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Department of Justice sues Google, alleging it maintains a search monopoly
"Is suing Google correspondent Diane King Hole has detailed the Department of Justice has slapped Google with an antitrust lawsuit. In a landmark case, the DOJ and 11 states accused a tech giant of abusing its market position over searches and search advertising. Justice Department alleges that Google is quote maintaining its status as a gatekeeper through an unlawful web of exclusionary agreements that shut out competitors. Google currently controls about 90% of global Web searches, but denies claims of unfair competition. Well, this could be just the tip of the iceberg. The government is currently investigating other tech giants including Apple, Amazon and Facebook. Based on a
Department of Justice sues Google for antitrust violation
"Think one of the most important things that this justice department could do is to bring an antitrust suit before I have this job I was Attorney General the State of Missouri was I think the first attorney general the nation to bring an antitrust investigation of Google I'm delighted now that all fifty state attorneys general plus DC had this an investigation underway and the US Department of Justice Antitrust suit against Google is absolutely warranted and probably against facebook also. So that's number one. I do think we need to change our laws to get at this concentration of power that these tech companies have amassed in. We can do that along several fronts number one consumers on have control over their dad consumers on to have the right to say I don't. WanNa be tracked around the Internet. I want to control all data be able to say no, you can't track me unless explicitly consent to it they ought to be able to give their data back to have the big companies delete that down behavioral advertising, which is where most of these companies Google facebook where they really make their money behavioral advertising I believe should. Not Be immunized by section two, thirty of the Communications Decency Act that famous shield that immunity shield that has allowed these companies to become the became us that they are I don't think they ought to get immunity for behavioral advertising I think it's outside the scope of the Act Congress ought to make that clear. That would remove much incentive for these companies. To track and to spy and surveillance and sell that data all doesn't service to behavioral targeted advertising I. Don't think they should get the immunity shield for that and finally Jerry I would say that it's time to provide section to thirty itself. At another way if these companies enforce their terms of service, unequally, individuals ought to be able to take them to court. They're treated the tech companies are unlike any other media company in America they are immunized from sue just about across the board they have all the power individuals no power. It's time to redress that else. So Congressman Facility you talk about a range of options what are the options that appeal to you I agree with Senator Much Senator Holly Just said, look we. Want. Competition back in the digital marketplace. Many of the problems that are discussing this afternoon are a direct result of the enormous market power. The dominance of these large technology firms in the absence of competition has resulted in a decline in innovation oppressive contracts unfair practice anti competitive behaviors than simply are permitted because of the huge size and power of these platforms. So what? We really want is antitrust enforcement that brings real competition into the marketplace that will allow a consumers to have more control of their data that will allow consumers to have greater privacy protections that will prevent these platforms and engaging in anti competitive behaviour the favors, their own products and services that that doesn't allow them to acquire data that then premier them to acquire competitors. To bully competitors to exclude people from their market. So I think all of the good competition policy that we fought so hard to include in the history of our country needs to be protected and we need to bring real competition to this digital marketplace. I do want to say this notion of unequal treatment look I know there is I, think one of my two colleagues. Warning as a baseless fantasy grievance that the engine somehow biased against conservative voices. That's simply not true. In fact, if you look at the vast majority, every day of the highest rankings, their conservative websites just did it before I came on today nine out of ten are Fox, News Dan Bongino Donald Trump, Jay sekulow fox, and friends Margaret. There's one NPR that's not considered a Republican or Conservative. So that's just not a real issue, but the dissemination of also permission. Is Real. We saw it in the two thousand, sixteen campaign. We're seeing it again here, and this is the challenge is how do platforms deal with this very serious and pernicious problem that is undermining our democracy, the widespread dissemination of false information every time there's a discussion about section two thirty is certain attempt to bully these classrooms roads because of this claim of conservative bias, it just doesn't exist and we have a real problem here that we need to
Airbnb Sues Party Organizer Over Glendora Summer Mansion Party
"Airbnb is suing the organizer of a party in a Glendora mansion this summer that attracted about 700 people, despite concerns by health officials at such events could be spreading grounds for
Republicans use basic songs without understanding of underlying meaning
"I was a child and I saw donald trump open his shirt and superman logo appeared I would burst into tears. Like? No that's not superman like every credible musicians stopped playing my music I would love the fact that like D. C. would have to be like are we going to sue the president is Superman Donald? Trump. Said this before I'll say it again, the music on the right generally sucks because Ted nugent songs are always available. He would happily give them away to the right for free and they don't take it. Kid Rock is available. Nobody's taking kid rock songs their music sucks. They always take born on the fourth of July they always take the songs on the left and have to be told we will file a cease and desist order. Now you do not stop playing that they choose songs like fortunate son and they choose songs born on the fourth of July because it comes to lyrics they are not originalist. Treat Fortunate Son Living Tax. Because they are not clearly taking the the intended or clear meaning of those words. That's for sure. Yes. Big On course not big on versus born in the USA definitely seeing it at face value. No no value of the intent of that song. No reason to think about the fact that criticism of the US. It's just like, oh, we could. We can chant to this. This segues neatly into a hate
Judge refuses to block New York COVID-19 restrictions
"A block over 19 restrictions imposed by Governor Cuomo affecting Brooklyn Churches the Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn suing New York state over its covert close to crackdowns and red zones, the diocese says. There's an issue of religious freedoms broken, Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio says. There have been no covert outbreaks and Catholic churches in Brooklyn and Queens, New
FCC Chairman says he will 'clarify' tech legal shield
"I try hard to leave politics out of this podcast. Believe me. That's why been staying away from the whole story about the New York Post and just son and facebook and twitter taking steps to limit the reach of that story on their platforms because I find that a mostly political story that's only secondarily a text story plus I don't know where I fall in terms of the argument around is this facebook and twitter crossing some sort of line. On. The one hand we want them to be more editorial right and on the other hand, we don't want them to be editorial at all and on the other hand we do and I don't know it's sort of maddening. But I do find myself agreeing with the people who say if twitter and facebook limit the spread of something that's not censorship they're not taking anything down. They're not preventing something from being published from getting out there. It already has been published. It is out there. It's more that they're. Not to amplify something that is already out there, and that's I. think a fair choice like if I decide not to cover a story on this podcast, that's my choice. If I decide to try to stay away from politics on the show, that's my choice. That's not me censoring something that's me saying that's not something I choose to talk about. Quitting Parker Thompson on twitter. I have read the argument a lot in the last day that social media is the Public Square? No. The Internet is the Public Square and it is infinite. Twitter is an Arby's on the square and your inside yelling about their lack of Vegan options being literal fascism and quote. So that's the most I'll say about that if I can help it but I did want to talk about this swirling around all of the things like this in the background is the whole discussion of amending section to thirty of the Communications Decency Act the thing that shields platforms like facebook and twitter from liability over content users post on those platforms. Well coincidentally, yesterday SEC commissioner a jeep pie suddenly said that the FCC will start a rulemaking action to clarify the meaning of section two thirty and that social media doesn't have quote special immunity denied to other media outlets and quote quoting Bloomberg the announcement came hours after Senate Republicans demanded the chief executive officers of facebook and twitter explain steps. Their sites took to limit the distribution of a controversial New York Post article concerning Hunter Biden the son of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden twitter and facebook said they did it because of questions about the articles accuracy and use of hacked material end quote. Problem is pie and the FCC have no authority over section two thirty like none. Quoting, Mike, MAZANEC IN TECH DIRT PIE is wrong. Almost everything he says in his statement the FCC has no jurisdiction over Internet websites. Previous lawsuits have already held that furthermore, the FCC has jurisdiction over section two thirty, which was explicitly written to deny the FCC authority over websites. The FCC has no power to reinterpret the law. The final paragraph is the most ridiculous of all pie is correct that social media companies have a First Amendment right to free speech and section two. Thirty as was written and properly regularly interpreted by dozens of court decisions. None of which the FCC has ever said a word about helps guarantee that right is not diminished through frivolous bogus and misdirected litigation. Also, the claim that the immunity is quote denied to other media outlets is straight up wrong. Any outlet is protected from liability for third party content on their websites. It's why Fox News and Breitbart can have comments on their websites. It's why things like Parlor and Gab can. Pie knows this he's just being disingenuous in terms of actual impact. All this will serve to do is row people up waste a ton of time and not actually change anything because it can't but it will create a huge mess in the meantime distracting everybody and wasting a ton of resources and quote. Actually went to underline something that Mike said there because a lot of other people have been making this point as well. If your concern is that platforms have a power to quell speech were take things down or limit reach or quote censor things if that's what you believe is happening if that's your concern, the last thing you WanNa do is monkey with section two thirty because if platforms are liable to be sued for everything that billions of people post trillions of times a day if they're suddenly opened up to lawsuits at scale, then believe me they will immediately and very aggressively take a ton of things down if they didn't they end up risking being sued out of existence. You can be unhappy with editorial decisions made by the platforms I. Often am where you can think that section two thirty is a bad thing I often do but I'm wondering if it's possible to do both simultaneously.
Portland and Oakland sue over use of federal agents at protests
"Oregon have sued the Department of Homeland Security and the Justice Department alleging the agency's air overstepping constitutional limits on their use of federal law enforcement officers to tamp down on protests on the lawsuit cites the deployment of U. S agents this summer and accuses US marshals of acting unlawfully by deputizing dozens of local Portland police officers as federal agents. Despite objections from the city officials
Chicago officer sues former police chief Eddie Johnson for sexual assault
"Police superintendent, responding to sick sexual assault and harassment allegations filed against him by former member of his protective detail against David Jennings. Has Johnson stayed been reads The allegations of sexual assault and harassment made by Miss Donald never happened or accusations are not only patently falls. They're egregiously dehumanizing towards true victims who were truly suffered sexual assault and harassment in the workplace. The claims are an affront to everything I believe in and stand for. I pray Verma's Donald's wellbeing and look forward to the opportunity where the facts Khun B. Presented David
Chicago officer sues former police chief Eddie Johnson for sexual assault
"Developing. Story former Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson pushing back this morning against his former driver who's accusing Johnson of sexual assault. Johnson says our claims or patently false. This morning Chicago's Inspector General is expected to release findings on what his investigation uncovered about the night Johnson was found asleep behind the
Father of Anthony McClain, Black man fatally shot by Pasadena PD, northeast of Los Angeles, files lawsuit
"Pasadena and several of its police officers are being sued over a deadly police shooting in August, and Lenny McLean was shot and killed while running from police following a traffic stop. Nearly two months after his death. His father is following a federal civil rights lawsuit. Attorney Michael Corio says Dashcam footage shows McClane pose no danger to police officers officers. The first thing that he does is he whips out his gun and Anthony's running away with his back toward the officer. You'll see this on the video video with with Anthony. Anthony. Nothing Nothing in in his his hands. hands. This This officer officer fired fired twice. twice. One One struck struck him him and and ultimately ultimately was was the the kill kill shot. shot. The The other other one one grazed. grazed. The The Pasadena Pasadena Police Police department department says says McLane McLane was was armed armed at at the the time time of of the the shooting, shooting, and and detectives detectives recovered recovered a a gun gun at at the the scene scene with with McLane's McLane's DNA DNA on on the the city city of of Pasadena, Pasadena, declined declined to to comment comment on on the the pending pending litigation. litigation. You You could could see see the the video video of of the the shooting shooting on on our our website website Ko next 10 70 dot com.
Grandfather pleads guilty in death of toddler who fell from cruise ship
"Next tonight here the grandfather and his guilty plea the tragic death of a toddler onboard crucial a wrenching turn for a family from Indiana tonight the eighteen month old child falling to her death after he held her up to a window he said he did not realize the window was open. Here's Ariel Russia. Tonight the grandfather who lost grip of his eighteen month old granddaughter on a cruise ship making the gut wrenching decision pleading guilty to negligent homicide in her death saying he just wants to help end part of this nightmare for his family Sam Nello Holding Little Khloe Wiegand when she plummeted from this eleventh floor Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Window in San Juan Puerto Rico in July of Twenty nineteen to lose her baby this way. Is. which is the unfathomable the toddlers parents standing by her grandfather, a Nilo always maintaining it was a grave accident that he didn't realize the ships window was open. Broken. Family strong. Stay strong. But unreleased surveillance video seen by ABC News appears to show Annella look over the railing through the open window. A Nilo then picks up Khloe, and they appear to lean over together before she disappears from frame tonight the family's attorney telling ABC News because the plea agreement includes no jail time and no admission of facts it was decided the plea deal is in the best interest of the family so that they can close this horrible chapter and turn their focus to morning Khloe. And David David Chloe's family is suing Royal Caribbean for negligence and while the cruise line is disputing that lawsuit tonight they say their thoughts are with close family during this difficult time
Portland and Oakland sue over use of federal agents at protests
"Oregon, have sued the U. S. Department of Homeland Security and the Justice Department, charging that the agency's air overstepping constitutional limits and their use of federal law enforcement officers. To tamp down on protests. The lawsuit filed in U. S District Court in San Francisco sites the deployment of U. S agents this summer to quell protests and also accuses the U. S Marshal Service of acting unlawfully by deputizing dozens of local Portland police officers as federal agents. Despite objections from city officials, The federal deputation Sze have meant protesters arrested by local police in Portland. Face federal charges, which generally carry stiffer penalties.
Grandfather pleads guilty in toddler's death in cruise ship fall
"Responsible for an Indiana toddler who died in a fall from a cruise ship window has pled guilty to negligent homicide. Ron Connor reports As part of the plea agreement. Salmon Ella will not serve any time in prison for the death of Chloe Weaken. In July, 2019 Anello held 18 month old girl upto what he thought was a glass window, but it was open and she slipped from his grasp. And fell 150 ft. Earlier this year, Anello said he was horribly wrong about their surroundings and that it will always be a constant nightmare every day in every night for the rest of his life. Family is still suing Royal Caribbean over the incident. Rob content 93 WNBC Mobile News
Philadelphia sues e-cigarette company JUUL over vaping 'epidemic' among young people
"Is delayed a city to Su e cigarette maker Jule in the lawsuit. City health officials accuse the company of being responsible for what they call an epidemic of e cigarette use among teens and young people. Philadelphia officials allege Jule intentionally markets its products to young people. Jules says it will continue to work to combat underage use. The company says it will respond to the lawsuits allegations through the appropriate legal channels. Have some
Native American groups condemn U.S. Supreme Court decision that halts the 2020 Census count early
"This is national native news making camera in for Antonio. Gonzales the supreme. Court. On Tuesday granted a request by the trump administration to suspend an order by a lower court that would have allowed the twenty twenty cents count to continue through October the move was condemned by the National Congress of American Indians the native American rights. Fund. And the National Urban, Indian family coalition who said the administration is trying to end the twenty twenty cents his count early in order to control the apportionment numbers which determine the number of each state's congressional representatives. A group of Native American tribes, advocacy groups, cities, and counties had sued to maintain an extended deadline for the count originally put in place by the US commerce secretary in April because of the covid nineteen pandemic that was later reversed NCAA I said in a statement that the administration's efforts will quote result in incomplete numbers, effectively excluding non-citizens and suppressing the. Count of minority communities including American Indians and Alaskan natives. The Supreme Court's ruling puts the count on hold while the trump administration and advocates argue in a federal appeals court NCAA I is urging the legislative extension of deadlines warning stopping. The census will quote condemn Indian country to a loss of political representation and its fair share of resources for the next decade. This year, the FCC opened a window of opportunity for native Americans to secure rights to their own wireless broadband networks as Jacob. Resnick reports regional tribes such as Central Council of the Clinton and Haida Indian tribes of Alaska are working to establish an intertribal broadband network to improve internet connectivity across coastal Alaska Southeast. Alaska tribes have few communities connected by road, and while the Internet has helped bridge gaps from physical distances, it's often far from fast or reliable tribal vice president will make Lynn says it high is among hundreds of tribal entities nationwide to apply for a special wireless spectrum license to fill gaps in communities underserved by commercial carriers we don't have a profit motive, our motives. Delivery of service. I really be broadband is a an inherent right for our tribal citizens and That is made ever clear to me by the impacts of the covered nineteen. Where efficiencies and infrastructures became ever more apparent this year, the FCC made possible by offering a spectrum for wireless broadband to native communities. Any unclaimed bandwidth will be auctioned off later to private carriers, but I, the SEC will need to issue the licenses and when it does of tribes across the US are expected to have a unique opportunity to fill gaps in connectivity in underserved areas, which describes most of Rural Alaska. For National Native News. I'm Jacob Bresnik in Juneau Alaska. The Alaska Supreme Court ruled this week that people voting by mail will not need a witness to sign their ballots Katie Oh reported the Arctic Village Council and others had sued to block the signature requirement because of the covid nineteen pandemic. The Anchorage Superior Court ruled in their favor but the division of elections appealed it to the State Supreme Court Natalie Lander is with the Native American Rights Fund, and represented the plaintiffs. She told the court voters at a higher risk for the virus including Arctic village residents face a choice between their health and casting their ballots. It's not worth it to vote. I have to expose myself to this illness for another person and I think that's the problem, the unpredictability and the fear that we're putting voters. Now, the pandemic is not the state's fault but the requirement is. The attorney for the division of elections argued changing rules in the middle of the election will confuse voters and that the plaintiffs didn't prove getting a witness as a severe burden. The court will issue a full opinion at a later date. For National Native News I'm Megan Camera.
Everyone's messing with TrickBot
"Your last week when we were talking about how someone was interfering with the trick bought bought net and I said something along the lines of this kind of has the feeling of something that came off a whiteboard at Cyber Command. About that about that. Yes. Other news breaking that it wasn't fact Siva combined all up in trick thought. So yeah we well, you totally cold that one it it was the vibe. Yeah. It did feel coordinated that felt a little different than usual doesn't feel like the normal corporate tax downs we do know that the were some corporates involved as well as. Much. necessarily. The same operational whether it's incidence Mike stuff was also taking down some of the stuff in ways that we've kind of seen them do in the past But yeah, this one did feel a little different and yet it was. Yes. So it turns out Cyber Command were interfering with the trick bought botnets under the auspices of protecting the United States election, right the integrity of the election and confidence in the election because you know US security officials have been quite concerned that an adversary could use the deployment of ransomware on or around the election. Is a bit of a spoiler as a wide sue sort of arrived confidence in the US election I've seen some people pushing back on that on twitter. Some people insecurity saying, well, it's just a theoretical risk but look they have been thinking about this one table-topping this one for quite a long time I can tell you that with certainty I've been on this one for quite a long time. So I'm not surprised to see the move against trick much the same way that they moved against the IRA the Russian IRA that is before the midterms or during the midterms. A couple of years ago back in two thousand eighteen. So I'm not surprised to see them do this. Especially when you consider that trick bought has been linked to your all of shady state-sponsored stuff. Yeah. But I think it does make sense and when we talked last week, you know we speak that a bit about the healthcare impact was the trick bottle being involved in dropping the ransomware on the big hospital chain. We were talking about but I was focusing on the elections in a it's a thing that the Americans are particularly concerned about because it is a realistic thing that can happen but also it's A little bit more mandate to you know, go after and deal with things that are election-related and some of the tops with trick bought selling access rather actors on North Korea's one example incited. Does kind of tend to nations day territory. Both of those things are a little bit more in McMahon's wheelhouse than just like straight up criminal stuff and we've seen some people kind of suggesting that even if the technical risk to elections perhaps as pot credible who knows Hang on hang onto picked off. The trick on state and county systems right that could be involved in the election process some house I you know it does it does actually connect up pretty well I. Think and I had brief chat with Bobby Chesney about this he wrote a piece on it. For Law Fair and he says, yeah, if this is squarely aimed at ta protecting the election, then this type of activity would fall squarely within. The parameters of Cyber Command statutory authorities, right. So it which actually makes it less interesting because if they have done this because of the attacks against hospitals that would be crossing a big line but doing it because of the election actually less interesting. Yeah. It's funny. Funny because. It is a really interesting example of them acting against the network like this where election interfering is probably only one thing that trick part could be used where we've seen it being used for. But. Yeah. You're right. It would have been and we don't we taking action against the theoretical attack instead of the actual one which used down hundreds of hospitals. Just seems to be crazy. A place in the side effect right? If I do disrupt right but on that's it's also not particularly here to what extent this really has caused in payment. The operation of trick bought in the short term perhaps some in the long term doesn't really seem that way. You know we've made him a difference. We don't really know but anything that goes after those actors makes their lives more difficult is a good scientific even it wasn't the primary reason and we've also seen you know one kind of pot in public here and may well have been other actions going on and you know we may see ongoing. Activity against trick bottle you hang on hang on that's the part that's the part that comes next but let's just stay with the cyber command bit for now this could be signaling right? They are talking about this. The Washington Post comes out with four sources on this. They clearly talking about it to certain meteorite. Let's they're talking about it for a reason. Sorry. When people say this could be signaling I tend to think the fact that commanders even discussing it. Supports that theory. Yeah. I think that's a pretty straight line to draw. Obviously, Siva combines don a bunch of other things in the last year or two, and we haven't necessarily seen them discussed the same way as this during the previous mid Tim elections. You know he did see them saying you know we did the was some signaling. Russian ACA saying, Hey, we are up in your stuff we are watching you just. You know kind head things off. So the fact that we had some signaling then I think this has signaling now totally make sense it does. Now, where it gets interesting. Naira. As I said this isn't about the hospitals it's about a theoretical. That could could fall on election related systems right in a few weeks from now. But this begs the question couldn't you make the same argument for all botnets couldn't make the same argument for. In that case in that could be theoretically leveraged a state to undermine the election right and if that's the case why not attack them to? Know that there's any good reason not here I. Think it's very yeah absolutely you we've seen plenty of evidence of other Boston. It's being used to drop initial access as cover being used as unwittingly You know by other intelligence agencies to as vectors into places like there's absolutely a line to be drawn from all of the other big operation is such a natural good place to starve deniable they provide access the indeed they less well protected them. The networks are trying to break into our operation themselves. There's no reason not to go after the other ones under the same kind of logic to me. Well, that's the thing. Isn't it? Doesn't even though we're saying it hasn't crossed a line it kind of has. Saying, is that this? Is a national security risk that justifies the involvement of military organization. It's almost like this complicated. It's almost
Bob Rosenberg & the Lessons Learned From Running Dunkin Donuts
"Bob Rosenberg on dose of leadership, former CEO of Dunkin donuts. I am so excited to have you on the show. Welcome pleasure. Well, you got this new book coming out in October, round the corner to round the world, your lessons of that you learn running Dunkin donuts I love Dunkin donuts by the way I think copies outstanding pilot. Now, go through the airport I always bypass starbuck's sorry starbucks and I always go straight to Dunkin donuts that coffees just so good to music to my ears. You know I was reading your bio and it said you graduated from Harvard Business School. Told me this right and your twenty five and you became the CEO when you're twenty five is that right? That's correct within weeks of my graduation I had in my early career I basically virtually grew up. Over the store I worked in lots of different jobs within my family business, which is not call Dunkin donuts gone universal food systems and a variety of different jobs I went to hotel school and went into the army, and then went on to graduate school in. Expected to join the family business but Lord knows I had no expectation that it's twenty five I dad who is only forty seven at the time eighth grade educated Guy Returns to me. And asked me if I wouldn't take over the responsibility of CEO. At his business said the REF aching request and that one third few weeks to decide upon. But ultimately best decision I ever made man the yeah. Obviously a life altering one of those decisions in life that that. was definitely a y intersection the road, and you had to make a choice. You went down that path and there was no looking back. Once you did. But Man Twenty, five, I can't imagine you know that was almost twenty seven years ago for me just the the leadership lessons I've learned from twenty five to fifty, two AB. been. I can only imagine you with your experience it had to be a minimum exponential. So the type of leader you were at twenty five to when you stopped in one, thousand, nine hundred and what do you think the big differences were one of the things that was an advantage early on in the first soda, era I break the book down into the six areas that I that I see as the company history from nineteen, sixty, three to. Nineteen Ninety Eight. But in the first era, the big help was business school and it was there that I learned the language to strategy. I would love to say that I came to the job as a copy twenty, five year old into it. All right I think I matured and and made my mistakes and boy did I make a lot of mistakes over those thirty five years if that the thing that I think the grew was my emotional intelligence. To better understand myself an-and away to. Hopefully understand my teammates around me franchise on his and the people that I came in contact with end consumers. and. It was a journey I. Mean I would absolutely say that It's an old saying, but it's true in my case no, you can't put an old hat on a young body. You do have the Soda Lauren through trial and error and I think truthfully, in my case, the setbacks experience were more informative and more useful. than the successes in fact, a big mistake the after the five I five is of tremendous success, the second five years or really difficult, and it really came as a result of the success of the first five years. It became an impediment to future success in it wasn't until. Unfortunately almost led the team off a cliff in the second five-year era that I really began to start to learn the more effective lessons about who I was what my responsibilities were. As a leader. and. It came from a book of all places. Really my my soda moment transformational moment for me. He uses a book that you read was kind of a transformation moment, moment or. Second Year of a second era of Maya my stint as CEO, and after the first five years basically was under pressure to go publican. And when I came out of Business School Isaiah inheritance universal systems where eight little businesses it was it was excused chaos and fundamentally what the team did is we basically narrowed that down a one we had really been experimenting with far too many businesses and we say basically decided to exploit the the sort of the diamond in the rough that we. Had which was a bunch of stores in many cases, soul breakfast lunch called Dunkin donuts and made donuts and coffee, and we decided to focus on our core business and quiz extraordinarily successful and we went from one hundred thousand dollars in pretax profit within five to seven, hundred, fifty thousand and we went public because my dad I've been trying to sell the business. While I was in business school was unable to sell from billion dollars. It'd become the billionaire always wanted to be after taxes and that was the reason he turned to me I. Think at that Young Age is he wasn't quite sure what to do and. Put me in charge. Then I changed the vision, change the dried to keep up unreasonable injectors and. Drove the business off a cliff I was sitting there amidst. Stockholder suits, franchisee lawsuits reading a book called the best and the brightest by David Halberstam. And it was a book about the Johnson and Kennedy Administration of the Vietnamese War, and what he maintained was even though the administration are governmental Mister show run by these Ivy Leaguers the best the brightest our country at the offer they never really went into the hamlets and into the front lines where the war was being waged the final what the true story was while the con-, winning the hearts and minds of the townspeople in the leadership in the towns. And Halbe Sam said the great fault lie in the fact that our leadership. Suffered from what he called Hubris the Greek word for arrogance in sitting in that chair and I remember like it was yesterday I said Oh my God Halberstam could be talking about me. Yeah it was in that and I decided I. You know I was blaming Franchisees for suing us and. Problems that we're having in terms of Mike. One of my key executives left the company because he had lost faith leadership fellow had gone out of business school with. An and basically we convened our management team. We decided that as leadership we'd never blamed. Martine. Mates are followership take a hundred percent of the responsibility hundred other responsibility. And that we that invite, we apologize for the Arab always we invited franchise on his end to noodle out with us what we did on how we can improve it. We decided we're GONNA go each of us to visit a hundred stores a year each in order to touch the front is travel with the district manages visit the store talk to the owners. Get very important in we created an advisory council. So fundamentally, we did a one eighty in terms of our attitude about how were leaders particularly need what my responsibility was in it all came from that that insight that momentary it's insight from that one book that was transformation I love that story the book was called the best and brightest what what was the full in the brightest by David Halberstam? Think Nineteen, seventy-three, it's it's it's bestseller it was. An important book at the time. In my view, it's still a great management.
Episode 23: Going the Distance - One At A Time
"John Seventeen says the world, you know, it won't understand, you know, the 1st Corinthians says that the natural man does not understand the things of God wage. So what I want to do is equip the same that means a second Timothy to just one at a time because it will sue multiply and give them those faithful who will be able to each other's also that's the drawing card and what is a natural drawing card is the vents like a mission trip. Over the years that I've been here, it's the mission trip over summer camp entertainment. Yeah, I'm saying that some came got done used but I'm just saying I'm not out of a hundred times in the students coming back and says bro. You remember when we went to Acuna Mexico and in your case, no gallus. And so it's when I put that tap on that
"sue" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"This is monocle reads on Georgina Godwin, and today I'm speaking to sue Armstrong Science writer broadcaster and a foreign correspondent. He's worked everywhere from Brussels to South Africa. She's been a consultant writer for the World Health Organization for more than twenty five years and written extensively on all areas of health and science. Her latest book is borrowed time the Science of how and why we age. Sue Welcome to the program. Thank you very much and be with you if we could start with a really basic question what is aging? You say it's a really basic question. It's a very good question but I mean, that's it's really difficult to know because there lots of different definitions and they keep changing over the years. Very interesting. Actually some people say, Oh, it's dying from the inside out some people say it's genetically driven. Some people say it's just wear and tear some people actually even go far as to say aging is a disease and I remember the first time I heard somebody say that I wrote my eyes and thought. Oh goodness..
"sue" Discussed on The Lead
"Shantelle just how important has sue bird been to the storm success this season I think she is that veteran leader for them. . There aren't many players from see the floor like she does. . down. . Sue Bird is not just an amazing passer. . She's also the beneficiary of having these four players around her who are excellent scores. . Your. . To. . Pursue. . I think what a great point guard does is they elevate the play of everyone around them and she does that and the players around her fish and so whether it is a two point, , sixteen assists game or whether it's ten assists sixteen point game she's able to contribute and ways statistically that are really impressive Vegas. . Church it over. . comes. . Down the lane also bird feed legs. . And she said many times the season an assist. . Players it's not just her I think stewing jewel were pretty much I R- and for me as a point guard out there trying to find the open player I. Like . I said, , I've always said this is a is a two-person thing tonight those played amazing and she so steady for them and she's so level and they kind of go as she goes in even when she wasn't able to play all the games for them the season I. . Think. . You know she is that due north for them in terms of bringing the team forward, , and there aren't a lot of players in sports that have that personality both on and off the court for their team, , and I think emotionally just the way she leads for this team i. think . a moment that really sticks out to me from the season is in a semifinal series against the links Alicia Clark scored a game winning basket service shoots. . Lucia Clark gets the huge offensive rebound puts it back in and the way that sue bird kind of raced her after that game she hugged her and like raptor hands around the leashes head. . Goes. . Yup Seattle the number two seed. . With an eighty eight, , eighty, , six, , win over. . There's so much respect not just for on the team but the way she respects the other teammates around her and I think they feel that and they see that when what would you say jumps out most you when you watch her play at this point in her career I, , think the way that she anticipates that's what makes her so good in. . So effective as a point, , there are times when it's like, , she can know exactly how many strides Brianna Stewart is. . Going to need to get to a certain place and she gets the ball there. . So that Brianna Stewart if she's taking four steps with her long stride down the court, , she catches the ball exactly where she needs to exactly and shooting form and she can go up with it. . So nothing more terrifying imagine for an opposing coach than seeing sue pick dribble at like the free throw line and getting ready to launch it down court because it's kind of like. . Well, , that's going to be a bucket because she's able. . to, , anticipate and see the floor in a way that defenses can't stop. . You can put yourself in good position but the game is constantly moving and her ability at Xuan dissipate and know where and how her players want the ball. . It's unmatched.
"sue" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Women making waves on Cambridge 105 radio Sue Woodcock is in the middle of the Clipper round the world race. She's a world swimmer and number and just someone who just gives things a try Susie Thorpe and I had a really lovely conversation with Sue. Woodcock is in the middle of Clipper round the world race. She signed up to be two legs and 2019-2020. But the second leg has of course been postponed because of corporate. She's also a swimmer a runner and a nurse we want to talk her because the ethos of this Intrepid woman is to try things even if you know, won't be the best or you going to win you should always give things a.
"sue" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
"On call and getting ready and I think that what was going to happen was they were gonNA either have to set a date if she didn't come you know but she came just a tad bit pastorally but she's all healthy and they're all happy and. I know he was a little worried because he had to do some Some pretty long hauls you know. So it was gonNA take it and so he was kind of on edge with that. Drives truck and truck and yeah. So Anyway, she came ailing grace congratulations. Cute. Little. Baby. All right. So we're talking about being sued or suing somebody the reason nick cannon rumors are that he's GonNa sue VICOMPTE CBS for one one point five, billion dollars. which yeah and that's GonNa even heard anything other than just what we reporting on last week but we want to know recently maybe or maybe it's going on right now you're suing somebody or somebody's suing you and what's it for eight, two, nine, four, five. So stressful man you know it's so stressful this set a I'm about to sue a venue they closed their doors before my event and they will not pay me back dude, keep saying he's GonNa pay me back doesn't come through that socks I know a lot of people. Even before the pandemic certain venues that go out and you're like, where's my money and you can never get hold these people they're just gone this instead painted house for a contractor is never worked for before once finished she dropped off the face of the earth I've called different numbers answer tractor down. Said she lost my number..
"sue" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
"Same tomorrow. It sounds like one on one on Wednesday by my house on the west side because I'm being naked today. Are you going to go out? I always keep my blinds open, but it's hot. So I'M GONNA go ahead and prance around. Funny Hey we talked about this on Friday we were talking about your first car what was your first car that was fun talking cars you handed the story over I didn't get a chance to talk about it and giving you something to talk about it but it has to do with cars and car crash in the Swiss Alps. So it was last week. Here's what it in vault trippy story Mercedes Benz C Class Wagon, a Porsche nine eleven cabriolet. A Bugatti Sheeran I think Sheron I think is how you say the Bugatti I'm not sure what that vehicle and a motor home. So what was happening is the Bugatti driver didn't WanNa wait. So he tried to pass this motor home as their kind of going up one of these mountain hills passes just as the Porsche driver had the same idea. They collided hit each other then it hit the Mercedes and then the motor home. Luckily, nobody was killed. The Mercedes driver had to go to the hospital with his injuries, her injuries. The. Wreck though this is where it's kind of trippy story because it's a Mercedes Porsche a Bugatti. And then this motor home four million dollars vehicles. And the Bugatti actually cost the most they said it's going to be at least three million and that was the story with Tracy. Tracy Morgan Fender Bender. With his multi-million dollar Bugatti, it was new to write off the lot. He, was driving from the dealership. Wasn't he think so you're right. You're right and that's to those are so pricey and it was his fault. He was impatient. We've had those surveys before the people that drive luxury cars are kind of a halt. Well. How many times have you know where you you went to go pass and somebody behind you the same idea and then you didn't go because that person. So it's pure. It happens more than we know it's just the only reason. This made the news because of all the vehicles involved and what did you say it was in the Swiss Alps. So yeah, and the Swiss Alps and it looks like they were heading up heading up a mountain, a mountain pass in this RV in and it sucks. When you're driving up any of the canyons or something and you, you know if it's not like eighty but if it's up one of the roads big cottonwood or whatever got somebody in an RV stack or pulling a trailer and sometimes they I, like when they you know if it's a state road or whatever. But when they have a little bit of awareness that there's a, you know a slew of people behind him and they pull off or pull over a little bit to let everybody kind of pass them. Just sucks when there's nowhere for well, it's when there's nowhere for them to go and no one nowhere else for people to you know hard maybe pass or it's not a passable area right? Just can be dangerous man everybody gets like so irritated I get it. All right. Let's do this. Let's talk about this. It's Nick Cannon. He's been in and out of the news in the last month or so..
"sue" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
"In home daycare and kids with you like call nine one, shut your door and lock the door don't go outside like that I. Mean I know she was trying to help I'm not coming at her but Ryan that's so sad for those kids could have been a lot worse. It was pretty bad I mean like I said, they're superficial wounds. I think he was punching and pushing kids and that one like you said that listener of ours posted his daughter and she had a big gash in the forehead that severe trauma Kiddos this is another bazaar store. It happens it happens local This is two twenty, five pm on Friday, and this is in you went to county in Jensen Utah and it sounds like it was roommates in one roommate got angry at the other roommate to the point where she shot the fifty fifty nine year old dude outside of the residents and didn't say where I think he's GonNa be. Okay But she was seventy two hour is seventy two. She's in custody and she shot a roommate with a handgun. Right as And looks like probably yes she's being held on suspicion of attempted murder. So it's under investigation didn't say what it was over what happened where he was shot. It sounds like he's GonNa be okay but she shot him on Friday. Here's a bizarre story. So this is out of Michigan's this kind of a a tricky story. So this is a drone that. So you got the pilot of this drone. He's down on the ground. He's flying this thing and it's for the Michigan Department of Environment Great, lakes and energy. So the acronym for that is called Eagle. So this is July twenty first that he's got this drone way up in the air and he's there along the shoreline of making a Lake Michigan and he's just doing some mapping you know doing his job. And I was sitting, he realizes that this is looking through the video and this thing starts kind of thing just kind of out of control. And they found out that it was an actual eagle that they're thinking maybe territorial or whatever. But nailed this thing you know over Lake Michigan. And to the point where it crashed into the lake and there were witnesses that saw this, you know the Eagle hit something and they didn't realize what it was. They thought you know because there are a lot of times especially a raptor like that or a big bird big Predator they go after the birds go after the other eagles free smaller birds trying to pray and don't know what it was but it hit it hit the the drone it fell into Lake Michigan they tried it was a shallow part of Lake Michigan were there but it was all monkey and they weren't able to retrieve it. So it was about nine hundred, fifty bucks that this this Eagle. kind of a trip, right. Saint it'll tell us not the same thing I've seen at the Fisher House the Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's huge off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just, having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson, that someone would be there to take care of us. It.
"sue" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"To your on this Monday and just celebrating with you. My friends, and I will say this that over the last year I have gained so many new friends in the women's basketball industry since getting involved with her hoop stats since you know meeting people through twitter if you will my her hoop stats, compadres, those guests that have come on those interested in the guests that have come on what new friends over the past year and it's definitely something to be thankful for as I turn that imaginary page to a New Year in my life. Life make sure and rate and review the PODCAST. It always helps when you do that. Just a quick little plug on apple podcasts. If get a chance to scroll down there, give us a five star review. Let us know what you think of the show, and also how we can make it better as always. You can reach out podcast at her hoop. STATS DOT com to let us know so about a week ago. The greatest thing happened Florida state reached out to us and said. Coach Sue Sam like to be on the show and we're like yeah, absolutely almost five hundred wins in her career, a national coach of the year three elite eighths what she's done on the floor. You can't stop it obviously at Florida state. There's no reason why you wouldn't want to talk to one of the best coaches in the SEC. Let's do it, but even more than that. She wanted to talk about the current state of events and the task of a coach, having to talk to her team, and as you'll here in a second getting to talk to her team. About these events, and about how she can do better, and about how the world can do better as well, these are challenging times for anybody, but these humble leaders in the sport of women's basketball that want to do the right thing and want to bring the conversation forward. Foster it and not let it die just with.
"sue" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Saturday afternoon everyone thank you so much for tuning in is that the song we decided you know no I'm going I'm in does this explain sue Jeffers right here right here on the radio this is my opening theme song when I there's no better so lance van and personality I think we have to stick with that I love that song too I really DO happy new year to you too man twenty twenty or Q. still works Dan I was surprised in the parking lot waiting for you to see if I need to let you won't be all we were yeah I know we say that every new years because new years is about a lot of times our schedules change your we get new shows or day shift they did they switch up the order of the shows all that kind of stuff but we've been pretty steady for quite awhile now stand so I a I think we're pretty good so I want to wish everyone a very happy new year and remind you it is officially an election year so get ready folks because we're going to enjoy the ride we are definitely going to enjoy the right thing but at the Iowa caucuses only a month away a super Tuesday when Minnesotans vote in their presidential primary that's about two months away so it's going to be crazy it's going to be twenty twenty is going to be awesome and I just I am so excited for it and no we're not in the middle of World War three and there's people out there the left found their anti war boots again because they're all pro testing on cedar Avenue maybe a hundred and fifty people and yet the the rhetoric out there I mean it's almost impossible to be on Twitter because the rhetoric is just crazy talk and just just mindless excessive rhetoric there's this is not World War three one it's not an all out war no you can't bear season though the word out on the street I know so whether it's World War three whether it's impeachment whether it's throwing grandma off the cliff whatever it is yeah twenty dollars for two yeah well we'll get to that too it's at twenty twenty is an election year so yeah enjoy the ride folks because it's going to be crazy got to keep yourself grounded how to keep yourself grounded and informed so you can tell the difference between the ridiculous rhetoric and what's actually happening happening out there I have a great show planned for you today kicking off twenty twenty I have a new year's resolution that hopefully some of you most of you all of you hopefully we will do that there's so much to talk about whether it's Saint Paul's college savings accounts for newborns or if Minnesota is going to lose a US house seat after the upcoming census and why you shouldn't freak out that the word slavery is in the Minnesota constitution a plus there are some very serious concerns about the economics economic numbers in Minnesota and especially in the Twin Cities and elections have consequences and no you know when I tell you the Minneapolis and Saint Paul are killing the golden goose I'm right I'm right and you have to pay attention so yeah we'll talk about the Democrat presidential campaign some of their campaign finance reports came in we're gonna talk about the list of most admired people to for twenty nineteen I think this is interesting and I I think it was it was surprising to me in a pleasant way so we'll hear what you guys have to say about it to a minute I mean also throw a big thank you out there to Jack Wilson if you don't know who Jack Wilson is you should and along with the thank you and congratulations to Jack Wilson will also have a gun grabber a gun grabber alert as well you know I said I had a new year's resolution for you it that'll be in the four o'clock hour but NPR had a pool and they said only about twenty percent of Americans keep their new year's resolution this is a resolution I want you to keep I really really want you to keep I fall into the group of people the sixty three percent of us that say we don't even make a resolution in the first place so yeah I'm I'm just not into that but I love it I love I love the end of the year looking back on and we had some fun with it last week looking back and see what happened in the past year looking forward what what's coming down the down the pike not only personally professionally politically all of the above I just think it's really really interesting the highlight of my week people the highlight of my week you know this you know this is let go game I'm not out.
"sue" Discussed on Cultivating Place
"Love to careers. Maybe it's the same for you. Maybe there's there's one thing that you're most aligned or identified with but there are others that fill you up also that bring you joy for me. These might include reading reading hiking knitting needlepoint and to be honest. Cooking is in there too especially when it's relaxed and not that age old question. Shen what in the good world's name are we having for dinner tonight these secondary joys in our life whatever they might be for you they may not be the main dish but they certainly add spice and we are all made up of a symphony of flavors levers and layers as we head into the winter season and all that that brings including sense of gratitude and harvest of hunkering hunkering down and settling in inside in ourselves. Different herbs and spices come out. Don't they out of the the garden and out of us. I hope you savor every one now. Back to our conversation with sue gets the creative gardner sharing with us her creative love of herbs. This is cultivating place conversations on natural history. IN THE HUMAN IMPULSE TO GARDEN SUE GETS is the author of a taste for herbs as we come back back she sharing with us more about how to make good use of herbs through understanding their chemistry. When I was writing this book I I did? Dive dive into some research on the essential oils within the plan and the chemical makeup of them and it it is it can bury you kind of deepen a lot of that science science but I loved it and I thought it was really fascinating and how some of the components of the essential oil which is the essence within the plant have different levels of percentages of of their makeup and a lot of it is based on the soil. They're grown in the climate. They're grown in and and to me that's really fascinating. That's why we hear you. Great things about lavender coming out of the south of France or even up here in in Washington. I can state in this area. Because it's the soil bringing out their sense a little bit stronger and mint will be a little bit better plan when it's grown and a little bit more moist soil or with a water flow nearby where it can get water in the soil. It'll have a richer a richer essential oil to which I think is really interesting and and it. It's it's it's science but it's fascinating and it helps helps you to kind of understand a the little bit more Actually I think get a little bit more respect for the plant. Instead of I'll grow you you'll be fine. I'll taste you. It'll be great. It's like you know you get a little bit more out of that when you start thinking about what the diversity of in how. They're growing and how they respond to their growing areas. I completely agree with you. It's you you get a you have a Mutt. I have a much greater respect for them when I understand the kind of miraculous complexity of how they work and and especially held that is interdependent with the soil and the weather and everything. It's it's pretty beautiful. Yeah and that brings me to the chemistry chemistry that you are offering us as the people down in the basement boiling our our our our little Coven of alchemy. The if you were to choose say three to five plants that you would like everyone to try that. Then they could harvest and put into one of your spice blends. Maybe you're most generic one that you could use an all different ways. What would what would those be? Oh my goodness it's it's like do I have to limit it to three a- every plant per and we'll tell you that inherit down but I try to think of the ones. I actually go to a lot and I do have some go. To's I love a good mint. A good spearmint. Actually I like the sweeter taste of spearmint as compared to a regular peppermint and so having a mint plant and putting it in a container to keep it from running all over the garden and I tend to go to Rosemary as well lavender. I think those few very common. I think those are good starting points and you know if you kind of want that one plant that's like just grow this and put it in all kinds of things. It's it's something like chives. Yeah I mean you go out. It's certainly superabundance because you're using the stem of plant. You can eat the flower but the stem is really what we're going after and so it has a multitude of stems. You just go out and and it's it's not picky how you cut it. You don't have to cut it down to a certainly for a node food or anything like that you'd say `honey tail and you cut it and and then you snip. SNIP SNIP away. And I use it. I'll just throw it in salad. If I want to add a little bite to it I'll dry it. Put it in a seasoning because it has kind of that onions garlic e without being being intense. It's an and sometimes you have. Actually someone mentioned this to me that they they have a problem with onions and garlic like it's a digestive issue for them but they can add chives to get that nice kind of alum job Anini garlicky flavor but it's not upsetting to their stomach venting. Oh yeah so. It's kind of a lighter form of being able to get that Nice pungency that you got out of an onion So that one's actually and super for easy to grow I mean it's just super giving for sure right and the more you cut it. The more grows which is great like when it starts to look sort of like it on in the addams family he cut it all back and it pops back up and then it becomes a Chia pet right exactly and they'll just keep doing that. It will still winter sets in. And then it'll it'll come back again really early in the a couple of notes from you for listeners. On the the use of fresh herbs and the use of dried herbs in maybe maybe a few pointers on How to dry effectively in a sort of simple kitchen setup and then maybe we'll get to the Blend as well but before we get to the blend. I think we need this step. Yeah we do need the step because this step. So we've got the plant in the garden and now we need to capture its essence. And that's always use that word. Essence an infusion and the reason is the essence is what's in the plant so that essential oil is the fragrance. It's the flip ever. It's all of the things we want to preserve so we're taking that essence out of that plant. Ah trying to infuse it into another form or or we dry it and and so what we want to do is try to capture the best of it that we can Dan and a lot of times. It's really when we pick an herb and if harvesting for food I got something boiling on the stove. Just go grab Abbott. CUT IT and use it but if you're harvesting to preserve it maybe for use in the winter as a dried product or or in one of the recipes as a dried seasoning. Being or something. Then you want to kind of know when that. Herb is at absolute best and for leafy herbs. And I'll use basil as a really big example. Well is it tends to have its most flavor at that moment right before. It's it's trying to go to bloom and you'll see that little bud coming coming on and the and the leaves are just superintendents and so that's that's a good time to pick him in. Mint is very much the same way. It's it's right. It's just gets really really intense just as it's trying to bloom it's almost like it's throwing out. Its best. Because it's going to get so showy in the flower and we don't want it to go to flower we want that and so you pick it it in the morning after the do dries but before the hot done is on it because that essential oil releases in the air in the hot sun. That's that's why when you got in the garden in the afternoon and it's hot summer day you smell the herbs because they're releasing so it's attracting pollinators and doing the job they do so well well in the garden but we want that essence not to be escaping quite yet by the sun and so if you get it before the hot sun is out and then grab him and harvest them and to me hanging them to dry is the easiest way super simple. If you don't have a lot of room what I have is is one of those laundry. Drying racks the Dow will the would dow full slap. You pop them up and I'll hang them all over that and let them get Nice cornflake dry and then I'll strip them off the stems and I'll put them in jars and keep them and I try to keep my dried herbs in their most whole form as possible like immensely mentally. Say you've dried. I want that whole midlife to be in the jar preserved because every time you break that leaf you release the essence you release circuit and you can tell you smell it makes total sense. Yeah Yeah and so I wanNA save that and so then when I'm ready to mix it into something something else I'll take that whole thing and I'll break it into like let's say you wanted to make a mint sugar and so you had like a you know a bowl of sugar bigger and you wanted to infuse it with men you take the whole leaves and you start to break them and grind them like with a mortar pestle or back of a spoon or something and so then. The essence is releasing in to the sugar. And it's starting to break away and that will and that's how we're really so capturing the essence is really really important how you do at and how you kind of take care of that plan until you can get it where you want it like into that dish cooking or into that seasoning banning or into that vinegar that or something we're trying it's sometimes it feels like a race like I gotta get dry so it'll stay really nice and it can can be but not scare and certainly you don't need a lot of crazy exotic equipment. I mean. This is a laundry drying rack. I also have I mean. That's how simple that that really is. And then I have drying screens that I made out of old picture frames. You just use the wood frame and use staple on windowscreen and those. That's what I used to dry my flower heads like Colangelo or leaves that a lot of times. I'll do the basil on on that. Because they don't hold well on their stems and so I laid them flat the errol go through the screens and help them to dry nice and then once they're dry I get them into glass jar and I always tell people always label your harvest because all the green leaves look the same when they're very good point. Yeah and I love the tip in the book because I am one of those people who'd be like okay. I'm going to do this and I go cut everything and I make these cute little bundles and they look so pretty and then get really really busy sue and I totally forget to. Actually you know once they're dry strip them off the leaves so that I can get them in the jars and I loved loved the tip about putting either a you know a fine mesh bag around them or just a paper lunch sack around each one so they don't get weird industy and then you feel like oh I don't WanNA use these. They looked really pretty for a while. Now I messed it up because I thought so that. That was a great tip for those of us who might be a little behind their time. Sometimes it works well because it also keeps the you know the dust off if you've ever dried Rosemary Avenue and all the leaves are falling off their on their kitchen floor catching the bag. which is perfect for you want them so then you know you can just dump them off into a ajar? Yeah so walk through the no salt herb blend because I read this and I was like I could.
"sue" Discussed on About Last Night
"Episode is one of my favorites that we've ever done it's just me and our guest Sue Bird Holy Hell legend very sue bird sue bird is one three WNBA championships with the Seattle Storm Four Olympic gold medals to NC Double A. Championships with Yukon for feeble were Oh cubs and she is only she's one of eleven women to attain all four accolades she's the Shit She coach Brad and I in the NBA celebrity all star Game Charlotte last year hit it off I mean who doesn't want to be friends with sue bird she's the coolest and you're going to get to know that and hear that in this oh today could also watch this full episode on Youtube I made sure to bring the cameras up to Seattle where we recorded this suicide enough to give me an hour and change of her time and it's a great episode dude from early days at Uconn how she got into sports growing up in Saas it New York her days at Uconn the hardships she faced in college transitioning to the WNBA East Coast West Coast Seattle acclimating to the city what it was like being there with the Sonics being a part of ESPN body issue With a girlfriend Megan Rubino and being the first gay couple on the cover we talk about our MBA celebrity all star game experience Jock Jams Gino Greasy oh it's a great up sues the Shit so enjoy the hell out of this one tweet at her at s Be Ten is at her handle what does it Yeah S. S. ten bird the Subaru instagram and twitter so tweet at her messenger s bird and tell her how much you loved the episode and watch this baby on Youtube and and enjoy it all right follow me on twitter and Instagram at Adamant Comedy Twenty Brad at Alien podcast about last night podcast dot Com for past and present EPS shoot us an email about last night pod gmail.com as I am still on the Adam Ray merge giveaway train shoot us that email while you got the pod how you get into it where you get it what your favorite EPS are about last night pottage email dot com and Free Atom Reemerge is coming your way my album read the room is available on spotify itunes Amazon Google play and my comedy music album songs for the p Bowl is coming.
"sue" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Congratulations were engaged back in two thousand thirteen my augur in all the like she gift for being engaged. You don't get you know with yeah. I was like hey. I biked twenty miles on saturday. Everyone's like i guess we like that. No oh fox like i got surgery month ago that john combo bragg bragg humble brag humble break. You're like no. I literally couldn't move my leg and i know no. I'm not humbled wedding. I'm actually trying to stay alive but if you're engaged something we can understand why well like that. We will love that. We won't even comment dimension how blue flag for a memory but there should be like a divorce. One one got divorced white flag. They'd have to have fifty percent of each of fifty cutting all everybody who liked my my engagement in six years ago you all only alike so go to anyone of my walls at any one of my platforms hit like three different likes to make up for my voice. That's right for my mistake please. I just don't wanna see that you do have to know right. It's like you're co-signing away when you hit like that so much. Where are you now yeah very funny like the manageable jealousy like how how much jealousy like. I don't have a lot of chelsea for oregon engaged but she rides a by twenty miles. Forget about it. I'm not i'm having alligator on. I'm not cool. How am i thinking ziprecruiter ziprecruiter for dates like you put your information out there and you wait and they find a qualified the candidate in a day. I will host interviews like crazy. Oh wait. I have a boyfriend i mean sue will hold what do i do. All i know is that ziprecruiter hasn't coming ma'am ziprecruiter..
"sue" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"In this interview. It's all about transformation with sue Bryce. Folks. Welcome back to this week in photo. I'm your host Frederick van Johnson today sitting down with superstar the photography world. Name is sue Brice. I've got super a couple of minutes. So we're gonna we're gonna talk about some really pointed topics. We're going to talk about transformation we're going to talk about education and in a couple of other things. But when I want to get to the bottom of this whole, you know education thing that sue Brice has been pushing forward all this time and how successful it's going for her. Sue brice? Welcome to the show. How are you doing? I'm very good. Thank you, very good and the summit shining anelle a and to beautiful world you are right now. I know you and I haven't spoken in a while. It's been like we were talking before we started recording. It's been jeez. What? Cinetic in years. Fires five years. Yeah. Five years at borough five in a lot has happened in those five years, right? So let's let's talk about that. Let's dive right in for the people who may the one or two people on the planet who may not have heard about sue Bryson who Sube rices. What's your cuck till party? This is what I do speech. You know what what's the what's the elevator pitch on August? The fifteenth type Bena photographer thirty years three zero and ten years ago. I started to teach my business model and my style of portraiture. And now I have a broadcasting company that broadcasts to thousands of his all.
"sue" Discussed on Advice from Mom
"Was Dr sue Johnson. Okay. Mom, so between your advice, and Dr Johnson's advice, we have given the sugar, mama. So more to do. So I thought it might be a little productive to add some structure. So we have your suggestion of the toxic. Parents book we have Dr sue Johnson's book, hold me tight. And doctor sue told me about an interactive program that she's offering to couples. So we'll link to that in the show notes. It sounds fascinating. So Dr Seuss has been developing this over years with resurgent and mostly she's been leading workshops in person. But now this interactive program allows people around the world to improve their relationships with the principles of hold me tight. So I'm feeling pretty optimistic for frustrates sugar. Mom, because I think now she has a bunch of new dance steps that she can try out. Right. And lemme say. Let me say to her that she has choices here, you know, and all the experts in the world can suggest things, but if it doesn't fit if your inner voice says, no that's not for me CRA. Sure, it's not for you. So she she has choices. That's exactly why we go to a second opinion to contradict. What you just said. Thank you so much. I wanna thank frustrated sugar mama for sending us this juicy question. I really hope that your frustrations are soon
"sue" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Need everyone. How you do on? I'm sue Jeffers. This is the Jeffrey show up, and you are so funny. Dan wants to know who my Turkey of the year is and to be perfectly honest. I totally. Totally forgot. Today and Stanford. Oh, what the heck is go at the Obama. It's worked for the last four years. I said the last eight. Which which isn't true. He was the he was the Turkey of the year several of them, but it wasn't all eight. I know I had I had others in there. Do you know the two turkeys? I gotta say I love the the tradition of the two turkeys from wherever going off to Washington DC and getting such a waste of taxpayer dollars. I think whoever thinks that the names for them is a genius. And I just I just love them where I think they're so clever, and so creative, and I think last year was Minnesota turkeys this year at South Dakota turkeys who who are heading off to Washington, hoping they're going to be presidential pardons. I will come up with rookie of the year. I've got two or three that are that are at the top of my list. Can you go with a particular group too? I was gonna say the democratic voters. I mean, how can you vote these people in a? A good one. Stan, that's you know, what I will take that under consideration. And that might be the winner because well, we're going to talk a lot about that a lot about that, you know, with thanksgiving coming up. I just want end with this past election. And how crazy it's been? And how everybody knows by now that the twenty election twenty twenty election has already started, and it is going to be just absolutely crazy in insanity. Every day. I hear a story on the news. How how to talk to your relatives at thanksgiving dinner? Whether it's your liberal relatives are your conservative relatives, or whatever for God's sakes. People. Grow up grow. Not the time to pick a fight. My family over the years in it never ends up. Good. You know, I've had knocked down drag political discussions with many people over the years, but never enough to ruin a holiday dinner, never an an and in fact ninety nine with all the fixings. Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. I know I know that's all anybody talks about his all the food that you're going to have. But I want people to people to take time out to and remember just all the things that we have to be thankful for because they're really really truly are. And I think a lot of times that gets lost in the shuffle. And I want everyone to make sure they listen to Rush Limbaugh next week, and he'll tell you the story about the real thanksgiving, which I just think is amazing. And if you can't listen to Rush Limbaugh, go onto his webpage in its posted up there. He tells it every year, and it's brilliant and genius. And I thank him for surely the clip of W P dropping turkeys out of the airplanes. I think it was there. Whatever for the. Classic TOTO to programming note. We will have a best of next week. We are taking time out to sea. Yes. Yes. And the following week we have football hockey, gopher hockey. So STAN will fill in for the half hour on my show. It'll just be it'll make his show a little bit longer. So be sure and listened to stand show every Saturday at five o'clock, but next week you'll have an extra half hour because will lose a little bit of our time to the gophers the gopher football team. Just just crushed my spirit today..
"sue" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Hi, I'm sue Jeffers. This is the C jeopar- show. I have a great show planned for you today. A great show yet. We're gonna talk about Tim election updates. We're going to talk about which candidates are in trouble. I'm looking at you. Erik paulsen. You you Erik Paulsen. You made this way harder than it needs to be. Yeah. Lots of election updates come in. We're going to talk about why the heck is Minneapolis moving that homeless camp. Why aren't they busting it up getting these people the help they need and instead of building another homeless encampment for them? We're going to talk about the falls in San plow in Saint Paul who are continuing to ignore the warnings as they're preparing to raise the minimum wage. This is just crazy. How stupid they are? And we're going to talk about the cabinet confirmation hearings, which the. Democrats have turned into a kangaroo court. The headlines headlines are screaming absolutely screaming, the accuser to speak at the judiciary committee next week. No, she's not this is another delay tactic. This is this is this whole situation is so outrageous, and okay. So the headlines are screaming the accuser to speak at the judiciary committee, really when she going to speak. Where's she going to speak? What are the conditions? She's going to speak under. Nobody knows. Nobody knows this is so absolutely ridiculous. If this is accepted with conditions. It is an accepted and Jason Lewis tweeted out. I think this was yesterday vote and end the spectacle in the Senate the democrat tactic to sit on a decades-old accusation for maximum political gain is unconscionable. It's extremely unfair to explain Dr Ford who wanted to remain anonymous and to let partisan politics besmirch. Judge Cavanaugh totally true confirmed the guy and move on Democrats, you should be. So so so embarrassed here for yourselves, and what you've done not only to this poor woman, but to the whole metoo organizations to politics in general, this is so absolutely ridiculous. We're gonna talk about who. Do you believe we're gonna talk about who do you believe we're going to talk about is time for the metoo movement to end are just too many double standards out there? We're going to talk about should cabinet be confirmed on Monday. I say, yes. Hell, yes. And yeah, we're going to talk about the incredible double standard that we're seeing with Keith Ellison. So crazy. Speaking of embarrassing..
"sue" Discussed on Overdue
"April fool's andrew no we have fooled you we have to do a fogcast that's not no we already know that was already happening if you so if you told me we didn't have to do a podcast and you've been like psych we do still that we've been good abor full i feel like you don't understand how april fools works psych to overdue it's podcast but the books even meaning to read my name is craig my name's andrew are you pranked yet are you poked are you neil pranked i wake up coming out with you'll predict this coming out on april second so presumably all the corporation's already pranked you yesterday oh kfc was like oh we don't we do burgers now and dairy queen was like old come and get a hot blizzard like i don't know that's a good one blizzards like a warm ice cream suit i'm steven ice cream mess dairy queen april fools april fools let's not talk about this the day that companies ruined now it was better when it was just about like pranking your kids or something yeah we're sure ends when you were nine because you know what was good about those pranks is that some of them were mysteries who very mysterious liked the book this ties into the thing like the book that i read for this week show a is four alibi by sue grafton by sue craft and you wanna know about sue grafton do you know about her already have you heard the news.
"sue" Discussed on What It Takes
"Alan ging childhood sue grafton said was that it made her a hyper organized person people who are raised dysfunctional families are very punctual suffer any by rings my doorbell on the nosaka oh oh oh tell me about your dysfunctional five when they called how did you know that sketchy showed up on time always can spot them that discipline proved very helpful as she set out to tackle a series of twenty six novels every single day that she wasn't travelling she would sit at her desk and rate may not for eight or ten hours but six for sure and of that six sue graft and figured four were spent on research phone calls revisions and writing in her journal in the actual created new material i put out i probably have two good hours if that and that's a gift by really count on two pages a day if i can write to pages a day i'm okay i can't manage that every single day some dame's i'm very dumb i just can't do the job of the days i'm so smart i make myself sick nearly break mao norm trying to pat myself on the back but i think it is the persistence in the consistency that makes a different i wanna backup here for a few minutes to talk about sue graft in life as a writer before the alphabet marathon began the first four novel she wrote were not mysteries the fourth one which was the first to get published was about a widow raising kids in a small kentucky town during the depression i was so emma son at the time i didn't even know you had to do research i don't know anything about that oppression i just made it all up and i'm not sure a fat was any more prone to error than the ones i worked so hard of research but uh what was true of me at that time i believe us that i can put sentences together i don't have anything to say i could right.