17 Burst results for "Sarah Jackson"

"sarah jackson" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"In a way. That hadn't happened before right. And so god it's no she. She hears the boy's name she's like you know she can't find any news about it so she looks it up. She was it and all. The news is on black twitter. Everybody's talking about this kid. Trayvon martin has been shot down in sanford florida and she was twitter. Blacks was sort of the first place to amplify what was happening. Trayvon martin and all the tension around on his killing. I think it's really transformational in a way. Because it's the first instance of sort of now what we consider hashtag activism right. So the killing trayvon martin is when we first see the hashtag black lives matter appear on facebook and then it shifts over to twitter where it becomes a sort of fuel to push the movement forward in. What's interesting is that that did affect how mainstream media started covering these kinds of events. Right one of the people you speak to you. i'm tracy clinton who's the podcast host of strong black legends said. I knew that i couldn't trust white. Media for shit the importance of people at the protests being able to capture footage documentary was going on. It's priceless priceless. Because the media has such an influence over how people think and how people feel and how people see black people and at that point. I think in the oral history. Clayton is talking about ferguson. But what you're describing right the hashtag people live streaming and sharing photos and videos on twitter. I mean that really affected. I think the relationship between twitter or online media. And more of like what. We'd consider mainstream right. Tracy hit it right on the head right so we have seen this in the news before plenty of times with katrina when they said we were looting and so i think this was an instance where the news we can make the news for ourselves. There was this sort of forest and bias ethic right. It's like we're down on the ground. We're reporting we can get to the news to our people. In a way that we know is true and honest there's emotion behind it there's heart behind it but this is what we're seeing and this is true and twitter was the perfect platform for that at the time right and so the summer of twenty fourteen. We fast forward a year a little bit right. We have eric garner. Who was killed in new york with. I can't breathe know. Get the hashtag. I can't breathe and then a month later. We have michael brown. Which is the huge galvanizing moment in ferguson. That really really shifts twitter to the sort of social justice platform that people. Now use it for you know one of the things that Really mobilize people behind. The killing of michael brown in ferguson was visual evidence. Right like twitter was is and was a real time platform. Where you know. Most people now have the algorithm view. That just shows you things that are coming in from From anywhere that have engagement that maybe a couple of hours old but at the time you know most people were looking at twitter and they were seeing the most recent tweet and you had first person eyewitness accounts from some of michael brown's friends and neighbors you know there was visual evidence and they were all posting visual evidence to twitter. And that was something that really Really kind of mobilize people. Yes so one of the early all the early early early sort of evidence in tweets were from his neighbors from the community in ferguson. Right sarah jackson. One of the people i spoke with. Who's the co author pack activism. She was saying how the very first image that sort of cross people's timelines was taken by neighbor of michael brown and it was saying. Hey somebody's been shot out my window. He's on the street and something that you know things are happening. People need to pay attention to this and because of the sort of nature of black twitter where people such riff on things that people have tweeted. It starts you know. The tweet sort of disseminates from there and gets out to the larger community and people are genetic l z. Who doesn't let exactly in in ferguson. But you know. She's one of the huge ferguson activists. You know somebody. Deemed tear was like neta. Hey you know. There's something happening in my community. I think you need to see this. And it's something she said to netted at talked for a long time. She's great She summoned she sets me. She was you know we were all just community members. We are houses but we were angry. We were upset and we went out on the street and we just wanted to document what was happening to us. Right as invest the real power of twitter and black towards like it gives people a platform to get their voice out there in a way that all these other social platforms weren't doing another woman you interviewed for the oral history. Silvio bell pointed out that black lives matter was the first civil rights movement named after a hashtag as twitter has become so much more influential or even consequential in the face of these incredibly violent acts against the black community. How has that hashtag helped capture or define the ideology of this moment in time. i think it's really hashtags. Have been super super transformational. In the way that we convene. In the way that we congregate in the way that we mobilize. i think. Maybe that's maybe one of twitter's biggest impacts across all of culture in general right we use hashtags now for everything but i think it was really central to the movement that was catalyzing twenty. Thirteen and twenty fourteen. Because as wesley lowery's kind of explained to me i was trying to make sense of it a little bit because you had all these different separated killings right. So you had with eric garner in the summer of fourteen which predated michael brown. You had the hashtag. I can't breathe and then with michael brown. You had hands up. Don't shoot right and then a little later. That february.

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:49 min | 5 months ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Not yet been charged, is said to be cooperating with police. The boy has been identified as Herschel Weinberger, a Vietnam veteran and grandfather died as a result of an attempted Carjacking in Hyde Park yesterday. Keith Cooper's daughter, Monica Carlton says the attack cost her father to have a heart attack. This isn't worth it. This is someone's life. Someone's parent, Someone's family member, someone that someone loves this person and needs this person in their lives and you're taking these individuals away from them. Officers responding to a robbery call near 53rd in Woodland, found the 73 year old Cooper on the ground, witnesses told police two suspects. Tried to take demands vehicle and then struck him in the head repeatedly. Two people are in custody. More details coming out about the proposed agreement between the city of Chicago and the Police Union. More on that from WGN's James Sears. It's a four year deal. But the fraternal order of Police says it also gives officers back pay for the four years they've been without a contract. Raises covering a total of eight years amount to 2 to 2.5% each year. No details have been released on discipline reforms. Mayor Lightfoot says she's reviewed the proposed deal but isn't ready to sign off on it just yet. James Sears, WGN New Barrington Area unit district to 20 will make face masks optional for students in sixth grade and above when classes resume next month. The decision came during a lively four hour meeting earlier this week in which the school board Was continually interrupted by boisterous opponents of any policy that would have required students to wear masks. The district says it will also develop a plan to phase out the indoor mask requirement for students and staff and lower grades. There'll be no mask requirement for outdoor activities. Former CPS principle has been indicted in an overtime fraud scheme. Sarah Jackson Abdullah was principal at Brenham in elementary school. An indictment says she told employees she would authorize overtime pay for hours they didn't have to work. She then allegedly directed them to deliver the proceeds to her amounting to at least $200,000. Prosecutors say she told employees the money would be used to pay school expenses but used it for personal expenses, including her mortgage and now with WGN sports Here's David The closest game so far in the NBA finals. Neither team ever led by double digits, But the Phoenix Suns did have a nine point lead early in the fourth quarter. No answer, though, for Milwaukee's Chris Middleton, who poured in 40 14 in that fourth quarter as he led the bucks back, and they held on for a lot of 9103 win. The Anasazi to Cooper 26 points. 14 rebounds, eight assists in a big block late. They defended home court by winning twice the series 22 Game five in Phoenix Saturday. They played the W NBA All Star Game. Last night. Vegas They all Stars defeated the U. S Women's national team headed for Tokyo. 93 85. The Sky had three all stars in the game, including Talia Copper, who scored nine points. Canada's Parker scored five in the skies. Allie Quigley one The three point shootout. The baseball season resumes tomorrow for the Cubs and White Sox socks hosting Houston. The Cubs in Arizona today is deadline day in the NFL teams have until three o'clock to reach long term agreements with players have been slapped with the franchise tag that includes the Bears wide receiver Alan Robinson buying an agreement which seems unlikely Robinson would play the season under the tag. And Louis use taste and has the lead at Royal ST George's first round of the British Open. He shot a 31 on the back side for six under par. 64 leaves him one stroke up on another former champ Jordan Spieth and Brian Harmon. Three others are at four under. John Rahman Bryson is Shambo both shot one over par. Dave added. W G M sports Now the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center here's meteorologist Morgan Coke, Meyer. Hi, Good morning rain and thunderstorms to get through here today. We see them this morning and they'll be scattered this afternoon as well. All of this out ahead and along a cold front that will eventually shift our winds from Southwest this morning to West Northwest this afternoon. Also continues to give us this and off showers and storms today temperatures in the morning upper sixties and low seventies for most spots and will make it into the upper seventies and eighties. Later today under a cloudy sky. Overnight tonight, Upper sixties more rain and storms, and we'll see a few more tomorrow at mid seventies. That's forecast from the WGN Mother Center. I'm Morgan Coke. My cloudy skies hit 72 at O'Hare Midway and the lakefront this morning. 73 Joliet. It's 73 Waukegan as well. Now your money on WGN. Here's Steve Alexander. Yeah, Here we go. After the first half hour of trading, the markets are in the red. The Dow's down about 41, the S and P s off about six points. NASDAQ's down five. The Russell 2000 down about a half.

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:59 min | 5 months ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Remembers of the department saluted the ambulance carrying the officers. Body as it arrived at the medical examiner's office. The officer's identity has not been released, but he was just 24 years old. He's the third Chicago police officer to die by suicide so far this year. If you or someone you know is struggling. There is help available. Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. That number is 802 73 82 55 800. 273 82 55 Barrington area unit district to 20 will make face masks optional for students in sixth grade and above one classes resume in August. The decision came during a lively four hour meeting this week in which school board members continually were interrupted by boisterous opponents of any policy that would have required students to wear mask. The district says they will also develop a plan to phase out the indoor mask requirement for students and staff in lower grades. There will be no mask requirement for outdoor activities. A former Chicago public schools principal has been indicted in an overtime fraud scheme. Sarah Jackson. Abdullah was principal of Brennaman Elementary School. An indictment says she told employees she would authorize overtime for hours they didn't have to work. She then allegedly directed them to deliver the proceeds to her. Amounting to at least $200,000. Prosecutors say she told the employees the money would be used to pay for school expenses, but used it for personal expenses, including her mortgage. And now with WGN sports Here's David. Good morning, The Milwaukee Bucks have tied things up in the NBA Finals. Now it's best two out of three after the Bucks outscored the Sun's 12 4 to end the game and pull out of 19103 win. Chris Middleton scored 10 straight box points down the stretch and marveled at a block by teammate Yanis on to decompose on the sun's DeAndre Ayton that is They have to let the Bucks preserve a two point lead with a minute to go. It was one of those moments have two times like man like we gave up a layup. Then next thing you know he's blocking it. Middleton finished with 40 to help offset 42 for the Sun's Devin Booker. The series To to back to Phoenix for Game five Saturday. The W. NBA held its All Star game last night. A little different. They all stars against the U. S national team headed for the Olympics. The W NBA Stars one at 93 85. Chicago Sky players Candace Parker, Courtney Vandersloot in Qalea Topper all played, copper had nine and Parker five. Allie Quigley. The Sky one, The three point contest. American Brian Harbin made the turn four under par Good for a one stroke lead over a half dozen others, including Jordan Spieth at the British Open. The baseball season resumes tonight with just one game on the schedule. Boston and the Yankees while the socks will work out ahead of their series with Houston starting tomorrow, the Cubs had for Arizona. And former socks and Cubs pitcher dictated row has died. He pitched for the Cubs from 1979 to 82 was traded to the White Sox, where he pitched for the whole West champs. 1983 dictated row was 74 Dave added. WGN sports Now the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center here's meteorologist Morgan Coke. Meyer. Hi, Good morning rain and thunderstorms together here today. We see them this morning and they'll be scattered this afternoon as well. All of this out ahead and along a cold front that will eventually shift our winds from Southwest this morning to West Northwest this afternoon. Also continues to give us the on off showers and storms today temperatures in the morning upper sixties and low seventies for most spots and will make it into the upper seventies and low eighties later today under a cloudy sky overnight tonight, upper sixties more rain and storms, and we'll see a few more tomorrow with mid seventies catch forecast from the WGN Mother Center. I'm Morgan Coke, Meyer Rain and 70 now at O'Hare, 71 at Midway, 72 along the lakefront in Waukegan, a little bit of light rain and 70. In Valparaiso this morning at.

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on Developer Tea

Developer Tea

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on Developer Tea

"So. . Here's what I. . wanted to do. . To. . kind of try to overcome the situation. . Where you know a lot about something in, , you're less likely. . To admit or no when you're wrong. . Very often what happens when we find out that we were wrong about a subject that we're very skilled in or that we have a lot of experience in is we attributed to some kind of external factor, , some kind of luck. . and. . The reason for this is because. . It's very difficult for us to accept that even if we have a lot of experience, we , can still be wrong. . It's much easier to accept that we could be wrong. . We don't have a lot of experience, , but the reality of the matter is that we can always be wrong. . We can always predict incorrectly there's always the opportunity to screw something up. . In a lot of this is because we can't control the outcomes. . We can't control that we can make our best guess and that guests can be informed. . Ray there's a lot of reasons to believe our guesses when we have experience. . To here's what I wanted to do I want you to imagine. . That the person that's making this guests. . Isn't you? ? that it's someone else. . And you can even create a persona in your head or think of a real person and try to substitute that person in for yourself and imagine. . What would their guests be? ? How would they go about making that guess what kind of information are they drawing on? ? Try to pick apart the guest that they would make. . Because you are externalizing this right because you are taking that gas out of your head. . And, , you're tributing it to a different entity. . Then you're able to inspect it a little bit better able to detach from it and look at it from all kinds of angles and imagine the ways that that guests could go. . Wrong. . You're also explicitly removing the kind of gut or intuition type gas because that external person whoever that is doesn't have your gut they don't have your intuition. . Out that's not to say that those tools are not useful. . It makes sense to know win. . You're relying on your gut or when you're relying on your intuition those are much more volatile <hes> tools that we use for decision making, , and so it makes sense for us to understand and only put a certain amount of confidence when we are relying on our gut or our intuition. . Rather than were relying on something that's much more reliable. . So once you've created this external persona or you've imagined a real person, , you're trying to imagine how would they go about making this guests? ? The compare, , compare your guests to their guests. . Why is yours different? ? When you can find the differences between those and by the way you create both guesses in this scenario right? ? You are the one who has created one guess <hes> that you attribute to this external character and then one guest that you would attribute to yourself. . Why is your guests better or perhaps? ? Is a possible. . The your guests is worse. . Now, , this isn't just about predicting the future right that sounds like a very narrow use case because we don't really feel like we're needing to predict the future on a regular basis but. . Predicting the future looks like a lot of different things for example, , trying to figure out what's causing a bug. . You're trying to predict. . What you will eventually learn. . About that bug. . And so when you predict that, , you're going to learn something on a particular path you're. . Kind of chasing down that path to figure out what the BUG is. . That is a type of prediction. . And in fact, , most of the decisions that we make. . Our In a roundabout way, , the predictive exercise. . We imagine that the decision will take us further towards something that we want. . And so learning how to predict better. . Is Fundamental to making better decisions. . And so if you can figure out. . This externalisation. . <hes> that this exercise of externalizing your prediction and trying to criticize your own prediction or or criticizing the external prediction and comparing them. . It's going to provide you a better basis for thinking about the future.

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on The Date Podcast

The Date Podcast

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on The Date Podcast

"We share abundance of love and respect for one another, and will continue to lead with our hearts from that place. We Request Your Compassionate Respect for privacy moving forward. So they got married into thousand seven steam, but have been together since two thousand thirteen. So, sad. I had a I think I had a crush on her to. Yeah she's really pretty. Fifteen years ago right when she just came on the scene like she just started the dancing. I so I don't think. It's on Netflix right now, but share. Share in casinos. Maglaras like really like hot this navy by the way. She Super Hot and but Jillian houses in this movie too, and she's a Brunette and see is like unrecognizable like I didn't know it was her. It wasn't for the fact that like her name appears on the credits. Kids are really going to answer. Their split up. Kind of sad. That is really sad. I mean it's it's. There's a lot of bachelors out there for her. Right. Yeah, sure. She will, she will find somebody in. Let's say like two or three months if she's not dating anybody already right because sometimes, so it's rumored see rumors. The runner is that she's making out with bed barreds. WHO's that? I don't know. Probably fed up, but I did it. It's OK. Okay, so we're going to belong to like a really weird story which tied alike? are rolled my eyes at. And I was like. I. Do WanNa talk about this. So I've never heard of this person until the whole like. She named her baby a really weird name. Fiasco that I spoke about a few weeks ago. Oh. You'll mosque yard and her name is grinds. So she's a singer with music and I like listening to. It wasn't i. Her real name. What's her real name? For like. Sarah Jackson. Plus. Some regular name. Regular name I'm so. Crimes has.

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nine degrees with wind and cloudy skies steeper as WBZ's traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast this Friday morning will be quite windy it'll also be turning much colder with patchy clouds lows between thirty five and forty winds could gust as high as forty five miles per hour in real feel should be mainly in the twenties later today quite windy and chilly with times of clouds and sun we cannot rule out a shower the high around fifty real feels no higher than the thirty this afternoon partly cloudy brisk and cold tonight low thirty six tomorrow blustery and chilly with times of clouds and sun high fifty two of it milder on Easter Sunday with some sun I fifty eight foot ranger returns early next week I'm accu weather meteorologist Verbinski WBZ Boston news radio husband and wife in Boxford are using their family home confinement time to turn their living room into a stage on the internet into a performance hall WBZ's Carl Stevens spoke with Sarah Jackson can you tell me what you and your husband are doing on Facebook and what in the world as yacht rock okay okay we started recording on Facebook live just stinging opting to each other sort of like a living room performance if you will you know make ourselves a little more happy and hopefully make one or two friends or family members happy we love other people lacking in our bedroom we love singing so we put those together well you're a performer the the job you did on the Linda Ronstadt song was amazing are you thank you guys amateur performers we quite a bit of performing we were younger we had before we had our kids we both performed professionally and also in community theaters in the region so singing I was formally trained so it's it's part of our background and part of the fabric of who we are as you know many of us have to stay at home a lot of people do a lot of my getting cabin fever but they're not in cabins on a yacht I wonder if you could talk if you could talk about the the mental leap that you're taking and why you're taking it for not just yourself but for anybody who's watching so I think we're all stuck at home right so why not just try to be silly and side of our collective comfort zone then just try to have fun right where we are so what kind of performance we did was focused on yacht rock which is sort of that you know the early nineties ballad about being mellow and hanging out we created a little yeah in our music group with the fan and creepy okay and there you go what's next gosh well we've we've had several requests we are planning the night United music very family friendly and we will probably also.

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Weekend his book is cold rage inside the machine the prejudice of algorithms and how to stop the incident making packets of the soul and production coordinates with Sarah Jackson Marcos Silva off pretty set I'm Mike one thing and it says we'll be back same time next week in the meantime thank you for listening. fifty things that made the modern economy with Tim Hartford. we come to miss have an image problem. people think we shamelessly mass on statistics. we confidently make terrible predictions we know find it. kind of thing. some of the blame lies with the man who a century ago was probably the most famous economist in the world. his name is being fishing. it was Fisher Litoria sleep claimed in October nineteen twenty nine that the stock market's had reached a permanently high plateau. nine days later came the crash led to the Great Depression. as for policies that can be said Fisher was that he was a.

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"So thank you so much. Sarah Jackson and keep doing what you're doing. Yes. Our that was awesome. Thank you. Yeah. I mean that's it really is dedicated to her, and other groomers because that's her comment is what made us want to do the show today. So man, where do we start being a dog groomer? While what a life. It's very, very tough. I mean, Siamese you life. It's uneasy life being a dog groomer because first of all, it's something that most people would not choose to do. I think in less. You really, really have it in you. To be a dog groomer, which we have obviously being that we've been doing it for so long. I don't know how you got. It obviously got into it. Threw me. But I'm sure you'll agree. Like, once you start doing it. It's kind of like, man, I don't wanna do anything else, like I really love the dogs, I love being around animals, and helping them I think that's the main reason why most dog owners get into it. Yeah. For me it, you know, obviously I was a little different for me at first because, you know you're my dad's. So I loved like hanging out with you all day that was cool. And, you know, I stepped away a couple of times to try to go for the, you know, I guess you can call them more normal jobs, because you do have to be a little bit crazy to be a dog groomer, but I hated nine to five. I'm a clock watcher, you know, and I love dogs. So it's like no matter how many times, I tried to step away from this business. I always found myself just coming back to it because it's not a nine to five and you get to be with dogs all day, doesn't obviously dog grooming doesn't come without its many, many challenges. But I don't know. You're totally right. You just kinda drawn to it. Once you start it. Yeah. There's no other job like it really. Yep. It's true. I mean, I've even tried to bow out of it, you know, in the beginning because I was like, man, I don't know if I see myself doing this long term and in the beginning, I was kind of doing it on the side and still contemplating, whether I should keep my job. And or do dog grooming full-time, but after a while as I got better at it I was kinda, like, well, wait a minute. I can groom dog. I was grooming out of the house at the time. I can groom a dog in an hour, two hours and I just made fifty bucks like nobody's paying me that kind of money for an hour or two. So maybe I will do this, and you start doing the math, and you start going well do two dogs a day, and I'll do three dogs a day, and you really start to fall into it. And I think what's happening nowadays is a lot of people with YouTube and everything a lot of people are actually doing the do it yourself stuff, and they're finding out that they can get good at it, too. And I think more and more people because of YouTube are going. To be choosing dog grooming, as a as a career and I really hope they do you know, it's also smart the way you want about, like, what you just said..

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I'm sure that beer had nothing to do with that, too. Now. Absolutely. You you're, you're very, very aware. It was vodka an electronic cigarettes at that night. The electron IX illogic skews me have to plug this in. Yeah. Right. Has anybody have a USB port? I haven't to charge my cigarette. That's so funny, dude. Yeah. Even if you have a hammock where you wanna put one up, you gotta get lucky enough to find two trees that are like, you know, perfectly spaced. Yup. That's another good point about them. And then they try to do the whole thing where it's like they give the ones with the metal supports, and you don't need the trees. But again, how are you staying on that? It's like trying to take a nap while you're trying to surf it's just, you know, I don't get it comfortable. It's a summer thing. And again, all right. Be outside. It's gorgeous. But it's like you know. Just lay on the couch. Tot. Let's go outside and to make it really hard to hang out. I like the ones where like you sit in them. But the trees are too far apart. And when you sit in your basically just sitting on the ground like, because the hammock all the way to the grass. Exactly they're a bad idea. They're a bad idea. I don't think they ever should've been invented. I don't. Here's the thing. Don't get a hammock unless you're at what's that show. Naked afraid that the only time a ham it can be useful. We gotta get off the ground because there's fire ants crawling. Okay. So we gotta get gotta get off the ground. That then I understand. That I get that back yard in Clark, New Jersey. Get rid of the hammocks, you don't need it. You know, NIA you need. There's no fire ants. Yeah. Oh this. Why love doing the show with you, man? It's just one. Been mentioned grooming yet I know. That's the thing. This is looming show, all groomer humor. But we're talking hammocks fire. It's but yeah, that's the beauty of having your own radio show, which we're very grateful for by the way. Yeah, but let's get to our topic before we even get to that. I want to give a special shout out to Sarah Jackson, who is a ten year veteran dog groomer Sarah, this show is dedicated to you and groomers like you, thank you so much for your comment, that you left us on YouTube of you want to check out. Sarah's comment go to our channel go to YouTube punching grooming by Rudy, and you could see all of our videos, along with Sarah's really kind comments..

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Youtube. Borrows like this like chubby little cat that he just loves boxes and start watching them. Oh, yeah. He's so good for the camera to you could tell he knows when they're filming. It's almost like the cat knows. Hey, you know, what we can make a lot of money. Post post this on YouTube. I like boxes what more. Do you need? You know, exactly. It's literally like he's probably saying like guys, listen, I'm a cat. I like jumping in and out of boxes and I ride a sled. Let's make some money doing this. Right. Lead. One was amazing. She's got like almost a million subscribers. And it's a cat. It's a smart cat guys. I urge you please go on YouTube and checkout rue the cat. It's I think it's a are you sterile? We're saying that he had is door watch him for hours. I have watched him for hours. Funniest are the cutest thing in the world love that cat. He's such a sweetheart. They love him too. You can tell. Oh god. Yeah. I mean talk about hampering your pet. I mean, the both of them. I watched the video of them. And it was just the two of them and the owner just heading them for like twenty minutes as they're purring in squint thing. And then Hannah's just starts licking my ruin. It's just it's just so funny to watch if you guys like that he does I love their addicting. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Cavity are some of the most addictive videos on the internet. He's like riding a sled. You know? He's in hammock. I can't even get into a hammock ever. Try. I have always fall out. Yeah. I wanna know thought that would be a good idea. They're not, you know, it's not a good idea. I don't I don't know. I don't know any desperate. But even if you get into one like could you imagine fall asleep in one and then like waking up, and you your back is just Roach. You look like the letter c walking around because you know, you're spend too much time in a hammock. Here's the thing with him, especially if you're lucky enough to even get in one and fall asleep. Why would you wanna sleep in something at any? That's like getting into a bed that any moment can just break. And you know, it though because like if you fall asleep in Hammett, you're waking up with your face, just guaranteed. Eventually you just flip over. Yeah. I'm not a fan of having to balance while I'm trying to relax. It's hard to fall asleep that way exactly I don't wanna have to act like Indiana Jones while I'm trying to take a nap draw. Somebody cut the one end at any moment. It's like trying to fall asleep while you're on the treadmill. Yeah. Exactly trying to fall asleep while you're taking a job one time. I was at a party. And this is true story. I was at a party, and I was like and they had a hamic and there was nowhere to sit. So I'm like, you know, what what's the worst could happen. I'm just gonna sit on my legs are still on the ground. So no problem within five minutes. I'm doing a backflip down the yard. There was a little hill pummeling down a hill. And all trying to do is hang out. I'm sure the beer had nothing to do with that too. Absolutely. You you're you're very very aware. It was vodka and electron cigarettes at that night. The electron IX logic excuse me at the plug this right is anybody have USB port. I haven't charged my cigarette. That's so funny, dude. Yeah. And even if you have a hammock where you wanna put one, you know, you gotta get lucky enough to find two trees that are like, you know, perfectly. Yup. That's another good point about them. And then they try to do the whole thing where it's like, they give the ones with the metal supports, and you don't need the trees. But again, how are you staying on that trying to take a nap while you're trying to surf it's just, you know, I don't get it comfortable. I it's a summer thing again. All right be outside. It's gorgeous. But it's like, you know. Just lay on the couch. It's hot let's go outside and to make it really hard to hang out. I like the ones where like you sit in them. But the trees are too far part. And when you sit in basically just sitting on the ground because I all the way to the grass exactly there that idea there about idea. I don't think they ever should've been invented. I don't here's a thing. Don't get a hammock unless you're at. What's that show naked afraid only time a ham? It can be useful. We gotta get off the ground because there's fire. Ants crawling. Okay. So we gotta get gotta get off the ground. That then I understand. That I get that back yard in Clark, New Jersey. Get rid of the hammocks. You don't need it. You know, NIA you don't need. There's no fire. Ants. Yeah. This. Why loved doing the show with you, man? It's just one. Even mentioned grooming yet. No. That's the thing. This is looming show groomer humor, but we're talking fire. But yeah, that's the beauty of having your own radio show, which we're very grateful for by the way. Yeah. But let's get to our topic before we even get to that. I wanna give a special shout out to Sarah Jackson, who is a ten year veteran dog rumor, Sarah, this show is dedicated to you and groomers like you. Thank you so much for your comment that you left us on YouTube of you want to check out showers comment. Go to our channel go to YouTube punching grooming by Rudy, and you could see all of our videos along with SARS, really kind comments. Thank you so much sour Jackson and keep doing what you're doing. Yes. Our that was awesome. Thank you. Yeah. I mean, that's it really is dedicated to her and other groomers. That's her comment is what made us want to do the show today. So where do we start being a dog groomer? Wow. What a life. It's very very tough. I mean, Siamese you life. It's uneasy life being dog groomer because first of all it's something that most people would not choose to do. I think in less, you really really have it in you. To be a dog groomer, which we have obviously being that. We've been doing it for so long. I don't know. How you got it obviously got into it threw me. But I'm sure you'll agree. Like once you start doing it. It's kind of like man, I don't wanna do anything else. I really love the dogs. I love being around animals and helping them I think, that's the main reason why most dog get into it. Yeah. For me, it, you know, obviously, I was a little different for me at first because you know, you're my dad's. So I love like hanging out with you all day that was cool. And you know, I stepped away a couple of times to try to go for, you know, I guess you can call them more normal jobs because you do have to be a little bit crazy to be a dog groomer. But I hated nine to five I'm a clock watcher. You know, and I love dogs. So it's like no matter how many times I tried to step away from this business. I always found myself just coming back to it. Because it's not a nine to five and you get to be with dogs all day. It doesn't obviously dog. Grooming doesn't come without its many many challenges. But I don't know you're totally right. You just kinda drawn to it. Once you start it. Yeah. There's no other job like it. Really? Yep. It's true. I've even tried to bow out of it. You know in the beginning because I was like man, I don't know if I see myself doing this a long term and in the beginning, I was kind of doing it on the side and still contemplating whether I should keep my job or do dog, grooming full-time. But after a while as I got better at it. I was kinda like, well, wait a minute. I can groom dog. I was grooming out of the house at the time. I can groom dog in an hour two hours, and I just made fifty bucks like nobody's paying me that kind of money for an hour or two. So maybe I will do this. And you start doing the math and you start going well two dogs a day. I'll do three dogs a day, and you really start to fall into it. And I think what's happening nowadays is a lot of people with YouTube and everything a lot of people are actually doing the do it yourself stuff. And they're finding out that they can get good at it too. And I think more and more people because of YouTube are going to. Be choosing dog grooming as a as a career, and I really hope they do. It's also smart the way you went about it. Like what you just said you started off a lot of people quit because they don't do what you did where it's gotta start with one maybe two dogs. You can't just go in full force. And you're gonna do six or seven dogs in one day when you first start out, you know, it's pretty smart decisions on your part because you probably would have given up. If you tried to just go dive right on in. All right. I gotta do seven seven in one day where you know, your brand new to it. There's no you wouldn't even have the time. There's not enough hours in the day. When you first start to do even five dogs in one. Now, you can fly throw them. But you know, that's a great point. Because again, I think a lot of times it's underestimated the work the experience that you have to gain. It's not the kind of thing that you're gonna learn right away. And that's what I meant by. It's hard. It's a tough thing to learn. But with anything that's tough. There's always a great reward at the end. But again, it's. Something like, you just said, you're going to learn slowly, you're going to learn how to do one dog before you could do to and onward because again, it's that type of profession where you really really have to know what you're doing. And that's why I really wanna thank all of you professional dog. Rumors out there guys, especially people that have stuck with it for over five years and stuff like that. Because most people bounce most people bounce right out of this profession because it's just a very very hard job to do without a doubt. Without a lot of people fall off like you said, they bounce, you know, the precision that's required to do. This stuff is that's what gets me these days when I was younger, and I would see you being nervous and scared. I wouldn't understand until I started trying to do it myself a little bit. And nowadays man when I see you with a real nervous dog on the table. I just think right away. How are you going to scissor that how're you suppose? Yeah. Scissors up to this dog's head who won't stop moving and keep. Your cool and not freak the dog out anymore than he's already freaked out like God's it really does take a special kind of precision and artistry really to pull off even one grooming. Never mind an eight dog day. Sure. And in that moment that you know, you finally get the dogs attention. You're able to get like a snip to in. You know, you have to worry about somebody walking through the door. And now, you're just restarting you're starting over again. And or allowed noise truck going by whatever it's just really it's a very tedious tedious job. And again, the dogs are going to feed off of your energy. So like, you said, you really gotta keep your cool. You gotta stay calm. You gotta be patient. You have to if the dogs are not taking it right away. You may have to put that dog away for a while and take out another dog and retry it just to get like even something as simple as the bangs getting trimmed, especially on a puppy. That's never had done before or anything. So it's more than just grooming. It's a lot of emotion. It's a lot of it's a lot of fear. You don't want to hurt the dog..

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Like chubby little cat that he just loves boxes. And this is start watching them. Oh, yeah. He's so good for the camera to you could tell he knows when they're filling them it's almost like the cat knows. Hey, you know, what we can make a lot of money. Post post this on YouTube. I like boxes what more. Do you need? You know, exactly. It's literally like he's probably saying like guys, listen, I'm a cat. I like jumping in and out of boxes and I ride a sled. Let's make some money doing this. Right. Lead. One was amazing. She's got like almost a million subscribers, and it's a cat. It's a cat. It's a smart cat guys. I urge you please go on YouTube and checkout Maru the cat. It's I think it's a are you this Stargell, Nick, we're saying that right? Yeah. That is a door. I could watch them for hours. I have watched him for hours. Funniest cut are the cutest thing in the world. I love that cat. Oh, yeah. He's such a sweetheart. They love him too. You can tell. Oh god. Yeah. I mean talk about pampering your pets. I mean, the both of them. I watched the video of them. And it was just the two of them and the owner just heading them for like, you know, twenty minutes as they're purring in squinting. And then the Hannah's just starts looking Mauro. And it's just it's just so funny to watch if you guys like videos, I love their addicting. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Can't videos are some of the most addicting videos on the internet. Yeah. You know, it's like riding a sled. You know? He's in a hammock. I can't even get into a hammock. Never tried. I have always fall out. Yeah. I wanna know thought that would be a good idea. They're not, you know, it's not a good idea. I don't I don't know. I don't know any desperate. But even if you get into one like, can you imagine fall asleep and one and then like, you know, waking up and your back is just Roach. You look like the letter c walking around because you know, you're spend too much time in a hammock. Here's the thing with him, basically, if you're lucky enough to even get in one and fall asleep. Why would you wanna sleep in something at any if that's like getting into a bed that any moment can just break, and you know, though, because like if you fall asleep in a hammock, you're waking up with your face in the dirt. It's just guaranteed. Eventually you just flip over. Yeah. I'm not a fan of having to balance while I'm trying to relax. It's hard to fall asleep that way exactly I don't wanna have to act like Indiana Jones, while I'm trying to take a nap drawbridge somebody can cut the one end at any moment. It's like trying to fall asleep while you're on the treadmill. Yeah. Exactly trying to fall asleep while you're taking a job one time. I was at a party. And this is true story. I was at a party, and I was like and they had a hammock and there was nowhere to sit. So I'm like, you know, what what's the worst that can happen? I'm just gonna sit on it. And my legs are still on the ground. So no problem within five minutes. I'm doing a backflip down the yard. There was a little hill. So now, I'm pummeling down a hill. And all we're trying to do is hang out. Yeah. I'm sure the beer had nothing to do with that too. Now. Now, absolutely not you you're you're very very aware. No, it was an electronic cigarettes at that night. The electron IX the all wheel logic skews. We have to plug this in. Yeah. Right because anybody have a USB port charged. My cigarette. That's so funny. Yeah. Plus, even if you have a hammock or you want to put one up, you know, you gotta get lucky enough to find two trees that are like, you know, perfectly spaced. Yup. That's another good point about them. And then they tried to do the whole thing where it's like, they give the ones with the metal supports, and you don't need the trees. But again, how are you staying on that it's like trying to take a nap while you're trying to surf it's just you know, I don't get comfortable. I it's a summer thing. And again, all right be outside. It's gorgeous. But it's like, you know. Just lay on the couch. You do tot let's go outside and to make it really hard to hang out. I like the ones where you sit in them. But you know, the trees are too far apart. And when you sit in your basically just sitting on the ground because the hamic all the way to the grass exactly there are a bad idea. They're about idea. I don't think they ever should have been invented. I don't here's a thing. Don't get a hammock unless you're at that. What's that show naked afraid time a ham? It can be useful. We gotta get off the ground because there's fire. Ants crying. Okay. So we gotta get gotta get off the ground. That then I understand. That I get that. I get back yard in Clark, New Jersey. Get rid of the hammocks. You don't need it. You know, NIA you need. There's no fire. Ants. Yeah. This. Why loved doing the show with you, man? It's just one. We mentioned grooming yet. I know that's the thing. This is grooming show all groomer humor. But we're talking hammocks the fire. But yeah, that's the video of having your own radio show, which we're very grateful for by the way. But let's get to our topic before we even get to that. I want to give a special shout out to Sarah Jackson, who is a ten year veteran dog groomer, Sarah, this show is dedicated to you and groomers like you. Thank you so much for your comment that you left us on YouTube of you want to check out. Sarah's comment go to our channel go to YouTube punching grooming by Rudy, and you could see all of our videos along with Sarah's really kind common. So thank you so much sadder Jackson and keep doing what you're doing. Yes. Our that was awesome. Thank you. Yeah. I mean, that's it really is dedicated to her and other groomers goes. That's her comment is what made us want to do the show today. So you know, man, where do we start being a dog groomer? Wow. What a life. It's very very tough. I mean, it's not an easy life. It's uneasy life being a dog groomer because first of all it's something that most people would not choose to do. I think unless you really really have it in you to be a dog groomer, which we have obviously being that we've been doing it for so long. I don't know how you got it. I obviously got into it threw me. But I'm sure you'll agree. Like once you start doing it. It's kind of like man, I don't wanna do anything else. I really love the dogs. I love being around animals and helping them I think that's the main reason why most dog rumors get into it. You know, for me it, you know, obviously, I was a little different for me at that first. Because you know, you're my dad, so I love like hanging out with you all day that was cool. Cool. And you know, I stepped away a couple of times to try to go for the, you know, I guess you can call them more normal jobs because you do have to be a little bit crazy to be a dog groomer. But I hated nine to five I'm a clock watcher. You know, and I love dogs. So it's like no matter how many times I tried to step away from this business. I always found myself just coming back to it. Because it's not a nine to five and you get to be with dogs all day doesn't obviously dog. Grooming doesn't come without its many many challenges. But I don't know you're totally right. You just kinda drawn to it. Once you start it. Yeah. There's no other job like it really of. Yep. It's true. I've even tried to bow out of it. You know in the beginning because I was like man, I don't know if I see myself doing this, you know, long term and in the beginning, I was kind of doing it on the side and still contemplating whether I should keep my job and or do dog, grooming full-time. But after a while as I got better at it. I was kinda like, well, wait a minute. I can grow him a dog grooming out of the house at the time. I can groom a dog in an hour two hours. And you know, I just made fifty bucks like nobody's paying me that kind of money for an hour or two. So maybe I will do this. And you start doing the math and you start going. Well, I'll do two dogs a day, and I'll do three dogs a day, and you really start to fall into it. And I think what's happening nowadays is a lot of people with YouTube and everything a lot of people are actually doing the do it yourself stuff. And they're finding out that they can get good at it too. And I think more and more people because of YouTube are going. To be choosing dog grooming as a as a career, and I really hope they do, you know? It's also smart the way you went about it. Like what you just said you started off a lot of people quit because they don't do what you did where it's gotta start with like one maybe two dogs. You can't just go in full force and think you're going to do six or seven dogs in one day when you first start out, you know, it's pretty smart decisions on your part because you probably would have given up. If you tried to just go dive right on in. All right. I gotta do seven seven groupings in one there. You know, your brand new to it. There's no what you're you wouldn't even have the time. There's not enough hours in the day. When you first start to do even five dogs in one. Now you can fly throw him. But you know, that's a great point too. Because again, I think a lot of times it's underestimated the work the experience that you have to gain. It's not the kind of thing that you're gonna learn right away. And that's what I meant by. It's hard. It's a tough thing to learn. But with anything that's tough. There's always a great reward at the end. But again, it's. Just something you just said, you're gonna learn slowly you're going to learn how to do one dog before you can do to, you know, and then onward because again, it's that type of profession where you really really have to know what you're doing. And that's why I really want to thank all of you professional dog groomers out there guys, especially people that have stuck with it for over five years and stuff like that. Because most people bounce most people bounce right out of this profession because it's just very very hard job to do without a doubt. Without a lot of people fall off like you said, they bounce, you know, the precision that's required to do. This stuff is that's what gets me these days when I was younger, and I would see you being nervous. And you know scared. You know, I wouldn't understand until I started trying to do it myself a little bit. And and nowadays man when I see you with a real nervous dog on the table. I just think right away. How are you gonna scissor that how you suppose? Yeah. Scissors up to this dog's head won't stop moving and keep. Your cool and not freak the dog out anymore than he's already freaked out. Like God, it really does take a special kind of precision and artistry really to pull off even one grooming. You know, never mind an eight dog day. Sure. And in that moment that you know, you finally get the dogs attention you're able to get like a snip or two, and you know, you have to worry about somebody walking through the door. And now, you're just restarting you're starting over again. And or allowed noise a truck going by whatever it's just really it's a very tedious tedious job. And again, the dogs are going to feed off of your energy. So like, you said, you really gotta keep your cool. You gotta stay calm. You got to be patient. You have to if the dogs taking to it right away. You may have to put that dog away for a while and take out another dog and retry it just to get like even something as simple as the bangs getting trimmed, especially on a puppy. That's never had done before or anything. So it's more than just grooming. It's a lot of emotion. It's a lot of it's a lot of fear. You know, you don't want to hurt the dog..

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"On YouTube. Borrows like this like chubby little cat that he just loves boxes. And this is teric watching them. Oh, yeah. He's so good for the camera to you could tell he knows when they're filming them. It's almost like the cat knows what we can make a lot of money. Post post this on YouTube. I like, boxers what more do you need? You know? Exactly. It's literally like he's probably saying like guys, listen, I'm a cat. I like jumping in and out of boxes and I ride a sled. Let's make some money doing this. Right. Lead. One was amazing. She's got like almost a million subscribers. And it's a cat. It's a cat. It's a smart cat guys. I urge you please go on YouTube and checkout Maru the cat. It's I think it's a are you this Stargell, Nick, we're saying that right? Yeah. That is a door. Watch them for hours. I have watched him for hours. Funniest cut are in the cutest thing in the world. I love that cat. Oh, yeah. He's such a sweetheart. They love him too. You can tell. Oh god. Yeah. I mean talk about pampering your pet. I mean, the both of them. I watched the video of them. And it was just the two of them. And the owner just petting them for like twenty minutes as they're purring in squinting. And then the Hannah's just starts looking Maru. It's just. It's just so funny to watch if you guys like videos, I love their addicted. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Cavity are some of the most addicting videos on the internet. Yeah. You know, it's like riding sled. He's in a hammock. I can't even get into a hammock. Never tried. I have always fall out. I wanna know thought that would be a good idea. They're not, you know, it's not a good idea. I don't I don't know. I don't know any eater, desperate. But even if you get into one like could you imagine fall asleep in one and then like waking up your back is just Roach? You look like the letter c walking around because you know, you're spend too much time in a hammock. Here's the thing with him, basically, if you're lucky enough to even get in one and fall asleep. Why would you wanna sleep in something that's like getting into a bed that any moment can just break. And you know, it though because like if you fall asleep in a Hamid, you're waking up with your face in the it's just guaranteed. Eventually just flip over. Yeah. I'm not a fan of having to balance while I'm trying to relax. It's hard to fall asleep that way exactly I don't wanna have to act like Indiana Jones while I'm trying to take a nap. The drop. Somebody had cut the one end at any moment. It's like trying to fall asleep while you're on the treadmill. Yeah. Exactly trying to fall asleep while you're taking a job one time. I was at a party. And this is true story. I was at a party, and I was like and they had a hammock and there was nowhere to sit. So I'm like, you know, what what's the worst that can happen? I'm just gonna sit on my legs are still on the ground. So no problem, dude. Within five minutes doing a backflip down the yard. There was a little hill. Now, I'm pummeling down a hill. And all we're trying to do was hang out. I'm sure the beer had nothing to do with that too. Now. Now, absolutely not you you're you're very very aware. It was an electronic cigarettes at that night. The electron IX, anti Olea logic skews me have the plug this. Right. Does anybody have USB port? I haven't to charge. My cigarette. That's so funny, dude. Yeah. And even if you have a hammock where you want to put one up, you gotta get lucky enough to find two trees that are like, you know, perfectly spaced. Yup. That's another good point about them. And then they try to do the whole thing where it's like, they give the ones with the metal supports, and you don't need the trees. But again, how are you staying on that it's like trying to take a nap while you're trying to surf it's just, you know, I don't get it comfortable. I it's a summer thing again. All right be outside. It's gorgeous. But it's like, you know. Just lay on the couch. Why would you tot let's go outside and to make it really hard to hang out. I like the ones where you sit in them. But the trees are too far apart. And when you sit in your basically just sitting on the ground because all the way to the grass exactly they're a bad idea. They're a bad idea. I don't think they ever should have been invented. I don't here's the thing. Don't get a hammock unless you're at. What's that show naked afraid that the only time a ham? It can be useful. We gotta get off the ground because there's fire. Ants crawling. Okay. So we gotta get gotta get off the ground. That then I understand. That I get that back yard in Clark, New Jersey. Get rid of the hammocks. You don't need it. You know, NIA you need. There's no fire. Ants. Yeah. This. Why love doing the show with you, man? It's just. Even mentioned rooming yet. I know that's the thing. This is looming show all groomer humor. But we're talking hammocks the fire. But yeah, that's the video of having your own radio show, which we're very grateful for by the way. But let's get to our topic before we even get to that. I want to give a special shout out to Sarah Jackson, who is a ten year veteran dog groomer, Sarah, this show is dedicated to you and groomers like you. Thank you so much for your comment that you left us on YouTube of you want to check out. Sarah's comment go to our channel go to YouTube punching grooming by Rudy, and you could see all of our videos along with Sarah's really kind common. So thank you so much sour Jackson and keep doing what you're doing. This are that was awesome. Thank you. I mean, that's it really is dedicated to her and other groomers goes. That's her comment is what made us want to do the show today. So where do we start being a dog groomer? Well, what a life. It's very very tough. I mean, it's not an easy life. It's uneasy life being a dog groomer because first of all it's something that most people would not choose to do. I think unless you really really have it in you to be a dog groomer, which we have obviously being that we've been doing it for so long. I don't know how you got it obviously got into it threw me. But I'm sure you'll agree. Like once you start doing it. It's kind of like man, I don't wanna do anything else. Like, I really love the dogs. I love being around animals and helping them I think, that's the main reason why most dog owners get into it. You know, for me, you know, obviously, I was a little different for me at first because you know, you're my dad's. So I loved like hanging out with you all day that was cool. Cool, and you know, stepped away a couple of times to try to go for the, you know, I guess you can call them more normal jobs because you do have to be a little bit crazy to be a dog groomer. But I hated nine to five I'm a clock watcher. You know, and I love dogs. So it's like no matter how many times I tried to step away from this business. I always found myself just coming back to it because it's not a nine to five and you get to be with dogs all day. It doesn't obviously dog. Grooming doesn't come without its many many challenges. But I don't know you're totally right. You just kind of drawn to it. Once you start it. There's no other job like it. Really? Oh, it's true. I've even tried to bow out of it. You know in the beginning because I was like man, I don't know if I see myself doing this a long term and in the beginning, I was kind of doing it on the side and still contemplating whether I should keep my job and or do dog, grooming full-time. But after a while as I got better at it as kind of like, well, wait a minute now. Can groom dog. I was grooming out of the house at the time. I can groom dog in an hour two hours, and I just made fifty bucks like nobody's paying me that kind of money for an hour or two. So maybe I will do this. And you start doing the math and you start going. Well, I'll do two dogs a day, and I'll do three dogs a day, and you really start to fall into it. And I think what's happening nowadays is a lot of people with YouTube and everything a lot of people are actually doing the do it yourself stuff. And they're finding out that they can get good at it too. And I think more and more people because of YouTube are going to be choosing dog grooming as a as a career, and I really hope they do, you know, it's also smart the way you went about it. Like what you just said you started off a lot of people quit because they don't do what you did where it's got to start with like one maybe two dogs. You can't just go in full force. And you're going to do six or seven dogs and one day when you first start out, you know, it's pretty smart decisions on your part because you probably would. Have given up if you tried to go dive right on? All right. I gotta do seven seven groupings in one day where you know, your brand new to it. There's no what you wouldn't even have the time. There's not enough hours in the day. When you first start to do even five dogs in one. Now you can fly throw him. But you know, that's a great point too. Because again, I think a lot of times it's underestimated the work the experience that you have to gain. It's not the kind of thing that you're going to learn right away. And that's what I meant by. It's hard. It's a tough thing to learn. But with anything that's tough. There's always a great reward at the end. But again, it's just something you just said you're going to learn slowly, you're going to learn how to do one dog before you could do to onward because again, it's that type of profession where you really really have to know what you're doing. And that's why I really want to thank all of you professional dog groomers out there guys, especially people that have stuck with it for over five years and stuff like that. Because. Most people bounce most people bounce right out of this profession because it's a very very hard job to do without a doubt. Without a lot of people fall off like you said, they bounce, you know, the precision that's required to do. This stuff is that's what gets me these days when I was younger, and I would see you being nervous and scared. I wouldn't understand until I started trying to do it myself a little bit. And and nowadays man when I see you with a real nervous dog on the table. I just think right away. How are you going to scissor that our suppose? Yeah, scissors up to this dog's head won't stop moving and keep your cool and not freak the dog out anymore than he's already freaked out like God's it really does take a special kind of precision and artistry really to pull off even one grooming. Never mind an eight dog day. Sure. And in that moment that you know, you finally get the dogs attention. You're able to get like a sniper to in. You know, you have to worry about somebody walking through the door. And now, you're just Reese. Starting you're starting over again. And or allowed noise a truck going by whatever it's just really it's a very tedious tedious job. And again, the dogs are going to feed off of your energy. So like, you said, you really gotta keep your cool. You gotta stay calm. You gotta be patient. You have to if the are not taking to it right away. You may have to put that dog away for a while and take out another dog and retry it just to get like even something as simple as the bangs getting trimmed, especially on a puppy. That's never had done before or anything. So it's more than just grooming. It's a lot of emotion. It's a lot of it. It's a lot of fear. You don't want to hurt the dog..

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:22 min | 2 years ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"How are you doing man? I'm good. I feel good this week. It's snowing right now. But we're about at the end of February. Right. The day we're recording this so spring is right around the corner. Yemen. I'm looking out the window right now. It's just a white sheet of snow. Yeah. Beautiful out New Jersey reminds me of that of the song by black Sabbath snow blind. I'm not I'm not I'm not too sure that it's actually about snow, but. And is about a white sheet of powder over. Yes. Exactly. You know, our lovely Ozzy Osbourne. Yeah. Snowballing love that guy. Dude. I was on YouTube recently checking on our channel have you seen a Maru and Hannah the cast you mean, the two cutest cats in the world. The ones on YouTube. Borrows like this like chubby little cat that he loves boxes and. This is watching them. Oh, yeah. He's so good for the camera to you could tell he knows when they're filming them. It's almost like the cat knows. Hey, you know, what we can make a lot of money. Post post this on YouTube. I like boxes what more. Do you need? You know, exactly. It's literally like he's probably saying like guys, listen, I'm a cat. I like jumping in and out of boxes and I ride a sled. Let's make some money doing this. Right. Lead. One was amazing. She's got like almost a million subscribers. And it's a cat. It's a it's a smart cat guys. I urge you please go on YouTube and checkout Maru the cat. It's I think it's a are. You hysterical. Right. Yeah. That is a door. Watch him for hours. I have watched him for hours. Funniest cat. Are the cutest thing in the world. I love that cat. Oh, yeah. He's such a sweetheart. They love him too. You can tell. Oh god. Yeah. I mean talk about pampering your pet. I mean, the both of them. I watched the video of them. And it was just the two of them and the owner just heading them for like twenty minutes as they're purring in squinting. And then Hannah's just starts licking my ruined. It's just it's just so funny to watch if you guys like videos, I love their addicting. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Cavaliers are some of the most addicting videos on the internet. Yeah. It's like riding a sled. He's in a hammock. I can't even get into a hammock ever tried. I have always fall out. Yeah. I wanna know thought that would be a good idea. They're not. It's not a good idea. I don't I don't know. I don't know any desperate. But even if you get into one could you imagine fall asleep and one and then like, you know, waking up your back is just Roach. You look like the letter c walking around because you know, you're spend too much time in a hammock. Here's the thing with him, basically, if you're lucky enough to even get in one and fall asleep. Why would you want to sleep in something at any? That's like getting into a bed that any moment can just break. And you know, it though because like if you fall asleep and a hammock you're waking up with your face in the dirt. It's just guaranteed. Eventually you just flip over. Yeah. I'm not a fan of having to balance while I'm trying to relax. It's hard to fall asleep that way exactly I don't wanna have to act like Indiana Jones while I'm trying to take a nap. Somebody could cut the one end at any moment. It's like trying to fall asleep while you're on the treadmill. Yeah. Exactly trying to fall asleep while you're taking a job one time. I was at a party, and that this is true story. I was at a party, and I was like and they had a hammock and there was nowhere to sit. So I'm like, you know, what what's the worst that can happen? I'm just gonna sit on and my legs are still on the ground. So no problem, dude. Within five minutes, I'm doing a backflip down the yard. There was a little hill. Now, I'm tumbling down a hill. And all we're trying to do was hang out. Yeah. I'm sure the beer had nothing to do with that too. Now. Now, absolutely not you you're you're very very aware vodka and electronic cigarettes at that night. The electron. Logic skews me I have to plug this. Yeah. Right. Does anybody have a USB port? I have to charge. My cigarette. Oh my God. That's so funny, dude. Yeah. Even if you have a hammock or you wanna put one up, you gotta get lucky enough to find two trees that are like, you know, perfectly. Yup. That's another good point about them. And then they tried to do the whole thing where it's like, they give the ones with the metal supports, and you don't need the trees. But again, how are you staying on that trying to take a nap while you're trying to surf it's just you know, I don't get comfortable. It's a summer thing. And again, all right be outside. It's gorgeous. But it's like, you know. Just lay on the couch. Todd. Let's go outside and to make it really hard to hang out. I like the ones where like you sit in them, but the trees are too far apart. And when you sit in your basically just sitting on the ground like because goes all the way to the grass exactly there are a bad idea. They're a bad idea. I don't think they ever should have been invented. I don't get. Here's the thing. Don't get a hammock unless you're at that. What's that show naked and afraid that the only time a it can be useful? We gotta get off the ground because there's fire. Ants crawling. Okay. So we gotta get we gotta get off the ground. That then I understand. That I get that back yard in Clark, New Jersey, get rid of the hammocks. We don't need it. You know? There's no fire. Ants. This. Why love doing the show with you, man? It's just one. Mentioned grooming yet. I know that's the thing. This is rooming show groomer humor. But we're hammocks the fire. But yeah, that's the beauty of having your own radio show, which we're very grateful for by the way. Yeah. But let's get to our topic before we even get to that. I want to give a special shout out to Sarah Jackson, who is a ten year veteran dog groomer, Sarah, this show is dedicated to you and groomers like you. Thank you so much for your comment that you left us on YouTube. If you want to check out Sarah's comment, go to our channel go to YouTube punching grooming by Rudy, and you could see all of our videos along with Sarah's really kind common. So thank you so much Sarah Jackson and keep doing what you're doing. Yeah. Sorry. That was awesome. Thank you. Yeah. I mean, that's it really is dedicated to her and other groomers because that's her comment is what made us want to do the show today. So you know, man, where do we start being a dog groomer? Wow. What a life. It's very very tough. I mean, Siamese you life. It's uneasy life being a dog groomer because first of all it's something that most people would not choose to do. I think unless you really really have it in you. To be a dog groomer, which we have obviously being that. We've been doing it for so long. I don't know how you got it. I obviously you've got into it threw me. But I'm sure you'll agree. Like once you start doing it. It's kind of like man, I don't wanna do anything else. Like, I really love the dogs. I love being around animals and helping them I think, that's the main reason why most dog groomers get into it. Yeah. For me, it, you know, obviously, I was a little different for me at first because you know, you're my dad's. So I loved like hanging out with you all day that was cool. And you know, I stepped away a couple of times to try to go for more. I guess you can call them more normal jobs because you do have to be a little bit crazy to be a dog groomer. But I hated nine to five I'm a clock watcher. You know, and I love dogs. So it's like no matter how many times I've tried to step away from this business. I always found myself just coming back to it. Because it's not a nine to five and you get to be with dogs all day doesn't obviously dog. Grooming doesn't come without its many many challenges. But I don't know you're totally right. You just kinda drawn to it. Once you start it. Yeah. There's no other job like it. Really? Yep. It's true. I mean, I've even tried to bow out of it. You know in the beginning because I was like man, I don't know if I see myself doing this long term and in the beginning, I was kind of doing it on the side and still contemplating whether I should keep my job or do dog, grooming fulltime. But after a while as I got better at it. I was kinda like, well, wait a minute. I can groom a dog grooming out of the house at the time. I can groom a dog in an hour two hours. And you know, I just made fifty bucks like nobody's paying me that kind of money for an hour or two. So maybe I will do this. And you start doing the math and you start going. Well, I'll do two dogs a day, and I'll do three dogs a day, and you really start to fall into it. And I think what's happening nowadays is a lot of people with YouTube and everything a lot of people are actually doing the do it yourself stuff. And they're finding out that they can get good at it too. And I think more and more people because of YouTube are going. To be choosing dog grooming as a as a career, and I really hope they do. It's also smart the way you went about it. Like what you just said you started off a lot of people quit because they don't do what you did where it's gotta start with one maybe two dogs. You can't just go in full force. And you're going to do six or seven dogs in one day when you first start out, you know, it's pretty smart decisions on your part because you probably would have given up if you try to just go dive right on. All right. I gotta do seven seven groupings in one day. Your brand new to it. There's no you wouldn't even have the time. There's not enough hours in the day. When you first start to do even five dogs in one. Now, you can fly throw them, but you know. That's a great point too. Because again, I think a lot of times it's underestimated the work the experience that you have to gain. It's not the kind of thing that you're gonna learn right away. And that's what I meant by. It's hard. It's a tough thing to learn. But with anything that's tough. There's always a great reward at the end. But again, it's just something like you said, you're gonna learn slowly you're gonna learn how to do one dog before you could do to, you know, and then onward because again, it's that type of profession where you really really have to know what you're doing. And that's why I really want to thank all of you professional dog groomers out there guys, especially people that have stuck with it for over five years and stuff like that. Because most people bounce most people bounce rate out of this profession because it's just a very very hard job to do without a doubt. Without a doubt. A lot of people fall off like you said they bounce the precision. That's required to do. This stuff is that's what gets me. These days when I was younger, and I would see you being nervous. And scared. I you know, I wouldn't understand until I started trying to do it myself a little bit. And nowadays man when I see you with a real nervous dog on the table. I just think right away. How are you gonna scissor that how're you supposed? Yeah. Scissors up to this dog's head who won't stop moving and keep your cool and not freak the dog out anymore than he's already freaked out. Like gosh, it really does take a special kind of precision and artistry really pull off even one grooming. You know, never mind an eight dog day. Sure. And in that moment that you know, you finally get the dogs attention you're able to get like a sniper to and you know, you have to worry about somebody walking through the door. And now, you're just restarting you're starting over again. And or a loud noise a truck going by whatever it's just really it's a very tedious tedious job. And again, the dogs are gonna feed off of your energy. So like, you said you really got to keep your cool. You gotta stay calm. You gotta be pay. Patient. You have two dogs are taking to it right away. You may have to put that dog away for a while. And take out another dog and retry it just to get like even something as simple as the bangs getting trimmed, especially on puppy. That's never had it done before or anything. So it's more than just grooming. It's a lot of emotion. It's a lot of a lot of fear. You don't want to hurt the dog..

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Right. Right now time for a game called Amy versus lunchbox, Amy. Explain the game to our listeners, please. Well boy. So he gets questions that normally girls would get like, you know, nail polish something like that. And then I get sports questions, basically, all for the men, and I don't watch sports. So I'm listening, but he wears nail polish basically. Okay. All right. So you played at ten right now. Lunchboxes winning seventy two. Yeah. Are you ready? Now time for Amy versus lunchbox, Amy. I. The Super Bowl is this Sunday. New big pothole out of the gate who is the coach for the New England Patriots. Bell bell check excuse me by Bill ballot. Check coach Bela check, we can't play the game where you just yell things at coach Bela Chen, and it's Bill. Okay. What did you say Bill bell? Your answer is check. Scare me 'cause you yell bell. Bella check. And then you started running on accent. Name is bell bull crap. What power tool? Has a called a Chuck. Chat. How tool? It's got to be the drill. I don't know what your answers are. Because you play this game. So weird you to say the power drill the drill. Did I say drill weird? Well, Bella check run if everybody ready. Ken worth Peterbilt, an international manufacturer what? Ken worth Peterbilt and international tolls. Still. Yeah. Sim is correct. Tracks. You got to got one rigs. Ready? Yeah. What viral star hosts the Netflix show tidying up? It's on the front and play. Amy seen. We've talked about on the show times already. Yup. Sarah Jackson, Sarah Jackson. Wow. Amy to still Marie condo. Vox, what cocktail is made with is your specialty vodka triple sec cranberry, juice and freshly squeezed lime juice. What what cocktail is made with vodka triple set cranberry, juice and freshly squeezed, juice. Ram berry Jews. I mean, I don't know what. Triple sec is. Also, quite Israel say may now. Yeah, it's like an orange liqueur. Yeah. Wow. Look at you to come. We'll go it's not. I ought to say MARTINI. Even though it's not right. Amy if this right? You win they serve it in a MARTINI glass, but it's a Cozma politician..

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on The Big 98

"Bell, excuse me. Bob, Bill Belichick. Coach belichick. We can't play the game where you just yell things in a coach Bela. Check bill. Okay. What did you say bell bell bell? Your answer is. Scare me because you're you're bell. Ballot. Check. And then you started running the accent. Bell crap. What power tool? Has a part called a Chuck. Our it's gotta be the drill. I don't know what your answers are. Because you played the game. So weird. You just say thank the power drill. The drill. Stay drill weird. Well, Bella, Bella, everybody. Reading. Kenilworth. Peterbilt's an international manufacturer what? Kenilworth. Peterbilt, an international. Yes, sim is correct. Big trucks. You get to got one. Big rigs. Ready? What Byrol star hosts the Netflix show tidying up. It's on the front at Blake's ABC. Now, we've talked about on the show already Sarah Jackson, Sarah Jackson. Wow. Amy to Marie con-. Don't. Plus box what cocktail made with as your specialty vodka. Triple sec cranberry, juice and.

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"sarah jackson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:58 min | 3 years ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of steel, it'll be less obtrusive at it'll be stronger. The president says he could still declare a national emergency to build his wall. But at the border today House Democrats rejected the idea that the president could act on a barrier without approval from congress, Texas, congressman Joaquin Castro, a strong and swift challenge from all of us and other members of congress and the American people in a letter last night, the White House outlined its latest demands for the border five point seven billion for construction of a steel barrier. Eight hundred million dollars for urgent humanitarian needs five hundred sixty three million for seventy five new federal immigration judges and four point two billion dollars for tens of thousands of new beds in detention facilities. Democrats say funding for a wall in any form remains a non-starter? Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. Spoke today in New York. It's every time. President Trump throws a tantrum and demands he get his way unless the government will be shut down. It will create disaster courage his worst instincts, which are bad enough. Now, meanwhile, many federal buildings remained closed and the shutdown effects continue to spread the department of the interior has announced it is shifting money to keep some national parks open and collect trash and human waste and some eight hundred thousand federal workers are entering a third week of being furloughed working without pay. This has led you longer security lines at airports as some employees with the Transportation Safety administration. Call out sick rather than work without pay and Lee is here with me now along with our White House correspondent, Michelle cinder. Sorry, rather you can use. Let me start with you. The president never been shy about publicly making his case for why this wall barrier is necessary, but you were invited to a very private briefing today at the White House with some other reporters. Vice president Pence was their homeland security secretary Nielsen what was their message their messages that this White House believes there's a humanitarian and a Nash. Security crisis at the southern border. And as a result, the government cannot be open because of that the president wants this wall. He says because it really needs to keep out drug traffickers human traffickers secretary Nielsen I pushed her on some of the numbers at the White House has been using because they were handing out charts a whole stack of papers. I'm really making the case that there's a numbers behind the argument that they're making and secretary Nelson said look there are terrorists crossing the border. There are terrorists operating in that region. However, she wouldn't say exactly how many terrorists were stopped at the actual physical border are reporting is that most terrorists that are being stopped are being stopped at airports and most of the drugs that are being smuggled in are being smuggled in through cars in legal ports of entry. So all we have is Democrats and Republicans really not not really agreeing on the facts here. Add to that the vice president sons over and over again said the Democrats are not willing to negotiate with the White House. They're saying that senior staff it's with them. But lawmakers were not in the room over the weekend. Only so over to you congress, isn't it? Session until tomorrow. But what a congressional Democrats say that they say that these staff talks over the weekend. We're just that that they never expected it to be at a higher level. And they say that one of their problems here is they don't think vice president Pence can do the negotiating because they say he made an offer a couple of weeks ago that the White House rescinded just hours after the vice president made that offer they say only President Trump is the one that they can negotiate with any even he they say changes position as we saw this tape. Now, they're adding and bringing up more funding requests for more items. So Democrats say they're still confused over what the president wants as for what they're going to do Democrats starting tomorrow and all this week in the house will pass separate appropriations bills to open up most of the agencies are closed one by one that will give the Senate those options and the president those options, but right now Republicans say they're not interested. So you may the president and members of his team have continued to say, it's a crisis. There's a national security interest here, despite the fact neither of those claims are supported by. Actual evidence yet that we've seen is this where they're digging in. When we continue to just hear this message. You will continue to hear this message and they're going to contain digging today. Vice president Pence was asked the question about whether or not he is being undermined by the president. And he said everything that we've offered the White House's floated has been directly approved by the president. He also added to the fact that this is not about politics. He said, the president isn't thinking about the politics. He said, the I hate the word base is say that the president is only thinking about the American people. However, the president's having a nine pm address tomorrow. Some people are seeing that it's political because it's going to be a prime time address. The other thing that they're thinking is that the walls a political symbol? Immediately. So hang with me for just a second. We do want to take a bit of a turn now and continue with our daily look at the impact of that shutdown now in its seventeenth day. Guys, you've been hearing stories from folks across the country. You mean there are folks out there making some very tough choices right now. They're folks making tough choices out there and one of the people making tough choices is Lisa Jackson. She is someone who's living in Louisiana. I want to hear what she has to say. She's a federal worker. I'm a single parent. So I have one income, and I have to pay all the bills. I've had to postpone surgery that was scheduled for next week. I was holding off till after the holidays to do it. But now being furloughed worried that my three hundred plus costs for the surgery will be money that I would need later this month. I also am in taking graduate classes, I'm trying to wait another week or so before making a decision on my spring classes, if we don't go back to work soon. I'm gonna have to drop out of those classes because I won't be able to afford the tuition and fees paid those out of pocket. Sorry that was Sarah Jackson in Louisiana and the president saying that the people that are impacted including federal workers are behind him. He's he's he's trying to have the office of budget management, mitigate these impacts on real people. But he also says at the end of the day, he's his primary concern is what he sees as a crisis on the southern border at Lisa so far. We're seeing it's not just the impact on individual federal workers like Sarah Jackson. They're right to their families to right. This is a widespread impact and our team put out a big call at anyone affected. And so we heard not just from workers directly. But from family members, I want to play video, but by a man named Sam Chirazi he lives here in the DC area is a federal worker, but he's also affected by his child. Daycare. And here's where he has to say, I'm a furloughed, federal employees. But it's not just me that's been affected by the shutdown. My daughter's daycare is closed because it's located inside a federal building. We still have to pay the daycare bills because the daycare workers are not federal employees. And so they wouldn't get back. Hey, I don't mind paying for their salaries because they deserve to get paid during the. Shutdown, but it is frustrating that my daughter will be able to go to daycare and play with their friends and learn now, what's interesting here is he will miss a paycheck on Friday. If there is no resolution of this shutdown tomorrow and not as the case for most of the federal workers. One more thing the people who control the payroll for many of these agencies work for the department of commerce and data selves are not getting paid. But they will be putting out the payroll for anyone who does get paid. So we're seeing individuals impacted families impacted as there a wider ripple effect of any kind. There is there is an there are many economic effects, and we're going to focus on just one here. There is a small business owned by woman named Chelsea bunch. And she says she is trying to get her business to be an LLC to do that you need the IRS to give you an identification number. She sent us a video about the problem. She's having because the IRS is shut shutdown. Can't get a Bank account. We can't get posits obey count. We're operating entirely a cash. So we had to do payroll on Friday cash Republican doing it. Again this Friday in cash if it doesn't open up the end, it's just incredibly convenient run instructions on in cash, so she's doing home remodeling in Tampa. She can't get with cutting EIN an employer identification number from the IRS because it shut down. Now late today. The White House announced that the president is ordering the IRS to put out refunds we've asked. If that will also include things like this, employer identification number. It's really not clear how this is gonna work or if it will now clear at all how it's going to play out impact already being seen across the country. Lisa Desjardins, Michel sender to talk to you both things in the day's other news US China trade talks began in Beijing amid tensions over tariffs and the arrest of a Chinese tech exec in Canada. Chinese officials also complained that a US warship had violated its territorial waters in the South China Sea. The Trump administration had said it will impose new tariffs on China. If a trade deal is not reached by March. First the resumption of trade talks helped Wall Street rally again, the Dow Jones industrial average gained ninety eight points to close at twenty three thousand five thirty one. The NASDAQ rose eighty four points and the S and P five hundred added seventeen parts of northern and southern California worked to recover today from pair of winter storms around Sacramento strong. Winds knocked down power lines last night affecting ninety thousand customers and in the south heavy rains caused mudslides near Malibu in areas burned bear by wildfires. Thirteen miles of the Pacific Coast Highway remained closed for cleanup today in western Afghanistan. Taliban attacks killed twenty one police and militia members late last night the militants storms to checkpoints. Piece province near the border with Turkmenistan, Taliban and US officials are set to meet this month to discuss a possible ceasefire a Saudi Arabian teenager will be allowed to stay in Thailand. For now after fleeing her family over alleged abuse over the weekend. Eighteen year old Mahathir Mohammad Alcoa, noon, barricaded herself in a Bangkok airport hotel and tweeted pleas for help she said, she renounced Islam and feared retribution if she were sent home today. I'll left the hotel with Thai immigration officials. They said the UN refugee agency will evaluate her case Lago dot com. We will talk to her and do whatever she requests, we will not send anyone to their deaths. We won't do that. We will adhere to the human rights principles under the rule of law. The Saudis denied they had tried to force the teen to return home. Her case is the latest to highlight Saudi Arabia's strict guardianship laws that force women to have a male relatives consent to travel or Mary in France. The trial opened today for a Roman Catholic cardinal accused of covering up sexual abuse. By a priest cardinal Philippe biplane is among the most powerful figures in the church. His lawyer says Bob Athena admits he made mistakes, but that he didn't violate the law back in this country actor Kevin Spacey was arraigned in tuck it Massachusetts on charges that he groped an eighteen year old busboy in two thousand sixteen lawyers for Spacey entered a plea of not guilty to a charge of indecent assault and battery the judge set the next hearing for March the governor of Tennessee has granted clemency to a woman convicted of murder who's. Case drew nationwide attention sin. Toya Brown has said she was a victim of sex trafficking. She was convicted of killing a man who picked her up when she was sixteen Brown is now thirty and is nearly finished her work for a college degree. She'll be released in August. Calls for female empowerment highlighted last night's Golden Globe awards. Glenn Close scored a surprise win as best actress rather for her role in the wife. She plays the wife of a Nobel prize winning writer close if brought to mind her own mother. 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"sarah jackson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:09 min | 3 years ago

"sarah jackson" Discussed on KGO 810

"The voice of reason in the bay area for forty three years now, Ron Owens. So last week I'm walking around on chest that straight and there's books Inc. I go and look around and see what's new in books and right by the cash register what do I see but the two thousand nine hundred ninety of the world almanac and book of facts for two thousand nineteen I might add when I was a kid. I live for that. I mean, I couldn't wait till I came out. I thought boy in this age of the internet. Is it still something I'd want and I must have spent twenty minutes flipping through it to tell us about the world almanac. We have Sarah Johnson who is the senior editor of the world almanac. Sarah, I'm not unusual. Right. I mean, people just cannot put that thing down. I hear that story quite a bit. Actually, that's a fun thing about a book like the world almanac. You pick it up you flip to random page. And you get totally lost in whatever you happen to find. Their what's interesting is I was wondering how is it different? Because of the internet age the one great thing that the world almanac. Editors. Will acknowledge which internet is that it makes our job a whole lot easier. And also, a whole lot more complicated. We had a huge new universe of sacks and information that's accessible to us. And that includes not just editors, but our readers, and so the editors get to do is go through that universe and call it down and find the authoritative information the essential information and make the book better and better each year. Because of how much information is accessible these days. I would think one of the keys also is permanent. So I mean, sure you can look anything up on the internet. But by the next day for that matter, the next hour, you forgotten what you looked up, and at least with the book of facts, you got it all in front of you. That's exactly right. And especially in a year like twenty eighteen was a lot of our job is to document the events of the past year. You've got the top ten news, topics. I know that. So like give me an idea what what's your top ten in news. Do you know the top ten news topics this year? I think probably didn't surprise a lot of people when we got to the top ten list the things like. Midterm elections. The immigration story is going on at the border and elsewhere in the United States that Muller investigation, obviously news on that just about every day. It seemed like in twenty eighteen Crean nuclear negotiations rounded out the top four. And obviously, a new supreme court Justice is always a big news story. So those were the top five this year for the world Hamanaka editors you also has some sections that are interesting. You got the year in sports with any sports fans gonna love. I mean, that's a given. Usually what I flip to. I you got the top ten news, topics. We talked about now what's world at a glance well world at a glance is the world almanacs effort to put in one page a bunch of really interesting, we speak to what's going on in the world. Some number one some highlights from all of the different sections the world almanac. That we think will keep people's interest. And you'll find there then a page reference to find more information about those individuals. Are you allowed things change each year? Or I mean, you can't it's a thick. Thick book. I can't imagine you started from scratch each year. But how is it done? How's it put together? So it is not made from scratch each year necessarily. But about a third of the book, it's completely brand new each year. And we're talking about a one thousand eight page book still quite a lot. That's brand new. And then the about another third is just updated. So for example, ear section that has article in every nation in the world will have all updated statistics in it. And that about a third is what we call her, evergreen. So things like a copy of the constitution. But even those will need to get checked because sometimes even the constitution gets, you know, a historical look, and they decide that maybe a word wasn't formatted a correct way or there needed to be a line break here or something like that. So it's still even those evergreen things sort of get another look every single year. We're talking with Sarah Jackson. She's the senior editor of the world almanac. We live in a time where the news cycles change everything so quickly. How do you keep? Up with that. It is a lot of work. We're actually already, you know, keeping an eye on things for the twenty twenty edition and certainly as much as things change so quickly. It's easy to forget everything that happens over the course of the past year. So that's we have the world almanac. Editors doing for you. We're keeping track of everything that happens throughout the course of the year. You know, there were news stories that happened at the beginning of twenty eight team that people can hardly remember. Now, it seems like things like the ballistic missile scare in Hawaii at the beginning of the year. You know, that was a pretty big story, but sort of disappeared into the memory because of so much other stuff having happened. So you got the world almanac to keep track of all of that stuff. Where you them put it in one place where you can constantly revisit and go back to you have another section. It's called time capsule. What is that like if somebody were to discovered one hundred years from now, this is what they ought to know, not necessarily what they didn't know. But we think the things that best represent you know, the things that people were talking about finding. Interest in that we're unique to twenty eighteen. So for example, this year, we had something like the plastic straw. You know, those were being banned left and right in twenty teen definitely something that might represent the year. We've got the great Philadelphia Flyers mascot and greedy. Who definitely drew a lot of attention in twenty eight teams so things that will absolutely say twenty eighteen to people who will revisit it in years to come that kind of tells them with the other section offbeat news story. Offi news stories are a lot of fun together every single year. You know, we find these really odd stories it wouldn't necessarily, you know, make the top ten headlines in terms of, you know, serious news topics, but create a little fun a little bit of a break from the serious news. One of my favorites this year, what's definitely a amusement park in France. It's actually a historical amusement park. So something like alone, you'll Williamsburg, and they were having such a problem with littering. Breath, but they trained a bunch of crows to pick him up. Came a destination a tourist attraction for them. That's funny. No. But you got one thing that really hurts. I gotta tell you because I'm looking at the background of the book. And it says here one of the things you do is you check for the greatest over forty all stars. And it's called senior moments. Forty year old Tom Brady's a senior come on. It's all relative when you're talking about, athletes and sports, but there are actually some fantastic stories in there, and some athletes who are quite a bit older than forty when they made these insane accomplishments, and I think Tom Brady and athletes were accomplishing things in their forties. Or really just are jumping off point for finding some of these great stories like barten- Navratilova winning doubles grand slam in her fifties. You know, these are stories that are are really fun to look at perspective. You don't see in sports a lot. And one thing I do want to say as you've got brand new statistics and crime rates for all the cities in the US trade and immigration policy, which is very important to us right now, you talk about the tax cuts. Daca mobile apps. Take usage you cover a lot of ground. Yeah. You know, we're constantly changing things trying to keep the book up to date. And you know, these are all topics that people were interested in in the past year and are going to continue to be interested in going forward. So we're trying to provide a really fantastic resource for people to use for all of twenty nineteen and even years to come well, Sarah. I was going to buy it in the line was too long. I will go out and buy it. It's only the fifteen bucks. Right. Be confined it for a lot less than you can find it wherever books are sold as this past week. All right, by the way, one stat to add because I checked it up before I called you. Seventy nine percent is the answer. The question is what's the percentage of people who have taken the world almanac? When they went into the bathroom. Is that an official line 'cause that's an official one that we could put that in the book next seventy nine percent. Thank you, Sarah. It's been a delight happy new year. Thank you so much heavy near and that was Sarah Jansen. She is the senior editor of the world almanac. And book of facts, that's the Ron Owens report. Every weekday afternoons at twelve fifty pm and again at three fifty and nine fifty pm on G the law office of Denise Eaton may, protecting your workplace and your business..

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