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Best deals for laptops, headphones

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

00:49 sec | 13 hrs ago

Best deals for laptops, headphones

"Uncertainty about the upcoming school year and parents putting off their back to school shopping. Many retailers are extending their deals, says Samantha Gordon, deals editor, a consumer reports The deals will run probably through early to mid September, extra time to take advantage of steep discounts on technology, including laptops such as the 14 inch LG Graham. Usually $1200 now on sale at Amazon and be an age photo for under 9 50 This is one of the best laptops that we have tested and our labs at consumer reports for students, remote learning or parents working from home noise canceling headphones may come in handy. This wireless pair from Microsoft Surface is now marked down at best Buy for 350 bucks to under 200. They scored really comparably in terms of the noise cancellation to the higher end models from bows and Sony and is

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Fresh update on "samantha" discussed on Von Haessler Doctrine

Von Haessler Doctrine

01:32 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "samantha" discussed on Von Haessler Doctrine

"No, no, no, no. You said the Q word on thing. Tony Dancer. Are you two done now? Totally do it, man. Let me tell you this, Samantha. You and I got to sit down and have issues talk because I don't know what you almost 40 years old and look atyou throwing. Molotov cocktails and grow up. You know what? Maybe I'll tune into this mess might be pretty good. But she goes after the state of Georgia is probably gonna make it here. Don't they make it all the shows? Here it is. Georgia. Look, Kempes, decent guy. We film you. Breaks. He obviously stole the election. I will not silence We'll do a very special episode with Stacey Abrams. That's all she needs haven't episode we camp in bottoms. Oh, thinking if they could figure that one out. So what's it gonna be on Netflix or something is easily I don't think you see what is going to be on yet. Well, anyway, so okay. I never saw the 1st 1 that I have not. There's so many shows that are really popular. I've never seen one episode of even though I was in that generation, I guess. Dallas never saw an episode Crest never saw an episode. Ah, Dallas is a good kid. Was the dicks a hazard? Never saw it in Starsky and Hutch. You sold that That was our skin touch. Now, those two men they were inspirational kid. May that one still sticks with me. Those guys they got.

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‘Who’s the Boss?’ Sequel Series in Development With Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano Attached

Jason and Alexis

00:14 sec | 1 d ago

‘Who’s the Boss?’ Sequel Series in Development With Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano Attached

"All you fans of who's the boss, a sequel. To the hit series is now in development at Sony Pictures Television. It's going to take place 30 years later, Tony Danza and Alissa Milano will overturn is Tony and Samantha. Miss Ellie.

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Fresh update on "samantha" discussed on Fred and Angi

Fred and Angi

01:44 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "samantha" discussed on Fred and Angi

"A lot of all in there and make it safer to leave court. In addition, everybody gets cove it everybody calls over it and then and then Brother Cove. It's survival of the fittest. Right? Mind exactly. Brother together. If you win, you know, waiting for this. Really? I've said for a long time American Idol needs Tio. They want to be relevant again. You need to add a depth to this if you can. You just go into this pit where you go into a pit of alligators, and you have to climb your way out. Somehow. Now that sing for your life, I wouldn't want you want to be relevant again. Let me let me pitch some ideas. Big Brother premieres. It's there's 22nd season premieres tonight on CBS at eight o'clock. So, um, an update of the 19 eighties sitcom who's the boss is in development. With original stars Alissa Milano and Tony Danza set to star and he's also executive producing at Sony owns the rights to the show, Danza in Milano will reprise their rolls. His father and daughter, Toni and Samantha, Miss Ellie's, Um Yeah, seven. Then you take on the show, which is in the early stages of development will follow. Sam's Life is a single mother who's now living in the same house, where the original with sets and a relationship with her dad, who's now retired Judith Light in Danny Kentaro, who also started the original are not yet confirmed. But they might be brought on board. The fifth member of the core cast. Katherine Helmond died in 2019. Another re boat. We don't need it. What about Jonathan? The little brother? That's what I said. Danny. Petar. 00 that's his name. I mean, is anybody like how many people listening now even knew what Who's the boss was when you said you know, the only people who care about this people who need the money. The show ended in 1992 right, Mort, Attack out online today. Uh, let's see. Oh, Hillary Duff.

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Creating a Motivational Environment and Caraway

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

03:58 min | 5 d ago

Creating a Motivational Environment and Caraway

"Samantha thank you so much for being with us today to talk about a topic that I think everyone has been trying to learn a little bit more about lately now. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited to talk about how we can really impact our daily lives were like you're saying stuck at home. It's a little different, right. So my first question for you is, why is it that creating the right kind of environment for studying or working is so important and that's a great question I'm sure we've all experienced this where you go, you sit down to write a big pig I. Or even just need to get some last minute work done at the end of a really long day and distractions pop up left and right. The weekend totally avoid those things. If we set the tone, set the environment and create a good harmonize sense especially with everyone being being at home right now, we're all on top of each other everyone all whole families at home it can have a huge impact on your productivity and ability to stay on task for media creating a clean simple instruction free environment with the right tools can really improve my productivity and I think that's something that a lot of people can implemented their lives I always suggest starting off with a clear workspace no matter where you are right down A. Simple to do list role on some in tune and diffuse something like motiva- or your own essential oils than buckle down and just get to work. oftentimes, it's the little things like just rolling on that bottle of in June that make a big impact. Absolutely. So you mentioned a couple of essential oils there. Can you go a little bit deeper? What are some essential oils that can help me create that atmosphere and make sure that I am doing all that I can be doing? Yeah. So in tune like I mentioned and thinker, they really are the perfect blend to use his. Party or worker study time routine to create the type environment I. talked about these really were formulated for those routines to help you really get into the into the mood creek dot like I said, harmonize heads right there. So easy to use it take moments to apply take no effort. You don't have to think about create that habit of rolling them on. You can even diffuse some blends that we already have created for you. We have motivate passion those are really easy. Once just put a few drops a diffuser in your workspace you can even use a combination of other oils. My favorites personally are rosemary while Orange peppermint Tangerine, and sometimes even a bit of Eucalyptus. I love that there are so many options that you just brought up and one thing that I really appreciate that Tara has done is you have in tune and you have thinker and thinker is not just for kids sometimes, that might be the one that works best for you. Yeah. It's definitely for the kids too. So what can I do when I get to maybe the mid afternoon or right after lunch and I'm feeling kind of a slump and need a little bit of extra motivation. We know essential oils have such unique impacts on the way we react to situations and they really can't help us some of the oils that I mentioned earlier a lot of US citizens the mints those can help if you are in the mood to use essential oils. If you're not there few physical things that you can do stretch get up and walk for a minute even sit down and writing a to do as I mentioned to really get your mind in place of our any any get things done. It gives you some direction. In creating habits, using those to do us using those positive habit building things along with essential oils like I talked about that really can create that good environment to motivate you and get things done. I

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Help for the Quarantine Woes

The Essential Oil Revolution

06:14 min | Last week

Help for the Quarantine Woes

"Hey. There I'm Samantha. Leigh Right and today's show. We're GONNA dive into some help for the quarantine woes. Today you're going to get a lot of tips on how essential oils can help you through these trying times and all trying times, but these times especially. I think you'll agree with me. are a little extra trying so today we'll talk to Josephine at Uri and she's going to walk us through how she uses mindfulness to help her through her day today and And how essential oils can tie in to all of that too great episode, you're going to love it before we get to today's interview. Allow me to share my favorite oil of this week going to highlight northern lights black spruce. This is one of my all time. Favorite oils has the most heavenly smell in the world. It comes from the northern lights area of Canada where the black spruce trees grow underneath the rory. Alice which give this just magical quality that. Gets captured into the bottle. I love to defuse it on its own, but also mix it in with a little bit of a citrus oil or a lavender from time to time in fact, today's diy, dugout recipe, which comes from Linda Bloom is a recipe for a diffuser blend cod. Bob's woodsy fresh diffuser blend which. Three jobs of northern light black spruce combine that with two drops of pine to drop of lime in two drops of peppermint I love this combination of Oils Linda. Thank you so much for sharing this with our DIY dugout. You can submit your recipe and have it right here. On the show to the DIY dugout by emailing us at DIY, at revolution oils podcasts, DOT com. Thanks so much everyone who submitted their survey answers to our recent listener survey. This is where we're asking for your feedback on what you'd like to hear more of on this podcast already. You've given such great feedback. We really appreciate it. We're going to pick a winner in a few weeks. From all those who submit their surveys to us. You can find a link to that questionnaire that survey in. In the show notes below today's episode, one winner will get to cap on the phone with me and I'll walk you through virtual tour of all of my essential oils, and we'll pick out a custom blend that I'll mix into a rollerball and Sindh. How just for you again? The link for that listener survey is down below in the show notes now onto our interview with Josephine at Laurie. I'm here with Josephine, at Laurie who's an expert in meditation, and in overcoming adversity to find joy through her unique journey on her path to become a mom of five Josephine weather, many ups and downs with en vitro fertilization, international adoption and Sarah Gacy, channeling her experience to find calm and courage, and to focus on presser, and she now helps others navigates. Life's curbs falls through group and individual online meditation training and her responding to life podcasts. Josephine is so wonderful having you here with us today. How are you and great? Thank you so much for having me. Yeah, we'll tell US A. A little bit about yourself. We just learned a bit about your journey in your bio, and it sounds like you have many ups and downs in life, but I'd love to hear hear it in your words. Yeah, absolutely so I actually I help people overcome adversity to enjoy, and this all stems from that thirteen year for journey, but I had trying to create my dream family, and that encompassed many years of failed idea miscarriages eventually leading to international adoption, and then going back, try via, and then finally using a surrogate to help us out, and in the end after that tumultuous. Tumultuous Ride. We have our family of five kids Manso. Because I went through all of that, it became my passion to help. Others navigate their own obstacles in life, using all the lessons that I learned and coupling it with meditation training so that no everyone can try to purchase rice, responding in a more mindful and positive way man I think mindfulness is really at the root of so much of our health whether the physical emotional mental learning that mindfulness key. It's not something that we are necessarily taught in childhood taught in schools. It often is something that unless you yourself as an adult. Adult go and seek out that training of mindfulness. It's no wonder that it seems like our society oftentimes is very very scattered, brain and unhealthy and unhappy. We have so much mental unrest in our society and I'm a big believer that a lot of that comes down to just people not knowing how to be mindful. Would you agree absolutely? Yes, we were so caught up in the day to day an looking in the future, also looking in the past, and never really appreciating the present moment for how beautiful it is, because our minds are scoring so quickly. Get so much stuff and. Inundated with all the media that we now have our fingertips that it is so easy us to get caught up in that whirlwind of chaos, and not really be mindful of ourselves and our situations, and that's why I love using essential oils as we. We're going to talk about as another way to really like tap into that moment, because it just brings you back to what you associate with certain sense, which is why I love to incorporate in. In my in my meditation

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Weekend mayhem continues, with seven murders across New York City in 24 hours

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | Last week

Weekend mayhem continues, with seven murders across New York City in 24 hours

"This past weekend was like most recent weekends in the city. It was bloody at least seven murders in the past 24 hours, and Samantha Liebman reports more homicides in the city Sunday, including the shooting of three teens here in Cypress Hills, a 16 year old boy killed. It happened around 6 40 last night, Police say. An SUV drove by George Walker Junior Park here on Vermont Street and someone started shooting through the sun roof that 16 year old shot in the head. A 17 year old also shot and an 18 year old in critical condition also shot in the head. Police too. Investigating an SD Salaam is friends with the group and says they were all good kids. We used to hang out with them. They was good people. They was actually six and they like their was getting out games. Meanwhile, the other murder Sunday included a fatal stabbing in the Bronx of a transgender woman and a man shot in the back and a possible domestic dispute in Queens. All this contributing to the rise in murders and shootings. As of last week. Shootings up 69% murders, up 24% over

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Boston Declares Heat Emergency

WBZ Afternoon News

01:02 min | Last week

Boston Declares Heat Emergency

"Off another heat wave This one could last into Wednesday. Boston declaring a heat emergency for a second weekend in a row with Heat index is expected to reach 105. Here's doubly busy Suzanne Saz bill. Even in New England. A heat wave in July is not uncommon. But Mima director Samantha Phillips says it's important to remind people how to stay safe limit time outdoors. If you do have to be outside, where light colored clothing drink plenty of fluids check on loved one read Lamberti with every source doesn't anticipate any problems with power. Despite a C's working overtime will create some high electricity usage doing this heat wave, and it's put a strain on the electric electric system. system. However, However, we we are are prepared prepared to to meet meet that that increase increase demanded. demanded. We We have have crews crews ready ready to to respond respond to to any any outages outages or or issues issues that that may may arise. arise. He He reminds reminds people people to to increase increase the the temp temp on on the the A C and clean filters and run things like dishwashers and washing machines at night Doing so saves energy and a few bucks on your electric bill. Suzanne Saz

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Regis Philbin, iconic US TV host, dies aged 88

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:15 min | Last week

Regis Philbin, iconic US TV host, dies aged 88

"Saddened to share that our beloved Regis Philbin passed away last night of natural causes one months shy of his 89th birthday. Continue information here on 10 10 wins. In 2001. The franchise had had been live with Regis and Kelly then became co starring Kelly Ripa before he left in 2011 after 23 years on the Air Regis Philbin Wass 88 years of age. Reaction fires and upper Westside neighbors of Regis Philbin reacting to the TV legends, Death is just the passing of the legacy. Philbin holds the record for most hours on TV, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, But many in his neighborhood remembering him is just a nice guy. He's a great guy in the neighborhood got eyes that smile. It was a great guy, everybody. He was part of the neighborhood, Gentle soul. Samantha Liebman, 10 10 wins on the Upper West Side. Born on August 25th 1931 Philbin was raised in the Bronx, graduated from Cardinal Hayes High School in 1949. Multi award winning film in't about accomplishments is long career again. Hosting Live with Regis and Kathie Lee Regis Philbin has passed away at the age of 88. Keep it here on

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Top Anti-Aging & Longevity Expert Brian Vaszily Shares All

The Essential Oil Revolution

06:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Top Anti-Aging & Longevity Expert Brian Vaszily Shares All

"I'm here with Brian Vase Lee who is a popular and outspoken advocate, author and researcher with over two decades of experience in natural health who opposes the widespread perception that likens getting older to getting a disease, and who instead supports the truth that your forties, fifties sixties, and beyond can and should be the best years of your. Life Brian is hosting the worldwide release of his second major online summit called the little known. life-changing Health Summit The relaunches tomorrow July twenty second. This is really the pinnacle of his missions I'm really excited to have you Brian here on the show to tell us a little more about that welcome. Welcome Paul Thank you for having me Samantha. How are you an Perry well very well? I can't wait to dive in. I mean you've been in the health and wellness field for such a long time. You were really key to building more cola dot, com, and so many other organizations that we've all admired for years. You really could have done anything with your background and your expertise so I'm curious. How did you end up becoming such a leading voice for anti aging and longevity? Really for two decades, you know I've been both in front of the scenes and behind the scenes in this space if you will And indeed like you said I was at a crossroad, so I grew up in a rather rough Chicago neighborhood and you know there were challenges there for sure, but I guess we'll just take it to the heart of the matter. My Dad was a really good man until age nine, and then he became severely alcoholic, quite abusive to me and to my sister, and to my mother, and it was rough. It was a really really rough time to his credit. We finally did manage to kick the alcohol on the other hand. He still stayed quite bitter really at himself because. He had one heck of an interesting life I'll tell you that I mean he was a spy belief for the US during world. War Two saw some things in Germany. You know that he was. To his dying day was not able to share you know his sworn oath, not to share certain things, but he was previously married. He had a my half brother. His one of his sons was killed, and he had a first wife before that even who they got into an argument, she stepped out of the car, and she was killed on the spot by a truck, heading your, so he faced a lot of things and. And Samantha back in those days I. Think you know an older folks? Listening here might recognize especially you didn't go to counseling or eating. Go to therapy just wasn't nearly as normal or accepted as it is today, so he dealt with it, saying the wrong way big point being as you can hear my heart right now I totally long ago forgave all that he did, but it was rough. I mean when I was younger. When I'm twenty, and he's on finally on his death, but after suffering for years from some serious diseases in a horrible way, I myself got my girlfriend pregnant at that age twenty so very poor myself. Finally he did pass away, so I had it rough continuing on from that point, too. You know I sold my piece. That comes to mind. Remember US I sold my entire CD collections to keep our heat on one month, and you know face all kinds of stuff like that, but this is not a sad story. I'm Kinda. My tissue. Brian Combined Calgary. because. Even know through depression, and and you know certain addictions myself but. The one thing that kept me literally the reason I'm alive. Today still is because of strong women, strong women I had saints have a saint. Still you know for a mother, wonderful strong's older sister, certain teachers who all you know in my case where female and these people kept me on my toes, cut me some cases alive and going through a lot of severe depression and hardship and things like that so. Eternal gratitude for these really powerful women's now you know I made it through. I made it beyond I'm certainly thriving in the most important ways today, but as I moved along there, we talked twenty some years experiences now in natural health and research, and all this good stuff I acquired so much worthwhile. I guess we'll say knowledge from so many wonderful people so many not only factor, certainly a lot of the doctors who who are in this field and experts like yourself and others you know in different aspects of natural health herbalism, certainly essential oils, your expertise, and all these different areas and. Did come to that crosser and two things are happening, said. Wow, there's so much information Samantha that so many people don't realize. Don't have at their fingertips. It's not easily accessible to them. Because we live in the society where the powers that be get to define what health means you know for example in the powers that be you know we all know. These drug companies in the you know the conventional healthcare system as the phrase goes I I'm like wow, people don't realize there's so much they can do when it comes to helping themselves. Helping is prolonging their lives, not just prolonging is but increasing the joy. In the process in other words, not just living longer, but living well doing it, and by the way looking amazing to in the what I call the real way and the other thing that was happening while realize. Wow, have access to all these amazing people as well who I want to share their message and all they're not now just out. All these doctors and others have I also looked it was. was kind of sad because I'm like. Wow, these powerful women that saved me. My Mom's in her. You know Middle Seventies. My sister's in her fifties. My wife is in her forties, and they're all confronting this big gigantic myth, and it hits men, too. Don't get me wrong. We're challenged by this, too, but it. It really impacts women in a much harder way, which is getting older is equated to getting. A disease that getting older equals suffering, and it must equal. Go being over the hill, so to speak Saying goes when you hit your forty, and this is such a pervasive myth out there. That especially impacts women and their psychology almost Samantha that it just drags their whole being down. It's hard not to let it because that's the message out there. If you're twenty one, you're at the pinnacle of the world, and you know if you're in your forty s or beyond, it's all downhill from there. Guess what that contradicted everything that I was an had been. been learning for years from all these natural health docs and others in in this wonderful space, and like that's not true, and it's sad to me to see these super powerful women that saved my life, even impacted by this so I almost had no choice. You know what I'm going to bring forward this message about true deeper, anti aging and longevity to people. And hence the art of anti-aging, and hence you know like you noted, and I appreciate that really the pinnacle of our mission, and all were about. Is this summit on? That's coming up the little known

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Study results on steroid to reduce COVID-19 deaths published

TIME's Top Stories

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Study results on steroid to reduce COVID-19 deaths published

"A cheap common steroid call deck Samantha Stone may help patients with severe covid nineteen study says. A paper published Friday in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests a low cost steroid may be a valuable treatment for severe covid, Nineteen building upon encouraging preliminary findings from last month in June UK researchers reported that dexsa methods zone, a cheap, widely available steroid that can lower inflammation in the body, appeared to reduce by a third, the risk of death among patients with severe covid nineteen. UK. Practitioners began using decks method zone the very same day the results were announced, but some medical experts were more guarded arguing no conclusions should be made without seeing the trials full results. Those results were published today in any J. M. and they seem to support. What was announced last month Dexsa method soon did not. Benefit for Covid, nineteen patients sick enough to require respiratory support, but it had no such benefit, and even showed the potential for some possible harm for patients with milder

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Episode 2: Guilt free self-care - burst 1

Random Acts of Self

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Episode 2: Guilt free self-care - burst 1

"Hello, everybody and welcome. This is Samantha with random acts of self, a podcast about self-care wellness happiness stress management feeling better about our lives so today. I. WanNa Talk to you. About guilt free self care. And I wanted to do this early in the podcast because it's a problem that a Lotta people. Have you know you're stressed out? You know you need a break or vacation or just a few minutes to yourself, but you don't do it. Why? For a lot of people, it's guilt.

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Tom Hanks goes to war (again) in the World War II drama 'Greyhound'

KTLK Programming

01:41 min | 3 weeks ago

Tom Hanks goes to war (again) in the World War II drama 'Greyhound'

"A war slashed drama movie and something That looks pretty good. Yeah, I was shocked to see a Tom Hanks poster as well that it was funny because it's what's interesting about these. These films with Greyhound specifically because That trailer dropped. I think pre Cove it and I remember seeing the trailer and it was one of the few where I was, like, legitimately like that Looks really, really good ever saw? No, it's it's It's It's all. It's actually do you have that? Can you get provide assistance Officers there? Samantha, I certainly can. U S Navy commander Ernest Krause. It's so nice to be reading a synopsis. I feel so normal Ernest crosses assigned to lead an allied convoy across the Atlantic during World War two. His convoy, however, is pursued by German U boats. Although this is cross his first wartime mission, he finds himself embroiled. And what would become to be known as the longest largest and most complex naval battle in history. The battle of the Atlantic? Yeah, the trailer looks fantastic. And Tom Hanks already is just so watchable. He's just so interesting. And even when he does, you know, I mean, he does. I know I'll get even with this dramatic roles, the majority of what he does know her dramatic roles, but it doesn't seem to matter. Sort of what you know what, what acting gig he takes. He's able to bring something you know really compelling to it. And this movie just has me really, really excited on I just I like the fact that they're embracing the technology to go back and revisit some of these time periods. And to give us some or Hollywood eyes but still somewhat, You know, more accurate representations of what these particular battles were like. I know lot of

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13 injured in Brooklyn, New York fire

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:01 min | Last month

13 injured in Brooklyn, New York fire

"Fire this morning in Brooklyn. Total of 13 injuries. A 12 year old, a 50 year old are in critical condition after the blaze in Flatbush, and that is where we find 10. 10 wins. Reporter Samantha Leave in. Good Morning, Sam. Yes, And And this this fire fire broke broke out out around around two two this this morning morning on on the the top top floor floor of of 30 30 Linden Linden Boulevard. Boulevard. Neighbors Neighbors heard heard one one resident resident crying crying for for help. help. Mom came out and she was time for help. Like my kid is dying. My house is on fire. That woman's 12 year old is now in critical condition. The two alarm fire took it about an hour to put out 200 firefighters, the flames so intense it blew out windows. There was fire coming out like you could see it. A piece of the window felon, My kids niece. And she has a big laceration to her arm. That she was taken to the hospital. Five firefighters were also injured because still under investigation.

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"samantha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:38 min | Last month

"samantha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"I don't get disappointed when things don't work because I was always. Ready for it not to work I'm like okay. That didn't work so yeah, it's not even like a a fear like an active fear I have but I still and like while you know if I got to go I. I'm ready. Sam What was it like walking past a bookstore and seeing a pile of your books in though India, or what are those things like I mean. Is that a cliche? No no I don't think anyone has ever asked me that it is. Surreal it. Feels like it's like someone else's bulk or like a book I've heard about or I'm very good at Li- kinda disconnecting. You know up because you have you have to be a little bit what you put a thing out into the world. Because like all people are going to do is talk to you about that thing. All people are going to do is be like saw. Iran your book and on this page you said this. And what do you think about that, so? I think there's a little part of me that like compartmentalize is 'cause I don't want every book on the shelf to feel like a tiny piece of my soul I mean 'cause that like that feels like to light, open and painful, so there's a little bit of emotional distancing that I do, but it is incredible I truly truly truly. I know this is gonNA sound. Sound like bullshit, but every time someone tells me they've read it or on instagram. If someone like mentions you and you get a little like message every time I see select someone has tagged me in like a copy of my book that they're reading I. am sort of like. I can't believe like the I'd seal so grateful and I'm like I can't believe you're reading that. Please don't quote any of it to me because I will die, but also thank you so much for reading that it. It's surreal I. Will Never. Take it for granted actually now that I know how much competition Mary's. How many books there are you know I read books all the time and I'm like Oh! I want everyone to read this and I'm always like posting books on Instagram like putting books in my newsletter whatever 'cause I'm like I'm really excited. I want you to read this, but then thinking about that in the context of my own books. It's like there are just so many choices. It feels like a little miracle that someone like decided to read my book with all the other books out. Your essence for our dear listeners who who don't know Samantha. Herbie is a fucking genius. Thank you on just regular listeners, but no, if you think about it like. Like in the book table Metaphor Right you walk in. You see like books on the front table like the new books are the we recommend you know whatever? Books are expensive and they're like a luxury. And so like thinking about it in that context like when all these books are spread before you that someone like reached out and picked up my book with the Bunny on it or whatever or the screaming cat, or whichever book they decide to buy that to mean like it still feels surreal like Oh, with all those other choices That's incredible. I really am humbled that people are like. Buy It and read it and you're amazing I think that the way you write is a relief to your reader. Maybe it's a very simplistic way to put it, but you write about embarrassing things that we all deal with. And we tend to think that we're alone in. Their circumstances yeah, they're very intimate books You're going to get like people like me. I suppose that are that are like I think we were separated at birth. I mean it's such a good feeling to read to recognize yourself. Eat any part of your cells in someone. Else's like experience. 'cause life..

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"samantha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:05 min | Last month

"samantha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Think about intimacy with the whole construct that is kind of the only thing I crave in life. I find it Kinda tedious. I don't know I don't enjoy. That kind of communication. It just doesn't appeal to me. I would rather talk to I. Don't know like A. Train engineer. I don't know why that one came to mind. I was thinking the other day. This is a tangent Samantha for sure, but I was thinking the other day. Usually call me them Sam. I would love to okay Sam. Yes, my friends, Homey San I like that and I'm your friend I'm in yes okay. I was the other day are trained engineers do they feel slightly less powerful because their title is a little more broad than say a pilot or a captain? Let's assume this train engineers a man if they're like hitting on a woman. Engineer like they have to reiterate like I'm. In charge of this whole. One of these days, Sam before we pass, let's make a pact that will never. Realize in less. We are truly the kind of heroes that I imagine we are. One day you and I may will be Chicago. And, we'll be like swinging off of the train like you know like saying goodbye, but when will both shows simultaneously from cars that are next to each other. All the bow. Deal okay. Great. I'm going to start treating you like the train engineer it'll be. Great. If I was a train engineer I would just be on the loudspeaker talking to people I'd be like, did you guys see that episode of whatever would be like stopped talking to US drive the train? That would be awesome. I wanted to know how you're going to finish that sentence episode of Wine. May I destroy you. Are you watching that? No, was it good? Yes, okay, man. It's incredible. We're stuck in a little bit of a westworld nightmare. Oh I can't I mean. The thing..

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"samantha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:42 min | Last month

"samantha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Today's guest is author, comedian and Blogger Samantha Irby. I tracked down Samantha after reading her New Book while no, thank you, which was highly recommended by the New York. Times I then read her other books. We are never meeting in real life, meaty and New Year same trash. All of them made me laugh out loud. Talking with Sam had the same effect, she said caller Sam because that's what a friends color and we're friends now I hope you enjoy the episode. Ladies and gentlemen. You're listening to qualify..

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New Jersey - Hoboken Mayor Confirms Highest 2-Day Total Of New COVID-19 Cases Since Mid-May

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:02 min | Last month

New Jersey - Hoboken Mayor Confirms Highest 2-Day Total Of New COVID-19 Cases Since Mid-May

"Across the nation has been steadily climbing for the past week. More than 50,000 new cases were reported yesterday. Many trying to figure out how to safely celebrate the holiday weekend, and there's a new cluster of cases in Hoboken Mayor Robby Bhalla says 13 new covert 19 cases Thursday and Friday are the highest two day total since mid May. All traveled out of state where they attend to gatherings, Thankfully, They heated our call that we previously put out alerting residents. To this early tread. And to get tested. If you traveled to a hot spot, ST Most were asymptomatic. And he says That's why the governor asking travelers from 16 states. A quarantine is so important as well as testing, Hoboken's chief health specialist, Lynette Maduro says it's not just a problem in Hoboken. Actually, we're seeing spikes in cases across the state better travel related. I've been in contact with other health departments and other health officers and public health professionals and Especially over the last week. We can have Samantha Lippman 10. 10 wins in

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Another Suspect Arrested In Molotov Cocktail Attack On New York Police Vehicles

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | Last month

Another Suspect Arrested In Molotov Cocktail Attack On New York Police Vehicles

"There is a new arrest in the Brooklyn Molotov cocktail attack during recent protest, a suspect described as a co conspirator of defendant Samantha Schacher under arrest, now identified by officials as 26 year old Timothy Amerman of Socrates, facing charges of civil disorder and civil disorder conspiracy. The Molotov cocktail hidden NYPD vehicle with four officers inside. Suspect now set for bail hearing sometime this afternoon, and if convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison.

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"samantha" Discussed on Cleared Hot

Cleared Hot

05:48 min | Last month

"samantha" Discussed on Cleared Hot

"Acquaintance. Thomas Niveau. We talked about him a little bit in the podcast, so it will be that explanation for that, but. Samantha is actually from where I currently live or in the flathead valley she. Rose to national prominence. Due to a picture, being captured at a black lives matter protests in Whitefish Montana. which is the northern end of the flathead valley? And Thomas found this picture and send it to me. And said here's somebody who could be should be a very important an interesting person to have a conversation with. Thomas is a smart man. I immediately said that I agreed, and he connected us and I can't tell you. How glad that I am that he did. Samantha is awesome. She is obviously like I said a woman. She's an activist. She's a woman of color. She grew up in this rural town and now she is. Shifting her focus towards educating and making change her opinion to me is incredibly important and for me in times like. Now. That all of us are either watching are directly participating in as we see our country, hopefully, change and change direction towards something that is better. I think one of the most important things that you can do is sit down. Ask questions. And most importantly listen so so incredibly grateful that this woman lives near where I live and. That she is doing the things that she is doing. Now, I'm going to shut up and let Samantha Talk for herself. Episode One thirty, four with Samantha Francine enjoy. Was Smoke. Walk. To the smoke I'm looking at danger close now. including. How do you know? Mr Niveau I don't. Okay then he actually just took another. Step up in my. Level of respect I've met him one time. Yeah in. Where we were, we were in Kong. I met him for breakfast. At a buffet at the Marriott and Hong, Kong through a mutual friend, and he's been amazing. Yeah, and he was just like Andy You have to talk to this woman. Is Crazy it gets no, he. He's in the Congo right now. And he just studying star Covid nineteen stuff. Yeah, and he saw my story reached to me. Talk a little bit and the next thing I know. He's the talk to this person this person. This person. I was like okay. Thank you. Bye Me, but love it. You know I mean this has been so surreal. Yeah I'm trying to think about the the best place. Instead I know we have to me the picture which I'll. Put up in Youtube. That picture to me captures. Everything that is wrong with this country..

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New York Pride March Goes Virtual on Its 50th Anniversary

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:36 min | Last month

New York Pride March Goes Virtual on Its 50th Anniversary

"Sierra marks the 50th anniversary of the city's pride march, but there was a very different look for this year's celebration. Pandemic forced today's events have you moved to video platforms with a virtual celebration. TV producer Dan Levy was among this year's grand marshal. I think my first experience with pride was just hearing about it and knowing that I was gay, but being in the closet and knowing that getting there was going to be alone, turning free, too. One of the greatest marshals of New York. Pride is is a very wonderful and, um and full circle moment. While there were no a formal in person events, there was still a celebration and activism at the birthplace of the modern LGBTQ rights movement. No parade. No problem. Still, a celebration outside the stone wall in Kim was all decked out head to toe and rainbow, representing all there is about love and Clyde. It's a rough time these days, but I still want to come out of represent. There may not be a parade, but still, there's a parade of love out here. While there was drinking and dancing in the streets, many remembering this day 51 years ago was a riot for equal rights. So thousands filed past Stonewall Inn. The Queer Liberation for Black Lives March from Harlem, says LGBTQ rights and black Lives matter are one in the same. I think it's because of the fact that it's such a unifying Bon that allows itself among human nature. And although we have to name it a particular thing We're here because our hearts are in the same place Samantha leap in 10 10 wins at the Stonewall Inn

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LGBTQ community celebrates Supreme Court ruling on employment nondiscrimination cases

The Daily 202's Big Idea

02:47 min | Last month

LGBTQ community celebrates Supreme Court ruling on employment nondiscrimination cases

"Gerald Bostock joined a gay recreational softball league seven years ago, signing up for the HOTLANTA, Softball League his job in the Child Welfare Services Department for Clayton County. Georgia. He was fired for quote. Conduct unbecoming of county employ. That men he didn't have health insurance. He recovered from prostate cancer, but it set in motion illegal fight that led on Monday to a landmark decision from the supreme, court, which ruled six to three that the Civil Rights Act of nineteen, sixty four protects against discrimination based not just on race and gender, but also sexual orientation. And now Gerald's name will forever appear in constitutional law textbooks. After reading Justice Neal Gorsuch as majority opinion, validating his right not to be fired, simply because he was gay Gerald reflected on the journey from the den of his home. When I lost my job, it was my dream job, so imagine having. That, you went to every day and you enjoy doing it. the habits suddenly taken away from you because you decided to join a gay recreational Softball League I lost my income I mentioned that I had lost mine insurance while I was still recovering from prostate cancer I lost friends in relationships with with many colleagues. I had to sell my home in that community. So the Germans been difficult. The court ruling grouped three related cases involving employees who said they were fired because of their sexuality or gender identity. Gerald was the only plaintiff still alive to see the outcome Amy Stevens. A funeral director who was fired, because she was transgender, died last month of kidney failure after attending oral arguments in her case. Last Fall Donald Zara. A skydiving instructor who was fired because he was gay, died in twenty, fourteen, leaving his sister and partner to advance his case. Gerald, who's fifty-six plans to return to a trial court in Georgia to fight his case after all these years of legal roadblocks, he and his partner Andy toasted with champagne last night to celebrate the ruling, which he hopes will bring a little bit of sunshine. In some dark times. He told my colleague Samantha Schmidt that more work remains to be done. He wants Congress to pass the Equality Act which would enshrine nondiscrimination protections for lgbtq people in Employment Housing Credit Education public spaces and other realms of American life. The state of Georgia has also yet to pass a hate crime law. He, says joining the gay. Softball League was one of the best decisions he ever made. The arc of the moral universe is long. But it bends toward justice.

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Protesters again fill NYC's streets post-curfew

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Protesters again fill NYC's streets post-curfew

"There were lots of protesters out in Brooklyn and that's where ten ten wins reporter Samantha Liebman was marching from Washington Square park that numbered in the thousands have dwindled by the time it reached the Upper West Side a demonstrator Carlos Polanco felt they needed to go past the curfew because that was part of the problem the police are breeding individuals it is not just about them trying to create order they are not they are the reason that there is chaos that there's this order and they are the reason why we are

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Teeth Week Morning Interview

Chompers

02:38 min | 2 months ago

Teeth Week Morning Interview

"Its teeth and today our friends Jasmine is here with an interview. Jasmine take it away. Thanks, Hey, champions, you all ask some really tough teeth questions, so we got two expert to answer them a dentist, but I start brushing on the top of your mouth on one side, and make sure to brush the inside, outside and chewing side of each to. Three. Boom some kids dream of being firefighters or airplane, pilots or teachers when they grow up. But Dr Samantha Eiffel She knew there is only one job for her. Did you always want to be a dentist. They did actually from the time I was about eleven or twelve. My dentist actually made it really fun and interesting, and so I wanted to be a dentist because of him. So, what's you're brushing to the other side of the top of your mouth? And keep on brushing. Dr Samantha Eiffel is a dentist who works in Brooklyn new. York and we sat down to ask her. All of your totally toothy dental questions. So Ninja wants to know. Is it gross looking inside of mouths all day? It isn't actually it's actually really fun and interesting to me because my job mainly involves making sure that people have good or hygiene, and they have good dental health and I can also tell if you don't floss, brush your teeth. Switch to the bottom of your mouth. And make sure to brush those molars. In the back. Sesame wants to know. Why is bubblegum battle your teeth? Is, bad for your teeth because it has a lot of sugar in it, the bacteria in your mouth than feed on that sugar foam, acid and acid turn starts to cost cabins. Sheriff wants to know what is the worst candy for teeth? Job rakers the really hard, really sticky and Chew We. Switch to the other side of the bottom of your mouth. And Brush, those front teeth to. Cooper wants to know one. Will I. Lose My baby teeth? So Cooper, that's a process and you start losing your bt at

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"samantha" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

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"samantha" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

03:32 min | 3 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Thursday the. Us reported three and a half million new blank. Claims bringing the seven-week Total to thirty three million unemployment right this week. A man in South Dakota was arrested for driving under the influence after he blanked after he drove into a liquor store no after he ran himself over. It was eleven thirty in the morning with witness. The man tumbled out of the front door of his truck which was still in drive and run himself over. Police arrived on the scene and quickly determined. A man was intoxicated in part because his blood alcohol level was well above the legal limit in part because the first thing the relatively unharmed man asked officers was did anybody get the license plate number on that truck is that what's known as a cell phone. I believe it is believed bill. How did MOW doing our quiz? He had five points racket up ten for a total of fourteen Adam Europe next. Fill IN THE BLANK ON. Thursday the Justice Department announced it was dropping the case against former national security advisor blank. Flynn yes for the first time in. Its History New York City deliberately. Shut down it's blank system on Wednesday subway right this week police in Louisiana issued a warning that anyone visiting a local banks. Atm should be on the lookout for blacks raccoons. It's so close overly aggressive chickens on Thursday high end department store blank filed for bankruptcy neiman. Marcus yes on Monday. Colson Whitehead became the fourth author in history to win two blank prizes for fiction. Pulitzer yes according to Google searches. A surprising number of people tried to find out what date blake fell on this year. Oh Christmas. No Cinco de Mayo seems a lot of us. Wonder when exactly Cinco de Mayo was this year. If you're one of those people that happened in the same day last year on the Cinco of Myo I mean. How dumb are these people? Don't they know the Great Mexican? General Cinco De Maya. Birthday was on the fifth of May Bill. How did Adam do in our quiz at four right for eight? More boys out has thirteen. Oh so close all right then. So how many then does Helen here need to win? Four count them four. Okay Helen. This is for the game fill in the blank on Monday. Us Allied intelligence that it was highly unlikely. The Corona virus originated from a lab in blank. We'll high right after undergoing treatment. For a gallbladder infection Supreme Court justice blank was released from the hospital. Ruth Bader GINSBURG right this week. Secretary of Education Blank unveiled new regulations for reporting sexual assault on campus. That's devised this week. Canada announced plans to ban blanks fighting Moose assault weapons. A landlord in Australia. Says he's having trouble renting one of his fully furnished apartments because the bathroom is blank. Non-existence bathroom is in the middle of the kitchen and has clear glass walls on Tuesday. Entertainment giant blank reported that Corona virus had cost the company. One Point Four Billion Dollars Disney on Monday Don Shula. The winningest coach in the history of blank passed away at the age of ninety Nfl US this week. Highway Patrol in. Utah. Pulled over a car. That was leaning in traffic and discovered that the driver was blank Fighting moves discovered that the driver was.

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"samantha" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Pleasure and come back to the north shore anytime. Peter will welcome you anytime now. It's onto our final game lightning on the blank. Each of our players will have sixty seconds in which to answer as many fill in the blank questions as they can each correct answer now worth two points bill. Can you give us the scores? As you're Mo- has four Adam five and Helen Seven lintz. Well Done Helen. Alright Moe you're in third place with four points Europe I. The clock will start when they begin your first question. Fill in the blank. Mow on fire launched human trials for a potential blank vaccine corona virus. Right on Sunday. Intelligence officials in South Korea said that blank did not have surgery during his disappearance from public view. Kim Jong UN right this week. Lawmakers named out Kademi as the new prime minister of blank out Gosh Iraq. Yes very good on Wednesday. The Washington Post reported. The president trump was pushing a five hundred million dollar plan to paint blank to paint a five hundred million dollar plan to paint the town. Red Note to paint his border wall. Black Tesla's stock plummeted after blank. Tweeted quote Tesla's stock prices. Too High. I M O e Elon. Musk ask on Thursday the. Us reported three and a half million new blank. Claims bringing the seven-week Total to thirty three million unemployment right this week. A man in South Dakota was arrested for driving under the influence after he blanked after he drove into a liquor store no after he ran himself over. It was eleven.

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"samantha" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

03:12 min | 3 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Next week's been right there. Well Samantha B. It is a pleasure to finally talk to you. I'm sorry it took a national emergency to make it happen but we we had to do now. Sambi you are the host full full-frontal so we have invited you here to play a game this time we're calling fold back. Dole. That's right full back till we're going to ask you three questions about but doubles. Those are the people who stand in for actors when a shot showing the posterior is required and the actors either unwilling or unqualified to do it. Answer two of three questions about but doubles and you'll win our prize for one of our listeners. The Voice of their choice in your voicemail. Let's do this bratty here. We go bill. Who is Samantha playing for Julio Salazar of Nashville Tennessee? Alright disappoint you. Don't WANNA DISAPPOINT L. Here's your first question famously. Dakota Johnson gave way to a double for her. Sm scenes in the movie fifty shades of grey. It wasn't that she was shy was at her mother. Melanie Griffith once told her quote. Never show them your bank account. Or your moneymaker was be the first time and only time actor Jamie. Dornan spanked her. She reflexively leapt up and decked him were see too many but tattoos. I think it was saying Ou. And you're right SAM. It was Dakota. Johnson has to whom many proud but to choose? She says that that may have been a mistake. All Right Sam. Here's your next question. Sandra bullock needed a but double in the film is crisis. Filmmakers came up with a creative solution. What was it a? They used an extreme. Close up of two cantaloupes be. They used one cheek each from two different actors. Making the first composite asks in film history or see producer. George Clooney got on set and did it himself. I think it's the you think it's be. They used one cheek from two different actors making a composite asks. I'm afraid it was George Clooney's but why. Wow he just he just walked on set and drop trowel and it worked bullock said. He was surprisingly non hairy and it did the job. Nice here's a gender neutral but basically he's GonNa have to right now. I don't buy that for one. Second Sir show us what he's got. Here's your last question Sam. How does Liam Niessen explain why he used to double for the movie? A million ways to die in the West was at a body doubles need to feed their families to be my pants. Don't drop if I'm working for scale or see I hate my Irish but I think at a I you exactly right. No you're right SAM. That's were God. Bill meant to be doing. Our Quiz shows her bucks. Two out of three winter. Arena there you go Samantha. B is the host of full-frontal with Samantha. B Air Wednesdays on TBS for.

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"samantha" Discussed on Committed

Committed

11:35 min | 5 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on Committed

"The only way through a new podcast in partnership with iheartradio underarm. Join us as we hear from the world's greatest athletes coaches and trainers. They discuss how they utilize training competition recovery and the latest innovations fitness to improve their performance and pushed to their personal physical and mental challenges. Here is Canadian. Heptathlete Georgia Ellen. Were you can practice every day. Because you're working on things like you might slow down or exaggerate another thing but when you're competing you're going as hard as you can for even that short amount of time it's a lot of intensity and it's a lot of physical powers lot of mental power. I think that's why it's so draining and to shift gears after every event like Oh. I just ran the hurdles. Now I have to think about Hijab. How do I get as high up in the air is? I can't after I just tried to run as fast as I can giving that much intensity in such contrasting events can can be difficult listened to the only way is through available now on the iheartradio APP. Or wherever you get your podcast. It was November of twenty sixteen. When Samantha Hold Laura about her plan. The transition to being a woman finally coming to terms with being transgender and sang out loud for the first time ever feels accession accomplishment. You feel like you've finally got to the top of the mountain right. You're finally there and then you realize that you actually need to move forward. And that's such a daunting task early on. They sat down together and came up with a proposed timeline for the transition. And then we might as well set it on fire and thrown out a window because we didn't really stick to it but it was nice for me being so overwhelmed to just see a black and white list of this is what I'm expecting to do and in which order and approximately when and it helped me kind of wrap my head around it a little bit too and I'm a planner anyway. In general I like to know what's the plan. What's the plan so that helped me know? Where things were headed. It's tough to plan transition out on paper front. It's a very fluid. Process is something that changes on a day to day basis. And I think you do have to live day to day. It's nice to have kind of generally d of when things are going to happen but you had. It happened a lot faster than originally planned. I think she said the fastest transition of anyone I've ever encountered went pretty quick now tomorrow. Just how quick it all was. Samantha's Instagram is actually called suddenly Samantha. She looked so different. Now I've spent hours looking at her before and after pictures the first step of the transition to change from male to female with hormone therapy that men are regiment of estrogen and history blocker so it wasn't more than a month after that first conversation with a therapist that actually had my prescription for the hormones. And I think that was a moment right a daunting moment in our relationship. The reality is for every milestone. I hid in my own transition. That was a moment to where I was taking away. Part of WHO I was from from Laura but as far as the start of hormones for me there was a lot of emotion tied up in taking that first pill and fear of the unknown. And what's going to happen? And like she added to just the loss of the person that I originally fell in love with but it turned out that when she took the first pill it was just a pill and it takes months for any noticeable changes anyway so it was really more just symbolic than anything actually happening on that day. And I've been one hundred percent on board with all of it because I knew that she needed it. In order to live and live freely and be happy and although every step has been heard for me and has been in a lot of ways a loss for me or even to an extent a bit of a grieving process. I'm still on board with it because I would never stand in the way of the person I love more than anything in the world. Having the opportunity to be happy. In addition to the hormones Samantha has had five surgeries in two years to transition from being a man to a woman during those surgeries. I was out of commission four anywhere between a week to almost two months and that put a huge burden Laura to keep the house running and keep the kids going with school and everything else while I was recovering. And I ask do that multiple times and those definitely tested our ability to keep this marriage in a good place along with that to each of those surgeries was a bit of a trauma for me. Just seeing her in so much pain. The loss of whatever thing was being surgically changed into something new? The fear of the unknown Samantha. Laura's kids are all on the autism spectrum. One way they help communicate new in different things that are happening in their lives. Are these things called social stories social stories breakdown? A new idea into simple parts often cooperating pictures to help the kids understand something new and so we wrote two different stories. I think it was too too because the baby I mean he was six months old. He'll never remember anything different. And then the other ones were six two so we wrote one story for the six year old. He's very bright very verbal and he's already able to read at that point so his story was just text and in that story. We explained to him that she had always felt like a girl on the inside and she was going to be using a new name and new pronouns and we got his input on the name which was kind of a whole other story but we did get his input on it so he felt like he was helping decide and we specifically said Mama still going. GonNa do all your favorite things with you like chase. You tickle you and build Legos with you about two or three days later we were putting into bed. And he's just distraught. He's in tears. We're asking them what's going on. Why are you upset? And he said Momma hasn't chased me yet and because he thinks very black and white it was in the story and we said she was going to do it and she had done it yet so something must be wrong. And so of course. She tossed him out of bed and chased him around for ten minutes and tickle attacked him and then he felt better about it and not to say that as he gets older he won't have questions and struggle with different aspects of this transition but as much as any six year old can wrap their head around it. He did and within two to three weeks. He was using the right name. The right pronouns one hundred percent he jumps to her defense. If anyone uses the wrong one has a slip up bill immediately. Correct them so he's been really great For the younger to like I said at the time they were foreign to the four year. Old is still non verbal the two year old at this point. He's limited verbal and so that story had to be a little bit different so it incorporated a lot of pictures the same concepts but just terms and a little bit less verbiage now that the kids were onboard. Things seemed to be going smoothly. But sometimes it's small things that can become sticking points one of the things. That was really hard for Laura that she didn't expect was sharing. The title of Mom is my initial reaction with all this was. I'm mom mommy off of mom and mother best me. I'm not sharing. That's my title. I carry these babies. I gave birth to them. I nursed them. That's my title and her. Initial reaction was completely supportive. I could see how much it hurt. Laura to have to consider sharing the title it. She rightfully earned and so we kind of went back and forth for a month or two with some alternatives. Some people in our situations they go by name Mattie which is a combination of mom and daddy some people just use their first name. Some people choose mother from a different language initially settled on an alternative name. But I could tell she wasn't really jazzed about it and so I thank colder out on it. One night said so. What's the deal? What are you really thinking? And she told me that she wanted to be variation on mom in my initial reaction was to be very upset and very hurt. Because I said this was my territory and I'm not sharing then. She started to explain that in a situation like ours. If one person is called mom and the other person's called Samantha or is called some variation or nickname. They would not necessarily be seen as a part of the family unit they would be seen potentially as a stepparent. She's definitely their parents. She's been there from day one and so once. I kind of had that perspective. I said okay. I guess that makes sense. Yeah I mean there are some people that transition and they're they're perfectly fine using the title. Daddy I could use that title. That was a title. I just did not feel comfortable with so I. I really need to be a mom and he is my kids. I don't mean to sound greedy or selfish. But if it wasn't going to be mom or some variation of that I would rather have just been Samantha that the kids it's impersonal. It's it would hurt to have to give up that title but it would have been better than having to keep the old one or try to invent a new word to describe what I was. I still sat on it for probably another month or so before. I finally said okay. I'll keep mommy and you can be Mama and we'll let our oldest decide how he wants us to spell it. So that was his decision making portion of it so he picked 'em Ama but that was that was probably one of the bigger points of contention for me was what the kids were going to call her. As far as I remember using this analogy a lot when we first started you know. Let's let's move forward. Let's always break beard issues down into smaller pieces get through those smaller pieces. Once we solve something once we come to an answer and we're grieve on both sides. Move Out of the way. Move onto the next thing. Just keep knocking things out of China to fall back. Try Not to get stuck in the weeds and with the mom and the title conversation. It's something that really ought to be broken down into very small chunks and really thought about multiple times in some ways. A lot of the hard parts are over. Laura and Samantha. Finally beyond the medical portion of the Transition Samantha has come out to everyone in their lives but in a lot of other ways. They're just starting to rebuild their marriage. There's no more surgeries on schedule. And things have finally been allowed to get back to normal but we spent so long in that mode of surgery. Recovery Surgery Recovery. That I think we lost a little bit of our own cadence and life. And we've been working on that we've been working to make sure to make time for ourselves and again with four kids very busy house with four special needs. Kids even busier. It's harder for us to get away so we've been working really hard to make sure that we do get time to ourselves and we are allowed to talk to each other and have those date nights and Gogi wives somewhere outside of our living room kitchen for a couple of hours every week. Exactly a year after Samantha walked out of the Grand Canyon. Ready to completely change.

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"samantha" Discussed on Committed

Committed

06:42 min | 5 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on Committed

"And a big part of that was trying to come to terms with these feelings and these emotions and Lord you know why I just came to her and said I need time and space and I assumed at that time that she was just struggling with the concept of marriage because she's from a divorced family so I just assumed it was wrapped up in that but in reality it was struggling with who I was because I knew that if I went forward once and for all this would have to be put away. I'd have to be her husband. And not that. That's a negative thing that would be my path in life and I came back to her and said I want you and you want me I want this and then the wedding was back on and I was just so stressed I didn't really question it. I was just like okay. We're back on. Let's go so I I kind of didn't really want to know exactly why that happened. But I didn't feel like it had anything to do with me. I could tell it was something outside of me. Samantha wanted to be with Laura. It was the idea of being a husband that absolutely terrified her. You know I I adore. I love her with all my heart and I wanted her and I wanted her more than I wanted to deal with this issue that I've been facing so when I made that decision to go for the wedding I choosing her over me at least that site of me and I thought I could beat it. I thought I could continue to push it down and not let it consume my thoughts and for a while. I was successful and our entire relationship. The depression was up and down. It would come and go. It would come for a while and stay. It would go for a long time and stay away. I never really knew why so. I just tried to be supportive in any way that I could as she was dealing with it but I never really understood the reasons behind it and it turns out that that depression that Laura saw was me struggling with genesis. Which for those who don't know as that unease that some transgender people feel being in the wrong body. It's like being forced to write with your left hand when you're a right handed or being dropped off in a foreign country and expected to speak another language that incongruency between who. I was in the inside. The outside was destroying me. Those dysphoric episodes kept growing the got longer more consuming Samantha. Basically lost all of twenty sixteen to it almost the entire year. I was just a complete waste of humanity. I was so consumed I was so sad. I could barely get up of afraid I was GONNA lose my job and I was a a very whore spouse and parent because I was just so sad. I couldn't just put this way anymore. Wasn't an option. But I was so afraid and I knew that coming to terms with all this I could lose everything and I was so scared and in that moment I almost made some really bad decisions and I had actually developed a plan where instead of addressing the issues I would in my life We're GONNA take a quick break here. Be Right back guys. It's bobby bones. I host the bobby bones show and I'm pretty much always sleepy because I wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple of hours later I get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show. What's your allies? We tell our stories. We try to find as much good in the world if he possibly can and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country. Artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music too. So wake up with a bunch of my friends on ninety point seven W. M. Z. In Washington DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP Samantha. Couldn't take it anymore. Couldn't take the stress of living ally and living in a body that didn't feel like our own. She planned her death meticulously. They had this group of friends who regularly hiked in the Grand Canyon. I knew that it would provide me the opportunity that I needed to in my life. I had this plan where we look like an accident. I would just go into the Colorado River and not come out. Their friends planned hike. The Canyon Rim to Rim Samantha. Told them she wasn't up for the whole hike. She said she joined them for the hike down and then break away from the group hike down to the river once she was there. She knew she'd have the privacy to enter life. The idea was simple enough but at the last minute there was a small seemingly insignificant. Change in the plans at the last minute. One of our friends brought his wife. Their spouse wasn't in shape enough to do that full hike and they asked. Could they join me on my hike and we talked about a lot of things live and some of the struggles that I faced struggles that they faced. And it's sort of opened my eyes to the the situation you know. It's when they bring in the hostage negotiator to talk someone off the Ledge. They never talked to him about the ledge. They talked to them about their life. And this person doesn't even realize what they did for me. I don't know if they realized that today. I've never told them but what it came to is by the time I finally got to the river. It just didn't feel right. I couldn't go through with. I came out of that canyon a different person than when I went in or maybe it was the person I was always supposed to be and that was basically the beginning of the end. I knew that at that moment that I would have to tell Laura I knew I wanted to live and the reality is I never wanted to die. I wasn't my desire. I didn't want to die. I just didn't want to burden other people.

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"samantha" Discussed on Committed

Committed

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on Committed

"That was twelve years ago soon after the wedding they had their first son followed by three more. During all this time Samantha knew that she wanted to be with Laura. She loved Laura more than anyone in the entire world but she never self. Let's back up a little and talk about that The reality is these feelings of being at unease. My Body Quebec along time and I can remember being very young four or five years old and already at that point in time knowing that something wasn't right at I should have been born as a girl and I can remember going to bed at night as a young child. I can remember just closing my eyes and just wishing wishing that I would wake up as a girl and those feelings followed me through my life growing up in the late nineties. There wasn't a whole lot of information out there about being transgender Samantha. Didn't even learn about what transgender meant until she was thirteen in even then it was a very negative connotation around it which is daytime television and things like that it seemed like transgender individuals were being presented in the media as people were trying to deceive people as people try to lie to people and didn't feel like that was me. I didn't want to lie to anybody. Didn't WANNA deceive anybody. I just wanted to be who I was but Laura had no idea no one did. There were no hints. There were no real signs. There was one moment before the wedding where I actually called.

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"samantha" Discussed on Committed

Committed

03:13 min | 5 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on Committed

"This is Lawrence Samantha's Love Story. It's been a little over two years. Since Laura's husband began to transition an old woman named Samantha Samantha now goes by the Pronoun. She and her in their memories together. Memories that go back. Fifteen years both Laura and Samantha refer to Samantha by those pronouns. Even before her transition Samantha has always been a woman even when he was in the body of a man so like I said they met in marching band practice. Ira meeting yeah okay. Well I guess you should start. It was two thousand. Three at the University of Arizona was the end of the summer and band. Rehearsals just started. This is Samantha and there was a new trumpet player. I didn't know it was referred here marching and she I can still see her. Actually she was sitting over there on her trophy case. You remember the that Blue Sports Bra. Yes idea blues. I A workout shorts and a big floppy hat and we're going over and introducing myself tour. One day they ended up alone. Laura's car together when we got into my car there was music playing and she instantly said. Is that Macarthur Park. And I was very embarrassed. I turn the volume down quickly and I said no it's Jurassic Park by weird al and she's like. Oh I love weird al. I'm so then. She serenaded me with Weird Al songs and it was an instant hit. I try to find ways to hang out with you so after those rehearsals tried to grab for dinner and spend as much time with was possible. My parents came out to visit and she wrote along with me to pick them up. I think that when we hugged good night. That was a little bit. Lingering hug lingering. Glance is like Oh maybe there's something happening here was. They did it for a little over a year before things got really serious about six months before she actually proposed was when we went shopping and I knew that she'd bought the ring that I didn't know where she was hiding it in our apartment. But I didn't go snooping 'cause I didn't WanNa find it then. One day. They went for a hike at Patagonia Lake State Park. Laura didn't WanNa get our hopes up or anything. I thought for sure that it wasn't happening. Because you're just wearing a t shirt and jeans. I'm like there's nowhere should be hiding a ring box. I be able to see it. And so then all of a sudden she pulls out of her pocket a ring wrapped up in cotton and tissues and tape and goals it out and proposes right there on the trail and one of our favorite spots by a really beautiful tree and of course I said yes they were still in college. That's young but they promised their parents that graduate get jobs. Do all the big important things that parents want you to do. Then they planned to tie the knot in Tucson in two thousand six was a beautiful ceremony was I can't remember much about what was being said by other people but I remember looking at you same and being happy.

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"samantha" Discussed on Committed

Committed

03:12 min | 5 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on Committed

"My story and I can't help but feel that I reckon down in a way that we let down because our our marriage to make but you know I I know that's not true You didn't let anybody down the we we try to get our dice when I think the takeaway here is that some relationships will survive transition. I I know many couples out there who aren't happy and have been happy for years longer than than Lauren. I think truth is after some some couples wealth and I think the important takeaway here is that if there's a there's a link and through teen occasion there there are a couple that will make but on the other side. There are a couple that become to inclusion mad. They're no longer compatible. And that's okay. It's okay to comb. It's it's tough You look at the statistics. Right over half of marriages end in the Lord's and the and and change is definitely one of them. Certainly it's rubbish normal change or growing up and growing older and starting to save for retirement having children dealing with medical bills for transitional That it's a whammy and and really start sort. We really did learn. Samantha's love story is no less beautiful because of the way that it's changed and if you have already listened to it. I think he'll really enjoy it. Here's the original episode in its entirety on the surface. Laura and her husband had a familiar love story boy meets girl in college at marching band practice. Actually they bonded over a love of weird. Al Yankovic started dating fell in love eventually got married and had four sons. Laura's husband had been keeping secret that entire time. See Laura's husband was born a man but always felt like something else always felt like a woman lying to Laura living by it took a toll. I almost made some really bad decisions and I had actually developed a plan where instead of addressing the issues I would end my life. I had a plan to basically hike into the Grand Canyon and not hike out that voice. Laura's husband today a totally different person from the one who walked into the Grand Canyon with plans to not walk out because that day changed everything that was the day. Laura's husband made the decision to finally transition to become a woman named Smith. I'm Joe Piazza.

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"samantha" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

Monocle 24: The Big Interview

13:14 min | 9 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

"I think if I learned a lesson I probably learned learn one lesson to well which was to be more skittish around the press so even when I was UN ambassador. I wasn't nearly as accessible as I might have been and I think. In retrospect if you look at one of the issues in our current politics like I don't think we sold American foreign policy and how it mattered for the American people will as well as we might have but the bigger lesson was more personal which was man like life should happen and and you need people and and to be vulnerable and to be taken care of open yourself up. Because you never know what's GonNa hit you Samantha. Power was born in Ireland and emigrated to the United States As a child she started her professional life as a journalist reporting from the Bosnian civil war of the mid nineteen ninety s her reflections on what she perceived does a breakdown of Western policy in the face of genocide informed her first book a problem from Hell it won her appeal at surprise and attracted the attention of many the American politicians among them Illinois. Senator Barack Obama who hired her as a foreign policy adviser and later as president appointed to the United State's ambassador to the United Nations. The story told in Samantha. Powers' terrific new memoir. The education of an idealist is over journey from arguing doing that. Something must be done to trying to actually do it. I'm Andrew Phillip Samantha. Power joins me at MIDORI. House here in London for the big interview the Samantha.

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"samantha" Discussed on The TechSalesShow

The TechSalesShow

15:18 min | 11 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on The TechSalesShow

"It kind of as A. I won't say bad career but maybe a little slimy before you got into it. What's what's been one of your proudest business accomplishments to this this point I think probably getting to where I've gotten to now. I don't really like to say that because I still feel like I haven't accomplished all that I want to but I definitely very proud of. What I I have done and I think that's probably my biggest accomplishment is getting to where I've gotten to in the time that I've achieved yeah well. I think you should be proud Samantha. I think there's a lot of people that are listening that may have been in your same shoes two years ago and that when they I listened into the podcast and I think there's a lot of people listening today that might be in that first month that are doing the same thing you did looking for a resource to learn from and and you can probably teach them a lot something to be proud of for sure Samantha so when he talked about knitting from inside sales to out down being a field account manager. It's a it's a big shift. We talked to inbound or mediums all the time that are looking to make that move like tell us about what made you successful as Abedian. What things did you do that made you successful there. How did you start to prepare for being filled seller as well so I I would say that the the biggest thing I did was I talked to people that were in that role and people that had come from inside sales and gone out of deal sales more recently in wanted to understand. What was the most challenging part about that? What did the day expect and what does it end up being what they like about it what they don't like about it because you know there. There are some situations where maybe inside sales is the role that you wanNA take in you. WanNa stay inside sales. That's okay. There's definitely some companies out there with the you know. The structure is in place for you to go on inside sales into stay there and to not go in if the old and that's fine for me. I I like to be in front of people and talk to people trying to understand what the expectation realistically should be set as in my mind because I had an idea of what I thought it should be that I wanted to talk to all the the people that I knew that had been recently inside sales had gone to the field and what that looks like for them and I I I did that. I talked to management. I talked to my manager who thought that would be and got feedback doc on where they thought my strengths weaknesses were what I could be doing that wasn't doing. I really tried to get a holistic view of all all the things that I should be doing what I'm doing good what could be doing better. Maybe where I shouldn't be expecting certain things from so I. I don't know I really tried to. I'm a big resource person and and I feel like if if you've got resources out there impeachable that you can talk to that can give it back and they're willing to give that to you. Let them talk to you and ask questions. 'cause that's going to be your biggest asset in my opinion so that's really where I focus. It's nighttime when when I was trying to get prepared to move into this role it's almost it's almost uncanny how many times the people that are on the show say something very similar to that and they are either top achievers or soon to be top achievers you probably went through that s three training with a group of people as soon as that correct perfect and are assumed that all of those people are in a field sales role. You know not not everybody but there's a couple that have been promoted did I was the first one to be promoted but there's been a couple of that have gone to the field since then There's definitely some among the group that I came from in sales that are definitely hoping in looking to get into that next all right now so I assume you stay in touch that my question is what what do you think those few people that are out in the field now that they did differently or are doing differently to get to the field sooner than than maybe the rest of the class. I think it goes back to being open to moving right like our for most companies nap specifically. We have our inside sales. Organization is in Raleigh. A lot of other companies have in Raleigh or Austin or in California. Some are in Boston Massachusetts so I think that being able to will be open to moving or willing to move and just raising your Hanan Zang. Put me on like this. If you've got this availability here I would love to go with the flag for our company and be in front of our customers and telling them how great our solutions are that is really. I think the biggest thing that you could do whereas if you don't WanNa move that's okay but it definitely does make it harder to go into the field. If you WANNA stay where your inside sales organization is trying to go into the field there because everyone's trying to go to that place right so that I think that was the thing I was willing to move and how's how's the movement it's been good. I really like living in Philadelphia. It's it's really nice. I mean I think the transition just to be honest for those out there that are looking to do this at. I don't think that I'd be doing just as if I wasn't completely candid. It's definitely difficult difficult. I lived in North Carolina for thirty years had all my friends and family right where I moved from and I moved to a place where I don't know anybody but the My job is something that I really enjoy and I think that's something that's really played a key part in this. I'm really like what I do and so so. I think that that part will come with time. You know making friends in feeling comfortable in a new place but it's a really good experience if art overly enjoying it. I think I made a move to and I changed roles. When I made a move I found that while it was challenging to you know it's always challenging challenging Beckham move of course found that having kind of that change in my normal everyday approach give me a little bit more time to focus on my job for a period of time. Did did you find that to be true for yourself as well 'cause. It's a big transition right. Moving from inside sales to fill cells is a big transition so how's that transition been and is that move helped it. Yeah that's funny that you say that I am definitely a workaholic at heart my previous role before I came into DHEC sales so much the point where now all I do have my manager sometime. Say like Tant Sam. Take a break in Go do something else. It's it's okay. You're doing a great job but I I. I definitely have time to focus August on my job. You know this is something I moved here for this job and for me. It's something that gives me a lot of pride and joy and and I really appreciate the opportunity that I've been given so. I like working and I may be different in that way a slight we're calling. I enjoy working. I don't really have a lot of distractions right now so I feeling it. This is my time to really put all that focus there. There's GonNa be a time my life. I do have distractions yeah right now. My focus is work and it's I think working out for me. Okay yeah sounds like it is so you you kind of had you. You spend a lot of time kind of investigating what their role would be like you. You spoke to folks that were already in the role. You probably built up a picture of what the role looks like. is it been everything expected. What what did you find to be easy. What you find to be challenging. I think easy is is the selling motion or the the processes on the tools is this are the same between inside and outside challenging aging out would say managing my time of having to leave island and you know being on the the amount of time that I'm on the road to go Zia customer so for me. If I have to go see a customer that's two hours away. That's essentially five hours out of my day. I'm not able to be responsive in email l. Two hours out to see a customer in our minimum to see customer two hours back so that's five hours and then I have to get back home to make sure I'm responsive in doing the other things for customers than maybe I wasn't seeing that day so I think the time management of it all and really trying to know a hey. We're looking at what by next week looks like so if I know that next week I'm GONNA be on the road every single day and I'm going to have multiple meetings in different places and they're not going to be responsive to email or as responsive as I would like to be. I needed to make sure that the really the top of mind things or or things that customers are waiting on for me. I I get them out to them either early. where's the expectation of hey we we? You said you needed this. I'm going to do my best to get to you. At this time. I may be a getting now. Just the night so that you're not putting pressure on yourself to pull over on the side of the road. I mean it happens where you have to pull over and get a quote John or do something really quickly for a customer but you want to prevent that as much as possible right so I think that's where the time management of it all is something that I'm still full time good or better at because I I definitely like to set realistic expectations customers on follow-through appropriately so I had a question come to mind that we haven't asked before so this might take you back a little bit but I normally would ask interviewees that we're interviewing viewing for cells roles for me kind of where they pictured themselves at the end of their career you being fairly new in your career and new to still tech sales but knowing that you you have big aspirations. Where where do you WanNa be fifteen twenty years from now. I think about that a lot. I when when I first started it definitely looked different than it does now. So when I first started in Zales I will never forget I sat down with WHO is is my current boss now. He was our inside sales director at the time and I told him I want to. I want to become an account manager in inside sales organization that I would would like to him to the field and then eventually I would like to move to either an enterprise role or at some point moved to a management role and become a leader for our company. I know as a person I really like giving back and I liked teaching. I like coaching and and for me it has been really feeling to go back and work with the as three academy that I came from and working with the new hires that we we have coming to that program and giving them some sort of realistic view and feedback on someone. That's in their position. That's gone through all the cycles and to give them someone to go to talk to and so I don't know that that's twenty years down the road but I will say that at some point in my career I would like to have the opportunity to still be in sales but also be able to get back on a consistent basis to that new hire program that we have and some sort of leader or trainer in that way where I can help give art the sales organization that that is encompassing our new hires feedback and just someone that they can go to ask discussions too nice. Obviously it's rewarding. Bryan and I do it on a weekly basis to pay things forward and still like to give back to those people that are learning how to be better sellers. What do you do whether it be on a regular basis or more random to keep up with everything obviously obviously were connected on link dancy a lot of posts. But how do you manage all the influx of competitive information current information. I mean that APPs gotta releasing new stuff almost daily and then really customers needs and the man not just your customers but in general theory look. How are they going to manage the data center. The future sure how to Samantha new detect sales. Keep up with everything. You need to keep up with to stay tuned to tack in Tech Sales so I I I. I ask a Lotta questions. It's it's a good thing but it's a false actually asked a ton of questions whether that adds to different engineers that we have within our company or your partners that I work with or customers than I have really good relationships relationships with. I ask questions all the time and it's hey. Are you looking at this or as it's been something that has trickled down in conversation within any of the you know the people that you work with or hey. Did you see this. Does this resonate or How are you guys looking at using using this technology. I think a lot of it comes from questions and a lot of it just comes from really enjoying when I do wanting to know more if you don't really like which you're doing you're not going to give a lot of attention or put a lot of time and effort into it and I really like what I do and I wanNa make sure that I am giving my customers the best advice I can give them an and I hope that at the end of the day the solution giving them mm-hmm is GonNa fall on my favor but I do want to make sure that I'm making their life easier so it is only benefiting me to make sure that I understand what's going on in the industry the best no I'm definitely not but I I try to you know Google search or ask questions or just you know the other day I it was re watching a documentary on on I think it was on Netflix just about the different innovative technology. That's coming out on. I forget the name of it but it was talking about some of the. Ai The BMW has taken in another application that a train company Eric an application that confusing for trains in the UK to track different areas of the train aren't functioning properly to notice stoppage rain fix.

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"samantha" Discussed on Ologies

"Are providing life saving information to the people who need it. They're sending out warnings there. <hes> <hes> disseminating information about evacuations are telling people where they can go to get help. Samantha says that the news media is also amplifying organizations collecting donations ends and they're shining a light on how the response is going and if governmental organizations are doing with the can however so the media loves to cover a disaster astor during the response and then they go away and so local news outlets will obviously keep covering the recovery but our local local news media has taken a hit and so <hes> we really need those national news outlets to be covering those recoveries into the long term and it's it's difficult for them to do and it's difficult to capture people's interest in attention but it is so important because as a recovery goes on for years and years in years that community needs money. They need that political pressure to again. Hold government accountable for you know giving the money that they've said that they're we're going to give and to do the projects that they've said they're going to do and when you're teaching. What are your courses focused on. How where. Where do you even begin to look at this. I'm so for our undergrads <hes> they start out with like an intro to disaster class. <hes> where are we just kind of. Give an overview of everything and then they take one class for each of the four phases recovery response preparedness and mitigation may take like a social vulnerability class take planning class. They take international emergency management so all different.

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"samantha" Discussed on Ologies

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"samantha" Discussed on Ologies

"Are providing life saving information to the people who need it. They're sending out warnings there. <hes> <hes> disseminating information about evacuations are telling people where they can go to get help. Samantha says that the news media is also amplifying organizations collecting donations ends and they're shining a light on how the response is going and if governmental organizations are doing with the can however so the media loves to cover a disaster astor during the response and then they go away and so local news outlets will obviously keep covering the recovery but our local local news media has taken a hit and so <hes> we really need those national news outlets to be covering those recoveries into the long term and it's it's difficult for them to do and it's difficult to capture people's interest in attention but it is so important because as a recovery goes on for years and years in years that community needs money. They need that political pressure to again. Hold government accountable for you know giving the money that they've said that they're we're going to give and to do the projects that they've said they're going to do and when you're teaching. What are your courses focused on. How where. Where do you even begin to look at this. I'm so for our undergrads <hes> they start out with like an intro to disaster class. <hes> where are we just kind of. Give an overview of everything and then they take one class for each of the four phases recovery response preparedness and mitigation may take like a social vulnerability class take planning class. They take international emergency management so all different.

Samantha