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Fresh update on "sanderson" discussed on Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey

01:04 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sanderson" discussed on Dave Ramsey

"People right? Because I mean, this is Ah, I don't know how many people you can fit into State Farm Stadium. But I'm guessing it's like close the 70,000. Yeah, or more. So I mean, you could put like 100 seats and my seats on the club level. I've got good seats like I'm right below bid. Wills box is where my seats are, but I'm not going to sit up that high if there's 750 people How maybe you want to get field level, You know you're going down to the front row. I don't know about front row, but I would I would definitely be down closer to field level, wouldn't you? I mean, if you can 750 people they're not like giving. Are they giving them tickets? I don't know. I wonder how that works. I wonder how I get one. I could be a friend or family member to become either friend or family of a player. More likely you would be friend. At this point. It looks like not promising that you will be family. I would. I think I've got a better chance of being friends with like a coach or with now the owner. Yeah, he came on the show. I don't know why you wouldn't qualify. He pretends like he knows me and likes me on the show. Yeah. Like a lot of people, right? Yeah. So I'm just anxious for football again. The reason why we're doing this because of the covert protocol as well. He thinks that the I asked him about the the NFL and how they've handled it, not just the Cardinals. But he said Overall, the NFL's done a great job They've done over 300,000 tests within the league, and I think, he said last week was one of the weeks where they had no Covad cases at all among players. That is, that's huge. That's pretty remarkable, considering that the players are not Confined to a bubble like in the MBA, like those players literally couldn't get Cove ID unless somebody brought it into the bubble, But the NFL their players, they go home at night, their still living the same life. You and I are. We know that no n ba player, whatever sneak someone into the bubble that didn't belong there. Cough cough. But it's It's pretty remarkable. So football is back Pack 12 will be playing. It's been a good season for me so far. I got a big rivalry game for my boys this weekend. My boys play Florida State University this weekend. Oh, you're Miami Hurricanes are playing F s u this weekend. Wow, I've got I've got a very significant bet with a friend. And wait. How significant I know we're up against a break. How significant significant. What is that? How many digits it's? No, it's not money. Oh, I've got a bet. Where you know when you have to pay this bet it cost you. Oh, yes, that's intriguing. That's a good tease. Yeah, so I'm feeling good about my boys, but it's a rivalry game and anything can happen. Ask anybody that's ever watched the wide right games. We've played Florida State University, so I'm anxious. I love football season. It's fun to talk about the Koven 19 numbers. What's happening? There's a school story that you haven't heard that I thought was a very significant step for a parent. This parent very upset about privilege, not a white parents either. Talk about it In just a moment, You know, Sanderson floor has been keeping its promise to its customers for over 65 years. No nonsense. Best deals possible, straightforward financing and making sure they tell you the truth and treat you with respect and right now, understanding in tough economic times. You still need a vehicle. So how about this?.

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Using Mint Around Tomatoes to Keep Critters Away.

Your Gardening Questions

03:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Using Mint Around Tomatoes to Keep Critters Away.

"Tim Sanderson email this morning and tim has a tip and a couple of questions for you too. But the tip is he says that Like how he puts this to? Mr and Mrs Squirrel. Love. To take one bite out of his tomatoes and strawberries. Show this year he he planted cement. Around the strawberries tomatoes and for the most part they leave him alone. Have you ever heard of that Well now. I'm. GonNa have to divide my mini plant, take it up out of the window well, where I keep it control and put it near the tomatoes because boy do I need that advice I've never heard that before but if he says, it works, it works suits me. Mark. For suburban. I have worked critters than you can believe now in in in his case and mine I, am aware of the squirrels taking one bite and I don't know why they have to do that. But my nemesis is deer. I. I have a short story on that mark. It comes to the point of a friend of mine had some deer repellent in a sprayer. He said, well, if you're having trouble, let me follow you home. I'll spray your stuff for you which he did. That was the night. Since the deer came back in and eight again at being again they had come in two nights before and if the top side of the tomatoes when he sprayed them, they dutifully came in and took them down to about Puckett. Heights. And then the following night. The rascals came in and ate them down to about eighteen inches and even eight the tomatoes from around the bottom boy now. There's certain things I can't do legally. AGREEM- So the repellent didn't work. Well I'm GonNa say no either we didn't get it on at the right density thickness or you know had the dilution I should say I I don't. Although I know that I have some ornery dear moving through. So Tim. Just defy. Just to be ornery. Tim also had another tippy says a lot of times when his tomatoes just start to ripen, he'll pick them and then let them ripen off the vine and that way you know the squirrels can't and and other critters can't get to them well, and I I'm I'm big on that I've never it for that reason. But I always go out well with the first frost or certainly freeze warning in the fall I go on and pick all the tomatoes anything bigger than an acorn on up to two cutting size as it is green as it is wrapped them in newspapers stack, I'm in a open. The box and let them then. Ripened overdue time. I've had tomatoes out of my garden as latest. Thanksgiving. So yeah I'm favor that and thanks to him. That's a good recommendation I've never done it to. Stop the squirrels. I always just use language on them. Wow. Yeah. Yeah.

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"sanderson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:28 min | 3 months ago

"sanderson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Same strong committed team at what you Sanderson work stop by what he center for today stronger together and committed to you what do you say under Ford I seventy five in Mitchell Avenue I believe the great American all right now have police under assault everywhere we can find them a couple days ago Lori Lightfoot the mayor of Chicago is going after police as being ineffective lazy and also oppressor oppressive in the black community she said there's systematic racism in the Chicago police department which have been now controlled by the Democratic Party for about one hundred years and Eric Garcetti the mayor of LA wants to take about two hundred fifty million dollars out of the LAPD budget giver to social causes the bars you know New York wants to take a billion dollars away from the forty two thousand NYPD so join us now Jennifer Burr Sarah she's the director of independent women's law center about the impact negatively this would have in the black community and Jennifer Burr serwis welcome I think for the first time to the bill Cunningham show Jennifer how are you I'm well how are you I'm great now I'm let's talk assuming I had drawn about I don't know three weeks ago before what happened in Minneapolis has metastasized what was the status of the black community's relationship with police officers before Minneapolis happened now to give us an overview well I would say it was conflicted I would say on the one hand the community was concerned about over enforcement in terms of stop and frisk they were concerned about police brutality which does exist and but at the same time they understood that police are necessary and that police keep their communities safe because black Americans unfortunately are victims of violent crime in much larger proportions than any other segment of society and so the police are necessary in order to protect them the Washington post's Harvard a bunch of other studies have indicated that a white person is much more likely to be killed by police in a black person about twice as likely numerically and there's much more violence against white criminals well not a great ball go which is deserve because guns are pointed to cops all the time as opposed to black but CNN will never run a series of stories of white in America today and all the shootings of white people the great majority of deserved it by cops got that that doesn't fit the narrative and you have it you have a posting on one your columns is said by eliminating cops are slashing police budgets it will not help poor black communities in fact it will hurt it would hurt them specifically and so when black folks go out to vote in urban America for the last fifty to one hundred years over ninety percent of the time to vote for Democrats to keep the police the way they are if large numbers of Chicago residents are really unhappy with police every two to four years they can vote out their employers and the fact that black folks in cities do not vote out the employers of the police chief and the police captains and the men and women in blue does not seem to indicate that in general black voters in urban areas happy with the police well look I think it's complicated and I think that both parties are at fault here because the Democratic Party is beholden to union money and you know the police unions give them a lot of money and so the democratic politicians don't want to do anything that would actually solve the problem which is taking the power of the unions away in disciplinary matters and allowing police chiefs to discipline and terminate constant use excessive force and and there are some that's the democratic side on the Republican side you know a lot of people law enforcement officers vote Republican even though their unions give money to the Democrats so that the picks up the fourth problem is a problem that neither side of the political aisle really has to the will to tackle unfortunately and that is which should be tackled in fact the best way to make minority communities safer is to increase the number of police on the beat in those communities to deter crime but to reform the disciplinary system that allows bad cops remain on the force and so that is like Camden New Jersey is an example of that in which there was a complete change and so in Minneapolis talk about officer Derek challenges now facing second degree murder charges along with his three compatriots as I understand it he had a long history of some violent behavior in Minneapolis but the union protected M. as a consequence there was no discipline explained about his situation act well my understanding is there were seventeen separate complaints lodged against this officer and do you need the job is to protect the workers all workers whether they're in the wrong or whether they have been unjustly accused faster roll and this is highly problematic because they are able to negotiate their discipline and essentially they they bargained for protections that other workers don't have and it's another worker and non unionized environment or to use excessive force or have seventeen customer complaints lodged against them that person would be fired but the unions don't allow that now you know you can say that unions have an appropriate role to play in terms of collectively bargaining for wages and working conditions and stuff like that but there's absolutely no reason for them to be involved in the disciplinary process when it comes particularly to accept the floors and civil rights violations so your point is public education in urban areas have been lousy for decades but the unions that control the teachers always support the N. power government which is Democrats so they provide but leather on the ground they supply voters and also money do the Democrats to keep the democratic power structure in place in cities just like in the police and fire divisions there's lots of votes there they have spouses they have boyfriends girlfriends moms dads brothers sisters and so if you're on a fire union a police union or teachers union all those unions uniformly give support to Democrats in urban areas and so to get rid of a bad firefighter abandon him as a bad teacher or a bad cop is something the union is not a business of doing because they're in the business of protecting their members to protect members I would say police unions are a little bit different than the others because I think that their membership tends to be a little bit more politically diverse there are a lot of law enforcement officers who vote Republican or who are you know more libertarian or conservative but what it really is the dark money that's controlled by the union bosses that is funneled almost exclusively into democratic campaigns talk about what happened in Florida with the collective bargaining rights of the various Florida sheriff's officers and explain what happened when the union took over a lot of the Florida law enforcement there have been studies done that show that when a a law enforcement division a sheriff's department or police department unionize is that complaints and incidents of police brutality rods and the reason they they rise is because it's basically the same officers that are repeat offenders and so when you can't punish them or get rid of them the incidence increase so in in in particular the case you're talking about in Florida because of the extensive collective bargaining rights to the sheriff's offices there led to an estimated forty percent increase in violent incidents sheriff officers alike between us again so but before the union got involved with the sheriff's office says things are somewhat flaccid placid once the union collective bargaining rights came in the very sheriff's officials in the deputy sheriff thought okay I got protection now and the union the unionization of Florida deputies because a forty percent increase in violent incidents from my research center there like this unites correct what is not covered by the media well hopefully it will start today hopefully it will start to finish thank you make the point that the study by Benjamin Sachs at Harvard a study using data from America's one hundred largest cities found that police protections created via union contractor significantly and positively correlated with the killing of on our members of the black community yeah I'm not sure that professor Sachs authored that study he did write about it in an article recently and professor Sachs you know is a very.

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"sanderson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:40 min | 3 months ago

"sanderson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"All the reasons to do that how strong Sanderson is in supporting the community the ten year of all their sales experts and professionals but I want to take a couple minutes right now and talk about the man behind the curtain I wanna I wanna talk about Mr Dave carefully the C. E. O. of Sanderson Ford do you know he was a twenty nineteen recipient of the Colangelo servant leadership award now this is an award this is awarded in the Phoenix to Phoenix area leaders who exemplify the ideals which Jerry Colangelo is best known for like servant leadership ethics in entrepreneurial talent a car dealer being issued the Jerry Colangelo servant leadership award that's astounding it's not it's not a done it shouldn't surprise you if you knew Dave to find out he was admitted into the Ford Motor Company hall of fame yeah I mean look at a guy is I mean they've got sixty five acres of Ford vehicles over four hundred employees in you know what you know how many of those employees are sitting at home laid off because of covert not one that's just kind of guy Dave Kimberly is he's the CEO of America's most awarded Ford dealership in all the land that's why you go to Sanderson Ford for your new or used vehicle but never on a Sunday that's also the kind of guy he is that's right exactly not open on Sunday so we're talking and are on the house topic this week is about to critters and keeping stuff away if you'd like to join the conversation one triple eight seven six seven four three four eight one triple eight Rosie for you just hit number one in the auto attendant comes on that a by pass you right past the message and get you straight into the studio our general take your call get basic information and then you check in queue to join in the conversation we have one more week until follows it next Sunday our next weekend I thought it is yeah that Sunday I think it is father's day so if you are looking for ideas we have a number of home and our E. store these are all tools that we have tested and tried out here we've got some really great stud finder from Franklin sensors it's those old ones you move back and forth in a beating of beeping and beeping and beeping these Franklin sensors actually have a number of LED lights across the top so when you come across a study actually show you the edges as well as the center center your anchor point we've got torn proof gloves the talon shovel is been one of our bigger sellers we have which is funny because it's a pain in the neck to ship we had to ship Ford of the California last night and asked us that are you a contractor you just getting all the kids to put in all the kids to work the summers I know I'm I'm a contractor we bought a couple these a few years ago still use and and you know that big big crews fight over it because you're so much better if better diggers and a typical shovels enzymes bind everybody want invented right here in Chino valley Arizona that's awesome trying to cut through the caliche so how bout the rest of our toolbox they're all Rosie on the house logo didn't the hammer the hand saw the channel locks the level the tool box any of those that you might wanna get your dad I love that little pocket knife that's logo Rosie on the house get on the E. commerce store or your dad's gift today's the last day to order if you want to get it by father's day then the mail has become a little slower it seems to me all right then or less predictable and and that's not just by the US postal service that it seems to me that's with everybody but it's just a part of the logistical supply chain of getting everything restock the way it is we stocked up so if you're looking for a gift for dad get to Rosie on the house dot com take a look at the E. commerce store and place your order today we're talking about eliminating creepy crawlies are in about around your house I I do have one absolutely foolproof method that it works every time but some people take offense to it if you've got scorpions in your house find yourself a couple Guinea hens and let them roam the yard guineas love scorpions and they will clear your acre out in no time there was two and a good guard dogs the other thing that upset some people is when the scorpions are eliminated give these make a great gumbo and that really upset January last week when I shared that with her well moving on but it is full proof it works every time they are very loud they love to interrupt your mid afternoon nap neighbors I hate you know it a lot of times if if if you don't don't get a male just get a female hand and if you get two or three and they've got company that they'll they'll keep a lot quieter okay very good great great tips from the Romero farm in male companionship that's how it works so the story is Jennifer I have lived in our home for thirty plus years never saw scorpion for twenty five years that we were exposed to a rash of them are you know our whole home was built in the sixties it's sixty years old it's in a neighborhood that just prime for houses being torn down or significantly remodeled and when you start tearing houses up and going through that kind of construction in about around your your property it's bound to change things and boy it sure changed things when the neighbor behind us across the the wash started doing a large construction projects that's when we started seeing scorpions that was a property that kinda sat fallow for years and they moved and start cleaning it up and remodeling the house in boys everything came right straight to us so I did not take a scientific approach and try one thing and see if it worked and try another thing and see if it works I did all four at one time and it works so here they are first thing we did with kids growing up around the house we were always predisposed not to have a pest control company spraying our house well that was naive on our part we call blue sky pest control and we started a monthly service at the same time I bought bags of food grade diatomaceous earth which we use in our horse corrals regularly and I started and I bought a black light flashlight that I could walk out around the property and I would find the scorpions at night as to where they were hanging out they stand out like a neon sign when you have a black light flashlight you can see them from all the way across the yard well once I find out okay well I found scorpions consistently you know what two or three times a month right here in this area of the yard well that area of the yard then starts getting sprinkled with food grade de once or twice a week and the D. will kill the scorpions the other.

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Clucking Over the Cost of Chicken? Top Poultry Producers Charged with Price Fixing

Business Wars Daily

03:28 min | 3 months ago

Clucking Over the Cost of Chicken? Top Poultry Producers Charged with Price Fixing

"Early this month the US Justice Department indicted four of the top poultry industry executives on price-fixing Charges Pilgrim's pride. CEO Jason, pen and Claxton Poultry Farms President Michel. Freeze were charged with conspiring to fix prices on chickens sold to restaurants and grocery stores from twenty twelve to two thousand, seventeen to other executives, one from each company were also indicted. Indicted the charges come as part of an ongoing anti-trust investigation into the highly consolidated poultry business, The Wall Street Journal reported now. If this sounds familiar, he should poultry buyers, farmers and industry critics have been clucking about possible price-fixing in the chicken business for years in two thousand sixteen New York Food Distributor Maple Vail Farms. Let Class Action lawsuit claiming that Pilgrim's pride. Perdue Tyson foods and other major producers destroyed entire flocks breeder hens in an effort. Effort to artificially reduce the supply of chickens as a result of the alleged scheme, the plaintiffs argued chicken prices jumped fifty percent a time when corn and soybean prices, the basic necessities of chicken production fell Maple Vail argued that the company's manipulated prices for a full eight years between two thousand and eight twenty sixteen, since then government investigators have been looking to see whether the poultry giants have been feathering their nests, and if so, how the charges against. Against the pilgrim's pride in Claxton executives alleged that they colluded to keep prices high for fast food chains in purchasing cooperatives, the Wall Street Journal reports that the indictments are filled with accounts of text messages and quote cozy discussions about pricing between supposedly rival executives. The indictments brought against these chicken leaders are federal criminal charges. If convicted pen than the others could spend up to ten years in prison and pay million dollar fines three of the four. Four men pleaded not guilty. CLAXTON's freeze requested continuance. The problem is closely tied to the industry's consolidation over the last several years, large processors of gobbled up smaller ones like Hungary hens begging for food now that she can businesses dominated by a handful of companies which have considerable clout, according to Ferns, insider, a nonprofit investigative publication, only ten companies, raising sell eighty percent of the country's nine billion chickens. Half of those chickens come from Tyson the nation's largest. Largest processor and pilgrim's pride, which is number, two claxton industries is a multimillion dollar Atlanta processor that counts chick-fil-a among its customers. In recent years, several large poultry buyers, including Walmart Conagra enciso have sued all the major poultry processors for anticompetitive practices Tyson Pilgrim's pride perdue farms in Sanderson Farms have denied the allegations according to the New York Times prosecutors however alleged that collusion is the reason why poultry prices rose steadily over the last several years they. They say consumers bear much of the pain, but farmers to of had a beef with poultry producers in two thousand seventeen several farmers filed a class action lawsuit against Tyson. Pilgrim's pride, purdue and other poultry giants, accusing them of sharing data in order to suppress farmers wages, according to NPR the National Farmers Union says price-fixing inflates the cost of poultry and beef while reducing the incomes of farmers and ranchers, according to the Wall Street Journal

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"sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Regimental Taylor who writes the Comic Book Comic Strip Schlock Mercenary? It's a popular online web comic I spoke there. Aren't any other type of web comic but We introduced the topic a writing topic Say let's writing sympathetic characters and then for fifteen minutes. I fire questions at the other. Two and address them myself and we keep it snappy fast paced writing oriented I started doing it because while I like a lot of podcasts. I listened to a lot of them. Have a tendency to ramble. And you'll sit there and they'll say we're GONNA talk about this today and then an hour and a half later. They finally start talking about the topic. After you've heard about you know what they thought about the sports world or the politics world or what? Jim had for pizza last night. Or you know things like that. You finally get the topic. I wanted one. That was quick snappy and to the point And so our tagline is actually fifteen minutes long. Because you're in a hurry and we're not that smart so and we really do keep it to that and it is on topic so if you're interested in writing to listen and hiked available in. I tunes I would assume it's available. I ten or through listening on an in browser. Just clicking on your browser and pushing play at writing excuses. I'm that we do have CD's that you can just pick up. For the of the whole archives. Well I really WANNA thank you for talking to me. It's been fun. I'm glad we finally connected. Thank you for your interest and your patience with me. Thanks for being a subscriber and listening to sci-fi talk premium. This is Tony Tomato. Take Care Brandon. Sanderson your theft selling author of were breaker and Working on the wheel of time novel. You're listening to science..

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"sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"sanderson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Of two sisters trying to sort out their destinies and mysterious characters additionally. He has the daunting task of finishing the wheel of time series. Robert Jordan made so famous. Here's Brandon Sanderson. This sounds like an interesting You know potential series here. I just I like the fact that it's a story of two sisters and I think that's a good way to begin. How did the story originate for you? it was actually because I was reading around in a lot of mythology looking at some of the classical concept of Sparta. A lot of fantasy writers over the years one of the things. I like to do is I like to. I like to write a little bit of postmodern fantasy so to speak I like to to look at what's been done before and see if I can play with it but if I can make my own if I can add something Jonah. My Miss Born series for instance was about what if the dark Lord that was always you know what the young hero went and failed in the dark one That that sort of thing And with this I was looking at some of the classic Fairy Tales of the of the role reversal The Prince and the Pauper type of ideas the the two sisters the that that get thrown into situations contrary to what their skillset would originally prepared them to to deal with. And I want to see if I could approach this in a realistic way and And create an epic fantasy that had its roots back at some of these ancient story Now in creating the personalities of the sisters where did you? Where'd you use for inspiration? I use my own family. Be perfectly honest I I do that. A Lot I I often made a study of How someone's birth order does tend to influence the way they act and I'm the oldest in my family and my wife is the oldest and her family of Of Four or five kids. Each of us. I've noticed that a lot of times if I child lack of certain way and a lifestyle rock act a certain way and I wanted to play with that concept and so I was trying to build whenever you building a character. At least for me you start with a with an archetype and then you try to make it real Archetypes exist because they they describe real things But archetypes also shade. I started with the archetype of the of the the eldest child who does what she's supposed to always been you know train for this great purpose and a lot of expectations on her and then on the youngest child who's a little bit Little bit him typical. You know she hasn't had to. It's not been. It's important that she pay attention for lessons She's been like my little sister allowed to get away with a lot of the older siblings. Weren't allowed to get away with and things like this. And and these mixed with their natural personalities taken and extrapolated to make them real people It it it was. The foundation of the story is these these. Two people put in roles opposite of what they they they plan for. The plot of the story is one of the sisters being prepared all her life To Go and be part of this arranged political marriage specifically with the kingdom's enemies they're the the most powerful Kingdom the smaller kings and opinion are are heretics are blasphemers worship. These these gods were not really God's in their opinion the older sister Viviana has been betrothed before birth to marry the God King Of of this this other empire the younger sister Siri Has Been A isn't even a backup..

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"sanderson" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

Nobody Told Me!

02:52 min | 4 months ago

"sanderson" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

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"sanderson" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

Nobody Told Me!

04:45 min | 4 months ago

"sanderson" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

"So. I actually think that such an interesting a example on because what we're seeing firsthand right now is the power of changing social norms. Right things like would you. Air passed to the grocery store. Of course not now. People of course are doing that and so what's interesting. Is that in this case? I think early on there was real doubt about what the right action would be so in all honesty My College I I teach at Amherst College. My College made a decision on Monday. March nights to close to send students home to have them empty out their dorm rooms and to go to online teaching and honestly at the time we were one of the first schools to do so and I thought it was an overreaction and a lot of other people kind of were like bats an overreaction. Some of my students at my school wrote an article in The Washington Post out. This was sort of an overreaction and yet a week or two later what we see is virtually all colleges across the United States and and in fact. The world's have done so and so. I actually think what we what is illustrated by what's happened over. The last few weeks in the United States in the world is really hopeful because it isn't backed an example of the power of social norms changing Berry Berry quickly. And that really. I think gives us hope that other kinds of social norms like the the norm of hope elite standing up and speaking out in the base of bad behavior can also show that kind of change and this is where I actually think. Social media has been a good thing because when this first started. I remember thinking to myself. Oh my gosh. San Francisco had these shelter in place. Orders like nobody's going to really follow this and then I have all these friends on social media living in the city and they've posted things about you know shaming those are going out and I guess that kind of influenced my behavior. Well I actually did. I write a blog for psychology today. And if People Wanna read it if you Google on Catherine Sanderson Psychology. Today I wrote a blog Two or three weeks ago now. That was about social norms in the changing social norms in the time of the pandemic. And what's interesting is that research shows that if you have about twenty five percent of people in a given community and those people start changing their and not just changing their behavior but loudly talking about changing their behavior. Look what I'm doing I'm social distancing. I'm not leaving my house..

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"sanderson" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

Nobody Told Me!

04:14 min | 4 months ago

"sanderson" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

"Welcomed nobody told me. I'm Laura Owens and I'm Jan black it is such a pleasure to welcome amherst psychology professor. Dr Catherine Sanderson back to the show. She was with us a while back talking about her fabulous book the positive shift mastering mindset to improve happiness health and longevity and Professor Sanders has written a new book about another fascinating topic. It's called why we act turning bystanders into moral rebels professor. Thank you so much for joining us again. Thank you so much for the invitation. I enjoyed our conversation last year. And I'm looking forward to this one as well. We'll we are too. We wondered why you decided to do an in depth exploration of why good people so often do nothing in situations where maybe even a small intervention could make a big difference. So what's interesting of course is that you referenced. The prior conversation we had in my first book on the positive shift so that will came out about a year ago and I had finished writing it and something happened to my oldest son. He was a freshman in college and about two weeks into his freshman year. He called me and said a student guide in my dorm yesterday. And as a mom I I just couldn't stop about the situation. Which is all too familiar for many of us. Which was a student was drinking. He hit his head one evening and a lot of people were concerned about him. His friends his roommates watched over him. You know try to keep him save by making sure he didn't roll onto his back and choking his own vomit but what they didn't do for nineteen hours was actually call nine one one and so I just really out as a mom as a psychology professor. I wanted to understand what led these. You know healthy nice. Good kids to fail to take action and that really led me to shift pretty dramatically from what I had been writing about happiness and how to start examining this issue of why people failed to step up..

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"sanderson" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

How Do We Fix It?

10:01 min | 5 months ago

"sanderson" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

"Even somebody who's a medic are trained in CPR. First Aid Day in back. Do HAVE THE SKILLS. And that means they can't simply socially loaf and say while all of us could step up and help because the reality is there a better person to step up and help them the rest of us and so that tends to break this social inhibition. So should we go out and get trained at something when should know we'll and and the reality is it doesn't even have to be going to medical school having training in CPR. First Aid helps. I describe an example in the book of somebody who went through first aid training as part of becoming a boy scout leader and they in fact been stepped up in a pretty violent altercation on a public street in London so having any kind of specialized training in fact gives us more confidence that we can step up and it should increase our willingness to do so even in a group setting you also talk about some of the things that can help people step up in less violent but in some ways no less troubling situation. Such as you know people are expressing racist or sexist jokes or other attitudes in the workplace or in other Other settings ways to challenge that ways to defuse that what are some of those techniques. They're different techniques that are useful in different situations. So let's take the example of somebody saying something sexist or racist in a meeting. One possibility is to show empathy for that person and say listen. You know I know you really didn't mean anything but you know my brother is gay. You know or you know my Uncle experienced sexual assault and it's really important therefore for you not make jokes about it. And so that's the way in which personalizing example may make the person more sensitive to it without saying something like you're a jerk and I'm a report you or we're not friends or whatever. I also give another technique which is using humor. So somebody says you know. Oh I could never vote for you know Elizabeth. Warren you know women are too emotional to be president and they bite me totally serious but you could say ha ha you know. I know you're joking. I know you don't really believe that. But you know some people really do believe it so really. You shouldn't say it because people might not understand that you're just being sarcastic and so having a sense of different skills and strategies that you can use a particular setting. I'm hoping we'll give people the opportunity to step up at the moment instead of rehearsing the perfect line. Twenty four hours later when it really isn't going to help Catherine what about in this current moment most of us have been to the grocery store and someone is has gotten too close to us in the shopping. I'll or in the checkout line. What do you say there so I think it's really important and it's time to be able to clearly communicate? That is not okay so I think saying something like. Hey you know. Let's remember social distancing or you know I have a family member at home. Who's you know quite older immuno compromised so again making the person feel bad about themselves but also clearly conveying. What is the nor as my college students were leaving campus. Many of them came by to say goodbye and many of them at the end would reach over to either shake my hand or hoppy and for every single one of them I said. Hey you know. We're practicing social distancing. Let's do away or let's to pat are jazz or let's do an elbow bump and it was very clear that all of them just didn't know what to do and then. I really felt the responsibility as the adult to kind of say. Knock in hug goodbye. You Know Hans. We need to show what is appropriate to do. Do you think that in a moment like this? Adversity can breed resilience absolutely so research for example has shown that adversity tends to make people more compassionate that we see lots of evidence that during difficult times people who've undergone difficulties they tend to become more sympathetic to other people. They tend to be more giving and I think we've seen an outpouring of that in a variety of ways whether it's people organizing to applaud at seven PM as hospital workers championships in various cities. We've seen in terms of people gathering to support local businesses or get takeout from restaurants or independent bookstores. And I think all of that is encouraging. It's also true that adversity gives people skills in terms of coping with difficult events. So my hope is that college students will return to campus. Hopefully this fall and and be able to say you know I gotta see on that mid term but at least that's not as bad as not being able to go to a restaurant or go to the gym or do other things that I might take for granted under normal circumstances Catherine Sanderson. Thanks very much for joining us on. How do we fix it? Thank you so much for the opportunity to talk. We all need more happiness and moral courage in the world these days absolutely and now it is that time in the show. Richard where we take a break and make our recommendations. Yeah my recommendation. This week is a TV. Show firing line with Margaret Hoover. And recently she's had some terrific guests on including Mark Cuban and Scott Gottlieb. And what I like about this show. Is that unlike so many current affairs programs on television. Today I have no idea whether Margaret is a liberal or a conservative she just asked questions in a straightforward way and the questions are short their incisive. The conversation moves fast and I really recommend it. It's on every week on public. Television stations usually on Saturday or Sunday. Yeah actually saw both those interviews and which is funny because one of my recommendations is to watch less news on TV. I've found it's been really nice not to turn the TV on as much normally when. I'm making launch dinner. I've got it on in the background. Usually some cable news channel. And it's been too much lately and so if I do want to put on the TV more often. I'm GONNA toggle over the Turner Classic Movies Channel. I watch most of Ben her the other day. I guarantee you that watching chariot races in ancient Rome was a lot better than watching people argue about the pandemic yet way too much of cable television especially is just aimed at inflaming people and making them feel miserable in the end rather than empowered or or giving them something. That's of Value Richard. I think the Catherine's book really hits on something I've been interested in my whole life. Which is how do people form moral judgements? You know I was a philosophy major in college and I'm still interested in these questions and I think that her focus on the role of the group dynamics the group think in in how we make moral judgments and really many judgments is so crucial. It's not just do we call out bad behavior. Do we step up to do the right thing. Sometimes also do we see a problem. Urging do we see a disaster coming down the Pike? You see a lot of failures in the run-up to this pandemic among people who meant well. But they had a hard time visualizing how bad it could be and then they looked around and nobody else seemed all that word either so almost everyone with a few small exceptions underestimated how bad this thing could get catherine's interviews also repeating themes in our shows for instance cleric Kane Miller who talked about how people with training or more likely to step up and point out incidents of sexual harassment at work and then the theme of how do we change people's minds We had several guests discuss that in in in recent months so Yeah this is very much a home turf for us. It's very easy in these situations. Say LIKE WELL. You just have to do the right thing. You just have to be a better person but in the moment. That's not always so obvious that people are they don't know how to get there. They don't have the tools. So that's why the training's important and that's why she talks about the small steps and help get people towards the right answer or if you're challenging somebody who's saying something that's offensive to people you don't have to stand up and say. I accuse you of being horrible racist. That's not necessarily GONNA help. You might start gently you might start sympathetically and try to defuse the situation before it. It gets worse and that might be both easier for you and be more likely to solve the problem now. Small steps are often a better way to help. People get to the right destination. If you make the steps to big people might not take them and to final thoughts of one that those small steps may make you feel better as you're doing them and to when Catherine said adversity can breed resilience. I love that thought. My guess we'll end with it. It's how to fix it. I'm Richard Davis and I'm Jim megs and our producer is katharine. No she knows not sorry. Verandah and our producer is Miranda Schaefer. Where a production of Davies Content? We make PODCAST FOR COMPANIES AND NONPROFITS. Check out our website at Davies content dot com. And as always. Thanks for listening to this. Podcast is part of the democracy group..

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"sanderson" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

How Do We Fix It?

14:51 min | 5 months ago

"sanderson" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

"Okay I'M GONNA start with this. I have a confession to make. What did you do now Richard? This is about masks back in late January. I flew to Melbourne Australia. And I remember that at the airport arrivals area. Most of the people coming on flights from Asia were wearing masks and I somewhat smugly thought to myself. That's Kinda weird I mean and now I realize that that they were right. I was wrong to judge them. That that wearing a mask indoors when you might infect others is inactive kindness so my view of of wearing masks subsequently has changed in your Defense Richard. I mean you were following the advice of who the World Health Organization and other experts at the time. We're telling us all that we really didn't need to wear to wear masks. Their advice changed. And what's amazing to me is how quickly everyone in the. Us has shifted gears and started wearing masks and our standards have really turned on a dime and that leases us to the subject of this podcast. Why we act turning bystanders into moral rebels Catherine Sanderson yes so worrell rebels seem to be able to and in fact comfortable with standing up and calling out bad behavior even if they're in a group setting in which other people are staying silent even when it might feel terribly hard to do so for the rest of.

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Walk, run or surf - but don't sunbathe on Florida beaches

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Walk, run or surf - but don't sunbathe on Florida beaches

"Governor Rhonda Sanderson out Saturday that students will continue distance learning until the end of the school year we've got pretty good momentum for distance learning it's not that there it's obviously not the ideal situation but given where we are in the school year we felt that that was the best our best decision to go forward meanwhile some local Florida governments are reopening beaches mainly for swimming and exercise as opposed to some baiting or seven the state never issued a shutdown order but the confusion led to the hash tag Florida moron is trending on Twitter with criticism of the governor for re opening features that he never closed down I'm Julie Walker

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Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

"The National Hockey League is finalized its rankings of prospects for the twenty twenty draft if and when it is held Quebec native Alexis lafreniere left wing ranks number one among north American skaters appear pristine Canada gold medal winning teammates from the twenty twenty World Junior Championships follow center Quinn by field of the Sudbury wolves and defenseman Jamie Drysdale the Erie otters another defenseman Jake Sanderson son of former left wing Justin Anderson was rated fourth Germany's ten spoonfuls women's Alexander holds a pair of winners top the rankings of international skaters I'm Tom Merriam

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Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

"The National Hockey League is finalized its rankings of prospects for the twenty twenty draft if and when it is held Quebec native Alexis lafreniere left wing ranks number one among north American skaters appear pristine Canada gold medal winning teammates from the twenty twenty World Junior Championships follow center Quinn by field of the Sudbury wolves and defenseman Jamie Drysdale the Erie otters another defenseman Jake Sanderson son of former left wing Justin Anderson was rated fourth Germany's ten spoonfuls women's Alexander holds a pair of winners top the rankings of international skaters I'm Tom Merriam

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Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

"The National Hockey League is finalized its rankings of prospects for the twenty twenty draft if and when it is held Quebec native Alexis lafreniere left wing ranks number one among north American skaters appear pristine Canada gold medal winning teammates from the twenty twenty World Junior Championships follow center Quinn by field of the Sudbury wolves and defenseman Jamie Drysdale the Erie otters another defenseman Jake Sanderson son of former left wing Justin Anderson was rated fourth Germany's ten spoonfuls women's Alexander holds a pair of winners top the rankings of international skaters I'm Tom Merriam

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Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

"The National Hockey League is finalized its rankings of prospects for the twenty twenty draft if and when it is held Quebec native Alexis lafreniere left wing ranks number one among north American skaters appear pristine Canada gold medal winning teammates from the twenty twenty World Junior Championships follow center Quinn by field of the Sudbury wolves and defenseman Jamie Drysdale the Erie otters another defenseman Jake Sanderson son of former left wing Justin Anderson was rated fourth Germany's ten spoonfuls women's Alexander holds a pair of winners top the rankings of international skaters I'm Tom Merriam

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Jefferson Hack on Why The World Must Not Be Complacent

The Business of Fashion Podcast

10:21 min | 6 months ago

Jefferson Hack on Why The World Must Not Be Complacent

"Hi. This is Imran at founder and CEO of the business of fashion and welcome to another special edition of the podcast. Today I sit down. Virtually with Jefferson Hack founder Updates Media Jefferson and I have been able to have conversations over the past decade about the role of media. And there's probably no more important time to that conversation then now as we're all navigating the unfolding humanitarian crisis caused by this Pandemic which has now reached more than one hundred and seventy countries around the world with more than four hundred thousand infections and tens and tens of thousands of people who have died so. What's the role of fashion media in this context? And how do we? As independent media companies navigate the situation. What is the impact that we can have during this uncharted time? That's what I speak to. Jefferson up on this special episode. So here's Jefferson Hack inside Fashion Jefferson. Hey Ron how're you man? I'm here I'm happy to be talking to you and Thanks for inviting me. To be on the coast. Yeah no it's a pleasure to talk. You know actually. I was thinking this morning back to my very first interview with you that we did. Do you remember at the Sanderson Hotel. Oh that was a long time ago. That was our first. Theo F live event and ever and we had the conversation and it was rolling out on twitter and people were sending questions from all around the world. And this this is Kinda the same except you and I can't sit together But I'm really glad to have the chance to talk to you. I mean so are you doing you know I'm well. I'm in good health My immediate family are in good health. Everyone's kind of say an isolation my staff in good health has no. I'm a director emergencies taking place amongst the employees or In days media so for that. I'm just really grateful for that I feel blessed and you know as far as what's happening in the wider world and what's happening with Corona Virus Of course you know I mean. Words cannot really describe it. I think I find words quite inadequate to describe what's going on but you know if I had to pick one word. It would be about kind of adapt adopting adopting with of the changing circumstances. That going on so I guess on a personal level. That's where I'm at but yet is going to be a lot to talk about in this Picasso. I'll let you do you know how are you? I'm good also healthy and grateful and taking some time out every day to make space for some meditation and reflection and a walk in the park. Because we're still allowed to do that here in London and you know like you. I'm just kind of grappling with what's happening. There's so many different perspectives. There's so much information which is kind of when I thrive actually making sense of information overload But I find my brain is operating at a speed and a and a intensity level that is unusually high and so I'm trying to make sure I take those moments to pause and stop and reflect It's good it's good advice. I think you know it's the same for everybody. I mean it's as much as if it's a pandemic Susan Info Democ. You know we're kind of overwhelmed with information stotts all the different opinions analysis speculations and You know I think without kind of practicing self care. It's incredibly easy to kind of get sucked into things like fierro high brings. It or doing things that are harmful just to distract ourselves from the reality of what's going on and I think that's really kind of like natural human reactions. You hit on some really important points. I think you know that some of the things that we're really trying to inspire our audience with seventeen million Digital audience across the world across platforms. And you know one of the most immediate thing is is really the kind of you know the mental health awareness and just being able to be effective as a media in being able to influence people's Moods. I mean we can change the way people feel all that moves through the stories and the tone of the stories that we published so no. That was a a an incredible kind of role that media. Compla- in in this time of crisis all type of media specifically you and I were exchanging text messages the other day about you know how companies like ours independent media companies in this kind of global industry. Like what's what's our role and I'm I'm really curious to well. Yeah I mean that was exactly it. We were like texting each other. Because it's all about reaching out out right. It's all about you know being in touch with each other as independent media as a people in the industry who are active who are part of the community of people in in in in kind of in fashion in the UK in globally and an culture. And that's all I've been doing since this has been really becoming more and more of a crisis and I think that's that's what we've got is kind of our connections and are connected and staying connected as a huge a huge part of this the way that we're going to manage to navigate this. Yeah I wanted to start there actually so you know when when did the kind of penny drop for you that this was going to become you what it's become this kind of unprecedented situation in kind of a kind of modern in the last hundred years at least maybe since the Spanish flu and what was your initial reaction of how to manage it as the leader of this this media company possible level. You know I was still a woman fashion week into Paris fashion week. I didn't finish the week up but you know things are becoming much more evidence during that week that did this was becoming incredibly serious and Some of the myths were flying around with being busted. And some clarity was coming to the kind of you know. Health impact that this was going to have an and what was going to be needed by government in order to deal with that so you know. I think it wasn't really till Mellon went into lockdown that it really kind of began to be real and hearing the stories firsthand from clients and friends in Milan about what they were going. Through in lockdown really started helping inform a lot of our thinking at days so that's really the the unprecedented we had in the only way to recognize that it was well. You know that it was that it was likely to get much more serious but you know I think these things are always understood in hindsight and in the moment you know you always think oh well you know it might be contained. There might not come here. Things might not be as bad for us you know. I think that's part of kind of that was part of that was part of my early thinking but you know we. We reacted pretty quickly. I think is a as a media company before the government were telling people to Work will not clubs. We you know we already told staff to work from a meter ready during Paris fashion week. We telling our staff that if it wasn't essential for them to come into the office that they weren't required to come to the office because we wanted to keep people say so. Yeah that's the kind of thing and then when when it really became evident you know. I think our media reaction was one of you know this is a global state of emergency now and you know we have to face a humanitarian health. Disaster that You know we can be helpful and useful in In using some of our resources in some of our media to point directly to that. And we have judy of KETCHAOUA staff. So We'd been working on managing that and managing their work from home situation and then there's a carrying consideration for our audience which we just touched on before and really when we were texting. It was all about kind of understanding with questions we were. We were kind of In discussion about was like. What is the role of of media in this new reality? Yeah what what is our purpose now and I think you know where we had puppies before. Now it's really about focusing the clarity of purpose making sure that the row we're playing in the daily life of our audience is really bringing value

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"sanderson" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:14 min | 6 months ago

"sanderson" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"About guys like Bob your guys. I don't think I mean we had our God and he should ask Eddie Shack on okay and he had he had a cool beat he he you know he was. He was old school. You could tell but Derek Sanderson. He went into depth on these stories. And I my jaw was dropped the entire episode so so thank you guys for bringing him on as a hockey fan and keep in mind. This guy talked for. I don't know how long the interview is. I think it was a a minute or a minute. An hour and ten but we think we can have him on for another two full hour and ten segments easily. He and he said he's definitely down to do way more. The crazy thing is weak. I guess he just tell you now before the interview but we didn't even get into the part of their life where he you know was struggling and on a on a park bench in New York City. I mean that's how that's how great storyteller was. And that's how indepth he went into the beginning of his career and life in in time with the Bruins. So there's going to be way more with him. This is just the beginning but you have I know for a fact. He's a legend. Because I got the chance to meet him when I was playing in. Bob Yours my agent. Derek was at a golf thing. We all played at and he was just holding court at this table. I was like Oh my God. This guy's a legend and and then you know hearing about I'm seeing. He was on the cover of a magazine with this big mustache. Smoking a cigarette. I believe or something like just crazy stuff that doesn't happen now nowadays so I think that his storytelling. Everyone just really enjoy and before. Throw it back over to you just in the midst of you talk in Wet. Like the Rolls Royce store. He like these people. You guys are going to be blown away. I can't wait for you guys to listen to it. And what? What else do we got before we got there all right? Yeah I think when we do record My mother and all my aunts GONNA WANNA show up because he he was every every woman in New England wanted Derek Sanderson back in the day. He was a sex guy he was. Tom Brady offbeat an even heap. Do Tom Brady like naughty dog. Tom Brady wasn't a dog. Like Zanthosyn was just raised like the clock like sexy athlete. Brady's but you know he's never raised that. Who's known as the biggest dirtbag athlete like big name at all? I mean I wouldn't say dirt bag. That's a bad word Derek. Jeter like is it. I've heard stories about this guy having like a gift basket for girls on the way out with assigned her jeeter ball. This you know that that was. That's supposedly a true story. He leaves a gift basket. Which takes a a level balls that being the shortstop and New York City for twenty years and winning five titles to do that? Hey so I heard a story about a baseball player and I believe this guy has a property on Gaza and he I'm pretty sure he played for the diamondbacks at one point. And that's how I heard the story. Blight he would you know he's a he's a handsome guy so he would like meet girls at the supermarket and be like hey give me a call and they they call and say he would basically be like. Hey do you wanna come over and pound? Sometimes you catch him and his move was he would he would say hey. This is the gate code. Come on in and just just come in the front door. And they would obviously when they walked in the front door. This guy would be in the hallway and there was this big ass. Mir against the wall and he'd be buck naked. Just taking.

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"sanderson" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

10:25 min | 6 months ago

"sanderson" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"A because he wasn't engaged with him and he also. If you watch the video he technically came from behind him and that and he blindsided. Okay so to me. There's a difference with that hit. Now Mind you. We've been growing up with most of US throw in that hit right. So that's why it's hard we're in that time on me right. Well maybe not you because you're not in that situation a trailing four hit. Oh Okay I was trying to give you better for the. They're once in a while. I mean you hit flurry I mean. Come on hear evidence. Is there you by four? I hit the lottery but I'm not listen. I know that he plays with that edge so he's already public opinions out the window but I would say based on where the Games trying to get in order to protect guys based on what we know about the concussion situation I would say. Let's try to avoid that. Hit moving forward okay. It was shoulder to shoulder. It was not shoulder to head contact. I'm knockin agree with you on that. Although I agree with you on the abuse his head took from the impact. Now where did you see the collision? It looked nasty. Habit is bad looking like just the whip the whiplash. Yes so I think that you you you said it showed pretty clearly there. Because that's monogamous of me okay. We've used see you take you put it in my brain and you think that I'm going to trump that word. I don't think I said it quickly though. I'm not even mad. 'cause you used it on me. And what did I say all right magnanimous? Yeah I think so. It's not yet magnanimous. Say All right. Let's scoff at this but if we were writing I would've I would've at least had spell check to be able to help their sorry to learn. I'M GONNA learn one new word a week and I'm going to be walking around like the biggest pompous asshole. I might even get reading glasses Straw. Sorry it sounds like there's a bunch of collins like basically. I'm obviously in South Boston. The parade was cancelled here today. But it sounds like people might be fucking doing the root of something because there's a shitload one's beeping and this is normally when the beginning of the parade would probably go by. How long is your Wifi? Goes you get to go out there with your laptop and your mic thankful? No that's what stats like. We were just talking about like. It's last episode these kids don't Kim in South Boston trending. I'm like what the fuck happened. Now it was basically because the bars were open and these kids showed up. And it's like like we me and what was saying like. The onus is on the city like they shut. They told him out a close today. It's like well they should have fucking did it yesterday. Like fucking young kids are GONNA go out and get drunk and try to get laid okay. So that's where I was going to go and I went there quickly. Our Way is is I think. Portnoy mentioned it on his his rant online. Is he saying I think at this point? It's gotta be in the hands of the higher ups and of course the business owners in order to say. Hey we're closing our doors. You don't go anywhere to go. I mean I I would assume some of them are gonna read the streets and then that'll last for you know a day or two and they'll be having their own little parades you as you just said. Although I know it's the Saint Patrick's Day one but you're saying and some people are saying. Oh you guys are crazy. It's just you know media. How do you say that media created high steria? Yeah where it's no. There's obviously something here I think. Even if we're taking a bigger precaution than than we should be people are still dying from this and we touched on it last episode. One of us has a grandma who you know her immune systems low and contracts us because we were just being idiots about it. You know it's like you lose your grandma. So let's let's let's tighten it up a little bit here even if it is being overblown as some of you think. Well it's funny because I wanted to get listeners updated because since last episode the NHL hadn't officially cancelled they did that We dropped I think early in the morning whenever g got it out and then later that day they announced everything was going to be postponed suspended. Whatever word you WANNA use a couple of other league dates while the Swedish Hockey Federation was expected to Say we're going to be no playoffs. No relegation games no titles out basically just calling it a season The Gel I know Biz. We you would hurt hurt earlier that they were still operating but There was a report. Let me get his name. Sharia from getting your name. Run by Avis Kelman's it's at a underscore Kelman's he covers the CAGE L. He said he expects the cage. I'll to postpone the playoffs at Tuesday. The latest The last cage. I'll statement said that they were monitoring the situation and Team I like to call Joe Carrot. Joker they pulled out of the playoffs in the with the Garin Cup. I believe it's called and I and I'll tell you. They had one line in their statement. I thought was worth repeating going jumping off. You just said quote these are exceptional times and they call for exceptional measures the well being and health of the people in our society is paramount and Joe Carrot wants to shoulder its responsibility and the matter and I thought that was a pretty cool statement saying kind of setting the tone like look you know we have to do this and everybody has to follow suit. So I'd rather be laughed at saying I'm overreacting and being wrong about this situation. Yeah exactly so now taking a look at what? Do you think the guys They should do they should they? Should they just like caught a seventy six game season? Should they try to get all eighty two and if I mean they've already played games in hundred degree weather? Does it really matter if they plan to July? What are you thinking here what they have to you? This is why this is so hard to even talk about because we have no idea how long this is going to take to be to be good at first. I think maybe crazy two weeks. We'll probably be good. Well now who knows two months? Then it's two months you just you have no. No one has any answers in terms of how long this is going to be so. You can't answer what the League should do now. My thought is they have to do whatever it takes to award the Stanley Cup this year. Like I can't imagine that there's ever a time where they have to cancel the entire season. I just I I hope not. That would be the absolute worst case scenario. But if you're going to end up going a couple months here are to. What would that bring us to April? Say we get to mid-may all right. We gotta just start the playoffs. Is it fair to go? By the percentage points. The teams have gotten so far because some teams haven't played as much game so you can't go points and then percentage wise. It's also there's arguments against that so then you start seeing all these guys talk about four teams playing a best two out of three right to get the bottom two seats. Well then you still have. It could be mid-may and you've got to go you go what. A team needs sixteen wins. It's like they have no idea. We can't even say what they should do. Because we don't it's so unprecedented. We have no clue how long it's GonNa last. I say if they miss a month to me to me they try to get in as many regular season games as possible and the reason. I say that it's hard in the midst of the game. Let's play two and a half periods right in all of a sudden one teams up. The other teams pressing. That's like cutting the game off. I'd rather see them. Try to squeeze in as many eighty two as possible and if they have to shorten each series. The Best of five. Because you're still getting. You're still getting that even playing field and let's say it gets even so ridiculous maybe a best of three. I like best the five. I think I think you can figure out who the better team in five games. Three is a little short but to me. Getting the regular season over and done with is is more important. I mean crisis then the COP. It's know it's it's more important. No sorry Kurt. Thank you for correcting me. It's more important than squeezing in the best seven. Oh yes you know what I'm saying. His 'cause Agassi. Would you say that would shorten up the whole overall playoffs by two weeks And then maybe you even do it so it goes to on the road to start three at home so you can kind of speed it up more or less travel. There's ways to get around this a minute. My overall opinion is you try to give everyone the even playing field on the regular season in order to get in the tournament and once tournaments and play you can shorten amount of games against each other even if it's a best of three at worse case scenario. It's it's Best I best. Let's go. Everybody had the fair shake to get into the dance. Turn out to be this season to to do one. For Sixteen completely flipped the script and do my idea to auto three one verse. Sixteen take it down to the final two. Then they go three hundred five or four out of seven boom. Yeah crazy COP. Reducing Razi Corona Reducing. The amount of games in the series. That's absolutely one man's best seven. Make it a best of five. You can shave a few days by either way. There's people who are being like you're a fucking idiot and other people who liked the idea. It very difficult decision for the NHL. Depending on how much time is in fact left. I think it's ridiculous to go too far into the summer guys unless next year you plan on backing up the start or or next year if you end up ends up going too long for this year short and the schedule and and have that ain't happening. Yeah you're barking up a tree that it's like man yells yells at her popular out of hand there. That's that's all right. Hey Boys we haven't mentioned. I Guess Jet Absolute Legend Game Assisted on arguably the most famous goal in hockey history Just the absolute legend. Derek Sanderson We talked him in Boston. A couple of weeks ago and Man What a character. This guy is in was One of the original. I would say celebrity athletes used to run around New York. City with Joe Namath. I he has some great stories. We're going to be bringing him on a little bit later. But just want to let you know. We do have sands incumbent and excuse my ignorance. I didn't know who this was. You guys are hardcore Boston guys. I remember when you mentioned his name. I was like Oh you think it'd be good. He Goes Biz. This guy was a legend. He was the highest paid athlete in the world. At one point above. Who did he surpassed was Palay Palay? Yeah W. H. A. And the way he was able to articulate these stories in so nonchalantly.

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Joe Biden pledges to choose a woman as his running mate

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Joe Biden pledges to choose a woman as his running mate

"About two days before another round of democratic presidential primaries a former vice president Joe Biden and Vermont senator Bernie Sanders with another debate last night if Joe Biden wins all four states Tuesday Arizona Florida Illinois Ohio and if he wins them big the question will soon turn to Bernie Sanders and why he's continuing his crusade rather than uniting the party with the goal of beating Donald Trump which Bernie Sanderson self says is the most critical goal for twenty twenty that is CBS news political analyst Leonard Stein horned Biden said at last night's debate that on CNN that if picked to be the democratic nominee he will pick a woman to be his running

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Biden, Sanders battle for the Latinx vote

In The Thick

07:56 min | 7 months ago

Biden, Sanders battle for the Latinx vote

"Let's get to our first topic. Which is going to be a two thousand twenty election update who would have thought that the election the United States would be like a secondary story but it kind of is even though it's also a huge story weekly because you know two weeks ago we couldn't be saying this. I certainly didn't imagine this right that Joe Biden would now be in the lead basically in terms of delegates that he won Michigan Idaho Mississippi and Missouri all went for Joe Biden right now sanders. One North Dakota and Washington is still too close to call. I mean this is truly Julio like an extraordinary unfolding of events I still say yes. It was the coalescing. Is it so much the love for Biden or was it simply at the choice has got reduced none? The less Democratic Party has got some challenges yet and if people are following the delegate count and again you know Biden as of this recording. He has eight hundred eighty one delegates Sanders has seven hundred twenty five. We're seeing the same pattern as we saw. Super Tuesday Biden is doing really well with older voters. Sanders is sweeping the youth. Vote Biden again doing really well in the south with black voters. Sanders getting the Latino. Vote and the main thing about all this money is that older. Democratic voters are just showing up and coming out more. It's very simple. Older voters are coming out younger. Voters are not and one of the things you know. It was a weird night to cover politics because it was the early news of the corona virus. Starting to happen. The big Tuesday election coverage became secondary very quickly. It was almost very subdued. What happened on Tuesday but what was interesting as I went on instagram. GotTa notification that Alexandria. Oh Cossio Cortez was going live on instagram. And I watched her basically address. What happened in these primaries? One of the things that we're seeing that there's a very strong generational divide and this is something that I've encountered something that I have noticed across many different issues. There's a generational divide in the Democratic Party on healthcare on climate change on foreign policy on pretty much every policy imaginable and as a younger person in this movement. I take a lot of that as information for how we navigate the next decade. So there's like the electoral perspective and there's the movement perspective and I think this is something that's really important that we talk about. Because electoral politics can be movement based but movements aren't necessarily electoral in nature. Either and the interplay in the relationship between these two things is something to pay attention to something. That's important so media you just heard. Afc She was in the thick Back in the day. What do you think about what you'll see? Said I think is coming out a winner in all of this because of her authenticity which is what people are dying to see in their politicians. And so I just think that she. She's keeping her feet on the ground. I think we understand. We've talked about it. That her power in the endorsement of Sanders was huge. A am very concerned about the the lack of turnout among young people. I I'm trying to understand. Is it just because they do want to do it? But then they like they actually never remembered to register or the day of the election. Just you know weren't in the right state or in the right time like what? What is that about? Because let dino's Latina's were turning out but it's like the younger vote just didn't carry it and I'm still fascinated by what you call the motivation of older voters to come out for Joe Biden. You know one of the things that is clear to me with all this because looking at Michigan which Sanders won over Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen a lot of those same voters chose Biden bright working class white non educated or even white suburban voters like college educated and Bernie's platform really hasn't changed since two thousand and sixteen so I think in twenty twenty. The big difference is that he wasn't up against the woman and so I feel like part of that. Michigan vote was Anti Hillary Clinton interesting. Yeah in two thousand sixteen over Pro Bernie and you know this whole notion of misogyny in electoral politics. I think once we get out of what we're in now. I feel like that has to be something that we need to continue to explore right. And you're convinced that all the male run American mainstream media is GONNA do thoughtful work. No but that's why I roll with you. We're GONNA do it here because I wanNA roll with you in some bad ass women and doing it in the thick down the road about all this because I feel like it is a big takeaway of this electoral seasonable. Listen what's going to happen next because I feel like this is where I think we can start looking at the pandemic and electoral politics but talking a little bit about that you know a lot of Biden supporters were urging Sanderson. Drop after you underperform on Tuesday and I think a lot of this has also with you know the pandemic th people are. Kinda like electoral politics. I got other things to worry about. There's a case to be said and on Friday Louisiana date of Louisiana became the first day to announce that it's postponing its primary until the summer that primary was scheduled to be on April fourth but at the same time sanders. Supporters are still reminding people that you know Biden is not even close to getting the delegates. He needs to get the nomination. They're still twenty nine more states that have yet to vote including Puerto Rico as a territory so there you go so on Wednesday Sanders Address. The press and he said that he would stay in the race. I cannot tell you how many people our campaign has spoken to. Who have said quote. I like what your campaign stands for. I agree with what your campaign stands for. But I'm GonNa vote for Joe Biden because I think Joe is the best candidate to defeat. Donald trump end of quote. We have heard that statement all over this country. Needless to say I strongly disagree without assertion but that is what millions of Democrats and independents today believe Donald Trump must be defeated. And I will do everything in my power to make that happen on Sunday night. In the first one on one debate of this campaign the American people will have the opportunity to see which candidate is best positioned to accomplish that goal so a couple of things. Sunday debate is going to be audience free. It was going to be in Phoenix Arizona and then it got moved to DC because of the corona virus crisis also known as Covy nineteen audience. Three no spin room. Cnn univision are hosting the debate. Here's the thing money. Yeah this is the part for me where I'm kind of like our people just going to lose interest in this race because of the crisis. There's so much that shifting beneath our feet right now yeah. I think that actually could spur people because you know the clear evidence of administration lying in the middle of public health crisis pandemic. I don't know though because I worry about people who are so far into the Donald trump sphere that they. I have heard in this past week. People who I know saying things like it's just a hoax. Wow Yes A. I'm sorry I don't know. Yeah so so. I don't

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Biden continues to lead Sanders

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Biden continues to lead Sanders

"Twenty twenty show must go on Joe Biden continues to pull ahead as a front runner for the nomination is Bernie Sanders is scrambling to catch up Biden won at least four of the six states that voted Tuesday X. K. X. already was Blake Allen reports here in Washington we are a day after the democratic primary with vice president Joe Biden just slightly ahead of senator Bernie Sanders I asked one resident here if he was surprised that Biden was leading Sanderson the evergreen state now I think that people in general are not quite as progressive as the media might think

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From Brady to Carr, ranking Bears' quarterback options in NFL free agency, draft

Pick Six NFL Podcast

10:54 min | 7 months ago

From Brady to Carr, ranking Bears' quarterback options in NFL free agency, draft

"Free agency. Starting soon as we mentioned earlier in the show March eighteenth four. Pm teams can actually out signings the signings and the wide receiver classes fascinating Jj. Because I think mostly because it sort of matches up with the draft class. This is a loaded wide receiver draft class studs and studs and studs. Nobody that's like necessary. I I like I tend to think see lamb and Jerry. Judy can be. I don't want to call them like Julio Jones. Aj Green types. Because that I think does a disservice to really any young player coming to the League to to compare them too borderline hall. Julio definitely the hall of fame. Aj Borderline Hall of fame to compare them to that type of player. But there's a great group of guys who look like they can be viable starters in the NFL out of the gate however they will have to compete with teams who resigned teams will have to decide. Do they want to ask somebody like that or do they want to size like? Aj Green should he make free agency? let's go through your top five wide receivers. Who's at number five number? Five number five. I have Randall COBB. Yes sorry I remember number five. I Have Randall. Cobb. Randall COBB. Of course coming off that season with the cowboys really difficult to see how they're going to be able to pay him And so as I was going through this and I thought to myself well thought. Where could he ended up? In fact I didn't think that's about self depot. Ask me where he could end up. I would have to tell you on your and some wanted to tell you that. I'm looking at an Indianapolis Colts a team. That was really struggling to throw the ball down the field last year. Now lot of that adds do of course which cover said. I understand that but I've never really been impressed with the wide receiving group that the colts have of course. They thought that they were going to have a few more options That did not work out with Devon punches. Who dealt with injury for most of the season. So Randall COBB. He's GONNA turn thirty before next season. He's at nine. Nfl seasons he had a eight hundred plus yards last year. I like him. What the colts and whoever their quarterback could be yes so it's interesting the question is would you rather have a guy like rental car bounced back nicely. Who Fits with the perfect slot style of of the modern? Nfl You've got three wide receiver sets etc etc. You can win outside and in some cases might be too old that now he's going to be thirty before the season starts or would you rather dabble in the shod. Perrin and sweepstakes and I might be inclined to agree with you. I like the PERSAD. Payment freaks me out like what? You're really like this Guy Ozzie. Newsome couldn't get this guy right and you're telling me that now like Jameis. Winston fixed him. I don't know if I'm buying it entirely woods. I would run away from shop Perriman. eighty might be fantastic human being but in terms of on the field play. I think that it was a flash in the pan how he sort of came on there in November and December for the bucks Certainly James with the five thousand passing yards sort of inflated his six hundred forty five receiving yards Paran- I just had issues for most of his career and I'm not willing to take a few weeks from last season. He's turned the corner. I kind of tend to agree with you. I wouldn't be opposed to like a one year not too pricey deal with precise payment but I would not want to make some big splash on that guy Given what's out there. It is interesting to this class offers. A lot of slot options like Geronimo. Alison is their Nelson Aguilar. Philip door set You can uh Devin funchess. Maybe didn't make the cut for. Jj surprise there. He's more of a tight end. Not a slot guy But then also demarcus Robinson who was very effective in Kansas City system. I think there's a lot of speed slack is out there so if I were if I were General Manager would probably at the top of the market. Do their own thing. Because I don't want to overpay for top of the market I would then sign a slack. If I got a young quarterback here I would sign a guy for agency at a lower cost and then go out and get by number one in theory in the in the draft. So that's probably why those guys didn't make the top five and I would tend to agree with you. Who's your number four on this list number four Robbie Anderson Levin love and coming off that season with the New York jets My best fit for him is the New York jets Because Gosh they really if they lose him. I don't know what they're gonNA do at the receiver position. They absolutely have to upgrade even by keeping him. They need to upgrade to upgrade that offensive line as well but seven hundred seventy nine receiving yards last season. He'll be twenty seven this upcoming year if enough teams and and if the jets WANNA mess around with this Joe. Douglas wants to mess around with us. He has been In conversations with with Robbie Anderson's representation if some teens get involved here and this is taken care of at the very started illegal tampering window or before. The price could go up on Robbie Anderson because of his age because of his speed because of what he did last season and then you can start approaching. Fourteen fifteen million dollars per year. I think the jets absolutely have to knock this out early and if they mess this up in some way if they decide not to bring him back. I'm looking at a place that he could go to looking at the Philadelphia Eagles who obviously could always use a upgrade. Their I the interesting seeing there may be some overlap there but the eagles need help it wide receiver. But I hope probably Anderson's faculty jets. I kinda liked that idea and I do think. There's a little bit of like say the Shaw Jackson to his game. That's an insult to the Sean Jackson as fast as to Sean Jackson Robbie interesting could be more of a position. He's he's more of a like he's a bigger body type of guy but who also possesses that deep speed. That might be complementary for the other pieces that eagles have so. I don't hate that idea. If I don't know how Roseman takes a deep dive a free. Hd but he's got cast a bird so maybe it happens a May I ask your number three is and then I started to say Emmanuel Sanders is your third wideout. He is my third wide out. And it's really just because age. He's GONNA turn thirty three. Where do I have him? The obviously he's not going to be in San Francisco. I initially till depot the Carolina Panthers and I said the Carolina Panthers because I'm not entirely sure the panthers are convinced. Honesty Smith is not convinced that they have a number one wide receiver they have DJ more. They have Curtis Sam. You hope that. Dj More is going to be that but what they seem to be lacking. Is that fantastic veteran presence in there and after I spent a lot of time will in the month of January with the San Francisco. Forty niners covering their postseason games. What I learned from a depot Samuel from kindred born was just how much manual sanders mentor. Those guys those young group of players coming up and how they were able to really improve their game early in their career after the trade for manual. Sanderson San Francisco did so I look at a team like the Carolina Panthers and I say. Oh those young guys could really benefit from a guy like Emmanuel Sanders however Emmanuel Sanders is kind of like Andrei Dala in in that like he elite should and probably only wants to play for a championship. Contender right. He's been with. The broncos just went to another super bowl and so we're talking about contenders we're talking about teams that need wide receivers. The New England Patriots is. They are trying to retain Tom Brady. That would be fantastic. Get sound radio. Robert Kraft and Bill Belichick said. Hey We got you Emmanuel Sanders and we got you this two or three year contract to finally finish your career in New England. What you say Tommy. Now that's great call. I think if you're the Patriots and this was the delicate line that they have to sort of walk with Tom Brady is. Can you go out into the mark like once we get to that noon at noon? It it's eleven fifty. Nine fifty nine on Monday can the Patriots manage in the span of about Let's see twelve thirty six hours. Thirty brought to us as a forty eight hours. Fifty two hours is probably right in fifty two hours. Can they manage to tamper their way into landing? Somebody like Mandal Sanders. Somebody like Hunter Henry and successfully like a- convinced Tom Brady to return if that's what they ultimately want their plan to be and if it is. I think that could be you know like. That's that's certainly a blueprint to having Tom. Brady back in New England. But I think you're going to have to get guys. Just beef up the receiving core for him if you want him to come back in my opinion all right the last two guys in this list that they're going to be the same for everybody. You could flip them if you want to Depending on your opinion of home and away splits for one guy in age for the other guy number two guy. Aj greed number. One Guy. Maury Cooper I beast I mean these are the first of all. There's a chance either. Guide makes it the free agency or Cooper could get transitioned franchise tag the transition tag depending on the CBA depending on what happens attack. Prescott's contract AJ Green. It does sound like the bengals franchise tag him but he throws a fit and says he's going to refuse to play for him then. Maybe that doesn't happen. What led you to stack these guys in this particular way. Jj Yes so I have AJ green at number two. Only because of agent injury concerns that He has missed something. Like twenty four the past twenty five games that the bengals have played due to injury So that is my issue with him. Amari Cooper last. We saw him was not getting the ball thrown as much his way as should have certainly against the Philadelphia Eagles. I felt that he still has it. Obviously he's young much younger than Aj. Green who I believe is turning thirty two this year. Amari Cooper is currently twenty five. He will be twenty six before the start of the season so If a Jake Reed were healthy he would be my number one with a bullet. No doubt about it on about his health and then So in terms of fits right We believe that. Aj agrees with the bengals eight. We'll extend the franchise tag if they do not then. I think that we can reignite the does job want to go to Cincinnati rumors and so just for the sake of argument. I through the raiders in there as a landing spot for A. J. Green. But of course I'm not putting too much effort into A. J. Green out to one of the thirty one other teams. He's going to Cincinnati. As far as Mark Cooper. I had no idea how the San Francisco Forty niners would do it in terms of contract and money but I have cooper going to the forty niners if he does not end up with the cowboys but again. They're the cowboys to do. Everything they can. To Keep Amari Cooper traded a first round pick for. It made a lot of sense. Not Not immediately when they made the trade form right.

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Charleston: Democrats seek to slow Sanders’s momentum in South Carolina debate

Forum

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Charleston: Democrats seek to slow Sanders’s momentum in South Carolina debate

"Another democratic presidential debate is just hours away in Charleston South Carolina where the next nominating contest takes place in just four days NPR's Juana summers reports the rivals are competing for the hearts and minds of a more diverse electorate black voters make up roughly two thirds of the democratic primary electorate in South Carolina recent polls show former vice president Joe Biden is the favorite to win the state but after Vermont senator Bernie Sanders won the popular vote in Iowa plus contests in New Hampshire in Nevada he is on the rise Biden is hoping that a win in South Carolina we'll give him momentum in the southern states with large black populations the vote on super Tuesday Sanderson Porter say that if the Vermont senator wins the primary here that his path to the nomination would be essentially

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Sanders promises to turn Texas blue this November

Red Eye Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Sanders promises to turn Texas blue this November

"Caucuses or history south Carolina's presidential primary comes at the end of the week correspondent Michael over any seniors is keeping his focus on defeating president trump promising to turn Texas blue this November Texas is a conservative state it's a red state I don't believe it for a minute senator Sanders finished first in the Nevada caucuses with strong support from young voters Latino voters and liberals Joe Biden who is a distant second behind Sanderson the badass hopes to finish first in south Carolina's primary next Saturday a new CBS news poll has him within narrow lead in fact is going to be in a position to be able to help maintain the house of representatives and to win back the Senate

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4 teens arrested in connection with quadruple murder on Indianapolis's northeast side

Hammer and Nigel

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

4 teens arrested in connection with quadruple murder on Indianapolis's northeast side

"The four people charged with robbing and murdering for other people and it easy side were caught with the aid of eye witnesses in technology that allowed us to really kind of establish the links and really recreate it what individuals were doing on this particular night ride three Sanderson Cameron banks Desmond banks and lasted what kids are due in court Thursday to face murder and robbery charges says Marion County prosecutor Brian mir's what happened or where did we go wrong where people thought it was okay to literally kill someone by shooting multiple gunshots into their body says to stop these kinds of crimes a good start is holding people accountable which is his intention with the four

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"sanderson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:32 min | 7 months ago

"sanderson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Sanderson porters made threats against union members that criticized his healthcare plan former vice president Biden in Las Vegas is senator Sanders should do more than just in some so from the online threats with any of my supporters did that I disown them flatten this own them the stuff that was said online the way they threaten these two women who are leaders in that color you it is outrageous fighting an NBC news meet the press interview Sanders brushing off union criticism Saturday about seven people March because of a right Democrats in Nevada campaigning during early voting for next Saturday's caucuses correspondent Chuck secrets in on Thursday presidential candidate mayor Pete booted judge was the target of a homophobic rant by Rush Limbaugh the radio host recently awarded a medal of freedom by president trump today booted judge appeared on fox news Sunday responded to Limbaugh's criticism of the country wouldn't elect him because he kisses his husband on the stage after debates I'm proud of my marriage and I'm proud of my husband and I'm not going to be lectured on family values from the likes of Rush Limbaugh or anybody who supports Donald J. trump as the moral as well as political leader the United States Limbaugh receiving criticism from both sides of the aisle Republican senator Lindsey Graham saying Limbaugh's comments were a miscalculation vertiginous husband have been married since twenty eighteen president trump said to be in Nevada this week ahead of the caucuses he's holding a rally the day before the Nevada democratic caucus on February twenty second but before that today it's NASCAR president trump the grand marshal of today's Daytona five hundred besides getting to say drivers start your engines there's where he may do a lap around the track in his presidential limo before the race begins gets under way at two thirty I am going to take some of those floors off just a bit off the top the word from a judge you says a luxury Manhattan high rise under construction is to all the fifty five story building near Lincoln center on Amsterdam Avenue exceeds the zoning limit according to a New York state Supreme Court judge the judge didn't say just how many floors will have to come off but the building developer says anyone anything yet well they are appealing escapee property say they have multiple approvals by the city they follow the rules they say but who knows now it's up to you an appeals court if and when it's done units will range from three point one million Bucks for a one bedroom apartment to twenty one million dollars for the four bedroom penthouse of course we don't know what floor penthouse will be on news time eleven fifty one traffic and transit with Jodi Vale all right Brian let's head into New Jersey we're checking out the ten ten when Stan cam I eighty east bound right near exit forty two in Parsippany it's a pretty serious accident.

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First poster for Wes Anderson's 'The French Dispatch' dispatched ahead of imminent first trailer

Lights Camera Barstool

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

First poster for Wes Anderson's 'The French Dispatch' dispatched ahead of imminent first trailer

"I look at the French dispatched. The next move for Sanderson and we're recording on Tuesday. Trey was coming out Wednesday us. We don't have the trailer I imagine we. We know what we can expect a lot of people this movie. He released a poster. It's the most wes anderson poster of all time it's supposed to look like a cover of the New Yorker Magazine Snakes and the New Yorker also had the exclusive rights to release the first images this from the movie Has So many people in the movie. Bill Murray Franson Tilda. Swinton Jeffrey Wright Adrian Brodie Benicio ACL. Del Toro Owen Wilson Timothy Xiaomei Lee said do Liev Schreiber Elizabeth Moss Edward Norton Willem Defoe search around and Kristoff vaults Alz Jason Schwartzman Rupert Friend Henry. Winkler Bob Balabagn. I mean Anjelica Huston. The list goes on and

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Make Valentine's Day Savory or Sweet With Sexy Edibles

Hungry In Nashville

04:04 min | 8 months ago

Make Valentine's Day Savory or Sweet With Sexy Edibles

"New things so take your seat with the rest of the class and let's get right to today's topic. I mean what says Valentine's Day more than a gift of edible panties. We'll lots of things but today we're going you talk about sexy edibles. Don't expect to hear about chocolate. Covered strawberries or drizzle of chocolate. We've all been there done. That bought the t shirt so today. We're were going under the sheets for a taste of love. David Sanderson Lee. Brady came up with the idea. In nineteen seventy five and named the product. Candy Andy Pants. I don't even want to know what their inspiration was. But if it was to make money it worked the product was manufactured in Chicago and in nineteen eighteen. Eighty nine people magazine named them as being one of the four hundred thirty four names and events that define pop culture clearly. It's one of the things that helped make America America. Great the invention inspired copycats and a host of other products such as edible handcuffs Broz. Anything else that helps you get your King Khan and speaking the of Kink you can go to Walmart website and order a twelve pack of heart-shaped edible pacify fires. Just like the one used to quiet a noisy infant. You can even get free delivery to the store while they're you could pick up a box of Pampers act whatever fantasy you want. I'm not here to judge. So what are these things. Things made of Gelatin. Mostly if you've ever had a fruit roll up then you have a good idea of the texture. These don't taste nearly as good with flavors like Cherry and passion improve. That should tell you a lot. They are sticky and can leave some serious Danes on those silk sheets you bought for the occasion. Plus there's no way to use the leftovers. Edibles aren't particularly difficult to make factors youtube video on how to do it and I'll put a link to it in the show notes if savory is how you roll than there there's lingerie made of meat jerky mostly but they can shoot have been invited to the party. They're sold under the names. Perky Jerky or climax Jerky if you try hi. This is probably a good idea to lock rover in another room. If you wish to make your own meat. Delegates there are instructions on Youtube on how to do that. I'll also put a link to that on the show notes. They could be great in the beat. Three Buffet Switching back to the candy. They're also edible bras the magazine. Gene G Q called these quote quite possibly the lease flattering boob accessory on earth. Unlike a normal bra this blue edible one has no chance supporting the weight of human breasts in quote nutritionally. These things are a little sugar bombs. There are no fats proteins or fiber in one pair of female panties. But you'll need to get through twenty five grams of carbohydrates twenty grams of sugar to satisfy your appetites if you're wondering how this might fit into your low calorie diet under FDA rules with exercise you can eat about one para day. Kinda give new meaning to a happy meal. Doesn't it if you feel a banquet is in order and you WanNa please everyone. There's an orgy of other edibles. That may interest you numerous items are infused with CBD. I worry worried that they'll make you to mellow to do the deed with honey vanilla powder in corn starch. You can make honey dust that can double as lipstick. Lastly we we come to edible condoms. Perhaps the ultimate condom sales pitch comes from royal which promotes a product described as chocolate flavored. Ultra thin Premium lubricated all natural high-quality nontoxic gluten-free. nitro swimming free Vegan. Organic Latex in response to a customer question company said that lubricants are made of Food Grade. injectable safe silicone. And they're paragons and glycerine free. They say the condoms can be used for any kind of sex and they are tested three times before they're

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Biden, Sanders running neck-and-neck in Iowa

Ben Shapiro

09:34 min | 8 months ago

Biden, Sanders running neck-and-neck in Iowa

"Of Iowa we are just days away from the Iowa caucuses I mean it's happening on Monday so we just have days to to find out what exactly is going on here does your mom the poll that shows Joe Biden up to there's a simultaneous Iowa state Paul this is Bernie Sanders up five so what the hell is going on in Iowa well the answer is that so much of this is dependent on sample size so a lot of the polls right now are taking into account this suppose it bumped that Bernie is going to have among young people are gonna shop on ask maybe that happened maybe it doesn't a lot of the Iowa models are using sort of old polling methodology they're looking at sort of typical turnout models and those are the ones that seem to have Biden ahead but we have in the last in the last week we have six different balls Sanders plus one standard plus seven Biden plastics Sanders plus nine standard plus part five Biden plus two is out who the hell knows the answer is nobody does at this point no all of this suggests chaos is in the making here the Sanders campaign for its part is predicting Iowa is going to be a big win for him according to the Washington examiner Joseph Simons and writing Bernie Sanders his campaign it's been telling staffers expects to win the Iowa caucuses setting expectations high in the final days leading up to the February third concerts no one thing is true if Bernie does not when I what he's basically done the brain doesn't win Iowa is expected to win New Hampshire but that doesn't help him very much so it's a must win for Bernie at the same time it's kind of turning into at least they must compete provide right he has to finish a very close second to Bernie because if he's not finish close second Bernie and it hasn't been again a close second Bernie New Hampshire then it looks like Bernie has all the momentum going forward into that where there's very little polling data at this point during a campaign organizer meeting for staff members and volunteers attended by the Washington examiner last Friday leadership expert leadership explain they no longer believe they need to reach undecided voters instead volunteers are expected to examine data collected by the campaign to target existing supporters ensure they shot the day of the caucus Sanders is I will co chair Stacey walkers and I get in trouble and I say this I'm confident in win here in Iowa meanwhile vice president Joe Biden trying to expand his base of support they recognize that have a bad turnout operation the judge has a strong turnout operation of war has a strong turnout operation that is that is not great news frankly for Joe Biden at this point Xander's what when I want that definitely makes things very very complicated now does it mean that after I want him to know who the nominee is Charlie cook who runs the cook political report has a piece about this over at cook political that come today is gazing into a crystal ball for clues into the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination contest would likely reveal an exceedingly murky picture to begin with it's difficult to predict what will happen in the February third Iowa caucus in the February eleventh New Hampshire primary we know that every contested convention since nineteen seventy two has gone to a candidate the finish first second or third in Iowa and then either first or second in New Hampshire we also know that the last four democratic nominations have gone to the winner of the Iowa caucus theoretically at least that means in the next three weeks the rate should be down to two viable candidates but considering that for Democrats have claimed first place and I will pull in the last four weeks and the same poll the same four have been in first place in New Hampshire over the last four months maybe it's time to throw out this traditional yardsticks using the RealClearPolitics poll average of reason I will polling the gap between Joe Biden's first place on the twenty one percent and judges fourth place tally of sixteen point three percent it's just four point seven percentage points version seventeen point three percent Elizabeth warning sixteen point seven percent in between using the gold standard joint register CNN poll Sanders actually in first and there's a five point spread between the top four in New Hampshire the real clear politics spread between Sanders is twenty one point six and warrants at fourteen percent is seven point six percent would bite in second seventeen point six and judging third with fourteen point eight there's no gold standard in the granite state but Jenner's has outpaced the field and three of the five polls conducted this year Biden included judge each coming out on top in another compounding that uncertainties as Charlie cook is that with the state's using proportional representation on the democratic side we may see very little difference in the delegate hall now here's to intangibles pulling very clearly shows electability is a major factor for democratic voters trying to figure out who should run against president trump for now Biden is a clear beneficiary of that electability argument by now also hasn't been fundraising so here is my char a here's what Charlie cook says to conclude he says we're going to see two three or four candidates emerge from the first four states none was a meaningful delegate lead or momentum heading into super Tuesday more importantly none of the contenders save perhaps enters we'll have much money at all as this column has suggested before my gut tells me to watch Michael Bloomberg okay and this is one of the worries for the Democrats there were about bluebird rising right now there's a new poll in Florida it shows the Bloomberg is running second to Joe Biden in Florida right now in fact if you look at some of the later primary states Bloomberg is starting to chart by Bloomberg in fact is third in the betting odds he is now surpassing Elizabeth Warren and people to judge and that is because his drop something like two hundred million dollars in advertising to this point just pretty astonishing minute those are big big numbers and if Biden starts to fade that support is gonna go directly over to Bloomberg who by the way like if you're talking about who the most likely be trump Bloomberg's actually fairly high on the list considering that he is not anti capitalism he's not a wild eyed isolationist pro communist on foreign policy I he he's the one who makes the best case moderates Bernie obviously does not make that case is his campaign strategy would basically be turn out the base at the highest possible right but Republicans to say when yeah Bernie Sanders I think so Republicans keep saying yeah well this Bernie than trumps totally a walk over it right Kirsten sold Sanderson she's analyzing this interest as well they might want to wait on that according to Christian soldiers Henderson she says electability is a strange factor that requires voters to play the part of pundit giving out which candidate they believe can went on like a voters views on a candidate's personality a platform voters assessments of electability can be based on polling or what they heard some pundit or commentator say in their favorite magazine electability is hard to assess outside of well he's doing better in the polls there's quite a bit of evidence in favor of the idea that Sanders may not be electable even against an incumbent president with unusually high unfavorable and low job approval despite a roaring economy this evidence it says Kristen so the Sanderson nicely summarized by Jonathan J. eight points to the unpopularity of the label socialist and the fact that Jenner's well the number of policy positions that are themselves quite unpopular in change view Sanders presents a great deal of downside risk which is why choosing Sanders to be insanity but as Christians all to Sanderson I think there's some compelling evidence on the other side it was possible to bite would have a Clinton campaign two point oh coalition is working to assemble Sanders change the games or scheduling by pressing on some populous knows that could woo work it could will back working class voters might not be feeling the full benefits of the economic boom because most of the democratic field has embraced a major expansion of government into areas such as healthcare Republicans are likely to play worries about socialism in this election regardless of who the Democrats nominate and the polling that is being done basically asks the same group of voters whether they would like Sanders or trump or biting or from and that's not right just Kristin soul to Sanderson because if the electric for Sanders and providing is completely different she says I can consistently runs two points better than Sanders in hypothetical matchup in the latest from the ABC Washington post Washington post poll rather biting bats from by four Sanders it does so only by two fox news has Sanders running ahead of trump with forty eight percent of vote as by means of fifty these two point gaps are minimal or huge depends on how sick you think these numbers are and how tight you think electoral ultimately wind up being Sanders maybe a risky back but get it it's just too early to say meanwhile some bad news for Republicans apparently the Democrats are raising money and extraordinary rates house minority leader Kevin McCarthy in a closed door meeting of this conference on Tuesday according to the health and managing Republicans for insufficient fundraising telling the members what we're getting our **** kicked the stark message comes amid rising concerns that the Democratic Party committees and candidates are building a massive financial advantage seriously compromising the GOP's chances of reclaiming the house elections in November which of course is scary scary stuff is why the the Republican Senate races are going to matter an awful lot to know one thing that the impeachment hearings have done is they've actually taken Sanders off the campaign trail which in some ways is quite bad for Sanders another was quite good because Jenner's kind of sitting on a lead in the momentum right now meanwhile Joe Biden's other stumbling and bumbling around your mind actually came out in the last twenty four hours and that he needs a strong vice president because he's too old which I held a picture make when one of the chief critics of you is that you are bumbling and stumbling and senile one released for five people color we call on that is right in there right right one is the rest because only everyone shame on Williams yeah again this is not a strong pitch from Joe Biden and if you look at that crowd it's a bunch of oldies a little calling right now there's a vast gap between the older voters who show up not for **** is but for everything else and younger voters who may suffer Cox's but probably some for nothing else so really Bernie is betting that a bunch of young voters are gonna show up for him in ways they have not before it's a bad we're not

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"sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"A lot better than having no social proof. So yeah you once you've done dot com really is a great of launch pad for launching in other places. I absolutely agree with that. So let's corrupt back up here because I think we ought to keep bite-sized while it's like sure. Elsie meal-sized this is you know Americans lunch. Yeah Yeah Yeah so But the next one. We're GONNA talk about Louis gets a rare marketplace. I think we've touched on so Europe. I think that the main thing that interests me is I think Canada and Australia particularly Canada. The people don't talk about it very much. We'll Japan as well because these are places that I feel lamb. You know get ignored. So let's look at the Cinderella marketplace's next but for the moment I'm Kevin Thank you so much fuel very very helpful guidance on mostly getting North America over the gap against the UK. But it's it's not as big a deal you think. Everything's everything's pain and the last thing I would say is if you think Latino. USA is comfortable. Just because it's your country then I would say import taxes and trump and I would take sales tax and if you Google those ten minutes you'll know why that means it's way more complicated than various literally wait up way up in in some kind of context anyway. Thanks very much for your accent. Thanks for having me. That's it thank you so much for your attention a really appreciate it it now over to you I eighty twenty. Everything learned the critical few. Maybe there's one thing in this podcast that can make all the difference. Find that thing. Twenty percent of inputs inputs give eighty percent of the outputs which all critical view then take action. Imperfect action leads perfect inaction every single time..

"sanderson" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"sanderson" Discussed on Overdue

"Don't know at the time that that happened he'd been working on what he thought was would be the last book and like a lot of fantasy series he i mean it's kind of like game of thrones but i was always convinced that robert jordan was actually working on the books and whereas with joy yeah and still like the books in the universe and everything whereas george are martin like if he could if he could somehow be just wash his hands of the entire enterprise at this point i feel like he would well and also the wheel of time series just way longer even than game of thrones right like there's just more of it yes oh by the when he died the eleventh book had come out it was originally going to be three i think and then six and then like it just kept climbing climbing till is going to be twelve and he says okay this this twelve books going to be the last one even if it's two thousand pages long than he gets diagnosed with a terminal illness i believe in heart disease and he says you know i'm going to trauma best to finish it but in the event that i can't i'm going to get my notes and order somebody can come along in finish at the way i want it to be finished and that that person was brandon sanderson and he did pretty good job i think there are just like on a personal note i guess for you will time fans out there i feel like he didn't quite nail like some of the voices of of some of the characters but all in all did a pretty good job with it and then yeah i think that really elevated yes is his fate because those were all every single time one of those books came out after.

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"sanderson" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"sanderson" Discussed on Overdue

"Is the name of the brandon sanderson wicky yes dude has published between one and three novels and a ton of short stories and novel at s novellas i don't know what the difference is and thala gies and all kinds of other stuff but between one and three novels a year between two thousand five and now and that's and he's got announced that many announced works in twenty eight teen and into twenty nineteen well so i read that he teaches once a year a creative writing course at university i i don't want to cast aspersions on mr sanderson to believe that your story better be pretty good for him to actually pay attention if he's doing this much right i thought you were going to yes and maybe he is stealing the souls of young writer yes help him self right more because he wrote sula the sea witch situation where a lot of unable to write and he has claimed their story and he is got their their writing ability in like a clam that he wears out his neck or whatever there's not too much on him because his bank claim to fame is that he is a commercially successful prolific sifi fancy writer right yeah he did attend brigham young brigham young university for undergrad and graduate took a leave to go work for the mormon church in south korea came back and switch from biochem to english lit like you do yeah right those there's a.

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"sanderson" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"sanderson" Discussed on Overdue

"A show at noon with appointment television i think they have what eight bit diawara bit l y slash atv philly all lower case all one word come see us coming out it'll be fun time i'm gonna talk about right wall we're going on on them twitter's in them facebook's if you're coming so we know what to plan for also we wanted to really have no information at all about how many people are coming yeah no clue no clue it's gonna be fun anyway anyway i read another book i i'm doing a lot of reading these days on this on this podcast one of every one of us read the book and tells the other one about a book they've never had before correct and i have never before read the book missed born the final empire by brandon sanderson you've never read anything pipe brandon sanderson before right yeah don't accuse don't say like you're accusing me i'm not i'm trying to get i'm trying to get additional information sure squeeze the witness i have never read anything by brandon sanderson i don't know who he is i've never met him a likely source thanks to jake and kelsey to our patriot supporters who recommended this book for the show what do you know about brandon sanderson cop you if you know anything about brandon sanderson you have to tell me or or it's it's trapped trapped suburbanization was born in nineteen seventy five he's a super super super super super prolific scifi fantasy author man he's wicked prolific so i checked we pedia is like the structure of his bibliography page is a separate page from his regular page and it's laid out totally differently like organizes everything into like the fictional universe that it takes place or like the series of books at it takes did you see that the wikipedia page for the missed born series in the table of books also includes how long they are and how many chapters are into them yeah the wheel of time wikipedia page has pages in both paperback in hardback and then number of words which is wild but according to the coppermine which is the reference i don't understand but it.

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"sanderson" Discussed on Absolute Advantage

Absolute Advantage

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"sanderson" Discussed on Absolute Advantage

"An welcome to absolute at the show guaranteed to shorten your path to success we talked to amazing entrepreneurs and leaders at the top of their game and give you the tools to develop the advantage to lead succeed and make a difference now here's your host successful entrepreneur investor and master connector kelly hatfield back on everyone i'm kelly hatfield and as you all know on this show we aim to bring you strategies in incites to shorten your path to success and both your professional and personal life and our our goal here is that your walk away with at least one tip ideas strategy or insight that inspires you to take action and so i ask all of you as you're listening to be thinking of it from that perspective and have that intention around listening today on worse than poll pearls of wisdom that i could pull from that i could take action on immediately and so today our discussion and our focuses on doing the right thing and our guest today has made it his mission and to encourage others to do the right thing dave sanderson is an inspirational survivor speaker and author his thoughts on leadership had made him an internationally sought out speaker when us airways flight one five four nine or the miracle on the hudson as many of you may know it's ditched into hudson river on january fifteen two two two thousand nine dave sanderson knew he was exactly where he was supposed to be the last passenger off the back of the plane on that fateful day he was largely responsible for the wellbeing and safety of others risking his own life in the frigid water top other passengers off the plane despite the hazards to himself sanderson thought only of helping others and emerge from the wreckage with a mission to encourage others to do the right thing today he travels the globe sharing his inspirational and motivational leadership messages to help people make a difference.

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