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"richard green" Discussed on KGO 810
"And he goes on. You've probably heard it or, you know, it's all over Social media, but he's right. Yep, He's absolutely right. Yeah. Was Joe's a lot of other stuff. He's not in life. He's not right about but he's right about this. Yeah, I was joking, making me I'd like to get that in my assume I ring tone, you know, so I could just play to people. I see you're not wearing their mask in the workplace. Well, you know, it is true that you know the economies of so many of these industries depend on things being tightly guarded this way, so Um, but, you know, no one likes to get a speech like that, but he was in the right. When we come back, there's a lot to do today. Carla Marinucci Bottom of the hour I mentioned her from Cove from We'll talk about covert in California numbers that are often off the charts. Uh and we'll talk about what they What the future is for Gavin Newsom. The recall attempt there, you know, the drumbeat is getting louder and louder. Also, I want to talk about business is leaving the Bay Area. Yeah, that's a real thing. Now. Businesses are actually doing it. So we'll talk to Carla about that. In the 11 o'clock hour by popular demand. Richard Green, the civics dean returns. Yeah, the GOP is, you know, holding up a relief bill, But now it looks like a road Lyft bill will come through Congress and how they got that relief bill done, I think is a great story. Had came down to two senators. And the threat of not going home over Christmas. And that's threat. Actually got this bill done. In my judgment. We'll talk about Richard agree with Richard Green. We'll see if he agrees, and then finally USA Today's text car, the tech columnist Jefferson Graham. He joins us at the end of the show. We also have a that's rich segment of athletic way, but that's rich segment coming up next. All right, That's it. We've got a head for 15 80, 88 10, Mark Thompson, kgo 8 10. Mark Thompson nine.
Trump taps loyalist as nation't top intel official
"Richard green nails been serving as the US ambassador to Germany now he'll replace Joseph McGuire who was acting national intelligence director since August the move puts a loyal trump ally in charge of the nation's seventeen spy agencies there are some who are criticizing the announcement they say this sensitive a job should go to someone with deep experience in intelligence and by naming Grinnell as acting director the president is able to side step a confirmation hearing in the Senate Jackie Quinn Washington
"richard green" Discussed on KTOK
"Of Sapulpa has died mayor Richard green died on Sunday he was seventy four years old he served as mayor for the past nine years and before that as a city councillor Katie okay weather center in the four warn storm team increasing clouds tonight and then the rain moves in a low tonight a forty two falling temperatures tomorrow cold windy wet a high only in the mid thirties and then partly cloudy on Wednesday a high of forty four I'm Beth Myers Katie okay newsradio one thousand eighty okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for ET L. O. T. learn more at universal men's clinic dot com right impeachment bowl what who's your favorite team will get into what happened today while you were at work and the Supreme Court made a very interesting decision today all that drive home with me leave at Sears next on news radio one thousand one thousand dollars now text of the nationwide two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text and info this nationwide contest two hundred two hundred message and data rates may apply guys got hair loss I know what you're thinking should I shave my head Coleman over wear a hat just stop this is in nineteen seventy keep your hair and your confidence because Bosley America's number one hair restoration expert can give you your real natural looking hair back permanently they're giving away an absolutely free information kit and a free gift card to everyone who texts ace to eight five eight five zero do you don't have to look like your dad because this isn't your dad's hair loss treatment people all over the country trust Bosley because they use the latest technology to give you your real hair back you wash it.
March for Life Chicago 2020
"Yesterday was the annual March for life in Chicago participants oppose abortion Adriana Modell's goes with the divine mercy Polish parish in Lombard I believe that you know abortion is not the right way to go I feel like when you hear the heart beat that person is a human being so I feel like they deserve to live they did nothing wrong across the street from daily plaza were those who want abortion to stay legal Richard green field as well as your cargo democratic socialists of America show people that abortion Sir mainly that it's a right for anyone who wants to get an abortion they should be able to get it the theme for the March for life this year life empowers pro life is pro
"richard green" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"With a taser but it didn't work that's when they say the suspect despite a hand gun police opened fire in the man was pronounced dead at the scene is identity has not yet been released a handgun was recovered at the scene a Brooklyn man has been arrested for a couple of murders in Bedford Stuyvesant one took place last year the other the year before around Jones has details in this live report and Larry it's all tied the gang activity murders shootings drug trafficking the brick squad was into it all and now ten members are behind bars NYPD inspector Richard green says this offshoot of the bloods well it's a particularly violent group in the spring of eighteen subsequent to a series of shootings in homicides which were carried out against rivals and non compliant members of their own gang I'll be a richer Eric Gonzalez says the brick squad was well organized with the traditional gang hierarchy and their own coded language now the alleged leader Howard Smith who goes by the name godfather is already behind bars one thing the two cops off his commissary account an account with twenty five thousand dollars in it for snacks al Jones ten ten wins live in Brooklyn Wednesday's time eleven OO for just five shopping days until Christmas it looks like the weather will cooperate here's the latest from accu weather and meteorologist Brian Thompson Miller weather looks great server shopping for traveling really anything is still on the chilly side today tomorrow is gonna be pretty chilly two of its after going to bounce back pretty nicely into the forties maybe even close to fifty by Monday and even through Christmas day and first couple days a Hanukkah or looking at the temperatures that are gonna be in the forties with dry weather and this is going to be a dry stretch whether at least their Christmas day looks dry mavens extend a little beyond that my today is get.
"richard green" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Former mayor Richard green along with Mike Scott and Amanda out it Troy's at Texas live that's next traffic and weather together on the eight now expanded traffic cover we are about to expand all right it is for eighteen okay let's go to the Dallas north tollway it's a big mess in Addison regularly why hello I tell you what southbound and north haven the left lane is blocked because of an accident so the jam up really hasn't gotten worse it's bad enough though and reaches to just before Keller springs capital I just if you haven't gotten here yet this will let you know now west on six thirty five is a mess from about macarthur after Freeport parkway where emergency sign work is blocking that right lane and in grapevine not nor found twenty four ninety nine you get an accident there right around stars and stripes way well the back up with that has a from that has merged with normal rush hour slowdowns on east bound one fourteen so it's very slow all the way back to Maine good news in Duncanville though northbound sixty seven just after wintergreen that accident has been cleared and speeds are on the way back up to the limit from around pleasant run all right there's a lot going on in Arlington fort worth but let me give you an update in the mid cities Hearst we had two problems one eighty three west accidents all gone near eight twenty but it left behind a nasty back up that still stretches into you listen facts the express lanes are still partially blocked approaching precinct line and that's in that same westbound direction so things are stop and go all the way back from industrial now we've got a problem when I twenty Darlington that's causing a big mess let's go Randy fuller westbound twenty car rolled over in the grass near park springs that problem close the exit in its slow back to three sixty as a result Arlington southbound three sixty may feel that rack is blocking the left lane and the backup goes to post and panic and northbound thirty five W. at two eighty near downtown fort worth that accident is on the shoulder traffic is slow from Rosedale now keep in mind if you're heading out to Weatherford that westbound traffic on I. thirty slower than normal because that construction is late picking up around chapel creek on I thirty so we're backed up almost from the ridge marble I'm Julie Rogers next reported for twenty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen your weather for the Sam packed family of dealerships air quality alert right now tonight only getting down to eighty.
"richard green" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Summer Richard green is head of the lost center for real estate at USC he tells Kate nice that the hot southern California real estate market was bound to cool off that prices got ahead of themselves in the last eighteen months or so so if you looked at rents and house prices in southern California going back to twenty twelve through about twenty sixteen they move together but since twenty sixteen we see in price growth far outstrip rent growth and that's just not sustainable green since problem is if you want to stay in southern California made sell your house for big profit but it's gonna be hard to find something comparable at a good price L. A.'s police chief says the city is on the brink of finalizing a plan to clear old bench warrants the been hanging over thousands of homeless people for years we've been talking about this now for a year and I think we're very close to Michael Moore it's not a matter of anyone arguing it's just how we pull from in our cake legacy system of of warrants hours constructed years ago how do we get that subset and I know to the lay person that can beat this concern frustrating as wise is taking so long I share a portion of frustration but I'm hopeful that there's there's light and that we're going to have an announcement and have this ability move forward on this endeavor very soon within weeks Moore says we're talking about warrants at least five years old that were issued for failing to appear in court to deal with minor offenses such as blocking the sidewalk or being drunk in public he says search warrants waste officers time in jail resources they may also make it harder for some homeless people to get help click here pesky tie KNX ten seventy newsradio KNX indepth focused on pothole repairs Mike Simpson was with LA mayor Eric Garcetti Z. help prepare a big pot hole at the corner of Wilshire mass one right outside our studios.
"richard green" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Professor Richard Green with the USC Lusk center for real estate tells KNX many people simply don't have enough money because prices are so high and saving his top one of the things that I think there's a long-term concern because the California is what kind of place we wanna be and where a place that's losing our middle class actually quite rapidly to places like Arizona and Nevada where the cost of housing is considerably lower. Worst city is San Francisco four other places in California, including the San Bernardino area, right at the bottom of the list of fifty transportation secretary Chow is asking that her department's inspector general examine the process the FAA used to certify the Boeing seven thirty-seven, max planes. Mike slack is an aviation. Attorney licensed pilot and former NASA engineer, and he says the shows a lack of confidence in the current certification process selling. Opt for supplemental type certificate, which in essence means an incremental are modest change from model to model from the original types type certification, which was almost fifty years ago. So in that circumstance, there's expected to be less direct oversight by the FAA and more certification activities and responsibilities handled by the manufacturer under the delegation of authority from the FAA to the Boeing employees phase approval. The 737 bats has come under increased scrutiny after the crash last week beneath the airlines jet second deadly crash involving the aircraft in less than five months and see tournament underway. Half of the first of four round in the books. The Belmont rather Belmont temple eighty one seventy two events the first round matchup with Maryland on Thursday earlier Farley Dickinson came back from a thirteen point deficit to beat berry view, an eight hundred seventy six of the battle of sixteen seeds. They move on to play top seed Gonzaga in the west region and other pre. Season. College hoops action. Cal State Northridge lost to Utah valley ninety two eighty four the first round of the college basketball invitational. Make that postseason by the way. It's twelve fifty..
"richard green" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Is eight fifty five four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three joining you in the studio tonight. It's Ian, and Darryl. Talking about the yellow vests. It's a topic that we sort of touched on maybe you're in there, but we really haven't gone into detail until some at least some level detail tonight here on free talk live Daryl you just went through an extensible list of twenty-five demands that the yellow vests are purportedly making. And I think yours is the most well distributed list, the one that I've got here from a blogger site. I could not find the exact translation anywhere else. But that doesn't mean this isn't also a list of demands by people purporting to be the yellow vest because there's no shortage of yellow people have now one thing. That's interesting. The list that you have down at the bottom. They have the same graphic. That trek. I was looking at only there's is in front. Yes. And it does appear. What I was reading does appear to be basically a translation the graphic. The fridge. Inch graphic was translated into the list that you read that seems to be the list from this graphic. But the text version this website has is not at all the same list. Now again that doesn't mean that there are two circulating. Lists of demands from the people calling themselves the yellow vest because who are these people well there everybody in France, apparently has to have one of these damn yellow vest in their cars. So anybody can be a yellow vest. Right. And indeed some people are claiming that it's the left in the right allegedly coming together. Well, what are you going to get out of a group of people on the left and the right, but a list of diverse and conflicting demands, right? Even within the list that you're reading there were conflicts as far as what the demands if you had implemented them all there would be serious economic problems with what they were demanding. So with even within the same list, you've got problems and between these two lists. There are drastic differences. But let's get a little bit of an opinion here. I just wanted to set the stage for those just tuning in. In on what's going on? Now, this is a story from the independence spelled I. N D Y pendant dot org. Richard Green and reporting published today, not bellyache France after a month of daily roadblocks disruptions in every corner of France. And after four successive violently repressed, mass demonstrations in Paris and the provinces the spontaneous self organized movement known as the yellow vests continues to seriously challenge. The political and economic order in France, not only has the rebellion persisted despite unprecedented police brutality and in your list. They wanted to quadruple the budgets for law enforcement, which seems like a strange request for law and order, which I interpreted to Maine courts, well, usually law and order means men with guns and courts, that's all it all comes together in the same package. You don't have order just because you have a court you got order by their beliefs because you got men with guns. I think the reason that I interpreted their thing to Maine courts is because like. Very next sentence was something about the length of trials. They mentioned that. But that doesn't have anything to do with quadrupling the budget for for law and order that the whole concept of law and order, I think most people think of the police when they hear that that concept certainly courts as well. So not only is the rebellion persisted despite the police brutality misrepresentation in the mainstream media and the rejection of it by the leadership of the labor unions. It has grown in popularity public support hovers at around eighty percent. According to recent polls, the movement has also expanded its goals from an initial rejection of a tax increase on fuel to the outright dismantlement of the neoliberal order in France and a near unanimous call for president Macron's resignation as the independent print goes print edition goes to press. Fringe students have joined the rebellion protesting. Macron's introduction of an anti-democratic college admission admissions process students walked out of one hundred and seventy high schools in answer to a black Tuesday appeal for demonstrations by their union. Meanwhile, the yellow fast revolt has spread to Belgium, Holland, Hungary, and even Iraq recalling the two thousand eleven Arab spring occupy movements on Monday evening, December tenth after a month of. Silence in the face of mass rallies fueled by anger and his perceived arrogant condescending personality Macron finally went on television with a pre-recorded speech that combined threats with concessions the Jupiter. Ian, president began by laying blame for the violence that has shaken France entirely on the protesters the state would offer quote, no indulgence unquote at the yellow vests persisted. He said to movement activists who blame Macron for the systematic police mayhem deliberately unleashed on their peaceful rallies. This was gasoline on the fire. But after the stick came the carrot Macron went on to admit, the protesters may have a point he said, quote, we may have for forgotten. The single mothers struggling to make ends meet saying that a national conversation about the social economic crisis, which he pledged to coordinate with local mayors. He also offered a few economic concessions for sending new taxes on social security retirement for some retirees with very low incomes, the elimination of taxes paid on overtime and a raise of. One hundred fifteen dollars in the monthly minimum salary for some workers and a call for businesses to voluntarily give a year end bonus to their employees, the president's attempt to placate them was widely rejected as too little too late by the yellow vest who continue to call for Macron's resignation and for a bottom up reorganization of French democracy. The uprising was originally provoked a month ago by Macron's raising of the sales tax on gasoline diesel fuel which I'm sure was already very high, right? Even it's Europe blue and white collar workers farmers and small business. People in towns, small towns, depend on cars to survive. We're outraged Macron justified this bitter pill is necessary for reducing Francis. Carbon emissions. Ironically, France subsidizes the fossil fuel industry which enjoys a very low tax rate on its huge profits to the tune of seven point nine billion a year. Meanwhile, Macron's government has encouraged car usage by cutting public transportation in delocalizing post offices in government service centers, the car. Urban tax seemed calculated to divide working people worried about the end of the month from environmentalists worried about the end of the world on Saturday. December eighth however, yellow vested stations across the country converged with a long March for the planet in the city of this one yellow vest woman's homemade signs set. It all quote end of the world slash end of the month slash same. People responsible slash seem struggle in Paris where thousands of self organized yellow vest protesters attempted to gather to express their grievances on the shop LS's for a fourth successive Saturday. There were systematically filtered by police at Paris railroad stations and vehicular approaches to the capital hundreds were arrested for possessing ski goggles, face masks, helmets and other protections as well as so called weapons like a hammer which was found in the trunk of a carpenter's car and botchy balls wooden carpenter generally carry a hammer. Yep. Those who manage to make it to the site of the demonstration were chased down by federal riot police who attacked them with tear gas flash bombs and water cannons. By the end of the day cars were burning near the arc of triumph in.
"richard green" Discussed on Art of the Hustle
"Beautiful structures around campus and this incredible history with famous alumni, and it just it was so far outside of my life. Experience yet at the same time really alluring but extremely expensive. And fortunately, as you mentioned, you know, there are a handful of scholarships that were cobbled together. And also my extended family, especially my grandparents were willing to help Saint Paul's was really an inflection point because number one it made me really really work hard and the expectations of you were. Guy, and there were classes six days week you had ceded meal, meaning dead poet's society coat and tie multiple times per week chapel. Even though it's considered a nondenominational school people of all religions attend chapel with sign with announcements and. Singing. And so on almost every morning mandatory sports, some of your classes, I think it was called eighth period at the time. I'm not sure if this is still the case, but they'd end at like six thirty pm where you start at eight AM, and it just beat the living hell out of me. Is it prepared me perfectly for much would be perceived as very tough environments like Princeton, depending on the track that you take. So all of those things would not have been available to me would not have even come on my radar if my friend Dave had not been the one person from the entire high school. I knew to go to a boarding school who I happen to see at home on Long Island during school vacation, so lots and lots of serendipity, you know, so many things illustrated through that. But you know, a real entrepreneurial trait that's evidence to that story is like here's high school age, Tim and you saw an investment in yourself. And then you went, and you fundraise you've got your family, and your friends, and whatever scholarships were available that you feel a sense of pressure that you had to provide an ROI to your investors when you're doing this. Or is that something that came natural the you? I definitely felt a pressure not to disappoint. Everyone who had helped to make it a reality for sure. And I think that that is a good thing. I mean, it can it can anything in its extreme becomes Dobbs it in some way or many things that are helpful in excess become toxic. But. If you don't feel any karmic debt to anyone you're probably associated path. So I think that I did I did feel a responsibility to the people who had supported me. Yeah. I think I was very fortunate to have adults around me like a Reverend Richard Green leaf at Saint Pauls even who really believed in me and encouraged me to try things even I thought wouldn't work and a perfect example of that you take a place like Saint Paul's. Right. Saint Paul's is supposed to be at least if you were to ask them, you know, cultivating the leaders of tomorrow, and yet they still suffer from all sorts of problems like any any institution. One of them was that my guidance counselor. Told me I had no chance of getting into Princeton. And that I should revise my targets. Because the the format was come in with three lists of schools. You're A-List, which is your your reach schools, you'd really like to get into be the schools that you'd be happy to go to that. You think you can get into and then see your safety schools, and the guidance counselor encouraged me to take my safety schools and make them my ace schools because he said look you transferred. Here you didn't get x y and z credits to transfer you spend a year in Japan, none of that transferred. You are really setting yourself up for failure by even trying to apply to place like Princeton or Stanford..
"richard green" Discussed on Here & Now
"That's Grecchi sound. Here comes from violin special effects. Just a bow on strings. The sound is produced by a technique called the chop chop arrived on the music scene about fifty years ago. And slowly this on little noise has taken the fiddle playing world by storm and changed the way the instrument is played today million Mason from member station. WB are explains. Gets nice kind of ciga- rhythms going. Basically what we're getting here. We're modeling the hi hat and snare drum kit. That's Darrell angry about it. He's a fiddle player. One of the best in the world. I've caught him at his soon to be former home in Arlington as he prepares to move back to his home state of California right now, he's in full professor mode, keeping a running commentary as he demonstrates a technique that he's become known for the chop is like almost like the point of the shovel going into the dirt or something both comes down sits on the string. And then you get another sound by kind of bringing the bub backup off the string thusly. So I'm actually finger makes the top looks simple. But that's small sound has kind of defined his career in one thousand nine hundred five he co founded a group called the turtle island string quartet in San Francisco. We wanted to do everything we wanted to you know, in context stinker Tate we wanted period string hotels capable of any kind of music. No, even contemporary music. And so the chap became, you know, the, drums and bass and rhythm guitar. Anger developed the chop into a really versatile. Rhythmic tool today. It's everywhere in bluegrass jazz Celtic music, when I was learning to play the fiddle of teenager in the early two thousands chopping huge since then I've wanted to know how did that happen? How did someone figure out a totally new way of playing an instrument that's been around for centuries. My name is Richard Green. And I'm the infamous inventor of chop which is now utilized by virtually millions of around the planet. And obviously, I'm I'm a little bit proud of that Richard Green is a fiddle player from Los Angeles. He got one of his first gigs back in nineteen sixty six with Bill Monroe and the bluegrass boy. But grief that wasn't very good at the fiddle kept rushing music. So Monroe told them to stick with rhythm, which was physically demanding and hard to keep up for very long. So I dropped the ball on the near the frog as resting my painful, wrist and arm, by the way, the frog is the end of the boat that you hold. We found the pinch on the street for that. That was how it began dropped the ball and pinch that takes no energy whatsoever. The mother of invention was pain and laziness. After his stint with the bluegrass, boys. Green helped found a band called C train. And that's where he began incorporating the chop into more complex Boeing patterns, Daryl anger. Remember seeing the band in the early seventies. He was using it as sort of bravura of solo thing, the band would stop and go crazy you chop all over the place is great. And van comeback in and people would scream just do whatever it is picked to when they're in exit. I was I was amazing. It changed. My life. Seem anger was using the chop and teaching it to friends who taught it to their friends by the two thousands. The chop was a full blown phenomenon. It had a huge presence in Boston and traveled from the US to Canada and Europe. It was also sort of a hot button issue. Some us editions thought it was too modern others founded showy and of noxious but chop inventor Richard Green says it's really just part of a trend in acoustic music toward experimentation..
Evvnt - How Event Tech Is Promoting Your Event Online
"About how the events industry and events technology or particularly how event technology isn't working and after six hundred and fifty episodes. Today's guest was an inspirational guide. I gotta talk for hours and offer. It was also telling me our Facebook of launch and events discovery app that nobody's downloaded and nobody uses. I just challenge everyone listening to that point, how many of you listening actually downloaded another Facebook. Gap for just events. I'm suspecting none of you have if you have let me know. So me a quick tweet at Neil see us. I'll be curious for quick show of hands of just how many people have that. And the point here is if Facebook can't get this, ROY is clear that the event discovery space is right for disruption, but who is going to have the right solution about brings me to today's guests who is Richard Green and here's the founder of events that slow e v and t and they've had over thirty thousand customers across one hundred thirty nine countries. And the company is also prepared to launch in the US having recently entered into an agreement for four hundred and fifty thousand investment from three major US newspaper groups, and I am conscious and have more than enough self awareness to know the Ibom Balji with different guests every day from different industries. And I suspect that you can't listen to each and every episode because all maybe certain industries just don't interest you. I will let you into a little secret today is a Muslim episode. One of the favorite guests I've had only show is a delight to speak with, and I think he's passionate just really comes through and everything that he says. So bookl- up and hold on tight. So I can beam your ears all the way to London. So we can speak with Richard Green from event. So massive, welcome to the show Richard. Can you tell the listeners a little about who you are and what you do? My name is Richard Green on the CEO and founder of a six year old company called events. Eatable vnc dot com. On our technology is really about unbinding and servicing the events industry with a foldable, local events, marketing and local event discovery. That's what we do is this. So like you said. Him based tech startup, which is the unique event marketing automation software. So can you just say no, and tell me what it is that you guys are doing differently in the kind of problems out too. So you I can tell you the story that we've evolved around an average events. Organizer are will submits an event to a ticketing company or a listing side. And on average, they'll put their event on between eight and ten listing signs in an effort to get the revenge from a consumer audience. Make sense. I have an event listing sites, so where community and uses all its best post. The reality of of this is a lot of endlessly sites. Don't have a YouTube Ma traffic when you break it down to location category and dates. So what we did is we are fold that model. We allow from a single submission and events organizer to submit their event. One, we have over three and a half hours and listening SCI fi ninety six percent of all listing sites worldwide, and we allow someone to submit event wants to our application. We then filter out every event listings that once and should take that content and then we publish distribution. What does that really mean? Well, why putting an event on all listing site, she reach a maximum community of Ben consumers that are looking for events, but how the world really changes is that when you place content on so many listening sides. So quickly, Google identify that content very quickly and we deliver somewhere between thirty and seven percent ipad you Google pages, two, three, four, and five because we're delivering high quality, local events, content through credible events listing site. So the marketing impacted back Timothy is very, very, very, very strong. Phenomenal. It really as and when researching you guys, I quickly learned scalable technology event creates a campaign mocking activity to ensure individual offense appear on over three thousand five hundred event listing. So it's. But since you launched in two thousand twelve, you've also have thirty thousand customers in one hundred thirty, nine different countries. So tell me more about this phenomenon of success and any challenges around scaling your business just short space of term. Well, actually the success is something that yet you try that success is the story is something you try not to do. The story is that you would normally focus in single vote on a single town and you try to very competent within that within industry. What happen for us as we went after the local events market and we tried to get London UK for the events in this. And what happened was that the conference exhibition and trade show industry? It would physically had teams of people posting that conference in exhibition information on so many listing sites because they had more. Time in that more money and resources faith, they spotted us, and I was contacted by a gentleman name, James white keep, but she's one of the big firms and he said, could you could you build this for us in the for our organization? And we
Small height evolved twice on 'Hobbit' island of Flores
"The news. Hello I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news Zimbabwe's opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has dismissed what he termed the unverified fake results of the, presidential election which is given victory to the incumbent. Emmerson Mnangagwa Mr. Trump criticized electoral commission saying the level of opaqueness. Was. Baffling Mr. Mnangagwa has urged him Bob Williams to unite behind. His presidency the head of, the election observers. In Zimbabwe Brock told. The BBC there was a lack. Of transparency, he said the result must be properly confirmed smoke peace to that country and therefore must have curb related to what's. Your position That is. Also results, of all set up at the end of the day I think the important version for for the people in Zimbabwe Turkey says it will work closely with the. United States to resolve disagreements between them the Turkish Foreign Minister. Chavalit sure you said the agreement came after constructive meeting with his US counterpart Mike Pompeo on the, sidelines, of Asian. Regional talks in Singapore the US is imposed sanctions onto Turkish ministers over the continued detention of an American clergyman in Turkey Andrew Bramsen faces terrorism charges can reach member Swannee. Is in Singapore the, to have met against the backdrop of what appears to be an, escalating diplomatic crisis between the United States and Turkey earlier in the week there was. Sanctions placed on to Turkish ministers by the United States and that led to quite a dramatic fall in the price of the Turkish currency what we do know is that the secretary of state has said. That the sanctions have been put in place because they want to show Turkey. That they're serious about the release of the American clergyman transport Unions in Venezuela have angrily rejected government plans to collect information about car ownership to control the distribution of petrol supplies they warned us it. Creates an internal black-market subsidized fuel is resold for prophet Daniel Ghana's, reports in Venezuela one gallon of gasoline cost less than one. Set of a US dollar depending on the exchange rate a person uses but that is about to, change President Nicolas. Madura ordered a vehicle census to be held this week the government wants to know how many cars and what models are being used by Venezuelans authorities will later use those. Numbers to come up, with an energy policy that is likely to increase the price of, fuel Madurai says Venezuela's subsidized gasoline is being illegally smuggled out of the country and. Into Colombia the US department of Justice has told a court at volunteers and activists should take the lead in locating undocumented migrants who've been separated from their children hundreds of parents have been deported while there Children remain in detention centers the US government says the American Civil Liberties. Union which challenged the policy in court should use its resources to help world news from the BBC research scientists for the US defense department say the recently repatriated remains of America's Korean war dead appear to be. From the, renowned, battle of, Chechen which took place in the winter of nineteen fifty the. Fifty five sets of remains include written information about where they were found tens of thousands of Chinese and US troops were killed near the strategic Chechen. Reservoir in the northeast of the Korean peninsula Britain's Prime Minister Theresa may is doing southern, France later today to meet the French president Emmanuel. Macron at his summer retreat British ministers attended meetings in Paris earlier this week to try to make progress with officials in European capitals towards realising Britain's plan to withdraw from the European Union next year A new study has suggested humans with. Short stature on the Indonesian island of Flores evolved independently thousands of. Years apart scientists decoded genes at. The islands Monday pygmy population to find out if they might be partly descended from members of an extinct species which have come to be known as hobbits. Fossilized remains were found fifteen years ago Richard Green is, associate professor at the university of California Santa Cruz. They are not related at all it turns out that the folks, who live there now are short genetically for largely the same reason that. Folks elsewhere in the world would be short painted a pretty. Clear picture that this island were short stature because it has driven hominids to be small twice and Australian climate has been. Rescued from a mountain in New Zealand southern Alps where he'd been trapped for several nights in sub zero conditions he's believed to have dug a snow cave to stay alive The climate emergency beacon signal had, been picked up picked up in the United States and passed to local. Agencies a rescuer said the Australian was lucky to be alive BBC World Service news Hello and welcome to talking books from hay festival with me governess, every year writers thinkers politicians and others gathered here in Wales to talk about books and ideas from around the world Today I'm joined by. An Arado, ROY, the, author of four novels. Which, dissect the complexities of her native India nationalism casts the place of women and the, burden of history and tradition on a Boston rapidly modernizing nation Amerada ROY welcome to talking books Now I. Just finished your latest novel and? I wanted to give everybody watching. And listening a flavor of your writing and maybe if you'd be kind, of, just to start we'll talk about the book booking detail later this is all the lies. We never. Lived, could, you redo in paragraph In my childhood I. Was known as the boy. Whose mother had. Run off with an Englishman The man was in fact German but in small, town India in those, days all white foreigners were largely thought office British this unconcern for accuracy annoyed my, scholarly father even in circumstances as dire as losing his wife to another man Now when I read that I couldn't. Ben stopped reading that is, a great opening paragraph did you in terms of the Crafter writing. When you sit down, is that something you revised and, revise and revised is that, somehow because it does set all themes of the book a young boy grows up but is. His life isn't totally changed, because his mother ran away this I often read I actually normally rewrite beginnings endlessly and in my first book what I thought was the beginning ended up in the. Middle when I, had finished the book but with this, this paragraph I started the book and that was how it came and, not a word of it changed right through. Many many and is terribly engaging, for all sorts of, reasons first of all. We feel immediate empathy for the child but we also understand that, his father is a, bit of a patent and this is something that you explore thrown And so and it said Books are really against the developing politics of twentieth, and twenty first, century India the family, story. And then, the background yes This.
Ancient 'Hobbit' Study Reveals an Island That Forced Humans to Shrink Twice
"Years of vicious fighting and with hundreds of thousands of. People dead has Bashar our side, won the war in Syria he holds all the major cities and his forces have just retaken the province. Of DARA where the uprising began in two thousand and. Eleven he's Kurdish opponents have traveled to Damascus to begin negotiations so is the war over or is a new phase of the Syrian crisis about to begin in the north of. The country Turkey and the Kurds are eyeing each other warily although, the so called Islamic state has lost, most of its territory it. Is still able to wreak havoc so can peace be reestablished can Syria begin to rebuild? And how will it welcome home more. Than five million refugees that's the real story from the BBC Coming up after the news Hello I'm David. Harper with the BBC news the opposition movement for democratic change alliance in Zimbabwe says it does not recognize. The victory of the incumbent the incumbent Emmerson. Mnangagwa in Monday's presidential election Mr. Mnangagwa was installed following the coup which. Asked Robert Mugabe last year the MDC says it. Will launch a legal challenge it's leader Nelson Chamisa, one little. More than forty four percent Andrew Harding is in Harari Emerson mnangagwa's said he was humbled by the resultant urge Zimbabweans unite behind his presidency tweeting that this was a. New beginning for the, country he secured fifty point eight percent of the vote just. Enough to avoid a runoff but the opposition has questioned the remarkably high turnout and maintains that. The election has been stolen they've promised to take to the. Streets in huge numbers much now depends on whether they can prove that the figures are substantially out of step with credible independent tallies US counter intelligence investigators are Ported to have discovered a suspected. Russian spy working at the American embassy in Moscow the guardian newspaper says the woman came under suspicion two. Years ago Peter Bowes reports the Russian nationalist. Said by the guardian to have had access to internet and Email systems. Giving her a potential window into highly confidential material. Including the shadows of the president and the vice, president a. US government official has confirmed the woman was working for the secret service in Moscow and statement the US secret service said it recognized all foreign service nationals could be. Subjected to foreign intelligence, influence especially in Russia but he's not it they were never. Given or placed in a position to obtain national security information the US secretary of state Mike. Pompeo has met his Turkish counterpart in attempts to avert an. Estimating escalating diplomatic crisis gene Turkey and America the meeting was held on the sidelines of regional talks in Singapore the US has said It will freeze the property and US held assets, of two Turkish ministers in. Protest at the, detention of an American clergyman in Turkey Andrew Brinson faces terrorism charges and you study has suggested humans with short stature on the Indonesian island of Flora's evolve, independently fastened years apart scientists decoded the genes of the islands modern day pygmy population to. Find out if they might be partly descended from members of an. Extinct species which have come to be known as hobbits their fossilized remains were found fifteen years ago, Richard Green is, associate professor at the. University of California they are not related at all it turns out that the. Folks who live there now. Are short genetically for largely the same reason that elsewhere in the world would be short. Painted a pretty clear. Picture that this island favors short stature because it has driven hominids. To be small twice Well news from the. BBC defense officials in the United States say Iran's military. Has become a major naval exercise. In the Gulf the drills involve scores have small attack boats a spokesman for the US military central command said they were monitoring increased Iranian operations in. The Gulf and the straight of HAMAs the US is, due to impose new sanctions on Tehran on Monday The US department of, Justice has, told a court hearing that volunteers and activists should take the lead in locating the undocumented, migrants who have been separated from their children most of. The families split up under the controversial policy have been reunited following a court order but not all hundreds of parents have been deported while that children was, still in detention centers research scientists for the defense department say recently repatriated, remains of America's Korean war debt appear to be from the renowned. Battle of Chosin which took place in the, winter of nineteen fifty fifty five cents of the remains transferred from North Korea include written information about where they were found tens. Of thousands of Chinese and US troops were killed navy strategic reservoir An Australian, climate has been rescued from a maintain in New Zealand's southern Alps where he'd been. Trapped for several nights in sub. Zero conditions is believed to have dug a snow cave to stay alive I n ship is has the story the climber named his left and Terry heart had been. Trapped on mount aspiring since Tuesday when someone in the United States picked up the signal of, emergency beacon and called New Zealand rescue center a helicopter with four rescue workers manage to find, him on Thursday but weather conditions, made it, impossible to early him so two team state denied bringing much needed food and blankets a, break in the weather allowed you straighten climber to. Be. Taken to hospital on Friday a rescue worker said the man is lucky to be alive and probably wouldn't have lost his another night and that's the latest, BBC news Hello welcome to the real story. I'm.
"richard green" Discussed on WTMA
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"richard green" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"Is not an physically there the i i couldn't agree more here's my definition and i share this i was though senior judge the simon cal as it were of a american idle meets public speaking show on thiel ciba in two thousand six and i i put out this new definition and if people who are listening if you're listening you because were having a conversation and you're at all nervous about public speaking there in a courtroom or two and to an audience this definition will change everything public speaking is nothing more than number one having a conversation number two about something you are authentically passionate about and when howard mentioned the word authenticity that was the a of the second thing that i want to talk about with respect to tom and howard tom when you walk into the courtroom and you're making a compelling case on behalf your client the reason it works is not only because your words were great because you've got you know whatever strategy that you have after all of these years practicing lauds because people believe you are authentic and that you were talking to them as one human being not a lawyer but a human being to another in having a genuine off thanks conversation with them and this is where talking to lawyers it it's interesting because so many lawyers develop the an argued mended if style with his counterproductive and don't focus on the the psychology of the decision maker remember when discussion i had with the unassociated were going argue in front of a judge in all the cases were laid out in the precise arguments in the differences and i couldn't resist finally saying you know you're still at the stage of your career will you think the laws in the books of course the books are important but the final the final persuasive element is how you do it in the psychology who fearlessly and new grilled us on this for an entire year and contracts that you esi you are listening to champions of justice with tom girardi and howard miller our guest today is the author of words that shook the world richard green we promised our audience something and i want to deliver on.
"richard green" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"To them as one human being not a lawyer but a human being to another and having a genuine authentic conversation with them and this is where talking to lawyers it it's interesting because so many lawyers develop the an argument that if style with his counterproductive and don't focus on the the psychology of the decision maker remember one discussion i had with the unassociated were going argue in front of the judge in all the cases were laid out in the precise arguments in the differences in i couldn't resist finally saying you know you're still at the stage of your career will you think the law is in the books of course the books are important but the final the final persuasive element is how you do it in the psychology of who your list and you grilled us on this for an entire year and contracts at usa you are listening to champions of justice with tundra ardian howard miller are against today is the author of words that shook the world richard green we promised our audience of the and i want to deliver on what we promised to so let's begin let's give them some examples of some great speeches while k how they went about how far they be no you know i'll and listening to this i was very moved by barbara jordan can you like her to ray well barbara jordan's wanted the greatest speakers that most people don't know at weather let's move onto the court on one truly one of the greatest american speakers or international speakers in the history of our species okay let's try.
"richard green" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Yeah but week what's the most what's the best play that you were part of or the the shortly to defined you you know i was in a play called everett beacon written by richard green burgers and incredible play rate and we did it at us southcoast rap down in orange county that's a great feat is a great theater and it it really is the the the acting job that really i felt like i got the confidence to really do why it really change the direction of my career not not that doing this play uh directly lake created more opportunities with me like um in a in a kind of on linear way it just changed me and i open it kind of open my self up to doing more now because you know when you're doing something of the dialogue is so good that it makes your job much easier right like trying to polish should turn it is a harder job than something like like you watch the west wing and it's it it like that is incredibly on hard work but that language makes every one come off great not that it doesn't take require a lot of skill to pull it off but that dialogue is really kind of does you favours as an actor rent and that makes it okay so if they simmons it feels like cinderella issue we should feel yes eckes here the voice instantly know exactly what i call you're going to do totally um it's actually like you don't have to like your job is almost done when the dialogues that good yet it's crazy like shakespeare the whole characters in the dialogue like you don't all the questions are answered right so this richer greenberg play was like that i played too characters in it because the first part took place in like the 1940s and the second part took place in present day and so is these two different characters and there were super different very different characters and it just got me.
"richard green" Discussed on The Pulse
"Sandra and the other mid students have been taught the basics of transpacific care in the classroom best practices like how to talk about hormones in asking for preferred pronouns at the beginning of a visit but the classroom can only get you so far for example bianca says that some people especially older trans people don't take kindly to being asked which pronounce that use and transgender people that are like i am a woman and set an animal to talk after the exam bianca give sandra some feedback i i feel like ebola tiller well monterey my main concern is less about from hearing or two things on this and hong kong in the room and how you interact with a patient and eyesight you did fabulous he now you can if you feel nervous missing com content this part of the training program is fairly new it nyu play richard green is a professor there and he made it a part of the curriculum after studying how his students examined a trans standardised patient most of them were perfectly polite but some of them skirted around her gender identity less than twothirds of students even brought it up and so it's certainly possible that she was sitting there that room feeling leg what if they figure it out or what if they say something different or what if something happens and by addressing her gender identity directly in a non judgmental and inclusive way or firming way you allow her to be who she is and to really talk about what her concerns are once they've established the basics doctors can focus on why their patients came in that day.
"richard green" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And we never did a door then he all three of us together jane i did do one thing together if that would 'cause i did a number of the old robin hood series opener at with richard green and the black and white routes is a very interesting story by the way that nothing because the reference but was there's all created by blacklist americans who'd gone to england to find work hannah weinstein uh put the theme delivers i should first he tv ever made in britain to do a show week blacklisted writers who housing oddly blacklisted writers of under osceola anyway am i was prince author number of those episodes but then later after prince authored disappeared for while i came back as a peasant child with janusz my sister we will to peasant children trend of free their oppressed father from the clutches the sheriff nottingham that's the only thing we ever did together but you can you can find it exists i didn't know it was i noticed series but i didn't know there were blacklisted american writers bought behind it hannah once as the producer and i don't think she's really did the wind sense as we know them but she was a blacklisted um preach producer a leftwing jewish produce from la who'd gone to london to work about acul why along with a lot of cool writers he went the two so all of them the whole crew was basically blacklisted know the the crew brawley nascar merely unilateral there to be created celery greatest signed rioters said me hannah weinstein whose the was the key figure and they used some blacklisted writers while the right episodes dig into that now so how did music you you're always musical it was a musical family but you obviously decided at some point not acting.
"richard green" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"This talk radio now being joined by richard green and richard those in me l a entering there and he is any of the locker of common sense dad commonsense dad dot com the thorough three using children other people want to be around tension love that title i love that title led by the way richard for thank you an absolute great great title it you have some really great tips really great tips so let's let's talk about the you see it's not too late to make rest resolution strains great kids it's the middle of january it was so friday broken are year's resolutions and we're back to where we were in december and you silly from any parent they're looking for what for a way to raise their children to be respectful right couple successful adults and then it's not too late well it it's not too late certainly if you've laid some groundwork and and the resolution that i did time some degree oh at least the one can make it any time and should start dissipate in at all the time and i think they're actually easier than the kind of resolution is the most people make the truth waiter to stop smoking or you know whatever it might be the glee what i think is that you know children a reflection of the behavior of their parents him anyway so we have to do it i mean up but also include our children in it so and with a first regulation it's typically to teacher kids to leave it people behind the nhl.
"richard green" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Welcome back thank you for a year it's chuck radio now being joined by richard green doug and richard in the l a entering there and he is any of the locker of common sense dat commonsense dad dot com the author of freezing children other people want to be around touches let that title run that tied the led by the way richard thank you that's an absolute great great tell you know so it you have some really great tips really great tips so let's let's talk about the so it's not too late to make worse resolutions to raise great kids it's the middle of january it was so be broken on new year's resolutions and we're back to where we were in december any silly for many parents they're looking for would prefer way to raise their children to be respect for right couple successful adults and then it's not too late well it is not too late the certainly if you've laid some groundwork and and the resolution that i did ryan to some degree a resolution of the one can make it any time and should participate in at all the time and i think they're actually easier than the kind of resolutions that most people make the trigger loose waiter to stop smoking or you know whatever it might be if we what i think is that you know children the reflection of the behavior of their parents in many ways so we have to do it enough our at but also include our children in it so no with a first regulation is typically to teacher kids to leave a thrill of people behind them have nothing but night thing to say and right you do that they've.