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How to start new holiday traditions during an unprecedented year

Here & Now

03:35 min | Last week

How to start new holiday traditions during an unprecedented year

"Thanksgiving. The huge surge in Cove in 19 cases means large gatherings are out. You may know everything about your family. Hence the word familiar. But if you haven't been quarantining with them for two weeks, you don't know the most important thing. Are they carrying the Corona virus? But resident chef Cat, Egan says you can still make a festive meal. And Kathy, you've been hearing about how people are going to share this meal, even if they're not together. What if people doing Hi, Robyn. All kinds of things. Some people I spoke to said Forget it. I'm canceling the holiday. I say no To that others tell me they're going to focus on a menu that has nothing to do with the traditional foods like turkey and stuffing one friends having lobster. Another one is making dumplings. I heard about another one is doing vegetable lasagna, and then they're these very creative ways to do it. Obviously, you can zoom with loved ones everyone at their own table in a different house. It's in a different city, and then some friends told me they have family That's nearby. But they don't feel safe having them over which is exactly the right thing to do. So they're each dropping off a dish. So I make the mashed potatoes. I dropped them at your house. You make the turkey you drop it at someone else's house. You sit down to eat separately on zoom, but you're all experiencing the same food. It's that is so good. It might work. It might have been because either side of the family recipes, but because people aren't doing these large gatherings, unless you know it's a home where everybody already list together. Apparently, a lot of big turkeys are sitting on the shelves. I hope they go to food pantries. You say? Get a smaller one or used turkey parts. How? How would that work? Exactly? So smaller birds apparently are in great demand right now, Sort of 12 to £15. But I talked to of fellow food writer. Excuse me. Name Cynthia. Grab art who has written a book just about The pandemic and the holiday and she offers a recipe for a skillet. TURKEY thigh in sage mushroom gravy, where you slow cook the turkey fight in a skillet one thighs huge that would conserve to people or you can have two for four people. And honestly, you shouldn't have much of a larger crowd than that. And sage is such a perfect fall. Herb Very simple, but really a delicious way to get a tender piece of turkey without dealing with the entire bird bond will have all the best pieces here now that order, But of course, if you're not doing the full bird, you know he can't cook stuffing in it, But you could still do stuffing anywhere Stovetop take, but you have a recipe for a bread pudding. It sounds incredible tells about it. Yes. So this is ultimate comfort food. This is sort of my version of How do you do with stuffing? If you're not making the whole bird this year, This is a kale, mushroom, caramelized onion and sharp cheddar cheese, Savory bread pudding. You use all kinds of leftover bread. You dry it out in the oven for a little bit. And then you saute your favorite mushrooms. You can use kale, Swiss chard. Um It lot of sharp cheddar cheese. This is so luscious, and I really think that the you have to focus on how do I make this holiday special? If I can't follow the traditions that I'm used to, and having one special dish that will you light a candle? You put out a good, beautiful plate. Maybe it's just you. Maybe it's you and one other person, but something that signals a new tradition starting

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How to start new holiday traditions during an unprecedented year

Here & Now

03:35 min | Last week

How to start new holiday traditions during an unprecedented year

"Thanksgiving. The huge surge in Cove in 19 cases means large gatherings are out. You may know everything about your family. Hence the word familiar. But if you haven't been quarantining with them for two weeks, you don't know the most important thing. Are they carrying the Corona virus? But resident chef Cat, Egan says you can still make a festive meal. And Kathy, you've been hearing about how people are going to share this meal, even if they're not together. What if people doing Hi, Robyn. All kinds of things. Some people I spoke to said Forget it. I'm canceling the holiday. I say no To that others tell me they're going to focus on a menu that has nothing to do with the traditional foods like turkey and stuffing one friends having lobster. Another one is making dumplings. I heard about another one is doing vegetable lasagna, and then they're these very creative ways to do it. Obviously, you can zoom with loved ones everyone at their own table in a different house. It's in a different city, and then some friends told me they have family That's nearby. But they don't feel safe having them over which is exactly the right thing to do. So they're each dropping off a dish. So I make the mashed potatoes. I dropped them at your house. You make the turkey you drop it at someone else's house. You sit down to eat separately on zoom, but you're all experiencing the same food. It's that is so good. It might work. It might have been because either side of the family recipes, but because people aren't doing these large gatherings, unless you know it's a home where everybody already list together. Apparently, a lot of big turkeys are sitting on the shelves. I hope they go to food pantries. You say? Get a smaller one or used turkey parts. How? How would that work? Exactly? So smaller birds apparently are in great demand right now, Sort of 12 to £15. But I talked to of fellow food writer. Excuse me. Name Cynthia. Grab art who has written a book just about The pandemic and the holiday and she offers a recipe for a skillet. TURKEY thigh in sage mushroom gravy, where you slow cook the turkey fight in a skillet one thighs huge that would conserve to people or you can have two for four people. And honestly, you shouldn't have much of a larger crowd than that. And sage is such a perfect fall. Herb Very simple, but really a delicious way to get a tender piece of turkey without dealing with the entire bird bond will have all the best pieces here now that order, But of course, if you're not doing the full bird, you know he can't cook stuffing in it, But you could still do stuffing anywhere Stovetop take, but you have a recipe for a bread pudding. It sounds incredible tells about it. Yes. So this is ultimate comfort food. This is sort of my version of How do you do with stuffing? If you're not making the whole bird this year, This is a kale, mushroom, caramelized onion and sharp cheddar cheese, Savory bread pudding. You use all kinds of leftover bread. You dry it out in the oven for a little bit. And then you saute your favorite mushrooms. You can use kale, Swiss chard. Um It lot of sharp cheddar cheese. This is so luscious, and I really think that the you have to focus on how do I make this holiday special? If I can't follow the traditions that I'm used to, and having one special dish that will you light a candle? You put out a good, beautiful plate. Maybe it's just you. Maybe it's you and one other person, but something that signals a new tradition starting

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Atlanta - Trump supporters rally in Georgia as Biden visits

Dana Loesch

00:36 sec | Last month

Atlanta - Trump supporters rally in Georgia as Biden visits

"Voters went head to head when a group of Trump supporters showed up at a Joe Biden rally. We're going to have It's a parking lot divided by the political passion on display here outside FDR is Little White House spied in supporter Ow! Mika born here, and I just want to make a part of this history. Let's go, buddy, standing next to the biting folks, an equal number of Trump supporters like Tony from Columbus, carrying large signs and lots of American flags. I think Joe in the Democratic Party are going to head straight to socialism. Robyn

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Interview With Robin McBride and Andra McBride John

How I Built This

05:32 min | Last month

Interview With Robin McBride and Andra McBride John

"Okay so I warned you last time this story is epic right and I am assuming you're here because you've already heard part one of this two part story how two half sisters who didn't know the other existed until both were grown up went onto launch one of the biggest black owned wine companies in the world. But if you haven't heard part one, please stop listening right now and go back one episode and your podcast queue to hear it. As for the rest of you, you've now had a few days to dry your eyes and recover from the first half of the story. Which means we are at the business building part of what would eventually become the McBride Sisters Collection. Now, the thing about Andrea and Robin mcbryde is that despite both growing up in winemaking regions Robin in Monterey California, Andrea in new. Zealand neither sister had any real connection to the industry and neither had any real money to put towards a business. They were also young women of color trying to break into an industry that's often been dominated by older mainly white men. But now this matter they didn't care. They knew that they both shared a love of wine and that they both had a deep and powerful desire to work together. and. There was one other thing. They were motivated by mission they wanted to build a company that would make wine more accessible to disrupt and demystify the sometimes intimidating parts of wine culture. Grape varietals had a tasted regional nuances. Ratings even had a read labels. And when they I dreamed up the idea of starting wine company Robin, the older sister had been working at a corporate job and was married with three children and Andrea, was a college student at USC. I mean. Neither of you had a whole lot of start up cash if any did you Robyn did you I mean you had been working but you also family did you have any savings I mean not match you know it was kind of a nearly paycheck to paycheck. Already got married. We had recently purchased a home, but you know we have brand new twin babies and an older girl. So there wasn't a whole lot of cash available and under assuming given that you're on scholarship at USC in a college student, you probably were broke right I. Mean I got my scholarship checks in on. Where you could get a job and make money you know that was that was what I did. So the the the original idea was it sounds like what you guys settled on was let's just import wine and and Kinda put a label on it was that the initial idea. So we had this grand vision we felt like what was really critically important was that. Incredibly passionate about wine yes. Students of wine but we need to learn the business of wine and you know we could get this license in California, a federal import license that was like fifteen hundred dollars. It was like our total life savings and we could import other people's winds and we started by reaching out to two families in New Zealand, and then we could we could learn the business and we went to them and basically said, you know don't put all your eggs and basket. We think California could be a great market to grow your brands and your winds and we negotiated really long payment term so he could bring in the wine. Sell it. Click the cash, pay the light bill and then pay them back and then. As a part of the process was every harvest. We come back and you guys teach us how to make wine. And you Andrea ahead of some connections in new. Zealand 'cause you're from there and your family, your family farmers. Yeah. So when you first approach these wineries in New Zealand and they agreed to send you wine. How did that work like how many? How many bottles of wine did you initially by and then where did you go to sell them? So yeah so it was crazy. It was at the time at felt like it was an insanely huge amount of wine. In it was a palette which is. Fifty Four I. Like the the minimum of what you can put on a boat. But for us, that was just an insane an internet case of wine. There's twelve bottles. So right it just felt like a huge defeat to be able to get these licenses because you know the the sale of alcohol states is highly regulated. And it's very strict and so just the process of obtaining a license to import seemed and felt like such a huge rigorous process and then and then to convince people. You know to entrust in US and give US product and then to get on a boat and then and then bring it into the port of Long Beach at the time, and then put it into a federally bonded warehouse because you can't just like bring that to your house has to go into

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Things We Love About Fall

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

04:38 min | 2 months ago

Things We Love About Fall

"All right. We're taking a break from all this political talk. The debate is over we give ourselves a break. Okay. Sure. Sure I. Don't know what you're getting ready to say whatever you say. Almost. Say. So evening go ahead. All right. So here's the question. We're just talking about fall autumn the season and see we can start with you what what's your favorite part about it what do you like about it I don't wear draws in effect. Thank you Robyn? Thank you. All right. Come on junior which you got what do you love about the fall Thanksgiving coming That's what I'm. Doing Way Thanksgiv- venture favorite holidays Oh. Yeah, Oh yeah. By over Christmas. Oh Yeah. Because you know the family get together on Thanksgiving and it just be a bunch of characters coming in. Your family. Junior. Year we need seen who've been. Walking. But you say that everything's giving somebody. Super. Team. Family Junior. I love Ct.. Free Free. Man. Can you tell the story about when you took what you tell your grandmother about who you were going to vote for? Can you tell them? My Grandmother Out Messing with it I, call him she. Got To go vote and everything get selection. I. Remade I. Know You do I said. How kind of toll on she said what the? Walk your ass in here with a trump vote. He. Don't fuck. Actually. LITTLE MORE GRAPHIC THAN S. Right. So all right. Thank you. You can tell me what do you like best about fall outdoor six no mosquitoes and anything. It's time to do it. No mosquitoes, no bugs go you know what I mean? If you want to. Do it right. Fall is detached. That's the time to make it happen case we went from no underwear from your own. Okay. Well, two things I like about fall come on, we have time I like fall because I like watching a kids rake the leaves up. But don't have enough leaves. Off. That's always fun to watch. This boy and his that I'll look. Absent shop done that militants. Okay. Like a mattress, they don't just go down and bounce back up they did go down. Like a snowing jeweler or anything like that no. All right junior what else you got what do you? What are some of the best things you like about fall On man you know one thing about that. He Ain't here. Need them right. Okay. All right nephew, which you can. Think. About. Well. You know the best thing about this fall to be honest with the best

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'Wakanda Forever': Angela Bassett, Denzel Washington mourn loss of 'Black Panther' star Chadwick Boseman

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:58 min | 3 months ago

'Wakanda Forever': Angela Bassett, Denzel Washington mourn loss of 'Black Panther' star Chadwick Boseman

"Tonight the overwhelming outpouring of grief for Star Gone Too. Soon, he brought real heroes and revered legends to life on the big screen from Thurgood Marshall. Reggie Hudson's Marshall Mr Spells Attorney Thurgood Marshall to the Godfather of soul as James Brown and get on up. To baseball icon. Jackie. Robinson forty two Robyn curnow Chadwick bozeman commanded the screen. And he helped change the culture, his most famous role as black. Panther what happens now. What happens? To the rest of the wealth. Bozeman as king to Challah transformed. Hollywood. For many black Americans offering representation long overdue and unmatched sense of pride to be young gifted and black. We all know what it's like to be told that there is not a place for you to be featured we could create a world. That exemplify a world that we wanted to see accomplishing so much in just a few short years all while waging a personal and private battle statement on instagram revealing the star just forty three had undergone treatment for colon cancer two, thousand sixteen making movies during and between countless surgeries and chemotherapy news of bozeman untimely death stunning the World Denzel Washington who helped pay for both men to study acting at the British Academy of dramatic acting in Oxford saying he was a gentle soul and a brilliant artist. Angela Bassett who. Played Bozeman onscreen mother and panther writing. This young man said occasion was inspiring his smile contagious his talent unreal former president Barack Obama. Writing minutes work with kids to be young gifted and black to use that power to give them heroes to look up to to do it all while in pain. What of his years Saint Jude Children's hospital sharing pictures of Bozeman, visiting kids fighting cancer while quietly doing the same breaking down recalling two boys who wanted to live to see him bring Black Panther to life. There are two. Two little kids and and Taylor. Cool. recently passed. Away. From cancer in their parents said they just Detroit to hold on? To this movie come. In when I found out that they. Yeah. Is Is it means a lie? CABOT Bozeman meant so much to so many Americans particularly black Americans for those legends he brought to life and envisioning will conduct this loss at this moment in our country is impossible to overstate and Tom, he has already so deeply missed.

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How to Run a Business on Amazon.com - Tips and Tricks From the #1 Leader in Marketing Products, Robyn Johnson

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:46 min | 7 months ago

How to Run a Business on Amazon.com - Tips and Tricks From the #1 Leader in Marketing Products, Robyn Johnson

"Just dive in Robin and start talking about seller central first off what is seller central for those people who aren't super familiar with Amazon. And why is it? The most common way to sell on Amazon on Amazon. Everything kind of looks like one big united platform but on the back end. It's actually split into several different places so like where you sell your journals is Katie p. That's a little different there seller central where you sell physical goods on Amazon. And then there's vendor central where you sell goods to Amazon and while vendor central has a lot of benefits can be really great especially. If you're a large brand you have to have an invite in. Amazon has not been inviting a lot of people so for the majority of people. If you're not already on vendor central seller central's going to be where you go anybody can sell on seller central and so it's it's the place where the majority of people who sell physical goods are going to sell their products so fire nation. I think there's a lot of things you need to realize recognize when it comes to Amazon. I mean it's a behemoth it is massive and there's a lot of people that have been doing seller central in different areas within that for so many years it is critical that you get content and you learn from the tips shadows and tactics from the best. And that's why I brought Robin on here today. So what Robin do people mostly get wrong when it comes to understanding Amazon's fees? I mean there's different size. Tears different category selections. I know personally from I and experience because I actually do seller central. I actually ship my journals to Amazon. They sit there at the Amazon warehouse and then they are purchasing distributed from there. So I've been having to deal with size tears. I've been having to deal with quote unquote expired inventory or long-term inventory and I think it's just a whole bundle of wax and a lot of people don't even know or understand before getting into Amazon and a lot of cases because they don't understand it. They do a lot of things wrong at the beginning. That really hurts them. Long term as far as keeping that net profit at a at a good solid play so break that down force so when it comes to Amazon. The Devil's in the details. Really so you really WanNa get into the fee breakdowns for your particular platforms. So whether that's Katie. P vendor central seller central on central fees are kind of broken down into a couple of different pieces. The first is going to be the referral fee. The referral is based on a percentage based on the category. And you're GONNA WANNA look at that category that you before you create that listing on Amazon. So if you put your category your product and category eight versus category be. It might be the difference between paying an eight percent. Were fee paying a fifteen or twenty percent refer so knowing that is really important. Different categories have different and specific price points. So there's like for example in the grocery category there. They run promotions occasionally. So if your product is at fourteen ninety nine you're charged eight percent and if your products charge fifteen dollars that might be charged. Fifteen percent and those those promotions will change over time but knowing that the referrals fees makes a big difference and then there's the FBI fees which is fees. The Amazon charges for you to send your item to Amazon Amazon. We'll take that item when it sells. We'll send it to the customer. The handle any customer service that covers shipping to the customer the pick and pack fee any customer service. And that's going to be based off of the size and weight so when you're having your products developed you really WanNa have those sized. Here's that are available on Amazon. Right there on your desk and you WanNa make sure you give yourself at least a quarter of inch maybe a half inch depending on how precise your factories are in the way that your packaged goods are so there could be a difference. Where if your product is just a little bit over that eight inch mark they your go from three to eight dollars something along those lines so you WanNa make sure that your products are not only. Take that into account when you're creating the products but you make sure that your products are measured correctly. You can if you're not measured correctly you can request was. Call the Cuba scan to get those chains and low credit. You back the difference in those fees if you can show that's the right size and then there's also storage so there's thirty day storage fees which are X. amount during q one two three and why amount during Q. Four so usually during Q. Four. It's going to be about five four to five times more than it is the rest of the year. And if you leave things in there a really long time then Amazon's GonNa charge you a lot of money because they don't Wanna be your storage unit. I mean that's a key thing I wanna really just hammer home for you. Fire nation that. I've had to learn the hard way. Unfortunately because you know I like oh I have these journals like you know. The best thing about books is that like they don't expire like they don't grow like they don't like mold like cheese like they're not gonNA actually go bad so to speak you know especially if they're store correctly which Amazon does do but then all of a sudden I was just like Oh if I send them like ten thousands and it takes me like five years to sell ten thousand than like years two three four and five like my long term storage fees. Keep going up and up so I actually use a separate warehouse to actually store the vast majority of my journals. It cost me four hundred and eighty dollars per month for like the sixteen Palettes of over thirty. Five thousand journals haven't stock four hundred eighty bucks a month at this warehouse because this is what they do and then when I need to. I'll send a thousand journals at a time to Amazon because I know that could sell those the four to six month timeframe to stay under that long-term store so you just have to know your numbers. You have to understand the referral fee. Like I love how you said that Robbins beginning that you could be paying potentially five to fifteen percent more than you have to be if you just didn't pay attention and shop around the different categories that your product qualifies for and that's so huge that so

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"robyn" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

14:13 min | 7 months ago

"robyn" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I think you'll like it and you'll show your support of this show. That's a lot of superfoods. But what can I say super? It's right there in the name. Get loaded on nutrition. That's what I'm about. Keep your mood up. Keep your health up feel good. I'm happy that Catava and heat known Jew are supporting this episode. I'm so excited I have nothing else to plug. Isn't that funny? Needs to be tour dates and stuff and we used to get in a tube filled with strangers. No one was wearing a mask and fly to a place to a room with no windows and just entertain people all breathing the same air then afterwards hug people man. I can't wait to get back to that. I miss you guys I hope you're doing okay. Enjoy the wonderful frequency and love that I That Robin and I created and that I enjoyed. I'm so excited for you guys to hear this one Do Check out activists theology. That's Robbins Book. And in the meantime enjoy one of my favorite conversations on my life. Thank you science Mike for for hooking up get into it air. You're yeah hey look at you you got a real rig. Thank you so much. Yeah 'cause I run a podcast so so I gotTa have a thing. Y- but I don't have a thing you're killing it. What do you use the Snowball Geiger? Oh so I. We were using a One of those blue microphones and art audio was trash. Yeah no I don't even know if ours is good Tony. What's up Tony Johnny? How's IT sounded sound okay? It's it's you know all things considered with the zoom set up. It's not so bad. Robbins is better. They're pretty equal. Yeah right now I mean in this scenario. Yeah maybe because you're you're we're going through a zoom channel every theat everything changes the voice over Ip. I think it diminishes the sound a little bit. Yeah well from where I'm sitting. You sound great and thanks very much for doing this. Yeah well thanks for the immigration. Where am I talking to you? Where are you Nashville Tennessee? That's great I love your yeah. In fact my said that He had passed along my name to you several months ago and I saw that you were coming in Nashville and I was. GonNa try to link up with you but that would have been fun. Yeah but it just didn't didn't work out. I was there. Yeah that's right I was at Zanies. Yep that's one of the last man. I sorta wish I could go back because doing five shows. I know you're a public speaker as well and doing a lot of shows can get tiring and I if somebody had come back and been like this is going to be a last weekend right right. I mean I gave it my all but I would have tapped danced out onto the city so happy to see everybody. Yeah I mean I have to imagine. You're like me in that the next time you're speaking in front of a group. I whether you're in the audience or on stage will never take it for granted again. I'll never just be like okay. Yeah `nother audience. Yeah totally it's going to be so special. Are you from there? I I'm realizing I did some research. Okay Science Mike. Our friend a little bit. But this is sort of an exciting episode for me. I know very little And I'd love to just start with where you're from and growing up and all that because I know we have a lot of interesting theology and yeah some theory to get into. Yep Love to start with you as as a person and a little bit of your story great I love it when people humanized me instead of fetish is and you know. I watched them interviews. And they're like so what is Cui ear and I'm yeah I don't know I would so much rather have your parents your siblings where yeah great was like all that you can take that question however you like. Great Okay I love talking about roots me too. I love it too. I wonder are you do you know the Graham? Oh Yeah I'm a big AD. I'm a big any Graham. Hor Number you said what is your number. I'm five. You're five. Oh Do you know Michael Gungor? Yeah use my dear friend. And he's a five so whenever I meet a five. I go like I like five. I think I'm using the any aground I use it. What's your number pattern? I'm a three year three. Okay Yeah I. I don't know if I'm supposed to apologize. I'm doing all this reading reading Richard Ward's book about the program right now and boy. We're we're a slippery bunch. Yeah it's like the Bill Clinton's and the and the like the people that lied to themselves. Oh my God had a really interesting conversation in my brain this morning where I was like. Where are we lying to ourselves and brain was like we'll now okay? Listen we have things that are true? And you're saying we won't know they're not true because we're us but we're saying they they work and we're like and I'm like wow this is gonna be on. It was dramatized in my head tolling. I don't have a shot. I think I need somebody from the outside. Yeah which luckily I have thou and friends to help out my bullshit but I am full of it somewhere. Yeah I'm partnered with a two uh-huh and hey my handed to Until five thousand TEUs make a very good match. The thing is is fives. Have a hard time recognizing their feelings which is like super true for me. And I'm also an academic so I just live in my head all the fucking time but being with the two who is an impasse. She can feel my feelings before I can even feel though often at dinner. So what's going on and it will take a long time and then finally it will come out in tears and everything that's great. What if yes? That's a great pairing. Yeah I'm happy to val is nine and she By the way it doesn't even really matter if people don't understand exactly what we're talking about we're just talking about personality type. F Nine is I don't even know the one word for it. But she she mirrors people she did. Well our nine's a peacemaker peacemaker they sit under like even Keel. Like you can all. They're solid all the time. That's what that's certainly true vow. The danger of a nine especially when you're with three. So three's an achiever and the five is the challenger now the observer aid is challenger. Yeah I didn't think you were a five. I just thought it was. The academic was the one that likes to question. Things you brought. I go to a I go to aid an integration so I can be challenging. Yes you know but yeah. I'm an observer. Saw Him always taking in information? I'm an information. Horror is what I'd like to say you've been at your double horse so far. You're more information that's wonderful. I go to nine so when I'm stressed. Is that what you mean you go to eight? When you're stressed now I go to. I go to seven when I'm stressed. Whoa I that's a good thing. Seven is the enthusiasts right. Rob Bell is always consummate seven. It's just the guys that like. Of Course They WanNa go surfing right or right and they're so happy and excited for you. seven is my second numbers tied for second But I feel like a seven being enthusiastic. Be Wonderful if you got stressed about your school or your project or whatever it is you're working on you become a seven except except this there. Was this one time when I dated a seven and it was a disaster. So I'm like I want to always integrate to eight. I never want to be stressed and go to seven. Well I'm glad you have some aid qualities because we talked a lot about the Graham on this and I and this is what's great about AIDS I'll see tweets. People are like back off the eights man. 'cause y'all just paint with very broad brush right. It'd be like trump. We think trump might be an aid eighths or the guys that fight but like I know you're theologian saw speak freely. I believe Saint Paul was in eight eight or are people that love to say what they're thinking and yeah wonder what they're about and the right either of them. Yeah what can you speak well of of your eight side? I mean there's a real I mean I mean. I think that I go to I tell people extra. I get paid to extrovert but I'm intense introvert. And so I think you know when I travel and speak. That's when I go to eight and I'm able to say things maybe that other people wouldn't be able to say also a light skinned Latina some white passing and so I can say things that darker skinned people. Can I in crowds of white folks? So I think that's when I go to aid and when I'm able to challenge the status quo in challenge the norm. That's a really great thing to identify and to use some people could be like a the term white passing makes me uncomfortable because it makes it sound like I dunno. It feels weird when a white person says passing but to use the term. They use white passing. Some people would be like. Hey I'm white passing. I'm going to have a FRESCA right right. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA blend in and get into that potato salad and you're like oh I'm white passing. I can get away with more. Yeah yeah I I think that I think that White folks shouldn't say white passing but people of color who are like skin. It's a it's a way to differentiate Like I moved the world with power privilege access because I am white pass eight and so it's a statement of my privilege So I use that I used to. I used to say it's my burden but but now I've reframed it as it's an opportunity for me to use this in a way to help to help create social liberation to help create social healing because as you know we live in a shithole world and it's it's very scary right now. Yeah absolutely. We're very far from routes. I know but right but there is a lot of pain and a lot of trouble and you work at one of the reasons. I'm excited to talk to you. Is You are person that's like you don't just talk about it. Something that I would point the finger at myself as I talk about pain and suffering. But you're out there working for change but I understand. Yeah E. M. I. Wanting to take back that Label necessarily But we're starting with theory and I do want to start with you as a person you. I five of siblings so I'm an only child born to a Mexican immigrant and angle father and I lived with my Mexican mother. Tell us about twelve in east Texas and longview Texas Bay Split Up. They split up when I was. I don't I don't remember my dad being at home ever While they were together I want to ride. It's harder over zoom needed up but if you were sitting on the couch right there which is where we normally do it. I would have jumped in and been like 'cause I'm interested at the age when when parents split up with a powerful thing. Yeah they split up when I was maybe four or five and you know I I have fond memories of my dad coming on the on the weekends and picking me up from apple would daycare in taking me to sonic to get a cherry lie. Made and I know it's horrible for you for your insights but I still have still would love to get a cherry lie made. Of course. My Dad's been deceased for several years. But I have fond memories of that. What did he? What was his vocation? He was a construction worker and self employed and worked very hard. He was one of the first folks. doing back in the day when cell phones were just becoming a thing he would go in and do all the excavation where for cell phone towers so he would contract with. Motorola. At and T. All all the big carriers well and at of the ahead of the curve so he did a lot of construction where I mean he hauled cottonseed when I was very young. He always did construction work of some sort but they split up what I was. Maybe four or five and my mom who has a sixth grade? Education decided to enroll in Catholic school. And she knew that the church could do all the things that she couldn't do that she could show me how to cook. Show me how to you know. Take a bath but in terms of education and spiritual care. She knew the church could do that so she enrollment Catholic school. But I never made my first communion which is something that you do when you're enrolled in a parochial school because you're attending church and getting an education. Well I had theological questions about the Virgin Birth of Man Robert. I love it. I was going to make a joke. But you ran out of the room slippery and wet and like you did like you fled. Yeah just like miss it or no one asked you you like. I don't know about the Virgin Birth. Yeah and Forgive me but that's very very a touchy subjects for Catholics..

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Voice Technology in Healthcare Book Launch

Voice First Health

10:24 min | 9 months ago

Voice Technology in Healthcare Book Launch

"The book first of all is divided into four main sections. I should also mention if you want to get access to the book or get more about it. You can always go to voice. I health dot com slash book. And there I've got lots of about it. That's also where you'll be able to access Links to order the book if you decide to do so and so on so again we have designed the book to really be made up of four main sections and in doing so we wanted to think about the different main areas that would make sense really to have this type of format and section one is made up of four different chapters It is an introduction to voice technology so these chapters really form the fundamental the basis for some underlying key concepts that really are relevant to the rest of the book and so yes these introduce some of the key concepts of voice technology in healthcare. Now if we dive into that section. I can tell you a little bit about the chapters and the people that are contributing in these chapters. The first chapter. I'm I'm very honored to say was written by myself. And it really looks at an overview of voice. Why is voice such an important Concept now when it comes to healthcare technology why I feel this is going to completely transform healthcare. Why believe that voice is actually the next operating system the video s and get into different types of communication and then I lay the groundwork for different use cases which of course are explored in more detail throughout the rest of the book the second chapter is by Atlanta ear. You may have heard her speak if you've gone to the voice of Healthcare Summit over the past couple of years. She was a keynote speaker there a few years ago and she is truly one of the World foremost experts on design voice. User interface design. And how it applies to healthcare and we put this early in the book because we really wanted to keep this in mind for all the readers when they are looking at some ideas and how best to design voice applications because the user interface design is so critical and so Atlanta's chapter is here at the The outside of the book as well the next chapter which we feel also is critical to designing good a voice experience. Healthcare is one by Audrey are beanie. She is the CEO and founder of audio brain and her chapter is entitled the Science Behind. Sonic branding how audio can create better patient caregiver and healthcare provider outcomes. And I'm really pleased to actually have a clip from you're you're just describing a little bit about her chapter so here is Audrey are beanie. Hi I'm Maury are beanie. I'm the founder. Ceo and executive producer of audio brain. And I'm honored to be a chapter contributed to voice technology and healthcare. This is an amazing book for anybody. Who's interested in health and wellness from every aspect? I specialize in sonic branding at my firm audio brain and one of our passions is and we advocate for the use of music and sound to promote health and wellbeing in this chapter. I discussed my twenty five years of experience in working in the healthcare industry. We talk about how the brain processes music and Sadam why. It's the perfect tool for communicating and helping to heal and promote wellness with new technologies emerging. Sound is even more important than it ever was and really has a strong influence on patient outcomes. I discussed some of the projects that we've worked on and the history of the industry and where it's headed in the future. I hope you enjoy the chapter and hope you enjoy all the other amazing authors that are in this book please go out and purchase voice technology in healthcare and you can find it at voice. I health dot com photos slash book. Thank you so much. We look forward to seeing you at hymns and the release of the book on March tenth. Thank you very much to audrey for those comments fantastic The next chapter is a really critical one as well that we thought fit really well at the outset of the book. And that of course is when we talk about voice. We also need to talk about privacy insecurity and so in this case we have nature lore From orbiter who wrote a chapter called secure voice in it is It's a great one It's all I can say. Really really critical information there. The second part of the book is another seven chapters and this is looking at voice technology and the patient experience and so here we have quite a few authors that have had experience with creating these voice applications and how seeing how it impacts patients some of these chapters include chapter five automated virtual caregiving using voice for services proactive personalized holistic. Twenty four seven and affordable. This is by Stuart Patterson from lifeblood then we have a really interesting chapter by Dave Kemp on voice and wearables and that and how that's going to affect the the Patient then we have another fascinating chapter by Rupa Patel. This is on synthetic voices for healthcare applications. Rupel is doing some amazing work looking at how you can create voices for for brands but also in the medical field. How can you create a voice for somebody that may be losing their voice? It's really really powerful. The next two chapters are edited versions of podcasts interviews. That took place here on this podcast voice I health we wanted to incorporate some of these interviews into the book as well touring to bring a real personal aspect to the To the narratives that you are reading and so as I said we have two chapters here coming up next Chapter Eight is voice. I health interview a diabetes. Care plans with an wiler. She actually won an award for her diabetes Alexa Skill and then chapter nine is entitled Voice I health interview Alexis skills for pediatrics. And we have Devon Nadar Speaking about some of her experiences with creating some skills specifically for pedes then we have a very interesting chapter by Robin Christoffersen. And it's called the rapid rise of voice technology and it's awesome power to empower. This is all about accessibility and Wonderful wonderful addition. And I do have a short clip here from Robin. Speaking about his chapter. So here is a Robin Christoffersen. My name is Robyn Christopherson. I'm head of digital inclusion at UK technology and disability charity ability net. I wrote chapter about how the Echo and voice first technologies more. Broadly represent a fantastic opportunity for people with disabilities. I've been lucky enough to be working in this area of technology and disability for the last twenty five years and health is incredibly important so read the chapter and learn about how voice first technologies are being used in so many different ways to help people live more productive healthier happier. Mo fulfilling lies. That's wonderful. And I love those comments from Robin so you can get a little taste of what that chapter is all about The next chapter is chapter eleven. And it's entitled an overview of Voice Technology and healthcare and is really by a team of authors from a Macadamia Technologies And they have been real leaders in the voice for space as well. So it's a it's wonderful to have them part of the book. The third section is next and this third section is called voice technology and the provider experience. Now go from you're describing. What the patient will experience were is experiencing with voice technology. And now we tackle what be provider is experience is experiencing and the first chapter is chapter twelve in this section and it's Mayo Clinic. Patient centered innovation driven. And this is written by a team at Mayo Clinic including a Doctor San Pruthi. Who's one of the cover authors of the book so Again a very very well written and excellent chapter chapter thirteen we get to another a voice L. Interview Voice Technology for behavioral changes. And in this chapter I speak with Dr Mattson Boesky. Who was on the PODCAST? Awhile back and he talks about his experiences about how we can use voice technology to really influence positive behavioral changes and hopefully this results in positive health outcomes. Now the next chapter chapter fourteen is called the laws of voice. This is critical to us in the healthcare. Space looking at implementing. Voice Technologies because. This is such an early early industry when it comes to voice technology healthcare that there are a lot of questions right now and we have to lawyers heather dealer and Bianca Phillips who we are very fortunate to have as a contributor to the book who outlined some of the questions. Some of the concerns in this regard and Bianca has Been Gracious enough to provide us with a clip for her as well alenquer chapter so here is Bianca Phillips Phillips I'm a lawyer with research expertise in medical law and digital helpful and they coordinate at Elektra of legal process methods and institutions in the. Jd Program will try blow school. I'm one of the contributing authors alongside co off a headache SLA. Us Attorney specializing in digital at life. And then what happens? The title of our chapter is the laws of voice as we enter this new frontier of waste best health lawyers and lawmakers will seek your expertise on the role of voice technologies in society in order to cheat. They understand the legal environment and the laws of voice. Now chapter rate is presented with nine hypothetical scenarios. We've uses a voice. Technologies in pre and post operative cat pediatrics genetic testing into health impediment health tracking. We then discuss some of the lake will considerations and legal contracts relevant to h scenario the chapter then tends to you by asking a range of questions and presenting. The guide called the eight pillows. We get you thinking about what below should be. And you'll role in shaping the future of law and society. So that's wonderful as you can as you heard. It's an extremely important chapter in this Early Industry when it comes to voice

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"robyn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"robyn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Air Scape by Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians apparently air escape is one of Robin's own favourite compositions. I love the song. I love this whole album. If you'RE UNFAMILIAR WITH ROBYN HITCHCOCK. And you're intrigued. You WanNa hear more. I would highly recommend that you start with this album. It's called element of light. Every song on the album is different and they're all great. It's moving it's moody. It's funny smart. I can't say enough. Good things about this album element of light. Go get this record the filmmaker. Jonathan Demme directed a concert film about Robin called storefront hitchcock and there's a fantastic documentary about Robin called Robyn Hitchcock sex food death and insects. Both of those are worth seeking out. And thank you for seeking out this podcast as always you can reach me by email at love. That song podcast at gmail.com. If you like what you hear please leave a review on I tunes or wherever you listen to the show. Fi me on facebook. Just search for the. I'm in love with that song. Podcast and here's a tip. Subscribe to the podcast using the podcast player of your choice that way you never miss an episode and Hey it's free thanks again for listening to. I'm in love with that song. I appreciate it. Let's close out with the full uninterrupted version of Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians with air scape.

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"robyn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:46 min | 10 months ago

"robyn" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Robyn. Hitchcock was born in England in March nineteen fifty three in one thousand nine hundred seventy six. He formed the soft boys who released two albums before they broke up. In nineteen eighty. One member of the soft boys was Kimberley. Rew who went on to form Katrina and the waves and wrote that massive hit walking on sunshine. Meanwhile Robyn Hitchcock went on to a solo career eventually forming the Egyptians which included a few former soft boys members Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians released their first album fag mania in nineteen eighty five followed by a great live album called. GotTa let this hen out and then in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. They released their second studio album element of light. Which is my favourite Robyn Hitchcock record air? Scape is one of the songs from this album in Robin songs. You can hear the influence of Bob Dylan John Lennon syd Barrett with a little bit of Captain Beef Art in there as well. Guess but Robin style is uniquely his own. His lyrics are eccentric. Surreal and I think very British and Robin has away of marrying those lyrics to really catchy memorable and often beautiful melodies and he has a distinctive singing voice that I just absolutely love because Robbins lyrics are usually surreal or impressionistic. It's hard to interpret. What any particular song is about well for me. At least but from what I've heard Robbins say about this song air scape. Here's what it's about. One of Robin's favorite places in England is the Isle of White. An island that sits off the southern coast line at the bottom of England along the English Channel. Robin heard that the cliffs along that island or wearing away disappearing at about ten feet per year and he realized those cliffs that he loves to walk along would be gone in a hundred years and that got him thinking as he looked out over the sea that a hundred years in the past two hundred years in the past there was land there that other people used to walk along and then he pictured the ghosts of those people now hovering above the ocean where the land used to be. And that's where the vision of this song came from so keep that image in mind while we listen to the song air scape features Robyn Hitchcock on lead vocals and guitar. The Great Indie. Metcalf on Bass Morris Windsor on drums and backing vocals and Roger Jackson on keyboards and Glass Harmonica. Now a glass harmonica is well. You know when you fill up a bunch of glasses with different amounts of water and you run your finger along the rims to create different pitches. Well Benjamin Franklin invented the glass harmonica its device where a bunch of glass bowls are kind of stacked on top of each other and then laid sideways. Each bowl is a little smaller than the one next to it. So each one creates a different pitch. There's an axle that runs through the middle of each bowl connecting them together. And there's a motor that spins the axle so you can play it like a keyboard with no water required. It's really hard instrument to explain. But you can google it and see what it looks like. Maybe I'll put a link to the glass harmonica in the show notes anyway. The glass harmonica creates very ethereal haunting. Sound that's perfect for the song. The song opens with a backwards guitar part played by Robin..

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Take Your Shot with Robin Waite

Enterprise NOW! Podcast

08:54 min | 10 months ago

Take Your Shot with Robin Waite

"All right Robyn. Can I get it. Oh Yeah Oh yeah nice. Nice Nice first of all robin like we do every single time I wanna say thank you for taking the time out to talk with us because as I know. You're busy entrepreneur. Business owners so there's about a thousand things that you could be doing right now but you decided added to take some time out to talk with us so thank you for that. It's my pleasure. Thank you so much for having me on your show. The next thing I like to do is to ask you to tell us about about yourself now when I say that still free to go all the way back to the day you abort or you can start more. Current Day tells us about Kumaon. Yeah basically I live in the south west of the UK. I've always lived out in the countryside. We have a teachable. I'll take the call twelve and if I need to go listen to visit the the UK they should definitely come and check out the proper like yolly welby costs. Well how does everywhere. I like chocolate box type stuff but now fast forward kind of went through school always wanted to set up a business but didn't really business. I wanted to say so. I worked for a medical device company for about four years systems. Unless I'm a numbers Guy Elti propagate at the gate love my mouth and that point we managed to double the ten Brunei ended up pretty much running the company by the end of the four years so we grew to about a million and a half pounds a year in terms of ten AIBA and being systems analyst. I ended up. I suppose anyway. Firing about half the workforce so we actually work for Stanford about fifteen people down to about seven right because of the systems which I built so very good. I'm list but didn't realize the negative impact on coming on our work or people even at jobs which was fantastic side instead talking and four I started with marketing business. Run that twelve years we agree. That's about a quarter million pounds at ten A.. managed to get up to find employees within that business. That's really great. That will business point. My family was growing so I already had a daughter and then my second daughter is about to come on and I just had that you only have that sort of moment I call it kind of the shit moment where I realized really the agency with great but it wasn't really fulfilling me so I took three months off claims the agency see down and took three months off to spend time with my family and my daughter and you have been a paternity leave on during that time. So we're talking to two Thousand Sixteen fell into the coaching. Actually some people said. Oh you're really successful business. That's in Khost Day in that. Can you help us with that. We don't need to do any of the work. We want you to tell us how to do it so I feel as business business which is what I do now. The coaching practice already built that too similar. So this is actually my marketing business. Not GonNa go to amazing coaches and a couple of other people helping me now and I haven't looked back accurately there's been a real roller coaster ginny. Wow there's so much unpacked there that I don't even know where to start but I'm GonNa take a step back and learn a little bit more about you. What's your favorite thing to do? My favorite thing is the thing so which the U. K. isn't really well nine for itself and you'd probably be looking at Hawaiian someone. uh-huh actually about forty minutes away from where I live now. They've just opened up a wave garden. So that's my Kinda like guilty pleasure disappearing off down there plenty times in the new year. So yes I think. The biggest I've ever said his didn't sound very grandpar- pretty big at the time of fifteen foot waves to Morocco. I call the first. One wasn't quite lucky with the second one and ended up going under the water. It felt like forever but it was about forty seconds before I go back up again and they were very scary. Surreal experience parents. Probably one of the best experiences in My life actually now surfing a fifteen foot wave in Morocco may not seem like a big deal to you Robyn. But that's that's kind of a big deal. My friend tell you what we did is. I went out surfing with a couple of buddies and my friend called me into. And he's like he's like adult paddle paddle and then all I had I was coming off the top of the wave with. Oh Yeah I guess it was more of a big but it was like live the moment that you realized the power of the like. You're you're not point it's just GonNa do what is going to do with you have absolutely no control over it. That's a really good segue to my next question. I'm curious I heard in your intro. The businesses you start it and we're able to grow them in how you were started at a company as a systems analyst and ending running the company talk a little bit about surfing as it relates to that mentality of how you've been able to be successful in business. Joe Funding go on the other day about like if I could align myself with Perry he would not like well. It'd be mass boy again sandwich. Sounds like super nerdy. But I don't know why but I never got the radio bond stuff so you're never going to become like an engineer or something like that but one of the things I did get very early on with uh with the the basic economics on how to run a business in terms of kind of you know not just you know piano profit and loss type stuff ten by not properly sanity but cash is king and cash is one of the things which I kind of understood right from an early age not just to earn it but also have to keep it which is a a thing which a lot of progress really struggle with you here entrepreneur say things like oh I've got cash flow problems but it's not a cash flow problem. The tool the cash flowing into that business is also flown straight back out of the business so he's not cash. Play that issue. It's actually about being up to make more money but also being to keep some of that money so that you can then put towards growing a business and I got that in that first business because the the A business owner at the time. He's a great guy he really got the product innovation side of things. But how do you know understanding pats business so I kind of got into Kunar forced to kind of had to learn it as an eighteen year old school. And I've been out to take sort of fool with tweet to the businesses lifestyle runs in so I'm curious to know a little bit more about that period of your life in career so you end up starting at this company as a systems analyst and you said I think by year four year running the company and end up having a let half the people go because of the system that you put in place. How do you reconcile it? Well I mean the thing is going on since obviously and they got. They got jobs at the time. So that's fine but at the time it was like a you know when you're twenty one twenty two and realizing I like that you'll making people redundant it's actually really hard to stomach because you realize at that point that people hate you and I kind of when I started to run my own businesses businesses on. I realized that if just course this is just part of the journey going as a business owner having to make those really tough decisions kind of hiring and firing people and one of the the things which one of a mentor of mine said this really stuck with me for the United again from the very early on in my business career he said you need to highest level and five so people aren't performing properly. They're things that coming along through replacement then adopting you kind of need to get them out of business because typically the people of the most expensive business but the rules are the most important part of the business and I had this moment I realized I should work for that company and things weren't going well. Ten were wise. But I just wasn't enjoying it. I realized I shot a Graham changing. Take that piece of knowledge. And that's at my marketing business and see thousand four and I'd won so at that point I wanted to roam my marketing business. It'd be big enough. I the hiring people instead of having to find them. Got It so obviously over your career. You've had many things that you've had to overcome. Do you have a methodology analogy or a method to how you overcome challenges me. It's always been about having somebody to because if you try and deal with a lot of this stuff and business on the Rhine. I mean like you're dealing with things that you don't have experience in dealing with this. I have a mental or coach. Who got your back? You know no matter what when the irrespective irrespective of whether you're paying them or not like it's super important you have people around you who understand business because businesses we live in a day and age. Actually where the ten sometimes number businesses that were like the star of the Internet age so here in the UK. I think we had about half million businesses in the guy at the door of the night. Now there's six million serpent comes into business thinking it's super easy to get business. Stuff is a global marketplace clients your fingertips dot she ten number people. Doing whatever your listeners do are you right now. Which means it ten times to get found and so for me? It's always once you have those little moments of realization actually business. It's pretty tough. And you've got my support network around you so that when things do get haunt the wheels fall off and you can. You can go Nassir bit of advice. That's when the magic happens has a great offer. You probably read the book. Thinking Rich Rich Hill only talks about and there is about the mastermind effect and having groups of knowledgeable. People around you. Ron could work all this stuff out on your because you you're working out and you're conventionally but it's much easier if you can do a bit foster

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"robyn" Discussed on 1A

1A

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"robyn" Discussed on 1A

"I'm Joshua Johnson. Let's get back to our conversation with Robin Crawford longtime companion of Whitney Houston. Her new book is called a song for you. My life with Whitney. Houston you devoted a lot of your life to Whitney to her career career. I'm interested in what your life looks like for you today whether your reflection on the journey makes you feel like it was like it was worth it like. You got what you needed out of it like. You gave what you wanted to give whether you have any regrets. How do you reflect on it now? Oh Oh shoot if it wasn't for if it wasn't for Whitney I wouldn't have met Lois Smith if it wasn't for Lois Smith. Who signed Whitney for the bodyguard? I wouldn't have ever met my friend who who is my wife. Lisa Hinton if it wasn't for the love that we when I mean we Leeson. I sat down and dedicated and promised ourselves we would do our best to strive and fulfill our dream to have a family. I would not have my beautiful twins. Jeremy and Jillian so everything was worth it. Do I have any regrets. I don't look at my life with any regrets. When and I were flagged back on my teenage years you know I thought you know we had a freedom in a fearless where we you felt? You were too young to die and now I know better I know better I understand life. I'm not afraid of death and I try to spend my time more in the moment and I'm still still sitting in this chair continuing both of those lives. That's what I'm doing right now. I think it's clear. Take anyone who hears her story or read your book that there is no point in feeling. Sorry for you for Whitney particularly the way you just kind of articulated it that it played out the way it did for reasons that you feel at ease with an at peace with. I know I gotTa let you go in a few minutes. But I'm curious if there there was anything about Whitney that just makes you bust out laughing. That was just one of those goofy things about her or silly moment. Meant or just something that is totally UN. You Know Glamour Queen About Whitney that just humanizes her for you. Oh Oh man there. There are so many. I'm sure there's a lot we only got a few minutes. I'm I'm gonNA tell. You Whitney watched a lot of television television. But she had favorite shows. I Love Lucy and she had lucy down She loved watching family matters and Erkel a was the star character of that show and she would walk around the Hi walking around. The House with our pants hiked up and she walked into a room and she was like she she was very. She loved television because she understood the timing and and and she talked a lot about doing television but back in those days the the saying was superstars. Don't do television. They do movies and I. I never believed that because I felt like Whitney should have been able to do anything that she wanted to do because she gave so much of herself herself. And she didn't get around to doing fulfilling some of those dreams but I've never forgotten them. Robin Crawford her. New Book is called old.

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"robyn" Discussed on 1A

1A

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"robyn" Discussed on 1A

"Our trusted critics six more than two thousand titles waiting for you at NPR dot org slash best books. This is one A.. I'm Joshua Johnson. Let's get back to our conversation with Robin Crawford longtime companion of Whitney Houston. Her new book is called a song for you. My life with Whitney. Houston you devoted a lot of your life to Whitney to her career. I'm interested in what your life looks like for you today whether your for for full real reflection on the journey makes you feel like it was like it was worth it like. You got what you needed out like. You gave what she wanted to give whether you have any regrets. It's how do you reflect on it now. Oh shoot if it wasn't for if it wasn't for Whitney I wouldn't have met Lois Smith if it wasn't for Lois Smith. Who signed Whitney for the bodyguard? I witten have ever met my friend. Who is my wife? Lisa Hinton if it wasn't for the love that et we when I mean we lease and I sat down and dedicated and promised ourselves we would do our best to strive and fulfill our dream to have a family. I would not have my beautiful twins. Jeremy and Gillian Ryan so everything was worth it. Do I have any regrets. I don't look at my had life with any regrets when I reflect back on my teenage years in. Oh I thought you know we had a freedom and a fearless where we felt you were too young to die and now I know better I know better I understand life. I'm not afraid of death and I try to spend my time I'm more in the moment and I'm still sitting in this chair continuing both of those lives as what I'm doing right now. I think it's clear to anyone who hears your story. I read your book that there is no point in feeling. Sorry for you for Whitney particularly the way you just kind of articulated it that it played out the way it did for reasons that you feel at ease with and at peace with breath. I know I gotTa let you go in a few minutes. But I'm curious if there was anything about Whitney that just makes you bust out laughing. That was just one of those goofy things about her or a silly moment or just something. That is totally UN. You Know Glamour Queen About Whitney neither just humanizes her for you. Oh Oh man. There there are so many. I'm sure there's a lot. We only got a few minutes but I'm sure there right okay. I'm I'm gonNA tell. You Whitney watched a lot of television sh- but she had favorite shows. I Love Lucy and she had lucy gene down She loved watching family. Matters and Erkel Was The star character of that show and she would walk around the high walk around. The House with our pants hiked up and she walked into a room home and she was like she was very. She loved television because she understood the timing and and and she talked a lot about doing television but back in those days the the saying was superstars. I don't do television. They do movies and I never believed that. Because I felt like Whitney should have been able to do anything that she wanted to because she gave so much of herself. And she didn't get around to doing fulfilling some of those dreams. But I've never forgotten gotten now Robin Crawford. Her new book is called a song for you. My Life with Whitney Houston Robin. It's been a real.

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"robyn" Discussed on 1A

1A

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"robyn" Discussed on 1A

"Listen and subscribe to life kit back now to our conversation with Robin Crawford. Her book is called a song for you. My Life with Whitney Houston Robin talk about being on the road. Being on tour with Whitney. What was that like? Oh man that was great. I mean that that's part of the rise that doesn't get talked about MM-HMM I remember. She was headlining. Her first tour The greatest love tour world tour and We were you know people think about it as glamorous but at that time there was a airline called People's express and this was when you got your tickets seated on the plane and they would constantly overbooked the plane and and You would get pulled off so one one time it was about. We had about a forty person entourage and we finally. Finally we got bumped on all know how many times and then we all boarded the plane and then they asked about half us have the bus to get off including Whitney Dave bumped Whitney Houston saying they bumped her off a plane and we nicknamed it people's distress distress. Because really. That's what it was. But that Whitney worked and when I main worked she sung ninety minute. Plus sets non stock eleven and a half months out of that first first year and then we came back a couple of months later after she rushed her second an album because our still wanted to ride the wave and she did it again. You know when you think about I know how difficult it is right now just talking to you. My mouth is dry for her sipping her tea and honey I mean it. It was brilliant to travel the world with Whitney Houston because she was loved everywhere and she could not rest unless she knew her entourage. Toronto was just as comfortable as she was. So we all stayed in very for five star hotels. She took great care of us. And the checks never bounce. I understand that behind the scenes. She was great at playing. Spades playing cards talk a lot of smack so there were. There were a yearly downtimes behind the scenes. But I'm sure there were also moments. Where you or she probably wanted to be able to just like take each other's hand I have a little contact? Just be able to feel that between the two of you even with regard regardless of the fame that never that never crossed your mind that never entered your heart. No no I mean. Our Love was bigger than that. I mean it was. It was beyond a physical touch. I already had accepted that. That was not a possibility that was not gonNA happen. So way back in nineteen eighty to February thirteenth where we cemented our or trust and loyalty for each other and her Bible in the Bible that she gave me. We believed in something bigger. Someone bigger girl and The dream of the rise that we were living was massive and That's what we were focused on. Whitney was her talent was limited in her backpack. She had the ability to do movies. These commercials you know. Walk into a room and sit down and raise money for organizations of her that she was passionate about and make it look much bigger now it it. It was work. I'm sure it was but she made it look like it was just like it was just natural and I hear you on that in terms of what she brings to the table and I do WanNa talk some more about her the latter parts of her story. Because there's so much to discuss I guess for me you know I'm gay and I have had the conference. I will never be the Whitney Houston or broadcast journalism. But I've had conversation with alright. Well I'm trying I'm doing my. I have a good good role model. I've had conversations with my partner about the line between work and life and how no matter how good I am at my job. I I still have to be who I am and know that the person I am off air is one hundred percent the person that I want and that none of my work on air air ever cannibalize who I am because that's sacrifices just not worth it. It sounds like you and Whitney made a very different decision. But I'm personally Stanley struggling to wrap my head around that now What what is it? How can I help you embrace the what it is to have a meet someone that you you become you? Just click you become partners at figuring out things at being roommates Giving them the respect and space that they need in order you're to thrive without them asking for it What is it that if you're if you're asking me if I could have continued the feeling of of deep love that I have for I still have that I still have that feeling and that trust and and that dedication for her and But I have a family of my own now and I believe that if she were here she'd be sitting down telling them the same crazy stories that we both both know that we shared and I would I would love that. I would love for her to sit down in the room and you know. Say Your Mother's your mother is so crazy story. I mean it was real. Everyone should have your partners. Your friend isn't he. Oh Yeah for sure how. How did that happen? Will our friendship or partnership evolved from our friendship where we kind of met each other at a tough time and walked each other through it and then it grew and it grew and grew until we fell him up. Okay well fell in love. There's that thing I believe that we just were wait. You know I've hear about that you fall in love and then you're out of love in you know a couple of weeks we were at bats how it felt because we could communicate without talking we had to develop that oneness. Where so you can look at each other and say you know what Like I'm ready to get out here or what they're saying if you know you just know and at that that time in that business all we had was each other when we were out on that road away from home it was just us on there. Also were chapters in Whitney's life later on that became very public very scandal ridden. We know about Whitney Houston struggle with substance abuse some of which she discussed discussed during an interview with. ABC's Diane Sawyer. Let me play a quick clip of that interview is it alcohol. Is that marijuana is it. Cocaine is the pills. It has been at times all at times. If if you had to name the devil for you the biggest devil among them that would be me to my deciding my heart. It's what I want and what I don't want nobody makes me do anything I don't WANNA do. It's my decision so the biggest devil is me either my best friend and my worst enemy. It's Whitney Houston interview with Diane Sawyer. Howdy reflect Robin on her struggles with addiction? Now now well in my book I write about a couple of years ago. How many young people or people in general that we've lost to to drugs and Part of my book is a cautionary tale for my children. Which is why I share some of the decisions that I made? Were not the best ones you know. It's not so much you're hanging in on what is right and what's wrong but you know aim for the best decision and I think that when I think about Whitney you know that interview I I didn't like it if I had been there that interview. You wouldn't have ever happened because she wasn't ready for it she was. She wasn't prepared and I think you know she needed the space she needed to pause and think for once just about her and In that interview she said I am a person. I am not a person who wants to die. I am a person who has life and wants to live and that is what I listened to and I and I hear I hear her when she says that. We're speaking with Robin Crawford. What about her new book a song for you? My life with Whitney Houston will have more in a moment stay close. NPR will help you find your.

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12:39 min | 1 year ago

"robyn" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Is a three CR podcast and this is published or not. I'm going to start with my own story IDA garage sale in January. I found a course. It it was boned lacey. And in all Toba I had great delight in seeing get worn on stage as a costume by a bar girl in missile gone. I do like a garage sale. So what has the the story got to do with my order today. Well welcome Robin. Just use share an interest in secondhand clothes. Oh Yeah Secondhand. Anything and you'll book. Your book has the title nothing new and the subtitle a history streep secondhand right. Sartre secondhand means different things to different people. We get what yes sure it. Does I mean to to make you know it It it likes me up but Lots of people. It's anathema some such a stigma associated with it for many people either because of their own unexperienced when younger of having to rely on second hand and new not being a possibility for them. Or if they're the concept people who don't like dust and and and and germs Yep It seems to be something that they not comfortable with. So does am between those two. Those two polls is a fast spectrum. I always think we've got five op shops in the town. I live in but I always think of them. As you know. Two thousand shops they represent a different thing to every every person who walks in the door. They they kind of antenna achieved to something different every single person. And you just watch what people make a beeline for what they bring up to Canada. Because I work in the shop occasionally and it's just you know people look for in fine completely and use in different ways things that I just would never have off. AWW Book starts with the history of clause and I was surprised just how difficult it was for people to get close now. This is it kind of like a three hundred four hundred years ago. That truly difficult. Yeah there was a limited pool of stuff when you consider. Everything had to be handmade and the cost. That would've entitled other in time or getting tries person to do that. You can imagine why for most people Close what secondhand. Naturally the second hand the Dow might have been the second third fourth honor of that particular couch or whatever that had been either handed down class Walleyes and sold down or had been the Dan and remade for successive sizes of person from a woman's full-size dress and as it went under the uh-huh and so on It would be down to To suit a smaller person so yeah. Secondhand was the natural way of things when there was a limited pool of stuff it didn't own many close the not and so there was a business dealing in close off huge business so by by the nineteenth century secondhand clothes was a was a vast business. You look at somewhere like London and they had. The son had a stock exchange and a fruit and vegetable exchange an only a call exchange for these big commodities. There was a second hand Exchange as well where people the people basically the Reagan bind men but that will call L. climbing. Who would go crying illustrates Clo Clo? Wanting to buy your own club. I would bring back there of an afternoon. I bring back there banshee and sell it from an old clothes exchange they will. They were occupations that I've never heard of a club era by and the translator. That's right and h those each of those three branches of the the remaking and re purposing try that came out of the exchange would be either Mending as they were or remaking or the Club era was That was sort of illogic. Guile overhaul on cluber and love clobbering win onto she. Someone asked me the other night actually where the Australian Word Club for closed could have come from the clobber Elbruz. And I never thought of that. But I guess whom yeah maybe and even when close couldn't be one anymore. What will ray rags useful? All all those. Yeah the RAG man so Principally pipe cotton the cotton wool and silk. So cotton was mainly collected to Mike pipe before Piper was remade as paper before technology existed wall was shredded up to my new Wilson was shredded up by these big two machines call devils cried alone. Dust called devil's us. which would be used to make flock wallpaper as well as to line? The lungs of the work is work plans but that the would be ground up and mixed with a small amount of new woollen fi but to make cheaper quality wall which was very cheap purpose made clothing lots of people flocked to it and it was called shoddy and hints. That's where the words Sean he came. I'm from gives away the quality of the clothing. The the guys who had the uniforms shotty during the American civil war used to say that they would melt during A Jury Sheriff Ryan that would just return to the pulp whence they came so that was those an silk couldn't really be re remind. There was no way of recycling that fabric for anything apart from They use it a bit in not to make decorations on handkerchiefs. And things like this. But that's why at a costume collections and green costume collections. So full of grand so frocks because those were the things survived. Everything else was kind of shredded and pulped and ended up when all other use was Was Gone ended up his manure on the Broccoli fields or Some other sort of berries loved they called hold land rigs and the rags would end up there and be distributed across the fields. Now I'm GonNa get Robin near to read a little bit from one of her books from her book. This is nothing new because I. This was a bit of history that I didn't know and this is once again to do with all close. Okay it's from fifteen called mending versus ending in Paris Chris. During the First World War the British army had vast salvage depot served by a railway siding into which would roll wagonloads of soiled blood stained signed and tattered uniforms at the depot. Hundreds of French civilians most of them women were employed in sort sorting cleaning disinfecting and repairing the uniforms sending sending as many as possible back to the Max sudden soldiers at the front Uniforms arriving the depot side blood-stained or shredded. This to be passed repair was shipped off his rags to the shoddy mill. Still running Jews bring the elites in England the rest would be returned to a condition almost as good as new besides garments of wool and cotton the salvage workers had to revive coats lined with for or sheepskin and leather Jerkins and the long rubber boots worn in the trenches of the latter. Two thousand doesn't pay washed and dried dighly any that were too far gone. We used to patch the wrist. Many of the female salvage workers adopted as they work year. You All British army jackets complete with the stripes. Denoting rank look and we go on to find out in World War Two Collection of fat and Hair curlers Silk Stockings off immunizations. Now that we're going to have to jump quickly through this because it's just fascinating the whole business. We were looking at change. Greatly in in nineteen sixty s with new youth culture decided to dress differently and Mick Jagger wore uniform fancy dresses street with so we get this new hall thing about this opportunity shops tuning into people suddenly started collecting being anti vintage retro and And it just will have the opportunity show. It's the opportunity shop started not far from You'll fitzroy studio In Ninety two thousand five Simpson's hospital was Rising rising money to build a new wing and they had an empty building which John Rin had solved them very cheaply. It was circular. Had Been An all boxing in stadium and before that had been a place where pre movies had been shine And they had this building and one of the people on the fundraising committee whose name was lighting Milly. Milly tell us a former stage star had just come from monitoring holiday of Europe and the US. Yes with her husband and they had seen these bargains shops charitable bag and shops. And she thought we can do something like that. Not just a two day. Not just a two day jumble sale but a long lasting affair so They had a and she. Let's call it an opportunity shop. She the the shop she'd seen. In France recalled magazine Daca Xiang and Ocasio apparently can may not just bogging but also opportunity so she very very cleverly had a marketing brain and called them opportunity shops which is to my mind such a great improvement on the charity shops of the UK or the What do they call them? Thrift shops in the US. So both of those have a kind of a moral under time to them whereas opportunity just kind of sparkle's doesn't it just trolls you. In an in the first three hours opening it made three hundred pound. That's right yeah twenty five and and I just I would just sell out like that and other shop that I've been early on in the thirties near here Run by the Brotherhood of Saint Lawrence Uneven once or twice a month in a tiny little shop and a tiny little shop and the police used to have to attend those openings because so few people could fit inside and and so I mean I wanted to get in there that the crack cat crowd control was necessary. Look it's just not close spoken about in this nothing new. It's atom markets at. What did Henry Ford learn about? The desire for new car seemed goodall. Henry Ford. He had such I guess guess nineteenth century way of seeing the world that he thought people what people want would want in a car would be something that would last. I didn't even have to buy one Chi and it will. He took took pride in this. That's how we marketed. These these team or Ford will be the only kind you ever need to buy. Well rival comic comic as soon got the message that people were attracted kind of new blink in a better model and there was this kind of thing at work. Consumerism was really gaining signing steam during the nineteen especially the nineteen twenties and Indian. Even Henry Ford had to come around to creating new models. That might just have a few extra bells and whistles bats. what he learned of course was that as people bought. New Cars was second hand cars and he had not foreseen that Second hand cars rivaled new cars in popularity and He he actually proposed starting a plan or getting the government to start an operation way by all second hand cars head to head to be junked pulled apart and made into new disassembly. Lie this assembly line exactly so they would not rival the new ones but of course. Ah The used car market either took new market and yet you know this master businessman had not Had no I o industrial not for saying that look we go onto. Things is like Things that sold through the lost property or found object area stories of weird findings just fascinating. Hey to starve finding the diamond among the dross. Let's everyone's dream isn't it. Yeah absolutely I'd just as as we started with you and I Loving a garage sale. Hopefully it doesn't come to what happens in USA that you have to have a seventy five dollar permit Horrible so this is nothing new. It traces the history of secondhand the stigmas attached to it and the business that it continues is to be so..

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"robyn" Discussed on The Paste Podcast

The Paste Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"robyn" Discussed on The Paste Podcast

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"robyn" Discussed on The Paste Podcast

The Paste Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"robyn" Discussed on The Paste Podcast

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"robyn" Discussed on The Paste Podcast

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02:43 min | 1 year ago

"robyn" Discussed on The Paste Podcast

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"robyn" Discussed on The Paste Podcast

The Paste Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"robyn" Discussed on The Paste Podcast

"You very very much nice i'm going to migrate from the keyboard we're heading to guitar guitar land hang on a second right on while you're doing that i'll talk a little bit about where you've been i it's hard for me to reconcile this you were just in houston texas last night no i was in houston texas last couple of nights ago back home in nashville got it okay so you did have a stop along the way i thought that was easy commute and you've been in nashville for for how long are based in nashville four years which is not far from here in atlanta answer just up the pass if you're heading towards nashville yeah yeah i mean some airlines fly direct we flew on a direct airline gotcha gotcha nice well that's a quick trip than i was expecting if it was by car from houston that's crazy but i'm so moving on we have a little bit more about the next song since there's some stuff happening with that that had just happened rather in october but the next song is from nineteen ninety-two and i'll let you you do the rest of telling us what this was released in nineteen ninety-two and it's one of my best of beatles songs i wrote and it's also quite short let's see it's vaguely in choon.

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"robyn" Discussed on The Paste Podcast

The Paste Podcast

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"robyn" Discussed on The Paste Podcast

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"robyn" Discussed on The Paste Podcast

The Paste Podcast

11:24 min | 1 year ago

"robyn" Discussed on The Paste Podcast

"This is the pace podcast so this is the current president and prime minister olivia will ever admirers and human nature general boys it suck stroll straw hi i'm paste editor in chief josh jackson and that was the legendary robyn hitchcock performing live at the studio in atlanta he's today's is guests on the podcast and we'll hear the rest of i want to destroy you and a couple more songs later in the show but i i'm joined by my podcasting partner in crime pays TV editor alison keen to talk doc a little bit about this month's launch of yet another streaming service disney plus while allison colo- so the curtain has been raised and we've got to take a look at everything disney's is offering and their new streaming service gimme your first impressions boy it it was interesting i mean it launched there was no information about this app or anything before literally the day it launched and when it did of course we all broke the servers trying to access it the layout's really great they have a new show new star wars show the mental orien- that's their big marquee start and was interesting those if you actually dive into the back catalogue quite a bit aside from the marvel stuff and the star wars stuff most of the stuff is not available yet some of the older properties are not available till twenty twenty or twenty twenty one and there are quite a few on there that are quite a few things that we have been searching for and we're not seeing it all things like mickey mouse club and things like that so it's interesting it's it's not quite as robust as i think people were hoping for but i believe they said they had ten million people sign up that first week so shabby well you know if you're gonna start with only one market show it's hard to two top something based in the star wars universe by the way the s w i don't know that doesn't have much of a yeah we got to come up with the acronym for that i mean they launched a small slate of shows shows including high school musical the musical the series yes which is very meta fun they have forecast the question which is some short-form four key uh-huh action provokes and also encore and a few other unscripted shows but yeah mandal laurean is the show that everybody has been waiting for an excited between green that and and some of the animated classics i think that's that's what was driving the ten million people i've got a free year subscription as a customer and and that's a pro tip if if you who had get your mobile service through verizon log onto the service i don't know if they are counting all of those in the ten million they probably are probably yeah but you get a free year your subscription but had i not been i probably would have signed up just to get them into laurean on this it's the idea of a live action a half hour show set and star wars universe sat and and sort of the after the original three yam series and it feels like the disney plus might become a sort of a test site right for like could man delorean launch its own theatrical release could it have other spin offs or even for the marvel properties if they start with the series will we see them go to theaters or maybe even like in hindsight something like solo would have been a really good straight to disney plus movie right it was terrible but it seems like that would you know what would have been a great series yeah so so it's going to be interesting to see what they do with us right now i mean we do have have this great water cooler show the mandatory and that we can all watch and talk about weekly release yeah it's a sort of a fun place this is must lost viewing for for i think my whole family frankly it's exciting to have that kind of thing i went into a little hostile i'm not gonna alive because it felt very forced on us like we as i think in working in media if there's something disney either something star wars we have to cover people at three in the morning the day that it aired you know to cover robert and so there was a lot of pressure a lot of feeling like we have to do this but genuinely i have enjoyed it the first two episodes it's been really fun and unexpected and and introducing some things that i it looked kind of dull and it's actually very funny and very cute which i was not expecting at all i mean when you're looking at something like disney you're looking at the the corporate behemoth that has swallowed up everything and everything that you know you're watching the art corporate IP is sort of that a hand heading in the background so i put together a list of the fifty best movie streaming and on the service and it's a pretty impressive list but but it is really specific i mean it's there's blockbuster animation superhero movies there you're not gonna find martin scorsese films on the streaming service but even some of those old favorites like i used to live gummy bears and things like that they're not available yet so that's interesting sort of as disney's pulling their IP back from other streaming services and other places places that have been theme song stuck in my head you're there and everywhere so but yeah so think of this though you have for from the movie side you have so many of the pixar movies star wars movies marvel disney animation classics the muppets national geographic all all of these companies the mouse's gobbled up including which it just feels like they're getting sneakier at twentieth century fox so you see the sound gone there i had a whole generation of kids is going to grow up thinking of that as a disney movie yes yeah fox searchlight films like danny boyle's millions are are on there now that's right but not not some of the racier dizzying i mean everything about this feels clean the layout design there's not a lot of fluff i mean there there is fluff in that there's a lot of like disney channel original movie well more than that let me tell you about the failed ABC pilot fuzz bucket which is also on there and folks if you go into the fuzz bucket page on disney sie plus watch the clip that's provided is not trailer it's a clip it's the most frightening thing i've ever seen in my life i don't know how this was ever green lit in in any any capacity it's horrifying so definitely check that out in a bucket so full but in a way it feels like the opposite of something like amazon on prime where there's so much stuff on there that has like not even be movie but like see movie horror film buried on page seventy seventy six that you know i it's such a random assortment this is like disney bear carefully curated nearly managed cage it is it is here's what we i want you to walk and by yeah the app is not without its problems though currently it doesn't have a continue watching feature so you'd cannot start from where you stopped if you leave the app you have to search for it again there are a couple of things with the watchlist and some functionality stuff with buffering that's been an issue but those things i should get working right those things will get anyone as someone on twitter anyone's ever played an imo RPG online we'll know that the first day something launches it's a complete disaster because it's let's say you just can't predict what's going to happen with it but disney pluses had a pretty smooth entry into the streaming world so far and yeah we also that apple disney could change the game i don't think that's going to happen yet but keep an eye out the next few years i think this is really going to change things in a big way yeah and the one two punch plus HBO's does new offering coming out the warner media HBO max library is going to be massive if you think about you've got of course all of HBO plus all of warner brothers others all of turner as well just combined into one and in cartoon network and hanna barbera and all of that stuff i mean that's going to be massive but what we've seen we now though with all of this splintering it used to be your netflix account that was where he got everything streaming and it was either on that are not on that flex then came along hulu you an amazon prime HBO always had its own thing but it's just getting more and more splintered and all of a sudden we may have cut the cable bill oh but we're we're basically bringing back that bill and if you had yeah all the all the streaming services i think it comes to something over one hundred dollars which is about about the same as the basic cable so you know it's it's an interesting time and i think that disney will be you know launching more and more original shows shows but on a very delayed schedule their big shows the most remarkable tie-ins but i think that's going to bring a lot of people to the service is pretty cheap disney's a brand rand that people know and like and trust at something that people know they can let their kids just tune into and watch without having to monitor it too closely and that's a that's a pretty valuable thing so so if amazon could get there get themselves together i think they could be a bigger player than they are but they're the navigating on amazon dot com's a disaster and they have no way of actually actually highlighting any of the the program that they have all the add ons that you can get through amazon as well so in the end it might just come down to functionality and user experience i know that's let's go to i'm blown away with these enormous companies having really bad UI you know really bad user interface like on on the app on you know the way that it's designed so i think they'll get their act together but yeah disney plus i think it's fair to say his is here to stay and had a very successful launch mental oriented genuinely good despite all the feeling of the crushing feeling of the marketing machine working behind it every single frame yeah i disney definitely here to stay and i think there will be some some spoiler alert closures one second baby yoda's on on on christmas this year actually i believe they've missed out on the window because toy manufacturing has just apparently a lot of leaks you can't keep anything secret there so we might not see it this year but boy when it comes we're all going to have one yes all right thank you alison all right robyn hitchcock has been performing since the early nineteen seventies first first in a series of bands in london and cambridge including the soft boys and later solo and with his band the egyptians he now lives in nashville and stop by the studio for an interview and performance here's pastes andrew barco and robyn hitchcock all right and we are live with robyn hitchcock here at the pace studio in downtown atlanta georgia thanks for being here it's total pleasure to be here andrew paste mission control in atlanta the HQ yes the last time we hung out was at south by south west same sky studios in in two thousand seventeen yes when it was a bit warmer a lot warmer yes it's finally fall here in atlanta and yeah we're somewhere around the thirty degree mark which is odd but i hope you've been warm feel cozy i'm totally cozy here in this in this hive.

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The Latest: Protesters block main road in Hong Kong

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Protesters block main road in Hong Kong

"Pro democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong were involved in a standoff with police I've tried the polytechnic university the last holdout to students who had taken over several university campuses Robyn brown's is their brakes have been scattered and Barry is torn down to construct makeshift roadblocks police and protesters have exchanged tear gas and petrol bombs respectively for now though they remain separated by one hundred meters across the road all this is happening as several China PLA's soldiers look called from behind steel gates across the road at an army barracks for the first time since these protests began soldiers left the barracks yesterday to help clear a blocked thrown wearing T. shirts and shorts they told the media the highly contentious move was to help end the

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Whitney Houston's close friend reveals intimate relationship with the late singer

Mitch Albom

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Whitney Houston's close friend reveals intimate relationship with the late singer

"When Whitney Houston married Bobby brown in nineteen ninety two her maid of honor was a woman by the name of Robyn Crawford well now Robyn Crawford says that her and Whitney Houston had a romantic relationship before she married Bobby brown in Hollywood is all a buzz as it turns out Whitney Houston and her best friend Robyn Crawford were more than just friends the authors spoken out for the first time on television detail in a romantic relationship with the late singer saying we were intimate on many levels and all I can say was it was very deep and we were very connected this is part of a dateline interview she's doing and said it was early in their friendship and it was physical the women met as teenagers working at a summer camp as counselors in New Jersey Crawford called a relationship with the Grammy Award winning artist to deep on however she says Houston ultimately broke it up because she wanted to she did not want to interfere with her music career and with us is a cut from the interview here she said I don't believe we should be physical anymore the music business was a world that we were learning and we didn't want anything to interfere with where she was going with you we are angry disappointed I just felt that I wouldn't be loosened match I still love her the same and she loved me and that was good

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Whitney Houston's close friend Robyn Crawford says they had sexual relationship

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:09 sec | 1 year ago

Whitney Houston's close friend Robyn Crawford says they had sexual relationship

"And a former close friend of Whitney Houston releasing a book that details their love affair Robyn Crawford telling people she was Houston's romantic partner through the

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Billionaire Bull Teslas Plan for China Davos in the Desert

Squawk Pod

08:00 min | 1 year ago

Billionaire Bull Teslas Plan for China Davos in the Desert

"This squad the daily podcast brought to you by the team behind squawk box control to CNBC's essential morning show every day get the best stories debate and analysis from the biggest names in business and politics today legendary investor Ron Baron believes strategy that goes beyond tomorrow is key to a positive outlook today the next fifty years there's going to be similar to the last fifty years that'd be twenty five times your money invest now tesla new Chairman Robyn Denholm took aligns job but she's still one of his biggest fan the way he runs the company is is phenomenal in Davos in the desert Saudi Arabia's anyone investment conference kicks off next week who's going WHO's not and why it matters commissions and happens companies. They don't have permanent enemies you know they don't have permanent friends they just have permanent interest I'm CNBC producer Cameron Kosta it's Friday October twenty fifth todd begins right now under by three two one two Andrew Good morning and welcome to spot right here on CNBC we love Nasdaq market site in Times Square meant Ross sorkin along with Joe Kernan becky quick with she is live in the barren investment conference with the legendary Ron Baron we're going to get to them in just Ron mine is a buy and hold investor who's long term strategy has made him a legend on Wall Street every year CNBC goes to his investors conference this year and many of years Kikoko's and so does Katie your usual podcast host they cut off this morning off camera we're at Lincoln Center in New York City today and this is where the baron investment conference is taking place it's an annual conference that we've been coming to since two thousand and eight so we've been longtime longtime participants in just coming along for the ride and seeing what Ron has to offer mazing thing is ron brings lots of big entertainment where it Lynn Lincoln Center so in the past he's brought guests like Barbra streisand or Bruce springsteen or McCartney which he said was his favorite but the big deal and the reason somebody shareholders who come here the Barron shareholders come is because he brings up his managers they give their take on the world and then they bring up the CEO's a lot of the the biggest companies that Burns invested in and and so it's really kind of a mix of entertainment and and and really of view of what's happening in the economy and what's happening in business so so Ron's whole perspective is by hold stocks for a long time this am businesses invest in people you know some of the people that we've met her over the years have been people like Elon Musk who's the head of Tesla and creator of Tesla we've met Kevin plank who was the founder and CEO of under armor he finds people who he thinks are at dynamic who have big ideas and then he watches the companies and watches the markets now he said buy and hold for a long time that doesn't mean buy and hold forever like Buffet Likes To do Warren Buffet likes to do under Armour Kevin Plank was a big investor in that company but there was a time if you eight years ago where he said Okay it's time to sell what's your big takeaway on Ron's message for investors right now particularly with the way the markets are you know if you look around it's a pretty turbulent time his take is that this is an incredible time to get into the markets he thinks people are far too pessimistic are host Barron Investment Conference Ron Barren Barren capitals chairman Ed. CEO Let's talk a little bit about your theme this year it's called what's next why what's next and what is next so what's next is that so we're looking for faster growth in the future then in the past and but what's next is the growth the economy goes for the stock market what do you mean economy and and what I think is that when you think about the turmoil that's taking place in the stock market now and everyone is afraid that's you know and people have higher amounts of cash and they've ever had before in Europe they have negative interest rates people so concerned is eighteen central banks can in Rio do there The interesting United States are have been going down the way I think about it though is that the stock market today is pretty much the same values nations that it was in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and sixteen point six times earnings or sixteen point five times earnings then then was amidst turmoil you had the city's on fire the national guard the streets are trying to keep law and order yet the Vietnam War protests women's rights protesting so so everything was it's a mess but but really sticks and the assassination of President Kennedy swapping my office about I have a lot of younger people mouse and they said tell me about this assignations sixties and people said well John Kennedy said anyone else and they said I don't know it was Martin Luther King in one thousand nine six eight and Robert Kennedy Nineteen Sixty eight they tried to get George awesome so so there was turmoil and it was a concern that that the country was going to survive but the stock market then was thousands on Al Jones is now twenty six or twenty seven thousand twenty six times the economy then was eight hundred and fifty billion is now twenty one point three trillion twenty five times so all you had to do this believe that this country was going to survive and invest then and you would have made twenty five hundred money and so I think that what's going to happen in the next fifty years of course I'll be one hundred twenty six by then and you can reach me at Barron Funds Dot Com they will know where uh-huh and but but I'm thinking about the next the next fifty years it's going to be similar to the last fifty years that'd be twenty five times or money if you invest now and and and even better is that interest rates today or one and a half percent one point six percent for ten years they're normally four and a half percent for ten years you have platform investments now so it used to be when I was young and you wanted to make money you'd build a factory for a million dollars or hotel and then maybe eight hundred thousand one hundred fifty thousand after you take the risk of putting up a million and so but now you've you've come into capital late business you have technology I therefore other people giving you money writing off have platform built you could be a licensor people could be using your business in the cloud and then all of a sudden you start getting revenues and that revenue you just seventy eighty ninety percent margin that's worth more than a earnings per share company without having put up the capital people finding some of these two so you can do it exactly so it's capital low interest rates the technology technology is making businesses grow faster because and and also it's it's making your costs be lower and then knowledge knowledge is growing the fastest pace than it's ever grown and it used to be one hundred years ago that knowledge doubled every hundred years and then after World War Two it was twenty five years and now it's every eighteen months and with the Internet of things going knowledge is going to double according to IBM every eight hours or twelve hours knowledge humankind but when when you look at our growth that we've seen to this point a lot of people say our economy is just stuck in a slower growth economy we're never going to be able to grow faster pace we've seen it pick up a little bit over the last several you ears but why isn't reflected in the numbers why isn't the economic growth stronger because you're right information technology all of these different ways of increasing our productivity are it's not reflected in government numbers right now people are afraid well you're in one of these the economy doesn't go like this it goes like this and and so the result to that whenever goes down people say this is it this is the end I better get out and so all these people watch remote show in the morning and everyone talks about well the stock market invested

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Online Dating by the Numbers

This Is Why You're Single

10:29 min | 1 year ago

Online Dating by the Numbers

"Welcome to this single podcast podcast. I'm Laura Lane and I'm Angela spare. We were the CO writers of the book. This is why you're single every highlight a different dating topic this week's episode is online dating by the dumbers emmers. Yes also on the line talking about what's new in dating news. A writer gets creative trolling scammers on tinder and a man hacks tinder then we're diving into the mailbox to answer your listener questions including a listener who is tired of having weird encounters on dating apps and another who wants the guy she seeing to delete his APPS APPS but first we want to welcome this week's guest she is a comedic actress and the Creator playwright of the off Broadway show date me in okay cupid experiment. Please welcome Robin Lind Norris Hi everyone thanks so much for having me. Thank you for coming on the show so we had scheduled robin to be on the show when she was in New York and then I got sick as I've talked about many times on the show so this is our first time we've ever had a guest do this remotely Robin is in. La and we are in New York. We've had a rule that I guess have to be in the studio but I cancelled on Robin last minute when I went to the hospital and now we're so excited to have her back because angelides at a little title. BFF Date Ni- and saw the show and we loved it. We had so much fun. Oh my God we had so much fun and you know. I don't know you know you never know what you're going to get with. The show we walked out of there and we were like that was amazing. I wish we had written it so the biggest compliment thank you yes your show is based on an experiment you did where you create in multiple fake profiles of quote Unquote dateable people and then interacted with it's the real people on Okay cupid through these profiles. Tell us a little bit about that. What sparked that idea and did you know at the time you'd be using it for comedy comedy material later okay so it's a slightly different what's in the current show than what actually happened in real life so I'll give you the real life story because I think it's pretty interesting? The whole thing was a total accident I had just moved to. La from Chicago and I absolutely absolutely love L. A. Now it was very lonely when I first moved there and I had gone through a number of awful dating experiences where I had pretty much just was flatlined given up. That was the state I was in and my friend. Lori called me on the phone one day and just said hey are you on okay cupid. I made a profile sal. Would you check out my profile see if I wrote anything weird and this is actually pretenders to a little bit of history like this show came about in Los Angeles than we were in Chicago and now we're in New York so in. La this was pretender and I was very much of the I'm old fashioned. I'M GONNA meet my soulmate in person kind of the state of mind so I was like no. I'm not on okay cupid but I was like I'll help her out so you have to have a profile to look at other people's profiles so I was like fine fine. I'll take five minutes and fill out a crazy cat lady. It was just the first stereotypical thing that came to my mind of course anyone who's yeah exactly so for for anyone who's on okay cupid the reason I like that dating APP is you get to write a little mini bio and you can kind of present yourself however you want you know and and I think psychologically so fascinating at once. I got into the experiment to read what people were doing now. This is my first time so I just answered the questions in all caps you know like like on purpose. I love kitties. If you don't love Kitties then you won't love me Beep Boop beep up like I was making robot sound on a typical Friday night. I'm playing with my kids of course like so stupid right and I like and men doubt it yeah exactly I forgot about it. Then went to check out lorries profile went to dinner with her and a couple of girlfriends two days later and hundreds of messages hundreds hundreds of the typical you see some of this in the show like the typical sexual innuendoes because Katie you know right and then an but then guys talking in all meows but in grammatical paragraphs which so good so hard I was dying and then I started to get reflective because I was like cold on this crazy cat lady is more popular online than I am in real life so what's wrong with me and that's where the idea came came from the original show was called UN dateable and I took it to my friend Bob Ladwig. We were working on some stuff and I was like hey this thing happened. What if we did an experiment and we just created and what we think are unbeatable or wacky personalities and put them across the country and track the result and see what happens so I knew it was funny any I didn't know it would turn into the show that it turned into and that I would also go on this like heartfelt journey because I also got really worried about these people and we we can talk more about this later but it definitely wasn't a hey? Let's just make fun of these idiots wake because you're talking to real humans and who you really don't WanNa make fun of them or hurt their feelings and they might you know of course there's some guys that might have been jerks and being like hey put some joke but you know some of them might have a real connection Russian right yeah exactly. Everybody's looking for something right so it's like I think you know I'm very overly sensitive Tiv- empathetic person so bob and I did set up rules early on like we were like we're not going to interact with people unless they find characters funny and reach out to us. I we're not going to you you know meet anybody in person or if I felt like people were actually literally into me or my characters I was getting. I'd yeah in a nice way. I tried. I think nice like I'd be like Oh. You're so nice. I just started seeing someone but this is before I even knew what ghosting was but I could never ghost anyone because because I had it happened to me and I was so obsessed so we had thirty eight characters I spiralled. I was like I have to get back to everyone. That's a lot of characters to keep track of feelings a lot of feelings exactly as someone who online dated and use okay keep it a lot I am totally not surprised that that you had men rolling into the craziest profile. DM's because like there's a lot of wackos out there Did you learn anything that surprise you well. Yeah I learned one kind of what you said like. It really is reflective real live so there is a lot of sexual innuendos. UN does and people being kind of gross and stuff for the most part with this though I think because our characters were so specific and unique people were super into it so so I didn't actually get a lot of haters where I think normally you do get that lake. Why don't you write me back? Bitch kind of thing like I most people were like this is the funniest thing I've ever seen and they were really playing along and that surprised me more than I thought it would and then as I did research because I did a lot of research search we were developing the show I found out that the more specific you are in your profile better chance you have of finding a match so when you water it down and you just say like I love to laugh ah you try to you know I love to travel. It's everybody's saying the same thing and you saw that part in the show where we categorize people into online on dating species because I found all these patterns of people like everyone thinks they're being original and they say the same thing as everybody else set always drew my crazy yeah yeah yeah I think even with ours show this is what you're single. When we're doing our sketch we would have the most specific jokes and then we would find out that people are like Oh my God I relate so much to this whatever specific thing I can't think of a example right now but the point is is that even the most specific things when it comes to dating are universal like that's I think what you what you realize but yes as far as the lack of originality in profiles you touched on something that I loved in the show which was on okay cupid they the things that you can't live without people think they are being so funny when they're like food water air and then everybody else is up at one hundred percent right in fact? We actually burn that suggestion because you know I did the show in Chicago for three years so done that a lot of times and it's like the I would say one out of ten people say that and you're like they. I know they did it online because I saw it and then when we sorry I'm people who are listening. Don't realize we have some Improv in the show and we interview people based on some of these questions so when we asked their six things a Lotta Times they go water air and you were like we have to be like that's really great. You get that all the time. Let's get a little more specific ray. You also notice the very odd trend of people referencing the Zombie Apocalypse Lot which I notice as well. Oh my God. I'm glad you noticed that too. yeah I call them. In the species I call them the walking dread because they can't resist talking about about the Zombie Apocalypse and end the end of days and they've got their kids and like it's interesting yeah in the show you imply hi that you met your husband via. One of these fake profiles is that true. Is that how you met well then that's a great question or is that little your creatives gives creative stretch. It's a little of a creative stretch. I will say it was a good one almost nine. Thank you ninety five percent of the show. I was so adamant I was like I wanted to be a hundred represent true. Maybe you know people are like okay for storytelling purposes yet so I in the show. Yes I meet a character that ends up being my husband has been that didn't I didn't meet him online. The character is based on him. You know he's called Math Club historian eighty two and that's like a joke that you know my husband's also a comedian and and so it's based off of him and his spirit but I did meet him at the tail end of this experiment so it was kind of a weird your thing where I was completely shut down not open to online dating went down this whole journey were then I was like everyone so human and I actually did start to feel Jio for all these people as human beings and then I met my husband in real life right once I feel like I did the

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"robyn" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"robyn" Discussed on Song Exploder

"It. Let's go get you <music>. They seven birth name zone the name working with they look good stood <music> <music> <music>. It happens to be up to the parents that i say the gotten. It did yeah <music> <music>. The uh-huh it took the the aw.

"robyn" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"robyn" Discussed on Song Exploder

"And then joseph changed his mind he was like i don't think this is what we should do and then we went back into the studio together me and and joseph an close basically joseph took all the things that we had done the strings and the chords from markets or the things we've done and created this sample that we started calling the sauce aw we used this filter this be fun but stupid house filter and he kind of made like this underwater order feeling all those things <hes>. I think we wanted it to feel like you're underwater patton. You look down on you like there's thousands of.

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"robyn" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"robyn" Discussed on Song Exploder

"Robin is a swedish singer and songwriter. Her first album came out in nineteen ninety-five which was just sixteen years old it went platinum in the us and double platinum in sweden since then she's been nominated for five grammies and started her own record label but there was an eight year gap between robbins album body talk which came out in two thousand ten and her most recent album honey which came out last october time rolling stone and pitchfork all named honey one of the best albums of two thousand eighteen for song exploded robin breaks down the song honey the title track now the first time the public heard the song was in two thousand seventeen episode of the h._b._o. Girls but that's not the final version that was eventually released leased on the album and this episode robin traces the long history of how she made honey a song that the new york times called masterpiece menuhin's robin me.

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"robyn" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"robyn" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Mortgaged on a very unremarkable townhouse like how about just like move somewhere that's more affordable robyn did it yeah so then we gotta ashley getting her makeup done for gay pride and a she's like this is so different from miss america i might be classy packing trick like the best i'm like we know we remember your first episode yeah exactly and she's gonna be while she's gonna get levi shadow then meanwhile on a party bus robyn and a engines l r n cow are heading to virginia pride sport ashley anna robyn is not only there to support ashley which is also there to support purple people 'cause she's wearing a purple wake face yeah whether it's purple people homosexuals march says she's like well you know the party was crazy and just feels like yeah well you know a well here's how started cow lock assay walked in case somebody shade you know she said i love her mom's house which was shape but it was funny but then kansas had a butter knife anti shook it counts like with a bit okay so when you guys are saying to me that michael the straight man who is married he he said he wanted the sec someone's penis and then he makes like a dick fucking motion superfan yeah add roberta to sousa all words all these like who is he talking about he's making i'll be at cal cute i i've always really enjoyed cal so then 'em ashley base times within a cell and she they're all happy just like oh i can't wait a minute and then they'll turns the camera out is like look who else is here supporting purple people la and ashley is mad you know and she's like well i'm i didn't buy both of them but i don't know why rabbit we'd come after being sal i mean let me answer robbins like well i understand her being confused 'cause like i think could you explain you know i we could talk about why it came up and why didn't bring it up to her first i mean i don't care if he's gay yeah and i think she's really mad about it how it came up i'm like you are how a game you ma'am so we are now gay pride were ashley is we've got some new her brother to seeing these famous shot topping hit coffee love and poop poop people call people and dissolve foods trying to be supportive but she's just felt so she's like this is the best sibling composed a love song got to a husband who wants to suck a penis you've ever seen or heard it's all very confusing to me over there that polka on the on the singles that cover give it give that will give that blurb to pittsburgh now here's kelly clarkson tippers anti award for best sibling compose love song to a husband who wants to suck a penis you've ever seen or heard new category and the crappiest so ashes like wow i'm so proud of ashley she really is beyond say lemonade made with penises listen live sense you husbands you wanna suck venus's you make penis aid and apparently a group of people shot up a new people have rights too i'm sick of seeing those commercials where the juice disparage purple drink to denounce after the show at rob internationally like rashly comes up in like is like saying haida them thanks for coming and she in robbins are having a conversation yeah so now of course it's a housewife so so let's go gay pride and then argue about how somebody is not gay gay pride come on guys yeah yeah exactly so ashy chill says that robyn was using a dinner party has an opportunity opportunity to attacker and robyn.

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Illinois Could Vote On Bill To Loosen Abortion Laws

Glenn Beck

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Illinois Could Vote On Bill To Loosen Abortion Laws

"Several states have been voting to put new restrictions on abortion laws in place. It will noise could vote today on a Bill to loosen abortion laws measure state rep. Robyn Gabel says would ensure women in the state have a right to choose. I came up at a time before when abortion was illegal and the thought of going back, there's pretty terrifying. I mean women were dying just to try to control their own reproduction, but opponents say the measure goes too far and was brought up at the last minute now goes before the full house

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Illinois To Vote on Loosening  Restrictions On Abortions

Glenn Beck

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Illinois To Vote on Loosening Restrictions On Abortions

"Several states have been voting to put new restrictions on abortion laws in place. It will noy could vote today on a Bill to loosen abortion laws measure state rep. Robyn Gabel says would ensure women the state have a right to choose. I came up at a time before when abortion was illegal and the thought of going back pretty terrifying. I mean women were dying just to try to control their own reproduction, but opponents say the measure goes too far and was brought up at the last minute, it now goes before the full house for

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Ethiopian Airlines flight to Nairobi crashes after takeoff

Warren Pierce

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Ethiopian Airlines flight to Nairobi crashes after takeoff

"Crews. A new Ethiopian Airlines Boeing seven thirty seven eight hundred max flying from Addis Ababa Ethiopia to Nairobi. Kenya crash. This morning about six minutes after takeoff. There were one hundred forty nine passengers and eight crew members on board an airline spokesman now says everyone was killed in the crash. The plane was on a regularly scheduled flight on a popular route. When it went down about thirty one miles southeast of the airport. Correspondent Robyn Kriel is in the capital down a place called Adama which about an hour sitting in a guy from late international airport. Took off the plane was delivered. Ethiopian Airlines just in

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Tesla names director Denholm to replace Musk as board chair

24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Tesla names director Denholm to replace Musk as board chair

"Tesla's named one of its own as new board chairman to replace Elon Musk Tesla's boards named Australian telecommunications executive Robyn Denholm is chairman effective immediately. The move was part of the terms of a fraud settlement with the us securities and Exchange Commission, which alleges Musk's duped investors with misleading statements on Twitter about securing the funding to take tesla. Private then home will step down as chief financial officer and strategy had an Australian telecommunications company Telstra after a sixth month notice period, she'll work fulltime at tesla where she served on the board since two thousand fourteen muscular remain is Tesla's chief executive as part of the

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