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Fresh "Sara" from Rudy Giuliani
"From the RSC solutions dot com News desk Where Mark Arson main Ian will put you to work. I'm Sara Lee Kessler on 77 W A. B C Well, there's a lot of big vaccine news in New York, SUNY and CUNY requiring all students to be vaccinated for covert 19 before going back to school this September. To encourage more people to get vaccinated. Johnson and Johnson covert shots will be given out at Mt. A pop up sites. It's a one shot vaccination. Stop. Take a few minutes get the vaccine. Governor, Cuomo says The covert shot will be offered at large rail hubs, including Grand Central Penn Station, Metro North Austin, Ng.
Ghislaine Maxwell’s Sex Trafficking Trial Postponed
"The British woman charged with sex trafficking link to Jeffrey Epstein is getting her trial pushed back. Here's the BBC's Sara Lee Kessler jelling. Maxwell asked for the delay after she was hit with two new sex trafficking charges of federal judge in New York granted her request. So the former socialite will now stand trial in the fall instead of July. Maxwell, accused of recruiting underage girls for Jeffrey Epstein to abuse have seen committed suicide in 2019 while in jail in Manhattan on sex trafficking
Fresh update on "sara" discussed on Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot
"And currently right now it is well, it's a little milder than it has been over the last couple days is right now 55 in the city, 50 and Hunt Valley at 604 here. Latest news headlines for today. Family's there. Devastated following a shooting left the number of people dead in Woodlawn Saturday night, Sara Alcott Allah coat and her husband. He smiled. Quinton eah, shot and killed after the intruder broke into their home over the weekend there, son, Anthony a smile, quit India. Hold the Baltimore Sun They were loving and hardworking. Meanwhile, a cigar Jim are recently had graduated from college and moved to the Baltimore area. He was originally from rural the pole. He was shot and killed outside his home. One more erode at the Parkview crossing town homes in Woodlawn at the scene officer shot and killed an armed suspect, 56 year old. Everyone. Brown with a history of mental illness. Status governing the fewest covert cases that had in a single day since October 434 new cases of covert on Sunday, the first time they're fewer than 500 since March, the second and the fewest total Since October, the sixth in Maryland's governor believes American voters want lawmakers in Washington to tell them the truth, work together and get things done on NBC's Meet the press governor, Hogan says the GOP push to draw closer to Donald Trump isn't likely to broaden the tent. Of the party. We'll take a look at sports and lottery numbers. Next unlocked the possibilities of.
Australia Bans Flights From India Stranding Thousands of Citizens
"Is rapidly shutting its doors as virus ravaged India pleads for mercy and help there's growing pressure on state and federal leaders to lift the ban on flights from India, with thousands of Australians trapped in the Corona virus stricken country. With hundreds of thousands of new covered cases in India daily on the country's health system crippled some Indian Australians are calling for special flights to bring their loved ones home, Stephanie Smale reports. Maybe such Deb's husband is in India caring for his elderly father. She says The situation is dire, with food shortages affecting many parts of the community. People are saying that you know you could have all the money in the world, but you may not be able to have a meal on your table. You know, $34 days down the track because there are no essential services open and there's only so much food that is stored at home. Maybe such, Dave says she and her husband have lived in Australia for more than 30 years and run a business in Melbourne. She's devastated that her husband can't get home. You cannot leave. Those people stuck without thinking off assisting them. So I think they should have special flights which go in and extradite the Australian people and bring them back and they should have their quarantine facilities up to scratch so that these people can come back to their families. Indian Australian lawyer Rita Mitra is more pragmatic about the decision to suspend flights from India today. The former school Adoration for the government here has to be how do we protect the quality of life and the people that are in the country? Especially now that you know most of our population is not vaccinated. Meet the balancing act. You can't have everyone coming back in order, but similarly, you can't block Italian citizens from coming back forever.
New York City Subway Bomber Akayed Ullah Gets Life Sentence
"Who set off a pipe bomb in the New York City subway system, has been sentenced to life behind bars, locking him up and throwing away. The key would be suicide bomber. Okay. Ed Hula, sentenced to life plus 30 years for detonating a pipe bub strapped to his chest in the tunnel that connects the time Score subway station to the Port Authority bus. Terminal in December. 2017 Ola, a 31 year old born in Bangladesh, was seriously injured. Three other people suffered minor injuries. I'm Sara Lee
DMX, rapper and actor, dies at 50
"And Mount Vernon native DMX has died at the age of 50 years. WBC Sara Lee Kessler. Hip hop legend DMX born Earl Simmons died in White Plains Hospital today after being on life support for a week he'd suffered a massive heart attack, reportedly linked to a drug overdose fan stood vigil outside the hospital. He's one off log greatest rappers of all time. DMX was also an actor who starred in multiple movies. He leaves 15 Children. I'm Sara Lee Kessler
Yankees, Mets Get Permission to Open Stadiums to 20 Percent Capacity in New York
"Good news for baseball fans. Both the Mets and Yanks will be playing their home games in front of fans this year. Do you see? Necessarily? Kessler tells us all about it. Governor Cuomo says he'll allow 20% capacity at large outdoor stadiums starting April 1st. I mean Citi Field, 8300 and 84 fans. Yankee Stadium 10,850 fans. Al Leiter played for both the Mets and the Yankees and is thrilled when you play in front of a big crowd, and they're cheering you or bone you rock singer. Man, There's nothing like it. Fans will need to show proof of the negative covert tests or vaccination before attending games. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for 77. W. ABC
Some Conventions Could Return to Chicago's McCormick Place This Summer
"Summer as well. Illinois Democratic State Senator Sara Fagen hold says McCormick Place would be the perfect venue. Have a convention in Chicago. Well, adhering to the public health guidelines, a room that can hold 100,000 people and 20% of that is still a significant number people so very high ceilings, great ventilation. We're very fortunate and lucky to have McCormack place like an old throat in an op ed earlier this week for Crain's Chicago business on the subject. Earlier this week, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle announced rental assistance program for residents of Cook County
How Discord Could Disrupt Social Media
"In the pandemic demand for digital entertainment options has exploded and the startup. Discord is no exception in the last year alone. it's doubled. Its user base to about one hundred and forty million and it's nearly tripled its revenue if you've never heard of discord. It's an online platform where people can form spaces called servers and talk about different topics over audio text or video but unlike the established players in the social media space discord is supported by subscriptions not advertising and successful. It's model could be a blueprint for social media in the future so here to talk more about the platform is tech reporter sara nadelmann. Hey sarah thanks for being here my pleasure. So how do people use dischord and and how has that changed since it was started back in two thousand fifteen well just started out as a platform for video game enthusiasts to talk to each other while they're playing games so they could talk verbally. Strategize talk about what's happening on their screens or just shoot the breeze over time. It's expanded to other people who've used it for reasons outside of gaming just to chat and the form these communities dedicated to all sorts of topics like houseplants cryptocurrency are. There's a wall street bats community for example. Some people use it to talk about homework. So you can go on and say. I'm struggling with this math question. Pose it to the community and get an answer
Yoga Practice, Shifting to Online & Creating an Inclusive Space with Sara Jane
"Do you think your Your teaching has changed over the years from you know that time in your friends living room to where you are now in an online space he writes. Oh oh yeah well so much. Yeah yeah i was remembering that today. Actually that you worry atlanta why i practice classes i remember a particular moment where i gave instruction that was super awkward and everybody just kind of looked at me and did nothing because what i said didn't make any sense so that doesn't really happen anymore. Six years later. I've worked out the the accused that were and It's become second. Nature taught over four thousand classes. And so i don't really get those nerves that you witnessed that first class for shore on a lot of it is a feels like it comes really naturally. Because i've said the same things a lot but in terms of in other ways it's changed. Think i use to mount Might teaching is a lot more based on noticing what you're feeling so lass of trying to sort of like get different places with different poses and more using the practice of yoga as a a more of a self study noticing more of your inner landscape. And how you responded and react and how what actually your body is telling you now and it's it's very strange because you have to move away from this vulnerable personable Class setting into something that That might feel impersonal at at a glance. Because you're you kind of become a a person on a screen which is literally everybody right now and so One thing that you had mentioned in your line of questioning was was that shift and what that And how you could reframe your role as a teacher and How you reframed Student perspective as well. so what. what was that like that that yeah it is interesting And yet going from seeing people in person to on the screen I find in some ways. It's more intimate because i'm actually seeing where people live. You know like i can right now. I'm looking at you. And i can see your house and get some nice artwork on the wall and and when people used to come to the studio. They're coming out of their environment into my environment. And this is kind of switched it around where i'm coming into their environment and getting Another layer of insights into into them. And where you can go into a studio and you know you can just say hi and the student goes to mat or whatever some people are chatrier than others can't really do that in this medium you have to speak. And so i've incorporated into our classes. A sort of check in at the beginning where people say their name and now we're at a point where most people know each other and when i turn on the invite everybody ends during five minutes before the class i. I'm often doing other things and people are like. Oh hey you know june. Hi stacey and these are people who never knew each other before and so they're now having conversations and so. There's that sort of unfit illustrated conversation. That happens as well as I often ask a question or pose. Some sort of reflection that is going to tie into the sea of the class and invite people to share. What they what they think what their initial reaction is. What if we've been working with the theme for a while. How has it changed. So there's this more of a community aspect in my cost as now. I find that there wasn't chris and and it just felt like the right thing to do to sort of shift done a really good job. In yoga in the west of as yoga in one sense means union coming together and that can mean union with south and union as in community served on a really good job of the individualization part of yoga in in studios but not so much the community aspect. And so i find with online. That i've been able to take more of that community aspect and been having a really interesting conversations and reflections with the students
States drop COVID-19 mask mandates but still expect people to mask up
"Texas governor Greg Abbott, is dropping the state's mask mandates enacted during the pandemic. Starting today, businesses, including restaurants can operate at full capacity without restrictions from Texas Tech public media Sara Self wall Brick has more. A lot of people think that it's too soon to not require mask but Others insist that wearing a mask should be a personal decision and not a matter of public policy. So the governor's new order INS mandates that had been in place since last summer at it insists there are fewer people in hospitals and more people getting vaccinated. But it is worth noting that vaccinations air taking place at a much slower rate than elsewhere in the country. Sarah Self Walberg
Texas Lifts Its State-Wide Mask Mandate, Some Businesses Disagree
"As of today. Texans are no longer required to wear a mask. In public businesses restaurants included canal. Operate at full capacity without restrictions governor greg. Abbott announced the change last week. Despite objections from public health officials sarah self walbrook of texas tech public media joins us now to talk about the change in policy. Hi sarah good morning. I just explain how bad the covert situation is in texas right now. Yes the governor's new order ins mandates that had been in place since last summer at least somewhat helped texas. Is kobe situation. Abbott insisted there are fewer people in hospitals now and more people getting vaccinated although it is worth noting that vaccinations are taking place at a much slower rate than elsewhere in the country Texans are really split on whether the mask requirement should continue many think. It's too soon to not require masks but others say that wearing masks should be a personal decision and not a matter of public policy so now that there are no state restrictions on this it becomes a local issue right so howard different cities and counties responding one example. We've seen so far. I mean austin a local public health ordinance was established. Yesterday that will still require mask. Wearing the governor's executive orders specifically prohibits cities and counties from doing that. But austin city council in health authority found a loophole that they think allows them to no word yet on how the governor or other cities and counties will respond. What about schools. How how does this change schools. The texas education agency has allowed school board to decide what works best for their districts We've seen a handful that have ruled that mass will no longer be required but most districts are keeping their current rules in place through the spring governor. Abbott made his announcement last week at a mexican restaurant in lubbock. Which is where you are heard. You checked in on how that restaurant is planning to respond to the new policy. Which you learn. I did so. Owner rudy. told me yesterday that when he agreed to host the governor last week at his restaurant montelongo does. He did not know exactly what the governor was there to announce he had expected business capacity limits to be lifted but he was just as surprised as everyone. When the governor ended the mask mandate roselle has decided not to change how he does business so he's keeping his restaurant at about fifty percent capacity and will continue to require employees and customers to wear masks. He said it's up to each individual business and each person the responsibility for their health so really. This variety of responses is exactly what the governor intended with this new order. Sara self walbrook of texas tech public media. Sarah thanks thank you
New York City Man Shot Roommate, Then Two Police Officers In Brooklyn
"Vests credited with saving the life of an NYPD officer as second officer grazed by a bullet responding to a call at 42 Hawthorne Street in Brooklyn last night. That after police received a 911 call from a roommate barricaded in a closet after being shot. The suspects roommate called from a closet, saying he was hiding after being shot by his roomie and both legs. He's stable. So are the police officers, The suspect said. To be mentally disturbed, is under arrest. Undergoing a psych evaluation. County hospital. I'm Sara Lee
ASP's Favorite Things
"This is the advanced selling. Podcast list of tools gear people and things you need to be following things you need to have in the bag so analysts tools that we recommend people that we follow books that we read or listen to anything else. This is going to be a quick rapid. Here's they are not a lot of depth into them but you can go research them on your own but we get asked all the time. So what books do you read. What podcast you listen to what tools you use. Well we're going to tell you that in this episode. That's what we're going to do. So it's gonna be like a list big list and then you can go check them out and hopefully someone's gov a great tool. Thank you for telling me that. So these are in no order than no order. I've got him in order. Yes you want to put them in order now. That'll that'll take agree. So because i've got some. I've got some tools. Some software some gear some gear stuff than calling people. I follow so also kinda start. You bet software app that everybody needs to have on their chrome as an extension as crystal knows c. r. y. s. T. a. l. k. w. ws s. Crystal knows it's a preparation tool for any conversation. You have with someone. It essentially looks at their lincoln profile. Organizes there that information at finds into a disc profile which is a really easy to understand personality profile better than that though. It teaches you how to talk to them. That has a conversation coach. Based on what. I'm going to be talking to the person about and the modality that i'm gonna use to talk to them so basically says i need to email bill to make a good first impression and it gives you a little sound bytes based on bills linked in profile. And it's amazing. Everybody should use crystal nose. Crm s keynote abuse by the way none of these people were affiliated with right right. There's no need advertiser huge talked about talked about four and it's good good My first one is rev dot com read on com. Rav a dictation service Let's imagine you leave a meeting and you want to dictate A follow up email. You will describe your phone. Open up the revs. Aft- dictated now. You can do the same thing with siri but ravitch's really reliable Person on the. There's a human being you're actually dictates. Transcribes it if it's longer form it's probably better like if you wanted to Dictate an article or you think. There's a really good idea for an article you can dictate. Let them do it. And then come back and modify edited. But i think it's a great time saver it's about a buck and a quarter a minute so it's pretty reasonable. Chances are you're not going to have really long things you're going to be doing in there. But dot com is one of my favorite tools. Love it my next one. That i doubt a lot. Same deal no affiliation whatsoever. Huge fan of gong dot com. Many of you have heard of that. Were power users here at our firm and it is such a useful tool for coaching and for self evaluation of Sales conversation and you get data back from gung dot com. That talks about things you should and shouldn't do in the sales process. All based on data and artificial intelligence is fantastic. Gung dot com Recommend any sales leader listening to this to go check them out against affiliation with podcast so de fan big fan Might second one is A twenty dollar tripod. That i cannot all in on We're going to start doing some youtube shorts. I don't know if you're familiar with youtube shorts but They're all vertical. You see them on the shelf underneath your main youtube feed. So if you're on your mobile you'll start to see these. You're kind of wondering what they are. They're called shorts and they're less than a minute and but they have to be vertical. So you can do a short for youtube and also repurpose it on instagram. Or or one of the other verticals sites. But you need. You need a tripod. if you're going to do any kind of stuff like that. I think the days of holding it for certain things but if you're going to produce something that you want hundreds of thousands of people to see i think you need some kind of stable base for your found Tripods are easy amazing. How many how few people have them. Twenty dollar version is not a floor. Length just sits on your desk and it's really makes a real easy to record. I love twenty bucks on amazon twenty bucks amazon bills amazon link kidding okay. Here's i'm gonna go to people follow. I've got three people. One of them's kind of one of them comes as a package deal. I guys get him. David meltzer david meltzer. We've had David on the podcast Was a big time big time. Sports agent Unfortunately lost a an enormous amount of money and that incident actually changed his life the he would say for the better and he is one of the most giving talented Gracious humble smart intelligent coaches. You could follow if you don't follow david meltzer's shame on you. You'll find him anywhere online on instagram. He does free. Coaching sessions every friday every friday. He's doing something and just a really really great Human being everyone who listens to this show should follow david meltzer. Also i've never been on one of his Friday morning calls if you have i have. Yeah they're just they're just outstanding just outstanding he's so giving and he doesn't for free and they're usually maxed out because people love what he says to do. He just great fan. That's good. I've got one to follow here. His name is peter crone. Cro n e. You know peter. I don't yeah. I didn't either until i saw him on Saw him interviewed by aubrey. Marcus who owns on it. He founded the company called on its online and nutrition company but aubrey has a podcast. And it's one of those things you like. I don't ever heard of peter cronin. I'm not gonna listen to that. I'm gonna go with some. i thought. Well what the hell. Maybe i'll learn something and this guy is really good. He's a performance coach. Lives in england. just look up anything he does because he talks about the mindset and the mentalities at a whole different level than you and i are talking about him but i think you'll like him. Peter crown zero. Lots of lots podcast. That's the best thing about doing this drills get to learn all this stuff to see. Yeah i'm making a lot of notes. Bill my hand on my whiteboard over k next to follow for me as a married couple Very very successful married couple in great just human beings. My opinion jesse. It's ler and sara blakely sara blakely founded spanks. Oh yeah one of the most successful self made women in the world and jesse it's ler is also self made is in a He has a a thing called life. Resumes all about experiences. He's an ultra marathoner and those two together are comedic dual like no other. And they're they've got four little kids if you don't follow them on instagram. You need to follow both of them. They're just hilarious. They put out great content. Very inspiring people talk about them being like a billionaire couple. That seems just absolutely normal and down to earth. Because i think they are jesse it's slur. It and sara blakely follow them. Didn't jesse it's ler do some kind of a like a training challenge or something. He did went on. He does a cold plunge challenge. He's gone back. Hof is a guy on wim hof place for a cold you know. He's got to go plug lunch exactly but he does it. Lots of things around performance great. Yeah he just did a fifteen minute fifteen incline fifteen minute challenge put your treadmill at fifteen incline and run for fifteen minutes and see how far you can get. Wow at like last week while it's crazy. Yeah so yeah. I've heard of him. I don't follow him. that's good. that's good let's see Here's a book. That i sound really good especially for sales professionals who are looking to build their brand their personal brand. And the guy's name is chris. Ducker the rise of the new twra. Noor line entrepreneur new partner. It's been out for a couple of years. Might have heard of it. But chris i follow. Chris have been do a little bit of coaching with him. And he's really. His book is really good when it comes to building your personal brand Not like you're not like being a enter an instagram influence or in your in your brand in your business that you're in how do you portray yourself. How do you talk about yourself. It's really good. It's really good and it. It'll stretch you thomas. The book will stretch you. It's called the rise of the poor. Chris tucker. I would recommend that book. The book i'm going to recommend is a great life book but it will transfer into your sales life and one of my favorite books. I listen to this book. Called the book of joy and it's an interview with the dalai lama am bishop desmond. Tutu diamond desmond tutu. And they are both very very joyful people and have had lots of pain in their lives and they're interviewed by a reporter. Who just as a brilliant job. Just pulling out their life stories together intertwining it. And they talk about the difference between happiness and joy and fulfillment and It's a really really good heart opening a book. I found that will absolutely have you show up differently in sales life. The book of joy with desmond tutu the dalai
Car and van plow into NYC dining structure, injuring 8
"Eight people are hurt two of them. Children in a dramatic crash on the east Side of Van Driver plowed into a car at 50th Street and Second Avenue at 8 40 this morning. W A B C step Valentine is on the scene. The van driver plowed into an outdoor dining area struck a vehicle right across from me at 50th three, then continued down towards 49th Street, where he smashed right through a fruit stand hitting a light stanchion at the corner of 49th and 50th. As you can imagine Sara Lee there a lot of curiosity seekers here and the cause of this crash remains under
The COVID-19 social media infodemic
"Now the covid. Nineteen vaccines are pretty close to mass production in the us it is even more crucial to fight misinformation about them. That battle is going. O k twitter. This week said it will ban its users if they spread covid nineteen vaccine misinformation but only after like five strikes facebook last month said it would remove misleading posts on both facebook and instagram including removing accounts. Youtube has also said it banned covert misinformation but in all these cases enforcement is spotty at best topic for quality assurance where we take a second look at a big tech story. Sara frier is a senior technology reporter for bloomberg she says. These efforts are complicated. By the fact that some social media influencers are finding that vaccine. Hesitancy is a great way to make a little cash. It is not only profitable it is a means of selling products is profitable in terms of boosting a following. Getting people really interested in what you have to say but if you tell people you know. I don't think that you need to social distance. I think we just need to boost our immune systems so don't wear a mask instead. You should buy my proprietary supplements that will boost your immune system or instead i will charge you a limited time offer for what vaccine consultation and these people are not doctors and then we have to think as consumers of that information. Who are we listening to. Are we really thinking critically about what we're being told. And also how much harder does it make this problem. It's one thing to sort of be playing whack a mole with various types of misinformation. But you're talking about creators that have tons of followers that people really are attached if they disappear from these platforms then. There's a lot of backlash there is that i think there's also just a lot of coded language that gets used on youtube facebook's groups instagram wireless community i've seen when we're talking about vaccines especially in one of the big hashtags informed consent. That's not necessarily a controversial thing to say but it's a wink wink dear own research. Don't let anyone tell you what to think. Essentially don't listen to your doctor. A listen to me more than one hundred medical professionals simmons open letter to facebook saying that covid nineteen misinformation is prolonging the pandemic and costing lives. Is there a point at which you know. This is such a big problem for society for even facebook zone employees coming back to work for the economy that it actually does become impossible to ignore. I think we are approaching that point in twenty nine thousand nine hundred say. The world health organization already listed vaccine. Hesitancy is top ten thing on their radar for giant global public health problems like hiv nabala but now cove it has taken this conversation beyond just the normal set of people who think about vaccination is parents of very young children in into the mainstream into adults decision making about our own lives. You know this letter came out. People have been frustrated with the slow pace of enforcement of these policies facebook and instagram particular expanded. The type of disinformation that that the company would take down about a month ago. Have we seen any improvement. We've seen some high profile account removals at some of the biggest names who are spreading most obvious misinformation. Like i said this is now pervasive. It's not just about the group that was you know. Many thousands of members strong that was promoting an anti vaccine gender. It's about the local neighbourhood group where people are sharing tips about what babysitter to hire. But then they're also sharing their opinion on the vaccine in in. That is how this information is spreading now because it has become a little bit more of a mainstream topic of conversation. Everyone's thinking about the vaccine. Everyone's thinking about covid everyone's having these conversations now so. It's not just become something that you see as blatant medical misinformation channels which is what facebook and twitter are working to take down. It has really become something that is part of part of dinner. Table conversation part of Conversations among friend groups sends groups about various
Russian Court Clears Way to Send Navalny to a Penal Colony
"Moscow court has rejected Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny's appeal against his prison sentence. Or the details. We turn to correspondent Sara Bassett Navalny is an anti corruption crusader and President Vladimir Putin's most vocal critic. He had been sentenced to two years and eight months in prison for violating terms of his probation while recuperating in Germany from a nerve agent poisoning that he blames on the Kremlin, which Russian authorities reject. Navalny's lawyers spoke to reporters after the verdict. Of course, we will appeal further in accusation court The sentence stems from a 2014 embezzlement conviction that Navalny says this fabricated and the European Court of Human Rights has ruled to be unlawful. His imprisonment has fueled the huge wave of protests across Russia
US journalist held in Syria released by al-Qaeda
"Sara LD reports that Bilal Abdul Karim, US reporter held by an Al Qaeda linked group in Syria, has now been released by the schools in August last summer after he reported on a case of torture in one of the invention facilities that this group runs and apparently they were very upset by his reporting and the fact that he made allegations about torture. Against the British citizen in those attention facilities and he was arrested. Karim, a native of Mount Vernon, New York, has been living in the rebel held Syrian Northwest since 2012 Reporting on the Syrian government military campaigns against the rebels. There have been repeated reports of torture in the prisons of high out career al Sham, the Al Qaeda linked group that dominates the area. Local prominent figures had appealed to the militants to release him. News and
QFC to close two Seattle stores, blames city's new $4 hazard pay law
"And bullying. That's what one Labor Union calls QFC decision to close two stores after Seattle required hazard pay for workers during the pandemic. Com O Seu Romero has the story If any, Sanders with KFC says the mandate that certain grocers pay an extra $4 an hour accelerated their decision to close to underperforming stores in Seattle on 15th Avenue on Capitol Hill and 35th Avenue in which would we're doing our best to really provide for our associates and Provide the things they need. So they have been getting appreciation paid and bonuses and rewards of since March. Sara Charon is with the union local 21 representing grocery workers. Kroger's intent seems perfectly clear. They are announcing these closings to try to intimidate any other local communities from passing hazard pay. She testified before the King County Council, which is following Seattle and considering requiring groceries to pay workers extra hazard pay. Sue Romero, come on use gentle council member, Theresa Mosqueda released a statement about the store closures, calling the move disappointing, adding quote Grocery workers have had to cover emergency shifts, pick up extra responsibilities and are five times more likely to contract Cove. It she went on to say these workers should not be pawns in a game of chess.
What to know about COVID-19 variants
"Sara lee help editor at the guardian things almost felt positive towards the end of last year. We thought cave nineteen mutated. Pretty slowly and we have potential vaccines but it feels so grim again now because of these different variants. Can you explain this to me. Biologically what is actually happening to the covid. Nineteen virus. Well the virus is doing what viruses do they adapt they mutate in order to survive. Basically so we're finding in fact transmission is greater with these variants. On the whole the mutations were seeing are on these spike protein now. That's the bit of the virus that we've seen lots of pictures of is sort of sticks out and did attach itself as the mechanism by which detaches itself to the human cell. Of course i want to really worry us was what we call. The kent strain vote globally. I think they call it. The uk strain. Tell me how it was different and what we know about whether the vaccines work against it. This variant is just has. Lots of mutations is not just one. It's not just two. There are as many as twenty three mutations. The effect of those mutations has been to make it a lot more transmissible than previous ones new analysis confirmed that the new variant of corona virus. A much quicker transmission rate than the original strain. So this was where we noticed that the case numbers were going up massively during the lockdown in that area of the country in kent Which was a total surprise. And that's how they knew that there was a problem. There was immediately concerned that the vaccines might not work against these variants. The very good news though was that the kent variant still was very susceptible to the vaccine but just as we felt a little bit better about the scary prospect that we were suddenly talking about was the south african variant. I'm very worried about the new south african variant that we've seen and that's why we've taken the very robust action to stop flights from south africa. What do we know about that. We know that the south african variants got a whole load of mutations. Just as can't one did but some of these seem to be more problematic even one in particular called e. four eight four k sometimes nicknamed eric or each. They call f for eight four k and escape mutation because it's much better slipping partner. Antibodies changes the spike protein. So the immune system has been trained by the vaccine we've had based on the earlier variants is less likely to recognize. Kill the virus. And this escape mutation or eric eke that you're telling me about. It isn't just limited to the south africa variant is. We've had pretty troubling news hair this week. Yes this is something that really is worrying the experts so public health england has found that there is the mutation here in the uk and it's is attached to the kent variant. Which of course is very transmissible. So they've got really nasty combination so we've got quite a number of cases of this a couple of dozen probably around the i think it started in the bristol area and there are some cases with each in the original virus around the liverpool area
"sara" Discussed on Work Matters With Ken Coleman
"This work matters with bestselling author and syndicated talk. Show host ken. Coleman it's tuesday november. Twenty four all right so Fun thing we were teaching each day this week. I want to teach from the life of a man or woman who's very very successful but all you know about largely is their success and you think at times it. They're so successful. They're so different from us but they're not. They might have more zeros in their bank account than you more. People may know their name but they're not different from you. How female billionaire spanked rejection. Figured out who i'm talking about. I've had the pleasure of interviewing her and her husband. So i know them really great people. Her name is sara blakely one of the first female billionaires certainly the youngest female billionaire in history. She is the founder and ceo of a brand called spanks guys. If you don't know what it is your wife or girlfriend. Does they'll tell you about him and the story goes what you don't know about. Her journey is that she was on a path to become a lawyer but she scored low on the l. sat which is the law school entrance exam scored low and as a result felt like. This isn't my jam. Now listen to a couple of parts of the story. This is one she realizes. I'm never good at this. I'm not going to be my head up against the wall to try to get a status job and a status career that everybody will think is impressive. I'm i'm gonna go different direction. Great choice she then moves on as she's beginning to wander a bit goes through several dead end several failures. She finally gets a job as a sales person and she was wearing hose. Well the stories really awesome but she realized one day that she had an outfit on that. She felt like she needed some more support. Ladies underneath the old pantsuit and so because she'd been wearing hose she realized could cut off the bottom of the hose and where it underneath the pants. And it'll give me that little extra support that i want and it worked and became an idea. She was like this is an idea. But some of your going well. That's brilliant brilliant. Nobody else thought it was brilliant but her start telling me about it some other people some other ladies and they're like this is brilliant so what she do. She drives to north carolina. Where a lot of the hosiery mills are in the united states and she starts going around knocking on doors if you will. And these manufacturing places and she's pitching her idea. She was turned away by everybody. Everybody was like you've gotta be kidding. Me more rejection. Two weeks later she gets a call from one of the male mill operators. Who took the idea back to his daughters. And they're like dad that's brilliant so he listens to his daughter's call sara blakely says let's talk. She went through several different iterations and a lot of failure. Just trying she just got one due to go all right. I'll produce what you bring to me. But then she had to actually produce it with him and worked through it and test it so much failure in that process for her. She never went to business. School never took a business class. She just figured out that there was a problem that she had. She came up with a homespun personal solution to it and thought bet. There's a better way to do this to solve a problem that i had for a lot of other women now. She's a billionaire. But here's what i want you to hear. She's only a billionaire because she. I decided to take her idea to somebody. She had the guts to just drive to north carolina. No appointments and start knocking on doors. Then she had the guts to not quit and keep going keep staying with it in that two week period. She didn't shut the idea down. She didn't say nope that's it. She could have when that mill operator calls today. My daughter's thinks this is a great idea. I'm willing to help you create this. She could've said you know it's a stupid idea. Thanks for calling. I'm going to do something else she didn't and i don't have time to break down the story of how she eventually got it into neiman. Marcus and some of the crazy gutsy things she did. She put herself out there to be rejected. She faced rejection then. She had to go to all these department stores and she kept getting rejected. They're finally got neiman marcus to do it but she had to put herself way out on the end of the diving board. Some of you aren't doing what you know you're supposed to do simply because you don't want to face the sting of rejection and i got news for you. Sara blakely had to eat rejection morning noon and night didn't put catch up on it. Whatever she had to put on it she had to keep eating it. Because there was no way to success without rejection. Don't think for one second your idea. Your dream is a complete moonshot. And that you're gonna need a miracle to get there. You keep thinking that way you will act that way and you will sit on it until you're dying day but if you refuse to be deterred and discouraged by rejection you'll get there. Don't think you're alone. You the only person with a big idea these men and women that we talk about. They didn't get there because they're better than you. They got there. Because they're more stubborn than you. You need some good old fashioned stubbornness. I will not quit. That's where success begins. We don't even see it but it is the seed of success when we say i believe it must be done and i'm supposed to do it and no matter what anybody says. I am going to try it and i'm gonna learn from that. I will let my effort determined my direction. I will let my effort determine my investment. Not what other people think and not what other people say which by the way when we're worried about what other people think and say i got news for you. That's all in your head. They got their own issues. You think they're walking around thinking about how. How the. Ken coleman show is going to succeed or fail. You've lost your ever loving mind. They don't care they get their own stuff. Stop worrying about what everybody else thinks. And says what do you believe. What do you say. I would tell you that in my life and probably in your life the number one voice you have to be careful of is your own voice because this the one you hear the most if you like what you're hearing make sure to subscribe and share work matters with a friend for help on your career journey. Listen to the ken. Coleman show podcast part of the ramsey network..
"sara" Discussed on The Thrive Global Podcast
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"sara" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"Is off. It's your host elliott and horn. Welcome back to the talk house podcast on this week. Show a fantastic conversation. Teagan and sara chop it up with one of their my and our producer marks faith newer bands dead when we saw that. Sarah was tweeting repeatedly. About how much. She adored the group. We knew a talk house. Combo was in order to help me set up the show. Joining from the city of wind is josh modell executive editor. What is up elia. Hey man you guys have fallen chicago yet. It's cold and chilly. Can i make a quick public service announcement before we move further into this conversation. Please do good sir. The band's name is dead. It's spelled d. e. hd in case you wanna google it yes and you will want google it because these guys are fucking fantastic. Agreed josh a funny thing. I was friendly with emily from dead before either of us knew that the other was in the music game and mild band. Scotland yard gospel. Choir has played teagan. And sara. So i knew a lot of the main players in this conversation and damn also so happy to see them come together. It's wonderful as peanut butter and chocolate to use a halloween style. Metaphor with josh drop. Some knowledge about those twins honest men well as you said. Teagan are identical twins. They're from calgary alberta canada and they've been making music together since they were teenagers. They've steadily risen to become pretty big stars. I mean they play huge places. I think one of the mentions in this talk that they've played for one hundred people and played for hundred thousand people kind of casually dropping that pretty awesome they currently reside in vancouver british columbia and in case people know they're also queer icons who founded the teagan and sara foundation whose mission is to improve the lives of lgbtq women and girls over the years teagan and sara have collapsed with some incredible artists from against me to mark mothers. Baugh cindy lauper to taylor swift to the flaming lips and we cannot forget. They had a pretty big hit with the song. Everything is awesome from the lego movie that track featured the lonely island. They have had incredible lives and careers which they have documented. They have a book out of memoir called high school. They came out late last year. The paperback version just came out and the release paired with an album called the. Hey i'm just like you. Which songs based on demos. The pair wrote way back when they were teenagers. I love that they did that. Josh they re recorded some of their early song that there were a little nervous about going back to as you'll hear in this conversation now. Let's take a listen from that album. Checkout.
"sara" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Oh My goodness a store you would only hear from a hockey player. I know it's horrible and then I went home. The long story short is I couldn't go find quirky NAMIC. I do wonder and I'm going to tell Monica thing which he's told here. So I'm not I'm not talking about school, but Monica had an interesting experience in high school where she didn't think any of the boys liked her debt. I disagree. I'm whatever I'll tell you her story. No boys liked her. So her trick was to like people that were so blatantly out of her league whether they were older or they were the football star, it was subconsciously but intentionally picking people that could not ever be a possibility so that she wouldn't have really get rejected by them really because if they don't like you, you're like well I brad. Pitt. So obviously, right. So I just curious at this point you're probably aware that you're a lesbian and are you may be picking people so it seems like Oh yeah. I like guys to I like this guy. Is never going to like me so I don't have to ever confronted, but I'm expressing like a guy do you think any of that was going on? No, I genuinely liked him. Yeah. I. Genuinely Had A. Crush on him. Okay. Great. I was wrong. Makes lots of theories here. I'm open I'm open to any theories. Theories based solely on her life experience or I learned to project through her I always knew how to project for myself, but now I not dry to do it through. Monica..
"sara" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"So we've decided that perhaps I'm going to start waking Monica up with some light calisthenics I imagine it's how they wake up. Kim Jong Hoon. Get he's as that little baby sitting in bed. He doesn't want to get up and be a dictator. Come in like flap his arms and get the blood moving and moving had left and riot blood flow. It is so weird to think like he goes to bed at night I in pajamas. Suspect he sleeps for like fourteen hours a night he is. To Rip Toned Baby Shape Yeah Yeah Oh that's diminish any of atrocities happening in the human rights not at all no. Okay. Sara. Yes sir. Okay. Sir Be. Okay. So Sarah's from you Rica you said you stayed there but you couldn't remember wear thought it was some sort of coastal place he said on no right. You know the more I was talking to her the restaurant part is definitely accurate. We might have stayed like on the coast then drove into Eureka morning to head up to Oregon and I think we've driven through Eureka eaten there few times I don't actually know that we've stayed in a hotel there. Don't you sound like a specific hotel that? You love no way we spice it up every time like sometimes we've taken the coast. We'll make two days of it and we'll go up through redwood city and then out onto the water, and then up the Oregon let Koos Bay, and then we'll come back sometimes we go up towards Napa Valley and stay at that really Nice Hotel Calistoga ranch out and then continue up you know I'm a novelty addicts. So I just want some new experience on the same thousand mile drive that we do often centrist a little counterintuitive for me because I want to get places so fast well now I mean you also like Sandra how? Is Very conflicting you're right. It's like what I do is I, want to go to all these places and but then I wanna eat at the same restaurant eight there last time Mike I want to go back to enchantment. So fucking bad until it's all I've been thinking about for two weeks. A hotel SEDONA that we went to when you were doing top gear and I wanna eat then hamburger every single they were there to I want to sit by the pool and eat that hamburger every day that places fuck. I cannot encourage people more than a go to enchantment in Sedona, and that's where we recorded with rob corddry. Yes. Bobby you know when he was back home in Boston room of Bobby. Baidu? Yes. We had one episode of top gear. We were using heavy machinery..
"sara" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"I was like oh no. Do you really do this? Every morning got damn near an hour. Okay, hold on. That's exaggerating. Get ready like going out again like you have. So these are problems that could be solved with money. Well, you tell her. Album like literally by dream is just a yard at another toilet and. We've got to bathroom money. By I had actually started working for the first time in ten years I had started doing jokes about what on stage I'd never talked about him on stage before. He and one of the areas I talk about is that we sleep in separate bedrooms. And we have two bedrooms and when we realized that are, we're so much happier for not sleeping in the same bed. It's. Like since you've lived together like always. Wanted to know the first. Four or five years of being together, we lived in a one bedroom in Brooklyn. and we had a queen size bed. And and then a lot of times he would just fall asleep. We were. We have different hours. Yeah, you know he's a night owl. An I go to bed earlier right? We're right. You have to night terrors. I get I get woken up by him coming in the room and I'm like freaking out. Thinking I'm being killed Oh God and it's disrupting my sleep and he snores and leg all of this stuff, so we moved out here. It wasn't intentional. We had a guest room. Guest. And he would like fall asleep on the couch or fall asleep in the guest room, because that kind of became his office, and We just it just sort of organically happened were more and more. He was sleeping in another room for the whole night. I was like I. Am doing so much better. And, we just were. Like we kind of panic sometimes when we go travel somewhere to sleep in the same. I. Don't we? We, we do find, but we we never. We have to sleep in the same room. It's totally fine, but like we just. There's no shame behind it. I wouldn't want to tell people because I was like well. That means there's something wrong with us. But, but we're so much happier. So why would anyone care? Right and I make jokes about it on stage I'm like you know it's an haven't done. Stand up so long. Please let me tell this Joe. Like. Okay, I'm trying to remember it now. So sleeping in separate bedrooms perfect if one of you. SNORES. Like a beast, and the other is a beautiful angel that never makes a sound smell. You know and then go on. Sleeping veterans works if one of you is this one of you is this and. One day will stand up again. What. People are doing it, but I am not one of those people. I mean I've been doing some zoom, but like I don't call. They're doing standup. You know that's something else. Yeah, yeah I'm not becoming a youtube star. Rights. It's called becoming a twitch streamers. I don't know, but I'm just like. That doesn't seem normal to me. It's not we do our show now on twitch and I'm just like what like even when I do it I'm like twitch dot TV. I, you know. I mean like I never get here. I'd never thought I'd be telling you to watch. Twitch Dot TV slash couples therapy Bob. Andy Do have another question for Sarah we do. This one so I wanNA start off a little softball softball right Oh. Here's what we call. A doozy Oh my God when people come through at twenty paragraphs. You've read post. The asshole. Anonymous this Costa? At Our g mail account couples therapy DOT COM. Earlier this month. Anonymously my boyfriend and I have been together for nine years, and we've been living together for one. I moved into his house. Okay, okay, he keeps telling me. He's depressed, but he's not making an appointment to talk to anyone about it. He told me I was depressed as well so. Seeing virtual therapist about six months ago or so. I've had a few losses in my life. My brother and my father so I believe he's right about my being depressed. I feel bad about him. I feel bad for him, but I have had to shoulder most of the activities to keep our heads above water on the house like dishes. Dinner cleaning up after making dinner sweeping feeding the cats, litter boxes and slowly cleaning up the trash on the back deck. That was here when I moved. ooh! Also so she moved. She moved right. His House and the back porch was full of trash and there was an issue. Yeah, we both have a lot of stuff and I still haven't been able to unpack much from when I moved. Because there's not much space and a lot of my stuff is in storage. And a lot of his stuff as well. He's working a little right now, but not much. Since he has a ten month position at a university, I have a higher stress and more demanding job. At. He's often criticizing me for working too much, okay? Boy! There's almost in in long emails. There's almost always a point where we go. No not getting any better. I have deadlines to meet and want to make sure I meet them because I'm a consultant and have a contract. Keep well of course. I. Guess my question is. How do I help him out of this order? Start helping make.
"sara" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"And one way you could definitely help me as you can donate to my campaign because then I we'll be able to spend more time knocking on doors and less time doing phone calls to raise money. the other way that if your local and you could help me as you can sign up to volunteer here from my website we have all kinds of ways to get involved We do a very great. I'll just say I don't like to use the word aggressive. We have very strong postcard writing program that we do We we like to reach out to voters postcard. We also like the whole house parties on. That's a really effective way to get to talk to more voters. If someone volunteered they could just join us for your parade and different types of events. pumper stickers. It's very grassroots. Very person to person type of campaign and we have all kinds of people in our campaign. We've have little kids all the way up to our our our oldest volunteer that knocks on doors with me who has an incredible canvasser on the eighty five years. Old So We each. We're very family friendly campaign and we're we're actually mostly most of us are women not all of us but many of us are women and we you know we have a really I think a very approachable and positive campaign so we would love to have more people and Bob with us. Excellent we will put links up on our website so people can find that information. Is there anything else that you would like to make sure that we talked about today. There's one thing I do want to let you know one of the things things that that's a really big issue In Ohio and all over the United States right now is and it's not something that people talk about very much but the suicide rates are extremely high in in Ohio Ohio now has the leading cause of death for children ages. Ten fourteen is suicide and this is a really massive concern on. There's probably a lot of reasons for that That aren't being discussed in and we and I think we need to do more of that but one of the things that I did when I ran for state Senate was I introduced a bill with another Woman Who Surname is Nancy Miller and she actually the director of an organization here in Cincinnati that works on mental health and school and we introduced a bill to include include mental health into health education in Ohio school And the reason that we did that because we are learning our our children learning about their physical health winning about their bodies and how to keep themselves healthy and just different aspects of their of their of their health but mental health that are not uh not included in health education There's only a few states in the. US that actually have that. Virginia New York are to that recently. Did that and they would like to see Ohio Ohio. Do this because we believe that if we start to teach children about their own bodies and on mental health and wellbeing to teach them resiliency and things like hey. Let me go outside and run and play at recess. It helps us feel better right. Or if we're feeling sad you know talking about feelings and things like that. It has had a lot of impact that we can really make to reduce those levels and we really believe that there's really good evidence evidence based programming that we can having to reduce those trade. So that's one thing that I You know I'm working to reintroduce again in this legislature and ironically There are two legislators that are jointly. Really offering my bill and we're working on getting more sponsors and one of them is my opponent So I not gonNA stop talking about mental health and mental illness. I'M NOT GONNA stop talking about disability. It really impacts people and if we do better for people who have disabilities we're doing better for everyone everyone needs this and I'm that's that's why I'm that's why I'm here and I'm gonNA keep trying to come up with ways to help you better make better policy in our state if I'm elected in the legislature in Ohio. I'll excellent Sarah. Thank you so much for talking to me today and thank you so much for running for office. I know that it's just a ton of work to do on top of. Is Everything else that you do that. We're so grateful for people like you who are stepping up and running. Thank you very much to thank you for highlighting and telling our stories and letting us have the chance to speak about it so I appreciate you having me on today. Thank you so much. Thank you for listening to two bras talking. POLITICS PART OF THE DIM cast. PODCASTS is network. Our theme song is called. Are you listening off of the album. Elephants shape trees by the band..
"sara" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"sara" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Doing something bad and I think I had sort of protected myself from her because I was afraid of her in some ways and I think also I felt betrayed by her. When I was coming out in you you know I read about this a bit in the book at the end of the book but Mike Coming out was very challenging with my mom and she had been such a cool parent very openminded it went back to university and college as an adult had brought idea like racial justice and social justice and like we talked about gay people people who she was a really advanced forward thinking feminist woman and yet when I came out we struggled and she was she didn't handle it. The way that I would have imagined she was going to handle it knowing that she was so open minded and had this kind of like gay people are fine. There's nothing wrong with being gay and then I came out and she she was really mad. She was really disappointed that I hadn't older and we really struggled and we had a very difficult time and I felt mad at Teagan for not supporting me yeah. I couldn't tell reading the book while she was mad at you for lying to her because she had asked you if you like girls and you're kept denying it and if she was mad at you well if she doesn't matter you for having lied to her and upset because she knew things might be harder for you because you're a lesbian or their shows just upset that you're lesbian and you know. I think it was a lot of things I think it was that I had lied to her. I think that there was an angry reaction like perhaps she realized oh I could have been supporting my kid differently and maybe there was a a guilt or a or regret in in in the way that she responded you know she and I obviously now have repaired that that part of us that was damaged by that my coming out but you know she would probably tell you today that a big part of her anger was that she was was mad that I didn't tell her that I had lied to her that I had that she had done the good parent thing and sit down and say hey. I think you might be having feelings for girls. You can tell me and I was constantly saying no and I think you know what I've I've. I've said this to her now as an adult many times and I know it's really hard to forgive herself for the way that she she that she treated that experience at the time when she would say to me. I just don't understand why you wouldn't tell me what did I do wrong. What could I have done differently and and I think what's important for for me to tell other parents and other people is that I couldn't tell anyone because I couldn't even admitted to myself. I did not use the language I'm gay or I'm anything I was. I was utterly terrified to define myself using in those words and so even when my mom was coming to my room and saying hey you can trust me. I'm on your side. If you're doing this. I want you to tell me that would have required wired me having a conversation with yourself and I just was you know I was taking drugs drinking denying denying tonight I was I was so afraid I was running in the opposite direction direction from the truth and so you know my coming out was painful because I sort of had to I had to come out to a lot of people including myself at that time. Even though I had been having had almost four years of relationships with women and in some ways teagan again because I think I knew teagan was always was about to have her own. I'm coming out again. I was afraid of her. I was in some ways. I was taking on the the emotional labor of coming out for both of us and I resented her because I knew she was. GonNa have it way easier and she did years. UK headed easier. Yes I do agree that. I had an easier my coming out happened almost a year later and I want I'd also didn't really use the words you know just showed up with what was obviously obviously my girlfriend and everyone in my life was like okay so you're also gay and my mom. I three months after dating this woman going to move to Vancouver and move in with her and my mom flew in Couva and bought me a couch and a pot set and I felt Sarah's very very very puttable resentment at the way that that went down you know. Sarah took the initial blast for sure my guests are the musical duo teagan and Sara. They're identical twins. Their new memoir has called highschool their new CD comes out Friday after a break the tell us about going on tour with Neil Young when they were twenty and what was like to be queer we're identical twins in the music world in the late nineteen ninety s and David Being Cooley will review evil a new show from CBS which he says is worth checking out. Here's a song by Teagan and Sara from their twenty thirteen album heartthrob. I'm Terry Gross and this is fresh air.
"sara" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"sara" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"sara" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"sara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Sara dallin he noted brood blood moon rules with clouds and breaks more info about an old guys it's broader prueher's ribs in hollywood go ever for a bird no the captain for it by god andrew landed by leftarm dog to die tom two of their audience how long bob show soon amri body knows by leonard cohen this is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i'm amy goodman with naming share our guest for the hour is steve call author of directorate ask the cia in america secret war snuff anniston and pakistan we chose that music break leonard cohen's everybody knows everybody knows the dais are loaded everybody rolls would their fingers crossed everybody knows the war is over everybody knows that the good guys lost because it's the epigraph of this book why steve did you start with us roads grit it's a great lyric but the reason is because there is a character in the book a scholar of afghanistan who tried to advise the obama administration about negotiations with the taliban and with regional governor governments name barney rubin and i interviewed him and i was interviewing him at one point and i asked him well what we're doing on the day that uh that bin laden was killed in abbotabad parkistan and he said while i was in kabul i was in a meeting and i was listening to the uh briefers drone on and i was riding in my notebook and i just wrote down these leonard cle x and this was the the day before may one and i just add that always that scene of of him this kind of bearded scholar writing down the leonard cohen note senate in the middle of a tedious embassy meeting just seemed like a pretty good uh stayed with me so then i chose that those lyrics as the upper grow well that scholar of course was barney rubin forget who worked for for years with their shit holbrooke and now earlier you were talking about why it's so important that afghanistan's the countries surrounding upon us on are crucial to any kind of a settlement and one of the key things i mean your book is after all a taken from the title is taken from a branch within interservicesintelligence in the intelligence service of pakistan it's long been clear to the americans setbacks done is absolutely central to any resolution of.
"sara" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"sara" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"sara" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart
"Sara back does not does happen to last couple of questions for you as you think about brands are or companies are are causes with attractive to you these days what are you following what you think is interesting eu it's hard for me to follow anything very deeply and i think that's one of the challenges of our age i come from a background of being athletes i've always been interested in sports so i follow lot of sports brands and teams both in media and culture and broadly it's really hard for me to go in depth eminem paying attention to a lot of things but i find it hard to pay attention too much in a very deep way i think it's a factor of our culture and the fragmentation of our media landscape when i was twenty two years old i actually wrote a letter to a guy who worked it cbs who is head of programming cbs were close to being at a program fairly wellknown guy named peter toward reaching in your hands i took the network prime time viewing calendar and i said i wrote than this letter to peter here's what i think you need to do at cvs to be more competitive out of the blue di created this programming schedule and he called me while he called his assistant called me at my parents house he wanted to talk to me and i was in shock i in long story short i never talked to pete turkish she.
"sara" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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