When you're listening to music. I i never even thought about who did. I was just kind of like one of those songs. That was always a mix when i was listening to the radio. So i'm going to give you a little. I'm going to set the table for you. But i'm going to give a little pre homework beforehand. Because you'll know exactly what. I mean once you hit song so the song is gene pitney. And it's hot breaker. So she is called she's a heartbreaker so okay so not what. Not what people think of when start not no not heartbreaker tom petty and heartbreakers not pad benetton. It's she's a heartbreaker is in name. Okay i think pat benetton's birthday was yesterday as a happy. Birthday passed by the All right okay so people before you do that all right before you go to listen to the song in very. Who's out there sean. Before you hear it. I want you to go to. Can you go to your spotify list. And i want you to do a quick sample of typical so so back this up gene pitney if you knew anything about him. He was a typical like teen torch songs. Like you know lovers lament break my heart and like schmaltzy kind of stuff and in a couple of examples of the stuff that you would expect to hear so go to your spotify. Listen so the first song on play through the top five recommended songs not going to take the time to kind of go through each one. I'm just gonna play play a little bit. And then i'll skip ahead to the next one recommended yup.

tom petty yesterday spotify facebook pat benetton pad benetton first song twitter instagram one each one five sixties gene pitney less than a year ago one of those songs songs wyan l.
Frau Perchta

Mythical Monsters

05:13 min | 1 year ago

Frau Perchta

"The twelve days of christmas begins on christmas day. An end on january. Sixth the epiphany these days are traditionally full of charity. Peace and tradition but to those who have spent the year being naughty. This time is filled with horror for its during these twelve days that the belly splitter comes calling frown perr sta also called birsh or berta is often depicted as a rag clad old woman with a beak shaped iron knows long teeth and the cane perhaps more unsettling than the fro herself is her hyme schenn. The german word for cricket a ghostly chorus of weeping unbaptise children that follow her around on midwinter. night's much like santa claus the frau rewards those who have worked hard during the year with gifts and punishes those who have misbehaved. Her favourite victims are liars and cheats. But laziness is also particular pet peeve for example. She grows angry at those who eat meat on a pitney eve and at spinners who have not finished weaving their flax however she also hates those who work on holidays and do not partake in festivities meaning. She's a fan of work life balance work hard but not too hard. Unlike the jovial father. Christmas the froze punishment is more severe than coal in your stocking author jacob grimm of the brothers grimm rights. They tell the children on the eve of epiphany that if they are naughty bear will come and cut their bellies open but her other punishments are no less cruel. She is scraped glass across liars tongues and boiled people alive. She's also known to trample victims with her boots. The lore surrounding frau pashda is meant to encourage moral duties and social norms. Tell the truth. Abide by tradition and don't be lazy on the surface. These rules seem simple enough but the frau perfection and she is unforgiving to those who do not meet her expectations but as horrifying as this warning must be for children. Adults must follow frau perished as rules to bore suffer the consequences a stirred in her restless half-sleep alarmed by the sound of footsteps approaching her bedside. She opened her eyes but all that greeted her was a dark empty room. Moonlight spilled in from her window and a spinning wheel sat in the corner gathering dust surrounded by overflowing baskets of flax a sudden rotten odor made on a gag. It was like old meat. Scraps left out in the sun. She sniffed again cringing. What was that. She rolled over to face her husband. Yosef he was asleep all seemed well but she still felt uneasy and that smell when ana rolled onto her back. She almost screamed looming over. Her was an old woman. Her beak like metallic knows glinted in the moonlight framed by cataract cupboard is deep wrinkles and in her hand. She held a meat cleaver which she swung straight down toward on us belly on a screamed then. She sat up with a gasp. Her hands flew to her belly. But there was no bloody wound there. She looked around frantically. Yosef still slept peacefully beside her and the room was quiet. No sign of the old woman at all. It was just another dream. A horrible one on a laid back but her heart beat wildly. She'd had trouble sleeping since she lost her. Little vince oil. Actually she'd had trouble doing anything since last christmas when she leaned over his cradle to find his face blue and his body limp. She glanced at their closet door which was slightly ajar inside. their party. Attire was gathering dust. These celebrations had once felt so important but now revelry disgusted. Her smiling was a rarity and when she did smile. It was always followed by an overwhelming wave of guilt.

Birsh Jacob Grimm Frau Pashda Berta Santa Claus Cricket Yosef ANA Vince
How Beauty Insider Tina Hedges Created LOLI, an Environmentally Sound Brand

Latina to Latina

06:11 min | 1 year ago

How Beauty Insider Tina Hedges Created LOLI, an Environmentally Sound Brand

"Career has taken her. From the perfume counter at macy's inside a conic brands like Christian Dior Estee Lauder Al. but after almost two decades beauty shetty personal crisis that inspired her to start lally beauty the I zero waste organic food grade approach beauty we talk about her a Pitney the one thing she asks every investor she meets with and why she is so committed to getting this, right. Teen almost two decades in the beauty industry and then you had both a health scare and day crisis of conscience. What happened I had spent about almost about to get decades or so traveling the world in pretty high powered marketing roles and innovation roles for big companies in the industry pretty much helping, decide and create all the products in women's beauty cabinets and. started. Simultaneously, I had this weird across section of I started having all these other immune issues and systemic allergies. A No physician could sort of pinpoint what was really triggering it as well as went through early menopause. And I was in my mid thirties and no underlying health conditions for that and I started to think about. All of the products have been applying to my body from head to toe for almost two decades and I started thinking about all those buildup of toxins and chemicals, and I realized that I had been polluting my own body and simultaneously. I had this consciousness of wow. Not only have I been pushing into the world products filled with all these chemicals and nasty since and and carcinogens endocrine disrupters all of this you know really scary stuff but on top of that were blending all of that in eighty to ninety five percent water because most of your skin hair and body products are literally water you're paying for water. And then wrapping all that in single use plastic and when the world is running out of water, it's one of our most precious resources when the boy to be more plastic in the ocean than fish by twenty, twenty five. None of this makes any sense to me or None of that made any sense to me a when I had this convergence of the crisis of health and crisis consciousness. Once you had that a home moment what was the first thing you did to sort of take that idea and start? Making it an actual reality. So I had already left the corporate world and I had gone into the start world. I launched a very successful. vegan sulfate free hair brand. Actually I was the first to use reality TV show on Bravo a show called blow out about a hairstylist in La and his hair salon. But because of us sort of uniquely understood, it was basically an hour long infomercial. We turned the industry on dime because prior to that I mean it was super early days of reality to be. We're talking like two, thousand, four it was America's biggest loser where for the straight guy blow out and the apprentice those were the reality shows that were on at that time and I realized wait a second. This is a show about a hairstylist. Want we show him developing his own brand? and. Don't have done that. So we were the first do that. And the purpose of going back to that stories I know how difficult it is. To start a business especially as a minority Hispanic female founder over the age of thirty. So I was really scared to start this and I. Just. Kept finding excuses left a brighter I'm going to consult or help this person with their brand, and it finally got the place at I was just sitting there and I realized. What do I have to lose? What's the worst thing that could happen? So I- self-financed and out of my upper side small studio apartment I launched a test of Lawley and so that was the beginning. Lawley is the world's first zero waste organic food grade approach to beauty. I want break each part of that down what does it mean to be Zero Waste We go to farms and fairtrade cops around the world, and we find parts of organic food that are being wasted or being thrown away in the process. So for example, our Plum Elixir, we work with a organic farm four generation owned in France that grows a very rare plummets called the end tape them and sa- tiniest considered like the fog or caviar of plums it's it's quite unique. It's extremely potent in antioxidants and vitamins and minerals, and when they make prune juice or pitted prunes, they were throwing away the colonel. And the Patriarch the father of this owner of the farm. About ten years ago said wait. We, press avocado oil from the pit of an avocado. We press all sorts of oils from pits Robin Doyle, why can't we press an oil and organic food grade oil from the pit of the plum? And he literally invented it like they're no one had ever had plum oil, and then he worked with the French bent to get it organic certified and recognized as a food ingredient, and then we started working with them and realized how powerful it was for skin hair

Lawley Christian Dior Estee Lauder Al Robin Doyle Macy Menopause Lally Systemic Allergies I Bravo LA France America Founder
Energy Healing for Food Issues and Body Image Recovery with Sarah Speers

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

06:32 min | 1 year ago

Energy Healing for Food Issues and Body Image Recovery with Sarah Speers

"Sarah Welcome to the show. Thanks so much for coming on. Could you talk about to kind of introduce yourself to listeners a little bit to start what were the biggest influences on your relationship with food and your body growing up Ooh I, love that question and thank you for having me. It's really interesting when I reflect on my relationship with soon, grind up I didn't think I had a lot of. Unhealthy eating. Messages I thought my family was relatively healthy. I thought I had a healthy relationship with food. In hindsight looking back I can see the the seeds of sort of unhealthy relationships creeping and mainly I would always eat sugar to self soothe as a kid and we used to have these nightly routines of always eating ice cream after dinner or using food as a reward, those sorts of situations which as an adult. Started to really come into fact in terms of my unhealthy eating habits and so as a child when I had this super active and I had a very high metabolism, it didn't appear to be an issue and then later in life I was able to see. Oh Wow, I really became attached to food and certain foods specifically became sort of my emotional crutch that I use as my wages Osu their self matic later in adulthood. Thank you for sharing that I. Love How you said. You know where you're talking about when people are kids if they're like just naturally in smaller bodies, it's like I love how you said it didn't matter that I was eating sugar like it didn't appear to matter. Right. So that's actually something that I run into a lot of the time when I coach kids for swimming and not something that I ran into growing up there people will be like, Oh you're swimmer it doesn't matter what you eat and the sense of. You can't see any changes on this people's bodies because they're teenagers and have insane metabolism's and also happened to have smaller body genetics I. Think it's so important to talk about that distinction. Yeah, and if I can also add that in terms of the body messages. Growing up because I was. So skinny might nickname literally on my sports teams or people my life would call me twiggy string bean and a my identity came really attached to having to be skinny to feel like I was valued or. Was Getting approval from people. So again and as an adult, you know sometimes we think your weight issues are just if you're overweight but for me, there is always this angst around I have to stay skinny because that's my identity in that's where my word comes from and so I didn't think I had. People affecting my body image growing up either I thought I had a lot of love for the people around me but even these seemingly harmless messages or fun nicknames were actually really shaping my identity to my body. Yes. So how did you go from that from kind of struggling with your relationship with food and with your body as a teen and maybe until like early twenties to transitioning to work with women on food freedom and specifically through energy work? Yeah. Will my story really took a turn it might twenty. So I would say most of my childhood teens and even young. Adult I felt like I had an okay relationship with food. But in my twenties I started to develop really severe eating disorder bulimia. Yeah and that happened because I started to go on a diet and I thought I wanna be really healthy and I wanted to see if I, can you know shed a few extra pounds and and that turned into a very obsessive? Counting calories coming up with really strict food roles and as a result, I just wasn't nursing my body and I was getting anxiety around what to eat and and it leads you very severe been gene and then bingeing purging I got stuck in that vicious cycle and suddenly I felt like. Oh. My Gosh how is life? Like you know the Pitney came one day when I was over the toilet that Oh, my God, this is not normal or healthy ns somehow become minority and so that became a struggle for six years. Once I got pulled into that I just was struggling so hard to get out and it controlled my life and it became my mission to heal my Sol's. So that I could then help other women because I did not want another woman to ever have to go through the agony and the like the torture that I was living in in my mind in just my reality, it was consumed and I lost myself to it and I was determined to get myself back if not better and then do everything in my power to help woman y'all. So that kind of started my like. My determination to figure this out and I was determined to try any in everything to to get better and so for a long time I, sort of was always turning to food. Let me try and control food. Let me use little power in. That will be my way to get over this like I'm just going to be perfect tomorrow. And that Kinda like I tried that over and over again and not just never worked right. The answer was not controlling food, and so I started to them look outside of that at other healing modalities. And I just got desperate inserted China everything in eventually stumbled Pon emotional freedom technique also noticed tapping and things like ricky and emotion code, and all these different energy healing modalities and Literally within a matter, six months pretty much all of my quote unquote symptoms seemingly disappeared like I just felt whole and complete again I felt like myself again, I felt empowered in normal again and it wasn't a fight or struggle. It just seems like as I got it through issue and really started to uncover all of these repressed emotions in the subconscious programming and these wounds. I didn't even know I was carrying. That were leading me to say stock in these unhealthy habits. Omega, it was like a radical shift, and so that is what made me then realized I need to get this massive these modalities out to as many women as I can because it may not be the one thing that's going to help but it is certainly missing piece in the equation and I think a lot of times we don't look at these other modalities that can be so powerful in conjunction with like proper nutrition or you know a good mindset etcetera. Yeah we're therapy exactly anything like that. Exactly.

OSU Sarah Disorder Pitney China Ricky
Kids' Books Where Science Is The Adventure

Short Wave

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Kids' Books Where Science Is The Adventure

"Griffith has always had two loves in life science and books. Well I'd always been very avid reader and I've always really enjoyed writing so ever since I was a young kid I've done both. I entered in writing competitions overtime. That love of writing and reading. For Fun every took a back seat to her work as a neuroscientist she became the head of her own lab at Rutgers University but then on maternity leave with her first daughter she decided to take a leap and jump. Start that passion for writing. I don't know if it was like the postpartum hormones or whatever but I just kind of had this like I don't know if I would call it in a Pitney but just something said you know. Just do this the end. You've been wanting to do this for a long time to do it. And so I changed my twitter handle to children's book writer who created a website and started writing and trying to figure out how to explain science concepts Kiddos. And it kind of snowballed from there a bit. The magnificent makers book series was born and I will say as a grown adult woman. I found these books delightful so these books follow best friends. Pablo inviolate on these out of the World Science Adventures. They're routinely zapped out of their third grade science class. One time getting sucked into a magical microscope and they go on these science adventures in this magical laboratory or magical maker space called the maker Maze and they're accompanied by a kind of Kooky scientist called Dr Crisp who has some really legit rainbow hair. Shout out your science fam- I WANNA make these books as inclusive as possible for everyone telling you what I saw it. I liked it was for the and it's not only important that these characters represent different backgrounds in identities. It's that they're all having fun doing science. And they're all really good at it and such day for one day. Only we leave this world and enter that of the magnificent

Pitney Rutgers University Griffith Twitter Dr Crisp Pablo Scientist Writer
"pitney" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"pitney" Discussed on KGO 810

"All we need do you think it's possible that we could be getting things are related to the virus even at some point from the Gulf well it is airborne so that's very possible then isn't it well I anything's possible but I don't think it would survive in the atmosphere like that but the Gulfstream is actually in midnight strikes so the Gulfstream is actually going crazy right now George because of climate change so you know we didn't responsible but the it is an interesting you know question we're gonna get through this Daniel what's your gut tell you so I was gonna get through George some of us are not gonna get through it so the best advice that I can give is to be prepared for not getting through it but for her to get through it but prepare to not be getting through it so listen you know who we need to make sure that we're walking with the lord at least acknowledging them seeking him and if not then you know what we are gonna live with fear and we're going to live with the the kind of thing that the world deals with and that is not that's not a place of peace so there are things that we can do physically in there things that we can do spiritually my advice is to do both and that way you have a better chance of making it through music massive prayer would wipe this thing out well I I believe in prayer but the problem is what we are dealing with as a society they call it a post Christianity society where people are brain inspector walked away from god lock stock and barrel that's in the book as well and so are we have a mentality and that's also in it in times Pitney that's in the word as well so are we have a mentality to pray I don't think so George we the perfect storm we thought we start this conversation you know addressing this issue it is the perfect storm when the Bible talks about about a great falling away we are actually seen as.

Gulf George Daniel Pitney
Trump’s presentation of changes in black voting is largely ridiculous — but not entirely

1A

05:32 min | 2 years ago

Trump’s presentation of changes in black voting is largely ridiculous — but not entirely

"Instance how did African Americans com so it becomes so closely identified with the Democratic Party pointed back to Lyndon Johnson fifty six years ago what's the what's the origin of what I'll call the synergy between black folks in Democrats I now right you know it's been a process I mean black people have not always voted Democrat there was a time when we voted and our own best interests and coming out of the civil war Democrats I mean blacks are recognizing that it was the Abraham Lincoln a message that they we're the party of the abolitionist they were Republican SO we align very closely to the Republican Party and then as we began to move into the Great Depression you began to see now you have Franklin D. Roosevelt black people at that particular time they would have been but need that the bottom rung of the economic ladder in here you have a Democrat president FDR's same will listen let's start social programs I ask you about some food and things like that welfare job programs SO black people began to pay attention to the Democrat party not in mass yet but they started looking at it and then you have the civil rights movement with Lyndon B. Johnson in nineteen sixty four Civil Rights bill that passed and although it was a Republican Party that made sure the bill could pass into law because Democrats wanted nothing to do with it it was of a democratic president that was that was leading the charge of the party the parties were not nearly as polarized at the time right southern I think southern southern racist Democrats were were very much oppose they were northern Democrats who were with Johnson and northern Republicans in western Republic yeah if you are a black person coming from the Emancipation Proclamation in eighteen sixty three down to nineteen sixty four of the of the civil rights bill that's a hundred a hundred plus years of Democrats being very enthusiastic in their desire to impede the the movement of black people so whether so whether it was some that was nice and some that maybe wasn't so much it didn't matter the fact is a hundred years between emancipation and the civil rights movement it with the Democrat party that was with great gusto impeding the life of black people so we asked our listeners who are conservatives of color to share why they joined the GOP here's what one person had to say hi there my name is Brian I'm not a black conservative but I am a conservative of color I used to be a Democrat it was a liberal but college I had sort of change of heart and what sort of sports my change with the Facebook group that said minorities that though the public could make me cry and it made me think no wonder the person feel that way and it made me also think you know why do I vote Democrat and so it kind of got me questioning my values and yeah and then you start thinking maybe I should start shopping around for parties and the lead now today fundamental conservative and had to be there and that is encouraged people other people of color to think yourselves if democratic card doesn't own your vote Kathy any part of Brian's story sound familiar to you I love it I love all of it and that's exactly what happened to me I've been I've been voting Republican primarily for over twenty years so this is a brand new I know we have a lot of black folks who are coming out now where at all their Medicare and I'm so excited to welcome them to the other side of the aisle we'll talk in a second about whether it's actually a lot when we look across the country but I had I'm excited about it I'm excited about it nonetheless but what but what the caller said exactly where I found myself when I was in college in my junior year I had the Pitney I wanted to get involved in politics so where did I go Hey I'm black I'm a Democrat so I went to the to the to the first Democrat office I saw sat down the white Democrats man who was running started talking to me and and the piston me a bubble popped up in my mind what what exactly does he believe what he believed doesn't align with what you believe and for the very first time I started thinking through what what do I believe and does his policies align with my policies and that was the seed that was planted that many years later has turned into me being very adamant about rescuing black people off the Democrat plantation and helping them to see what is in their own best interests but I get why black people vote Democrat I mean I was born into the Democrat party just like I was born into brown skin there was no point of separation I never remember a conversation it's just what you do here black we built this way and to step out of that essay why I'm no longer going to vote Democrat many black people like in it to me rejecting the color of my skin so it's very difficult for black people to have that appear Finney and then to have the boldness to say excuse me I'm going to think for myself that is a big deal for people to react and say it's like you rejecting the color of your skin have you ever heard that pushback from all my goodness I had that a lot I have been called every name under the bus Hey do you get all kinds you know I mean it's rhetoric right but everything in an instant and its rejection I lost all of my black friends except for two during the two thousand sixteen election when I came out saying I'm voting for president trump I mean it is literally a ten to rejecting your race and so it's very difficult we're live at the conservative political action conference on Todd's

Democratic Party Lyndon Johnson
Super Soul Sexuality with Rabbi Lisa Grushcow

Chosen Family

08:57 min | 2 years ago

Super Soul Sexuality with Rabbi Lisa Grushcow

"Both been really drawn to Judaism. I know for me personally. So many of my artistic. Inspirations I mean not consciously but they're all Jewish like Bette midler Sandra Bernhardt Barbra streisand lake. These people have informed so much of my view of the arts. And you know there's a strong part of what they do is related to Judaism and their spirituality and same for me. My I like comedy against version was Sarah Silverman who Super Jewish. And she's not embrace it and what I love about that. Religion is how it's both faith but also like an intellectual practice and people love to be conflicted in argue and disagree and I was raised Catholic. But I've never felt that catalyst ISM was really a space to question and I just love it. You get to do that in the Jewish faith. I don't think we could have found anyone better than Rabbi Lisa Grechko. Who is our special guest today? She used the Montreal Legend would you say the rabbi well she's a Rockstar as much as a rabbi. Can Be yes she is a rabbi at Temple Emanuel Shalom here in Montreal. She is the first queer. Rabbi that I personally know. She's quite famous here for really embracing progressive views for a religious leader. I'm in her sermons or super popular like people actually go out on a Friday night. Yeah I heard about it from a friend of mine. Who'S NOT Jewish? Who was just going and really found something real there. I feel she would be a great character on sex in the city. Like the girls would go to my sermon. I mean I just think we need rabbi Grechko in our lives in many ways as possible so we had a great conversation with her about sexuality. Faith family even divorce because she she has the same sex partner but she was divorced in the past and that sounded like it was a bigger problem in her community than being a lesbian. Rabbi crush go also does a lot of interfaith works. He works with Muslim. Meteors Christian leaders and it was really important for us to go beyond the politics of the day or whatever opinion people can have about different religions and some listeners might be atheists or some people listening might be fervent believers. We wanted to go beyond that and ask the big super bowl questions through. Rabbi you really got into Lake you we got rabbi Grechko set up a new. Didn't waste a second to get into your big oprah like question what came first in Your Life God or same sex desire. I was conscious of my spirituality. Let's say and religious sense of connection before I was aware of my own sexuality and then I was a relatively late bloomer. I wasn't out 'til My mid twenty say so for a while there was a real sense of struggle. And how would navigate those things together But that was more. A challenge with institution spiritually. That piece always stage. Did you feel spiritual As a child because I felt very I relate because I did feel as before I was kind of socialized in school and the world I felt the presence of a higher power. Is that what you're referencing? I had I had You know it's interesting because that's one of the things that might be different about Judaism in some ways that were so community based in so behaviorally based so I was very connected to the Jewish community as a kid. I went to a Jewish day school. I went to synagogue on a regular basis Shabat Dinners. Were part of our family life family celebration so all of those things were part of it. Some of the deeper connection came through learning which Jewish is a very spiritual activity kind of encountering sacred texts and asking questions and I grew up. Thanks to my parents with a lot of nature. A lot of travel lot of just sense of of being connected to something bigger you know going out in the middle of the night and lying down on a blanket and watching star shower I would say for me. It only took on a deeper resonance. Actually when I was struggling with coming out and figuring out what that meant for my path towards the rabbinate that was in some ways the closest that I got to a sense of calling or a Pitney because it felt like there's this path that I'm on and it's not going to be as smooth as I thought it would be so if I'm going to be on this path that has to really matter to me. It has to really be what I feel like I should be doing. Were you looking for answers? And that moment I think it was much more a feeling of of yearning of desire of closeness and relationship. I would say a sense that there was something someone who I couldn't didn't WanNa walk away from you said that coming out brought you closer to God. Can you talk about what way it brought you closer to God? I mean if you look at the story of the Hebrew Bible though stories that you've learned as a kid for US issues. One of the central parts of that story is the story of the exodus from Egypt. And it's a story of if you if you know the Hebrew going from meets rhyme. Which is the word for Egypt? But literally means the narrow place to a place of openness and possibility and the God who speaks to Moses out of the burning Bush. It's often terribly mistranslated as I am that I am. You know that Wayne was assessed. Who are you and imagine the Ten Commandments? Among God says I am that I am but it really is. I will be and so from me. Coming out was a very It connected me to that story of leaving a place of of narrowness and constraint and having a new sense of of possibility and freedom And to me that was a very religious spiritual story which I understood in a whole different way. I'm certainly not the first to do that. And that story has been used by so many people in so many important ways but for me. It really resonated. At that time John were usual. Kid I think maybe the arts for me and like my experience of the arts was the closest that came to spirituality as a kid but other than you know just loving Bible stories. I enjoyed it in the same way that I enjoyed fairy tales. You know what I mean. I don't think I really thought that. Much about my spirituality growing up Christian for me. I wasn't necessarily ashamed of being queer or being gay but shame was definitely an undertone in what in what you're describing it doesn't sound like that was your experience. It sounds like it was quite beautiful discovery for you to lean on that same sex desire and that queen is that was within you. I think in that sense it really Revealed from a Fault. Line between institutionalized religion spirituality And you know it's it's ironic because I'm a representative of of organized religion though. I sometimes joke. That Judaism is as disorganized. Religion is one can get. We don't have a central hierarchy in line of authority. You know it's a good thing now. I think it's a good thing and the rabbi isn't with direct line to God. The rabbi is a teacher and a member of the community so there isn't a sense of of infallibility or of kind of being closer to God than anybody else I love So that's you know when we we tend to be an argumentative argument to people and it's not a dog. Matic religion by enlarge. It's much more about what you do then kind of signing onto a creed and so by and large. There's a lot of room to move in that. But I grew up in a an arm of Judaism which has changed since but then wasn't ordaining. Lgbt folks that piece became a real real faultline for me. And I did grow up with not anything that anybody said. But we're not seeing anybody who looked like me and having an old you know commentary that was on our in our pews at the synagogue which spoke about that chapter in Leviticus and same sex relationships as being. I don't remember what the language was whether it's something around depravity and paganism in that kind of thing so that I remember but it wasn't the overall messaging you said something about spirituality and religion and I think a lot of people feel spiritual but don't necessarily want to belong to a religion that's more organized or more conservative more conservative. I understand but I sometimes worry that we sell ourselves short by not looking because I think when we look were sometimes surprised by what we find you know and the fact is organized religion and institutions as much as they are like dirty. Words can do things that you can't do when you're just meeting in somebody's living room right. We can create sacred space. We can organize community together. We can be there for each other and offer things in different ways that you can't if it's more do it yourself you know and I figure religions have been asking spiritual questions for Millennia so to be able to come in and be part of that conversation right instead of feeling like you have to start from zero and make it up from you as you go along. I think is really powerful.

Rabbi Lisa Grechko Bette Midler Sandra Bernhardt Montreal Sarah Silverman Egypt Temple Emanuel Shalom United States Partner Pitney Wayne John Representative
Hollywood Stars Say Hell, No to Netflix Speed-Up Test

Business Wars Daily

05:26 min | 2 years ago

Hollywood Stars Say Hell, No to Netflix Speed-Up Test

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from. Your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney. GOES TRY IT free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the From wonder I'm David Brown in this business. Wars daily this Tuesday November fifth. Everyone gets the same. I'm twenty four hours in a day right and perhaps in the stress of a modern world another must see Binge Watch on. Netflix might take more time than you have to spend. But perhaps you would manage to watch a few more shows if you could. What speed them up with? That thought may have never occurred to you but Netflix has been testing the idea India all the same. The streamer recently began testing. A new variable speed control feature viewers given access to the tests could watch shows up to one and a half times. Faster the normal. They could also slow programs down to three quarters or even half speed. netflix tested the feature only a select group of android phone users. Variable able control. Playback was common in the era of. DVD's Today podcast youtube enthusiasts. Take it for granted but it's new to Netflix. And according to the company any it's a feature some users have been requesting for a long time. UPDATES have a wave sneaking up on APPs some Netflix subscribers notice the appearance of variable. We'll play back. In mid October accompanying a slate of more mundane updates that improve brightness language and audio controls the idea some viewers like to speed beat up slow documentaries or watch old favourite faster. Alternatively viewers learning languages are watching instructional videos say exercise or cooking king often wish they could slow things down just a little bit but net flicks must not have thoroughly anticipated. What would happen next for the last few years? Here's you see. The streamer has been recruiting Oscar level. Show runners writers actors and directors to develop original films. TV show several of which have gone on to win awards. It's their strategy airing higher quality programs than their rivals to help them keep subscribers from fleeing to growing streaming competition from Amazon Apple Disney H. B. The ob at and a whole host of others and Oscar winning or at least Oscar worthy films should tempt users into subscribing right well that strategy gene assessment dated a supportive relationship with Hollywood's best so it paid big name stars like grey's Anatomy showrunner Shonda rhimes and glee producer Sir Ryan Murphy. Hundreds of millions of dollars to come into the net flicks fold and it promised artists director. David Vernay that the company would be. They're are safe home. A Production House dedicated to shepherding their finest creative work so when Netflix announced the speed tests. The question quickly arose should viewers be allowed to speed through shows. Made with such care. Some of Hollywood's a-list reacted with outrage. No just as soon as the speed up was out the streaming. The giant crashed into hardcore criticism from actor. Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad Fame and writer director Judd appetite according to the New York Times Erin. Paul tweeted there is is no way. Netflix will move forward with this. That would mean they are completely taken control of everyone else's art and destroying it. Netflix is far better than that and appetite. Appetite threatened to call quote every director and show Creator on Earth to fight net flicks. The Times reported some users have applauded net flicks for putting speed control roll into the hands of viewers but given the verbal version of rotten tomatoes. That talent has thrown at the company. The new feature isn't likely to stay for now. It seems you'll have to content yourself with watching shows at normal speed maybe rather than trying to accelerate life even more. You could take up meditation. Probably a show for that. You know on Netflix. From wondering wondering this is business wars daily. We hope you listen to our site business news at normal speed and if you like this episode hit that subscribe button so you never miss a day pay fast astronaut already. Wouldn't you say thanks a bunch. I'm David Brown. And we'll see you tomorrow. This episode is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney bowes shipping and mailing from. Your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney. Bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month send envelopes flats packages right from your PC and and you were back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit. PB dot com slash rush V._W.. Daily that's P._B..

Netflix Pitney Director David Brown Bowes The Times Hollywood Oscar Aaron Paul David Vernay India Centro New York Times Shonda Rhimes Amazon Sir Ryan Murphy Producer Judd
Fiat, Peugot to Merge, Creating $50 Billion Auto Giant

Business Wars Daily

05:03 min | 2 years ago

Fiat, Peugot to Merge, Creating $50 Billion Auto Giant

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney beaus try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit PBA DOT com slash B W daily in from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Monday France the auto industry is being up ended Fiat and Peugeot already two of the world's largest automakers are tying the knot the merged business will become the fourth largest vehicle manufacturer on the globe worth close to fifty billion dollars the first three in case you were wondering our Toyota Renault Nissan and Volkswagen. It's been a long long road for for Fiat Chrysler. The Italian American company has unsuccessfully pursued several mergers it attempted to merge with Renault back in June a tie up that would have made it the third largest automaker on the planet but France which owns a fifteen percent stake in Renault didn't support that merger neither did Japan's Nissan which is an alliance with Renault I know ultimately Fiat Chrysler pulled out of the deal that's when Peugeot at one time suter stepped back yet according to the Wall Street Journal Fiat favored averred Renault is a company that would provide better geographic synergies but there are only so many global vehicle behemoths to choose from and automakers especially in Europe Europe are facing enormous challenges both from climate change and tariffs changes that auto execs feel they can better overcome from places of strength this radio comes at a time when every major car companies developing or already selling electric vehicles the pressure is on in Europe as emission standards on the continent grow tighter automakers especially Fiat Chrysler are struggling to meet them according to the Wall Street Journal Fiat Chrysler is facing big fines for failing to meet those standards theoretically this merger would help both companies develop lower emissions vehicles including electric cars for sale on the continent and in the United States both companies are also also looking to join forces to tackle the expensive and difficult development self driving vehicles carmakers need billions of dollars to develop driverless vehicles one factor prompting auto execs to combine their resources for its part Peugeot would also get access to American drivers a market abandoned almost thirty years ago Peugeot had already planned to reintroduce the French vehicle brand here a merger with Fiat Chrysler would give it access to millions of potential customers car buyers this could at least theoretically find Peugeot's for sale at jeep and Ram dealerships in the foreseeable future Fiat Chrysler is also facing headwinds in the US auto sales it's here are expected to cool and tariffs are increasing more and more of its competitors are developing electric and hybrid vehicles but Fiat Chrysler has yet to join the crowd of course the merger could get stymied one of several challenging issues a Chinese car maker owns about twelve percent Peugeot and that Chinese stake could present a stumbling block to American regulators observers say clearly when automakers of this size come together there's nothing simple about it and there's nothing simple about today's transatlantic auto marketplace either to run a fifty billion dollar company bring together several different corporate cultures and expand even further globally really we'll take Bo leadership finesse and speed for Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot the road ahead is anything but straight straight from wondering this his business awards day hey if you like our show rights review on Apple podcasts or your favorite podcast APP it really helps us out a lot and we read every single one thanks for listening. I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow. This episode is brought to you by send pro online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler simpler than with send pro online from Pitney bowes with simple online is just click send and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents that's right four dollars ninety ninety nine cents a month send envelopes flats packages right from your PC and you're back to business in no time try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit P._B._A. dot com slash B

Fiat Chrysler Peugeot Fiat Pitney Bowes Renault Pitney Bowes Shipping Pitney Beaus Chrysler David Brown Wall Street Journal Europe Pba Dot France Volkswagen Toyota Nissan United States
Heres to Your New Holiday Drink: Brussels Sprouts-Flavored Gin

Business Wars Daily

05:20 min | 2 years ago

Heres to Your New Holiday Drink: Brussels Sprouts-Flavored Gin

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney new bose. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the UH from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Friday September twenty seven just. When do you think the Innovation Gurus must be running out of ideas and other one comes along. That's enough to make you shake your head and wonder who approve this. Such is the case with a new line of flavored spirits from the folks at Pickering's Gin in Edinburgh. The craziest of these new drinks will make you either head right to the liquor store or or hold your nose. Brussels sprouts flavored Jen. Yep you heard me right. Pickering's has made a gin based on what am I favored veggies. The Brussels flavored Jin is for the holiday season and we'll be sold in six packs of clear Christmas ornaments. According to the industry publication food dive each ornament it will hold about a shot of gin once you down it. You can hang that ornament on your tree or not pickering's was appropriately self deprecating almost almost sheepish in this statement released about the new spirit we know it sounds bonkers they said but the humbled sprout delivers a pleasantly sweet slightly. Nettie Jen Perfect for mixing they posted on their website but if the idea of mixing gin with the trendiest of cruciferous veggies just isn't your cup of tea well pickering's knows that to they'll also offer jenn spiked with cranberry spiced pear and cinnamon and plumbing ginger all in ornaments of course beyond the fact that the weirdness was enough to catch the eye of many editors face it we laughed what's up all the concept is part of a trend by Jean makers just to add plant-based flavors to their concoctions in an effort to persuade non gin drinkers that the juniper spirit is worth their while and you know it's. Working Fortune magazine reports that worldwide Jin sales rose eight percent from twenty seventeen to last year as people sipped on varieties tinted with rose citrus citrus grapefruit even rhubarb and Basil Not Kidding inspiring these editions the intensely crowded Jin Space. It's hard to stand out when the number of finalists in the best Scottish Jen competition numbers more than sixty companies in almost one hundred twenty Jin's and that doesn't even take into account count Jen's from around the world including the old British giant beefeater that company alone sold almost three million cases of Jin last year so so how does a start up break through the noise with attention getting innovations if you're marcus pickering and Mat Gamel two friends who launched pickering's things in a former dog Kennel and twenty thirteen and followed up by refurbishing an old fire engine to dispense cocktails through its hoses of course they did but Brussel Al- sprouts Brussels sprouts according to one survey by Catcher brand hinds. We don't know why they are the single most hated vegetable in America but pickering's is Scottish. You say while their neighboring Brits put the sprouts at the top of their most detested list to now he was truly yeah. I loved them roasted. Maybe with some garlic in balsamic vinegar or Bacon for the last few years. They've been huge on restaurant menus. That's apparently because like pickering's brings. Restaurateurs also get that yes. There are a lot of haters out there but the people who love Brussel sprouts are passionate about these little tiny cabbages this Christmas Christmas pickering's will discover who loves who hates and how many of these Christmas ornaments they'll be able to in low cell. It's from Wendy. This is business Wednesday. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by Lane Appleton edited and produced by Emma Portland. Our executive producer is Marshall gained by or not Lopez for wondering I'm David Brown and we'll see you next week. This episode is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your. Pc and you are back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale but only only when you visit P B dot com slash B._w. Daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.

Marcus Pickering Pitney Bowes Pickering Nettie Jen Perfect Brussels Brussel Al- Sprouts Brussels David Brown Jin Space JIN Pitney Bowes Shipping Fortune Magazine Brussel America Lane Appleton Mat Gamel Jenn Executive Producer Jean Makers Emma Portland
Outside the U.S., Renault Launches Sub-$10,000 EV

Business Wars Daily

05:24 min | 2 years ago

Outside the U.S., Renault Launches Sub-$10,000 EV

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Leabeau's. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily they from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday September twenty six you now now most people I know would like to own an all electric vehicle at the very least they're curious especially this month with gas prices edging upward after the drone attack on two major oilfields oilfields in Saudi Arabia that attack disrupted oil supplies more than any other oil related event in history even the nineteen seventy nine Iranian revolution according to USA Today so it's pretty likely we'll see gas prices continue to rise at least in the short term and even if it is a temporary hike drivers are showing more interest in zero emission transportation but oh the sticker shock the lowest priced electric cars in the US start around thirty thousand dollars a Tesla model three. That's the cheap one starts at thirty five thousand dollars. The luxury model s started about seventy five thousand even if you can get a federal or state tax credit. These prices are out of range for many people and electric vehicles won't get a groundswell globally until prices. Come down way down. What's needed pundits? Say is an electric car for all which is why Renault is getting Kudos for its newest electric vehicle which breaks the price barrier arear. It's an all electric version of the quid and economical car with a reputation for being solidly built the quid. That's K. W. W I D I launched an India for the equivalent of about four thousand dollars this month. Renault introduced the Renault City KS E E in China. It starts at less than sixty two thousand one approximately eight thousand seven hundred. US dollars according to Dr Reporter Edward Neater Meyer the the car has a stated range of about one hundred fifty five miles before you have to recharge the battery most EVT's average one hundred miles or so these days but at least the eight models available in the US can go more than two hundred miles including Tesla's model three at two hundred forty miles still given the Renault city vs very decent range and extremely low price the drives Eric neater Meyer is hailing it as a rugged and reliable vehicle suited for millions of first time I am car buyers in the developing world which he says is exactly what's needed to transform electric vehicles from luxury products for the wealthy here that Tesla Portion Jaguar agw into accessible transportation for everyone and in so doing make true progress toward a world of zero emissions at least on the road Chinese drivers will be able to buy one of the vehicles by the end of the year it or something a lot like it should hit Europe within the next five years. Renault said this month a new European Model EVI will be priced at no more than ten thousand euros or about eleven thousand American dollars or about the US market so far only about about one percent of autos in America are all electric. China and Europe are racing ahead and ev adoption because both regions are raising emission standards to require zero emissions vehicles USA Today reports Renault is currently the number one ev seller in Europe with an electric hatchback called the Zoe but competition for the cheapest subcompact these there is heating up from automakers Opel Peugeot and Volkswagen. VW Launches Subcompact called the ID three next. We're only a few months ago. We told you about the race. Among luxury automakers to develop electric vehicles autos that are fancier faster and longer range than each other her well now. Renault's kicking off race to capture budget minded drivers as well. The big question remains when will this race for affordability reach American from wandering this business wars daily. Have you considered buying electric vehicle apple if so which one tweet us at business force we love hearing from you. I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow. This episode is brought to you by send pro online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your. Pc and you are back to business in no time time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit P B dot Com Slash V._W. Daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.

Renault Pitney Bowes USA David Brown Pitney Leabeau Renault City Ks E E Pitney Bowes Shipping Europe China Saudi Arabia Tesla America Eric Neater Meyer Dr Reporter Edward Neater Meye Usa Today Apple
Instagram Takes Action on Dangerous Weight Loss Ads

Business Wars Daily

04:26 min | 2 years ago

Instagram Takes Action on Dangerous Weight Loss Ads

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney goes. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily in from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Wednesday September twenty. Fifth instagram is about `bout to look a lot different for people under eighteen. The social media platform says he will no longer allow kids to see social media posts and ads promoting weight loss ause products in plastic surgery. It also take down altogether any ads that promise unrealistic changes like products that promise to make you lose is wait overnight. The platform is asking anyone concerned about misleading posts to report them to the platform for investigation instagram's new policy changes also affect facebook which owns instagram a corporate spokeswoman said they're cracking down on influence peddling diet and detox products out of concern for young people and to reduce the pressure that people can sometimes feel as a result of social media the move comes following campaigns by advocates for the body body positive movement including British actress Jamila Jameel Jimmy o one of the stars of the TV show. The good place has been working with instagram for months. She and others were concerned. That unrealistic airbrushed photos of influencers along with ads for unsafe unregulated products were harming social. Media media users especially teenagers. Jimmy runs an advocacy campaign called. I way which works to persuade people to value themselves for achievements in relationships relationships rather than appearance. Jimmy called out celebrities like the Kardashians advertising unproven weight loss products including teas and appetite suppressant lollipops products promising miracle weight loss or detox often include laxatives which can be dangerous when used incorrectly but but policing social media as everyone knows is hardly foolproof earlier this year instagram promised to remove misleading anti vaccine posts from the platform but two months later the Hashtag vaccines kill still appeared as a top result search on back scenes. CNN reported Pinterest instagram's the biggest rival also blocks weight loss in related ads but it goes further in July as we reported right here pinterest posted numerous evidence based exercises exercises intended to help people with anxiety and depression rowing understanding about the power of social media to influence young people is important so too are the moves moves instagram and Pinterest or making as actress Jamila Djamil told the BBC The new instagram policies a huge win in her fight against the Diet Detox Industry St last week on Highways Instagram page demille posted quoting here greedy influencers who pushed toxic products after find another way to scan the innocent people who follow from one is business wars daily. Hey listen collect this episode share with Prince and detection email a social media post or carrier Pigeon David Brown back. This episode is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney Bowes Shipping Shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sen pro online from pitney bowes with WPRO. Online is just click sand and save for as low as is four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your PC and you are back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit pb dot com slash B V._W. Daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.

Instagram Jamila Jameel Jimmy David Brown Pitney Pitney Bowes Shipping Shipping Jamila Djamil CNN Facebook Pinterest Prince Anxiety Centro BBC Four Dollars Thirty Days Ten Pounds Two Months Ten Pound
Sorry Again, Charlie: Starkist Penalized $100 Million for Price Fixing

Business Wars Daily

04:38 min | 2 years ago

Sorry Again, Charlie: Starkist Penalized $100 Million for Price Fixing

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Leabeau's. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the from wonder I'm David Brown and this is business words daily on this Tuesday September twenty four remember this sorry Charlie Yep that's Charlie the famous starkist tuna who was wrong about everything he ever said we shared his famous phrase with you you late last October after star Kist pled guilty to federal felony charges of price-fixing along with competitors Bumblebee and chicken of the sea the company company had colluded to falsely keep prices high for two years between twenty eleven and twenty thirteen that was a real problem for retailers and consumers since the three companies any supply four fifths of all the canned tuna eaten in the US. The case has been under investigation for years last week. Federal judge finally handed star Kist a one one hundred million dollar fine for its actions one hundred million dollars. The maximum penalty allowed by law. The fine was a disappointment to star Kist which should complain to financial hardship and asked to pay only fifty million but the hardship argument didn't sway. US District Court Judge Edward Chen who said in effect sorry sorry Charlie. It's possible that greed was the motivation for the price fixing scheme but desperation may have also played a row remember when tuna sandwiches were almost as popular populars. PB and J. in school lunches will not so much anymore. Over the three decades that ended in twenty-six tuna sales declined by almost forty percent according to the Wall Street Journal title the paper reports that millennials are turning away from processed foods in droves last year star Kist Marketing and Innovation Executive told the journal a lot of millennials. Don't don't even own can openers with no can openers and millennials kitchen doors both star-kist the industry leader and Bumblebee are struggling Bumblebee which earlier paid twenty five million dollars in fines is reported to be considering bankruptcy. Both companies were allowed to pay their penalties interest free over five years but star. Kist which is a subsidiary of a Korean company called Dongwon group has also warned that it may lay off some of its twenty six hundred employees. It's also weighing whether to move a plant from American Samoa to Thailand Star. Kist says the investigation is now officially over but it is hardly the end of high profile price-fixing vice fixing investigations in the food business in July. The Department of Justice launched a criminal investigation into alleged price-fixing in the chicken industry. It is investigating instigating whether poultry giant Tyson foods and pilgrim's pride among others colluded to keep those prices artificially high if the allegations turn out to be true you the chicken industry doesn't have its tuna compatriots possible reasons for pushing prices higher chickens after all aren't processed food and so the poultry poultry providers can't blame their problems on the dearth of can openers and millennials kitchens. I'm wondering this is business wars daily. Hey if you like keeping up with a different business rivalry every day going to give five star rating reviewing favorite podcast stat which it it really helps new listeners and for that we thank I David Brown will be back with you tomorrow. This episode is brought to you by Centro. Oh online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with Sunpro online from Pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right right from your PC and you are back to business in no time try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit. PBA EH DOT com slash B W daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.

Kist Pitney Bowes Charlie Yep Pitney Leabeau Kist Marketing David Brown Price Fixing Judge Edward Chen Wall Street Journal Thailand Star Us District Court United States Tyson Foods Chicken Of The Sea PBA American Samoa Innovation Executive Dongwon Group Department Of Justice Centro
Lucky Stripe: Silicon Valley Fintech Startup Zooms to $35B in Value

Business Wars Daily

05:34 min | 2 years ago

Lucky Stripe: Silicon Valley Fintech Startup Zooms to $35B in Value

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Leabeau's. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Monday everyone. It may be the biggest his tech startup. You've never heard of unless you own your own business that is stripe and online payment service and outs last Thursday that it is now worth more than thirty five five billion dollars that's according to valuations by investors who just poured another two hundred fifty million into the company which helps small businesses accept payments over the Internet funding boosted stripes valuation by twelve billion dollars making it the third most valuable startup in the US according to Bloomberg that news outlet says only the we the company owner of we work and jewel the vape company are worth more and unlike those two companies stripe doesn't appear to be financially troubled as the week company is or struggling with controversy like jewel but if you're not familiar with this giant company well that's reasonable stripe handles back in payment systems for businesses ranging from tiny one person startups to mammoth businesses like airbnb lift facebook and shop affi- and its CEO and president the young brothers Patrick and John Collison in who founded the company have operated quietly without the flash of more well known Silicon Valley UNICORNS becomes roots sound like they were made for Silicon Valley origin origin story the Carlson's hail from drama near an Irish village with a population of one hundred and two while still in high school patrick and John moved to the US in founded business that managed transactions on Ebay then they sold it for five million dollars at ages nineteen and seventeen and each had brief stints at College John at Harvard and Patrick at Mit but the entrepreneurial bug had taken hold and two years later in two thousand ten. They founded stripe the point of their start up to take the pain out of what was then a clunky complicated task for businesses and shoppers alike. It took off quickly. Mostly by word of Mouth College soon went by the wayside. One of their first funders was Peter Thiel. One of pay pal founders fast forward to today and stripe not only helps businesses process payments. It's expanding into other areas areas of finance last week announced a new lending arm called Stripe capital and stripe corporate credit card strike plans to use its new funding mm to continue expanding geographically. It has its ion eight new countries at its heart though the brothers want to enable new businesses to get off the ground by streamlining payments. Amos no matter where their customers are despite its fairytale like origin story stripe isn't without competition far from it. Its closest. Rival is square now. That's the company that offers those little square devices that lets you take credit card payments from your mobile device twitter founder. Jack Dorsey Co founded square both businesses now process hundreds of millions of transactions both companies forgo the monthly processing fees that banks charge businesses in charge flat rate fees instead and squares been making business loans for five years and boasts that it has lent more than five billion dollars so far still as of last Thursday stripe is now worth ten billion dollars more than square according to the New York Times back when Patrick can John Collison were still teenagers messing around trying to find their next business idea they found that the hardest thing about starting a new company was figuring out how to get paid paid. They seized on that problem as the right one to solve but today they say that less than eight percent of all commerce happens online so as big as they are and as big as their rivals square us to one thing seems certain when it comes to the growth of financial technology her you you ain't seen nothing yet from around wondering business worst do a quick favor and tell us more batch yourself visit one three dot com slash survey. We'd love learning more about I'm I'm David Brown. Thanks for listening and we'll be back. This episode is brought to you by send pro online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk has has never been simpler than with San pro online from Pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right at four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats packages right from your PC and you are back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit P B dot com slash B._w. Daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.

John Collison Pitney Bowes Stripe Capital Patrick Pitney Leabeau Pitney Bowes Shipping David Brown United States Peter Thiel Bloomberg Silicon Valley Mouth College New York Times Carlson Ebay Harvard Amos Twitter
Water Water Everywhere But Not a Spot to a Swim? Rent a Pool on Swimply

Business Wars Daily

06:23 min | 2 years ago

Water Water Everywhere But Not a Spot to a Swim? Rent a Pool on Swimply

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney goes. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily they from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Friday everyone we've made it. I don't know about where you are but it's still awfully hot down here. In Austin the kind of heat that's best treated with the day the movies or a nice cool dip in the swimming pool boy. Does that sound good. The problem is most of us. Don't have swimming pools and most public pools get drained after Labor Day. So finding a spot to swim hasn't been the easiest task ask until recently when a startup named swiftly decided to take the airbnb approached pools using the swiftly APP. If you have a pool in your backyard and you want to make a little extra money you can offer strangers the opportunity to rent it out by the hour for feet considerate the sharing economy underwater order in a good way since I'm actively looking for weekend swim spot I thought at tested out went to the website plugged in my city Austin Texas and chose the same day hey to see what I could find. At the last minute. My search turned up seven pools ranging in price from twenty dollars an hour at the east side country club to one hundred dollars an hour or for a private pool with a hot tub in someone subdivision at it'd be fair. The Country Club looked pretty stark and that hundred dollar an hour pool looked clean and peaceful but all this begs the question. Do you trust swimming in a stranger's pool. How clean is it and who else might be there the CO founders twenty-two-year-old CEO Benhamlat skin and his business partner Asher Weinberger say they thought of that they contract with local pool maintenance companies to make sure you won't find anything Hickey in your rented pool as for Privacy in the New Yorker writer Bruce Handy reported that simply tries to ensure that is well L. for instance handy says owners are supposed to keep their window shades down no spying allowed but when handy made a test visit in Long Island the owner was laws peering out the window. That's pretty creepy but it could be worse. We imagine for those pools that are labeled. Nude friendly swim please. Origins is our humble more like a teenager snow shoveling or lawn mowing business than a Silicon Valley Gig Economy Startup home from college in Lakewood New Jersey a couple of summers ago last skin got the idea while swimming in a neighbor's unused pool his family had been paying the neighbor for the privilege as Handy writes in The New Yorker Alaskan thought it could be a real business using Google Earth lasker found eighty pools nearby and contacted their owners all but four refused to talk to him but those four will they agreed to list their APU for rent and swiftly was born though at the time last game had no idea that it would eventually be a real business with pools in so far thirty thirty six states swiftly took off fast on the back of a homemade website and a newspaper at the business grew more than thirty pools in just a couple of weeks and and then lastly told Handy. MSNBC mentioned simply and Alaskans website crashed a year later. Alaskan dropped out of college to go full time with the new business today he and Weinberger have a professional website liability insurance for hosts and even rental Porta potties for hosts who are really busy to afford all of this simply charges the pool owners commissions and takes a small fee from swimmers. The metrics around the business seem a little loosey Goosey in one of the many articles covering simply the founders say some hosts. You're making four thousand dollars a month renting out their pools in other that number climbed to ten thousand to fifteen thousand dollars a month regardless of what the true earnings really are one thing is most likely true for many families. The backyard Dr Pool begins as an enthusiasm and winds up as a wasteland swiftly turns it back into something thoroughly useful. How long will it take for a rival pool. Sharing during company to pop up possibly not very long but for now swiftly doesn't appear to have a head to head or should we say a pooled pool competitor but within the wider recreation industry will there are more and more airbnb like apps for almost anything you want to do you could choose a different recreation creation sharing. APP and look for a campsite on Hip Camp Ra- shared RV on outdoorsy or if you'd rather be on the water then underneath it you could rent wants someone sailing vessel get my boat he's I'll think about my next rented adventure while I float on my back in the sun at that pool out in the Texas from what this business wars daily this week's episodes were ridden edited and produced Appleton edited and produced by M our executive producer Marshall created by or Non Lopez. I'm David Brown around. We'll see at the pool next week. This episode is brought to you by Centro. Online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk has never ever been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your. Pc and you are back to business in no time. Try Try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit P B dot com slash B._w. Daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.

Pitney Bowes David Brown Asher Weinberger Airbnb Dr Pool Pitney Bowes Shipping Pitney Bruce Handy Country Club Swimming Texas Msnbc Austin Long Island Lakewood New Jersey CEO Centro
Amazon Tests Hand-Scanning Checkouts

Business Wars Daily

05:32 min | 2 years ago

Amazon Tests Hand-Scanning Checkouts

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Leabeau's. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily they uh from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business worse daily on this Thursday September twelfth. You know that Ole joke someone goes to a Cadillac Shin raises her hand to scratch your nose and all of a sudden she finds she's bid on and won a cow. That actually happened to my producer years ago. Although luckily she didn't have to take it home well think about that while you think about this. Amazon is testing out a system that would allow you to well will raise your hand to pay for stuff at the checkout counter instead of Swiping your credit card or waving your phone at a scanner you just hold up your hand nearest scanner without actually truly touching it. No you might not buy a cow by mistake but I can imagine a few things that could go wrong but let's get serious for a second the system. Amazon John is experimenting with his code named Orville. Maybe after one of the Wright brothers who knows according to popular mechanics hand geometry was first patented in Nineteen eighty-five five making it ancient by high tech innovation standards the F. B. I. Says Hand Geometry has been widely used for things like employee attendance and access excess to protected places from the residential village at the nineteen ninety six summer Olympics to Walt Disneyworld to create a profile you lay your hand down on on a flat surface and a camera captures several photos of your hand and the shadows it casts the system then analyzes thirty one thousand data points and ninety measurements and translates them into a new Miracle Algorithm and while Ah an in-depth geometric hand profile this biometric technology technology is currently accurate to within one ten thousand of one percent but that's not good enough for Amazon which is trying to tune it up and make it accurate for it to within a millionth of one percent. Amazon is hoping to Roll Orville out at whole foods within months to use it an Amazon prime customer would create a hand profile and link it to their Amazon account once that's done to check out. You'd hold up your hand to a special scanner. Checking out would take only three three hundred milliseconds. Give or take a millisecond. If you're truly time starved you'll appreciate the dramatic improvement. A typical checkout now takes a full three to four seconds. According to the New York Post right now. Amazon workers are testing out old Orville by hand scanning snacks from a handful of vending machines in Amazon's John's New York offices why use hand geometry rather than say facial recognition concerns over surveillance make most consumers rather rather wary of being tracked that way but Amazon may be banking on the notion that we've gotten so used to using our fingerprints to unlock our phones or access APPs. We won't worry about sharing our hand. Profiles still a privacy expert interviewed by The New York Post warned that if someone hacks stores system they they could steal the stored hand profiles solving that identity theft problem would be an even greater nightmare than the ones. We're already familiar with. She said dead according to an email newsletter called the Hustle Amazon is far from the only tech company interested in using our physical bodies to make shopping easier this week apple patented a watch strap that can identify US via the skin on our wrists and use that skin data to speed up the checkout process as the hustled says it's all part of a plan to take all of the friction out of paying for things the easier and faster it is to check out of a store. The less we feel the pain of paying they tell us and when we don't feel the pain of paying you guessed it we spend more money. I'm wondering this business daily would pay raise your hands. Would you use your hand to check out a whole foods or any other store. Why or why not tweet at business we'd love to hear from. I'm David Brown back back with you tomorrow. This episode is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro. The online from Pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your. Pc and you are back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.

Amazon Hand Geometry Pitney Bowes Orville Pitney Leabeau David Brown The New York Post Pitney Bowes Shipping OLE Producer New York Walt Disneyworld Wright Apple United States Centro Four Dollars One Percent
VF Corp. Stops Buying Brazilian Leather While Amazon Burns

Business Wars Daily

05:21 min | 2 years ago

VF Corp. Stops Buying Brazilian Leather While Amazon Burns

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney goes. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily in Uh from wonder I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Wednesday September eleven. The Amazon is he's burning as we now know in late August aerial photographs showing Sao Paulo plunged into darkness in the middle of the day stunned the world that day turn night eclipse lips was a mystery at first but soon it became clear that the cause was some eighty thousand fires burning thousands of miles away in the Amazon rainforest the F. Corporation the multibillion dollar owner of Timberland vans shoes and the north face does not want any part of it late last month it announced that it will stop buying vying Brazilian leather. It won't start again the company said until quote we have the confidence and assurance that the materials used in our products do not contribute due to environmental harm in the country so what does footwear have to do with fires well. The fires on the edges of the Amazon are result of deforestation the station in drought loggers farmers and ranchers cut down trees often illegally they also set fires to clear vast swaths of ranchland mostly to fulfill the world's growing demand for beef. There are fires in the Amazon every year but the number of blazes this year is up about eighty percent over last year according to CNN the news outlet reports that the growth in the blazes is purposeful a result of pro beef industry policies promoted by Brazil's president gyroscope scenario Brazil is the world's largest exporter of beef Bolsonaro says he is not to blame the Amazon rainforest plays a huge role in mitigating climate change. The area is so enormous that unharmed it produces about twenty percent of the world's oxygen BEF Corp says it makes about five hundred million products a year making it one of the largest users of raw all materials in its industry in its effort to improve the company sustainability. VF Corp has been overhauling its supply chain by twenty twenty one. The company claims it will reduce the environmental impact of its raw materials by thirty five percent. Now one of those materials is leather Timberland. You know the Conic Yellow Boot Company is. VF's largest leather user leather is a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. That's because of land-use changes like clearing parts parts of the rainforest. It's also do the copious amounts of methane made by the cattle themselves v F says fifteen percent of its greenhouse gas emissions come from leather weather. It's largest contributors cotton at more than forty percent given its public commitment to cleaning up the supply chain. It's response to the Amazon fires. This makes sense. One of Timberland's biggest rivals is doc Martin maker of the iconic Black boot. The British brand earned revenues news of about three hundred fifty million pounds last year up twenty percent from the year before the much smaller brand has made no public supply chain commitment similar to those of the F. Corp but like the F. It belongs to a consortium called the leather working group which sources materials from tanneries that attempt to reduce the environmental impact of leather processing icing on its own the corpse decision isn't likely to have much effect on Brazil's commitment to fighting fires in the Amazon but often where one company goes rose so go others and when they do together they have an impact so to do shoppers who as we pointed out here more and more lately are increasingly concerned about where their products come from and what effects they may be causing. We're not on the planet from one. This is business workday. Hey do us a favor and take nick few seconds to tell us more about yourself is visit. ONE RE DOT com slash survey sweet love learning about thanks a bunch. I'm David Brown will in this episode is brought to you by central online from Pitney bowes shipping in

Amazon David Brown Pitney Bowes Brazil Pitney Conic Yellow Boot Company UH Vf Corp VF Bef Corp Timberland Vans Sao Paulo Doc Martin Maker CNN Nick Bolsonaro President Trump
Ski Resort Wars Are Heating Up: Better Buy Your Ski Pass Now

Business Wars Daily

05:34 min | 2 years ago

Ski Resort Wars Are Heating Up: Better Buy Your Ski Pass Now

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Leabeau's. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the UH from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Tuesday September tenth hot out there well well if you're a skier no matter whether you're sweating and turning up the air conditioner as you listen to this. It's time to think about buying your ski pass. That's because the ski industry he has been consolidating over the last few years. Colorado giants Vail Resorts and Altarum Mountain Company has been doing two things each has been buying up resorts across the country country and abroad and they've been creating huge season pass programs the give pass holders access to the mountains they own as well as to partner resorts all over the globe globe as the two fierce rivals focus on selling more and more season passes daily lift ticket prices get ever more jaw-dropping last season season daily passes to vail or beaver creek another high end. Colorado resort broke two hundred dollars for the first time making those to Vail owned resorts the most expensive in the US. That's a hefty fee especially. If you want to bring the kids why so pricey will impart the strategies to force you to make the comparison and determined that a pass is far more economical than buying daily lift tickets why spend two hundred nine dollars to ski for a Single Day at Vale when you could good spent about a thousand dollars to ski all winter whether you're in Vermont or Utah even Japan for people who are sure they want to ski at least a few days this it's winter a pass from one company or the other can save you a bunch of money. Veils epoch pass is good at sixty nine different resorts the icon which Altera Tehrik created just last year will get you into forty one resorts from Colorado steamboat to the icons newest European Destination Zermatt in Switzerland. It's not easy to give a head to head comparison on prices because the potential combinations are dizzying. Do you want ski in only one state while there's a price for that. I want unlimited skiing including over holidays everywhere. That's different current prices unveils season passes range from about four hundred dollars for local resorts to nine hundred sixty nine dollars to ski anywhere including new resorts in Japan and Australia. Alturas cost around five hundred dollars for local resort pass say Colorado's winter park to just over a thousand bucks for access to all forty. One destinations and there are discounts for veterans teran's in children and for people who can skip the most popular holiday times. If you're shopping get actress spreadsheets depending on how much you ski either pass could save you megabucks compared to a single day lift ticket but you knew this was coming. There's a catch to get these discounts. You have to be a planner owner low prices and before Thanksgiving that's because a few years ago the rivals parent companies realized it would be smart to book revenue while Violets still warm out there rather than waiting for unpredictable Mother Nature to deliver customers early season pass revenue wooden just smooth out the bumpy nature of the ski a business it would give each company predictable revenue stream and for Vail boost share prices just like subscription businesses everywhere of course if you're an individualist. They're still bumper stickers on old vehicles in the Colorado rockies that say F- Vale you can still find an independent independent mountain or to those family mountains whether in Colorado or any other mountain state or often more down to earth not to mention cheaper than the glitzy resorts. It's being swallowed up by Vail and Al-Tara so grab that icy drink soak up just a bit more summer and start dreaming I mean but you you for the winters from wondering wondering this is business wars daily listen to like our show. Take a second and gives five star rating in a review on your favorite podcast APP. It really helps new listeners finders and for for that we thank you David Brown back with you tomorrow. All this episode is brought to you by send pro online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk. Ask has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with Cipro. Online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's that's right. Four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your. Pc and you are back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale but only when you visit P B dot com slash B._w. Daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.

Colorado Vail Resorts David Brown Vail Pitney Leabeau Pitney Bowes Shipping Japan Vale Beaver Creek Altera Tehrik Switzerland United States Partner Vermont F- Vale Altarum Mountain Company Utah
"pitney" Discussed on The Data Driven Retail Podcast

The Data Driven Retail Podcast

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"pitney" Discussed on The Data Driven Retail Podcast

"How do you get that data. How do you actually use it Because there's a lot of concerns around what you're posting and ten. We've talked about tone right. It's you have to be very careful about words and things like that rather than just. Hey i checked in. And i'm at this location or hey i'm thinking you know most people aren't like hey i'm thinking about a mortgage right. It's probably some other things but The statistic and this was a couple of years that you know thirty five percent of people who are talking on social media about our in the location at the time so again thinking about latency. i mean. that's the real time information but is that useful tomorrow. Is that useful in three months and again how do you use that. Do you have technology. That can harness that. Do you have the analytics that can cross that With your other data social media data calls particularly twitter is the language the language in common language. it stat. That's developed the new dictionaries that needs to be developed to to easily understand that. I think another very important point to understand the biases of the source of the data. So anything about social media take twitter for example on twitter Literally six percent of people on twitter are actually posting something. The rest of them are just kind of like you know reading that material. So you don't get to understand that and today unfortunately twitter is becoming more and more exclusive. It's just basically becoming an announcement platform for the celebrities right and so You know i would caution against one day you use because inadvertently you're going to be biasing models so understanding that is very very important as well and also with facebook right now. You know it's like there's literally pushed more from the millennials side. They're not posting on. they're going somewhere else. So if you are relying on facebook data you inadvertently not be targeting the millennial you do see it grows into in posting pictures and is easier for If i think my nieces and nephews again my son. When i get to that age. It's easier post a picture that you can. You can't fill filter to what you say you can do that. You can make you pictures. Let didn't they see more likely to do that. There is within companies a significant infrastructure gap and the volume of data is increasing as yours trying to address the issue. So you're looking at addressing. Wow it's this big and by the time you even get your head around. It's this big pitney. Bowes added multiple data sources in from many different locations are many different sources. And so you do have to not be paralyzed by that fact and actually say let's start here. Let's start getting what we can get normalizing the language in which we speak internally and externally and have the ability to flex and add more things and move as you go along. Because if you don't again you start saying well the the market is here and we're here. How did we gap get so big cough. And it's happening very quickly that that gap gets wide. So tom and i know that there's a small countdown clock. Just hey i was actually starting to have a cold sweat. What happened when he zero..

twitter facebook pitney Bowes cough tom
"pitney" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"pitney" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"O'lakes Lockheed Martin Macy's Marriott MasterCard Morgan Stanley nasdaq Northrop Grumman oracle owing scorning Pepsi Fizer Pitney Bowes Procter and gamble PWC qual com Raytheon Rockwell sales for Siemens Stanley black and decker steel case target Texas Instruments union Pacific United Airlines United technologies you PS vis a Walgreens Walmart Western Union whirlpool and Xerox there are seven companies by the way CEOs did not sign the statement including Alcoa Blackstone which is a private equity firm and General Electric Evelyn financial engines we are not members of the business roundtable we aren't let's face it although we're the biggest independent registered investment adviser in the country with two hundred twelve billion dollars in client assets we are tiny if you compare us in size to the fortune five hundred we are certainly not in the league of the one hundred eighty eight companies that are members of the business roundtable but I'll tell you this I would be happy to sign that statement I believe that this is the way we have operated here Elden financial engines for our entire thirty three year history and I am excited to see this dramatic statement issued by the chief executives of America's leading public companies we are going to see a massive difference and change in corporate behavior as a result of this as this meanders its way throughout all of business in America as it is developed by think tanks academia and reaches from business schools to the kitchen table it's really very exciting and what does all that mean more urgently more immediately for you and your investments that we will talk about next with us for.

Lockheed Martin Macy Fizer Pitney Bowes Procter Siemens Stanley Xerox Alcoa Blackstone America Marriott Morgan Stanley Pepsi PWC Raytheon Rockwell Texas Instruments union Pacifi General Electric Evelyn two hundred twelve billion dol thirty three year
"pitney" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"pitney" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Here's some hot gossip bursting through the brick wall. The Kool aid, man. Try to solve this. The Kool aid man that felt kind of incredible hulk. Yeah. Good effort. Thank you for trying in. What might be one of the dumbest moves ever this A, plus Lewis, mostly movie actor hooked up with his A. Plus lash a list actress X apparently she wanted to clear the air, and they had lunch neutral ground at a restaurant. She rented out which is usually closed at lunch and after they ate the two hooked up in the private room. And when I say dumbest move ever, I'm referring to eat both of them. Oh, I feel like this is Brad Pitney drawing. Joe lee. Oh, I was going to go more, Jennifer Aniston. Is one of us. Correct. In the other not. Well, Brad Pitt. Yes. I like the narrative that both of you guys are saying that could be Jennifer Aniston or it could be Angelina Jolie s. I don't know. Why would they why would Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt need to clear the air? Well, you know, maybe because they got divorced, and they didn't get a chance to say all the things that they wanted to her party, and they were buying houses together. And all that remember this all happened before that. Yeah. Or maybe it happened after he showed up at the party. And was like, hey, okay. I'll catch you later. Hey, let's do lunch some time. Right. And then they did lunch. And then they did stop mel's. Who to the comments seem to think it's fifty fifty honestly either Angelina Jolie or Jennifer Aniston total fits into this blind item. See I don't. Okay, here's why I think it's Jennifer Aniston and not Angelina Jolie, I think they're I think they're divorce business is so contentious and because of the parenting. That's exactly why they had. So that's. What I was saying what I was going to say is I bet that there's like like some rules around them getting like just getting together legally right together. This is not mama June. But if they went to lunch and people what you're right. I just mean that when two people are frustrated with one another there's more likely to be sexual chemistry there than Jennifer Aniston because I feel like Jennifer Aniston, and Brad Pitt could just have sex wherever they want whenever they want that would advance. You know, the narrative that the tabloids want us to believe because again, he bought her her house or something. Her according to the tabloids. He bought her the house that the two of them lived in when they were married. Okay. When we come back on the Colleen and Bradley Brown. Thank you Holly for those delicious blind date. You know, what I wanna do? I wanna go back to the constants. Woo story and talk about what anti lawyer who supplies are blind items said about the old, you know, the what we talked about. What happens when celebrities think that they're too big? Yes. She cool for school. And she ain't the first and she certainly going to be the last celebrity to do. So we're going to talk about what any lawyer has to say about that after this on mytalk one seven one, Lori and Julia. Is.

Jennifer Aniston Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie Brad Pitney Joe lee A. Plus Lewis mel Lori Holly Colleen Julia Bradley Brown
"pitney" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"pitney" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Anyway, he laughed at Pitney. He told Pitman he said, he said, you gotta be kidding. It was too late. We don't care if you win a lose. He left went to TCU and died during the game apart. It was the most incredible coach who ever lived in my life, and inspired me. I will have my first game ever saw by the way was between two lane of Mississippi State. No one including you could be more disappointed than I was when coach said he was going Florida that got mad. Michael war was was bone. If he stayed another year and then got five because he would have because he wasn't that good. You know, things would have been different when you turn your back on your kids as he had to forget for site. The Florida job is upset, you know, because he built them up, and he took a lot of them when he left the guy who dropped the pass against Florida. Shame on him. But he did. He's just a boy, it was broke Maha the guy the guy at Iowa same thing. Give him those two games. And and they no way they would lost. If they have coaching with a stayed the same. I love coach Moorhead. He did what he could. But sometimes occasions beyond wants control, man. Thank you. Great to talk to you. Oh, man by I most admire Matt for not taking a breath during the entire conversation. That was amazing. Jason is up next. How are you? Jason you there. I'm there you doing good Paul. I am here. Thank you. So I had a quick thought I was looking at the recruiting rankings recruiting probably the most exciting part of football for me..

Pitman Florida Jason Pitney TCU Paul Mississippi State Michael war Maha Iowa football Matt
"pitney" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"pitney" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The new TV show the history channel TV show project blue book at the time when your father had a Pitney that you know, when he came around to believing these these incidents, real what do you think that case was that convinced him that this was that he was in the middle of something? He couldn't explain. I think it was an art sort of the fog and the hot water where you don't really realize the change at the moment. But also in part, it was the moral case in court in Mexico nineteen sixty four he particularly likes that. Hey, and I know that I was playing around the time of this straw, broke the camel's back, and he had a complete rupture with the air force in terms of their point of view their approach to and his methodology looking at from the point of view, don't with five different military director of project, we look and even with Lieutenant Colonel Robert friend who was the best of the bunch who became very good friends with my father, and who's ninety ninth birthday party. I want to a month and a half ago, you know, even with somebody like that the best luck of the draw you can get they had very different points of view because military point of view, they would start off wanting to identify if something legitimate or not. And that's the thing. Science. But if they did decide something legitimate or had potential to be legitimate. Then the military their next job was to oppose the risk enough security, whereas that's not a to the point of view. So just a very way they investigate a case. Even if you've had intellectually honest person who wanted to get to the bottom of it a military and a scientific viewpoint are going to clash. So that was the case then what were some of the chief takeaways that what were some of the final things that he would say as a definite statements, the skeptical statements what I'm trying to get at is were there certain rules that he played by certain criteria that he'd use. Or? I mean, what were some of the takeaways that you had what he was doing studies? I don't know if there was. The overriding. Directive of project blue book was to find solutions and explain cases away, and even with that of the twelve thousand and odd cases that they officially investigated seven hundred threw their hands up in the air. So you know, and they they would just unexplained..

Pitney Lieutenant Colonel Robert Mexico director
"pitney" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"pitney" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"But I say is. Yes, hottest stay low. Everybody knows back. Gene. Good bill. I just. Just. These guys really know. That. But the bid. Plenty. That that that that that can come by? Devontae. That it went guy, really. As I admitted CHAI just tell me that tell you. Unbound. Back. Ninety two three. No. Go go. This is what you to keep from from him mom with OT. He this is what you flip Tinky from from him mama with K O D hard. This is what you take. Fiddly from K. This is what you take from fifty from him bomb. K O D hard issue. Wow. Oh, my staff. I want to reply. How does it feel not as you? How much work is your home? How come you get a few features? I think you should how about I don't how about you. How about you? Listen to never for kit. Only go. One thing to be on my haven't you heard of his code is a. Again, it gets bigger the clinic, I'm lit lit. This is live to keep from piddly from him mom with OT. This is what you call from. From him. Mom, OD harder. This is what you take from. Fiddly from him bomb. This is what you Tinky. From him. Mom, K O D hardest. My mind coming for the blood. My homie got from a pseudo could compl- jug. We're going to pay someone to say don't give. Yeah. Someone say daily. They should pay me apprentice perfect competitors, baby. Perfect numbers better than bet mistakes, platinum messes play the tempest of lexical like back in any Norio, Nick crazy sub. If you check a Mercedes shoot at the police, clever ladies don't have credits hanging asking. What have you done is molesting was sitting in my life is crazy? No ethnic play me. My life is crazy. No Edeka play. This is what you live from Pitney from him mom with OT. He this.

Pitney piddly
"pitney" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"pitney" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"When I build a business, you can't come in and take away my business or half of my business. It's my business. It belongs to me. This is a gigantic Pitney that you've got to have tie that with this one put it together and realize this I can lose my own money. I can not be successful in my own business. Just as easily as I could give all of my life away to accompany and give all my money way to financial planner or stockbroker, and let them lose my wife and my money for me. I would rather lose my life and my money myself Twining to succeed trying to hit the home. Run lose my wife, and my money to a boss to a financial planner. These companies that really made a difference in my life from that point forward it back. I remember the day that I lost all the money. And I said to myself, you know, I wish I would have spent that money. I would have much rather of known that. I don't have that life savings anymore because they went out and just bent it. Cars women partying, whatever it was. I would rather have spent the money. Do it has somebody just take it away from me? What a painful thought. People took my life. Other people took my money, and I didn't do anything about short break. Be right back..

Pitney Twining
"pitney" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"pitney" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"And when I build a business, you can't come in and take away my business or half of my business. It's my business. It belongs to me. This is a gigantic a Pitney that you've got to have. Tie that with this one put it together and realize this I can lose my own money. I can not be successful in my own business. Just as easily as I could give all of my wife away to accompany, and you have all my money away to a financial planner or stockbroker, and let them lose my life and my money for me. I would rather lose my life, and my money myself trying to succeed trying to hit the home run deludes, my wife, and my money to a boss to a financial planner. These would do pekingese that really made a difference in my life from that point forward it back. I remember the day that I lost all the money. And I said to myself, you know, I wish I would have spent that money. I would have much rather have known that. I don't have that life savings anymore because I went out and just rented cars women, partying, whatever it was. I would rather have spent the money has somebody just take it away from me. What a painful thought. People took by life and other people took my money, and I didn't do anything about it. Short.

Pitney
"pitney" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"pitney" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"You go to my Facebook in my fiery, passion and enthusiasm has inspired so many people to get out of the doldrums to escape. Silently out of the status quo of their lives. So I wanna on your show, right here, John sake. Everybody who goes to my Facebook. What what else fiery electronic blood, brother, campfire of truth logic? Commonsense. Goodwill decency. Funny. I mean, I don't even need Richard Pryor's effort to catch fire for a good laugh anymore. I usually go to my face. The bishops on my Facebook. I referenced Richard Pryor's afro igniting because that was the funniest thing. It is for the world. He made a career out of it. But the humor the intellect boy, smart smart people out there. They're all on my Facebook. So thank you. Everybody out there for that. You know, you very very selflessly inaccurately not I'm pretty sure I'm not mistaken. In fact, I'm sure I'm right? You said that Jimmy McCarty was one of the most underrated guitar players. Absolutely. The original billion reveres Mitch Ryder, the Detroit wheels, cactus communicated. You've got a brand new record out Google it Jimmy McCarty, Detroit. He he's still performing and he fired me out of body. When I I saw by my band allured opened up for Billy Lynn reveres who eventually became much rather Detroit wheels. Same guys Martha and the band, Dallas and and house house without pity. What was that guy's name guys can't think of it right now? But anyhow. Town without pity pity, gene Pitney. Yes. G Pitney that my dad the Lord's open for gene, Muslim vandalism building there and when Jimmy McCarty came out with the Gibson bird land plants through offender ramp. I I I was out of body. It was went. Oh my God. What is that? I mean, remember it. I I I've been a student of Chuck Berry, and Bo Diddley and Duane Eddy. And Lonnie Mack. It's called a great..

Jimmy McCarty Facebook Richard Pryor Detroit gene Pitney Mitch Ryder Lonnie Mack John sake Billy Lynn Chuck Berry Duane Eddy Bo Diddley Google vandalism Martha Dallas
"pitney" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"pitney" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And within three to six months after the divorce married again. It's mostly men men. Many men cannot live without being married. They need somebody to take care of them. They need a mom, mama. Take care of me. And so. I don't think they actually pick just the perfect girl. They just pick the next girl next to line step up your turn to take care of me. I can't take care of myself. So did you pick the relationship and are you in relation to work? I had a guy the other day. This is bizarre. Tell me he said. Probably gonna get a divorce. And had another guy I met the other day. And he said, you know, I'm living separated from my wife, but we still see each other very dysfunctional separation because I still go over there. And I see the family and the kids on holidays and stuff. But I don't even have a girlfriend inside anymore. I used to have had that anymore. That was the reason we got broke up, but. What are you going to get divorced or not? Well are. Yeah. I guess I should it really sets. What about the money because? Yeah. I guess I should just living that life wandering around. Hoping it's all going to work out isn't gonna get you where you need to go guys. Right guy told me. He said, I go I think I'm going to get divorced because I can't seem to get anywhere with my wife. So I think I'm gonna get rid of her. Go ahead and get somewhere like. Well, that's an epiphany without a Pitney. We take a short break. We'll be right back with the Dell Wasi radio show. You're listening to the radio show gel. We'll be right back with more life changing principles and just a few minutes. Learns.

Pitney Dell six months