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Primary results: Kris Kobach loses Kansas Senate primary
"Primary season and in yesterday's contests, Progressive Democrats scored two high profile victories. While a conservative aligned with President Trump lost to a more mainstream Republican in Kansas. NPR's Susan Davis is here to sort through results and tell us what this might signal about November. Let's start with the Republican contest where former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach lost the GOP Senate primary to Congressman Roger Marshall today you wrote that this is a win for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. How so? Well. Marshall was McConnell's preferred candidate. The Senate Leadership Fund, which is an outside Superpac align with the leader spent over $2 million to help Marshall win. McConnell, like many Republicans believed that if Kobach had won, he would've tanked the party's chances of holding to the on to that seat in November and very likely could have taken the majority down with it. A word of caution here, though, Marshal is still not a sure bet. There's still interesting things happening in Kansas, and that race looks like it could still be competitive. And I've talked to GOP strategist who say it's gonna You know they're going to keep investing in Kansas to keep it in their column, but ultimately this is a seat that will be harder for Democrats to win and the battle for the Senate carries on.
Senate Holds Confirmation Hearing For Trump's New Pick For Ambassador To Ukraine
"Update now on two important diplomatic vacancies. One is the post of U. S ambassador to the Ukraine. The last woman who held that Senate confirmed job was a central figure in President Trump's impeachment. And now the president's pick for the job is facing some lingering question in his own confirmation hearing. NPR's Michelle Kelemen reports President Trump's ouster of the ambassador to Ukraine featured prominently in his impeachment trial. Marie Ivanovich face to smear campaign by Trump's private lawyer Rudy Giuliani, who had been pressing Ukraine to get dirt on Vice President Joe Biden. Senator Bob Menendez, the ranking Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, says that's still happening. Giuliani Esteban, Savory Ukrainian characters have not let up their efforts to use Ukraine to interfere in U. S politics. Others in the Senate seem intent on amplifying their efforts. Menendez wants the new nominee, retired Lieutenant general Keith Dayton, to avoid playing into this and avoid any meetings with Giuliani. Senator I'm not going to commit to that, because I believe that as an ambassador, I would have the obligation to meet with any U S citizen and hear them out. It was a home. Dayton has been a defense attache in Moscow, a security advisor for the U. S on the Israeli Palestinian conflict, and, in recent years has run the George Marshall European Center for Security Studies in Germany. He's well versed on Ukraine, but his answers frustrated both Menendez and another Democrat Chris Murphy. So at the end of the hearing, he did offer this reassurance. Ify is the U. S ambassador and key Have any indication that there is any kind of election interference going on using Ukraine as a azalea ever to do that? I would, of course, report that directly to this committee. I think you have a right to know that I think I have an obligation to report that to Dayton says his priorities in the country, if confirmed, would be to help Ukraine fight corruption and beef up Ukraine's Navy and Air force. Next door in Belarus. The U. S is reviving diplomatic relations in part because of Russia's aggression. In Ukraine. Career diplomat Julie Fisher has been tapped to run the U. S embassy in Minsk. Our relationship with Belarus languish for more than a decade. But after Russia's illegal seizure and occupation of Crimea, and it's manufactured war in Ukraine stone best region, we began to see signs of interest from the Belarussian sign. Belarus recently bought US crude oil to decrease its dependence on Russia and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Minsk earlier this year. But the's warming ties will be tested by an election this Sunday, and Fisher face questions about that the first component to ensuring that we can continue to grow this relationship. Not see steps backward in the conduct of this presidential election. The long time ruler Alexander Lukashenko is facing a united opposition in the run up to this election, and his regime has been cracking down. There will be no international monitors, though Fisher says the U. S embassy will be watching the vote closely. What we are trying to get Johnny is basically to ensure that there is space to ensure their space for more than one voice. In this country. Lukashenko kicked out the less U. S ambassador to Belarus in 2008 after the US accused his government of human rights violations and tighten sanctions. Michelle Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington
7 New Ways to Grow Your SEO Traffic
"To another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su. Hotel and today we're GonNa talk about seven new ways to grow your seo traffic. So I'll start first because they had a Webinar on new ways to do SEO. So the first way to grow your SEO traffic new way to grow your seo traffic would be to think about on surp- seo but does that mean exactly so Serb assertion that result page, and as you know Seo now is getting more difficult because the search result pages are so dynamic you have sometimes you might have apps you have knowledge box you might have featured snippets you might have site links there's a lot. Of changes happening. So what you gotTa do from your and we've talked about Faq Schema before in the past, we've talked about all these different tactics those all fall on the search engine result page. You GotTa think about how you can do on Seo part of what you can do using software or you can do it on your own, but you can use our software. If you want click flow, you can test your titles Meta description and that is basically one element of on as he'll. There's a lot more that goes into that but I just want to give you one piece. Number two is create new formats of content. So you don't have to just do text based content. You've already seen that Google ranks videos, but did you know Google also rains podcasts? So now crawling podcasts transcribing and indexing them and getting driving traffic to them as loss. So don't create text based content, considering creating all the different types of media formats that people really leveraging these days such as video audio off Cassie I should out there make she include keywords with whatever you're talking about your research on. What you'll find is some of that context also start ranking. For many listings are pushing up just classroom pushing up just video results. So it's a way to grab more search traffic bubbling people already. Number three kind of alluded to this a little earlier. But if you Google, Matthew Woodward Faq Schema. You'll find a way to get Faq. Schema. Set Up, and in some cases you click the rate actually might go higher. This is kind of continuing to follow the theme of on Surp- SEO number four by websites now for their back lanes buying for their brand and their existing traffic and there exists. You'll traffic merging into your site makes you deleted duplicate content merge than duplicate content together what it mean by duplicate is not word for word content. But if I have article on Seo someone else has an article on Seo and they both talk bout began as a test yo you don't have to pay design begins Guy Teissier you'd WanNa merge tackle only do that. What you'll find is Marshall Tropical to ring for Marquee Words All. Right. Number five. So even though we talk about it, I don't think a lot of people do this enough think about how you can build your own widget or how you could build your own software where those will basically because those to me, there are a little more defensible than making new book or a new Info Graphic, for example so An example, this Neil night I talked about this website when covert initially hid a lot of late in the United States a lot of layoffs started happening. So these layoff tracker started going up I was actually looking at one of the layoff trackers recently, sixteen hundred referring domains going that's a lot of lakes. So if you can build something, that's helpful. Genuinely helpful. The people that's very lincoln asset. This is evergreen SEO tactic but nobody has ever talked about talk about Lincoln assets, but don't talk too much about using a product to help with branding or product to build lakes. Another thing that you can end up doing is. Look at popular tools on the Internet that are Mir Space Adam to your website. You can find a lot like code canyons stuff like that will find his they tend to create a lot of brand queries more BRANCUSI's. You have the easier to rank on Google. So yes, eric talked about lingual acids but you can also get tools that create more brand queries will you'll find as you rankings for all Europeans go up even if you're not getting into links. All right number seven kind of similar. Building on the example I gave from number five where you build a where you lied with a product could be a widget as well. But let's use Neil Uber suggests as an example, he has a lot of data, a lot of click stream data. And basically, the great thing about that is that he can make really data loaded post that nobody else can do so I remember recently, I just read something from about how everything you know about click the rate has changed, but they were pulling proprietary data that they have. If you have your own product, you're able to glean zone insights and you can produce. Content that stands out on its own which you have liquid asset that's helping you produce more link cable assets with your content.
Interview With Elle Hearns
"My guest is L. hearns. L. Is the founder of the Marketer P Johnson Institute, and if you follow me on my socials which by the way. Why do you listen to this podcast and not follow me on my socials but if you do, you would have seen L. on my instagram during the share, the Mike Now Campaign we talk about that. But also the Marshall Institute and I was just incredibly grateful to L. for her time and In that takeover of my instagram and then also to come on the podcast. So please Andrey this episode. Feeling. Still No no no Caralis? Awesome. Why always have guests introduce themselves when you introduce your? So absolutely My name is l. her I am the founder and executive director the Marsha p Johnson Institute my pronouns are mandatory and they are she her in her and I am a native of Columbus Ohio. I've never heard somebody say my prone mandatory. Let's pretty cool. Is that is that a state is unafraid use often. I do I think we've kind of bought into this idea that. Are Nouns are available for interpretation as opposed to being ways that we honor not who we are but I, we expect others to honor who we are. So I let people know you know that my pronouns are mine I try my. Best, to respect others you know especially under the guise of assumptions we assume people's pronouns more than we like to admit. Sure. How do you navigate that in your life? Do you find that you often ask folks for their pronounced? Asked when we first met I, think you asked early very early in the conversation. Yeah. For me I interchange. So I go. Between, using gender neutral pronouns for people whose pronounce I'm not aware of or acts directly specifically more intimate interactions that acts but though. At intimate I use just neutral language to be as respectful as I can. So you like. So in that case, you're going to default to them what you're saying yeah. Yeah. You know I always ever. Do at at, it was very difficult for me because you know as a Trans Woman I came into this kind of larger understanding of transmits. After. Leaving jail, and so the pronouns that are used for you in jail are. Very different than the pronouns of the world and so you know just in my life even prior to jail in just different experiences that I had a pronouns where not necessarily something that I saw people. To define for themselves.
Idaho Banned Trans Athletes From Women's Sports
"On behalf of Alliance defending freedom. Why don't you explain your case? It's not just Mary Kate Marshall that you're representing, but many female athletes here And this has to do with keeping women sports for biological women, right? That's right. This is all about fair play. So earlier this year, Idaho became the first state of the nation has a fairness and women's Sports Act, which is just designed to ensure that if you have a girls or women sports team, but only biological females compete on that team. Seems like it ought to be relatively simple and relatively straightforward. But unfortunately, just a couple weeks after Idaho passed that law, the LL you filed a federal lawsuit challenging the law in federal court. The alliance defending Freedom, has asked permission from the court to represent the interest of female athletes in the litigation, not just Mary Kate, but Madison, Kenyon and frankly, the interests of all female athletes who want to compete on a level playing field. We want to see the ball protected. And can
3 former presidents mourn John Lewis at funeral in Atlanta
"John Lewis has been celebrated as a hero at his funeral what a gift John Lewis was Barack Obama was one of three former presidents remembering Lewis inside Atlanta's historic Ebenezer Baptist church he's been called an American Shane joining George W. bush and Bill Clinton and recalling Lewis is a lifelong push for a better America we salute suit up in Marshall Obama called Lewis a man of pure joy and unbreakable perseverance striving until the end to build a more perfect union he says when it eventually happens even if it takes another two centuries John Lewis will be a founding father Sager make ani Washington
America's economy just had its worst quarter on record
"Contracted grotesquely, as measured by the gross domestic product figures out just now. It fell in an annualized rate of nearly 33% in the April to June pandemic quarter, the worst at the worst of the 2008 financial crisis. That drop was 8.4%. Meanwhile, another 1.4 million people signed up for state unemployment benefits in the last week, the second week in a row where that number went up. Democrats and Republicans appear no closer to reaching a deal on a Corona virus relief bill. The extra $600 a week in unemployment supplement officially ends tomorrow. Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell is among those urging Congress to act. Marketplaces Nancy Marshall Ganz ER was on the Federal Reserve's video conference yesterday. What did Mr Powell say about this? Well, he held a news conference yesterday at the end of the Fed's two day meeting, and they decided to keep interest rates near zero by the way. But even in his opening statement, Powell said the Fed doesn't make grants. It can only loan money. And sometimes loans aren't the answer. He said several times that fiscal support that is what Congress does is needed. Now did Powell specify what type of congressional spending he was talking about? Powell said. It's going to take a while for the hardest hit parts of the economy to recover so businesses that rely on people being together in public spaces, places like restaurants and hotels. They may not be able to hire everyone back. There just won't be enough jobs and palace says That's where Congress comes in. I think those people are going to need support. I can't say what the exact level should be. It's not our role, but they're going to need support if they're to be able to pay their bills to continue spending money to remain in their current Rental house or your apartment or house if they own it, so I think there will be a need. You heard there that pal wouldn't talk specifically about the $600 a week unemployment supplement that's expiring, but it's clear he is worried about how people who've lost their jobs are going to support themselves. Marketplaces. Nancy Marshall, Guns are covering Washington. Thank you very much. You're
Tricia Lewis from Recovery Happy Hour Podcast
"So, I think maybe you guys may have heard of today's gassed. I mean you might know her from this podcast might be a little popular. I am so stoked to welcome Tricia Lewis onto addiction unlimited today. I'm so excited to have you here this so fine. Thank you so much for having me. It's so crazy to be on this side of the Mike Yeah Right. I've been in the middle of a launch and like doing all of these solo. Recording so much by myself. It feels a little weird. To be interviewing again on. Yeah, it's I. Never share my story on the show. I just like to share it. Help. People share their story, so it's rare that I get to talk about myself, yes. I get. So. Let's start with that. Why don't you tell the listeners a little bit about yourself who you are what you do and all that good stuff? Yeah, my name's Tricia Lewis and I host a podcast called recovery happy hour, and it's about its second birthday so it's it's going strong, and it's one of the most fulfilling things I've ever done. And I hosted a little event last year called sober by South West with my partner in that Endeavor Kris Marshall. And I got sober in twenty sixteen, so recovery has been a big part of my world for almost four years now. Nice I love that you love your podcast, too, because it is truly one of the pieces of my career that I'm the most proud of it's one of the things, absolutely the most proud of and I just turned two in April Yeah, we started right around the same time yet which I didn't realize until I talked to you when I was on your show, I knew realize that I think because I saw you so much on social media I just made the assumption that you had been around way longer. We'll happy birthday by the way if you celebrated too happy. Second Birthday to you. I just had my regular birthday, too. I just turned forty eight. We'll happy birthday twice. Them up today. That doesn't an interesting journey. Okay, so tell me what made you want to start a podcast? Like what was that thought process for you in your sobriety. That urged you to do that well. I started when I had been sober for two years sober. Something like that and. I was in a facebook accountability group, and with you know Gosh three hundred people, and there's a lot of newcomers in there, and at that point having two years felt like to some people, and and so I was just giving basic advice at anybody would give to their fellow person who's struggling and people kept saying well. When are you going to write the Book GonNa write a book I guess they liked what I had to say and to be honest I. Don't have the discipline to be a writer I'm so envious of people that do and I was like well. What's the best way for me to sort of you know? Give back and. and. Be of service. That doesn't involve writing, so it was a podcast that was that was what I wanted to do, and you know the thing about podcast. Is that so many of them are stories of what it's like? When somebody's drinking which serves a purpose, but I wanted to talk about. It's kind of like you know. I wanted to talk about what happens after what happens once you get sober and you're living your life without alcohol. What's next and so those are the stories that I focus on and You know everyone that comes on the show has to have at least a year of sobriety so that we've got enough to talk about. Yeah Yeah, I love that, too, because it is like I feel like the drunk part of the story is the least interesting part you know. What anyway, because so many of us do the same things Parts of our stories are similar. Some people drank worse than others of course. I definitely had more legal trouble than along. But I think you and I can both agree. The those stories are important, but then after a while you get kind of tired of them, and you want to hear something new. which again is another reason why? I don't really share my story on the podcast? It's not because I'm hiding. Anything is just because it's just not that interesting to me, yeah! Yeah, the recovery part's Res Way more interesting the is, it's been more fun really, and this is something. We've been talking about a lie in my facebook group in my membership site. Like Fun In sobriety. And what is
Trump will not visit Capitol to pay respects to civil rights icon John Lewis
"The world said goodbye to a civil rights icon in our nation's Capitol today and elsewhere, representative John Lewis honored in ceremonies at the Capitol. Talk about how that's impacting people where you are and what you saw, but it's hard to underestimate His impact on the civil rights leader. He was literally one of think a gang of six lieutenants under Martin Luther King back in the sixties, and at the time I think he may have been 25 26 years old Martin Luther King was only in his early thirties. When he gave his I have a dream speech, and we forget, you know, there's such towering figures were way think that they were much older than they were. And John Lewis died at 80 has had this incredibly long career. Hey, was beaten to within an inch of his life defending their right to vote and equal rights. For African Americans. This man is a hero. His bravery is is just breathtaking. One comment. I read from a colleague of his today and I was really taken with, she said. It was during the time of the hippies when John Lewis forever wore a three piece suit and carried a briefcase because he wanted to be taken seriously and thought to be ah, involved with important stuff. And you don't see that much anymore. And not only that, but hey also recalled that when he was arrested for civil disobedience, certainly not violence, but simply Protesting and using his first Amendment right to speak up. He always smile for the mug shot because he goes, I didn't do anything wrong. Why should I be doing anything about smiling here truly one of a kind of the benefit of all Americans then and now you go ahead and what's astonishing is that President Trump once again? Is not doing anything to pay his respects to this American icon. Hey, was asked, the president was asked if he was going to go up to the capital to pay respects to John Lewis, who was lying in state. They're one of I think only three African Americans to ever do that Rosa Parks. And Ah, uh, Thurgood Marshall. I think you were the other two. And he the president goes. No, I'm not going to no explanation. No comments about John Lewis. And, of course, he and John Lewis. We're not B f F S. John Lewis famously did not show up to the President's in all your old saying that he thought he was an illegitimate president. That he thought that he or at least the Russians did everything they could to get him elected and that it wasn't a legitimate presidency. He was going to attend the inaugural A good opportunity if nothing else, and this is a crass way to look at it to score some points. And we're all taught from a very early age. We show respect for those who have passed on it. It seems like an easy opportunity for the president take advantage of well. The president has not done that. For many leaders who died over the last couple years. John McCain, notably He did not was not invited to the funeral but didn't even bother to crash He was playing golf at his name escapes me now the congressman from Maryland who died another African American civil rights leader. Also had clashes with the president. He did not show up for that, then think I think the only major funeral that President Trump has shown up for was George H. W. Bush.
How One Covid-19 Victim Was Lost in the Chaos
"Images and stories from the pandemic that will be seared into many people's memories forever. One of them was the discovery in April of rental trucks, holding dozens of dead bodies out a funeral home in New York City. The people found that day were victims not just of the coronavirus, but of a system overwhelmed one of them was seventy two year old nathaniel hallman. He lived in the Bronx with his wife Mitzi. They were married for forty two years. He repaired whirlpool appliances and in retirement he and his wife or a Deacon and deaconess at the Church of the Meek Baptist. Harlem they visited. visited the sick and shut ins in early April at the height of the pandemic and New York City home in was at a Rehab Center in the Bronx, where he was diagnosed with nineteen, the sent him to the hospital next door where a few weeks later he succumbed to the disease, but that's not where the story ends. It's where it begins our reporter Michael Phillips. He died on April Seventeenth, at Saint Louis Hospital and his goddaughter hope who is a very astute person. decided she would take responsibility for making sure that he was cremated and taking care of and and so his wife is widow. mitzi wouldn't have to do it. And so hope was under the impression that she had only seven days to get his body in the hands of funeral director, or the hospital would give the body to the city, and the city would bury him in a mass grave on Hart Island, which is a the Potter's field for New York City. One hundred and fifty years that the people have been left behind have been buried on on heard island. And, so she thought okay I've got a week to find somebody to take care of the body, and she started calling funeral homes, and they were all full. This was the height of the epidemic of hundreds and of New Yorkers were dying at a day on the day that that Daniel died three hundred eighty four New Yorkers died. And so the funeral homes would just overloaded. She called something like twenty funeral homes, and they all said we can't take him. Her Middle Son was even doing an internship at a Newark New Jersey funeral home and they were full to take Nathanielsz bodies. So she grew more and more panicky over the course of the week, and she contacted a family friend Reverend up in Connecticut, Marshall, Morton and Reverend Morton being in the you know the business of of being a clergyman new number of funeral home directors called up an old contact that he had named James Robinson. Mr Robinson worked out of a funeral home in Neptune City New Jersey as well as one in Brooklyn. And so he said, according to Reverend Morton I'll take care of this for you. I've got it and please. Please take the body down to my funeral home in Neptune. So the Reverend and hope son managed to find a funeral director, who would could drive the body out of New York to Neptune New Jersey Neptune city. And deliver it just before the what hope thought was the deadline at the hospital. They get the body out of there, so they took the bodies of Neptune city Mr Robinson the funeral director was not there. A person who was there said I'm sorry. I can't accept this body. They called up. Mr Robinson the funeral director. And this is where there's a lot of disagreement about what took place, but from the point of view of the family and Reverend Morton. What happened was Robinson said. I didn't mean for you to take it to. New Jersey Take my place in Brooklyn, this is something that that Mr Robinson disputes. He says he never said such a thing. The driver took the body up to Brooklyn to a funeral home called likely funeral services on UTICA avenue in Brooklyn. He dropped the body off there with the people who were there. They put it in. A refrigerated truck was parked on the street. And the family assumed everything was OK at that point. The body was supposed to be cremated on the twenty ninth so a few days later. And when hope called the the crematory to ask whether or not or godfather had been had been cremated, she got an answering. Machine were closed for maintenance the next day. She got answering machine message, but Never received confirmation he had been cremated. During this time news broke about all these bodies in Brooklyn in U. Haul trucks, and that was the same address where they had dropped off Mr Hallman. So hope began to panic and put things together. She called up the Reverend. The Reverend put things together. They all started to worry and at that point they tried to get Mr Robinson to explain where the body was. They tried to get a funeral home to explain where the body was tried to get the city. Medical Examiner explain where the body was, and they just couldn't find. It took until the fifth of May until. Finally learned that her godfather's bodied Nathaniel Hamad's body had actually been in the back of an unrefrigerated u-haul truck left on the street in Brooklyn, just a horrible horrible discovery, and it wasn't the end for Nathaniel. Family, who then spent several weeks trying to get his body and arranged for his final resting. What happened after this? There was another misstep when the bodies were discovered at the funeral home. In the U.. Haul trucks hope called the city medical examiner's office. They had come over. You know when the when the police got there and the after nine one one call reporting bodies and trucks on the street. You know hope called everybody. She could find the governor's offices. The attorneys general of the State of New Jersey and New York. You know. Where's My Godfather? And when she called the medical examiner's office, they had already collected sixty one bodies from the trucks and from clerk. Lee's funeral home itself, including many that would simply on the floor in various states of undress, and on the floor of the Chapel at the funeral homes just loaded with bodies. And so she when she called the medical examiner's office, they went through the list of all the bodies. They retrieved from the funeral home from the trucks. And Nathaniel Holman's name was not on the list, so for days and days she couldn't find out where he was. She even went over with Reverend Morton to the funeral home. Mr Clearly was not there at the time. Mr Robinson was not there at the time and she said. My father was here. Where is he and couldn't couldn't get an answer? And, what happened was and the fifth of May. That medical examiner's office discovered that the name on his paperwork had been reversed as hallman nathaniel so when they had looked up the bodies they had. When hope it call then they looked in their record, says he will what bodies we have. Do we have in home? It came up as a negative. The only had a home in faneuil. And by the fifth of May, they figured this out, and now remember he died on the seventeenth of April, so we're no weeks into this, and only then does hope discover that. In fact, her godfather had been in one of trucks and was now in the care of Medical Examiner's office. At that point, the the medical examiner said look. We have him safe. He's in. You know in cooled unit, so he's he won't decay. To be blunt about it. You can leave them here until you find a funeral director. WHO's able to cremate him? which is what the family wanted to do, so they held onto him and it wasn't until five weeks after his death. I think thirty nine days exactly after his death that they were able to get him cremated, and now his ashes are in an urn that his his widow Mitzi keeps at her bedside Michael. What else did you hear from city officials in response to this as well as from the quickly funeral home. The state authorities suspended Mr Claes. Licensed to act as a funeral director, and then held a series of hearings online hearings to decide whether to permanently revoked his license for you know poor practices, the ruling has not yet come out. They've had three hearings and the lawyers have submitted final closing statements, but the administrative law judge has not yet ruled on whether to revoke his license in listening to the at least one of those hearings, and in talking to Mr.. Claes attorney, he's basically the the argument is they were holding the bodies in the U. Haul trucks as they were moving them from the refrigerated truck which was. Recognized waited two whole bodies into the funeral home to be packaged up four cremation. And so he said we would keep them in the in the U. Haul trucks for a while and then move them. It was hard I think for the prosecuting attorney. I guess he'd be called the prosecuting attorney. Understand that because the argument is why not just move them from the refrigerated truck all the way into funeral home instead of stopping. This is just a matter of a few yards, so stopping and putting them in a truck. Mr Quickly. That's Mr Clarke's defense as well as his lawyer said to me. Look the whole city was inundated with bodies. Just wasn't enough. Space to handle the mall and so things happen. And he said that he thought it was unfair that his client Mr clinically was being singled out when so many other funeral homes were also overcrowded in his in his argument. So, that that is his defense Mister Robinson's defense. He has not been charged with any anything by the state. He has not been his has not been suspended, but in talking to him, his argument is. I never had that body. I never signed any paperwork saying that that body was under my control so everyone who says that I did agree to take control of Mr. Hammond's body is line. That is his argument. There are text messages back and forth in which he says that he would take care of the body, but he also said and give me the paperwork, so there's now a lawsuit underway Msci Hallman and hope dukes. Who is the the Goddaughter of Daniel? Hallman have filed suit against the he quickly home as well as Mr. Robinson And are seeking damages for what they describe of course as mistreatment of Nathaniel remains. Michael as you say, and as you've heard from many of the people in this story, Nathanielsz body was one of dozens discovered in rental trucks during the height of the pandemic. What did reporting out the story and what happened in this one case? Tell you about what happened here in New York at the height of this. So, what are your takeaways from this tragic story? This won't come as a surprise to anybody but. When the pandemic really hits and went really hit New York. Hardest I. At least in the United States of course. It just overwhelmed the system. The city and the people who who manage these things would just not ready for overwhelming the doctor. Was Internal Internist resident at Saint Barnabas Hospital. Who took? Mitzi up to see Nathaniel before he died is she would cry constantly into her. into a mask and goggles because there's just so much misery. All around her. And the same situation occurred with with the body's. Just the city. Wasn't prepared for the awfulness that that's that hit it. I can't judge whether they should have been more prepared. Or there was some mistake making made made at some point. That's not really within my capacity to judge. But, certainly, it was overwhelmed. And that meant that there are a lot of a lot of collateral damage and. Michi and hope, and of course Nathaniel himself were part of that collateral damage, and now I think. Between lawsuits and historians and journalists looking back at what happened. We'll start to peel that apart and figure out. Who did what who could have done things that were you know could have done things better and who who? Who did the best they could?
China launches ambitious mission to Mars
"An ambitious mission to bars overnight and the US will join them in just a few days. Ivan wants in reporter expecting in a week's time that NASA's perseverance Rover will take off. It's not a coincidence that you have Are you a Mars mission? Chinese and American Mars mission all taking off within roughly three weeks of each other, If if all goes according to plan, it's because you're in this biennial window when the two planets are closer together to make the long journey to the Red planet shorter a zit is each of these missions. It'll take them some seven month to try toe reach. Marshall's Democrats are
Washington DC - House Votes To Remove Bust Of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney From U.S. Capital
"At the Capitol Here's ABC is Adam Kelsey. US House voted Wednesday to remove from the capital a bust of former Supreme Court chief justice Roger Taney. Bill directs that the effigy of Taney who authored the 18 57 Dredd Scott opinion declaring African Americans could not be US citizens be replaced with one of Thurgood Marshall, the first black Supreme Court Justice California congresswoman Karen Bass As a black lawmaker, the presence of these statues represented acceptance of white supremacy and racism. Something that we're fighting day in and day out to dismantle. Adam Kelsey ABC
Players plead with NFL to address health, safety concerns
"Training camps, getting hopefully close, there's growing concern among players about the league's safety and health protocol with over 19 coming into deep questions. There's NFL offensive lineman Marshall Newhouse. And there are things that we've asked for. Um, we haven't come to an agreement on about simple health, not simple but legitimate health. Protocol concerns for the workplace.
5-Month-Old Boy, 2 Men Shot On Near North Side, Chicago
"Are are in in custody custody after after a a five five month month old old boy boy was was shot shot last last night night in in old old town. town. What happened outside the Marshall Field garden apartments on the 1300 block of North Hudson. It about 7 p.m. Shots were fired from a car people on the street. Five month old boy in two men, 19 and 25 were wounded. First Deputy Superintendent Eric Carter said the baby had a graze wound to the temple and was going to be okay. This is not normal for anyone. Whether it's Chicago. Any other city around this country is quite heartbreaking, so to speak, to see that everybody has no disregard for anyone's life, life, let let alone alone five five Moto Moto child. child. The The two two men men who who were were shot shot were were in in stable stable condition, condition, Carter Carter said. said. A A description description of of the the suspect's suspect's car car was was broadcast broadcast and and it it was was pulled pulled over over near near 37th 37th and Princeton seven miles away, and to people were arrested without incident. Mike Krauser.
Inside Washington's Name Change
"John How's it? Goin'? It's been a little bit busy. You might be having the busiest off season well, always busy right now to all the deck Prescott stuff, but but you pretty busy. It was on? July six and a couple of things happen. I told my wife said. I'm about to work in eighteen hours a day on July six. NFL. Opposite in what is going on, and it turns out. That was actually probably a pretty good day in hindsight. John covers the Washington DC based NFL TEAM FOR ESPN Since. We are talking about names I. Do feel it's necessary to point out your John Crime I- Amina climbs two different names not. Although I will say had some relatives. Years back did like genealogy, and at one point, it was kind real in Europe, so we could be related I. Just want to put that out there well. I do get mistaken for you. Know I think there's a similarity so. So back to the name at hand. John The Washington football team announced on Monday after much speculation many reports that they will be retiring their nickname and logo after completing review that began on July third. This has been a conversation for a very very long time, but the team's principal owner Daniel. Snyder has been on the record. Saying the team would never in all caps literally change its name, and then here we so before we get to why this happened. And what's GonNa Happen Next? I just want to ask you as a beat reporter. Did you ever think this day would come? Well. Let me let me step back from that pre. George Floyd, no, because in the past. We've had a deal with this topic many times over the years especially in the last seven. I think the rise of social media has kept it alive, but during that time the plan the strategy here for the reds for Washington was to write off the storm. Just weather the storm. Go go to reservations connect with native Americans and do something like that then when you saw the social unrest this year. You started to seep in your head like they're gonNA. Come after them again and I'll tell you when it really really thought they work to be about. Run at this time was. There was a stretch it about a week where George Preston Marshall, who original owner of the of Washington? And he named the team, and he moved the team from Boston, to Washington will statue was outside their old stadium are k. well. They removed the statue, not the team, but a company in DC that owns that land, so you tweet that out and I'd say. Say Ninety percent of the mentions after that on twitter, where about what about the what about the name? What about the name? The next day team says they're going to retire bobby? Mitchell's number only retired one of the number in their franchise history, so they tweet that out and I wrote a story. Put out there. What about the? What about the name? I've. There's just becoming way too much of everything. They did route this. If they put out a statement about George Floyd about black lives matter, it would always come back to their team name. It was to a level that I hadn't seen before. It does seem though at least from the outside that the true catalysts the thing that pushed this over the edge was the teams naming sponsor Fedex and Fedex asiyo. WHO's a minority owner coming out on the record against the name? Yes and I'm going to back up a couple of weeks before that because there some parallel timelines that led to I think this occurrence and one of which was Dan Snyder had reached out I was told by multiple that he had reached out to the League a few weeks before that, and had already started to engage in conversations with the NFL, Roger Goodell about a possible name change along that same time there's the group of eighty seven shareholders and investors were combined six hundred twenty billion dollars in the lead by investor advocacy groups, so they're the ones who targeted Fedex Habsi company Nike Bank of America. It wanders sponsors. If you don't sever your ties here, you know. That's what they want to sever their ties, and so that's what they're pushing. When Fed, ex came out with the statement. That's when when people I've talked to said. That's when they knew it was over. I WANNA to talk about those groups. All of the activists who've been working tirelessly on this for years, but I thought it might be helpful to break down why the name exists in the first place. Where does it come from? The name when it first. Started I guess or was mentioned throughout history was about refer to the color skin and there is. I've got her who worked for the Smithsonian magazine, went back and researched it and found that it was way that native Americans would refer to other to differentiate themselves from. Whites or blacks or whomever else was here, so they referred themselves the redskins than it seemed to segue into a negative connotation, which you know, you'd see posters or read about posters, offering rewards for bringing fifty dollars for bringing the scalp, redskin or bringing Redskin, in which meant the scalp, so it certainly segue into something. That was a negative connotation. So how did it come to be the name of this particular NFL franchise? That's a great question, so we go back to nineteen thirty two and for anybody listening I was not covering the team at that time so nineteen who? Shared a stadium with baseball's Boston braves, so they were called. The Boston braves the following year. They moved to Fenway Park with the Boston Red Sox, so the story that that no his come about from that is that they wanted some sort of. Alliteration with the Red Sox, and so they went with the Redskins, but they also had a coach Lone Star Dietz and several native American players on the roster, George Preston Marshall said he was naming it basically in part because they had a native American coach. Now there's controversy over long star deeds whether he was actually native American up, but that was the given explanation at that time.
Mass Media, Markets, and Human Malware
"Hair Eric? My name is even I'm calling from the Boston area. Could you help resolve the media, markets and human malware mobius band? We're told that the media and social media influence our opinions, but at the same time we are told that in this day and age the media is thirsty for our clicks so in effect we tell the media what we want, and they give it to us well, which is, are we the masters, or are they? The same goes for markets. Markets are great. Great at identifying needs and pricing them, but markets also convince us that we need some really bad things as an example, universities want to import cheap labor to do research. This is done to maximize research dollar spent, and this is perfectly rational yet. You have argued that this is a problem, even though the market is doing exactly what it was designed to do. My intuition tells me that human malware seems to be the culprit here, but what exactly is going on I'll leave that for you dancer. Aviv you raise a very important topic. This has come up a bunch of different places. George Soros for example has a famous principle of reflexively which he believes that he can convey to almost no economists. Effectively it is the concept that not only do minds move markets, but markets move minds. That is, if you think you know what's on, and you start to see that the market isn't behaving in any way. That seems to reflect your preconceived ideas. You may change your mind for example. You thought that the world was falling apart thousand. The stock market starts. Capping upwards very confusing to most people, so there's a way in which you have a two way interaction that you would expect. Social media is both dictating our tastes, and it is trying to figure out our tastes so that it can profit from it. At least the people who run the companies that social media is dominated by now What do we do in a situation which tastes formation is not understood for example in economic theory given that all of this market mediated. We have a very long-standing tradition. The tastes are to be treated as given which I think goes back to Marshall. probably the early part of the twentieth century. So, we're not allowed to ask. Why do you prefer to why and what would cause you to change your tastes? In fact wants tastes are given. They tend to be fixed in economic theory. Precisely because the? Economists didn't know enough math to be able to track tastes change. In fact, this is the basis of my research with PM Alani into gauge theoretic. By adding more mathematics, we were able to show that you could continue to compare people's tastes between two different points in time if the tastes the same. We have a big problem because tastes, formation has in fact, eluded any kind of analytic effort within the economics profession, and we are in a market mediated situation. I think we have to take this two way. Relationship very seriously now. John Archibald, wiler once famously tried to take the mathematics of Einstein's theory of general relativity. and. He said Here's how you'd express it. You say that space tells matter how to move. Matter tells space had a curve. While in some sense, this is exactly what is occurring in the two way. Process that you're talking about. That's actually mediated through a single equation rather than two separate equations, so you have a very interesting situation. Are there equations are? Is there new mathematics our new form of analysis that can actually deal with an interacting non linear system in which we are both being influenced by media, and we are influencing media in return, and now when you have a really complicated feedback loop like that. Can you say anything about whether or not? The market will tend towards a positive or a negative social outcome that is is the market going to officially get us to a better place, or is it going to fishing? Get us to a place that we don't WanNa. Be at all. These are the sorts of questions that have been traditionally punted by the academics, and so I think you may not even understand just how profound a question! You've asked We've been at this for a very long time, and it's stunning to us the way in which the economics profession pretends to be. in curious about this. There's a paper by two particular authors both of whom have received the. Prize, that is frequently referred to as the Nobel Prize in economics. Elbow technically is not. and. These authors are Gary Becker and George Stigler and they wrote a paper called Biggest biggest business dispute Tottenham and they argued that tastes should be treated as the same for all men and do not vary over time comparing them to the rocky mountains. The reason that paper so bizarre is that the field is terrified of your question. What happens when you ask that question is that the field may in fact collapse, and it required to people at the very highest levels. Of The economics profession to effectively put a tourniquet on the bleeding that you can expect to stem from asking that question because they didn't have the mathematics or the sophistication to be able to handle it, and furthermore it may very well lead to a check on the power of economists that question does not have a positive answer, maybe markets in fact, lead US right up to the gates of hell so with the economics profession did. Did was that they put in a very artificial claim, which is that you don't need to worry about that? Because tastes cannot, in fact, be altered, this is positively academic nonsense of the worst kind. You'll find this paper in the late nineteen seventies and I have it on excellent authority from a member of economics, profession affiliated with the Chicago Department in which both of these gentlemen worked that. In fact, they did not see. Economics as a free field so much as as a bulwark against. Soviet style communism given when they were writing. Now, if that's true, it means that we came up with an artificial position in order to make the claim that capitalism was superior to communism. Communism was defeated, but modern economists don't necessarily even know that some of these claims were inflated specifically as a political bulwark rather than it's an intellectual contribution. So vast one hell of a question I. Don't know whether you find that. That was one hell of an answer, but Maybe, we should do more on this topic you've raised in the. For having such a an incisive look at the situation.
Redskins to have 'thorough review' of name amid race debate
"The Washington Redskins maybe closer to moving on from a nickname experts and advocates say is a racial slur native American advocacy groups have long tried to force a change the team shown little willingness in the past but says it's now started a thorough review of the Redskins nickname amid a national conversation on race the NFL says it's on board team investors have been writing sponsors and hopes that they could influence a change FedEx which sponsors the team stadium said yesterday it asked that the franchise chains the nickname Nike yesterday appeared to remove all Redskins gear from its online store last month the team removed a racist founder George Preston Marshall from its ring of fame Sager mag ani Washington
From Active Duty to the Red Carpet: How Hollywood Helped This Veteran Understand Civilian Life
"Welcome everybody today on mission daily. We have Jennifer Marshall. She is a navy veteran and she's now an actress host in all forms of entertainment. She's going to fill in today about what it was like coming out of the military, and then also getting into Hollywood, we're GONNA also find out a little bit about what she has in store for the future Jennifer welcome to mission daily. Thank you so much for having me this husband a work in progress for months now. Well I'll tell you what booking is always crazy I'm sure your schedule's busy schedule gets rearranged all the time to from people cancelling and demanding reschedules, and then we have paid sponsors. It's not always easy. Yeah, gets a little crazy well. Thanks for doing the show and thanks for Karnal period of time for us. Thank you so much for having me. So where are you today right now? So I'm in Los, Angeles today is a very rare day off. So I'm actually in my robe in my bed with my cat, so it's a good day. So, we always like to talk about what you're doing today a little bit how you got here and then what's going on future? So, what are you working on now at I? Don't know if you can even disclosed, but hopefully you can. Oh, Gosh, so unfortunately I can't as actors. Were you know anyone in front of the camera or behind the camera and entertainment? We most of the time we. We signed nondisclosure agreements, and that's just because you know different studios compete. They don't want people knowing who's on their project so I am working on something. Really Great I'm working on projects today I have the day off and so I've got some downtime, and I'm enjoying the downtime. Because once we ramp up and we start shooting. It's going to be a couple. Months of you know relentless. Twelve to sixteen hour days, onset, six or seven days in a row, so I'm definitely enjoying this downtime for the rest of January okay so I want to dive into. Let's dive into that right away. You're famously known as being a navy vet, so the military is generally regarded as a very difficult. Demanding job in there is I would say a notion or this idea. It's probably false and I think it's false. Bad Actors and actresses have. Have it quite easy yet. You just talked about twelve to sixteen hour days six to seven days a week. Tell me what is harder. Is the military or doing your role today? You know it depends because when I was on deployment in the military. That is very difficult. I would say that most of the sites that I go on I am either co-starring, which is just a few lions or one scene on a show that can be. Pretty easy because you're in your trailer most of the day you're relaxing. You're waiting in year. Prepare for when they need you. If your guest starring a little more crazy because you're in several scenes, or you're in one very long seen, that can be quite difficult with the show that I'm hosting right now. Mysteries Dakota very difficult to shoot because I'm in every scene. It's my show. I'm hosting it and so. So there is no downtime I don't have a trailer. Basically just go in the car if I need to relax for a few minutes, but I'm interviewing all the witnesses I'm interviewing all of the experts and so occasionally my co-host will interview somebody, but it is. It's very taxing. It's twelve sixteen hours on set and There's not a lot of downtime so I would say that that in comparison to deployments both. Both are difficult in their own way. And you know being on deployment was definitely more physically difficult, but when you are in front of a camera, and you're hosting a show you have to be on. You have to be intelligent. You have to know what you're talking about. You have to be quick witted. You have to be able to pivot very quickly, and you have to be adaptable, so I find deployment to. To be physically taxing, but I find hosting the show to be very intellectually demanding and I'm drained by the end of the day for sure now I got a quick question for so you're talking about twelve to sixteen hour days. You're talking about six to seven days a week, but a very small percentage of what you do. All the work that you do actually ends up in the final product is that? Is that disheartening hurt that is that just something you've got become used to know? Thank you so much for bringing that up. Because it's people don't understand like especially with my show, they'll say well. You didn't bring up this theory or that theory or this theory and I always tell them. There are so many theories that we look at, but you know when we shoot hours and hours and hours of footage, you know we only have forty one minutes in the show and they're so much. That does not get shown, so there's so many different theories that we do. But it just doesn't make it into the show so additionally. There was a show that I was in probably two years ago called timeless on NBC and shot on that show for five days. Will it turns out that one of the scenes I was in? They completely cuts, and it was a lot of us that were in the scene, and then another scene that I was in. They cut my lines and it didn't have anything to do. Do with performance on. It just had to do with how the scene was set up and that it wasn't really conducive to kind of go into the trench where we were and get the lines because of the hectic nature of the scene, so I shot for five days, and it doesn't look like shot for five days in the final cut so when you're watching whatever you're watching. If you have an actor host in your life, be kind. Kind. Because sometimes it's difficult. You know you give a few days or a few weeks of your life to something, and sometimes it just doesn't show that in the final cut.
"s. marshall" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"And and trying to bring around true solutions to their lives, and he doesn't such a funny, engaging empathetic way as well. It was just a joy to always be with all of them. So your role as US chief of protocol. Let's just examine that a bit festival. I mean a very basic question, but what is protocol? Well. First off, I will say that I am always considered protocol to be a superpower protocol. It really starts the wheels of diplomacy. It lays out a well-defined roadmap for every interaction, no matter the size you between our global leaders, and it is important. It's very important because it gives them the steps through which you take a when they are having those very important meetings, so that they can focus on the policy objectives that he end when I create the environment for them, and that is the room size. What language will be attended to the seating arrangements down to the pens that will be used including also their mindset, really putting their heads in the right space before they enter that. Critical negotiation discussion or signing treaty. It's all of those. Together help prepare than the president or the Secretary of State to succeed in that engagement with their counterparts. You know I am reminded of an example of early on in the administration working with President, Obama when we traveled to g twenty, and this is a multilateral engagement and one of his. What a really big meeting that he was going to have was with President Putin of Russia and this was the first time he was going to be meeting with President Putin as president. I received the briefings from the NFC as to exactly what was on the agenda, and so I knew how to put all the details of this meeting together one that became quite critical was the size of the room. You know. We wanted him to feel a bit cornered. We wanted him to feel pressured into engaging in on those. Issues that were tough and that President Obama wanted to raise with President Putin and see if they can find some alignment on these issues and the room size helped them do that by bringing them closer together in really making it feel like we're forcing you into addressing these issues and the ceiling height, actually of that room was quite low, which is known to push people into making were concrete decisions. We felt like our roadmap was successful, and in the readout words there was stated by both leaders that they felt like they came to some real agreement some real alignment. I mean on the book is full of peoples like that particular like the fact that Clinton. In fact, this is a that's taking place recently, which was new, start the Russian and American negotiations over nuclear treaty, but you made sure that the leaders would appear the same height in the Tagab which of course put the Russians completely at ease, and really made them God. you in such a kindly way. Yes This is a president, Obama and President Medvedev of Russia. He was the UNPRECEDENT, and this is important signing We again attended to every detail. I had top staff with me. Sal, Roberts, who spoke Russian chief speaks Russian. Fluently, and we worked in hand with our counterparts was our first engagement with the my counterpart, the chief of protocol and your sizing one another up. You're trying to figure out where this relationship is going to go. And when we saw the stage we looked at it. Golly, this is not going to work for president. Medvedev appointed out to my counterpart because they they presenting to give you. The chairs and we knew that President Obama really would tower over president. And, so I turned to her and I said I think we need to get some help here..
"s. marshall" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"With a sound like self. I know what you're talking about an absolutely correct because believe it or not. I how people that will send me as well. You said who semi them out and tell you that obey the laws of the land. Not about how you live vicariously through yourself like there are limits impounded is. What I'm saying is me you know. I don't have to have certain designers labels money. You know certain things that give me value or make me me you know. I'm going to just walk in my own truth in my own authentic self. I don't have a person that look at in trying to make my cheeks. Look her on my Butler know. I'm just whatever makes me feel my best when I look in the mirror and say that's a bad check. I'm saying that's a bad shape because of me. That's what I mean when I say live vicariously and even from a parental standpoint. A lot of parents try to push because okay. I'm a motivational speaker. I want my child. Follow him because I'm a farmer and I'm a policeman. I'm Ashley No. That child may not want anything to do with that. Let that allow that Chow. Would that you've to live vicariously through him or herself. Because they know what they like Hale and really if they gravitate to it whether it's stacking blocks that could architect that I mean he stacking blocks in you know. He wanted to go out and being construction. You just never know so yeah. I'm an advocate and you know even though I do empower more women which. I think. I'm pretty I could do me. You know I could do that for men to power even know. I always exhort people. Please please live vicariously through yourself. Yeah so what I get out of that. A little bit is apparent. Tends to push on their kids what they want. The kids to do and not necessarily with the kid wants to do like if I grew up playing football and I was in NFL player. And now I have a kid. And I've got that kid in the NFL place sixty. I've got him in football camps all summer and he's just dragging ass and he's like you know he gets out you can tell he doesn't. WanNa be there and doesn't want to do it because I was. You're going to be too and I think a lot of parents do that in a lot of parents coach from the sidelines. And then you know like let the kids play the kid learn. You know you gotTa let them fall and learn how to get back up because if they don't they're never gonNA learn absolutely and I attempted to do that with my daughter but because I've structured and reared hersal whale to be her authentic self. My daughter wasn't having it like I tried to put all the things that I wanted for myself. I tried to put a ballet cheerleading. My daughter's like no. I don't want that ended up. She ended up being a phenomenal gymnast. And I mean like really fee nom of basketball player and she could have win on a D. One. Yes she was well known but you could have went on but unfortunately she like her. Mother is facing boys and Yeah. I know it had our first. How early and she could've went back but come to find out with basketball. After a certain point she was like I just did it because daddy wanted me to play basketball even though she was at the top of her game. We're talking about like a phenomenal player. But yes you have to allow people you know in general whether it's whoever even if that co-worker of yours at colleague that friend of yours is a jerk let them be a jerk and they own state mindset in whatever they you know. I am in a very I guess. Personal space to where. I respect you as long as you respect me now. I respect you. I respect the diversity the values the morals and your own authentic self. Like I'm not gonNA argue with you about who you are and what you believe you know no in everybody's got different opinions and I may not agree with that or you may not agree with that or solely may not agree with that. But that's okay. I don't involve myself with them then. It's just that simple right. I mean is this society. I think we've forgotten that to like so. Katie disagree with other people. We don't have to throw tantrums and definitely don't have to throw ugly words. You know I feel that. Oh my God I feel that on a day-to-day basis when people calling me. Gold digger to all kind of crazy stuff that I get called in. Just live four countries ridiculous. Because they don't even frigging know you know like yeah but I think what Kevin was saying is treating people like a person is at this day and age. We're not even talking to people at some. Oh Jeez on a computer screen and we're just GONNA bash emoji until it moves on and you know unfortunately there's somebody on the other side of the screen reading what's been written and it's that person's sad because they technology is supposed to connect us better known it has an Israeli disconnected us a lot. Unfortunately Norman schoolgirl and so you know when guys trying to date me and all of that. I'm like you're going to pick up the phone and you call for you good for you if you're an art space to where you can't say whatever it is you. WanNa say but sending me that W ID and all that craziness. I helped no that. Don't work with me you know. I'm old school. Keep a real though you know and you will keep me so anybody that wants to date. Angeles listening picked out with a grain of salt the way she lays down a lot. Look at the question for you before we wrap up here. I was reading. You are otherwise known as author stone. What's up with that like? Where does that even come from? Tried like mixing your first name with your last name to see if there were stolen in there. Somewhere the Heller. The secret come from. That's funny so am thank you for asking that souls stone is actually my maiden name. So is an Angela. Nicole Stone Now yes I am divorced twenty years and I'm still in my married name Marshall. But here's why so. Our Son was nine at the time when we divorced and he did not want his teachers calling for Angeles Stone so he asked me to keep my married name and then he said well when I go off to College. You know you can get name change or whatever but by then guys guys settled in and then of course. I'm hoping like okay. Well I'm going to get married again. I'm like I'm not going to change it back only to change it to something else on down the road so I kept the name but if you ask my ex and to this day he still says now. She's in my married name because she wants me. No I don't know best whereas stone stone is my maiden name and then also that's in my business because my business is. I'm a creative writing consultant where I help people do bios. Essays resumes anything dealing with creating an editing documents. I'm a ghost rider. My business is in other words by so if you need a speech written if you need whatever I'm your girl so that's where stone comes from is my maiden name that's awesome. That is awesome so you do a lot. What do you think? Do you do more motivational speaking? Or do you do more of the writing and so right now is about half an have. I will say when I first started this about three years ago. Of course people you know they didn't really know what was speak about because when you give a platform the story life of an ex. Nfl Wife. I don't think that they thought my words would resonate with what they were going through. Or to empower them. Because you know I mean if you think about it. Some people do think is kind of vain or sallow and like the lady told me. You don't have no substance. What what do you have? It's about as if I just sat around and rhythms and wine all day. I guess I don't know but yeah so initially. It was me just really trying to because when I walked away from corporate in Two Thousand Sixteen. I was just trying to get money to one. Publish my books to stay afloat and just be an entrepreneur. So what I do really well is words so I would like offer my services to do resumes to create them or update them. Different documents like I do grants proposals. I do standard procedures for private companies. So initially it was. That's where my money source was coming from. And then you know once. The autobiography dropped and then people started requesting me to speak and then they heard what. I was talking about so now I get the interview. Tv shows appearances. And I get kind of light half and half you know really what I want is for that needle to move up for me to speak because obviously I command more money in a short period of time that's my mouth and you know to paper for someone whereas it may be thirty thirty dollars an hour for a document but for an hour of course my time is like seven hundred and fifty dollars so great like everything that I do from writing consultants you an author and also again goes like I have three clients right now that I'm helping them write their books and bring them. I don't know if you could tell very good storyteller. Yeah I'm really good at all so I love what I do. That's amazing you enjoy writing or speaking more because I'm thinking about like me. I'm not a big center of attention person but I can stand in front of a crowd of a thousand people in talk. I enjoy that. Do you like one more than the other hand. F- wrote I was a writer. Speller Lover of spelling very early and was interesting is as a little girl. I mean this is far bags. I remember I was stand on. Stage is our do plays whether in Church or whatever his let me. Just say this real quick. Because I know we're trying to wrap up. I was brought up light skin in an african-american environment. And you talk about in the early Seventies. So is not as prevalent as it is today right. So anytime they'd have these parts and on notice is gonNA sound really crazy to your listeners where it was snow wide or someone like that. They they cast. It was me I mean come on out was I was very good. I will admit I was sort of a drama queen. Show I could. I could act really well just from little reciting certain speeches and Bible verses getting up in front of the Church so all of this now that I look back on all of that. It was preparation and planning for what? I do now but no I love to write. I love to read and obviously I love speaking. I just finished a book of phenomenal book by a former NFL. Great his name is Merle Hodge. He played with the OH. Listen his books dealers. I'm a way phenomenal phenomenal to pick up. Yes please you know. He's a personal friend of mine and I told him. I said Merrill like I'm a motivator but doggone it you motivated me his story is compelling but I do. I love writing reading and speaking equally and I'll tell you another secret also like people watching like I go to Barnes and nobles on Sundays and I'll assists stories to be able as they come in what I think their life is like so I know no. I thoroughly enjoy that as a matter of fact if I was down in Georgia I would meet you at the local Nobles Walk We. Can you imagine the little talk bubbles coming up over their head in usually? Yeah that's cracking myself up missile funny because some of them you know like I get in a position where I see everybody coming through those doors at the mall the front doors at the mall and then you know they're like turning looking here we live. What is she crazy? But you know as because as they walk in. Abbas says a Word. He probably probably have fight. What is you know like this is the most your keeps me sane and sound you know little things that make you happy New York.
"s. marshall" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"Is so in a crush. My eggs football player. You're supposed to be the hero company over. We have parties and stuff. I would say Arthur. The WHO's your favorite football player. Just crushed my guy. I know him is so. Let me ask you this writing this book. I can't even imagine I think back to college as when I had to write essays and stuff like that. There were four or five pages. I can't even imagine how difficult it is to write a book. How long does that process take? Well let me say this when you are writing a book for me. When I was writing the book about myself it was easy because I live the life and after my divorce which filed for divorce in nineteen ninety nine. I started journaling so the book was almost done because I were right. Different thoughts different feelings. Different things that happened to me. You know I just journaled a lot so the book was ready for publication. I guess if you would just needed to go in a couple more things Senate to an editor and go up the process for publishing in writing a book. I mean it wasn't difficult for me. I will say this it actually guys was. They are repeat and you know. Make sure that you guys get a copy of the book because as I wrote certain things I mean it was freeing me like you don't understand because walking around during that time actually a little bit before and then during the NFL lifestyle with masks and layers insists pretending to be somebody who I was. Not It was hell. I mean like it's more so after I started pinning and writing the book and getting all of my feelings and knowledge that out it was just like I am finally freaking free so it was amazing now. I do know. I'm working on a book right now which I have three books out but I'm working on my fourth book and it's a little more challenging only because of I'm doing inspirational and motivational quotes and sayings. Now I'm an inspiring person anyway but you know my life as you can see. I can talk all day about it so it was easy. Yeah it was really for me to write the book where you what are the other books. You have blue so the first book that I wrote was a poetry compilation book and it is titled Lust Lessons Love. In life now to give you just a bit of background about that before I picked so that was my first book and the autobiography the store in life of an ex. Nfl WIFE is actually my second book. I didn't the first book because from Nineteen Ninety nine to about maybe two thousand four I guess or so. Maybe two thousand seven house a hot as miss out so reckless. Y'All young having children. I mean I went through all down. I call it in my book. Every emoji every facebook Emoji I went through from wow was sad. Crime bitter angry. You know just having about like I lived in an entire life so I actually pin. My poetry book is raw is not. Fiction is all about every title in their everything. I went through inexperience so opinion. That book just Kinda get that whole series out of my system and it was about over an eight year period where I was I'm talking about like on the bars. Dance tabletop all kind of crazy. No anything I. I know down at farming old. That's what am I gonNA do are for your family is on my about what the first book and then the autobiography and then I also dot com down. Of course you know. China's settle into his grown adult that you see now house asked to be a part of women who lead which it chronicles about thirty women across the globe young lady had been watching my progress watching different interviews and TV appearances that mate and she asked me what I do a chapter Pravada chapter in that Book and my chapter is actually from. Nfl Wife to entrepreneur life because she wanted to know how you know it was possible for me to go from where I was to having a creative writing business publishing books and then being a motivational swinger archer so enjoy. Nfo like brought you back to like talk to the families like. I know we're just about to come up into the draft now. These young kids are about to be drafted or signed two teams like do they bring back players or family members or spouses to come talk to these kids about what they're about to face now. I'm sure they do because as I mentioned earlier. The NFL is a really really good organization to attempt to give you some. God is because when we first entered into the League attempted to do that too. But you know you give it some money. They automatically know what all they. Don't listen especially when you come in like my ex. His background was different from mine. Like I actually came up. I was raised by my grandparents. You know Kinda like poverty line which I never knew it. But you know hell and he was. Middleclass PARENTS AREN'T MILITARY MILITARY BRAT. And all of that so he had some sense of value for and responsibility for money. Just a small sense of research. Did you know he's doing crazy stuff blowing through money and all of that but to answer your question yes the? Nfl does provide that. I'm not on their list yet and we have to work on their. Yeah absolutely and probably because it's still early like this is my third year telling my story in life of an ex. Nfl Wife. In what I will say this. I know that they have some spies on me because I've had quite a few reach out there. Like what is this book about? You know what what are you saying at the NFL but you know anybody that has read the book and then obviously have opportunity. Hear me speak. I see nothing but praises for it. My message is more so about me or me being able to figure out who I needed to be along the journey I just utilized the story in life of an ex. Nfl Y for curiosity for marketing purposes. To sosie absolutely right and I agree with that one hundred percent. It is a great grab right totally. Shit. There's an NFL wife. I can read all about. It does need that connection. It doesn't need that connection because people need to realize you said it earlier. Yeah that you're a human just like I'm a human. We both bleed red. It doesn't matter whether you're an NFL wife. It doesn't matter if you're so calm valley billionaire and you're talking to Kevin and Cillian Halos. We're all people we all have minds. We all have feelings. You know. We're all people so you know that's just how it is. That's just how it is in. I think people tend to put you know other people up and I don't WANNA say a pedestal. But they'd like sink daily completely different. You know you look at just a few weeks back and I say this because this is going to drop for awhile about a month and a half ago. Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash horrific. Absolutely whore RIFF IQ. And you know what killed me about? That was in one of my really good friends is also a sponsor of our podcast is a Marine Corps veteran. And he put it out. You know some veterans. Obviously that he knows we're saying will what's so different about Kobe? Bryant and why does he get all this publicity when we had marine? Just get killed in an ambush over in Afghanistan right in. It's not about that in Chris. My really good friend in slowly spread from K. Bar Soap made a very good post about that saying look we gotta get past this people can grieve and people can handle different situations however they feel they need if that means posting fifteen. Kobe Bryant pictures on their news. Feed if that makes them feel better about the situation yet then yeah I agree. It's just like Kobe was an amazing human being not without flaws not without insecurities or fear to a certain extent. Because you know I've seen like certain interviews where he's talked about certain things that killed him motivated him to making them as great as he was. But you know people yet that bothers me too when you think that okay well. We're making such a big stink about celebrities life. But this person over here doesn't necessarily matter. Well that's not it. It's just that he's in the limelight. A little more than you know then probably that marine in then he was but I will say this I have often said and I said even when my ex and our American he would look at me sideways. Now I understand. You're getting all this money chase a ball and I promise you I will say we have. Firemen police teachers educators. That are getting what this amount of money like. Then it makes me. And he's like you benefiting from data amount of money. But you know that's the way of the world and I understand you. Know what though Selena I if we wanted to Asian. I'm a slow Chubby. There's no wage. Maybe bill ballot check something out.
"s. marshall" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Have asked the U. S. Marshall service to specially deputized agents at HHS which would broaden their authority and allow them to provide security for doctor fell she that CBS's Pat Milton reporting WWE news time for thirty four one leading state lawmakers says he does not agree with governor Gretchen Whitmer's request for extending Michigan state of emergency by seventy days Republican Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey concedes that emergency circumstances persist but he feels that seventy more days would be too much warmers original state of emergency declaration is set to expire next Tuesday but she's now asking state lawmakers for the additional ten weeks meantime the governor stay home stay safe order is set to expire on April thirteenth yes the coronavirus curfew for the city of flint mayor Sheldon nearly so starting today there will be a city wide curfew nightly going on from nine PM until six AM and is to be in effect for the next thirty days people who are caught violating the curfew could be charged with a misdemeanor that carries penalties including a five hundred dollar fine and thirty days in jail residents were considered vulnerable men are already staying home virtually all the time can send a signed up for home delivery of water beginning next week as coverage of the covert nineteen outbreak intensifies locally Detroit mayor Mike Duggan is out with a public call for reflection within the media that he believes is unfairly painting the city of Detroit there's a corona virus hot spot when you have essentially the same number of of fidelity's in Detroit and Oakland county Jesse.
"s. marshall" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"A set of users. Am I fetching the data from my local application from that application that sitting in my browser so generally I would say not in your browser necessarily but certainly possibly from your web server so that cashes in the jvm right so your your web application? You know. This is a little bit of hair-splitting thing but you wouldn't run the pure library in A front end up like Java script for instance It definitely is a jvm resident library but otherwise yes. I mean you know what you said is is largely true and what's interesting is for users who have relatively small working data sets so you know if if the actual set of data that your APP cares about is fairly small. A surprisingly large percentage of that may end up in cash in your application server. Instances so this means that writing queries against it is essentially as fast as you can get things back and forth from your web server and I think one of the things that makes it even better is that day. Tomic is able to use mim cashed so we have the ability to stand up if you stand up cash cluster. You can configure both your peers and your trans actors to use that. And we've definitely seen that some customers who have modestly sized databases can stand up cash clusters that are approximately the size of their database. And if that's the case then almost all queries you ever serve are coming from a Mim Cash Request by Your Web Server as opposed to effects from you know local data from Disk. And the way that you would have sort of more traditional rb roundtrip sort of system. I understand okay. This is what I was confused by so in a situation where for example I might be using Mongo and I'm making a query from my web application front end. I hit my web application back end and the web application back end hits the database service and gets out of the database which is on some different server in the atomic world. I'm going to have a local in memory system that is managing sub subset of my entire automic database. That is on the same server as my my application back end now. What I'm curious about is if I'm storing some subset of my entire database on the application back end. How much of the database on my story? Like how what? How big is the subset of my entire database? That's going to get stored on my web application back end sure so that is a configuration. Parameter is called the object cash is specifically the bit of cash that we're talking about in this case the size of that by default is if you're using the pure library is set to half of your jvm Heap But that is fully. Configuring will one of the neat things about the way that works and so yes. You're sort of description of that is exactly right. You know your APP is in the database In the sense that not only is it on the same server. It's not even a sort of out of process call right. This is all happening in the same. Jvm where you have. The peer to peer grants you access to a local copy of local value of the database is the way we like to think about it. And you're right. Some subset of that is live in memory in your Java system now obviously the object cash is cashing Java objects right which are fairly fat in memory relative to other possible ways of cashing things. So it's probably unlikely that for any sort of sizeable system your entire databases GONNA FIT OBJECT CASH. But then you know. That's that's where you move to then having cashed as I mentioned as sort of the next backstop right. So where where a fetch from local memory is what nanoseconds. I guess for object You know you're talking. Less than ten March seconds milliseconds four fetch from them. Cash versus you know tends to one hundred for storage get potentially so if we were talking about a database read from my application front end or you know some operations going to result in a database read. That's coming from application front end and it's going to hit the the day. Tomic cash or I don't know if you want if you call the cash against appear embedded application. How would the latency there compare to if I was using just as just a Let's say I was using Mongo DB or or Post grass and I just had like a reddish Lettuce cash or amend cassidy cash that. I'm managing myself sure. It's obviously very hard to say because it's going to depend a lot on what's in your cash versus what isn't you know and also potentially how much work has to be done right. And in both of those cases right I think independent of whether you're talking about the topic or sort of a more traditional relational database system. You know there. There's both the latency of Hey. I know exactly where this bit of of of information I need is on disk and I have to grab it versus. I have to do some munching and I have to. You know search some some some space and I have to join but if we try to sort of equalize all of that out as best we can the general experience that our customers have. Is that when you've set up a topic system with sizeable caches? And things are tune. Well it's very very fast a lot of these requests and the interesting thing I think about this is we mentioned horizontal scaling. I would say that you know a really cool approach that you can take when using day. Tomic is if you have a fairly complex system that has many different features and sort of fronting or more user facing use cases. You can spin up here. You know your individual application server for each one of those use cases and because the object cash in that instance is tied to the behavior and the specific questions that instances been asking serving then the result of that is that each one of those could have its own sort of finely tuned cash for the job at does right so.
"s. marshall" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Which helps make the day. Tomic Database Day. Tonic was started in. Twenty twelve described the principles behind the. Tomek database. Sure so yeah. Daytona has been around in one form or another now in a couple of forms since two thousand twelve as you said and it was developed by architect by Ricky who's the CTO of cognitive and also the author of the closure programming language so unsurprisingly a lot of the principles behind determine itself are very akin to those behind closure as a language and philosophy and so those include things like immutability all the way up and down simplicity at the core and sort of opinionated perspective that rich and the closure ecosystem have contributed to software. In general I think well reflected in comic as a product and as a database the classic model for applications that interact with the database. Back end is the client server model. How does detente differ from the traditional client server model? Yeah that's a really interesting question and I think they're sort of a an original easy answer and sort of a more subtle answer In that follows from it. The answer you know three or four years ago would have been well. Daytona isn't a client server database because it uses something that we call the Peer Library instead of a client library and the key. Difference there being that calls to do things in the database whether it's run some query or do some ordering or whatever the work is that the database who traditionally do actually occur in your own application code in the jvm where your APP is running. And that's why we called it appear instead of client in the year since with the release of Daytona Cloud which I'm guessing we'll talk about that a little while the lines are blurred a little bit In that we actually do have the ability to use the comic anymore client server sort of sense. There is that it helmet client. Api and cloud database acts a little more like server where you send a request over the wire and the database does some work and it turns around and since you an answer but of course as we release that a lot of customer said. Hey you know this whole cloud thing is cool but I really miss that in my APP process ability locality with the data. Being able to control where this work happens so in the time since then we've actually released some additional features for the atomic cloud including what we call ions which is where you can deploy your code into the running. Jvm that's up on the day. Tomic cloud system to bring back some of that sort of database in your local process nature. That was really popular with the peer. Api so you mentioned this peer. Api this concept of peering. This is pretty core to how. Tomek has historically worked. Can you explain what that term? Peer means. Sure absolutely so the day tonic. Database is a decentralized database. And the idea here is that instead of having all the work. That database does whether it's storage or or writing things to the database are reading things from the database all in one place which is sort of the traditional model that you'd see in a RDBMS comic is distributed so we have a process called the trans actor. That's responsible for doing the right work. So it's what actually persists data that you have transacted to the system. We also have in the example. You're discussing Tomic peers. So peers are actually any. Jvm That's running day. Tomic API as a GM dependency and those peers are able to the database but not through that transaction instance. That I talked about. They actually read from directly from the disk storage. The persistence layer sudetenland. Also sort of outsources the persistence to other options. And that makes it sort of modular and the Peer Library is able to read those persistence layers directly into your JVM and it includes facilities for local caching and using additional caches appropriate. But what that means is that you essentially get unlimited read horizontal re scale ability by spending more of your APP servers. Right so any. Jvm That is running. The state. Comic pure Labor is considered Atomic Pierre and it can read the entire contents of that comic database's contents excuse me from storage. Perform all the work of query. And it does all that in memory on your process then whenever your application says hey I need to write something to the database issues the transaction and that sent over the wire to transact her instance that I mentioned which is actually the bit that's responsible for persisting that information as you mentioned detente uses an underlying storage service and this means that there's an actual underlying database to atomic instance like post grass or Casandra or Dynamo. Db Why do I need another database that sits under my day? Tomic database? Sure so the way. Tomic uses storage. And you're correct. Many of the storage is that are available are themselves. Databases is largely a key value. sort of usage so. Tomac rights chunks of data to it as as sort of Opaque blobs. That are indexed with you you. Id The actual semantic access to the data in day. Tomic is only through the API's so when we talk about using day. Tomek the scheme that you can use the way that your data is laid out the hierarchical categorization of your entities and the relationships between those entities. All of that semantic information is only available through the daytime. Api itself because they tomic is responsible for making as a as a something that your system can consume. The decision to applicable storage is actually was made to make it sort of more portable more available in many places. So you know some customers with Daytona on Prem. Say Well I have to run to my own data center and you know our devops. People say you can use anything you want as long as it's oracle other say. Hey I'm one hundred percent on this cloud thing and it's Dynamo. Db sounds great. I WANNA use that. So the ability to sort of outsource or step away. One layer from the persistence. Layer itself allows you to Deploy Day. Tomac in a lot of different scenarios that may or may not be available to everyone. D- Tomek is written in closure. Can you give a brief overview of the closure language and why it's useful for a database detente written in closure sure so closure is a lisp that runs on the JVM. So I would say a F- about two thousand five or two hundred six and I'm not the closure story in here. You talked Alex Miller but the Alex Rich Rich Hickey who had spent most of his career working on large distributed transactional systems felt that there might be a better way of doing this sort of work and so he took a sabbatical and authored the closure language as his approach to the way that he wanted to build software and closure values a lot of things fundamentally differently than than some other languages. So I already mentioned immutability closure is a fully immutable language so by default everything is an immutable data. Structure Closure's very data oriented. It's a functional programming language. So a lot of these principles are the things that rich felt. Strongly were better tools for building large distributed complex systems in a way that was both simpler and easier to maintain so all of that influences also the design of Tomic so daytime. It comes from the same set of principles that things should be. Modular things should be functional. Data is what's important right? Not necessarily objects are abstractions but the actual data and the transformation of that data and also the system should be designed in a simple way to make them future proof in the sense that they remain easy and straightforward to maintain and extend in the future. A day tomek database stores a collection of facts in the underlying storage system and most databases you think of them as storing documents like a no sequel database or in the case of a relational database. You think of rows and columns what is a fact. Why am I building a database fact right so another way of saying that is that the topic is actually a couple store in similar ways? To for instance. Rdf So the relational data framework is is a three temple right. That's been around for a very long time and the idea behind that is it's an entity and attribute value. So you can say lots of almost everything you want to say about. Information and data modeling as represented by that entity attribute value pairing. So you can say things like Jeff entity right and what is Jeff Do Jeff hosts in? What is your host? He hosts this podcast. So That's an entity is Jeff. The attribute is what you do and the podcast is the value of the thing that you do that with however there are some definite shortcomings with just an e topple model and one of those is the nature of time so often and this is you. Know Unsurprisingly Most traditional databases. There are lots of different approaches that people have taken but often it's very cumbersome to sort of model. When did this happen in my database? Right what what was the state yesterday? Is it possible for me to rewind? What my database looked like yesterday or last Tuesday or Thursday versus what? It looks like right now. So that's where the fourth element of Tomic couple so they tomek is actually a five couple. It's entity attribute value than transaction and operation so transaction is represents the fact that detente remembers the transaction time so that's essentially the transaction machine time that every fact has been added to the system. What this means is that you can do what I just suggested. You can very simply ask Dick McCabe. What was the state of my database last week two PM and you get value of the database back that represents exactly what that looked like which it turns out is extremely powerful for debugging for audit ability. Which is one of the places where we see a lot of traction in as far as our customers being interested in data and applications and the final element that couple that I mentioned is the operation. So that's whether or not you're adding this fact saying this is true now or your retracting effect. So Marshall Likes Pizza. I'm going to say that's true right as as of right now and then you know two hours from now. Marshall longer likes pizza so I can retract that fact and this speaks to the fact that I mentioned that day. Tomic is a an immutable database? Right so we can't just take things away if we want to remember what. The state state of the world was last Tuesday. I can't go in and delete the datum that said. Hey you know the fact that said. Hey Marshall Light Pizza I have to now assert that. I no longer like pizza. So that's what? The last element of that temple is four and it turns out that this five couple model is very powerful and flexible way of modeling data. Lets you do things as you suggested like role modeling right so a row equivalent in day. Tomic is give me all the facts about a given entity right that sort of like a row query so find all the facts that have the same on the other hand. You can do things like say. Tell me all the facts about the same a right. So that's a little more like a column like query of the data but you can also have data about other entities so there's a type in Daytona called a reference and this allows you to model things like hierarchical and graph structures because you can traverse from one entity to another through a relationship type of of fact. How does the sequence of facts? How does that compare to? A database replication log. Like the you know I I know Like post for example has this log of transactions that you can roll back to a roll forward in in any at any point so you can sort of have you can replay the database to any particular. Time is a fact that the the fact store automic is that service similar purpose. That's an interesting question. The answer is sort of it. Depends or yes and no depending on how you like to look at it. Determined does have a transaction log. That is very much analogous to sort of a traditional sequel transaction log in that is a an ordered series of every transaction. That has ever happened so we didn't mention it yet but Tomek is a fully acid transactional database so every time you send a transaction that is either fully committed or fully not committed and it's done durably an isolated fashion so there is a log in that sense of of the word where you can say. Hey what was? The previous transaction was the one three transactions before that however That data structure is not inherently particularly powerful for asking questions about unless your question is specifically. What just happened or what happened at you know three happenings ago. What you need then are more powerful indexes for asking questions like the ones that I just suggested. Hey I want to know about the Jeff Right and I don't care when it was established that Jeff hosts this podcast. I don't care when it was established that Marshall Likes Pizza. I just need to know that fact. So determined has what we call multiple spanning indexes. So I talked about the datum. Has these five parts. Ea Up those facts. Those data are actually stored in Daytona more than once and the reason for that is that they're stored in many different indexes that are ordered in different fashions. So we have an index not leading right so when I ask questions about the entity Marshall or the Entity Jeff. We know we can look in this index. That's sorted by ease and we'll find all the data together similarly there's one that's ailing so when we ask about you know hosts or what people like we can go find all the data gms about that in the same place in that other index. So sort of a long answer to your short question is yesterday. Tomek has that transaction log but it also has additional spanning indexes that provide the ability to ask more sophisticated questions in an efficient way than you would normally expect from just a sort of appended transactional long. Today's.
"s. marshall" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"That's with the U. S. Marshall and this fellow gun smoke starring William Conrad the story of the mile in the west we already have a man who moved whether Matt Dillon United States marshal everything was all right and about a mile north of the summer on that's on my horse got a frozen dog go let me see off I didn't feel any better thinking about the walk and most of forty miles Jim Carrey and my son will but on the trail about Ammar around three in the afternoon nineties subtle off my shoulders for arrest smoke none of us right now the way I've come Hong then this horse or in order how are you have you lost no my horse buses lay away back I'm on my way to you awesome I saw it yeah on the way to the gym yes right the the more that the back room yeah sure area thanks the thanks a lot that's okay the walk you've got it into Canada none of the ducks soon figure making camp that's the idea those two bad yeah they need new food no no not the exact.
"s. marshall" Discussed on Planet Money
"Cheaper serves in europe so one of the aims of the marshall plan was to make germany self self-sufficient again so that it could end its dependence on the united states and we could end our occupation and the only way to do that was to restore germany to its previous position as the main capital goods supplier for western europe. Germany needed to rebuild its economy dollar by dollar mark by mark no more cigarettes as currency that is not going to work and so in the spring spring of one thousand nine hundred forty eight the united states decided it was going to pursue currency reform unilaterally in the western part of the country tree the united states and its allies introduce a whole new currency the deutschemark new economy currency new start new you but there's a problem stalin considered this to be an an enormous threat to his <hes> <hes> control of <hes> germany the new deutschmark smart mid western powers were serious about setting up a separate west germany and the soviets really hated this they also feared that it would cause a bunch of problems in east germany that all those reichsmarks now completely useless in the west would flood the east causing massive inflation. The new currency was in effect an attack attack on communism. The usa fed up and threatened by the marshall plan. They blockade whistling and mind you berlin. Germany's capital city city is in the heart of the soviet occupied zone. They blocked the roads. The railroads and the canals nothing can go in nothing can go out two million in west berliners are completely isolated and this starts one of my favorite moments of postwar history. You've got these nineteen forties planes trying to get around around the blockade. They're basically sending everything that the west bill and his knee by f._b._i. Live close on uninterruptedly plane landing or taking every body that second day fly in money tools bicycles shoes heritz curates for about a year america and its allies flying everything in west berlin needs to survive one point planes or leaning every four minutes pilots even throw boxes of candy out the windows flying in with these little parachutes made out of hanke cheese. Meanwhile the u._s. is sanctioning the soviets to so fast forward to may nine thousand nine hundred forty nine. <hes> <hes> stalin comes to the conclusion that the blockade has been <hes> a strategic failure and a diplomatic failure he lifts the blockade and simultaneously with that the united states and its allies create <hes> an independent west german state the federal republic of germany. Ben steele says it was the first step in creating what would become the european union. The european union as we know it today was was really an idea that began with the marshall plan in the state department the marshall plan rebuild germany but the money also convinced france to uh rebuild germany exist it created a western block united against communism that would lead directly to the e u now george marshall he was uscis humble guy and he probably wouldn't claim credit but do you know who did think what he did was awesome. That's the nobel peace prize. Oh whoa i've never seen a nobel peace prize well. George marshall mounts the rostrum. It's so much smaller than i thought it'd be. The marshall plan.
"s. marshall" Discussed on Planet Money
"This is planet money from n._p._r. Couple of weeks ago we visited the george george c marshall foundation in lexington virginia and we are here. It's next to the campus of the virginia military institute. George marshall is this v._m. Is most prestigious alone ready darren. I'm ready. The foundation was really excited to have us and to be honest. We were pretty excited to reserved parking for mr result ski and mr woods anything's ever been resorted with my name on it. The building looks like an armory cement. Now a lot of frills like a police where you would wait out a nuclear winter or hide plutonium good morning good morning good morning. We all knew we were there to meet a guy named age poll baron. I grew up in houston texas and then after college marine corps and served for twenty four years. I was air controller and a helicopter pilot as anybody buddy told you you have a resemblance john mccain. I've heard that paul does kinda actually look like john mccain. He's wearing a navy-blue jacket with a pin. Tell me about that bad on your jacket foundation pin. It has five stars on it. Five star general marshall was a five star general polls. An expert on the military strategist and statesman hates men. George marshall came over sway to ask him but something that's come up again and again in the presidential primary debates. Everyone's talking about the marshall plan julia alien castro. One of the things i proposed in my plan is essentially a twenty-first-century marshall plan for central america kissed gillibrand. What congress needs to do is pass. A marshall marshall plan to rebuild puerto rico make sure candidates are calling for marshall plan to fight climate change a marshall plan to improve national infrastructure structure forward a douglas plant and the reason we call it. A plan named after a person is not just in honor of frederick douglass to remind us of the marshall plan. That's buddha judge. He's calling for a marshall plan for racial equality and here's hillary clinton a few years back calling for one in appalachia. We have to have like the equivalent of a marshall plan. Bush called for juan obama. You get it and this isn't new. Actually there've been calls for more marshall plans since the original marshall plan which by the way began in nineteen forty eight that year someone called for a marshall plan for stray dogs and cats but no one is being really specific about what a marshall should plan actually means. It's just like this magic. Catch all never mind. The details will fix it term so those made us wonder what actually was the marshall through plan. Why is everyone always talking about it but kind of never really doing it. Hello welcome to planet money. I'm greg results ski and i'm darren woodson today on the show with going back to the caddock days just after world war two and two guy who came up with this plan to help your rebuild after the war george c the marshall. It's a story about what might be the most successful intervention history when we sent bullets of cash actual boatloads to help not just one other country but sixteen other countries. Thank you uncle sam that so generous yep. That's not the full story. The whole whole world hangs in the balance support for this podcast and the following message come from google domains. Most of you have a great business idea like zoe a plant whisper who not only loves growing plants but can do it in her sleep. Zoey started the company to sell and care for plants for her friends and people across the country google domains helped make zoe dream real with the tools and partners to help. Oh per build her website like a pro. It starts with the name. It becomes real with the domain. Make it happen at domain dot google slash n._p._r. To get it started.
"s. marshall" Discussed on F**ks Given
"Away but really in these situations if this is the first time you ever meeting you need to meet shaba. Sit down talk about your boundaries safe. Words safe was traffic. I systems great especially when you're playing with someone you've never played with before because it's not saying red. Stop it's going. Hey you know amber orange. I'm leading adding up to something. This is kind of teaching the edge of uncomfortable. Just be aware that that is my limit on anything more. I'm going to have to stop again. This all bills communication. Nothing like the person in that particular story like i feel like if he initiated it and if he controlled the environment and he made them feel title comfortable then he has e cav realistically and he should be aware enough to know that if you blindfold someone and you put a camera like i don't know if there's any salt always saying that your job is your take on site very cynical. Do you know what it is. It's partly because any fans so like fat and hype if people doing amateur porn stuff and i see people i hear stories about this people like trying to date sneaky videos and shit like revenge porn shit yeah guys guys like the only way that people would become more sexually aware i'm more sexually open and talking about it is if people communicate and they try and hide shit you put that particular shop so detrimental towards like sexual exploration because that person who's the message in might then be worried about exploring kinks. Thanks <laughter>. I think that's the case about it now. I would say january if you ever have any kind of experience sexually where you feel trust is being violated and you're looking to explore kings vaduz provisions and stuff. There is so many little clubs societies and chat fill of some wicked wicked people. I've met some people in the first thing they they communicate they talk. Do you mind people who've i brought to like for instance torture garden. They've just had little flogging on but you know what but that was a step. I maybe it wasn't like the whole hog christian gravel shit that that like we've called the fed notion of that. We need to have some red room of pain. Yeah we need a dungeon. You don't need to play like simple. Things can make in iowa or going to a place where people play and like you say they just socializing people play watching play. That's a really important of pause. Unfortunately automatically are going to have to fuck off now. Thank you so much for coming on today amazing. It's a pleasure to become obsolete pleasure. Thank you very much for letting me come on because january. It's it's a refreshing feeling feeling to talk to people who've got that kind of open-mindedness and just like yeah. It's been really fucking cool so thank you very much listeners. Find everything everything about you but martha's filthiest my mind basically hit instagram in a facebook burke twitter anything you want if you got martial arts as m._a._s._h. a._w._o._l. A. r. k. a. n. e. y. You will find my social media's all over the place. Yes you will find everything from the strip shows you suck is performing <hes> and then you'll also find links to miami funds where you will find some phenomena filthy. Shell i wholeheartedly encourage you to <hes> <hes> and <hes> jack after this fabulous. Thank you so much lovely lovely people and and of course you for coming in giving up time. We'll have that comes the show at some point u._c._s. okay. Do you believe next show i'm doing. I'm going to be trying something different. I'm going to be trying to play the piano with dick. Okay lang lang. Given nice may remember everyone to subscribe to our podcast. Give a rating and a review as well ars. Check out our youtube channel one hundred thousand subscribers and of course we will see you guys next see. They were here j so you will hear..
"s. marshall" Discussed on F**ks Given
"Every now and then while i was blindfolded unfolded and i was quite sh- wasn't quite sure what he was doing until took a sneak peek through the top of a blind vote and so that he was taking pictures the video of me in god that i know straight away took the blindfold often told him i wasn't okay with this and that he he should have lost he apologized and agreed that he should have asked beforehand and we continued on with the session. He showed me the photo turk and he said that he only took like one which is awesome to delete but i'm not sure i trust him now. I'm just fitting so wit and self conscious and it's kind of left me feeling with about all. I'm really disappointed pointed as i wanted my first time exploring my kinks to be someone that i thought that would treat me with respect and although he did apologize. It still left me not feeling korea. K is not okay. I mean are looking at both sides i that he just didn't realize what he was doing wrong. An just thought it was part of the whole act of being sexy and kinky and taking photos gap if it's someone that you've never met before always needs ask consent to do anything. It's not being told that how's he going no. He might just think as part of the whole thing so this looks in porn. Maybe she thinks this is cool too but hasn't communicated caja person on the other end. Yeah i like to be feather in situations like that if he has taking her into a position where he's called control intro and this situation wasn't sorry in that case if it was speculative gender then if somebody's somebody's been taken into a position where they are deemed to feel safe yeah and they're opening themselves up to that mupa whether it's like a first time second economic threat if they're trying to dabble into kings and stuff of that i'll be honest. One of 'em biggest biggest fascist biggest wanted to zoe's been exploration like i. I know i'm a filthy fucker into a source of deja. One of my favorite things is meeting. People who own general i might be into this forum like some newly willy wonka allocated jermaine his clint suction device bam. I like for me. It was like showing people this wonderful world of king encounter is like one of my biggest biggest fettes because there's so much to do but the biggest thing about is trust weighs about collinge hundred percent and it's hard when it's like a one night stand or something you have to judge on first light class basis and a character. They're putting on kahad if i'm honest it's too risky for me for like one but that's why i'm not really a one night. Stand kind of figured that like i say we've chemistry and sexist stuff is really important and i think people always forget that when you are a dominant top wherever you wanna call that like you have the control be don't have the power and guess what mrs bombs they have the power. They have the ability to say no any point creek. You fingers pineapple. Whatever the fuck is safer. It is margaret thatcher. They say the words you stopped because they have the power but you have the controls dominant to direct our t._v. As soon as you start doing things that violates trust you lose control yeah. It sounds a little bit like an erotic novel like very nice and romantic to start off with she. They get blindfolded straight away handcuff straight away but really in these situations if this is the first time you ever meeting you need to meet shaba. Sit down talk about your boundaries safe. Words safe was traffic. I systems great especially when you're playing with someone you've never played with before because it's not saying red. Stop it's going. Hey you know amber orange. I'm.
"s. marshall" Discussed on F**ks Given
"I'm not like h i was fifteen years old and most of my mates had already lost virginia kid that was just like ooh and the west as well as i would late. I realize afterwards i was like gino. The west and you could do as a guy when you get a job and you feel uncomfortable. If for instance you'll sat and somebody's he's bathroom getting a hand job dern fold yourself up because what you're actually doing is you withdrawing penis slowly but surely and making it smaller in smaller and smaller until eventually chicago grab your dick and at least you communicate at ah i mean i communicate at the point slightly photo myself up into ashen and then was like working for me and then i ran <hes> and the virginia was with mike i go with my first longtime girlfriend and luckily she was lovely <music> but i didn't know what the hell it was daring. I'd never literally had no experience with china of the wide seen on like a poem before your time not going to lie. I watched a lot of points and i'm not saying that my preferences were kind of like programmed into me but i do remember i watched a lot of like monster dick versus so like huge geno what created this inferiority complex because no such tiny dick these guys have massive dungs no idea that actually it was alright to unesco's parking quite nicely no clue because didn't have that male oh counterpart that figure like parental brother sex education didn't tell you the average size from poor by sex education was fucking awful senior yeah <hes> so basically the whole sexual experience was on the floor of my mates flat and all i remember is at the moment the penetration i felt like it was an awakening moment because like oh it goes oh they're wonderful tetris tame for the clitoris because that's where everyone's going for and then you let it goes into the whole but then it goes op that anger doesn't just go straight in like a king and a whole unfortunately why decided to do is like in my head in a moment of panic. I was like whoa sexual position comes to mind and i will the pool. I watch i've every potential fucking filthy c._n._c. The film that came to mind was american pie off awesome. Why <hes> i just remember the scene of like jason biggs and it was like a comical angle because he had the legs akimbo abe side of his head. Here's folded up like a pretzel and he was yeah like jabbing away for some reason kids. Slightly awkward scene sprained mine virginia so yeah that was it. Oh fuck yeah. Thankfully things are progressing. Send say uh-huh yeah. That was my first experience anyway pleasurable. Was it quick was it. It was relatively quick. I don't remember too much. I remember number though i did get a huge ego boost to that the reason babies because she'd been with somebody apartment beforehand who was like this huge intimidating like gypsy absolute who was a bit of a tough back. I was this little fact. Geeky kid and i was like a motherfucker. He's going to beat the crap out of me with one hundred percent. He's as it's going to it's going to be good. Swift swift kick in. I just know it's going to happen to his. She looked down set in ohio and bleeding. I'll fuck you. Okay shouldn't yeah yeah. I haven't bled before otherwise you had sex twice but apparently his day cruiser just really really small break. Even though she technically he twice physically tiny loop. I know it's petty. I know this masculinity. <hes> deflated my day job at mad but like we get the same thing..
"s. marshall" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"S. Marshall and keep in Washington has the latest on her condition the tumor was detected on justice Ginsburg's pancreas during a routine blood test and a biopsy at the end of July confirmed a localized malignant tumor the Supreme Court said today that after a three week course of radiation therapy in a New York hospital the justice tolerated treatment well and no further treatment is needed at this time Dr David A. gives a CBS news medical right trigger and cancer specialist said agressive surgery was not an option given her age and frail condition the treatment was someone limited to just treating that lesion with radiation therapy the hope is this will keep the cancer obey is there a chance this could cure the disease no question about it is it likely unfortunately not the eighty six year old Ginsburg has battled cancer before last December she had part of her lung removed after cancer was discovered forcing her to miss a court session for the first time in twenty six years a decade ago she was treated for pancreatic cancer in verse health is a perpetual concern in Washington given the court's narrow five to four conservative advantage but she vows to serve as long as she's able there was a senator okay I think it was after the pancreas cancer who announced with great clean that I was going to be dead within six months then senator whose name I've forgotten is now himself did and I am very much alive the Supreme Court is on its summer recess until the first Monday in October and justice Ginsburg has been maintaining a busy schedule last night major she was spotted there New York on Broadway attending a production of Moulin Rouge on Broadway it'll keep at the Supreme Court thanks very much and we have more breaking pitch I know with new tariffs retaliation for terrorists China slapped on US goods earlier in the day the president said he is raising US terrace on China by five percentage points to fifteen percent on some goods thirty percent on others hours earlier China announced terrace of five and ten percent on US products the president's announcement came after the already rattled financial markets close for the day we Jiang's at the White House the markets quickly plummeted following president trump's threat to escalate trade tensions with China ending six hundred twenty three points down and late this afternoon he followed through with even tougher terrace of his own they **** for tat spat unfolded this morning after China declared new terrorist on seventy five billion dollars of U. S. products retaliation for the administration's tariffs on three hundred billion dollars of Chinese imports set to go into effect in September and December just last week the president doubted Beijing would respond at all I don't think they'll retaliate.
"s. marshall" Discussed on The President's Inbox
"The famous marshall plan speech announcing the marshall plan of assistance to western european those i once nineteen forty seven we're epic right when you sort of think about was real pivot american foreign policy things began to come together as america's global power this is where you have the british informing truman that they're pulling out of the issue mediterranean which has epic consequences for security throughout europe lisa truman doctrine i mean this is a time in which epoch decisions remaking shape american foreign policy angola politics the last seven decades and maybe the most important period of american foreign policy making ever and marshall's really the center of that and what he takes from the china mission informs his approach that period in two in two key ways the first is when he looks out at western europe and looks at the challenge of communism and the challenge of kind of collapsing society is in decaying democracies and what it will take to reverse the momentum of of soviet power and really kind of fortify the democratic world he really applies lessons he's learned in china and that's really about the importance of american foreign policy addressing not just kind of military power and not just kind of high level geopolitical issues but really addressing the everyday needs of populations in these countries and that's you know jobs and and food and order in a in a much more kind of mundane sense and so when he then starts develop the marshall plan and push for it and when he talks about at harvard and his marshall plan speech the need for foreign policy addresses poverty and hunger and desperation desperation chaos he's really just applying the lessons that he was trying to apply in in china a few months earlier you see the exact same language that he's using in china and he's having these arguments with with john kasich and talking about what is needed to really reverse the momentum of communism in china he starts applying that using that exact same language to describe the challenge in europe and it very much shapes his sense of what american leadership should be what american foreign policy needs to do and then on the flip side he comes away with a very very restrained sense of what american power can do to reverse the situation in china so as mel starts to approach victory over the course of the next couple of years marshall becomes really skeptical that a massive application of us power and especially us military power can do anything absent really key changes within china itself so certainly puts them at odds with a substantial segment of the american public with that believes that american the united states could have prevented china from going come and it's a whole right who lost china breath right and the aftermath of this is really interesting and pretty i think central to the lessons of the story for today but just to go back to this period before mao wins wins in nineteen forty nine in the years leading up to that you see proposals from figures in the military from other other political figures in the united states to really start to apply american military force to stop communism in china and that includes everything from putting douglas mcarthur in charge of nationalist troops to sending you know ten thousand advisors to go into combat with the national against the communists it looks a lot like what happened to be at phnom fifteen years later same concept proposals marshalls a real skeptic of that because he is seeing he's been in china for these thirteen months and he has a different sense of of what it will take and he becomes as as truman's chief foreign policy adviser really the for the person who blocks a lot of those proposals you think they will lead to a massive intervention that is unlikely to work and that will be very very costly at a time when they're kind of demands on us resources everywhere she'll while marshall may not have succeeded in his mission to china he learned from his mission to china that's right and those key lessons really shaped his sense of what american power in leadership should be going forward in in that sense they ab shaped american foreign policy for seven decades so how does this story plow because he.
"s. marshall" Discussed on The President's Inbox
"Marshall said that this person should have had his name attached to the marshall plan and that is republican senator arthur vandenberg who is chairman of the senate foreign relations committee vandenberg was a very outspoken isolationist in the 1930s and he had what he himself described is a great appear fanie after pearl harbor he decided after pearl harbor no rational human being could possibly be an isolationist anymore we were no longer given the state of uh technology and how that was affecting military affairs be protected by the atlantic and pacific ocean we had to be permanently engaged in the world and he sacrificed his presidential ambitions to push through congress which he did relentlessly in collaboration with marshall who had who did also have the respect of the public republican congress a two critical pieces of legislation the first is the marshall aid legislation in april of nineteen forty eight and then perhaps equally important if not more important the legislation almost exactly one year later in april forty nine to create what was called a military erp a military european recovery program otherwise known as nato look at so we should give a shout out to senator vanderberg from the great state of michigan his speech with some january was a forty seven six three one of the great speeches in the history of the us senate i believe he gore to us senate dot gov uh you look at the list speeches it's a veil was earlier remarkable lord but it vandenberg air force base is not named after him esteemed after i think it's a cousin god what have you who is a air force general but again i agree with you but one of the unsung heroes of american foreign policy in the twentieth century.
"s. marshall" Discussed on Nickel Package
"Have plenty more time to look into that we'll take a break coming up in a second we will welcome in raiders tackle marshall newhouse joined the podcast next since house disintegrate neighborhood and locked in distance from one of the best schools than what are they asking the asking price is only twenty four years of really really hard work clough that sounds like a lot well house across the road just sold for a few years more from below their insurance companies just how we see that home you've worked really hard for so let give it the toxin it deserves tell you why don't we offer twenty three years with a fast we're gonna need to sleep state fire call an agent today and joining us now with the nickel package podcast friday is none other than oakland raiders offense of lyman marshall newhouse super bowl champion as well on the resume their and marshall we appreciate you taken the time man i mentioned in tweeted out before but we've now hit are starting five for the season so you join jeff schwartz who was a teammates of your teammate of yours with you were at the giants correct yeah yeah note your book on the new yorker yes are we got jeff on their we've got jonathan cooper from the dallas cowboys eric would from the bills and ramon foster from the pittsburgh steelers we gotta starting five and then car rudolph from the vikings at tight end so i'm feeling pretty comfortable about our our front six up here right now feel like we could blows folks off the ball yeah we got a pretty meter on game right now exactly which is good which is what we're looking for man but so i guess for you i want to kinda start with this year you came over to an.
"s. marshall" Discussed on Nickel Package
"Great news there's a quick way you can save money switch to geico geico could help you get great coverage at a great price and it only takes fifteen minutes to see if you could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance go to geico dot com today and see how much you could save and donald and what's up everybody welcome to the nickel package podcast i am your host michael with junior former notredame offense of lima then hear me on espn radio first and last in the mornings and four to six am and here on friday talkin some nfl with you guys and were hit down to the wire get somber now we do of a tree for you guys today on the podcast marshall newhouse from the oakland raiders is going to join us in a little bit he rounds out our starting five on the offense of line plus tight end for the podcast this season so if you remember we are jeff schwartz on early in the year former garden tackle he's going to swing out to tackle for the purposes this argument jonathan cooper from the cowboys ramon foster from the steelers eric woods center for the buffalo bills and then martial newhouse tackle for the oakland raiders veteran in the league cowed rudolf as are tight end and all of the sudden we've got a pretty good looking outfit in here you'll get the rest of our guest dad's gonna hold that downed alone loan de lineman on the pod cynthia free in an aaron shots going to run our analytics department on this team maybe even moonlight as gm and all of a sudden our guest lists looks pretty strong throughout the course of the season so thanks to everyone who's been able to join us the way and marshall.