18 Burst results for "Polina"
"polina" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Bertrand and spent the day in the yard spent the weekend in the yard. But he's out there again this morning. Doing some projects that I've been waiting all winter to get done. Lou Manfredini is here to help us along with some other projects. Sweet Lou, what's going on? And you're gonna tell everybody how many pictures you sent me of all the work? You didn't. You're proud of yourself. I sent pictures without asking questions, right? That is true. You were just so proud. You were like, Look at this. It's spring. What? What a glorious Easter Sunday we had a storm system sewer system put in through our yard. I don't get into it, but, um so so the backyard was torn up. The front yard was torn up all winter long with this mound of Play that I couldn't plant anything. And so I had landscapers come. The landscapers did the work leveling it out. But I put the seat down on Saturday and have been watering it ever since. I'm not too early with the C, D. M. I You're right about there sort of the rule of thumb. We both have a mutual friend Joe Polina, who always quotes Be very mallet Jubal. Jim Bazell, who is the ornamental horticulturist that many heard for years with Orient Sanderson and the four city is you have any four cities on your property Do is blooming just now. That's when you put down seed and pre emergent. No kidding. So that's sort of Ah, nursery. Um, sort of wives tale and has everything to do with your city is will start to Bloom is, you know it's this beautiful green plant, But it has these beautiful, vibrant yellow flowers, but it's a very short bloom period. I mean, literally. If you were out of town for a couple of days, you may miss it. And so when you get those beautiful yellow blooms on that plant, that means the soil temperatures starting to warm up, and when it comes to grass seed, it's all about soil temperature. If it's too cold, and you don't cover it well enough, It just becomes bird seed instead of grassy. Yeah, they're a couple of words and joined the lunch this morning on good. Just keep it. Keep it damp all the time, right? Correct. So now what you're hoping for is, you know, we've got some nice warm weather coming the next few days, and you don't really need over water it literally. If you have a sprinkler or sprinkler system, many people probably don't have their sprinkler systems turned down yet so you may need to buy if you're gonna be since seeding a little sprinkling.
"polina" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Of Polina. Causing damage. They're coming through Pelham. Where it really, really started to be. Very serious Damage was on highway 1 19 close to herd my park. The Oak Ridge subdivision is well summer place was damaged. Sheriff says the damage varies widely, everything from a few shingles off a roof to completely collapsed house I mean from from the top to the bottom. And you have areas that might have minor damage in the hat. Next house next door to him completely wiped out in Pelham. At least 60 homes damaged Cross Creek subdivision and Shanda Lar neighborhood hit hard. They've got an overnight curfew in effect in Pelham 10 P.m. to six a.m. through the weekend damage reported in Old Town and Halina. We have damage reported in Montevallo, including a tree falling on a house. Also have damage reports out of iron Dale debris in trees down there. Fortunately, nobody hurt damage reported in robot this morning, two word tree fell on a house. We did see some major flooding Thursday afternoon along I 65 Coleman County portion of the roadway had to be shut down for hours. It's back open again this morning in Hale County, they suffered an EF one Twister just a week ago. Damage reported there from Thursday. Storms in Mesa Sawyer bill was hit hard know, Dez reported, and first responders had to perform a couple of rescues in Bibb County. Damn Rich reported in Brent in Centerville along Highway 82. The many people who were hurt on Thursday of Florence police officers recovering in the hospital after he was hit by lightning. Authorities say he was responding to a flooding call. He was attempting to remove barricades when he was struck. Next news at 8 30. I mean Gene or bell now back to your hosts, Leah Brandon Dollar Bill and Rob Konrad. This is after the storm on my heart radio. I'm Leah Brandon from NewsRadio. 1055. W E. R C and I'm joined by Dollar Bill and Rob Konrad Dollar Bill from Of course, the bowl.
"polina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"You were happy to experience and this is probably one of my top five moments I've ever Witnessed in my entire life. So Polina met her boyfriend's family. The other day. I was on the phone with her. We're the type of relationship where we just got the phone and continue about daily tasks. As if you know someone is with you. So she asked me if she if I think it's a good idea to bring some flowers to his mom, I was like, Yeah, that'd be great. Everyone loves flowers, right? She goes to the florist, and I'm on the phone with her, and she's asking the florist. What color and what sort of vase and you know everything You need to know when buying flowers for someone. And then, after she pays, she asked the florist and I quote. Is it weird to bring people flowers to the florist? What? And I was laughing so hard? I didn't even hear what she said. So I'd like you to fill me in person who sells flowers for you to purchase and bring the people you ask that person. If it's weird to bite, said flowers and take them to people. Yes. Mm. I said that because I didn't know if it was doing too much. And I don't think she understood who these were for anyway. Or whatever. I just literally said, Is it weird to bring people flowers? What do you think I would ask you what your job is making flowers to give the other people's looks like Yeah. You should leave the money here like I was just about to say, Paulina. What do you think? But that's that's why we're here because there wasn't a lot of thinking going on. No. In my head. I was having conversations to myself, you know? Yeah, I questioned myself was for his mother. I'm meeting for the first time. Why e mean you're You're a woman. She's a woman. You had to bring something. You can't come empty handed. You've received flowers. Your mom has received flowers. People received flowers every day. That's why there are floral shops. In order for people to buy arrangement to give to other people or to themselves. So I would say the answer would kind of be inherent in you walking in the flower store, and that's a big No. That it's not weird. I know I was nervous first time meeting Mom, I brought cake, too. You know about a cheesecake because she loves cheesecake and the flowers I'm like. Is this too much like? Is it normal? She think I'm weird. I don't know I was going in my own head the whole day, but that I asked the florist. Is it weird to bring people flower preference that first by saying, Can I ask you a question before asking the questions? Yeah, Yeah, That's Zetter..
"polina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Happy to be alive that you were happy to experience and this is probably one of my top five moments I've ever Witnessed in my entire life. So Polina met her boyfriend's family. The other day. I was on the phone with her. We're the type of relationship where we just got the phone and continue about daily tasks. As if you know someone is with you. You know, you're so she asked me if she if I think it's a good idea to bring some flowers to his mom, I was like, Yeah, that'd be great. Everyone loves flowers, right? So she goes to the florist, and I'm on the phone with her, And she's asking the florist. What color and what sort of vase and you know everything You need to know when buying flowers for someone. And then after she pays, she asked the florist and I quote. Is it weird to bring people flowers to the florist? What And I was laughing so hard. I didn't even hear what she said. So I'd like you to film the person who sells flowers for you to purchase and bring the people you ask that person. If it's weird to bite, said flowers and take them to people. Yes. I said that because I didn't know if it was doing too much. And I don't think she understood who these were for anyway. Or whatever. I just literally said, Is it weird to bring people flowers? What do you mean? I would ask you what your job is making flowers to give the other people's looks like Yeah, You should leave money here like I was just about to say, Paulina. What do you think? But that's that's why we're here because there wasn't a lot of thinking going on in my head. I was having conversations to myself, you know? Yeah. Question to myself was for his mother that I'm meeting for the First time, but why? I mean, you're you're a woman. She's a woman. You had to bring something. You can't come empty handed. You've received flowers. Your mom has received flowers. People received flowers every day. That's why there are floral shops. In order for people to buy arrangement to give to other people or to themselves. So I would say the answer would kind of be inherent in you walking in the flower store, and that's a big No. That it's not weird. I know I was nervous first time meeting Mom, I brought cake, too. You know about a cheesecake because she loves cheesecake and the flowers I'm like. Is this too much like? Is it normal? She think I'm weird. I don't know I was going in my own head the whole day, but that I asked the florist. Is it weird to bring people flower preference that first by saying, Can I ask you a question before asking the question..
"polina" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"$1000, or controlling $1000 of currency, using only 20 bucks more than likely, you said, controlling $1000 with only 20 bucks. There are some people out there that will always ask. What's the catch? Okay, why does there always have to be a catch? But truly, it comes down to risk management in the example if the stock moved up or down by 10 1% in the investor would have a $100 profit or loss. That's an example of having your dollar act like a dollar. Why should you consider an alternative? The forex market has a 50 to 1 leverage advantage here in the U. S. Therefore, why have your dollar act like a dollar when it can act like $50? Here's the best part. What if you only wanted to risk a dollar and not the 100 bucks? Like the previous example you can do that The forex market is Where is large as he wanted to be. Another great advantages for X has the potential of generating higher return on investments in a shorter time frame, because the leverage it offers, But there's more. Would it make sense to ensure you have the ability to benefit whether the market went up or down and get in and out as fast as you want not to mention the tax benefits, meaning because the investor is controlling currency? It's tax much different and lower than stocks and mutual funds, which makes it attractive because it is possible to withdraw money from an account. Without any of the consequences. Like stocks or mutual funds, My friends, the advantages go on and on. Allow yourself the opportunity to see if this is right for you and your family. Polina, will you tell him what they get during the trial period? Thanks, Robert. I calling.
"polina" Discussed on Verna Law, P.C. Intellectual Property Law Firm, Westchester County, New York
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"polina" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Know, Kathleen, I don't know The answer to that. I wish I did I, but I don't know it's it's really depressing. You know, I like to walk in the warm weather, and I Don't live that far from downtown anymore, but it really it was depressing to walk by all these storefronts. The were all boarded up and closed and for rent release and then you go out. On Route nine and you had towards Natick and framing him. It's even worse. It's just like devastation out there, and the politicians don't seem to care. Me. They say they care, but they don't really care. Thanks for the call. Kathleen. Steve, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Steve. No way. I'm getting the impression the distinct impression because of contact tracing Uh, that Governor Parker is a super spreader. You know what that is? That's that's good. A theory is any Steve I mean, everyone who's a friend of his is getting seriously sick. I mean, he's got to really do something like our unenforced quarantine. You know what that would? Wouldn't it be great if he had if he had to not come out for a couple of weeks, But then Karen Polina would be doing the Doing the the press conferences. You know, Biff Buffington just send me a tax that Steve and he said that he thought he saw Karen Pelino leaving market back in B spirits. In Waltham with a keg. She's.
A Day Laborer Who Dreamed Of Returning Home To Mexico Dies Of COVID-19
"Have the story of a man who lived in the margins struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic. There's a Home Depot parking lot west of downtown Los Angeles. Day laborers line up on the corner waiting for construction jobs. Until recently, there was a man who always sat under a small tree on the sidewalk. His name was pulling over Ramos. This was kind of his spot leading in the shade for jobs. Ramos isn't here anymore. The last time anyone here saw him he was sitting under that tree with his head down. Something was wrong with him. S o. He was sitting there waiting for a job, but he was like, have pain in my chest, and she wasn't able to breathe. Jorge Nicholas works at the Central American Resource Center of L. A. He's the organizer at that day Labor Center and he knew Ramos. So one of the workers here took him to the to the ER. And after nine way never felt him in Polina Ramos is one of more than 290,000 people who have died from Cove in 19 in the United States. He was 53 years old. He was a day laborer. Desperate turn a paycheck in the middle of this pandemic. NPR's Danny. Hey, Jack spoke to some of the workers who remember their friend. Rufer named Fernando Sanchez waits for jobs along the busy corner this morning, he and Paulina Ramos used to wait out here together, reminiscing about their lives in Mexico. Of it. Uh, almost e saw him a few days before he went to the hospital. Sanchez says he stares at the ground as he talks about his friend. Yeah, more more than the bedroom. He looked really thin. He lost a lot of weight, he says, Hey, looked sad E think When someone thinks they're going to die, they know it. They could just feel it being soft. Yellow President Erica Sanchez is standing near a makeshift memorial for Ramos. Workers set up a small table with flowers and prayer candles that could be seen from the street. The flowers are wilted now. Jorge Nicholas, the organizer of the day Labor Center, says workers here don't normally share their feelings. But their friend's death has changed that they can't even believe it because they don't even think with he's passed away way know about design. Behind the flowers. There is a black and white picture. It's Ramos in a hospital bed, hooked up to machines and tubes as he battled Cove in 19, But the color photo the workers pinned above the memorial. Reminds them of the Paulino Ramos. They all knew a quiet man with graying black hair mustache and the little smile. Ramos was alone here in the U. S. It had been years since you've seen his family back in Mexico, his wife and three kids and grandkids he'd never met. He was, um I love your father, a loving husband and he always trying to provide for his family. That's the reason he came here to be able to provide a better opportunity for his kids. Nicholas says Ramos worked demolition shops across L A for over a decade around hazardous materials like this pestis and mold in concrete dust that makes workers like llamas more vulnerable to complications from covert 19. Forget this was all about some common chemicals. There are strong chemicals in the old buildings we work in, says Jesus Mon. Hey, He's one of the older workers waiting on the corner here. He's been a painter since the eighties, which hand pick a Jameson Don't be. A lot of workers here have damaged their lungs, he says, including me. Move. Bella Heroes Depending on all these stories are a reality for day laborers. Most employers don't provide protective equipment. They don't provide health insurance. Either day. Laborers don't get sick pay, and many workers like Ramos are undocumented. Mario Gara is a welder from El Salvador. He's been apart from his family, too. And as he stands in this parking lot He wonders if he'll suffer the same fate. Is Ramos. Nobody flat over a woman? The Sally port? Remember guns everywhere. E don't know if I'll ever go home to El Salvador or if I'll die here, he says. I want to see my mom and my daughter, but that's life life already hard made even harder. Since the pandemic shutdowns in March, work in this parking lot has dried up, and Ramos could no longer pay his rent. He did find a little help. He received a $300 grant from the Central American Resource Center of L. A and the National Day laborer organizing network. Ramos. It was a lifeline. He recorded this video to think the donors Mayama. Polly. No, this is Ramos is voice mail Yesterday E got money for food and rent, he says. I'm grateful. I got help, so at least I could eat. I'll try to make it last. Well, God cinema. Jorge Nicholas, the organizer of the day Labor Center, says he can still hear Ramos is deep voice. They talked a lot about family, Ramos dreamed of returning home. So we could finally meet his grandkids. You used to get very nostalgic when he talked about coming back to Mexico to his family. You know something right? Because I had two little ones. So he used to tell me like, spend time with your little ones. You know as much as you can. I'm sorry. I think that your kids, you spend time with your kids. Last week. Paulino Ramos is remains were sent back to his family in Mexico.
"polina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Think Polina doesn't pay careful Attention to details. That the rest of the world might, um And more importantly, I just love to hear what comes out of your mouth when you are under pressure and don't have time to think about. It s so That's really what this is about. Nonetheless, let's play definitely gonna be Paulina. Melissa, is your challenger today? Good morning, Melissa. How are you? Morning? I'm great. I'm great. How are you guys? Melissa, You're on the South side. And so you and Pauline are both of the south side of Chicago. And you're equally matched because we're in which neighborhood are you? I'm like the Beverly Morgan Park area. How you're now I see you. Yeah, curia like she was, But that's okay. You went to carry no. E said I wasn't the valedictorian like you. No, no, she was and she invented uber and avocado toast. In case you are unaware for, unfortunately. Shouldn't get any credit for any of that. But okay, so let's play the game we got this is elementary level. Grade school level trivia on DSA. We're gonna put Polina in the sound booth. Poof. We're gonna ask these questions to Melissa. And we're going to see what happens. You ready to say good luck calling Paulina. Yeah, she is. Accident. Vamonos. Vamonos another now that she's left the room. Can we one day get like 1/5 grader? Uh, that would be funny like somebody's kid. This. Let's just get action on the radio. That way. We know three or four calls. Haley knows several words. But that may be enough. Um Okay, Here we go. Melissa Question number one who works in the Oval Office. The president..
"polina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Michelle. Hi, Michelle. Polina is your player Somebody is like, really? I don't know what's going on here. And then we have Lizzy. I Liz Liz Showbiz. Shelly is your player I ll is But you know, I don't know what state is not my dad. Don't say that. Don't say that. We must have you must have confidence like, please don't hang up your find Shelly. Everything's fine. Fine. And then we have Nikki. Hi, Nikki. Just part Nicky to get snow on Jason Brown owner Boner is your player. You're ready. Okay. Good hearing, you know, mute the at home players. We've got eight songs. Tiebreaker, if necessary, all songs from the billboard hot 100 from their respective years and we, by the way. We designated throwback as seven years and older all seven years and ordered a new stuff, huh? Hey, I'm just I'm just trying to make this interesting because you know, we've been playing this game for, like, four years. Three years. I feel no guys ready? Yes. Song number one in the throwback, throw down Rue Fio. The Far East Movement like a G six. Ah, correct drinking stories movies around me, they be like like a cheese. Six.
"polina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Just wanted for rue Feel if you get it, right? Yeah. Oh, I didn't know that. We just explained it. But I had a phone in front of a busy saying Hello. You do have a photo friend, but it doesn't matter. Okay, Fine. Can't win. You can only really now because the most you could get it to he has three. Jason had God just take the zero Polina. Who would go, Elizabeth, I'll give you a little more here, Holly and I explain this to you. So that this didn't happen. I don't know her. You don't know it, Elizabeth. Do you know she doesn't know it? Alright Ah Rubio. Yes, Rubio, But I don't know. Isn't everyone know I was a savage garden? I knew I loved you. I knew I loved you. Yeah, I I knew I loved you. And I know it's not your problem. He won that. Closing that gap in money. Divorced couples dancing this son in 1998. The other one, too, from Savage really madly on our tiebreaker today also sounds of an angel. When really, really special five on and you can pretend like Hear these songs all the time. And then here is the one. I think this was a debut as well today. Do you know that's right Backs really wasn't I think what I owe today. Your friend was a name you for me? It's not in his system when he goes to download it and say Oh, yes, I can see if I've been thinking. Video, Jason, the winner is calling and screwed it up for you way explain this very slowly and deliberately, so this wouldn't happen. And then it did anyway. So that means let me see here. That means Allison. Allison. Ah, I'm not sure what you want, but we're gonna figure it out. Everybody have a great day and thank you so much. Listening. Everybody hang on. Stay right there. That would bring Rubio to seven wins. Kayla with nine Angie with four. Which also means Angie. Well way. We were hoping for a roof. Eo Angie Ty. Next week, I would have been would have been possible. No one even impossible anyway, because you still had six and she only could had five so we could have gone out with a tie would be worth to you going out with a tie. Then we would have had a tiebreaker. Guy will force then would have got out of Victor because I would have made sure that you want by giving you also, why would I do that, though? I know you wouldn't. I would give her the song that's happy. I would I would have cheated way all Don't go changing, but sure I could still be there if you gave her all the songs all really that Reed and the little bald like you can't even read. Apparently, apparently nice called to illiterate. No, I didn't. I just said I could probably buzzing faster and get the songs. You're deaf, too, that apparently, you're my cause that that would work. Put in Buzz. You know, we're only 177 days left Now. Six days before you start crapping on. I know it's like that song, too. Which one way that was the entertainment reporter. Do it, saying the first goodbye That's a loser 100 million times getting everyone to know Just what you say my name like a half indecisive but no hope. I'm not the only one. You know you me things. You said no. A window and you go with that. Good break. Don't you go break my has Angie's entertainment report with bread. And Angie I'm one of 35 Kiss a symbol of my papers here for this nose reports forgot my computer today. So I'm doing like super old type doing here papers. This just said Katia West pisses on his Grammy..
"polina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"But for me, I'd like nothing has really changed because I've been going in everything. Yeah, same same with us. Yeah, I think it's been hard for I mean, like, not in every way but in a lot of ways have been hard for us to relate to what some people are going through because we've somehow were labeled essential workers and we kept coming in every single day. And and so I don't know. Like people like Oh, my God, she has your life changed. I'm like, Well ah, Let me see. Get up. Go to work. Go home, take a nap. The book question Snow not really know, the only thing that was different was everything outside of work. You know, getting around the city and stores and mass and all that stuff that everything I was going to say? I mean, for those of us who have been out about it hasn't been so bad getting around No traffic. I mean, you know now that I know, I know, I know Jordan. It takes me I was over by Midway airport to get the river north. It takes 25 minutes and I love it. Yeah. Do you know Polina? Has there been a Danny's pizza before? God? No fun fact. My best friend's boyfriend works at Danny Pizza. Okay, No, Paulina there one day, then. Yeah. If you live near midway, you gotta know about Danny's pizza. Apparently, it was brought to my attention that the pizza puff there is called Fred's Pizza puff. Now that has been brought to my attention. I know, I think quickly. Yeah, well, it's a recent change. Polina showed me. I believe it's actually on.
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"I tunes you can subscribe lever a view shared around. If you do all of those things like the greatest high I five in the world and help us make this more long-term and sustainable speaking of you WanNa Maka lightning rounds disruptors dot FM Slash Patriots be at Reo n and support us. Please consider doing that. Please consider helping us make this into something sustainable. Because right now it's so far from that and we need your help to make a bigger impact on the world and now without further ado I give you the brother and sister pair Philip and Paulina Of We choose to go to the moon own and this decade and do the other thing not because they are easy but because they are so. You're talking a little before the program. You guys raised a ton of money money to get into essentially private equity on the real estate side of things and then found a different passion in life. What's your story was the quick thirty thousand foot overview? Yeah so prior. Prior to two thousand ten Polina night both had corporate jobs. We both quit our jobs at the end of twenty two Twenty ten and started raising capital to make distressed Israel's state acquisitions and over five year period we ended up raising three hundred fifty million dollars of equity bought forty four distressed real estate assets and as we started exiting those in the real estate prices started recovering we started looking at other sectors. Passion was was disrupting consumer products. So we knew that up up forty percent of all customers. Today are millennials. We know that millennials are four times less likely to buy from multi nationals than baby boomers. And so the way that millennials feels shut up the way that they entertain themselves in all these different aspects of life the way that they spend their money basically is very different than prior generations. And so our thesis that time was to monetize that generational shift and spending and so we made our first investment in fast-growth a company called food stores. which isn't organic basically think hostess but Lower Sugar Enter Ganic with Sarah Michelle Gellar as one of the CO founders when helped that business takeoff A We then invested in a baby food company called once upon a farm we upbringing Jennifer Garner as a partner investor and Co founder into that company and that company is has had over twenty x revenue growth since two thousand seventeen and since then we've made over two dozen investments and everything from nutritional supplements Clement's Organic Feminine Care Petfood attritional Bars Beverages. All better for you consumer in our thesis it has to be the editor for like it can't have artificial ingredients products that cut corners on the product side. It really has to add value to the consumer you said hosted without the garbage hostess without the garbage. I'm curious how do you do something like that. It's so counterintuitive when you look at those packages sure well and so what right. What's the difference between a traditional kind of legacy product which over the last fifty years has been engineered to be mass produced Komo optimized which means using it a low quality ingredients what foodservice does is so the only use organic ingredients these identity Kennedy preserved flower fair trade cocoa on biodynamic sugar which so biodynamic is the step above organic whereas it really not? It just focuses on not using pesticides or genetically modified ingredients. it also focuses on the sustainability of the farming methods so really curing the highest quality ingredients that are earth provide and making lower sugar high nutritional content products that still tastes. Really good in that brand. How do we do something like that on a scale where we can start to reach more people kind of run into a problem when you're dealing with most high end or most health products where they're awesome some an incredible for you and you have one of two problems are they're incredibly expensive and most consumers can't afford them or they're incredibly good for you but they're not phenomenal for the environment? Jala we start got to move towards a world where we have a better win win. Synergistic type I. I imagine. That's what you guys are trying to build towards. Yes so it's been. It's been going here. So organic organic certification really Came out in two thousand four. USDA organic and at that time organic products was very niche. Very specialty. Very few retailers carried them and the reason was because it was just priced too high right. The cost of conventional product was here in organic. Ganic was here. It was only accessible to your either the health nuts right the fanatics or people very high income. That could afford these luxury not good today. That's very different right retailers. Like whole foods sprouts are on par with Kroger Albertsons Safeway as far as accessibility liberty.
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"It was great. And how many kids do you have? I have two a boy girl. Polina girl. What are their ages. Two and a half and one. Oh, bless your heart. You've got the toddlers. You got a case of the toddlers there with Esther, and so his Brooke, Brooke Windsor. What is your age range? My oldest two. They're going to turn six, three in a fifteen month old. You. That was a good idea to have them close together, alcohol? No, I don't know why. I don't know that. That's true. Well, thank you so much for calling in. I'm so glad that you had a great experience with your babies and and with your husband, sounds like a delight and no Tiffany. You him. There. Will you have a great day in Indiana? I bet you're joining the fall weather. I am all the windows are open it. You just need some grove pumpkin center. Grove, she grows apple cider. I do. Well, thanks for calling, and we truly appreciate you taking the time to reach out. Oh, I loved it. My my husband doesn't like me watching guys like ordering stuff. Oh my, oh my, oh my, what? What else does he get near to order? I don't check back next month. Thank you so much for calling in. Tell your husband. We love him. Yes, and to call us. No, I'm just kidding. I love you. Sadie..
"polina" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This monday afternoon i'm carol massar in our bloomberg eleven three oh studio along with bloomberg news reporter polina naskova and she's going to join us to talk about some of the stocks on the move in today's session s and p five hundred almost an even split although as doug mentioned those equity averages finishing off their best levels of the session fact just off their lows of the session as for the s and p five hundred two hundred twenty four names in the index higher today two hundred eighty lower and we had one unchanged you heard doug we've been covering this story throughout the day and that has to do with cvs filing a lawsuit against its controlling shareholder return about national amusement and we did see as cbs ishers actually higher today let me just take a quick look cvs shares ending the day up two point two percent pitchers of viacom the class b shares we did see that stock under some pressure and here's the viacom down almost five percent so certainly putting into question whether or not viacom will once again get back together with cbs but the latest salvo of course cbs filing a lawsuit against its controlling shareholder national assuming amusement which also happens to be the controlling shareholder of viacom as well polygraph semantic rose twelve percent this morning it's biggest intraday gaining almost six years after the company reported an investor call this afternoon at four thirty to provide more information on its internal investigation and this is a big one right the news came out yesterday last week right and they said we're gonna have to work on some stuff and free states and stuff but they didn't give many details right.
"polina" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of aliens and spaceships six of our ten bestsellers last year were books by women of color and that is just a number that you cannot ignore we really want to see the big names in romance putting out books by black women women of color women who are not the typical romance novel heroin that we've been seeing for years yeah we started this state of racial diversity in romance publishing reports come out twice so far it'll be annually which measures how many books by authors of color twenty major romance publishers are putting out every year and the numbers are pretty of this mall is there's a very famous pew study that says the most likely person in the united states to read a book cover to cover is a black woman who's gone to college the books flying off the shelves the ones that people are desperate to get their hands on the ones that they come in the day they're released are frequently something different and something that they're that they haven't seen before elissa coal being an excellent example her new book apprentice in theory is so fresh and it has a beautiful black couple on the cover and could not keep it in stock for weeks there was literally flying off our shelves that story was produced by polina velasco you heard be and leah koch recommending eliza coles writing so we decided to get her on the line from her home in martinique elissa thank you for joining us thank you for having me one of the things i'm fascinated about with your books is you often set things in deep historical moments when we think about an extraordinary union it's part of a romance trilogy set during the civil war describe kind of why you do that and what were you think that sets your books apart.