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The Red Wave is Coming

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

The Red Wave is Coming

"I talk about the red wave a lot. Look at Columbia South Carolina this week. This is a blue city. You know, Richland Richland county. 30 years of Democrat mares. The Republican won this week. Biden took Richland county by 38 points, I think. Republican won this week. The red wave

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GOP Defeats Obama-Endorsed Mayoral Candidate in Reliably Blue Columbia, South Carolina

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

GOP Defeats Obama-Endorsed Mayoral Candidate in Reliably Blue Columbia, South Carolina

"The Democrats flooded Columbia South Carolina with endorsements for a mayoral candidate there named tamika Isaac divine. Obama endorsed her Jim Clyburn was heavily invested in her victory. Now this is Columbia South Carolina, and I know a little bit about South Carolina. I'm in. I'm in South Carolina today. In the upstate. In the Greenville Spartanburg Anderson area. I lived here, love the area. This is like home away from home for me, and I hope you don't mind me sharing my deep affection. For the people and the community of the upstate of South Carolina. Colombia is blue. Colombia is Richland county, Colombia, not elections in county, but Richland county is heavily Democrat. Biden carried Richland county by 38 points. All right? So it gives you an idea of the makeup of Columbia South Carolina. Guess what? The Republican Daniel Rick and man defeated the Democrat during Tuesday nights mayoral election. He won by four percentage points. Again, this was a race where the Democrat machine was heavily invested in trying to push tamika Isaac Devine over the finish line. Obama released an audio message to support him. Here's what's important. Colombia has been led by democratic mayors for 30 years the red wave is coming.

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"richland" Discussed on Welcome To Reinvention

Welcome To Reinvention

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on Welcome To Reinvention

"Tea and then the protege but a protege is really solan that you. You're really grueling. To be your next newly you have brought it protege. You're growing to be your next. The mench he may not be your next report yourself into the and they may take the part of you that they have and they have received in gold use it to execute an area of life that they need to execute our stood. I know our lady's right now. They take everything in where such a studious group at as well as type ange. We're always looking to grow. Is i know. They're looking right now in their lives at sea. Okay gladis five key. People have these five key relationships. What happens if we don't what is danger or did here. It's cheat falls that could happen. We don't have these necessarily relationships internet established. So i don't think not having. These relationships are going to hinder you from surviving but they will hinder you from thriving in that deer for the differences. Third hand is different. between average. in above average anybody can be average. We were all created equally where we came to. This aren't we were created with hands to to move to mobilize the majority of people all over the world. We have two hands so we're able to get by. Were able to be able to survive. But very few people to small percentage of people that succeed to really go on to do what they really feel called to do in those. Are that people that have that extra hair. I know many of you are gave. I want that extra hand. I mentioned schumer. I have all had in my life because like like you're in. The city is so important to ride. Frights why he did when you could be great. Why be averaging go to the next level in really get everything that we're supposed to experience have the ways themselves the pullback in connected so important having that extra hint as she said to detonate work in our favor would else do. We need to know about these relationships. One of the things about these relationships. You have to realize one question that most people ask that. I want to answer that what you realize that these relationships can be. You can't have one person that may be your friend and maybe your mentor. Maybe your coach but the only challenge with that is that you don't allow them to be what they need to be in any given moment then you may need to find someone else to could fill that position so if your friend there the moments you need to be your coach or your mentor. And you weren't allow her to be the you need to find someone that you would allow to have that position. Speak over your life in this particular way. So even though they can be interchangeable or intertwine it is so important that if you do not have the ability to allow them to be then make sure you have five separate people. That's i've even seen that in my life. One particular ship comes to mind where we were friends. And they were trying to go beyond that boundary with for new wasn't working because i didn't feel that they had earned that position Their lifestyle is in alignment with what them share each side needed. Just a little bit more from them or so much in a different place to be able to shed that light. Really take me to the next level in a way that i felt that was in ruins. Second definitely relate to that and that's very very important for us to know is to know who you're willing to receive from. No we went to receive from in. Who's going to impact your life. One of the things that i tell people that i am coaching people that i a mentor. And even my children and my daughter's one of the things i say is we know who you become the people you hang around till the question you have to ask yourself in the midst of your fight. You're here five people your head. Who am i becoming. Who are becoming an abuser becoming someone that you do not desire to be an hour made them necessarily mean you become a back person. You're just not becoming the person that you know. You are called to be then. Perhaps this is your third your third hair. 'cause a lot of times people in our lives. They help us become but they may be helping. You become the role thing because the wrong way like sewer you clearly. Now you're biz in your mission. What you're called to do in the journey that you were created to walk on so you can know what five people you need to help you get there because people are going to help you where the right around. You're going to be helped you either. Going to be helped to do wrong or help to do right wing. God bless you. He seems a person you lie but when the enemy wants to car shoe he sends a person to your life as well. I love that key question. Who are you becoming. Who are you becoming as it relates to each relationship as it relates to eat connected point in connection in our lives so so good. Do you have anything else. You wanna add before we wrap up this council pat session. I do. I do one of the things you just said is about cool. You becoming you guys. It is very important that you'd be very strategic and very intentional by children your hand. You're you're five people for your third hand because all of them have to be sending you down the same path this hey and works together so even when you're making a selection of these five people there's going to be a part of your extra hand your third hand please. Make sure they're working together. My five fingers on my hand. They worked together to grip to hold to carry to pull to push. They worked together. So make sure you're making choice of your third hand. That every relationship from this third hand works together. I love it. That's good. That's good. And i just say this from mnt perspective sometimes those relationships. Y'all take some time to discover right so don't feel that pressure on yourself right now to have into no. We're all of those are going right. Sometimes you know you got e. r. Walked with the relationship to some little bit to see richland to see how it's developing but as soon as you can get a better since for this was the weights developing the young now. This person needs to stay there Connected to the hand by decide if they're all working together then you could make a decision from there correct excellent. This has been so good. I love that we got to have this. Little fireside chats our resident mentor ch and a leadership development expert sharing robinson. We will definitely be back with more..

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"richland" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Radio app is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview if they haven't landed yet If they haven't landed yet, then we're going to have to spend the holidays listening to our father Go on about landing the SAS in a in a storm, except he's going to call it a hurricane. I talked to Mom when they were in the air. They were 20 minutes out, and that was three hours ago. Right? The other coming on my phone to kids. Something's happening, she said. Some things I love you both had is The last thing my mom ever sent me was a text message, it said. Something's wrong. Your dad is my dad is what exactly Mom? What is he? Tragic news out of the Caribbean this evening where Dr Peter Richland is feared Death. Richland. From wondering. The makers of Dirty John and Dr Death comes Blood ties, a new scripted audio drama starring Gillian Jacobs, Josh Gad and Amy Landeck. My name is Gillian Jacobs and I play Eleanor Richland. I'm Josh Gad and I'm playing Michael in blood ties, Michael Michael Rich Lynge Ridgeland Like the company, Workforce. Blood ties is mystery.

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"richland" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

The Win-Win Effect

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

"Not going to perform to an optimal level not my parents. It's not like teachers in mentioned this to them. Okay and they just. I wouldn't say that. I was stupid but they have also come back parents to listen to this and know that i'm not. This is not an insult but when their first child was handicapped. Nothing's wrong with them. Seem appoint nothing's wrong with him too strong and and i couldn't admit that something was wrong because there's a fear of that being accepted so there's always about being is a demon. We talked about this last week. So there's a deep. It was deeply ingrained inside of myself. There's a lot of pressure that i'm the first shot to deal to walk. Talk scream shout. Play and i was really good at sports but i always wanted to be the best at whatever i did and that was seeking approval because of hey look at me and that came from the guilt not in shame and fear and all that stuff right so me understanding that now is made me powerful in. Yeah because i don't try to tell them that. They did something wrong with the best that they could do with the situation. They don't know. And i'm more of a nurturing like listen i'm gonna give him a hug like just relax. I'm not stupid. Look look look what i've done with my life but it's not about what i've done is about what you allowed me to be able to do. Yeah you know so. It's like a shared legacy thing but if you're looking back at this people have misuse of that information when it comes to. Adhd medication right. The medication does has a cannery active. Feeling because it's like a narcotic supplement supplement. I'm the it depends you can do. I mean yes and normally it's it would depend richland common Trump that they use for people with so that what that does and the reason why when they put me on..

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"richland" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Heart radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview. If they haven't landed yet, if they haven't landed yet, then we're going to have to spend the holidays. Listening to our father Go on about landing Assassin A in the storm, except he's gonna call it a hurricane. I talked to Mom when they were in the air. They were 20 minutes out, and that was three hours ago. Right? Yeah, they're coming on my phone to kids. Something's happening. She says something I love you. Both Dad is The last thing my mom ever sent me was a text message. It said something is wrong. Your dad is My dad is what exactly Mom? What is he? Tragic news out of the Caribbean this evening where? Dr Peter Richland. It's weird death. Rachel. From wondering. The makers of Dirty John and Dr Death comes Blood ties, a new scripted audio drama starring Gillian Jacobs, Josh Gad and Amy Landeck. My name is Gillian Jacobs and I play Eleanor Richland. I'm Josh Gad and I'm playing Michael in blood ties, Michael Michael Rich Lynge Ridgeland like the company. Sports. Now I'm WBZ NewsRadio straight losses for the Red Sox despite a pair of two run homers from Bobby Dall back to continue his hot five weeks stretch 12 7 defeat at the hands of the East leading raise and water. Rodriguez failed to make it out of the fourth inning and gave up six runs, including too long balls. Man drowns Cora.

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"richland" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

Journalism.co.uk podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

"It's it's all part of the same plan it call. One of my favorite bands is actually from ohio. Wonder if they ever played a venue. That who betty that from our higher. What part of ohio columbus ohio. You know what. I don't know on friday night some states if you can put them what i with kaiser he's he's a gentleman in charge of this. He actually works in source brand solutions. But i'll look and see if he can get to the on the schedule. They're bit loud. Cy fair wound. Won't we have a couple of bands come in next week Something like some like bone saw or something like that. So i think you know loud loud is not a problem i mean i'm just saying expect martius as well you know. What if if if if having a mosh pit makes you You know hang out with us original source. An idea works. Come masha way call. What would you say is your top skill as federal well in your career Curiosity curiosity. I get that one. Yeah i i like to know how and why things work So i don't think you can be a journalist and not have a good natural curiosity. There's there's if you don't have that thing that i'm not sure what else what else you can do. Can you teach will acquire that skill. You know i. I don't know if you can. I'd like to think you can i. You know i was an old print newspaper editor for a lotta years But it's one of those things where you can develop it. You can help. Someone develop it. But i don't know if you can instill it but fortunately in the forty years. Plus i've been doing this. I've never come across a good reporter. Who doesn't have that kind of curiosity seeming. You do the foundation that how do you get better at in curious. If that makes sense if you have a reporter who is at least curious about something encourage them to report on that something you know if you have a reporter and the only thing you're interested in writing about is the local music scene. Well don't stick them on city council meetings because they don't care about that yet you know this is say it's a young person right out of college and they are really into local music. Well let them take their curiosity in that interest and go do it. Let them blow. Blow it out of the water this. Knock yourself out 'cause once they see the process and they see the reaction then. I think you start planning seeds. You know what. Maybe i can report on something else as well but don't force them you know. Don't pound the square peg into the round hole. It might eventually be pounded and but it's pretty soon going to be broken so find out what they're interested in and let them be curious about that call. This has been an absolute clause. Thank you so much for your time and insights coming on the podcast. Been a real pleasure jacob. It's been my pleasure. Thank you very much. Thanks for cared about what we do at at richland source and alec forty booking that that you'll at your venue saying i'm gonna get done here. I'm gonna sit. Zach is her an email and say hey what about bear tooth really interesting conversation with call them and i think lots to take away from this one if you wanna say something like this up in your local area. Let's say the key ingredients are an existing foundation of trust with your community number one a bunch of venues which are set up for round table discussions side avoid lecture halls budget for food and drinks. That always helps a good sense of timing but also the humility to do it. That's what we have time for this week. Thank you so much for listening. Vinho striking grainger farner. What for me if you like what you heard today team back in next week for so two of the series where we'll hear from the seattle times on how crowdfunding philanthropy is keeping newsroom staff and their investigations on going through a period of uncertainty had great success in the philanthropic world with corporate entities and community foundations family foundations We have not really gone to grassroots fundraising in the ways that others have successfully done. Investigative journalism fund was meant to do that to empower us to individual owners and philanthropists to contribute to our journalism. It a little bit different way so it has been quite successful..

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"richland" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

Journalism.co.uk podcast

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

"So with election season approaching in early november. What exactly is different. This time around. They are starting later in mid september. Give them just shy of a two month window to mark the event events happening on monday evenings six to seven. Pm in the evening to be exact with the option to stick around. If the conversation is healthy and lively it has been expanded to have at least one meeting in knox county ashland county which they also did not have been twenty-nine besides finding more suitable venues and the prospect of an outsource moderator. Obviously the big difference. This time around is covert nineteen in ohio. There is no official. Mosque mandate from the governor but the center for disease control and richland public health is encouraging mosques to be worn in venues as such. They are planning to set up. An online option. Crowd cost facebook live but the strong preference remains to do these events in a safe venue in light tober that also planning to the eighth city council is on the ballot. Come into idea. Works where richard sources based where they'll also invite their members first and then members of the public afterwards to come for a meeting. Great if you will. But i'll let call tell me more about the details that right and what we wanna do is invite these folks to come in. And let's say it's the two candidates for the first ward. I have them sit up front with me. We'll give them a microphone and unfortunate that i've been covering city council here for a while i i know some of the issues and we'll just have a chat. Don't want okay. Got one minute to make an opening statements in thirty seconds for no that. Let that happen. You know with presidential candidates these your local people who want to help lead a city. Let's just have a chat. You know that that's far more important to me to someone you know thinking about replicating this elsewhere. Maybe in the. Us may be abroad here in the uk. What do you think those people need to know again. We were blessed before we started this and that we have built kind of a reputation and a brand and we are seen as someone who is trusted. if you are not a trusted or well-trusted in your community I will work on that. I you know before you tried to engage the community in something like this Spent some time spent some effort doing the kinds of things that brings the community into a partnership with you. You know before we ever did this. We had five or six years of you know building within the community of people. We did a survey Back in january twenty twenty again before kobe hits was something between eighty two and eighty five percent of the people who took that survey said they very much trust richland source and someone who's been involved in the journalism business for forty two years That's an amazing number. Well for average just a little bit. But i you know having that trust is probably step one Once you've got that trust established and people know who you are and they trust you and what you're doing a planet out. I mean sit down and figure out what you wanna do. Maybe you don't wanna do six or seven or eight meetings Or discussions may be start off with a couple may be depending upon the size of of your community and the area that you're trying to address. I think from a personal standpoint. It's better to aim small and hit small than it is the aim big and miss. Well basically what i guess what. I'm trying to say. there is look know. Aim at what you can do. Don't try to come up with a big grandiose plan that you really might not meet because if you don't need it then you know you've got a expectations that people have for you that you've not met and maybe this wonderful positive thing you're trying to do comes off something less you know. It goes back to the old advertising message. Which is you know under promise and over deliver safer. Why is actually the the endgame heavy the grant that we originally there that we have that we're using this year was originally To help boost of voter participation unfortunately the year that we got the grant for was in was in Began a twenty twenty and obviously voter participation during a kobe year was something that's going to be hard to do driving that of so much. So much was changed. But yeah the the the idea is we want to engage people in the process and thereby give them to engage in the process. Whether that's by making sure they vote one of the things. We're going to do it. I should've mentioned this earlier. our friends from the richland county board of elections. They will bring a voting machine to each of these talk to vote sessions and they will demonstrate to the folks who in how to use it. it's not a complicated machine but it looks like a giant ipad and if you have some older folks who maybe aren't familiar with that kind of technology it gives them an opportunity in a very relaxed setting to learn how. How does this voting machine work and so we have good partnerships with the local board of elections along those lines. But the more we engage with people and the more we have them engaged with us the greater the response and i. I really do think that translates not only integrator voter participation but just in citizen engagement in their community thinking about having that goal. Which way do you approach. Do you approach bottom up so think about the steps to reach that goal of walking back down woods having the golden sandwich. How eventually funds down strategically how do you see that. I think i think you have to have the goal. I in our case it's to promote community engagement increase voter. Participation continued to build a partnership with the community. There are so many different things we do here. aside from this one of the things that we back was just last friday night. We do something called music after hours where we bring live bands indoor newsroom into idea works and we do free. Free concerts Friday night we had three different musicians. Who came in and played. We have food. We have beer It's free come in have seat enjoy. The music mean again. That's just part of us engaging with with the community. Those are things that we want to. You know come to journalism with us. You know this is not about us doing journalism for you. This is about us doing journalism with you. And the more things we can do to kind of establish those kind of ties with everybody in the community from the older folks. It's all the way down to the to the younger people you know..

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"richland" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

Journalism.co.uk podcast

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

"First start one of these meetings It's like it's almost like a grade. School dance nobody wants to be first to get up and dance. You know you're always waiting for somebody else to what we had to do is get somebody to get started and it was never failed. Once we broke the ice Almost everybody had something to say them. But given that first person to dance is Is is always the key. Did the pizza help pizza. Never heard When we had it here we also offered soft drinks when we did it at the any. Cic which is a north. End a community. Cooper here in town They had a election cupcakes. We're looking to do more of that. I think the more you can get people to relax with food and beverages and as long as everything within moderation the more we can get people to talk to more ideas we can get them to express the more well rounded the conversation and the more completes our citizens agenda will be serious the whether any safety concerns about putting all you know reporters in the public domain like this now. We don't live in a in a community where that was even thought people who understand us understand our brand understand we're about solutions were not about dividing were about. You know what what can bring us together. It was never a cross moment At at any of these sessions. And i don't think we anticipate them in twenty twenty one as well. I mean these are these are folks anybody who would take time out of their day or evening to come to something like this In our community. I think they've got the communities best interests at heart. I don't think anybody's gonna come. Because they have an interest in Raised a ruckus but it was. It was free to attend right. Any member of the public could come. Any member of the public had come. You didn't have to live as let's say you lived in third ward and the night of third meeting you were out of town come to the fourth ward meeting. Come to the fifth ward beating politicians. You might be a fourth ward candidate but you're more than welcome to come to any and all of them and we have several candidates ward candidates who did come to all of them. They wanted to hear what what people had to say. They kind of make as accessible as possible. I guess the takeaway exactly you want to have as few barriers as possible You know you're trying to grow engagement. Don't don't put doorways in the path of that sample still about the citizens agenda because is a super interesting part of the initiative as well That was that was free for any member of the public school. Check out afterwards right right. Our our website Just in general is free. It's been since we were founded in always be pre doesn't cost. We don't charge people to come come to our website. We were free site We we do have memberships. We encourage people to become members. But you don't have to When you become a member you basically saying. I choose to support independent online local journalism. But the thing about the citizens agenda once we put it together. We put it on the website. If you can access richland source you can go on there right now. Put citizens agenda in the search bar and it's it it will be there forever but the other thing we did is we printed out and we took it to council and said here. You go folks even if you didn't want to talk about it even if you don't come to our website Here it is and we handed out copies. And i think they were receptive for the most part again in right up until kobe hidden and everything kind of kind of stopped but initially. Did you see that readers took to wearing. We're engaging with it. yeah. I think you know. We always pay attention to what people are paying attention to on the website. I don't have any hard fast numbers in front of me. But i can tell you that it was downloaded. It was examined I'm grateful for the people whose comments helped form that agenda. And i'm grateful that i work in a community where the people who Our elected officials Also take time to look at it. It strikes me. This is also a great exercise and accountability because if a politician pledges that they've listened to their local residents and they're gonna actually deliver on those they ultimately you can pull up and say we'll by the way. Do we stand on this. Have you have you delivered right. You're one of our plans As the year went along twenty twenty was to do just that You know make a list of five or six things that were most important and as the year went along and especially as we got nearer to the end of the year is going to do an update. Where are we with this Which we will do next year. Assuming there's not some horrible illness chasing us all but the idea being that accountability is is is a huge part of this right right one thing. I'll just not through this conversation. We spike about basically free content for audiences these events of free for audiences materially produce the backup as free. Are you thinking about other ways to make this sustainable other than grant funding or do you say that as you say that is the main way to to fund this. There's there's a couple of a couple of things that were blessed with one is We have a group called news reporters. These are businesses organizations here in town that support us with their money. I go on our website and you look. There is a large number of what we call newsroom partners and basically they help fund the very things that we're doing already we can't thank them enough You know it's we're talking tens of thousands hundreds more than one hundred thousand dollars this year. and we also have partners. These are people who join us as members They put their money. It could be as little as five dollars a month or it could be more depending upon the the the amount of support they'd like to provide those are the things that drive us and you know we did this project in two thousand nineteen without any kind of grant funding and you know frankly we will do it again. if we didn't even if we didn't have grant funding this is something that we believe is so important to the community It's so on brand for what richland source stands for. We simply refuse to to cover politics elections the same way they kind of. It's always been done. Yeah and tons of just spreading the word marketing these These these events. How do you go about doing that. What will be your perch. Well our primary approach will be. We're gonna do stories News stories on our on our websites. We're going to have We're fortunate here at the at bridgestone source that we do have as part of our team. We have our own a source brand solutions. Which is a marketing arm. They do great work with various companies and businesses and organizations within the community and they were really smart people and they will help us come up with ideas for market this just a question on the is that like a direct one on one so of betabi. Communications type platform is and they are. I said They are part of us. I literally walk five feet from my desk and their source brand solutions right. They're sitting here and idea works and they will help us To promote and market this and we are looking at whether it makes sense to consider radio advertising whether it's I don't know the we'll go billboards but certainly that's a possibility. Anything we can to try to get the word out there to let people know these. These things are about to happen and that we very much love their participation.

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"richland" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

Journalism.co.uk podcast

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

"Something smart or experimental that they are doing in an effort to transfer their lessons and learnings across the newsroom's anywhere. Start the series with richmond. Source an independent hyppolite. Newsroom based in mansfield ohio. Now i spoke to the team way back in two thousand nine hundred about what they were calling their talk the vote initiative which was an exercise in listening to the concerns of local voters directly putting those concerns in front of politicians running for local elections in the form of a citizens agenda today. We very much checking back in with the initiative as it gives up for a second integration for their elections. This november join me is called hanell city editor of richland source and a staple figure in the talk. The vote sessions. He reflects on the changes. They're making this time around and tells you what you need to know if you wanna try out for yourself. That's coming up after this. Our digital journalism conference news. Rewired is back. He's taking place from the nineteenth of october. Twenty twenty one. Don't miss out on four days of expert panels and workshops which will focus on growing your audience in creating revenue for your newsroom. Take advantage of early bird for booking your place before the fifth of september and save yourself thirty pounds for the full gender tickets visit news wyatt dot com. Welcome to the journalism dakata. Uk podcast great to have you on great to be here jacob. Good to see you sir. Thanks for making the time. Can you give our listeners. A snapshot of your working situation at the moment We are at richland source which is a digital media company in mansfield ohio Town of about forty six hundred forty six to forty eight thousand people depending upon He who you ask. And what the latest census numbers are We are the county seat of richland county ohio. We are located halfway between columbus. Ohio and cleveland ohio. We're just about right in the middle so you can get either one of those metro areas In just about an hour right back in the office old working from high as a matter of fact of i'll be honest with you jacob I haven't stopped coming to the office. we are blessed that we are in a very large space Place called idea works and it is a co sharing space. there are other companies and businesses. That have people here and For months and months it was usually just me and the managing editor coming in every day. A lot of our staff worked from home Worked remotely but yeah. I've i've not stopped coming to the office since since this all began. It's always great to see people in the office and a what is normally retained to wet but it seems like this is a status quo. Ready for you than i guess. Journalism i think is done best In an office that has people you bounce ideas off each other. Everybody has knowledge that they can share about a particular story We can critique each other. We can complement each other and yet we did have daily kind of zooms staff meetings wherever all the reporters and editors got involved. But from my standpoint. I learned more In my first week in a newspaper. Newsroom than i did in four years in college. Yeah you talk sean. How mansfield has a population of forty six forty seven thousand people. That's not a high number. I f- i have to ask. What kind of coverage thinking politically. Hey really matters to an audience size of that of that number. What the nice thing about what we do is we are hyper local. You know we're not if you're coming to our website you're not coming to us for news out of washington. Dc sometimes may be out of columbus. Which is the state capital. But when you come to us for political information you're looking for city council races county. Commissioner races Township trustee races school board races very intensely. Local information not some balls of democracy. I'm michael that exactly and To me as someone who's done this for a couple of years. Now it's it's the most important information richland sauce is small same with a big mission just a backup slightly a local businessman by the name of franek founded richland source in two thousand thirteen. Tell the entire story. The good and bad of the city of mansfield. Which in itself is the county seat of richland county in ohio and it has since expanded to serve neighboring counties to buy twenty nine thousand nine they barged an idea from jay rosen a well-known professor at new york university to stray away from horserace political coverage who leading and who is not an instead gain a deeper understanding of local tensions talked the vote initiative was set up to venture into six wards of mansfield which in itself has six city council people running for election and two at large candidates who represent the entire city in each over six weeks. They found a venue where members of the public were free to attend roundtable style discussions with one simple question on the agenda. What do you want to hear. Candidates talk about as they compete fuel. Vote in other words. This is your chance to tell you. Potential elected officials. What you care about it was a question nuance in local politics. But also an attempt to engage the community you might otherwise not be with the add a target of boosting voter turnout encouraging people to attend more local meetings or actually running for office themselves but then after the finished they produced citizens agenda we go back to call to find out more about that and we made a promise when we did that When that process was complete we would compile that information and something called the citizens agenda which we did a it was a I think eight or ten page publication that we put together We publish it on our website but more importantly at the first mansfield city council meeting in january of two thousand twenty I took i took copies. And i gave it to the mayor. I gave it to the law director. I gave it to a public works director. Everybody on city council and said folks here is what your constituents said is important to them. And what do you plan to do with it. Kind of question wanna get is was it successful. Here's one of those on an unfortunate things jacob. i believe it was successful because i think planted the seeds for doing it more and doing a deeper We had planned to do several What we call solutions journalism stories based upon. What people told us the they would like to have happened in the city. We did the very first one of those because one of the things we heard most often from people was that mansfield had become the wild west of trash collection. We literally have trash haulers racing around the city at all hours of the day and night a trash is being left out too long a trash is being spread out and that was one of the big concerns so the first thing we did i started it in january of twenty twenty and it took about a month to put it all together was what do how do other cities of comparable size and ohio. Handle trash so. I did some investigating some calling places like lancaster. Ohio springfield ohio medina ohio citizen of comparable size and said. How do you folks handle your trash. And what i did then before part series. I did a store that said how did mansfield get to become the wild west trash second part. What is the current situation with with trash and illegal dumping things like that then..

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"richland" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Community is almost unanimously opposed to protect small town one mile square. Four hundred thirty five people richland gets lots of traffic though. Nobody can remember the last time there was a serious accident but if everybody has to buckle up or pay a ten dollar fine businessmen say they'll stop and shop and get their haircut somewhere else. Customers agree you made me stop. Did seat you move a little bit further. I stop here but him. Then i moved for the cornick. Go to hide fish during the cpa on all of a sudden somebody sees me sit. There cost you ten dollars. Like i think many of them are mad enough about it so that they're not going to run the risk of ticket. Meanwhile the town council standing by it's gotten people think that they're going to be harassed and and this is not our intent at all they're intent they say is to save lives. Set a good example. There's election here. in march. by then the towns to police officers will likely be enforcing a new seat belt. Ordinance after then there might be a new city council now. Does all that sound familiar. I mean i feel like. I've heard that same interview but about masks vaccines. Maybe even in the state of michigan. How dare you tell me what to do. The month. after that. Report of march nineteen eighty-four. Richland village voted the seat belt. Ordinance down one hundred and forty five to fifty one. They were overruled by a michigan state. Law the following year and eventually forty nine states in the union pass laws mandating seatbelts across country. There was a faction of people. Resist it under no circumstances. Do they want to be required to wear a seatbelt. I oppose it on the basis that it replaces the free will of the individual. What the desires of the state you can't you can't do things. They think that it's necessary. The question here is whether we have the right whether we have a responsibility whether we have the judgment deter to the citizens of the state and be there in nineteen eighty-four big brother. I actually just recently learned something from my aunt. My dad's sister about my grandfather. I loved very much. Roger hayes nicknamed the bear he was airline pilots whole life and absolute committed conservative. Staunch republican devout catholic went to mass. Every day incredibly pro-life hated. Communism really hated big brother and the government and i just refused to wear a seat belt out of a kind of ideological commitment to personal autonomy until it became law. And then you know what he did. He buckled up. A lot of people did that once they were forced to they. Just suck it up and did it. Stop being a debate and what happened was a lot of lives got saved. This chart shows the drop in the rate of fatalities per one hundred million vehicle. Miles traveled since nineteen eighty. The first mandatory seep law was in new york in nineteen eighty-four. Now again in this circumstance. I don't think the government like states should be requiring vaccines right now just because i think that is likely to create as much backlash as it does compliance but instead what we're seeing states doing the opposite i mean. Several republican runs states have stepped in to ban private from requiring vaccines. In addition to alabama's i mentioned earlier. Those bans are in place in florida. And iwa montana texas florida's even trying to get the cdc to stop requiring cruise ships of all things to require vaccination. I mean that's way way way more insane to me than telling municipalities can't require their own drivers to buckle up. We also live in a different media environment near twenty twenty one and to be honest i do not know if the seat belt debate would have gone the same way. Fox news was around in nineteen eighty-four. I mean they probably would have been hosts on air every night urging people to drive around at seventy miles an hour without a seat belt in the front seat because they had the freedom to launch their heads through windshields and if they died that way well they died for freedom like soldiers on the battlefield martyrs to the cause of freedom just like how donald trump told americans to get out there and martyr themselves for freedom in the face of cohen. But what did happen with the seat belt debate is that eventually both the law and the culture changed and wearing your seatbelt became a norm and people stopped.

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"richland" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

Pro Business Channel

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

"Alcohol with differentiates them how to make cocktail with the proper technique. All these different things that actually you could take home with you. Okay and doing your own home bars because it's kind of like a wine tasting. It's like you get to experience it but a lot of times. You don't know all the varieties and you have how many how many going on here talks about what you have on this year. So we've got. We are focused. Small craft distilleries that we work with. And what have we wrought. Today is all local distilleries. So we've got some really interesting products We have a still pond two nine vodka. Which is out of arlington georgia. Richland rom which is out of richland. Some of the rich run please. Yeah you want to start serving. Get right to it. Yeah some of the guys who radio. Yeah go ahead sir actually. Let's let's start with the okay. Okay and we'll just do. Little little tastes little taste so madonna. You make asip last time. We did this. I i enjoy my adult beverages. But i have to be honest. You'll see right away. That craig you may need to take over here in a minute. Because i'm a lightweight. Clearly show whatever is bracket. Barely do this while. i'm sober. Yeah breakfast podcast. There was a difference. I'm learning passes around to oliver guests. So we're so what does different than still pond like. I said it's at arlington georgia. And they actually good stuff So are at arlington. Georgia's down in south georgia. They've had a muslim and keep serving. Your you know you're going to sample you. remember sports. Pass to craig. Just in case i'd say he can smell it and experience and then he could pass it over to me so these guys actually have a musk farm there and the base of this is corn and muscatine so they use the musk lines that they grow down there in the in the vodka they make Which is really cool. There's only two producers in georgia that actually grow their own base and.

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"richland" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on KOMO

"From Richland, who refused to provide arrangements for a same sex wedding. I'm Carlene Johnson. Come on his time. 54 Marina Rock injure with our traffic on the force from the Dupin Law Group Traffic center and a lot of people out there, Marina. There is but I mentioned before where I was really kind of expecting a much, much worse gridlock today. Now that's not to say we don't have some backups we do. South 25 is slow at 3/20 in federal way down into five along the way just south of Highway 18 a collision. Picks up the right lane. South bound 167 is slow from highway 18 to Ellingson and then again from 24th to Highway 4 10. It's going to be sluggish in Lakewood south on I five from highway 5 12. And then that's going to be through JPL. I'm down to about Main Gate Kind of slow to and Lacey down through Olympia. We are looking at slowdowns west on Highway 16. After you come off of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge off and on towards Gig Harbor south around four or five is actually improved. Just some slowdowns from southeast eight and Bellevue to Newcastle. Southbound I five is slow through the U District. And Everett North and I five is sluggish from about 41st on up to the first accident. Mary's felt this look at traffic is sponsored by Beacon Plumbing, heating and electric called Beacon today and save $50 on all heating and air conditioning. Just call 1 800 freaking and stop beacon called Bacon. Next coma traffic at 5 14. Here's Shannon O'Donnell with the forecast. Well, T g I F the first one of the month of July. And Of course, it's our holiday weekend. We're heading toward the fourth and Independence Day. Overall, it's a beautiful weekend to come. It no longer looks quite as toasty as it had a few days ago. We're going to park things on either side of 80 for the next couple of days.

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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Baker in Same-Sex Wedding Cake Case

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Baker in Same-Sex Wedding Cake Case

"A right to refuse services for same sex wedding ceremonies. This case involves Arlene's Flowers in Richland, which refused to provide flowers for a same sex wedding argue waited, arguing it violated their religious beliefs. The high court is declining to take up the appeal to a lower court ruling crew members are safe after a Boeing cargo

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"richland" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Peter Richland is feared Death. Richland. From wondering the makers of Dirty John and Dr Death comes Blood ties. A new scripted audio drama starring Gillian Jacobs, Josh Gad and Amy Landeck. Er My name is Gillian Jacobs and I play Eleanor Richland. I'm Josh Gad and I'm playing Michael in blood ties, Michael Michael Richland, Richland, Like the company, you work for blood ties is mystery intrigue, revenge. You really don't know what exactly is going on? You don't know what anyone's agenda really is. Blood ties. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one Looking back at the world of sports. It's the I Heart Radio Week in sports Time capsule, happy Sports fans. It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history, we'll start off. 19 Oh, four in ST Louis, where the games of the Third Olympiad opened the first held in the United States. 12 Nations took part this week in 1920, Washington Senators pitching legend Walter Johnson No hits The Boston Red Sox wanted nothing at Fenway Park, the only no hitter of his illustrious career. This week in 1966, Billie Jean King beats Maria Bueno of Brazil, 633661 at Wimbledon for the first of her 12 Grand Slam single. Titles staying in tennis this week in 1977, Sweden's Beyond Bored beats Jimmy Connors 3662615764 for the second, There's a little box bottom saw. Katie.

"richland" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on AP News

"Of Richland, Kennewick and Pascoe. Serena Williams withdrew from her first round matchup Wimbledon the day after losing her footing and hurting her left leg and the first set of the match against 1/100, ranked Alexandra Sazanovich, Belarus. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News For the first time Major League Baseball is disciplining a pitcher for using grip enhancing foreign substances. Seattle Mariners pitcher Hector Santiago has been suspended for 10 games. He was ejected from a game Sunday. An umpire checked his glove in the fifth inning. He said he just killed some stuff sticky on the inside. I would love. Um so all I used was rising. I mean, I used on both sides, arms sweat, trying to keep that sweat from dripping down to the hands. Rosin is approved for you. Since Santiago says he understands the rules. I'm gonna use rise and that's what that's what we got. I don't want this to be a big thing turned out to be a big thing. Santiago is appealing the suspension under the crackdown that started last week. All pitchers are being checked by umpires during games for illicit grip enhancing substances. I'm Ed Donahue, Mike Rossi, a reporting the U. S. House of Representatives votes to ease the entry process for Afghan interpreters. The House of Representatives has passed legislation to make it easier for Afghans who worked for the American military or NATO to relocate to the United States. The legislation drew bipartisan support and past 3 66 46 as part of a combination of seven bills. It now goes to the Senate. Under the bill, former interpreters, drivers and others who supported the U. S military or NATO will no longer be required to get a medical examination in Afghanistan as part of the process to secure a special immigrant visa. Instead upon arrival in the U. S. They will have 30 days to get the exam. US. And NATO troops are withdrawing from Afghanistan. The last of Germany's troops withdrew on Tuesday Might cross CIA Washington It's Macy's July 4th cell with an extra.

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"richland" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Radio and podcasts. All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview If they haven't landed yet, if they haven't landed yet, then we're gonna have to spend the holidays. Listening to our father Go on about landing the Cessna in a storm except he's gonna call it a hurricane. I talked to Mom when they were in the air. They were 20 minutes out, and that was three hours ago. Right? Yeah, they're coming on my phone to kids. Something's happening. She said some things I love you both dad is The last thing my mom ever sent me was a text message, it said. Something's wrong. Your dad is My dad is what exactly Mom? What is he? Tragic news out of the Caribbean this evening where Dr Peter Richland is feared Dead Richland. From wondering. The makers of Dirty John and Dr Death comes Blood ties, a new scripted audio drama starring Gillian Jacobs, Josh Gadd and Amy Landeck. My name is Gillian Jacobs and I play Eleanor Richland. I'm Josh's dad, and I'm playing Michael. Oh, boy, This is really unlike anything we've seen around here in decades. This'll very public allegation, not naming Tate Anderson. But talking about this public official committing these horrific rapes and we'll play.

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"richland" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on KTOK

"Heart radio app is number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview If they haven't landed yet, if they haven't landed yet, then we're gonna have to spend the holidays. Listening to our father Go on about landing the Cessna in a storm except he's gonna call it a hurricane. I talked to Mom when they were in the air. They were 20 minutes out, and that was three hours ago. Right? Yeah, they're coming on my phone to kids. Something's happening, she says so much. I love you Bowe. Dad is the last thing my mom ever sent me It was a text message, it said Something's wrong. Your dad is my dad is what exactly Mom? What is he Tragic news out of the Caribbean this evening where Dr Peter Richland is feared dead. Rachel. From wondering the makers of Dirty John and Dr Death comes Blood ties, a new scripted audio drama starring Gillian Jacobs, Josh Gadd and Amy Landeck. My name is Gillian Jacobs and I play Eleanor Richland. I'm Josh's dad, and I'm playing Michael in blood ties. Michael Michael Richland FRIDGE land Like the company, you work for. Blood ties is mystery.

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Army Trainee Charged After Hijacking School Bus

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Army Trainee Charged After Hijacking School Bus

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a U. S. army trainee is facing multiple charges after allegedly hijacking a school bus and army trainee from fort Jackson South Carolina has been arrested and charged with dozens of crimes after authorities say he boarded a school bus with a gun Thursday and held the driver and elementary students hostage around seven AM the trainee ran off the post with a rifle according to Richland County sheriff Leon Lott after trying to flag down several cars according to calls to deputies the trainee boarded a school bus and shouted at the driver to close the door and drive he was on the bus for a total of six minutes the suspect was arrested by deputies while running through an area neighborhood hi Mike Crossey up

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Soldier charged after video of confrontation with Black man

America's First News

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Soldier charged after video of confrontation with Black man

"Are investigating a soldier caught on video accosting and shoving A black man in a South Carolina neighborhood. 42 year old Jonathan Pentland was arrested Wednesday and charged with Third degree assault. A Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott, credited the person who recorded the encounter. Very disturbing video that form that we're not gonna tolerate or conducting in Richmond County and message I want to give is that when something like that happened Sheriff Department's on that very swiftly. And we're gonna hold those responsible for those accountable. We're not gonna let people be bullies in our community. And if you are and you're gonna answer for it, and that's what we've done in this case. Space first came to our attention on Monday when I give his responded and took initial report. They did a good job at that point because they didn't rush to make judgments. They took the information have asked our investigators Investigators got yesterday. But the wrong with most valuable pieces of evidence we had was the video. I want to thank whoever is responsible for that video. Thank you for doing that. That shows we're talking community can do when we work together, taking videos reporting stuffed us. Our initial call came from a citizen that lived in that community who saw the confrontation and call, the sheriff's department reported The Ducks. That's what we asked our citizens to their When there's something going on in the community called. Let us respond that we could get involved and we can take care of it. And that's what happened in this case. Now the video doesn't show it started the conflict throughout the three minute video, though Pentland Continuously demands that the other man leave the neighborhood getting in his face at one point, pushing the man who almost falls to the ground. Officials at Fort Jackson, the army's largest basic training facility, said Wednesday they are Looking into the incident. On the

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Says Businesses Need Protection From ‘Frivolous’ COVID-19 Lawsuits

Rick Roberts

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Says Businesses Need Protection From ‘Frivolous’ COVID-19 Lawsuits

"Raise. Having a Greg Abbott. Getting behind small businesses is the Texas economy looks to bounce back from the pandemic. During a small business roundtable at Bison coolers in North Richland Hills governor Abbott urged lawmakers to pass legislation that would provide liability protection surrounding Cove into businesses. Texas businesses and their employees should not have their livelihood destroyed. Bye. Prevalence Lawsuits another key tool to recovery Low Rinko VID trends, The governor says the state's hospitalization and positivity rates are both the lowest the status

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Body of missing Ohio woman found in trunk of her car, investigators say

Glenn Beck

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Body of missing Ohio woman found in trunk of her car, investigators say

"Reported missing from Richland County was found in the trunk of a car on Columbus is Westside. Richland County Sheriff Steve Sheldon says the remains of 33 year old Melinda Davis were located in her car. On Sunday. The vehicle was brought back to Richmond County to be processed by Ohio BC I Melinda Davis's body was located in front of you. Local rich in county coroner's office, and Dr Burwell responded to the scene. Melinda Davis was transported Montgomery County for an autopsy. Davis was reported missing. February 27th. Her ex boyfriend, John Mack Jr. Was arrested on kidnapping charges. Shelton says more charges are expected to be filed against Mac used

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The Unrelenting Force of Dawn Staley

The Lead

05:52 min | 1 year ago

The Unrelenting Force of Dawn Staley

"So josh. He recently had a long conversation with basketball. Legend dawn. staley. I for those who might be less familiar with her career and background. Can you give us a quick snapshot of just what this woman has accomplished. Well i don't know if i can do it quickly. It's a long list. She was a two time. Ncwa player of the year. At virginia she went on to be named one of the wnba. Top fifteen players of all time daily off screen getting that bit rates jabber every time. She comes down with a line drive. She has a board time olympia and as the player time overall including her coaching career. Staley underneath will sell it. Twenty three game winning streak for the united states. She went directly into head. Coaching style was never an assistant coach. Her first job was the head coach at temple and she came to south carolina following a fairly long career temple and has taken south carolina from okay program to a national championship in two thousand seventeen. South carolina spectacular. Performance chappie you dug pretty deep into you. Don staley's background her early background. Can you tell us about her early days and her family growing up well. She grew up one a big family lot five kids. The matriarch of the family was estelle salia housekeeper. They grew up in a housing project in north philadelphia. Not easy but still staley was a disciplinarian in her daughter's words and everybody knows my mother. She's a headstrong woman. She's deceased now but she was known for her straight took. No nonsense backed down from nobody. You did not take her parking spot at the mall without a fight etc and down has carried that onto a much larger stage so just a very tight family and still somebody who's very much shaped by her mother and be the course of north philadelphia where she played against boys for most of her childhood and became not just very good but very tough. The neighborhood i grew up in you had to make sure that you had a reputation as being strong then back now from anybody was able to handle anything that was throwing your way and that has prepared me for any curve balls. Life can throw me north philly. Tough was the word her brother used. And they don't throw that around lightly a connection between the way she was raised where she grew up and the kind of basketball coach that she's become a where she was raised in where she grew up has affected every part of her. She is not a person who on some days. It's easy to play for our imagine especially early in her tenure at south carolina there were players who left the program high profile players. Who left the program. I would think don stay. They would tell you. She may not be for everybody because she is not going to suffer any foolishness. She will defend those players outside the program to the end of the earth. But that doesn't mean that she's going to give them an inch when they're in her. Jim staley has also become one of the more outspoken coaches and all of college basketball and josh recently wrote that quote staley. Mary's attributes that many have decided are incompatible. What did you mean by that. Well she's just fascinating to me because she is a black woman in the state of south carolina who has been pretty clear that she's not donald trump supporter. This is a state that voted for donald trump. So she's really walking a fine line there when she's got a lot of fans in a red state and she's pretty blue person but she's also shares a very strong christian faith with most south carolinians. She has been outspoken about police. Brutality inequality in the policing system at the same time. She's a special deputy at the rich county sheriff's office. She regularly rides armed with rich. County sheriff's deputies on their patrols. I do think that's relatable the coaches like some of the things that they do the de-escalate or tactics they use is relatable to deal with every day. Leon lot longtime sheriff of richland county said to me. If she wasn't a basketball coach she'd be a cop. She's just got that demeanor. Help people i mean. And that's what law enforcement should be about is about helping people and she wants to know people. She has a gift to gab. She can talk. Do you have to have good communications. Feel today law enforcement officer. She has that so you can't put her in a box and that's fascinating to me. How do you think she navigates. Straddling all of those worlds. She said to me that she is not stressed. I can't be anybody but me but at the same time you know. Most people here at south carolina in south carolina. Accept me for who. I am and i'm good with that and i'm good the ones that don't but i don't think there's a grand plan. I don't think she has an outline. I think she takes every interaction every moment and she deals with it very reflexively face what you could teach me something you can over me up to see things a little bit differently then. She's not a person who will not listen to somebody who has a different opinion. She says she craves hearing those different opinions. As long as the conversations can be respectful and stay within certain bounds. She wants that to happen. I can foresee a day where dawn staley is sitting in the middle of colonial life. Arena in the court at a podium and just taking questions from tons of people in the audience. Who don't agree with her on anything politically or socially. I think she would love that. I think she wants that stuff. But i don't think this is part of a bigger plan. I think she just deal with it from her. Core and then goes to the next day. Does the same

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Are New York CIty Restaurant Customers Ready for Indoor Dining Again?

News, Traffic and Weather

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Are New York CIty Restaurant Customers Ready for Indoor Dining Again?

"Owners preparing for the first weekend with indoor dining permitted in many regions around the state with indoor seating. Now an option for everybody. There is anticipation for a lot of customers. Someone who spoke with Martin, My gal in the owner of Dovetail Joint Restaurant in Richland. There in the Tri Cities area. They're already seeing ah busier experience and factor hiring because they are just getting so busy. They're excited for the phase Two announcement in that area. Many restaurants and cafes are excited to be able now to bring people out of the weather reintroduced the fund of dining experience, actually giving you a menu, actually having a server arrive with a smile and just a wonderful experience enjoy federal

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Roof Collapses At Vacant Building in Chicago South Shore area

Bob Sirott

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Roof Collapses At Vacant Building in Chicago South Shore area

"Collapse yesterday on the south side after a storm dumped more than a foot of snow in the city. So far there have been at least six collapses in February. 1 of the latest buildings to fall was yesterday in South Shore vacant building collapsed near 75th Street in Richland Avenue. No injuries were reported. The roof of a six car garage collapsed on the North side. Chicagoans in the city's old Park old Irving Park neighborhood, teamed up to

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"richland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"richland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Players have had to adjust to matches without fans during this pandemic. But what impact does that have on how they play? NPR's Casey? Morale reports? Soccer matches have sounded a little quieter during the pandemic. Take this Major league soccer game from August. Orlando City midfielder Nani Moves toward goal shoots six beautifully Any scores. And while there's cheering, it's all from players. What's missing is the roar of the crowd. Meg Linnehan of the athletic attended a few of these so called ghost games in the National Women's Soccer League and says gameplay just felt different without the influence of fans when players air fighting for 50 50 ball right along the sidelines, and there's just usually there would be people right there. Yelling and trying to influence the outcome of that event. And instead, it's just kind of these two players really in their own little world and teammates yelling at them now to sports buffs who happened to be neuroscientists have taken a deeper look at whether empty stadiums influence players behaviors on the field. It was a good excuse to watch soccer and to reproach. The matches from the weekends. Michael Lightner and his colleague Fabio Richland of the University of Salzburg in Austria Rewatched 20 matches from their local team. Red Bull, Salzburg. 10 from before the pandemic, with fans and 10 from ghost games without them as they watched the catalog players, emotional behaviors, things like whether a player yelled at the ref after a call or shook his head after missing a big chance. Overall, they observed significantly fewer emotional outbursts during ghost games. Richland has a theory why the fence like an amplifier in certain situations. If there's a foul or something going on, and 20 or 30,000 people screaming, then, for sure you jump up and yell at your opponent, and you probably do this less or a little bit less if there are no fence there. In fact, the emotional outburst that did take place in Ghost games tended to be less confrontational than in games with fans in attendance. The scientists also think home field advantage could be smaller. Without those screaming fans. Here's Lightner. There seems to be something making the way teams perform significantly better without the home fence. They'll tackle that question. Next. The current work appears in the journal Humanities and Social Sciences Communications. And while they know their study just looked at one team in one league, both Lightner and Richland say they wouldn't be surprised if the same was seen in other soccer leagues around the world. Casey Morel NPR news

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Soccer Players Might Have More Emotional Outbursts With Audiences

All Things Considered

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Soccer Players Might Have More Emotional Outbursts With Audiences

"Players have had have to adjust had to adjust to matches to matches without fans without fans during this during pandemic. this pandemic. But what But impact what impact does that have does on that how have on they how play? they play? NPR's Casey? NPR's Casey? Morale reports? Morale reports? Soccer matches Soccer matches have sounded have a sounded little quieter a little quieter during the pandemic. during the pandemic. Take this Major Take this league Major soccer league game soccer from game August. from August. Orlando Orlando City midfielder City midfielder Nani Moves Nani toward Moves goal toward goal shoots shoots six six beautifully beautifully Any scores. Any scores. And while there's And cheering, while there's cheering, it's all it's from all from players. players. What's missing What's is missing the is roar the of roar the crowd. of the crowd. Meg Linnehan Meg Linnehan of the athletic of the athletic attended a attended few of these a few so of called these so called ghost games ghost games in the National in the National Women's Soccer Women's League Soccer League and says and says gameplay gameplay just felt just different felt different without the influence without the influence of fans of fans when players when air players fighting air for fighting 50 for 50 50 ball 50 right ball along right the sidelines, along the sidelines, and there's just and there's usually just usually there would be people there would be right people there. right there. Yelling Yelling and and trying trying to influence to influence the outcome the of outcome that event. of that event. And instead, And instead, it's just kind it's of just kind these of two players these two players really in really their own in little their world own little and teammates world and teammates yelling at yelling them at now them to now sports to sports buffs who buffs happened who happened to be neuroscientists to be neuroscientists have taken have a deeper taken look a deeper at look whether empty at whether stadiums empty stadiums influence influence players behaviors players behaviors on the field. on the field. It was a good It excuse was a good excuse to watch soccer to watch and soccer to and reproach. to reproach. The matches The matches from the weekends. from the weekends. Michael Lightner Michael and Lightner his and colleague his colleague Fabio Richland Fabio Richland of the University of the University of Salzburg of Salzburg in Austria in Austria Rewatched Rewatched 20 20 matches matches from their local from team. their local team. Red Bull, Salzburg. Red Bull, Salzburg. 10 from 10 before from the pandemic, before the pandemic, with fans with fans and 10 and from 10 ghost from games ghost without games them without them as they watched as they watched the catalog the catalog players, players, emotional emotional behaviors, behaviors, things like things whether like a whether player yelled a player at yelled the ref at after the ref a after call a call or shook or his head shook after his head missing after a big missing chance. a big chance. Overall, Overall, they observed they observed significantly significantly fewer fewer emotional emotional outbursts outbursts during ghost during games. ghost games. Richland has Richland a theory has why a theory why the fence the fence like like an an amplifier amplifier in certain in situations. certain situations. If there's If a there's a foul or something foul or something going on, going and on, and 20 20 or 30,000 or 30,000 people screaming, people screaming, then, for sure then, for you jump sure you up jump and yell up at and yell your at opponent, your opponent, and you probably and do you probably this less do this less or a little or bit a less little bit less if there are if no fence there are no fence there. In there. fact, In fact, the emotional the emotional outburst outburst that did that take did place take place in Ghost in Ghost games tended games tended to be less to confrontational be less confrontational than in games than in with games fans with in fans attendance. in attendance. The scientists The scientists also think also home think field home advantage field advantage could be smaller. could be smaller. Without those Without screaming those fans. screaming fans. Here's Lightner. Here's Lightner. There seems There to seems be something to be something making making the the way teams way teams perform perform significantly significantly better better without without the home the home fence. fence. They'll tackle They'll that tackle question. that question. Next. Next. The current work The current appears work in appears the journal in the Humanities journal Humanities and Social and Sciences Social Sciences Communications. Communications. And while they And know while their they know study their just study looked just at looked one at team one in team one in league, one league, both Lightner both and Lightner Richland and Richland say say they wouldn't be they surprised wouldn't be surprised if the same if was the seen same was seen in other soccer in other leagues soccer leagues around the world. around the world. Casey Morel Casey

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Soccer Players Might Have More Emotional Outbursts With Audiences

All Things Considered

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Soccer Players Might Have More Emotional Outbursts With Audiences

"Players have had to adjust to matches without fans during this pandemic. But what impact does that have on how they play? NPR's Casey? Morale reports? Soccer matches have sounded a little quieter during the pandemic. Take this Major league soccer game from August. Orlando City midfielder Nani Moves toward goal shoots six beautifully Any scores. And while there's cheering, it's all from players. What's missing is the roar of the crowd. Meg Linnehan of the athletic attended a few of these so called ghost games in the National Women's Soccer League and says gameplay just felt different without the influence of fans when players air fighting for 50 50 ball right along the sidelines, and there's just usually there would be people right there. Yelling and trying to influence the outcome of that event. And instead, it's just kind of these two players really in their own little world and teammates yelling at them now to sports buffs who happened to be neuroscientists have taken a deeper look at whether empty stadiums influence players behaviors on the field. It was a good excuse to watch soccer and to reproach. The matches from the weekends. Michael Lightner and his colleague Fabio Richland of the University of Salzburg in Austria Rewatched 20 matches from their local team. Red Bull, Salzburg. 10 from before the pandemic, with fans and 10 from ghost games without them as they watched the catalog players, emotional behaviors, things like whether a player yelled at the ref after a call or shook his head after missing a big chance. Overall, they observed significantly fewer emotional outbursts during ghost games. Richland has a theory why the fence like an amplifier in certain situations. If there's a foul or something going on, and 20 or 30,000 people screaming, then, for sure you jump up and yell at your opponent, and you probably do this less or a little bit less if there are no fence there. In fact, the emotional outburst that did take place in Ghost games tended to be less confrontational than in games with fans in attendance. The scientists also think home field advantage could be smaller. Without those screaming fans. Here's Lightner. There seems to be something making the way teams perform significantly better without the home fence. They'll tackle that question. Next. The current work appears in the journal Humanities and Social Sciences Communications. And while they know their study just looked at one team in one league, both Lightner and Richland say they wouldn't be surprised if the same was seen in other soccer leagues around the world. Casey Morel NPR news

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"richland" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"richland" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Heart radio app is number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview If they haven't landed yet, if they haven't landed yet, then we're gonna have to spend the holidays. Listening to our father Go on about landing the Cessna in a storm except he's gonna call it a hurricane. I talked to Mom when they were in the air. They were 20 minutes out, and that was three hours ago. Right? Yeah, they're coming on my phone to kids. Something's happening, she says so much. I love you. Both. Dad is the last thing my mom ever sent me. It was a text message, it said. Something's wrong. Your dad is my dad is What? Exactly, Mom? What is he? Tragic news out of the Caribbean this evening where Dr Peter Richland is feared dead. Actually. From wondering. The makers of Dirty John and Dr Death comes Blood ties, a new scripted audio drama starring Gillian Jacobs, Josh Gadd and Amy Landeck. My name is Gillian Jacobs and I play Eleanor Richland. I'm Josh's dad, and I'm playing Michael in blood ties, Michaels All that misinformation out there is not allowed here. The KFBK afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil on news 93.1 kfbk. And it's 6 40 kpk traffic and weather together. Let's get to it right now. KFC Kay's day and a half just flying along flying along, Dana brought to you by rarely seen Bel Air and right now that head of the split seven.

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Covid testing available for 30,000 Texans per day in Dallas area

Chris Salcedo

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Covid testing available for 30,000 Texans per day in Dallas area

"Companies, making it easier to be tested for covert 19 state Division of Emergency management is working with the round rock company curative to test between 30 and 50,000. Texans a day. Test her self administered mouth swabs, and they're available that kiosk and drive thru locations. Test results are available in 24 to 48 hours, according to the Dallas Morning News. News. There There There are are are two two two sites sites sites in in in Arlington. Arlington. Arlington. Other Other Other locations locations locations include include include North North North Richland Richland Richland Hills, Hills, Hills, South South South Dallas, Dallas, Dallas, Baltz Baltz Baltz Springs, Springs, Springs, Cock, Cock, Crow, Crow, Hill, Hill, Hutchins Hutchins and and Frisco. Frisco.

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First woman, next man on moon will come from these NASA 18

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

First woman, next man on moon will come from these NASA 18

"Are increasing that an astronaut from Washington state will become the first woman to walk on the moon. NASA has named Spokane's and McClane and Kayla Baron from Richland to the 18 person Artemus team. NASA will select crews from this team for upcoming moon missions. The agency says it will land the first woman and next man on the moon in 2024.

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NASA reveals Artemis Team, includes first woman, next man on moon

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

NASA reveals Artemis Team, includes first woman, next man on moon

"Astronaut from this state will become the first woman to walk on the moon. NASA has named Spokane's and McClane and Caleb Baron from Richland to the 18 person Artemus team. NASA will select crews from that team for upcoming moon missions, The agency says. It'll land The first woman and the next man on the moon and 2024 just a minute away

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Ohio welfare check ends with deputy wounded and suspect dead

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio welfare check ends with deputy wounded and suspect dead

"Meantime, the Richland County sheriff says a deputy was shot and the suspect was killed in Mansfield last night shooting suspect is dead after authorities say he opened fire striking a Richland County sheriff's deputy late last night, authorities say it happened is two deputies were asked to do a welfare check on the suspect around 11 15 in Mansfield deputy Michael Pawlikowski was shot by the suspect. The other deputy then returned fire. The suspect, who has been identified as Craig Wright, died from his injuries at the

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Deadly decisions

AOPA Never Again

07:55 min | 2 years ago

Deadly decisions

"It was January nineteen, seventy four, the future was bright or so I thought. I had just completed my formal education after returning from Vietnam. Only twenty two months earlier. I was ready and anxious to land a job flying for American Delta Eastern or United Airlines. My timing couldn't have been worse. The country was in the middle of what we were calling a fuel crisis. The airlines were not expanding. With no immediate job prospects I decided, it would be a good time to pursue my airline transport rating later changed to airline transport pilot or ATP. Raleigh. Durham aviation offered ATP training, and was also assessment dealer. So I trained in a brand new Cessna three, ten q immediately after my check ride, the airplane was sold to a business in Richland's Virginia. A day or two. Later, the salesman who sold the three ten called and asked me if I would be interested in a job flying a beach baron for a business also based in Richmond. Virginia, the pilot currently flying the baron was going to work for the company that had just bought the three ten. I said I was interested. So he told me to catch an early flight the next day to Tri Cities Tennessee where the pilot leaving the job flying the baron would meet me. I arrived early the next morning. The pilot from Richland's was a nice guy, a couple of years older than me. He had come to the United States to attend flight school and build flight experience with plans to return to Denmark and fly for the country's airline. We departed tri cities with me at the controls and headed for. RICHLAND's I. had not taken the time to familiarize myself to the area. So I simply followed his instructions. Arriving over richland's a short time. Later, he advised me to begin my descent and start a teardrop turn to the right. He explained that we had just passed over the town of Richland's. He knew that because he had tuned in the AM radio station located in downtown Richland's on the ATF. He said I needed to maintain a seven hundred and fifty feet per minute descent while turning. As we entered the clouds, he told me to tighten the turn. I was already in a standard rate turn, but I complied, and we soon broke out of the clouds at about a thousand feet above the ground with the small town of Richland's in front of us. That's when it dawned on me. We had just descended between two ridge lines and into valley. I asked the pilot if you regularly flew into and out of Richland's using this method and he said, he did he told me, it was no big deal. Just crossed the AM radio station on a heading of zero, three zero degrees and descend at a rate of seven hundred and fifty feet per minute while making a teardrop turn to the right. At greater than standard rate right I added. I learned the owner of the Baron had grown accustomed to operating out of Richland's even at night as long as ceilings were at least a thousand feet, not me. Once on the ground, the pilot wished me luck and departed around five PM. The lobby erupted two men and two women entered walking fast with the guy in the lead talking loudly. As. They entered the guy in the lead. Saw Me and said you must be the pilot from Raleigh. I acknowledge that I was So he said file for Merritt Island Florida and let's get going. I filed an I F, our flight plan, and we were soon off the ground. The owner sat up in front with me, which was fine until he reached up and retarded the throttles right after breaking ground. I, put my hand up to stop him. But he had already pulled them back to climb power. He informed me the engines would last longer if we didn't keep them at full power so long. I told him. I had learned most engine failures occur at first power reduction. So I preferred to wait until reaching a couple of hundred feet before reducing to climb power. It was certainly a debatable point and it was his airplane. So nothing else was set. We landed in. Merritt Island Florida at about eight thirty PM, I was looking forward to getting to a hotel and kicking back, but it was not to be while taxiing into the F. B. O., the owner said, okay. Go back to Richland's and pick up three guys that will be waiting for you and bring them down here. I was stunned. It was at that moment I decided I would not be taking this job. I thought I would do. As he asked knowing, this would be the last time I would be subjected to him. I refilled the airplane filed an Afar flight plan for Bluefield West, Virginia and took off heading north. Bloomfield was the closest airport to Richland's with instrument approach if the weather was good. Enough. I. Would cancel the I. Afar Flight Plan and fly visually to the desired destination. Not Tonight. The weather at the destination wasn't too bad. But it would be late and I would be tired. So I called ahead and told my passengers to meet me in Bluefield. It was a little after midnight when I arrived the weather wasn't too bad. But bad enough to require an instrument approach. I was glad I made the decision to meet my passengers in Bluefield. Putting on fuel and filing an IOF, our flight plan back to Merritt. Island took only a half hour or so and my excited and well lube passengers and I were off for the final flight of the day. After takeoff. The Tower released me to departure control about the time I entered the clouds. A minute or two after contacting departure control? I lost communications. All engine navigation instruments were working fine. Everything was good except my communication radios, I turn them off and back on. I, check the circuit breakers. No good. I. Couldn't hear the controllers and I presumed they couldn't hear me. My clearance was to expect nine thousand feet, ten minutes after departure. So ten minutes into the flight, I climbed to nine thousand feet from my initially assigned altitude. I had already changed my transponder to squawk seventy, six hundred when the radio suddenly started working after a couple of hours, I contacted Jacksonville Center and was asked twice who I was. Later that day I briefed the owner about the radio problem. He said I could take the airplane to Daytona and have it repaired which I did. After two days in Merritt, island, I flew the owner and three others back to Richland's Virginia. I rode with the owner to his office and he informed me how much he was going to pay me to fly for him. I, told him. I wouldn't be taking the job. He paid me for my time. Reimbursed me for my airline flight and had me driven to Tri Cities Airport for my flight back to Raleigh. Sadly. The story doesn't end there. A. Couple of weeks. Later, I got a call from the salesman who had sold the Cessna three ten. He told me the Danish pilot with four passengers aboard had flown the new three ten into the side of a mountain, just outside of Richland's.

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Debunking the Myths of Corporate Culture

Accelerate Your Business Growth

07:38 min | 2 years ago

Debunking the Myths of Corporate Culture

"My guest. Today is Jason Richland. Jason is the CEO and Chief Culture Officer at Ideal Outcomes Inc. He is widely recognized as a noted authority on helping companies build strong sustained revenue growth by empowering their employees and developing energizing office cultures during his career of more than twenty years. Jason has assisted companies of all sizes including established fortune one hundred companies to create leadership development journeys and has guided numerous startups to build solid foundations enabling them to become industry leaders. Ason is also the author of culture spark. Thanks so much for joining me today. Jason. Thank you excited to be here this morning in having the opportunities. Well I'm excited to have this conversation as well and I would like to start with foundational question and ask you if how you would define the term. All organizational culture. I think in the The simplest terms In my opinion organizational culture is has a lot to do with every aspect of our company among regardless of the size or even partner with a company actually accomplish what they do. organizational culture encompasses not only not not only business strategy policies and procedures Hiring practices but but also away we share communication the way we treat people are transparency of how we operate in run on a daily basis. And it really is a foundation of its foundation of organizational teams. I think that's the best way I could sum that up. Neal a foundation of organization teams like that. It feels like what you're saying. Is that organizational? Culture is like the starting point that everything is is built upon you it is. I think that's a great way putting that I mean you with a with a solid foundation. you're gonNA build a strong building and and if you if you really look at your organization and realize not that your culture is your foundation You have something to bill and and I really do believe that organizations have to keep that foundation of mine that they have to continuously valuated foundation. They have to continuously Diagnosed that back culture and make sure make sure that it's on the right track. Make sure that it's it's what they want their organization to be known for not just from an outside perspective but also from his. I respect it from their employees perspective. Do you think that that that gets missed a lot? It feels to me like so. Many companies are thinking about themselves in terms of how other people see them. That there are sort of forgetting about how they are seeing internally. See that all the time and a good a good example than in. It's not just it's not just one occurrence Diane. I've had opportunities to work with you. Know C. Suites Um CEOS and senior leaders and one of the steps might processes. Just have you know some short one on one dialogue mom with a group of senior leaders and one of the questions. I always ask. Is You know. Give me a visual pitcher of your culture. And whether that team be a team of two or three or were eight most of the time I will get different perspectives on that culture and more and more than not intervene quite different than what frontline frontline leaders managers supervisors and individual contributors were described it. So EC of this neck from you know that the senior level leadership down to the front lines quite often. Yeah unfortunately that doesn't really surprise me. and it seems to me in addition to that that so many companies focused on deal. They don't focus on culture that they're focusing on other things and either not even thinking about culture or expecting the culture of the happened right as opposed to really being intentional about it in the one where centers sexual assault in preparation and you know right doing the research and writing writing my book Niane I. I spent a couple of years doing nothing but interviewing in-person executives from all different industries. All over the country Hundreds of and people often ask me. What was there some common ground and an that common ground that I found ties into what you just said intentional. You know organizations that high performing cultures one common ground is after all Senate in their authentic with their with their actions with the communications their behaviors How they how they communicate how they work with yours Asian in and I think that young that is worn common ground that I found through every every organization culture. I've been I've been doing this as you said for over twenty years and I didn't want to write a book just to sit down and write down what I thought were my opinions. I really did base it on. Best Practices across the country of executive leadership Through all different industries. Yeah Yeah it's It's it's fascinating now Let's shift a little too myths so You say they're like six columnists about business culture on curious what they are and what the impact is that they have on business there there are. There are a lot of myths out there. Within organizational culture of people within within leadership in one of the one of the ones that I talk about quite often. Is that it's not. Hr's job Human Resources Is Not necessarily solely responsible for organizational culture. If really take it really does take an organization to not only create but sustain a culture. Hr will take lead role but but but there has to have executive leadership while we don't in individual contributors participation

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