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Seattle joins regional cities and counties in allowing public sector employees to work remotely into 2021
"Governments announced today that employees or telecommuting now shouldn't expect to return until 2021. They include King Pierce in Snohomish counties, the cities cities of of of Seattle Seattle Seattle Tacoma, Tacoma, Tacoma, Everett Everett Everett Redmond, Redmond, Redmond, Kenmore Kenmore Kenmore Shoreline Shoreline Shoreline in in in the the the ports ports ports of of of Seattle Seattle Seattle and and and Everett. Everett. Everett. Homo Homo Homo
Microsoft decides to shutter its retail stores
"Announced it will permanently close almost all of its Microsoft store retail locations stores in London New York City Sydney and Redmond will be converted to Microsoft, experience centers. The company plans to focus on using Microsoft dot com, poor customer support for sales in for training. The company said retail store team members will continue to serve customers from Microsoft corporate facilities and remotely providing sales training and supports. Yeah, nobody seems. Seems to believe whatnot nobody I see a lot of people like so, what is really going to happen to the store employees? But it sounds like Microsoft is like we're just GONNA. Keep them on support. Everybody's working from home anyway so we might as well if we're going to be paying them, pay them to do customer support and sales that they're trained for in the store. Just do it for online store and. It does sound like this was in place to happen. Before Covert Nineteen Microsoft definitely closed their stores like everybody else do the virus but all of the sources seem to indicate that Microsoft was looking at doing this anyway. And if it was because of this, they might have done it at a different time. I don't know but It sounds like they're just realizing that they don't get enough sales out of these stores and the ones that they do get a benefit from. Don't really get a benefit in actually selling units get a benefit in exposing people to their products, and that's what they're going to do with these experienced centers. Imagine? If apple was like. Yeah, we're closing all of our retail stores, but we wanted to anyway before the criminal buyers. That would be a huge deal Microsoft doing this. You kind of go at. The most of the sales was probably online anyway or at least somewhat lacklustre. Foot traffic goes, and and maybe there is no real expansion plan and the fact that they are going to keep some flagship stores in a few major cities were Microsoft has a good president as experienced centers means in. It's not as if they don't think. Can benefit from a hands on experience where you know getting a little bit more information about what the company's got going on, but this. Yeah, this sounds like the the whole pandemic part of this may have hurried some plans that had been in place for some time.
Microsoft permanently closing nearly all of its global stores
"Microsoft says it's permanently closing nearly all of their physical stores around the world like other retailers the software and computing giant had temporarily closed stores in late March because the pandemic Microsoft has seventy two stores in the U. S. several others abroad where they showcase and sell laptops and other hardware well today the announcement reflects what the company calls a strategic change for its retail business as sales increasingly shift online among the stories that will remain open is the store on their campus in Redmond as well as I believe one in New York London and
"redmond" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Home. And do you want to be a chiropractor or we stand manager. I make the same out because you were twelve hundred a month or one hundred dollars a month and so have you grown the prophet. Since working with tim well. I mean we've had months where we We were able to bring in over one hundred thousand dollars And so Yeah I mean. There's a significant difference factor. That's actually a larger number if you think about one hundred thousand dollars versus twelve hundred that numbers larger little. Just so yeah. Now I can pay my bills So I mean yeah. We've as far as the number of patients that we've seen in the the sustained growth the numbers that were tracking. I mean we've more than doubled the practice from you know when I took over from the other chiropractor now tim and Brac has been very smart with a grass simply money. So he's taking profits and set aside and so he's expanding he's not freaked out with one requiring of him because he aggressively aggressively saved this prophets. Tim You for you have the floor all kind of hit the nail on the head and wrap up the show you you have about a half million listeners. That listen to this show and I'm sure a lot of them WanNa know what kind of your your vision for Redmond Growth. I mean you've helped so many clients so far you're continuing to grow on. What what do you see as the Vision for Redmond Growth? I think a lot of our listeners are curious to know you have grown a company from two people to three hundred fifty employees in the past. What is the vision? Look like for Redmond Growth. We're GONNA get our business to coaching three hundred clients. I call it Gideon's three hundred. Yup and I won't cover the illustration we use for the two hundred. Well just you and me and we are going to a spanned out into buying businesses as well. We'RE GOING TO BE EXPANDING OUT INTO SENDING UP A leadership restoration center which has been a vision of mine since college days. And we're GONNA do that from a place of strength rather than a place of weakness. That is awesome stuff. Awesome stuff tim. It's been a pleasure serving you these last eight years five years working together. It's been fun watching you guys grow. It's been an honor coaching. Your son I think you entrust entrusting me with. Your son was usually hugely thankful. That was probably the scariest thing in my life because it's somebody's son and I'm like you know I'm kind of in many ways kind of like Darth Vader Jim. Jim Gagging Darth vader in one person. And so when I'm working with someone on mic to you want me to teach Luke Skywalker the force because it could turn out to be fatal. It could like when you give someone the force I feel like you kind of go. Oh I mean when you give someone that much power that many tools and those systems that have taken me you know twenty three years to learn and you put it into a six month course. It's been an honor to serve. You Guys Robert is just awesome. I'm telling you I watched your character in the consistency of your character. And that's why I wanted my son. Just sit under your tutelage here that the driving force worth your rear end off you do all you do a lot of things right but I see the character and the consistency of your heart and I go. I want my boy to get that from play. Well Man I appreciate you into a so much in the folks. Redmond Growth Dr Are you. Are You Cairo practically prepared to Brigham? I am and I just want to say I appreciate both you guys. I really look at The coaching that you provide to me I'm so indebted to you and I I kind of like in Tim To my navigator and thrive team as the engine in the car. But you've put me in the driver's seat and I. I used to not be so I appreciate you guys. Say Jason Are you. Are you ready to bring the boomer? You met a physically ready to go. Oh yeah absolutely well while brex driving in the car. Now I'm just hanging out in the back party. Are you prepared to win the boom? Let's do it now. Remember gotta take one giant step back from the White House otherwise the Mike. Forgive.
"redmond" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"They're checklists or lack thereof. Don't work but they're loyal to it. What would you say to a business owner? That's been stuck in doom loop where they're growing by ten percent here. I one percent here. I would have an honest conversation with myself now play. I mean a speaker and listening to your own messages. That was very hard for me because I had to own What I would consider would be failures in different parts of this of the speech so a lot of people don't want to lean into what you leaned into to make yourself a phenomenal communicator. Which you are because of the fear of pain and I would say to anybody. Look at what is going on your business. Is Your Business serving you? Are you serving it? Yup and then what is working and what is not working and just have an honest conversation when yourself on the result you like the results you don't like and I used to stutter a lot. I couldn't talk very well at all until about the age of thirteen. And if you've ever stuttered it comes back at a time that you don't choose so for me. It usually comes back in the very early morning and at the end of the day when my brain gets Kinda Lazy. It'll come back and so starting our workshops at seven. I've gotta get up usually like two or three to work through the mental cobwebs on the conference. Because you don't want to be the stuttering speaker. Guy In the weird thing is when you stutter. People kind of look at you weird but not maybe as weird as you think they look at first and then you get weird and it gets weird as doom. Loop of failing brick as a chiropractor. Tim's had to help you become self aware of the things you do well and and maybe I'm incorrect about this and maybe I'm I am crooked. You tell me. I don't think tim had to help you. Gain a care for your clients or your your patients no. I don't think it had to teach you anything about Chiropractic care. No but what kind of things has he had to teach you. Oh man there's been so many different things One of the first things. We did was About profitability and where our price structure was So that was one of the first task we took on The website I had Done a buy out with a partner and so I had been kind of a an indentured servant In a Lotta ways and so there were a lot of Just bad systems bad habits that were in play that we kind of had to just work through We created one sheets. We've You know he's done a ton of things as far as content for the website asking for those Google reviews like I said You know we were getting some google reviews organically and it was about fifteen over the course of about fifteen years So you know that doesn't really work out so well so now we have three hundred twenty seven Where we just you know. We haven't even been diligent as we need to be on that but yeah I mean. The difference is enormous even in what little bit? We've actually been able to implement. I feel like I've got him on a like. He's a bulldog ready to go and I've got him on a leash because of all these different things that we have yet to really put into place. So yeah I mean we're I kind of look at it like the foundational work That goes into a skyscraper We've been doing a lot of dirt work we've been doing a lot of foundation stuff Getting the systems in place getting things set and ready to go and now we're we're seeing the fruit in that with the new location with the building with the team And so you know we're about to ramp up into like exponential growth and just for everybody out there who who missed it or maybe misheard it or maybe. I didn't do a good job underscoring it. How much have you grown since working with Tim? Redmond entity will in different ways differing amount. A percentage of profit me. Well I mean at a point. I was I literally was making twelve hundred dollars a month. That's hot deal. Yeah that's I mean. That's that was my take.
Jessie Redmon Fauset - Editor, Journalist, Poet, Author
"Day was April twenty-seventh eighteen eighty two Ryder Jesse. Redmond FO- set was born in Camden New Jersey. Fo- set was the literary editor of the Journal the crisis and an important figure in the Harlem Renaissance Jesse was the seventh child. Born to Redmond any faux set her mother died soon after she was born her father then moved to Philadelphia and married Bella Huff who had three of her own children together. Redmond and Bella had three more children Jesse graduated with honors from Philadelphia. High School for Girls Jesse got a scholarship to Cornell University where she majored in classical languages. She graduated from the University in Nineteen O Five. Because she was blacklisted he philadelphia would not hire her to teach in the public school system so she taught at Douglass High School in Baltimore for a year then she moved to Washington. Dc to teach French Latin at a high school for fourteen years before set began to write for the NWC PS magazine the crisis in nineteen twelve the ACP or the National Association for the Advancement of colored people is a civil rights organization that was formed in nineteen o nine and nineteen ten. The crisis was founded with W E B Two boys as the editor and Co founder published several short stories poems articles and book reviews in the crisis before she became literary editor of the Journal in Nineteen Nineteen. She moved to New York to take the position. And until nineteen twenty six. She took over a lot of do voices work at the crisis during her time there. She lectured in traveled around the
Saints of Spain; David Suchet Footsteps of St. Paul; Michelangelo In Florence
"Whether you're looking at Michelangelo's magnificent statue of David or you get caught up in a ruckus crowd at a street festival in Spain or even if you just listen to the wind whisper. What life was once like among the sun bleached ruins of the Mediterranean? Your travels can lift your spirit in many ways. Hi I'm Rick Steves in just a bit. We'll take a closer look at the world. Michelangelo lived in influence. Five hundred years ago and actor. David Suchet tells us how he retraced the route that Saint Paul traveled through the eastern Roman Empire. Nearly two thousand years ago. Let's start the hour with a look at how people in Spain honor the lives of important figures from their past. There are actually hundreds of national and regional saints in Spain. And you'll find that many of them get a festival that brings their communities out into the streets to celebrate to explain the role of Saint in the culture of Spain. We're joined now by tour guides or hate Roman from Madrid and Francisco Gloria from pump. Lona or Hey in Francisco. Happy Easter Thank. You thank you so. Spain is a Catholic country in in the church is a huge part of the political and spiritual past. To what extent is the Catholic Church? Still a big part of Spanish society. Today it is. I mean now. The government that we have now is very conservative and they relates a political issues with the church. Not Everybody is happy about that but still part of it and also the most of the celebrations in Spain national holidays. They advocated saints. Lady's name names. I think a lot how. How does the naming of children work compared to the Catholic faith? I mean you're or hey your Cisco do they have any with your parents. Passion for Saints a Whole Mike. As many Ms Francis Xavier because your middle name is executive because for some frantic savior was born in my town so and he was the first Jesuit Right. He was one of the founders of Jesuits Yep okay main signatures which is a very common name. Ignatius and Francisco Xavier. That's a common name where you come from pump loan and actually my name is the ACLU into English degeorge and is the only saint in the Catholic Church actually wasn't a saint also warrior that killed the Dragon Saint George killing the Dragon. Yeah it wasn't saying actually but so there are a lot of festivals when you travel in and almost all of them seem to be related to the church. Talk about a couple of the the great festivals in the Saints Days. That are important in your life in your travels Francisco I am from component the running of the Bulls on what we celebrate. The death of Seinfeld mean so. It's like huge huge celebration. That week starts July six hundred ends July fourteenth saint for me and I. You wouldn't even know who saint for me unless you went to. The running of the Bulls and pump. Lana developed comes from employees. They don't even know who he is attacked because everybody wears the red Kerchief around their neck and when people go to the running of the Bulls they wear this red neckerchiefs symbolism planet. We are under two hundred thousand people. I didn't know we. We welcome one million people and everybody's wearing white unread and nobody knows why like. Excuse me you do get excuse me. I'M A tour guide. I want to explain to you why. You're wearing this red handkerchief. That was the first person that was baptized employees and they cut his head for the recent. So what we represent the white outfit Represents Holiness and the Redmond nights the blood coming out of his neck so he was an early Christian. Pump Loner who was beheaded. Yes he was. We hit it. We say that he was beheaded any Pamplona although history tells us that he was beheaded in France. But Hey ho hey. From Madrid what festivals would impact a traveler when that we should know about quite Madrid? Not Maniacs you say but there is one very close which is Toledo the Corpus Christi is the big the there in Corpus Christi in Toledo is and that's the the corporate the body the body of Christ that's correct. Yeah and that's the Big Day in Toledo and they do bring some things to parade around. And he's part of a could be the equivalent of the beaches. Pelton SPAIN LIKELY. You have here states them. They're very conservative in there. That's interesting because in the United States We've got a region called the Bible Belt in Spain. Is there a region that would be the Bible belt get could be the political? Be One of them if you go around. Let's say like half Mouche from Madrid to the West from Madrid to the West Toledo Arbella. Salunke that part of your Browning what do you? What is your image of being? We'll have to think that we had the Muslim heritage Muslim heritage started to come down of it from the north down. Thanks Community Santos on James. Drake has just for the historic context. The Muslims came in and took over Spain and Portugal in from the eighth century until fourteen. Ninety two a good part of Spain was ruled by Muslim overlords. And then for centuries there was the RECON keystone reconquering has finally fourteen ninety two. The last Muslim was pushed out of Granada and back into Africa. What I make the difference that the Community Santiago okay. The origin was by the coast and it was the beginning of the Spanish reconquista. So this is the Camino Santiago. This is the big pilgrimage trail that cuts across from France all the way across north Spain the major city in the north west of Spain Santiago de Compostela. They'll go and How what's the historical roots for this pilgrimage? Because thousands and thousands of people make this high out there still do it people at the beginning they did it by the coast so those kingdoms those ancient kingdoms there the realize that whatever was going there were no Muslims so th would they decided to push it south and south and south and south until the Camino we know today so I am from the north in the north we barely have any Muslim heritage. We were more Christine. Must time before. But if you go down to under Lucia there you find. Churches generally built upon a mosque. Correct and mosque was built upon a church than they destroyed. If you go to civilian you see them at Nickerson Tarver. A Cathedral Tower actually was the minaret of the old mosque. So there's this layering of history. And what's very poignant to me? Is We hear about people. Being beheaded today in this struggle of fanatic Islam and Christians and so on but if you go to a church in southern Spain it's very common to see a man on a horse with a big sword cutting off the heads of Muslims and at the feet of the Horse. There's six or eight heads of beheaded Muslims as correct. Lose this man that is son James. The son teams we're representing three ways bishop as more slayer the more slayer so his. His nickname was saint. James the slater the more killer. Well enter the Moore's for the Muslims. Yeah most of our lives and today's politically incorrect. So we're beginning to cover those heads on the floor seriously. Some of those old statues and paintings are getting with put flowers well enough so you hide them so you hide you see a guy on a white horse with a sore but every time a Christian is just so disgusted by a Muslim fanatic. That cut off one of his people's heads we've got to remember. This is nothing new in history Spanish. I consider myself Catholic. We've been the worst ever I mean. We've inquisition the request. We have expelled. The Jews I mean with excuse of religion with Don's much bad. The inquisition is Sort of gift of Spain to the rest of Europe. What gave yeah. I poisoned gift. Would you describe the The inquisition you see the palace don't you out l. escorial that's right correct. What is the inquisition? Mean to to church history It's a sad episode. I mean this might personal opinion. Very site I mean also gave us practical thing. But it's a very very sad history. Every time I talk to them to my travelers about inquisition unites ties with Catholic moral and they kept going on.
"redmond" Discussed on RunPod
"Run. I guess it's going to be part of the world champions within the four by four World Champs in ninety one I have a couple of individuals is the first time about the British record in the League Games. Twenty seven thousand nine hundred eighty five eleven forty five PM. Not The I remember running when you have to run like eleven forty five at night no different. Everything's just that day. You calibrate the whole day to that time and that is because it was live in America and Steve Cram was running against an American. They wanted to live in the state. So the whole meeting started about nine evening and went on. And that's the best midnight but Yeah it's no different. You just start your day later. So it's just a regular day. What's your pro destroy run? Oh proudest run. I could say the same rice for all of these really. I suppose proud is has to be Barcelona the fact that I finished. You know what I set out to do. It's my slowest runs. If you next question what is the last minutes run? Four under so. I'd say proudest possibly Barcelona which trainers when you're running While I was contacted Nike for many years And then I went to Addis addidas now. Even I'm not officially contract manager's listening to me thank you But now I think the reason I do that now is the time I I was with Nike. Then I went to this. I now will only by Addidas because I want to invest in a company that invested in. May So if I can out and buy it. They can still do the same as they did for me. Too Young and upcoming other athletes. Yeah absolutely and can I ask as well when you go or when you get a runner's high do you feel your best when you fairly. I mean as a as a professional athlete. You basically trying to peek at the major championships so being in that environment being an Olympic Village C. And all these other Olympians knowing that you're in great shape walking out onto the track performing for me care about to learn the first round even the second round you you run the rice exactly the way you expect to win it you walk off dust you walk off the track not even blowing so everyone's going. Oh my God. He is in shape. There's no better feeling than than that. The only feeling better than that is when you get off the rostrum. You know when you've had that metal around you in that plane the mastermind for watching your flacco them. That's great but for me spending environment I loved it. I love being in that environment of at a major championships and bay. One of the best athletes or sportsman in the world at the end of the day. You know because that's what you are. I bet being on that podium is just amazing great. Yeah I mean that's I didn't get as many as I'd like to but frankly never been on a few and standing on there. I think the first emotion is that of relief. Because it's worked. You've done it if you look at someone on Russia's Olympic year this year when they get on that rostrum and they put the metal around the net. The first thing most people do is look at it bites and take a massive breath. Because we've done it and that's four years of work to get to that point so it's a massive massive step and then the emotions coming because people's mind starts flashing back on all the people that's been involved all the sacrifices of commitment that they've made the highs and lows and it all comes rushing and that's why people get in okay emotional but it's relief that emotions that this and it doesn't get an abandoned last question. Why is it that you love running so much question one is because I was good at it? I'm we all like doing things that we're were good at to. You just free you. Just get out and whatever pace you go out. You can set your own targets. You're in your own. World is a great time and a place to think admittedly. I don't love the long long distances so I wouldn't run America. Not Happy to a five K. But it's a great failure especially when he's carrying well it's a lovely failing failing the freedom And you're in your own little world which is in this day and age. We very rarely get the opportunity to be and Derek. Thank you so much. You know. You're no officially of Emperor of the rump Laudrup. Ooh thank you very much and it was painless as well. I don't ever expect membership fee. Take and Derek. Thank you so much. It's been so interesting and listen as I say. If you get a chance you forgotten or you maybe you. You haven't seen the video go and check Derek online on Youtube. It's everywhere and watch that moment it's so inspiring and it still love lamb. Police say hi to dot. Jim Thank you very much to..
"redmond" Discussed on RunPod
"That that could give you. Of course I mean you know. Technology spikes in our case of change. The surface of the tracks have changed as well Might sound weird but this fast tracks and slow tracks out there and same as fast swimming pools and slow impulse show that level all of that stuff does make a difference and he only needs to be in a minute difference at that level that can be the difference between winning a medal and Anomaly Natale. Wow it's amazing. Isn't that how things change and presumably? Everyone's just going to get faster and faster as they as they work. I mean there must be a limit to Ho fast. Someone can run four hundred meter. I'm guessing there is but you know there was a time. When they said the man will never run a mile in under four minutes. apparently not so long ago someone said the man would never run a marathon in under two hours and all these things do get changed but a lot of technology and goodness knows what. That's the helps these things so yes we will get quicker and faster. I don't think it will keep on happening at the speed has done in the last fifty sixty years. But we'll we'll chip away at these these times and then we'll get incrementally quicker and curriculum quicker or favor in high jump long jump whatever the case may be so yeah. I think there's there's room for improvement in majority running against Alan at night Derek anew amongst many things that you do you are a motivational speaker. Just brilliant because people are listening whilst running sometimes. You just need a bit of motivational chat. Maybe to encourage them to go for a run or to encourage them not to stop. What would what would you say to anyone? I was a couple of things so and I had. This happened to me last night. So a lot of boxing now and I really didn't fancy going training last night. My Wife's off. She's take seven or eight days off so there was almost an excuse to say well. If your home stay home with you it'd been very easy to say that she had to pop out for a physio appointment so while she was out I got changed for trying and I went and it's actually arguably the best session of had this year trying so the first thing I would say even if you don't feel like training take into step step one just get out wherever it means sticking your you like are you try and get outside the front door and just close the door behind you. That's the biggest step and then don't expect anything. Just go on gun run and if you have a bad session. A bad session is still better than no session. And that's one of the that I'm saying are a living breathing. Example of that last night it turned out to be a great session so I think that's the first thing the second thing is don't expect to every time you go out to be quicker than you a long time. It's not going to happen. It doesn't happen Olympic level. We don't go out and run personal best every time we race or even every time we try and it goes up and down up and down. It's about it's about that average and when you are feeling good now you put those good runs in because no one can expect things now different from golf. You don't go every time. Play best round ever and you can still have a great run on the back of a of a bad run so I think a lot of people expect too much. Every time I go out and run. They possibly concentrate on other people's Times rather than themselves for me. I think that's the thing is focused on yourself rather than on other people and just make those slight increments yourself rather than China. Blow it out the water because you will get disappointed if you think you're GONNA go out and and smash every time. Yeah no actually when you do a race. Presumably the reason so many people get. Pbs erases 'cause there's a little bit of adrenaline that suddenly POPs up gives you that extra push absolutely. I mean there's two things there's competition Anna drilling and to me. The adrenaline is produced because of the competition. Most people get nervous. Why because I don't want to make a fool of himself that don't WANNA run bad. I'm in front of other people. It's not actually the run that makes them nervous because you run further now at all that this is further however many hundreds of times a year but that same distance. Let's say it was a ten K race all of a sudden you've got another one hundred fifty people standing around you. You get nervous why it's still the same the same distance today. Focus on them. Run literally run your own race and you will get pushed along with them. I did the ride London a couple years ago and I'm only plotter on on the outbox has one hundred mile bike. Yeah kill me and my wife was just pulling wife Megan Hill. I just couldn't keep up with the best thing was. I got to watch a backside that she was ride. No quick aside that spurred me on but when we were riding in groups of people it's amazing how you your pace picks up because you just kinda go with the flow and you're sort of pulled along or pushed along by people which is which is really good. Use it you advantage but I find a lot of people when they talked to me about running where we're sprinting. Are Long Distance always wanted quick? How what was your you Gordie? Tips me to run faster. I want to go on down. Always look to go and run quicker because sometimes when you do run quickly when you least expect it just go out to have a good run and finish that run amend look to watch and see what time is it might surprise yourself. You know on how you've actually run. That's so true isn't it? Yeah making sure you're rested and you've got the right foods and all these things contribute as well massively. It's one of the problems I have with my wife. My wife will not rest and I have to say look. You've got arrested a joke where weightlifters bodybuilders say. I'm going to the growth chamber. And he's actually the guaranteed bed because they grow arresting. I'm actually break down the muscle when were training and that same principle. I use it Maria Saito. Look you're not GonNa get quicker and veteran veteran veteran better by training and mentoring you gotta give body a chance to recover before you can go back. And put in such a high-quality session and it's just a fallacy again. It's that old more is better and keep on going time type thing. I love the growth chamber and the thing is so there's I think there's something like more than twelve million people in this country. No run on a regular basis. Whether it's you know short runs competitively and why do you think we are all running so much so much more than we used to bring us a couple of reasons one? It's very easy to do. Basically you need a pair trainers There's no other equipment that you need. You can find some wet around outside your doorstep. You know you can even if you've run up and down your road. When I was competing I lived in a little village. It was only a third of a mile once round so I'd have to run around around around around twelve fifty laps village. You know to get a half. Decent running people living their parks. It's very simple to do site minimal equipment. We are definitely a lot more health conscious now. And I think it's the gateway to fitness personally. I think athletics are sorry. Running is the gateway to fitness. Because a lot of people will stop running or start joking then they get into running because there is a bit of a difference between you know between the two and I've they get it and they love it and they're hoax or it might take them off into different sports wherever it be cycling whether it be swimming what whatever. The sport may be So I think that's why there's a lot of people that enjoy the running because they are trying to get healthy Eh. We're living longer. There's a lot more information out there. There's better diet so people want to compliment that with some form of exercise and as I run in his is a simple as it gets. We can all get out there and go for a plot a jog or run. Whatever you WANNA call it. Yeah okay so now has to do some quick firecracker scam busy in here as well and your favorite ever.
"redmond" Discussed on RunPod
"Hello there. Welcome to run part Jennifer O'Connor and every episode. I'm joined by someone and together. We discuss the feel-good of running and the many benefits it has. Perhaps they have an incredible running experience. Or maybe they run a particular event or they might have some extraordinary unique stories. They can share. Well all three of those apply to our guest today. I mean he is amazing. He's an athlete. Who held the British record for the four hundred meter sprint and who won gold medals at the world and European Championships? He's a friend of mine as well. Sterry Redmond very how lovely to see. We've come as well with the studio. We've decided to go to a little coffee shop absolutely capuccino much so apologies if there's any slur prank. I'm trying add the funny thing is Derek and I have known each other for a while but not through through Goldsboro and so this is actually really our first conversation running. It is yeah every conversation we have always to do with golf. How's it going? How's the lessons? Go in how you playing and in fact I've got to get it out there every night. He got to be the only thing I want to talk about for the next half an hour or so is that you witnessed my holy one only one I did. I was playing a game of golf with Derek last year. We were at Celtic Manor Titan Wales and yet we were all waiting. Aegis for Derek. Take a show. He was really going deep taking deep breaths and then just relaxing. We're waiting and waiting. It was worth the way. Because he basically swiped the bowl on it went story in the whole straight in landed and ruled straighted absolutely couldn't believe about the next hole but but now that was a great how you're right. I was finishing. I didn't know what club to take basically but anyway it went in. It's my only Holy wants Until I get the next one I'll be talking about that on every opportunity on our on a mission to accelerate every sport. You've got your whole in one. You've got your running gold. Do you know you go just taking these sports off. Because you've done every sport there is I think a few. I'm slightly competitive. I think is the tape. The fries yeah slightly competitive so yeah I've I've done the athletic supply basketball for England plug professionally and just missed out on a seven. Call up his well. I raced motorbikes. National Champion at that kickboxing was national champion and then last year at the tender age of fifty three. I turn semi pro boxer. So we'll see one is killing me is the Gulf. That's the one that's really really killing me. Technically I could say I have played for England as you could say you've for Scotland. 'cause we were playing in England Ireland Scotland Wales Competition so technically I've even representing my country ago. Which if you see me play you know. That isn't sure I honestly can't believe how many sports you've done is running the first one that you did and competitively an at that level at that level yes obviously but at school it was a toss up between that and basketball. They were my real to loves. Rugby would have been a close third but it was. It was those two and then. The athletics kind of overtook because of the success that I was having and as a youngster. You tend to stick with what you're more and most accessible mate was athletics even over basketball. So that's why I ended up getting down athletics route. What was the star of the running? What did you do initially very simple? I was seven years of age. I was running a what if it was my primary. Infant School School Sports Day. I want all my rices Chris EGGART SPOON. The sprint put clothes on all. That's all this stuff and had a guy from our local athletics club which is a guy. leaving Milton. Keynes so as Milton. Keynes Athletics Club and he came along speech about athletics and handed out little snippets and prizes told us when and where they may. And My Momma. That came to watch me run that will compete and I just said. Can I join the club and I said? Yeah went along and that is how I started in athletics. Did everything germ high jump shot. Put MIDDLE-DISTANCE LONG. Distance soon became very apparent. I was pretty poor all of the other things. Apart from sprinting and literally from about the age of eight now Iran hundred two hundred and then when I was fourteen we moved to Northampton. We're not too far away to stop the Metro. I and changed clubs and I was running full Northampton Phoenix as they were back. Then and around one hundred and two hundred and finished third. I had nobody to run the four hundred zero. I in fact the famous court. My Dad said why don't you haven't got the four hundred. What have you got to lose besides rice and we laughed and joked and I ran the four hundred break. The county record and never back decided as a fundamental runner. And that's how it happened because four hundred is a hard distance to run. I never know Jesus Fillon Sprint. The whole way last that long Yukon sprinting. That long four hundred ninety one of the hardest racist around one of the hardest races to train for and I know there's marathons and goodness knows well but the full hundred so awkward nicknamed the man killer you can't spend four hundred flatter so it's a controlled room and if you get it right it sublime if you get it wrong it's painful ugly and at what point does the lactic acid start building up so much that you can't feel your legs it depends on how you run your eyes if you've run at well you'll get sick in the last fifty sixty 'cause you guarantee naturally get it if you've got it wrong. You've you've misjudged the way that you run. He can get it from about one hundred and two hundred thirty may is out and that's a long one hundred and twenty thirty meters coming into that home strike and that feels like an absolute eternity. It depends how well you run it. But YOU'RE GONNA get lat it can. It's a it's a horrible feeling. You get in training every day in fact you have to get in training because we have to learn to run with. Lactic cope with LAX. It's it is the enemy of a former Mitterrand up but it is it is it is what it is and we deal with it and can. I ask what your is for the four hundred forty four point five. Oh my word right so just to put that into reality. I was doing the last section of the Royal Parks Half Marathon tour last year. And there's a sign that says four hundred meters to go now. I knew that a really good four hundred hundred we'll do sub fifty seconds there. Yeah no me. Only fifty seconds to go running. Oh my God. I think that to me about five minutes to do that. Last four hundred hours. You'd run before that is still I mean it's a hard four hundred eight's it's a general. Maybe a bit biased. But I think it's the most beautiful when you get it right. It's a bit like to me like Don CNN. You know being a ballerina and flowing down the back straight and everything goes really well a lot more to it than the gun. Garin and someone just lagging and yet when it goes right it really does feel good. It flows good. And you know when you've run quick. The biggest problem I have with my personal is Iran in a semi final at the world championships. Funny enough in Italy. When you're allowed to go to Italy and I was slowing down a slide down the last twenty thirty meters. Because I've done enough to win the semi final qualifier. Had I known of all the injuries I was going to have in later years I would have carried on just to see how fast I could run. So although it's my P. B. I know I could have run faster at some point in my career. It is what it is. It was quite a difficult time when you were. I mean you're late eighties when you were kind of absolute eighteen ninety S. Yeah is it. Do you look back at the competition? You have that and just think it was a tough team to doing actual category no Yes and no so no with the clean competition. Dare I say There's never really been an easy era in Florida Matron And I didn't mind that because to be honest with you. It wasn't my injuries. I was one of the best in the.
Seattle - King County has more than 2,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19
"There's a rising number of covert nineteen cases across our state with the goal of helping you to plan not panic as of now there are more than forty three hundred positive cases more than two thousand of those in king county alone to break down city by city showing Seattle has the most with six hundred eighty four Kirkland has nearly two hundred you might recall Kirkland's life care center was at the epicenter of the state's outbreak state health department reporting one hundred eighty nine deaths in Washington forty five of them in Kirkland twenty seven in Seattle and twenty in Redmond
Gates to Leave Boards of Microsoft, Berkshire Hathaway
"World but now Bill Gates is stepping down from the board of Microsoft as well as the board of Berkshire Hathaway Microsoft which has its headquarters in Redmond called working with him quote a tremendous honor and privilege gates announces departure on link dent saying he wants to call dedicate more time to philanthropic priorities including global health and development education and is increasing engagement in tackling climate change he says the leadership of both companies has never been stronger so the timing
Man Stabs, Kills Daughter-In-Law Before Being Shot & Killed By Police In Southwest Miami-Dade
"A barricaded man and woman are both dead Miami Dade police confirm an officer was forced to shoot the suspect in the home of the Redmond area the forty eight year old man reportedly stabbed his daughter in law to death and was later shot by cops an investigation is under way after the standoff in nineteen thousand eight hundred block of southwest one hundred eighty eighth
Woman, 28, sexually assaulted on Chicago’s North Side, police say
"There's been no arrests yet after a woman reported being raped during a ride Cher that began outside Chicago's Redmond's ale house in the lake view neighborhood WGN Sean Lewis reporting from the north side the twenty eight year old woman got into that over about seven forty Sunday evening picked up outside Redmond's ale house here in the thirty three hundred block of north Sheffield police say that that uber was hailed by an employee of the bar and made sure that the woman got into the correct vehicle the address entered in to drop her off was for thirty three hundred block of north Karloff that address is on the woman's ID but not her current address someone on the block though recognize their old neighbor and called police to report the sexual assault a woman was taken to an area hospital for an exam WGN spoke with Sam simple she lives near that bar it's sad to hear that I have been right here because you know I lived on the street so it's like it's sad to think that I go to this bar all the time so that's makes me worried you know about just going out in general a lot about things have been
Chicago: Woman Sexually Assaulted By Ride-Share Driver In Kilbourn Park
"Half hour a woman says she was sexually assaulted by a ride share driver on the city's north side the woman was picked up in the thirty three hundred block of north Sheffield from Redmond's ale house the the woman now in the hospital we know that the man who was the uber driver will pick up the twenty eight year old woman from the lake view bar sometime before seven forty last night officers say she was sexually assaulted during the ride then dropped off four miles away in the thirty three hundred block of north Karloff residential block in Kilbourn park the woman is in good condition at the hospital she's working with police to track down the uber
Microsoft, Apple Stocks Among Hardest Hit As Coronavirus Sell-off Continues
"The market's tanked again yesterday. As did apple shares. The Dow was down nearly one thousand one hundred ninety one points. The Nasdaq was down. Four hundred fourteen and change apple was off nineteen dollars and thirteen cents to end the day at two. Seventy three fifty. Two news from Microsoft contributed to the decline apple insider says the Redmond crew warned missed revenue ahead tied the corona virus. So just so much stuff. You don't think about quoting a statement from Mr softy. Although we see strong windows demand in line with our expectations the supply chain is returning to normal operations at a slower pace than anticipated. The time of our Q two earnings call as result for the third quarter of fiscal year. Twenty twenty which they're apparently in we do not expect to meet our more personal computing segment guidance as windows. Oem and surface are more negatively impacted than previously anticipated right manufacturing shutdown in China. It slow starting back up all those computers that weren't being made Microsoft was supposed to get paid for every one of those. There was a bit of weird terminology in there. The company said it wasn't going to meet. It's more personal computing guidance. According to apple insider Microsoft's more personal computing segment include windows licensing accessories service hardware and all of Microsoft's Gaming Initiatives Company previously expected ten point seven five billion dollars to eleven point fifteen billion for this segment in the quarter not unlike apple. The company hasn't offered new guidance. And just said it's GonNa miss the Old Guidance. Microsoft ended the day down eleven dollars and ninety nine cents closing at one fifty eight
The Ferrari 275 GTB Story
"I mistaken was there. was there to seventy five. Gt Be story that you guys could share. It's a great story and let me tell the story before that though the second car that I ever saw was a two seventy seventy five gt be. I saw that car in about three years later I was able to buy one slide. Kept it for a few years and it was nineteen eighteen sixty five. I guess it had the drive. Shaft has always get any out of balance and I couldn't afford to keep it going on the car and also keep it driveshaft driveshaft and balance and everything else so I ended up selling it really what I wanted was yellow and so I sold it at about Nineteen seventy-one I'd say seventy or seventy one one. So that's the story on me selling Redmond to get a yellow one but I never could quite the Ford of the things I wanted to keep my life going until one day I call Bruce. So so this is I mean this is like a divine story okay. The big boy upstairs define line. I got a call from Beverly Hills policeman and I think I know every garage in Beverly Hills and he said Bruce there's a lady. Her husband been died eleven years ago. She has a Ferrari and the garage and she wants to sell it. I said you know I'm not a dealer. I'm not sure I'm the right guy and I'm thinking it's a car that I probably know nothing about. So he just said please just go and talk to her and make nice okay. I get to the house. This lady was so sweet. Her husband was an Austrian Olympian skier. She had can funky motor home. She moved out of the way the garage. She opens up the garage and the garage is full of litter and boxes. And there's this car covered and she rolls back the cover. You could knock me over with a feather here is a alloy. Everybody'd to seventy five. Gt torque tube six carburetor outside gas cap ally
"redmond" Discussed on KOMO
"Redmond tomorrow night they will reopen Friday morning the workers are protesting what they call insufficient patient care and under staffing late night sailings for one ferry route were delayed because of an impaired motorist como's mark Christopher was on board the vessel at the time it was during the last to schedule Saturday sailings for the is a cough ferry which serves the following Vashon island and self worth route to Washington state patrol in a kiss of fire medic were responding to a call by ferry crew just before the scheduled one forty five AM departure itself work is on the driver passed out in his SUV pickup truck on the vessel the vehicle was impounded as a state patrol investigated the driver was checked out by the medics and confirmed to be impaired not clear if impairment was due to alcohol marijuana for medications the ferry did not depart self worth until an hour later they were twenty five motorists in line at the fall away talking with Seattle for the two twenty sailing David board and head home to Vashon island until three ten AM mark Christopher come on who's going who's time is twelve thirty four times to take a check of comma traffic see how the commute is going with Dylan hold well earlier there was a crash on I. five south on your state route sixteen that was blocking the right lane of the exit to state route sixty but that has since been cleared you are still going on at some time dear committee for going to be in that area those things are slowly returning to normal they're currently trees that are down on state route eighteen he's found just west of tiger mountain that are blocking the right lane your last time your committee for going to be in that area track stars currently advised sitting over Stevens pass no restrictions heading over Snoqualmie pass our next to my traffic at twelve forty four I'm don't hold their in sign checks are como eco roof forecast deliveries here in western Washington today temperatures are going to be in the upper forties to lower fifties.
Microsoft: 'carbon-negative' by 2030 even for supply chain
"Not just carbon neutral Microsoft is looking to be carbon negative by the end of the new decade the software giant this morning provided details about a new one billion dollar climate innovation fund that will help it clean up its carbon footprint and sold base in Redmond Washington and throughout its supply chain if all goes well Microsoft says its carbon footprint will be less than neutral by twenty thirty here the words still actually removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere rather than adding to it that's your money now and on the topic of Microsoft investors must of liked that announcement today Microsoft stock up by two percent reference stock Starbucks and team mobile all up by more than one percent cosco Boeing Expedia and Amazon having a positive day too as for the broader markets yeah a big game today the Dow up by two hundred and sixty seven points to close at twenty nine thousand to ninety seven the nasdaq up by a ninety eight points nine thousand three fifty seven and the SP five hundred up to one twenty seven points to three thousand three
Pokemon Sword and Shield: First Impressions
"Topic for this week is definitely pokemon sort and shields shield. This is the eighth generation of POK. Mon Thank you thank you Casey. You reviewed the game. And you gave it a whopping ping nine point three for amazing so I kind of want to start by Kind of outlining. Casey has done the review. Jan has been working on the guide. Jonathan Loves Pok Mon just very excited in his followed the game up to release and is really looking forward to playing. And I am here because somebody needed to host the show Act so without further ADO. Let's dive right in first of all what. What do you want to say just sort of from the outset about the game? Like what do people the uninitiated needed need to know about pokemon sword and shield. Okay Okay give a very brief overview. I have more reviews more than four thousand words long. The video view review is about thirteen hundred words. Long said a lot about this game and there is still room for me to say more about this game but I figured I should stop writing at some point but overall there there are a few very small minor problems with the game that don't affect your overall or at least mine. In Janet's overall enjoyment of it overall degree really enjoyed a play. I think the change in Redmond counters is the biggest factor into by. I love this game so much that change. Just I'm getting really thrown off by the echo in the back of that maybe take off my hut counters. No my thought my thought on this. I think that's why he gave. It's such a high score is because of that one change but also because the amount of POK MON is really substantially frontloaded in the first couple of hours of the game. You breach the wild area in the first two hours and then every day. The pokemon in these micro areas which are immediately opened up for you change and if you went into a pokemon on into the grass you can catch it. There are going to be some POK MON in between the grass or above the grass. That might be too strong for you until you get enough. Jim Battle Enough Jim Badges but otherwise you can catch them so by the time I got the first time I had like twenty five Pokemon to choose from which usually doesn't happen and I was excited about all of my choices and I had a hard hard time choosing just six to take with me. Sure there's so much you really does I think. What are you guys want to know? There's so much right. I went through kind of picked out some of the The the points that I thought really struck me from your review and also just some of the questions that I had about the game And ultimately you know I've been talking about how I'm probably going to pass on this this game because not because of any controversy or anything but just because like I'm not super interested interested in another forty to fifty our game before the end of the year. Yeah I think that like this might be a game that I go back to in a lull but in the grand scheme of things like I kind of want to focus on other stuff and I've always been a very casual pokemon fan so I urge you to convince me that this is a game that I put and I will start by talking about the first thing that struck me that is like supremely interesting one of my big turn offs of like not just pokemon but a lot of Nintendo Games in general is the fact that there's less hand holding in the way that they're handling tutorials in the game. So can you start off by talking a little bit about that that aspect of it that this is a honestly kind of incredible and it's kind of dynamic in the way it handles tutorials so sometimes when you get to a point in the game for example you get to the professor and she asked Oh you you know all about pokemon right and they let you answer yes or no basically and if you say yes she's like okay cool and then that's it which is a super rare because a lot of times is in games. That answer doesn't matter in games that are in choice driven often times when the players given a choice. It's doesn't change very much what the MPC responds with they. Still we'll give you the same information but all that's kind of wiped away in this Pokemon game which is great because if you WanNa know that information you can click into it and just answer honestly but if you don't then then you don't and like one of my favorite things that even remarked on Back when I previewed the game before case he did the review is that you can catch POK mon before being taught how to catch a pokemon which has never never happened in a pokemon game before. So there's no longer the whole. Oh let's show you how to catch pokemon they cut to someone doing it explaining all the steps and for people that have played not even ought necessarily all the puck among games but pretty much any of them. It's always like okay here we go. It's the same thing like everyone already knows it. So having that from the get Geico really made me feel like Oh this is going to be a a little bit of a new take on the formula. That's been established doesn't react dynamically like if you go out and and catch a pokemon. Oh come on. Before the POK MON tutorial session. They just like sort of omit that portion. Do they react to the way like. Oh you've already caught pokemon like we don't need to spend the time doing this. It does amazing the characters will still be in there and the route waiting for you but then comment and then just let you go on your way without showing the catching pokemon catching catching cut scene. That they usually show still. Although like I guess story set up he's still gives you twenty three polka balls. But it's just like you're so rich in this game. I love of how rich you are like you start off with plenty of money plenty of Polka balls and it feels like they kind of just let you immediately get into the adventure in a way. That doesn't always happen in RPG's or even among games just like in general so. I really appreciate that aspect of it. I mean you get like I mentioned to the wild area within the first two hours and then when you get there they don't it doesn't limit you. It's like wild area and it doesn't like the only thing that made me continue onto the next town. Is that my needed to start healing. My Pok I'm on and they didn't realize that the time that camping heals and revives you're pokemon. I can do it from literally anywhere so that was cool. I could have stayed in there forever. But you don't don't. Maybe I shouldn't deadline so I had to keep going. You came over to talk to me a little bit about some of the stuff that you're learning in the course of your playing and the description description of like yeah they. Don't they really stream on the tutorial if you elect not to opt into that like that's something that I've been looking for in games like Zelda and a Other nintendo franchises forever. Like I would love so much if the next Zelda game you ran into somebody and they're like Oh have you gone on an adventure like this before and if you just you said yes and then you can just skip all the tutorial stuff and not have to deal with all the pop ups. That'd be amazing. So I like that that this game is doing something in terms of tutorial royal and like. I Know I've talked about dragon quest eleven forever but lun dragged muscle level to eleven. Does this amazing thing. Where every time you boot back into the game it gives you a plot synopsis of what's happened over? The course I like the your time with the game so like those two in tandem is the ideal situation for me because like I ended up taking so many breaks from games and coming back to them. You know weeks later because of the nature of our job at that it would be incredible. That's one thing I completely forgot to mention in the review when you bring up your menu in the top left corner corner. It tells you what you need to do next. uh-huh that's always there in your top left and also in the bottom of the screen in the menu. It's always telling you things that are interesting like there's a blizzard somewhere in the wild area or you can go pick up your pokemon from their our
Jeff Bezos is reportedly keen on buying an NFL team
"Or be deported after living in the U. S. and she was an infant there's a lot to lose at this moment not only for us but for a family Stacy is one of more than seven hundred thousand children protected under president Obama's delayed action for childhood arrivals order or Dhaka the Supreme Court will hear arguments on on whether whether it's it's legal legal Andy Andy field field ABC ABC news news Washington Washington triple triple a a traffic traffic and Jay Phillips in the call more traffic center near Redmond two left lanes of both directions of five twenty are close between one forty eighth Avenue northeast and one fortieth Avenue northeast till five AM for road work in snow much county one lane in each direction by five schools between zero five thirty zero five thirty four and tolling for the ninety nine tunnel has
"redmond" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish
"And i've been really busy yes because not only are we recording are once a week podcast that come out thursday how we're giving you more than just one episode a week so we love doing them and let us know if you guys have any ideas for things that we can do we've gone back and looked at what's happened in previous seasons in new jersey so if you guys have any ideas let us know we're happy to do it tweet us slide into our DM's i met megara i'm at eric j mac and always hashed act bravo daily dish so today we're gonna talk about real housewives of orange county real housewives of dallas and below deck is back season premiere and we have interviews with brandy redmond from real housewives of dallas and mariah huq from mary to medicine they start with orange county let's start with orange county okay very gina episode yes she gets stood up for a broken toe oh a broken toe let's see injury lets you write when's the injury oh is something needing soccer big toe is broken i can send you skill.
"redmond" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Really wanted to England Campbell's jumpsuit and I'm told that Randy is such the fan of yours that she wanted your legacy to be honored and that's why she wanted to get involved with you. I'm just grateful but she said let's call it while I'm living this whole album because she wanted people to just know what I've done. My this is her words not mine but what my music has meant to our business and she wants it recognized before I'm gone. That's awesome. That's awesome. I love it loud. Blasts Angel Dylan see emailed. What did you think of Jeremy Gifting Deandra fifty donuts birthday. I mean I think I said it I right now. I take fifty anything but not fifty donuts. Albania fifty cents just to get a wants to know what did it feel like like to be. The first country female country artists to land on the cover of rolling stone. You know really at that time when I was fifteen. I never read the Rosenstone I don't I mean I didn't know what it was so it was much later. I realized the really significant there's significant it is time for my Mazal of the day it goes to the the news that Jane Lynch and Cindy Lauper are allegedly developing a golden girls for today. Now is the best news you know if they're looking for a new sophia. How about a wisecracking brazen mom whose mother daughter relationship can fuel an entire city yeah the tenure. Tucker's new album is called on Levin. It's out now. Talk Brandy is from Lisa on France is in talk about theater company. My God unleashes barten- so many times that I feel like I butcher your name every time perfect. Though it made up for thank you let's go to see from Arizona Betsy Candy to come back to Arizona soon. The an extra really really missing you do my questions for the lovely brandy. I'm considering the Anna's been trying so hard to get freebies for her wedding How expensive did the actual wedding zeal. I'm sorry what was that considering. The liens been trying to get freebies for her wedding. How expensive did the wedding feel. You wasn't really like watching watching find out. How Brandy felt about the wedding yeah. Let's see from Wisconsin. Okay Hello. Hey Andy Hope you and Anderson confined to come to Wisconsin. I would love to we're going to be in Chicago Gago on October six. I think I'm trying to talk my husband into taking me for my question for Kanye. What's been your reaction to critic thing. Your new album is the best of your career and do you think it will finally get you in the country hall of fame. We're long ago. I may have to die before getting hall of fame but I you know all the what the critic say I mean I. I don't know I mean I just sing and I just try to do my best to whenever I'm doing it. I really think the credit of this record goes to brandy and the twins wins Tim and Phil Hanser up who really wrote all most of the songs except for a couple wow that except for one. Maybe that that we're custom fit to me which I've never had anybody. Do that didn't know me yeah so that's where the talent lies and brandy. She loves me so much and I what's different about it. Is I know which real our rights wow. That's amazing. It's a good feeling was up the last call guys no okay Nicholas from the Philadelphia. Hey Nicholas. What's your question. Hello Hi Hi Andy. Love Everything Bravo Hi Brandy Hi Tania. I'm Mike my question is for Brandy brandy. What was your first impression of the new housewife. Kerry and why do you think she's having such a hard time connecting with. Yeah I love Carey. I will say that my first impression is that it was hard to understand her but we're having a good time so I just smiled and nodded and we keep drinking ah but yeah as far as her and Lianne like I mean you've got to watch it but I think it's a self explanatory all right Alexis Alexis from Arkansas. Hey Alexis. Okay my questions for ten yeah Can you please put the rumors to rest. Have you ever dated Dennis Quaid. Are you just really good friends. Liquidators your daughter is she grew. Yeah you know what let we talked about this because it was forty years ago that we I did my first movie and it was his second movie so that's where we first met so the next time I saw him was last year. Shooter Jennings Espen to come to the hall of fame to do Armadillos and outlaws and Dennis walked into my dressing room and it just blew me away because I seen him in forty years. We reconnected We've done some great songs together. He's a great songwriter. I I have recorded a song called on my way to heaven and it's with Christmas Star Persson me and Dennis and Brandy and it's a beautiful song now her that but you know we decided out no no no no no. This is in the intercom the vault that's great but Denison I this is what I say. We're better. We're not we're not dating. It's better we're best friends. I love it. That's awesome tenuous new album living can't they're clearing out. They put him in here and you people office arousing housing. What is it rolling. It's a little like is he goes he can start using the panels instead and you're taking the quyen with my friends and then yeah people have thought we were crazy. As these are GonNa love saying thank you the thanks for listening to the PODCAST. Everybody hope you enjoyed the show. Remember are new episodes. Go live Monday through Friday at four PM Eastern time. Make sure your subscribe to have a great rest ear night..
New Jersey, New York And Queen Latifah discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane
"Protests about the lead crisis in new Jersey's largest city took place as fans and stars arrived for new York's big night his first time hosting the M. T. V. video music awards outside the prudential center about two hundred protesters chanted we want our water free we don't need no M. TV New York police arrested five people for trying to crash secure areas but most people were oblivious to the protesters Jersey natives Queen Latifah why clef fetty WAP naughty by nature and Redmond wrapped up the awards the salute to their
If You Used FaceApp, Do Russians Now Own All of Your Photographs?
The State of E3: What to Expect From E3 2019
"You know e threes right around the corner and Phil Spencer's tweeting about it until Spencer from XBox tweets, just finishing our final e three rehearsal here with the team in Redmond feel really good about the briefing, lots to show. We have fourteen XBox game studios games in the show this year, more first party games than we've ever had in the show fun times. Hashtag XBox e three Andrea. There's been rumors. I've not seen an official official confirmation, but plenty of rumors that the to our conference from XBox this year. They're out there swinging for the fences. No Sony, they this is there's two frigging loose. They gotta get out there. They got to be big. What is this tweet do for you? What is two hours of XBox do for you? What is your prediction in terms of how expects to do this isn't surprising to me that it's going to be that long of a show generally the first party platforms with the exception of Nintendo have very lengthy shows because they usually talk a little bit about. Platform stuff, Dan in game and then third party stuff as well with a bigger focus on Indies that we've seen over the last couple of years. I think this is very exciting. Obviously, all eyes are going to be on them for their announcement for what XBox nexgen plans are going to be absolutely at least some base level. Details about what's the cloud gaming is going to
"redmond" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"In the like we're talking about the reunion, how would you describe the Potomac reunion? Giselle. It was everybody. Got it out yet. This system. True? Yeah. And I think that a lot is revealed and the guys kind of went forward, the guy's really went. Yes, yes, absolutely. A brand new Redmond is here the real, how size of. Good. It's kind of God because both of your shows came up at the same time we launched which homemaking Dallas. You're starting your season three year, just ending your season three and they're both great shows really. Michael l.. Tell us your Instagram so that everyone knows how to follow you Sean Alexander with two RS. Okay. And I will deign two point. Oh, Michael dean, two point. Oh, good. And your both models, fitness models and personal trainers? Andy Cohen enthusiasts. That's sweet, and they both lied to me of their ages. During the commercial break. I was a lie. Okay. Phones caller, what's your name and where you calling. This is Deb from Landau lakes, Minnesota. I love it. Hey dab, which question? Okay. This is for brandy. Branded few think that the Andras mother will ever hand the business over to her daughter. After that, I love mama. D is absolutely. You know, I respect her a lot in. I've, I've heard the Android go through a lot with her mom. She's very fortunate to have a mom that loves in supports her so much. So I will just say that her mother is a mother and she's guiding her the best that she knows how in and she's doing a great job. So I think the Andrews just sit type very coach, gives her back to the phones caller from where you go. I'm Katie and I am calling from Puyallup Washington your question. Hey, Mike Tyson is for Giselle. And I was wondering who you think is to blame for bringing kindle around Monique or cherise, and also where do you stand with? Mony can cherise now it was ninety five percent Monique. I love to res and me Monique or not. Okay. You are not okay. Back to the phones caller, what's your name and where you calling. Hi, it's going from Minnesota either which I know. Right. And I, you are one of my favorite people who have never been in my kitchen, but you're welcome. Anytime. A main KEDO Minnesota. Are you good cook? I'm an excellent cook, maybe half Italian. So. Yeah. Sounds great. My question is for brandy. Where'd you keep sexual chocolate from last year and expected to make an appearance this year Hughes, that's been thought about bringing him several times. But yes, he is actually in my laundry room, very, like. All right. Okay. Well, I'm glad we solve that. I wanna thank Sean might go and. Thanks for listening to the podcast. Everybody hope you enjoyed the show. Remember new episodes. Go live Monday through Friday at four pm eastern time. Make sure you're subscribed have a great rest of your night.
"redmond" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Did be off yeah brandy bryan bruin brooklyn harnett is redmond and their family it's so on brand they deserve their own reality shows just for the kardashians keys yeah no they are control they have a nice family brand that's it's really hopeful ruined brand are you going to like family no you're not gonna make your kids like names like work within each other unthinking actually like since i want five kids maybe doing it no kidding another thing that is my thing but i don't know let me see if i can remember this is shameless total you can't say your baby's name you can't seems one because it's a bad lock and to like you bitches babies names and also we need like a little weird so i have to wait to showcase them until i have the baby and no one's going to be like that's weird being the one that starts with an ss weird is how i don't know it's not it is no it's not it's okay and here's the thing i have a couple of evenings that i've liked for really long time mostly five ten years now and my singing is if i still like them by the time i have the then like i will like them forever this is the problem it's like forever i had a name and then i met someone with that name that i literally despise and now i can't have the name so are you gonna tell us the name or hell no i think it'll be so obviously no i think it was one of my name's that i'm thinking of the person if i say the name it'll be so obvious because there's one person with the name okay so i'm not gonna make you do that but james that's amazing i feel like weightings are ways you're totally yeah because yeah boys aren't as trendy like it's so crazy to think about how like the trends of names like the name like.
"redmond" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"This is money monday and let's say hi here to brandon in redmond washington money monday hello hello tom how's it going going okay how are you i'm doing pretty good well first of all before i forget just wanted to say that i took your advice on moving to a credit union i so far actually like it better so thank you tom for that advice remember add and this is for everybody because you're already fighting this out from experience we've all been we've all been hypnotized by advertising and beautiful logos and beautiful apps we've all been hypnotized by big banks and what what what you don't hear in their advertising is how little interest they pay and how little interest they have in the customer it's it's really amazing and credit unions are a whole different experience they're happy to see they're there for a social reason not that they're not there to please wall street and they're not gonna let you down if wall street collapses again you know big fan of credit unions always have been and i'm so glad you went oh yeah i'm glad i went to i mean i was at chase before i mean they did pretty well i was satisfied with them but i just decided to take your advice after i had a bit of trouble and they closed my count suddenly i said you know what i'm taking towns advice i'm going to go to the credit union and then satisfied ever since and don't plan on going back i love that but anyway this is what i wanted to ask you so i was wondering would you recommend building a house were simply buying because i was wondering i wonder how much cheaper it might be to build a house and i know there's quite a bit of work involved in it especially when it comes to contractors getting a builders permit i just remember back when i was a kid my dad built houses and he did he did a pretty good job on it but of course back then this was back in the nineties i was pretty.
"redmond" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Redmond and so hand don't you got the who's a plant people compare proud yes we do brandin to help a hand scrubs picks the man so.
"redmond" Discussed on Too Embarrassed to Ask
"Okay this one is from bill in redmond washington hey well this is bill what's your advice on staying up today at all the changes once your call them snow honor coming out bill in redman i know how tough it can be when you live so distant from the epicenter of tech and you've never had any experience bill gates i just you know what just sprawl through twitter and take your chances on what's fake and what's not well if you ever start sharing things that look to be overtly fake i'll just all dm you know just message bill bill here's a good one i guess we have a lot of listeners in redmond washington because this one is from a longtime thin named steve this is steven from redmond just a quick question about your review of outlook ninety seven you call it a great idea poorly executed and you said interface was puzzling and then people will be confused by denson daunting interface it's cluttered complicated wordy complex forms and dialogs but don't worry microsoft will get it right by the third version is is that only you had to say or was there anything you wanted to add to that oh and go yankees honestly there were so many good clips from that phil schiller bill gates meg whitman she'll sandberg seem the i mean just jack dorsey sentiment question it was really great and but the best part of it this sentence very thoughtful questions some of them did but the best part of it was really hearing waltz reactions because he was so surprised you can't see that through the new i'd.
"redmond" Discussed on KOMO
"Classroom environment in which you can learn more without breaks for traffic and weather yesterday imagine that so here we go i'm going to be for the first time ever ever in redmond redmond at the hampton in saturday february 17th at eleven a m i will repeat that redmond hampton and saturday february 17th for the spousal protection workshop the road show the boom x roadshow in which we cover all of these topics and we don't leave intel everyone's questions are answered it usually takes an hour without interruption imagine that you can reach your hand you can ask a question you can say darrell what is the difference between a revolt global trust and irrevokable trust my answer the revoke of a living trust is revoked bowl you're hurry vogel trust is not but seriously on the radio i leave it at that at the workshop i explain the differences in the tax code and in probate law the pros and cons of each approach and what it means for you in your estate plan i'm going to be back down into coma tuesday night february february 20th and that is at seven o'clock it that tacoma eloquent that in again right off i five sucking it to get their seven o'clock amid a chevy never fun but it's die down by then you can register right now go to boom acts show boom acts showed dot com or just call right now eight five five seven nine seven.
"redmond" Discussed on Super Station 101
"With me gina redmond no but and owlry a bomb look so did not allow the none of them all the very welcome back all right so did you hear the the audio that make you play it for you be it he says truck dubbing trump okay manila i'm just i'm just putting it out there are now he did he definitely fit it in it i don't to say and he we we would play the audio blow it but you can here is you can hear is the obvious there are things he says that we can't put on there so i mean this immediately hit that he'll came out with it and when it when out last night i grabbed quickly but then it was but another quarter fox cnn different ones already had it and we're running with it um and then it took him till after the game to realized that he was being thrown under the bus tremendously well even if you can't hear it and you can but if he couldn't hear it there's there's you know you got consider the syllable you know that you're not he'd just utters though one word well trump is a wine syllable word right award job is.
"redmond" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Now back to nothing impossible on kmox michael cal hoon travis sheraton of the venture cafe global institute on kmox this is nothing impossible and let's find out what's going on in seattle is this amazon fever takes over the rest of the country karen waste from bloomberg joins us again from the home of amazon the emerald city thank you for joining us cher yeah so karen kinney up we always talk about a i think that one thing people think about with seattle is the weather and so we're actually going to talk about everything except for the weather with the up but with amazon coming to town with amazon you know growing up in seattle how has that changed the landscape of seattle yes it's your amazon basically decided to to set up their headquarters in the core of downtown like at the core of the city as opposed to a more suburban style campus so microsoft grew up on the east side of the region um in kirkland and the redmond area but uh it's an amazon started growing it started in the city and so that totally transformed the an area just north of downtown seattle called south like union it was an area that had kinda low rise building with a lot of like car repair stores and things like that very underutilised um and that's when they started building and building and building i'm staring out my window now i just i literally can't count the cranes there are so many it's just been a huge boom in the city it's created a ton of wealth in the city it's it's also created a with i believe the fastest growing us city now um so so many people moving here and um and the city cut a racing to accommodate at sun that goes in terms of transportation infrastructure a traffic and then definitely in terms of housing a seattle's lam you we have water on many sides and mountains and so there's only so many places.
"redmond" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Aired she may not be part of dallas society but tonight we larger horses are dallas brandy redmond good person good christian bitches and and so that that made me think well this is perfect perfect two what when i was watching the show i thought it seems like my people tonight when i got here is he he enemy she gave me outfit this one right hampering brady said that first jesus cheese came over the bar it is a model who just like you at home loves to watch the real has with their mom accept unlike you her mom happens to be academy awardwinner kim basing or please welcome ireland ball you and i cannot believe that you and your mom our house was crazy crazy get her in the clubhouse size of big she does she should we all my lap shine happy vicky and tammaro made up i do not hello john tonight we have lots of dallas and old see things to discuss and while we're talking texas i just want to say anderson cooper and i are coming to dallas and houston at the beginning of december i believe all of the real had so as a dollar companies exile out last night we showed me that she wore the same ysl boots they kill killer had ward on this show and then we found out some one hell says the same dudes how some of us get a free and some of us down nettie hey brandy it was really nice of you not to bring the dildo to the reunion commended well by the way sharon has something in common with ireland baldwin and that is that she was not that site.