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Fresh update on "savannah" discussed on WCBM Programming
"And it is quite powerful. And it doesn't discriminate on either side of the Seine. And a five and I would recommend that anyone who can check that out and thank you for sharing that. You have no idea. How effective you have fins. And our and will continue to be and I just wish you blessings and your guests. And with the best for you in all your endeavors. Thank you. Thank you so much pain. You're making me weepy. Thank you, Pat. For those you called Pat's one of their loyal listeners as well calls in and I think we did what we were trying to dio and so and you know, why don't we just go to Luigi as well? We've got Luigi will clear the Luigi, my friend. How are you? Would you like that while you live in? You know, it's just It's just time. You know things run their course is all I'm going to say, And But I'm feeling very, very honored, very proud, really More than really the Uttered in the proud I guess, toe touch people's lives and given them a voice, including you because I know you've called in several times and had been listening to the show on a regular basis. Thank you. Thank you. Well, we'll see what happens. You know, I say that I'm a good Catholic boy practicing Catholic practicing to get it right. But I think when God closes a door, he opens a window or vice versa. Whatever that is. The door's typically bigger than the window. Right. So maybe closing a window here. And opening your state way. I'm right. See that, And so we'll see. You know, it's just one of the things that encourage people to do. Luigi is to listen to your aunt. I'm doing most of the talking. I'm not letting Greg and Caroline here very much, but I know they share. This is to listen to those voices. Great. We talked about that. That intuition a lot of times. I think when we get in the most troubles when we fight it Well, Yeah. When you argue with what your spirit is telling you, right? Why don't we do that? It's an ego thing. What's that? Luigi? I want to be the best man is unbelievable. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, sir. I really appreciate that You continue following on social media and you know wherever, But you know, the comments are coming in on Facebook Live. It's great. And so I really appreciate Luigi. You calling in and listening to us and And your comments. That's really what we did here. So thank you so so much. Take one more call. And you know why don't we take John in server in a park? Hey, John Savannah Park. How are you, My friend. You're live on the bottom. I'm good, Bob. I lost a baby many years ago,.
"savannah" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"It's a cookie mountain so it looks sort of like stink. It's a cookie mounted an cookie monster's on the bottom of peaking out, and then there's it's a vessel. So there's milkshake inside the cookie mountain and then it's topped with another cookie. This just feels like who which chains nobody's holding doughnut chain smoker got on the phone with their lawyer and was like, how do we get out of this contract? We do not want to go to the sugar factory in Santa Monica and pose with our Tequila in Matt in like Kovin masks and like have to like fake eat SARLA scrawled onto the food again, the rainbow sliders, waffles and big cheesy Burger. The learn like sorry, this is this is ironclad is as contracts go you gotta go you gotTa. Go do it. Okay. So there is a partnership which I did not realize which now makes a little more sense but is still humiliation like, yeah, there. Is being used in the specialty drinks right and specialty specialty is we're not going to name them 'cause I. Don't WanNa spun them anymore. I'm already said I just thought. I just thought it was sort of like the Tequila, launch, party or something there. I, didn't realize that Tequila was being used in these disgusting Goblet ranks because don't you see there's a photo of a very nice and patient person wearing a mask and gloves pouring this chain smoker a drink I'm like this is disgusting to me I'm like disgusted and also the fire, the FA sparklers inside of the trees just make them less appetizing like I don't want to get closer to that dude you're going to get. You'RE GONNA fuck up your insides you cannot eat that. State, you need twelve Tom's I. Hope you're eating Tom every other bite or else you're never going to survive this. What does the song? What is the? was doing just fine before I met you like them to everything on the table. This table is worse than meeting Halsey. Terrible terrible terrible next up meany leaks was quote unquote fired this always happens where it's like one side says I was fired the other side says no I just this one I do believe 'cause Anini is kind of so iconic on that show and then outside that show I, kind of believe that Nina ask for a lot of money and get it and laugh you know what I mean like this one just feels more like there wasn't a confrontation I mean Nina has had she's left the show a few times i. Think via like other for other reasons and had confrontations. But this one feels like I'm asking for a shit ton of money if I don't get it, I'm Outta here I didn't realize that she had tweeted or re tweeted someone say that Andy Cohen should be fired. So maybe I could see Andy Cohen getting really petty and angry about Shit like that and being like you know what? No by but music but Nina's like a star like I just feel like it is silly for them to lose her in this way length. Don't have that many speaks stars like needy whatever it just feels like we're talking a lot about house ways leaving recently I guess it's like housewife negotiation season because all of them are fucking up for a new contract leaving go like all this stuff. So I don't know why I don't know but Nina felt important to talk about because we're talking about Denise Richards who was only on one season barely made an impact Nina's like you know though fucking mvp of this show what I'm not sure if I understand or not is that maybe maybe you have some thoughts on this like. What is What creates more interesting or maybe even just straight better perception among the public quitting or getting fired. So is there a chance that even if winning was like I don't WanNa, do this anymore winning I quit. Is there an interpretation where being fired makes it more interesting like I mean it makes it because you know when this stuff happens Ori more interesting because it's there's the the reason why you would quit versus why you fired why you were fired is going to be a way more interesting story than why you quit. No. It's just always weird to me that like because this happened with what's her name to Durango where it's like? No one can ever come to an agreement on how the person left the show and I find that sort of interesting where it's like maybe eventually down the line of the story, something does get confirmed but in those first few days and weeks of reporting, it's all muddled and it's all very vague and you're like what did happen here like that's so weird to me star always wants to have the power. So they WANNA say they quit it was their decision and the network like I don't know if they care either way, they want it to be like. Almost like it was mutual, they don't want to have lost the star, but I do think if SARS going off saying I quit I quit I quit I quit and the truth is that they were fired. I do think a network or whoever would maybe leak actually in our equipment because that is more in their best interest to like kind of drama and they don't really care about you know the person's personal dignity or whatever clearly don't. But yeah, I mean I do think you're a housewife is always gonna GonNa WanNa own the narrative and say I quit. Or unless they got fired for something that's like. You know important but that's not really the case usually knicks up this just tickled me. It's technically relationship news but not really it was just we talk about Olivia Culpa Lot because she always pops up and we always forget who she is who she's everywhere she. WanNa fall. She's definitely the least important. The least relevant the least Popular Olivia she was like the fashion she's not fashion. She was the beauty queen she was like Miss Rhode Island, Miss Universe, imagine going from Miss Rhode. Island to Miss Universe. But an all the universe you find your miss in Rhode Island it's just funny category where you have Olivia Munn Olivia Colpo is like the least were like. You have a live, you levy a wild but. Home in of course. J.. J.. Famous Libya's. An. I found this interesting. This is specifically Sushi's dating a NFL player Christian McCaffrey who is a by all accounts by what I can tell a very famous popular successful and by all accounts. Twenty Four. This is not about him, but it makes sense that he is the more famous of the two because he is an NFL star right up NFL. She also dated Danny Amendola that was the big drama with her which why we talked. and. He was not nice to her from glare what I found Nick Jonas. But what I found interesting about this is that even though we've talked about Olivia Culpa four years now Libya been cleared of this like who we? You know orbiting figure in WHO's for years and years and years she got this story and page six everything to know about Olivia Culpa Christian McCaffrey's girlfriend I was like honey we've only. About her. And then you click and I was like, what are you talking about? She's been like page six has certainly covered this woman before, and then the the lead of the story is if anyone is having I, just will not I want the statute on my body..
"savannah" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"She doesn't waste any time daisy lowe moves on with love interest number three in four months of lockdown as she is seen smooch in mystery man in Park Pda fest is this mystery man a property developer an animal lover Jordan Saul. Bass Hog Frontmen an animal lover Royston Langdon. Those two options. I'm. GonNa say Royston Langdon because I liked that name. Okay. That's wrong. Voice in this space hog frontman she used to date he was married to live tyler. He's a little bit old for Daisy Lowe. But Daisy Lowe data date his son Christian for a while he was a he was love interest number like one or two in the four months of lockdown for lazy for Daisy. Dot. And Got guttering question number two you got that wrong okay. Question number two. Keira. Santana cuts a stylish figure in a powder blue blazer. She spent time with mystery male companion during low key outing is Cara Santana's mystery man a jared leto older brother Shannon or be Chris Evans younger brother Scott. Don't even try to fool me on this. It is jared leto brother Shannon we talked about their relationship that is. That is correct. We have the headline picture exclusive Cara? Santana packs on the PDA with jared leto older brother as philandering ex Jesse metcalfe moves on with new girlfriend. Okay. Got Now number three. Bb Rex a can't take her eyes off mystery man as a stock up on groceries together in Los. Angeles is the mystery Man Music Video Director Roman governor whom she gave a brand new Ferrari for his birthday or be filmmaker K Saaf Yari? She gave a brand new Ferrari for his birthday. Oh, so it's the second one. Yes. The first one is read orange our friend. I was like, why do I recognize that name? Okay. The headline is rex kisses new boyfriend filmmaker. K. on South Yarra gives him. If she gives her baby a new car, she gave him a new car reunites K. number four. I like the what was she can't take her eyes off of him as they like stock up on groceries. Footage of her like looking at him directly in the is unlike grabbing things missing the cart. Danger is now missing the garden during Sorry go on. Picture exclusive number four picture exclusive khloe green passionately kisses a hunky mystery man aboard her father Sir Philip's one hundred eighteen million pound yacht in France while Johns say Jeremy Meeks marches in black lives matter protests is the. She's kissing a STAV rose nachos third grandson to starve Oh snap. Chose the first the multi-million dollar shipping tycoon be manual FIALA CEO of company Royal Yacht Brokers, which boasts celebrity clients as Madonna. Chrissy Teigen and Alicia vk under it's got it's gotta be the broker. It is exclusive khloe mystery. Khloe. Greens mystery boyfriend is revealed as Italian yacht broker and father of one manual, Elia, the Elia the. Elliott what world but clearly khloe green not be dating a yacht broker right now you've been dating since last year according to this headline. Okay Five. Theresa June. Is Baby. It's cold outside new flame post. Joe Is the new Flame Post Joe a Perry Nuncio Aka Perry, the plumber on real housewives of New Jersey or be Anthony De Lorenzo Aka. Tony the contractor on real housewives of New Jersey. it's Anthony. The Renzo yes. That's true because Hillary. Ziada is a character on the sopranos known as I'm Erin era. He's Tony's east Tony Show chauffeur remember him. Okay. Okay picture exclusive Theresa. Jude. Is Newly Single Reality Star snuggles up to Anthony Lorenzo days after separating from husband Joe after twenty years of marriage. Okay. Now, we're GONNA do a quick flashback back to two thousand eleven. Minnie driver making out with mystery man is this mystery man from two thousand eleven a criss angel, mind freak or be Matt Felker a model slash dancer who is previously romantically linked to Jennifer Aniston some Blair and played the love interest and Britney Spears toxic music video. Number two that is correct although she did date Chris Angel do you remember the Criss Angel Drama I actually don't see was dating Chris Angel and he proposed to her this is where all reportedly and on that literally the next night he was spotted with Diaz, what do you do this? No I did not angels left many driver for Cameron. Diaz. In, two thousand and. Two Thousand and seven. So okay before this before she did admit Felker AK, the toxic guy from the music video. Okay. Number. Do you like them apples your number ten? We have two more number ten, number ten I, think you know the answer to this 'cause? I only gave you one option. From TMZ. Shyla buff shirtless touted and locking lips with a mystery blonde. WHO's that? Me Up. Shakila and ex wife Mia goth spark reconciliation rumors after PGA session in L.. A.. And the reading is back. Their wedding rings are back on almost two years after filing for divorce. This was one TMZ thought that child loves own EX, wife, was mystery blonde. No this money. To be fair, there was her her hair was in Deir here right now. Okay. Last question ready yes. Maya. Forty quote secretly married a mystery man in the Seychelles two months ago after being linked to Jay Z and Gucci Mane a decade ago who was the mystery man? Was it a the rapper the game be football star to Sean Jackson or see herself was herself So. Right at the moment you I was like, wait a second. She married her so I have forty married herself in. Two months ago for a music video after leading fans to believe she wed a mystery man. That's good. Okay. That's my game. That's my game. That's my ticket game. Yeah. Thank you. That was good. I worked hard on it. How is this still happening? How was the sugar factory still both like getting this sort of talent to like do these events but also how the sugar factory Oh ben like I thought the sugar factory photos pre Kovic were demeaning but the but I we had never seen photos from the factory mid pandemic, which are truly debasing and I can't imagine not needing hours of therapy after appearing in these photos like the sugar like the like the chain smokers are to promote their smoking candy goblets. In collaboration with their Tequila Rand with like Jaya Yahya or something. I don't think I. Don't think. That I want to do anything less than like. Drink Tequila and eat a lot of sugar that actually does sound fun. That's like how Margarita, like a Sweet Marguerita but like what. But what's funny about this is like one of the train smokers Alex is over the age of thirty the other one's twenty six but the one who's over the age of thirty knows better he's seeing all this sugar and he's saying I touch any of this. If I actually consume any of this, I will be sick for hours because he knows when you hit thirty, you can't just drink tequila and eat a cookie stack. Sorry. What is he eating? It's called a Cookie. Monster Insane milkshake and twenty four scoop King Kong that's a milkshake. Wait it looks like a mountain. The mountain is the vessel decide cookie..
Christina Anstead splits with husband of less than 2 years
"Speaking of splits surprising This is a surprising, but the other one was not surprising. Yeah. That was a long time. An answer said are done. He's married. It's an An said, right? Yeah. I always makes them up with the other aunt and dead one is in deck. Yeah. So Christina El Moussa formerly El Moussa that's Rude Christina El Moussa Formosa who got divorced from Tarek El Moussa and spinoff and got her own surly Christina's beach house or whatever. On the coast on the coast married this guy in instead a two years ago, two years ago I started dating three years ago and it was like happily ever after were away from the toxic Tara Mussa vibes we didn't think those were. We thought those were a little bit. Remember the whole incident with the gun. Oh Yeah that's shady anthony for good. Yeah. So they're apparently getting a divorce or splitting up and she's pregnant. She had a kid with him they etiquette or she's pretty edited together you get together. meanwhile, Christina, an aunt aunt sets friends or quote shocked to hear about the split quote. They seemed happy. This is an exclusive. I mean I feel like I I keep hearing about them too because they're always in the news they seem happy to me they seem to happy I can be the source they seem happy you asked me what I Thought About Christina El Moussa Indian says Gina and and that said, I would say they seem happy. Here's one of the the insider quotes Christina and aunt had been very private about this and friends are shocked to hear about the news because they seemed happy together, and while in front of others now, the voice here is what confuses me the Pov? Christina. An aunt have been very private about this and friends are shocked to hear the news because they seem happy together. So this sounds like it's not from an actual friend. It sounds like a friend of a friend right because because why would if I was their friend? Wowed I S- be saying friends are shocked to hear.
"savannah" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Them and the emmy goes to. Zendaya. Euphoria. Gosh I just WanNa say thank you to the TV academy onto all the other incredible women in this category. I admire you also much this is. This is pretty crazy. I don't really cry. Okay. But enough about Sunday about the winners let's talk about Juliana Ransack I'm quoting an E. This is an e headline I think which headline is is from not sure Julianna ransack Vivica Fox MRIs emmy pre show after testing positive for Covid nineteen duo was replaced by Brad Gorski and Nina. Parker. So it was supposed to be Vivica a Fox hosting the pre show, the pre show with Juliana Ransack, and then they were like we both cove it and then they brought in their beauty. How did Vivica Fox Angelina Razek both get covert. It's not funny. It's not funny but it is like, how do they both get it I guess by no means is it funny but I'm just saying I don't want. It's not that I WANNA see the results in the form of test results but I wouldn't be surprised if I were. If that were my job I'd be like, I'm not doing this cove it like you know I would call and say like no, not to be real. But after watching some of the pre show actually to turn it off. I was so uncomfortable and I'll tell you the reason why it's like what the pre show was was just like. awkwardly zooming into nominees homes but like not, it never worked like it was always like it was always like Dylan McDermott's like a bad Wi fi connection and her being like. Oh, you know like back and forth and I was pleasantly surprised by how put together the Emmys work considering what a mess the pre show had been in terms of stuff I mean it should have been one person zooming in with people casually like having silly interviews they didn't need to even call it a red carpet like there isn't a carpet there. One funny thing was that though Co host I guess it was Nina Parker it must have been needed Parker I. don't really I don't know her, but it must have been her if it wasn't Brad said something like she's like bantering with him and she said, well, the biggest star of. Why Because it's all about how good the Wifi connections are with the with the nominees like Oh, my God this show the stakes are low. The stakes have never been lower. The biggest wins last night where watchmen Shits Creek Wifi and WIFI coverage. Exactly and Aby Sherman Palladino is big hat which, of course made a brief appearance. So the hat am I okay. So her hat she weird big hat which he typically wears but then asam screen shot you sent me she had to like a masquerade ball masks on you. Think I know I, don't know. I mean like amy now's the time to be a little more creative put regular masks on them and considering like how it considering, how bad the VM. As were and kind of just how bad. All of the award shows have been. The emmys were shockingly good. Just doing it live whatever it is doing your lives like a source of energy something like something to feed off. Of mistakes happen like Jennifer Ashton coming out having to use the fucking fire extinguisher twice fire that was like delightful. You know what? What if the whole place gone down just kidding I'm just saying like it created an element of excitement that otherwise would not have been there and that kind of pulled the entire show along and like God bless those producers who are like A. Zoom screens all those had they know which zooms to cut to like it was crazy and the only thing that I would have wished for was for longer lingering on celebrities zoom situations because I wanna know what's in our house. There was so many good scenes. I saw a Deuba when her award for Miss Mrs America. I, like the humor was like. Duba Mrs America Margo Martindale Mrs America like someone else Mrs America. Toni Collette. Unbelievable. There was only one miniseries that came out this year. Apparently was Mrs America So but I liked at the end of her thing she was like she kept calling for her mom then at the end of her speech just got up and left and then her chair was. On screen for like two seconds maybe I was like I. I am beyond. Grateful. Thank you so much down. Let's go change the world. God. Bless you..
Exploring The Future of Health through Dreams and AI with Antonio Estrella
"Welcome back to the podcast that I have the privilege of hosting Tony Australia. He's a managing director at Talladega Investment and advisory for health tech and insure tech startups. He's also a fiction novelist Tony's a global thought leader and fiction writer and digital health with experiences working in Asia, the US and Europe as a startup founder investor or Britain ovation leader and strategic advisor Tony currently sits on the board as an independent director, for C, x group, and Savannah CTS as both. An investor and adviser Tony Partners with Asia focus companies who are working to develop solutions to change the face of cancer human longevity and population health with core IP stemming from AI genomics blockchain smart devices, his previous work within both life insurance at metlife and farm out with Pfizer, it was focused to drive measurable business impact allowing him to help entrepreneurs enhanced their product market fit and commercial growth plans across Asian markets, his debut fiction novel comatose, which will touch on here. In today's discussion is a fiction novel about Lucid Dreaming and it's all about health tech fiction something that will cover with Tony as well. It's available in bookstores today in the UK and Amazon globally. Tony is has done tremendous mono- work and he spent some time at University of Pennsylvania's wharton getting his MBA there the London business school and the University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science in electrical engineering. So a tremendous individual and it's a privilege to host them. Here today. Tony thanks for joining the next. So the pleasure to be here, thanks for inviting me to share some of my thoughts and insights with with your audience. Absolutely my friend. So tell me a little bit about your journey. How did you decide on healthcare? So I academically studied electrical engineering and that's actually where I caught the bug Ford being more entrepreneurial minded and how I focused by professional life I used to build and race solar electric race cars really. Little coffee that I helped build up and and I started my career in consulting and during that period was great you know lots of. Ways to learn and be mentally intellectually challenged. But in two thousand, I had just finished doing work in Silicon Valley and that was the first Internet wave and lots of excitement about transformation and as I started business school I really thought about where did I want to dedicate my time and energy in terms of industry focus for several different reasons including personal wants healthcare just jumped out. I love the fact that you can build technology and it helps people live longer have better quality of life I had a couple of. Personal Peoria friends who dealt with health issues. I had an aunt who passed away from kidney failure and so all that just came together for me to say I can wake up every morning. Feeling excited that what I do is helping at least one individual of a better life love that man yeah. It's a compelling reason to choose the field and with your knowledge and background you've been able to make a big impact and so I'd love to hear from you. Tony will you think is should be the big thing. On health leaders agenda and how are you approaching it back when I started my first business in two thousand one, there was a lot of emphasis in terms of whereas the healthcare industry in the US the US at the time and fast forward through time they're still an enormous amount of of focus in the US in the healthcare sector is digital health or health tech has grown the US. Market clearly is an important one, but I'd say that equally as important that on every health leaders mind should be what can they Learn from what's happening in. Asia and Asia whether Asia's an opportunity or not is there are there things that Asia offers in accelerating growth and scale and product that can be leveraged for for their business and couple of facts about Asia that I think are important for plus billion people forty four countries over two thousand languages spoken and normally large region and from an investment perspective this two, twenty, eighteen we saw the Asia approaching the same amount of investment to help tech startups is in the US style so within the next. Eighteen months you'll see that Asia, actual have more capital being deployed from the venture community and startups. So when I say that every health leader medically look at Asia, it's because the region is just is as awards today with with a much greater growth potential in the number of people countries. So there was a book I read recently by Kaifu who was a venture investor, in China, who formerly headed up Google China and used to work. For Apple and driving their early AI, and he doesn't amazing job painting the picture for China's one country when when important region round where they're going with a and how it's different than the US and I think that's the key thing that a takeaway for health for health leaders it's just a different technical environment data standards, and in the way that the tencent and Alibaba by do have changed China much the same way that Google facebook. Changed West is lots of learning that can happen man that's fascinating stuff Tony and folks I forgot to mention to you that Tony Lives and works in Singapore. So he's he's been there for the last five years this time around but definitely, a global health leader focused on Asia that knows the INS and outs. So critical critical piece of of information there everybody. To know. Tony, without a doubt there's there's opportunity over there. The money's flowing over there. Give us an example of of what you've seen is working and creating results. Yeah. The landscape for Asia is complex As I said, there's lots of countries and so before a answered that question, let me give a little bit of context as to how to think about the region. So. One is mentioned China and you can group Hong Kong and China together from thinking about one of six hubs in the region. The other hubs are the Indian subcontinent, which obviously is driven largely by India, but there's other countries their third. It'd be Japan for the be the Korean. Peninsula, which includes South Korea Fifty Southeast Asia Singapore and then six to be Australia New Zealand and I didn't do these in any order of size of just kind of went north to south and regret yeah, an each hub has. Similarities that that make a logical grouping whether it's economic development or cultural lifestyle history or climate.
Montana tribes complete large intertribal bison transfer
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzales the four Pekka cinnabon and Sioux tribes in Montana recently completed a large intertribal transfer of Bison Wyoming Public Radio Savannah Mar reports. The forty buffalo were rounded up into semi trailers. In Wolf Point Montana they're headed to new homes with sixteen different tribes as far away as the United Nation in Wisconsin and Ludik tribe of Old Harbor Alaska. Urban Carlson is president of the intertribal Buffalo Council which facilitated the transfer. He says, the animals were part of a surplus population at Yellowstone National Park and would otherwise have been slaughtered today. Is Real. Gratifying. Just to be able to get some animals out of there, and then out to Chives, the Buffalo spent a year in quarantine on the fort pack reservation to ensure their disease free. Johnny Bear Cub, stiff arm has the Tribes Buffalo Program. She says, this transfer was a long time coming. We have drum group out here and they'll sing the songs they'll sing. Songs to send the Buffalo safely to their new homes, they travel safe and receive blessings. And say goodbye to enforce and we'll send them on their way. For National Native News I'm. Savannah Mark. A new art degree programs being offered to students at the University of Alaska Southeast, which is part of a larger vision that's been in the works for years to establish a north. West Coast Arts Hub Kate. Elizabeth Jenkins has more. The new degree program is a partnership between the University of Alaska, southeast Sealaska Heritage, Institute, and the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa. Fe. New Mexico the agreements were signed a few years ago, but it's taken some time to line everything up Cari groove in the our director at Sealaska Heritage Institute says there's a lot of room for growth. We are mealy great. Now that exists in the first place, the program is a two year degree with a focus on north west coast indigenous art. As part of the new program students are required to take an intro course into relevant native languages. Then their hands on our classes to choose from some of the courses have been offered before by the university and some are brand new for instance and claimed Weaver Lily hope is teaching an online class about career development as an artist students enrolled in the program, we'll have the option to transfer credits to the University of New Mexico if they want to pursue a bachelor's degree. Groove and things kind of comprehensive academic offering is long overdue. She says, many people are familiar with the region's form line design, but the associate's program is a way to gain deeper understanding in a way that. Associates degree provides a starting point for that journey with Cova Nineteen. Some of the courses will be offered online in some will still happen in person in accordance with universities pandemic plan, and in the future students will be able to experience some of these classes on a brand new campus. SEALASKA heritage has already started breaking ground on a six thousand square foot facility in downtown Juneau. The campus is slated to be completed sometime next year I'm Elizabeth, Jenkins. Powell's are being held virtually this Labor Day due to the cove in nineteen pandemic the online social distance Powell facebook group has been helping connect vendors, dancers, and singers for the last six months over the weekend. Dancers took part in contests uploading their videos to be judged and win prizes. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.
Georgia church splits from United Methodists over gay rights
"Says it's splitting from the United Methodist Church. Members of Asbury Memorial Church in Savannah supported leaving the denomination after a conference earlier this year in which the Methodist Church rejected LGBTQ, you inclusive practices, including same sex marriages. Congregation's pastor says the church is now officially independent.
Georgia man who struck reporter's rear pleads guilty to sexual battery
"Plea on sexual battery charges today from the Georgia man accused of slapping a reporter's rear end while she was doing a live report. With that Thomas Calloway, sentenced to a year of probation and 200 hours of community service. After the sentencing, the reporter told news three down in Savannah that a non consensual but slap may seem harmless to some people. But it reinforces the belief that has a woman's body does not belong to her.
Beware of Sex Trafficking Rings - They Are Everywhere
"I want to say something about you talking about things going on the world just how crazy this is. For those who don't know, Roelant is like a child she's like one of our other kids and. Roelant posted on her social media story today. And I just after read it because it to me is like holy cow. This was what she said. And, this was sent from a friend of hers. My sorority sister a GAL named courtney who lives in Nashville has a friend who took a mint from her uber driver the other night it was wrapped up just like a white lifesaver. She started to feel weird. So she text her mom she woke up in a warehouse close to the Nashville. Airport in a sex trafficking ring. Her iphone location was shared with her mother. So the police were able to track her. The Girls Okay and And she's the one who told Courtney what happened so this isn't some friend of a friend of a friend bs this horrific and scary stuff happen. Don't take minutes even if they're wrapped in cellophane as they had as if they hadn't been touched and just don't take anything and. Don't be in an uber by yourself. You know. Thank God this girl is okay physically I'm sure emotionally. Amin. Going, to take a long time for her to heal from this, but how scary is that? It's crazy. It's crazy. I mean in Nashville because people think Oh, you're in Nashville you know it's very say fits. Your small town still. That to me. Is So. Scary. But the good thing was was that the police rebelled attract her because she shared locations with her mother, which is something that our kids have fought back on nosy. You just want to know where I M, etc.. I hope for you parents that are listening that you share this story with with your kids. To know that it's not about being nosy it's about keeping them safe and if your kid out here, if you're a teenager if you're a young adult share your location with someone. So that somebody knows where you are and can get to because folks. Delicious. Be honest this probably saved this girl's life. Because her mother was able to get the police the information to track her phone. It's it's just crazy and and you know I do have you know the locations of our children? And of you and you know my mother and we do all know where each other we're. We're all located. So you know I mean it helps me to sleep at night knowing that I can track and you know if Savannah is out traveling if she even though even those are stuff is booked privately and you know with a car service literally when she they pull up, she takes a picture of the tag on the car. and. She sends me the picture of that and then she puts her location to where I can track it as she's literally going down the highway. So we do stay on top of it as much as we can. But for those of you who are not who don't maybe have a parent or someone that you're sharing your location with take your own safety into your hands. Do not be foolish. Do not be stupid. It's just right. You got one life. Yeah, and it's you know I think we get. We get very comfortable. You know because we're like our we're not in Atlanta or Miami or la where you know these things happen in other places this is right here. I mean you're talking about twenty minutes from where I lay ahead at. A sex trafficking ring twenty minutes from where match children live that to me is scary and the only way that we're going to stop this is we have to continue talking about it. We have to be vigilant and take care of. Each other
Why Do Cats Sharpen Their Claws?
"Okay, they're covered. Infer they live in our houses sometimes they sleep in our beds and yet in a lot of ways they're pretty much wild animals. What do you think I'm talking about. That's right. Cats lots of you have questions about these enigmatic creatures with whiskers that word enigmatic it means mysterious by the way. So we thought we'd go right to the source to get some answers for your questions. So Clooney, here's a question from Jack How do you catch per? Schmucky could you translate that for me? All right that's not gonNA work. Let's get a human who can actually answer. My name is Abigail Tucker and I've recently written a book called the line in the living room about humanity's long strange history with house cats. Wow Lyons in our living rooms think about it. The cat that curls up in your lap is related to a lion shaking its main on the Savannah in Kenya. But somewhere along their evolutionary path some wildcats decided that life was better near humans. Now, if you want to know more about evolution, go back to our previous episode, the one, we just did all about human evolution and you'll better understand how different species are related but have evolved into different kinds of animals. Most domesticated animals, farm animals like cows and pigs and pets like dogs have brains and bodies that have evolved or changed over time to make them look and act differently from their wild cousins. But Abigail Tucker says, that's not the case with cats. That's because their domestication story is a little bit different. A lot of times with animals that we domesticated. We saw things about them that we wanted like we thought we cows, we want their milk or oh sheep we want their will with cats. We didn't really do anything to attract them to us because humans ten thousand years ago when we are just transitioning from being hunter gatherers to being farmers, there wasn't anything about cats that we said we have to have that. So what happened was that cats actually kind of domesticated themselves we didn't. Bring them into our farms they came on their own, and that's because humans in these early settlements maybe ten thousand years ago had a lot of big piles of trash around and cats were kind of drawn to eating those and they came in almost more like raccoons, foxes than something like a cow that we might have intentionally raised. But over a lot of time in our company, cats began to change their brains and bodies in the same ways that other animals have changed there's and have. Become sort of more cuddly. So to speak pigs and rabbits, other domesticated animals have become cute over time with floppy ears or spots. Cats have changed to have some of those traits but not all you know you might have a black cat with some spots on it. That might look a little bit different from a wild animal or you might have a cat like the one. My mom has which looks very much like the kind of wildcat that still lives in the Near East today. And that's because you could almost say that cats are partially domesticated and that they came into our houses not because we wanted them to combat because they wanted to come. You said that there's nothing about cats that we need the same way that we need milk or we need wall or we want those things except I. Guess these days we would say the thing that we want from our cat is love and we don't always get it. Some cats don't seem to like people very much. That's a really good point. Yes I think one of the secrets about cats is that even though they're not any more closely related to humans than an animal like say a pig as and certainly they're not as close to us as a monkey as but. Cats have faces that look a lot like human faces for reasons that have to do with the way that cats hunt they have round faces because they have these really short jaws 'cause they're ambush predators and they deliver like a really hard killing bite. When they catch things, they have small noses because they're not sent predators like dogs falling over long distances and most important they've got these big round is planted right in the middle of their faces new just kind of how our is our two and. Cats have is like that for different reasons they have is like that because they need good depth perception so they can pounce on things from their hiding places, but this mixture of facial features that cats have looked a lot like the way humans look and actually a lot the way human kids luck and that's something I think that tends to make people put human emotions onto cats the fact that they really resemble us.
Bedroom not Boardroom
"Seems that we have all of our conversations either in our master bathroom when you're in the bathtub I'm in the. Or you're putting your makeup on and I'm shaving when we go to bed at night. Yes. How many people? Couples in this country, find that their bedroom has become the center of their home. You know I think for us. It's just the only tiny little space that we can actually have five minutes a privacy but what I have come to realise here in the last couple of weeks is that our bedrooms should not be our boardroom. Century. Our bedroom should be our sanctuary for personal time which you don't get enough attention tape. And Conversations that you and I want to have that is going to build us up. That's going to make better as a couple. Not. Dealing with issues with housekeepers or house managers are car detail. People are the nanny are the kids needs or whatever. I think our bedroom should be our personal sanctuary that belongs to us. I think you're right. I think you're right and I think because people don't realize how many people we have in our home at all times. Folks we have roughly thirty people in our home every day you know the crew gets to our house, they unload their gear, and then they start whether that's lighting whether that's needed to talk to me or you or the kids, and then you have chasing Savannah coming in, and then you've got Grayson and Chloe, and then you've got your mom and then it's a it's like grand central station Grand Central Station's probably not as busy right now is our house is or our bedroom and bathroom. Yes. When Savannah comes in, she's coming to the master bathroom because she has access to all of your makeup mirror. Whatever. So she can touch herself. And then when chase comes in, he's got to use my hair paste my Cologne. He and then go upstairs to my causing get. Yeah. So roughly get dressed halfway before they get to our exact. So you are I think you're exactly right. I just don't know at this particular stage in our life where else we can go because literally todd todd spins half his time just trying to find a nook or cranny where you can get and have some privacy whether that's a phone call or whatever I mean. It's just not there in this house no and so. I have made the decision that today I am ordering a digital lock to go on our bedroom. That, it will be fingerprint just like what's on my closets and no one will have code except for me Julie. And making a commitment to you going forward that we will not discuss business in our bedroom. We will not discuss anything other than you wanting to touch me improperly and the hush. So folks if your bedroom is turned into your boardroom, change the way you do business. Okay.
There's A Better Way To 'Dub' Movie Audio For Visually Impaired Fans
"How much blind people like to watch movies and that there is a special feature that allowed blind and visually impaired people to do this, so just like you would do close caption. If you couldn't hear and have subtitles, What they do with movies is besides hearing the people in the movie speaking, they have voice actors who are describing the scenery what the characters look like what emotions they are displaying On DH since 2017. The Americans with Disabilities Act has required movie years to do this. So if you need the service, you'll get to the theater. You'll ask for a headset in a transmitter box and then it's also baked in the DVDs, just like the subtitles are so here is an example of that. Here is the Lion King and a little bit of what it would sound like if you watched it. If you were visually impaired, hundreds of animals gather at the bottom of pride rock a tall, flat ledge that towers over the rest of the Savannah. Zazzle, a small blue bird with a large deke flaps to the ledge. He vows to move us a powerful, dignified lion with a thick red mane. So this scene didn't have any touch. Besides asked the music Yeah, but I just wondered, how would they do this in a scene with a lot of dialogue, like if there was two people arguing, and they were speaking very quickly. I feel like it would hardly be hard to say. Her brow wrinkled up when she was angry. His lips were pursed. The wallpaper is green. Well, why don't you find a scene like that? And then play that for us will wait. His brow is first. Yes, the blue Bird was very angry. So the reason this article came out that was not to just describe that this service exists. It was saying that this doesn't exist for foreign films that only exists for big Hollywood films. And the only reason that it does is because of several lawsuits. Apparently, Netflix, Lulu and AMC all were either suit or settled out of court. Because people said, Hey, you have to provide these services. Eso won per Joel Snyder. He directs the American Council of the Blinds Audio Description Project. He thinks that the reason is that they don't think there's enough money in it that these foreign films don't bring enough money and at the box office, so it's not worth it to go through the trouble to adding the surface are sorry service. So are they susceptible to a lawsuit? Then if you want to see a great foreign film, and they don't offer the services, or is the law just indicative for big movies, Big commercial movies? Yeah, I couldn't find anything like that. It just said, like, why don't you look for that more weight? Man, you're a joke, and I don't like, click the button, and now I can't find my Eleanor. Eleanor again. Idea what you look for the answer that and then we'll wait. Animals hundreds of animals, So the reason that this came up was because the film parasite that won best picture at the Oscars was the holy nominee in that category. That didn't include the audio description, so nobody who is Blind or keep seeing in Paris. That's not how you say it. What is the issue of visually impaired could watch that movie and that was very popular. So I think that's what brought it to the officials. Face turns bright red with embarrassment, eyes this too many, John Think three was funny for that is the rule. By the way you
How a Law School Dropout Builds Profitable Companies Using Virtual Assistants with Ravi Abuvala
"Ravi say what's up to fire nation and sheriff something interesting about yourself that most people don't know what is going on fire nation. Thank you guys for lending me your ears I've been listening to this podcast for quite a while now, and it's a little surreal experience to be on this end of it. So this morning I'm thinking I listen to this for very long time and I'm like I. Know John's GonNa. Ask Me something that a lot of people don't know and like any online digital marketer. Open Book and so I was like what? So I'm going to share with you guys on that literally one person this entire world knows and it's funny I'm bringing it out on this block Seo but about a year ago in July of Twenty nineteen, I had this weird edge and I ended up actually selling all of my stuff in. Florida about a week including my caller just junked it and I moved to. Spain and I lived in Spain for about forty five days and I was just hopping coastal city council city working on businesses, work my clients, and while I was in a coastal city. In Spain I'm not GONNA say what? So people don't look up when I'm about to tell you my walls in a coastal city in Spain I don't drink. I drink a few times a year and I was out at this pretty cool jazz club and I was like two three in the morning, which is in Spain when they're just getting started really and there's a brawl breaks out right where I'm at at the bar or ordering a soda at the Bar and just abroad but breaks out right next to me and ends up at, I. Try to break the brawl up the police come. they come up to me I speak decent Spanish because I've lived abroad for a while but not good enough to get me out of the situation I I actually end up spending the next three and a half hours in a drunk tank and a small jail cell in a coastal city in Spain and it took him a while to you if I had to give my find my password and it showed all that stuff and I finally got out of it and The only other person that knows someone that met me the next day and they wonder why looks so off By parents don't know nobody knows that stories. So yeah, I'm on our convict in Spain. Okay. Well, this is only a couple listeners. So fire nation keep it to yourself here like not a big deal. So. I WANNA start off on a little bit of a somber notes because as I shared fire nation during the introduction, we're talking about barshop way to millions but in many of us have dealt with some one in our lives that we love who dealt with some form of this but your Dad Ravi had stage four cancer. So talk to us about that and how that situation. Caused you to throw it all away. Awesome questions. So whole life was going to be a lawyer and that was that was the goal was law school was the number one priority, and in order to be a lawyer, you have to take what's known as a law school admission test and you had the really score highly on and if you WANNA go great law school which I did. And so I took a year off after graduating from college and I was about to start studying for this also emission tests in about three days. After I graduated I, got a call from my dad who lives in Atlanta Georgia. I was in Florida at the time and he told me news he was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer and like John Says, you know everyone here has experienced cancer somewhere the other, but it's like when it's yourself or someone as Close Your Dad, it's a whole different experience and kind of threw me. For a loop and so I ended up packing all my stuff up moving to Atlanta. Georgia, and for the next year I would wake up at four am workout until five. Then from five to eight, I'll be studying for this law school admission test than about eight to five I'll be doing Chemo and radiation with my dad every single day. Monday. Through Friday and then when I got home at about six, o'clock, I'd be studying until eleven midnight every night back again on a law school admission test. So it was quite a surreal experience. I'm really really blessed to say my dad's been about two years in remission. So just actually visited him in Savannah Georgia, two days ago I was just seeing him but what it really did open up for me was. How fragile life was I was kind of going down around that I think somebody else wanted me to go down and I read a really awesome book called the subtle not giving of an economy I was just like, okay I'm doing this for all the wrong reasons and I decided you know what I took the law school admission test spent eighteen years preparing for it. I actually scored in the top ten percent of test takers in the United States I got into my dream schools, top schools in the nation. and. Then I said you know what? I'M GONNA go work at a talion restaurant down the road and try to figure out this entrepreneurship
Metro Atlanta sees its youngest death from COVID-19
"The Corona virus claims another young victim here in Georgia. We get the details from WSB. Cheryl Castro, a 15 year old Gwinnett County boy with no underlying conditions, has died after contracting the Corona virus, the state Department of Public Health reports. The team is the youngest person to die of covert 19 complications in metro Atlanta and the second youngest to die in Georgia. The youngest was a seven year old boy from the Savannah area.
Atlanta - 7-year-old Savannah boy is Georgia's youngest COVID-19 death victim
"Positive Corona virus cases nears the 205,000 mark statewide and the death toll is now over 4000. Georgia is registering its first child death. A seven year old boy from the Savannah area succumb to the illness. The Health department says he had no preexisting or underlying health issues.
A 7-year-old boy in Georgia has died of Covid-19, the youngest victim in the state
"As the state's Corona virus. Death toll surpasses the 4000 mark. Georgia is making its are marking the death of its youngest victim. It's a seven year old boy from the Savannah Savannah area. area. Janet Janet two's two's Justin Justin will will font font says says there there isn't isn't much much known known about about the the boy's boy's illness illness or or death. death. Coastal Coastal Health Health Department Department is is releasing releasing little little information information about about the the boy's boy's death. death. But But did did tell tell me me in in a a statement. statement. Every Every Coben Coben 19 19 death death we we report report is is tragic, tragic, but but to to lose lose someone someone so so young young is is especially especially hard hard braking. braking. We We know know that that older older individuals and those with underlying conditions are at a higher risk of complications. But this is a disease everyone should take seriously. The Health Department says the child did not have any known underlying health conditions.
30000 Americans receive Covid-19 vaccine in major test
"The Corona virus front. Let me lightning around a bunch of stuff here. Final test of the Madonna Covert 19 vaccine trial. Has begun, according to numerous reports. This is the world's biggest vaccine study and the final phase here launched today with the 1st 30,000 US participants. Beginning the test for this vaccine for this experimental immunization developed by modern along with the date with the National Institutes of Health. Savannah, Georgia, Speaking of Georgia was the first trial site to get up and running there going to be over a dozen across the country for the third phase here, according to Madonna. Now, what's gonna happen is volunteers that get the shot. They're not going to know if they're getting the rial vaccine or the placebo, the inert jab in the arm after two doses of the shot, Then the researchers will look and see which group experiences Mohr infections. As they continue running around doing their their normal things, and especially, they're going to be looking at areas where people are part of the trials, and these areas are experiencing the bumps. The increases. In Corona virus. Certainly Florida Georgia, the Carolinas. You've got the Sunbelt States. Texas, You've got Arizona, California. Clearly they're going to be testing areas in those states. As well and every month now through the fall. The covert 19 prevention network is going to roll out a new study of AH leading candidate vaccines, each one with 30,000 new volunteers. And we're gonna have one vaccine that is going to be a stand out or we're gonna have multiple Mac vaccines from multiple companies that are going to have a high degree of efficacy. We shall see. But clearly we need a vaccine that works. And then, of course, if it does This would this is historic folks. If it does just the amount of time to develop a vaccine, get to this phase and testing with this many people and that the potentially have the vaccine out. By early or mid next year. That's still it's a rocket ride. It's this is historic. It would
COVID-19 vaccine trial that started at Atlanta's Emory expands to the largest in the world
"The world's largest cove in 19 vaccine study, researched at Emory here in Atlanta has entered crucial phase three human trials. Today, 30,000 volunteers will be a part of this critical phase for the vaccine trial developed by the National Institutes of Health and Moderna. Those volunteers would be in areas of the country with higher infection rates, including Savannah, the chairman of the Donatella's Good Morning America on Channel Two. If they get the results of looking for the next step is federal approval talking lately, you're next year before the FDA. Khun made this adjudication. Nothing's guaranteed. But the Madonna Steins, one of several around the world that has shown promise Genetic and bottom 95.5 double DSP
The Year Without a Summer
"The heat of summer is well and truly here in the Northern Hemisphere, the hot humid days just won't let up and living in new. York City I continue to be frustrated that central air conditioning is not as ubiquitous in homes and businesses, as it is in most parts of the southern United States where I grew up. Then, of course, it's always been substantially hotter in those southern states, although with climate change, the northeast is heating up more and more, but that does make me think sometimes. How the heck did people survive before? Joining especially in those very hot climates, farmers ALMANAC A few insights nothing to mind blowing people would take day trips to swing holes or up. To cooler weather, they kept windows and doors shut at midday to keep out hot air and delayed cooking or baking. Until the evening they ate refreshing. Cool treats and was available in homes, blue fans across blocks of ice, the biggest factor most likely however was it simply wasn't as hot as it is now at least in terms of extremes, quoting farmers, Almanac, the extra ordinarily hot summers that are commonplace today were virtually unheard of fifty to one hundred years ago in fact, seven of the top ten coolest, US summers on record occurred nineteen, hundred and nineteen fifty and quotes. There was one year however over two centuries ago now that it was a lot cooler. Eighteen Sixteen Aka the year without a summer quoting farmers. ALMANAC referred to by many names, including the poverty year and eighteen hundred and froze to death, the year eighteen sixteen was literally a year without a summer across much of the northern hemisphere throughout not only North America, but also northern Europe and parts of Asia in exceptionally cold summer, featuring killing frosts in July in August crippled food production crop failures in food shortages were. Were so widespread that rioting and looting became common in the United Kingdom and France on this side of the Atlantic. Many residents of New England and the Canadian Maritimes froze to death, starved, or suffered from severe malnutrition, as storms, bringing foot, or more of snow, hit hard during May and June. Many others from the region pulled up stakes and move to western New York in the Mid West where the cold was less severe. In fact, the year without a summer is now believed to have been one major catalyst in the westward expansion of the United States and quotes Nicole may have been less severe in the southern and Western us, but it was still highly unusual on July fourth eighteen sixteen. It was forty six degrees Fahrenheit in Savannah Georgia. For the record this year on July fourth and Savannah, it was ninety degrees. So. Why did this happen? It was due to one of the largest volcanic eruptions in recorded history Indonesia's Tamboura. The volcano erupted on April Fifth Eighteen fifteen, continuing to up for a week and killing nearly all of the twelve thousand residents of Tim, Bora as well as almost all plants in animal life on the island, quoting the Paris review, countless tons of volcanic. Volcanic ash circulated in the upper atmosphere for years after the events blocked out sunlight and lowering average surface temperatures globally in parts, of North, America Europe temperatures dropped by more than eighteen degrees. Fahrenheit there was snow in New England July and dark rain clouds swept over Europe throughout the summer months in Hungary reports of Brown snowfall, tainted by volcanic ash and quotes. Understandably many thought the world was ending that the sun was dying. It's really fascinating. Though is some of the cultural ripples that this massive event caused. You may be familiar with the story of how Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley was inspired to write Frankenstein as part of a spooky storytelling challenge when she percy shelley and Lord Byron and friends were holed up in a villa in Geneva. One stormy summer turns out. It was this dark, thunderous apocalyptic. Apocalyptic summer of eighteen sixteen. The crew had gone to Geneva, both to ride out the unusually rainy summer, but also to escape their various dramas in England, being stuck indoors for so much of their trip Lord. Byron challenged them all to write ghost stories to entertain one. Another Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein which would set the stage for all of science fiction to come? Also among the Geneva Villa guests was Lord Byron's personal physician Dr John Polidori. Who wrote short story for the challenge called the vampire, and this story is often credited with the birth of the Modern Vampire Romance. But those genre defining publications aren't the only cultural institutions to come out of the summer last year of Eighteen, sixteen among the mini shortages across Europe was a crucial shortage of oats which led to the starvation and deaths of countless humans and livestock, including at least ten thousand horses, not counting how many were also slaughtered to save money or become dinner German? Baron Carl Dreyer's and inventor in student of mathematics started trying to design a man powered form of transportation, while historians agree that he was inspired by the weather based os shortage. He also saw a need for an alternative to horses as crucial for war. Quoting the Paris review his first designs for human powered transportation involved complex conveyor belt, driven four wheeled vehicles, but raises breakthrough came when he turned his thoughts to balance drawing on his experiences, skating on ice ponds drains, put his faith in the power momentum and front wheel, steering to keep a two wheel vehicle rate. This idea became his love, machine or running machine and quotes, and this running machine would become the modern day bicycle. All of this makes me think about how many things will change or be invented from this moment that we're living through. And of course there's a lot of things we're already seen, and we're likely to continue to see some big cultural shift, but like who, out there is writing the next genre defining novel that people will still be reading two centuries later. Who's inventing something that will be innovated on for decades before becoming a ubiquitous ordinary mode of transportation. Maybe won't be those types of things specifically, but there are surely ideas happening and things being created that we won't realize the impact of for decades
Atlanta - First US Coronavirus Vaccine Phase 3 Clinical Trial Begins In Savannah
"Tonight. The world's largest corona virus vaccine study is underway. Shots created by the National Institutes of Health and Moderna are Being tested on the first set of volunteers, who are among the 30,000 slated to take part. But Ernest says the first trial took place in Savannah, Georgia. Subsequent vaccinations will take place in other
Moderna begins final phase of COVID-19 vaccine study
"19 vaccine candidate is now underway. 30,000 volunteers are taking part in this trial by the pharmaceutical company. Moderna, CBS News correspondent David Beck. No with more vice President Mike Pence, is coming here to South Florida Miami specifically because because there's there's a a brand brand new new vaccine vaccine trial trial that that kicks kicks off off today today in in combination combination with with the the National National Institutes Institutes of of Health Health and and the the drug drug company, company, Moderna, Moderna, there there will will be be 87 87 sites. sites. Around Around the the country, country, 30,000 people who are participating in a vaccine trial and we just found out the first dose was administered in Savannah, Georgia this morning.
"savannah" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"Would classify that as a ghost but I think I think I'm also a little more Goo Goo and other people but I also identifies. How'd you know what I mean when an to take it away from this recent Trauma Yours? You know when you're dating someone and then like all of a sudden. The texts are getting from both parties. It's like you're texting each other less than you initially were to me. It's like we both know what's happening here. Why don't we just say right and be like thank you for your time and thank you for? It's been like thank you for carving out time out of your schedule for me and goodbye like that would make my life a lot easier. I think I'm a massive something I think. I live for honest condo and painful. I think what trips me up is that like I'm offer a taper off. It's it's when it's like a roller coaster. Oh Mao simple egg okay you taper off but then suddenly you're like there and then suddenly you're not and it's like okay. Maybe SEAN ELLIOTT. Kind of like gaslight you and say that they're bad texters and I just think no right like if you were actually intuit. You'd be a good text. Yeah that'd be suddenly very good at the craft so you are always like I would rather someone just say I hate you or I'm not into it or not working and I say that and I can't think of a time that it's ever happened to me and I know it's like I get ghosted instead so I wouldn't give me the there've been times we're like we're clearly both losing interest at the same time and initiate the and then they're kind of like. Yeah you know this is going to be going on. And that's why I'm but no but I would I would i. It stays in the initial moment. And then you're you move on because there's literally five billion people right and I need to date them all. Yeah but then you are also the wine. Where if you're not into it and you can tell they are that you would rather send away. Yes and it's also a very like you don't perpetrate the ghost perpetrate no-no. I I did. Recently it was like two weeks went by before I sent them not tax whereas like hey just want you to know because we were like every turning into like every four days we would tax in like we were just missing each other with making plans. Essentially I was like okay. We need to cut the rope and like thank. Thank you and goodbye See I never understand. This is maybe like a missed signals thing. It's like I. I never understand actually going through the effort of even Fainting Planning Day. Efforts not going to happen. Totally people love doing that. Yeah like find out from my friends. He literally sat there and a half with like why. Even pretend that you could literally just be like. Oh I'm going out with my friend. Yeah I mean I think it's also for me like you know within the current Heterosexual female dynamic. It's a lot of guys. Who are the ones initiating with me so? I like spare them right and I was like. I respond to texts right away and so as soon as their texts me a lot and I don't respond to them like I get anxious because it's like there's notifications on my phone and I don't even WanNa talk to them so let me just let them know that. I'm not interested right because I do feel like I need to respond right when the when the addictive nature of the phone works to your advantage. Long Run yes yes. It's like that little red one right. I take out the his very funny. I mean I remember One of the ghosting situations that inspired this whole empire created. Yeah that have been bad enough that you were like you know what I need to make an entire show. It's so I'm I have a disease. This guy. We we went on a date and it went on paper fine like it was like we went to dinner. We went to show. We went to drinks afterwards. Ya He came over to my police afterwards. We like kind of just listen to music. We didn't sleep together. We slept in the same bed. It was like just like the most wholesome nice date and then afterwards he texted me like the day after you were saying and then eventually it was like. I stopped hearing from him a week later. I was like. Hey how are you which never? If it's a week up there you're forgotten And he was like. Oh my God hi Have you been Just you know I went home. I have to get this surgery. It involves a lot of like pre and post op. And I just don't want you thinking that I can be going on dates until I feel well I was like Oh my God literally went on one date with like. Oh my God. Thank you for the brute. The Odyssey No worries but like if you just don't if you're ghosting me right now. Just tell me right. And he was like ha ha. Can you imagine can't hang out have to get a surgery and said I can't imagine it are you doing? He was like no no. I very much like to hang out with you again. Uh-huh famous last words because it did in fact never reach out and then I was. Is He alive? Did he survive the surgery? This is what it was crazy. As I found out through trusted source one of my friends worked with his roommate at the time and mentioned the surgery and his roommate was like what surgery. Oh no gas. I was a gas and then a year later. A CO worker of his came into where I work. Somehow she found out that we knew each other and she was like. How do you know bleep and I was like Oh we went on audit and then we stopped each other and then she said Oh. Were you dating him around the time that he broke his penis? Oh and I said why and I found out that he had actually had a surgery and it was on. Espn but at the end of the day he eventually did get well and did not reach out to me so I think it was like the surgery that I can hang out. I mean we see each other around and we actually ended up re matching on hinge. And I was like. Hey we should actually just grab a drink to catch up and it was like so platonic and and and Nice And Weird but now we're like friends that is fascinating to me that you would even entertain the idea of re matching. Oh Yeah I love to the rejection like this is a not knowing there was unsaid. It was like well we hook up again or or right. It's just kind of our befriends now. One of US wanted one and one of the other and that's okay. We don't have time for it. We usually do a segment called elaborate. I ask you to elaborate on a tweet that you say that you've hated something ledge. Let's do one okay. Great If you can pull off a tight slicked back ponytail. Fuck you honestly. Okay yes. I agree with my tweet. Particular slate against People who can pull off slow I in the last. I recently went to a Bob but for most of my young life. I've been long haired Young Woman uh-huh and it just looks so colonial Look so bad when I see people with like a slick like tight slick our pony pony and I put it on an highlights. My face in a way that does not right. It's like you're moving the hair out of your eyes so that you can churn butter easier. Exactly exactly it does. And I look like I'm like a member of a coal or like site it's really unflattering and then I get mad at people that that can pull it off your votes fair. I agree with the sentiments that I hate. Slicked back ponies. I hate them on me and I hate anyone who better than me. I think. That's completely on that. No where can people find you and your work Me and my worker.
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"Campari and sponsoring. But I will say I do appreciate all. The dynamics were getting when it comes to musicians and artists because not everyone is super confident. A lot of people have their insecurities for various reasons and so it is nice to see different sides of it as wonderful as we think that she is she still suffering with her with her own insecurities which we come out later in the show. So I know you're excited back because we had two days this week and one of them. Was this with your girl so I am so curious as to what you thought about. Danny and Becca stay with Stylus Rebecca. Make because there's there's there's a lot to get into without one there is I like when they. I walked in to this lovely mansion with all the clothes around. Their their excitement was so cute. And that's like oh they're cute and then about two minutes. Later I crossed that out and I was like this is awkward and God bless them for trying for trying to see what what could potentially work. I just don't think BECO was feeling it when they were in that hot tub. I was like she is not into Danny non fast forward to their actual performance. You still just feel a friendship and that's really it. Yeah work not know sparking. I kept wondering why are we seeing? Beco- why haven't we seen Danny got it got that that was that was my got. It totally understand. Don't need to see them anymore. We can move on from Danny and back. I feel like we. We needed that day just to see why we hadn't seen them on camera yet. Who So then this Hussien Ryan today and it's at the House of Blues and we see Chris. Slane it's a cruise line performance and we see Lauren Lane formerly Lorne Bush. Now so it's cute to see them together as a all their newlyweds What'd you think about Natasha? Ryan do you think they mesh well? No I won't I don't I am originally lie. No you love Ryan. I feel like he's your guy that you're rooting for. I just don't think and they've brought the semi notes because I think that they just seem odd together like Natasha. And I'm all about strong women and and like being like women can be the strength the backbone to a relationship but I just don't see them meshing together like it just feels off to me and I don't know what it is and it. Kinda saw that in the performance and and we'll get to that and Jason Mraz touched on it to where like Natasha could take off. I just I think that it's another thing where it feels like more of an alliance were like. They like each other enough to try and like sick around another week and to do what it takes to slide by. But I don't think there's as relationship that would actually last outside of this. Yeah I one hundred percent agree with you it it is something is off but I love Natasha. Because she's stunning and her voice is amazing. But I always feel like she's performing when she's having a conversation with Ryan she's on. She's everything she does. She's on and and they haven't even hit the life stage yet so. I think that's what it is to. We've seen another side of Ryan when he was with Jamie and he was very endearing and honestly the best he sounded to me was when he was singing. Gravity with Jamie and I haven't seen that same. I guess like I haven't seen that. Same artistry sense he was Jamie and so I. I don't know maybe the Tasha makes him. She is a powerhouse. Maybe she makes them feel a little insecure. Not sure but I had one hundred percent agree with you. So we get to the live performances. This is one. We've all been waiting for. We hear the thing in around the house. We hear people practicing. Oh can spotlight speaking of people practicing if I had to watch brandon in Savannah. Sing that Damn Song. One more time sharing that one microphone. We get them to please. Can we get two microphones? I said I I. I don't even think they sound good. But I was like cannot and it's not Savannah it's Brandon. I have huge issues with Brandon. I was just like we get it. We get it. They're singing Julius listening. Sheridan's alone okay. Stop but onto the live performance. I and this is why I wish I was a guest judge because I feel like I don't know if I put on my Simon Cowell hat and like felt like my judge side. Come out but I I will say I. I don't know who's picking up the songs. I don't think it's the couples. I think they're given these songs to sing. Yeah some them I have issues with. I don't think this is gonna I'm GonNa get so much flack for this I. It's going to be a very popular opinion. But like the backstreet boys song we could have picked such a better one people like something with more depth and power and I felt like some of the songs. Some of the songs were great. Some of the songs didn't necessarily do it for me but I felt like they were a safe performance song to do for this first round of performances. Yeah I'll agree with you. I wasn't a huge fan of the song choices either. A really went especially well. We'll get into live performances. We'll give like a yea or nay if we like their song about okay so our girl I live performance I mean. Can we talk about setting the Bar High Rudy and Matt? I feel like this is the first time we've really seen Matt Sing They were amazing together. Very very good performance The judges clearly liked it as well. I didn't think they were. They were more performing then. I felt like they were had that romantic connection. It was like we work well together. We're a team. We know they like each other. But that didn't come across in the performance to me so I wrote in my notes before they got on stage. You kind of see Rudy a little bit. Get in her head. Have the nurse come out and the first thing I wrote was rudy. Don't let me down because hurt. I want her to get into her head because I like. It's no surprise like she's I think one of my favorite singers on this show. She just she has a voice like velvet and so beautiful to listen to know. I thought that they did find together. I thought it was a good performance. I thought Lake Rudy carried. It Guess Matt like He. He has a great voice. He had the guitar but I felt like she stole the show in that one. Yeah I I think it was designed for her to still the show so I actually appreciate it the role that Matt played in it and I thought he sounded amazing and I and I was like. Oh maybe with really Harry. From at this time I thought he played his part. And I think that sometimes in a relationship and as duet you have to play your role so to me. They did that really really well. Chris and Bray. It's like I feel like we don't spend much time on Christmas tree because we're like they're in love their in sink in. Yeah it's like. Oh you know going into it. That like there's going to be that connection like them out of anyone is the strongest couple. I do lovely. I'm bridget so in choice for that I was like yes. I loved that song and yeah you can feel it. I mean I like you could see fresh off the bed. That like they're into each other. It was a safe. I don't WanNa see a safe packs. I feel like that like diminishes like their relationship and I'm not saying that at all but we know that they're getting roses they're going to go onto the next week. They're fine and I think it was Chris who said it's about the relationship first and then the music and so they might not have had the mot- the strongest performance out of everyone but they definitely had the strongest chemistry and even Joe Joe was like. Oh my gosh. The way you Chris look at Bray like fine to a man that looks like. That's the meam right fighting a man. It looks at you the way to Chris. Looks break periodically Even Jordan was like. Yeah yeah that's it. You got it so on the next performance. Because we're going in order. I realized that I had been tapping my foot and smiling. And Kinda grooving and then I stopped when it came to Daniel. I I wasn't I was like songs off. I'm not moving anymore. So first of all did like the song that they saying. Hey Ho by. The luminaires wasn't a fan of of them together. They sounded like they were singing. Two different songs at what? What did she think voices great? Yes good Before the judge is even chimed in and gave their take I wrote friendship and Lake and I.
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"During their voyage to Savannah in March eighteen twenty five the new like okay so they did see alligators it's possible they went to Savannah maybe they captured one of those small baby alligators and then they brought it to the White House well that's a pretty big gap between March and September so what were they doing an alligator for six months okay that doesn't really make much sense but what I found what I was doing a little bit more research into this particular myth I couldn't find any newspaper accounts related to it but what I did find was this eighteen eighty eight children's magazine called wide awake by Harriet Taylor Upton and what it said was and this is a quote from that particular article when general Lafayette made his visit there this famous east room was given up to him to deposit that many curiosities sent him some live alligators being among them so really in eighteen eighty eight that's really sort of the first published instance of alligators in the east room that's about what sixty some years after Lafayette actually doesn't and this is actually an article from the evening star from eighteen sixty seven and it mentions a Mister John sectors grocery store in Georgetown and you can see it's a it's as the crocodile excitement the alligator at Mister John sectors grocery store mention of which was made in yesterday's star created quite an excitement in town and many have today called to see if so there were people that were putting alligators in stores in DC in the late eighteen sixties so is it possible that one of the stories just sort of more from that probably there's really no evidence that there were alligators in the east room so I consider that to be a pretty big myth yes number five Theodore Roosevelt in Christmas trees has anybody heard of this story before yes I was going to do with what do you know about the story or what do you what do you remember hearing about it I don't really remember like the full story only knows that the Christmas trees is mostly a Germanic tradition I was taking over the United States this is what my family told me that they're also German so yeah I mean the whole idea of putting a Christmas tree in your house is a much more modern tradition in fact the first documented instance of a Christmas tree at the White House is during the Benjamin Harrison ministration in eighteen eighty nine so I mean that tells you that the first documented instance was much later its course become much more consistent in the twentieth and twenty first centuries of course now we have annual Christmas decorations and we have the Christmas tree lighting of the Christmas tree in the blue room which is a lot more compared to you know what the president's only nineteen century did oftentimes what they did if they had anything within a small tree up on the second floor in the private quarters they really didn't put things on the state for because that's where people were constantly going but the story goes that the euro rose up because he was such a big conservationist did not believe in cutting down Christmas trees and that's why the Roosevelt didn't have Christmas trees and okay so the story goes that one of the Roosevelt boys Archie snuck a Christmas tree up in the White House and he put it in the closet and one of the upstairs rooms and decorated it Chris this is then later the the image that sort of captures the story that it was Archie who brought Christmas to the White House and even though President Roosevelt you know didn't believe in cutting down trees he let this one slide so goes the story a class in American history with American University professor Matthew Costello that Roosevelt was on record opposing destructive lumbering practices but he never appears to have singled out the practice of harvesting Christmas trees it's worth noting that one of the people he worked with chief Forster panel Pinotage actually saw nothing wrong with the practice and by nineteen oh seven was enough urging the creation of businesses specifically for growing Christmas trees if you contemporaneously person knows how family tradition held the results actually never had a Christmas tree W. she is people expected that rose about the father of six children when he was president what have a tree in the White House despite this but he never did just because the results didn't celebrate Christmas we treat to the earlier point some families didn't something resident so there was no ban some people say Roosevelt and trees it just wasn't something that how the results already Christmas actually now are to change that in nineteen oh seven the president got a kick out of it and he let his son continue to do it but this whole idea that there was a ban on Christmas trees is a myth here's an image of one of the earliest renditions of the Christmas tree this is actually up stairs what is the the yellow oval room on the second floor and of.
"savannah" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"She just talked about how important it was for us to be in the kitchen and how we had so much to give and she started talking about really her heyday when she first opened that place it was was really a meeting place for a lot of politicians and a lot of people who were in the civil rights movement and they came there as a safe place to me and also to to break bread and that part about. That's the wonderful part about what we do. We provide safe places for people to come and break bread. No matter who you are especially the at the gravy definitely provide that and it doesn't matter who you are you can come in and as long as you're kind and human to those who are next to you you can share are your thoughts and we can start to build this thing up. But she was so inspirational and I was so nervous to talk to her and it was really just somebody who was very supportive. What about what I did actually gave me that push to just meet her would ever lasting and the first time I posted that post on instagram? Twelve twelve likes so nobody was like showing love. But you know hey doesn't matter I got to show up so I feel like young. Women are going to look at you the way that you looked at as I hope so right now. I'm trying to figure out how to wear that a little bit like it's a little like yeah. We'll take a picture. Yeah Yeah but I'm sort of like what more do I have to give to. That are in that moment because I tried to I just I'm me and I'm sort of laid back but like as I start to talk I started to realize like Oh shit I've been through a lot. Okay we can keep on going like don't interview me just like I will keep on a little quiet up here but I will keep going and going and going and I think that it would be an honor if I was looked at like that would be my. That's like my life goal for sure Cheryl. Did you ever get to go to chase. No sadly I didn't. I don't know how that's possible but I did. I guess I've been slowing down here in Savannah but no but she definitely was an inspiration and for me. I mean you know just. It's not every day a little. Carl opens up bakery. So sing someone that looks like you is. It's really important and so I think for people who hadn't even had never been there. I think just the representation was so important for the industry and you know she wasn't just a just a chef. She wasn't just a shopper restaurateurs. She was an author. She was an art collector. She had a important art collection down there. A lot of it hung in the restaurant still hangs in the restaurant and a real lover of life beyond say she was in beyond video. I don't know if you all know that but like nine I I think what she was ninety three. She was in the video. Giovane any bleach as connection just from some of the work that I've done with the local food chapter down there in organizing leadership so I didn't actually get a chance to meet her. I was able to like facilitate for other young folks to be able to meet her. And so I think the thing for me that kind of stands out. Is this idea the idea of like our torch bearers and as a black woman who is in the food industry of seeing the folks who are poor carrying that torch in so many the active ways. And I think it's one of my friends was like you know. Can we gotta make sure that we we give our elders flowers while they're still alive and so for me that's something that you know this. That reminder of how do we make sure that we're we're honoring the folks who came before and who who blazed the trail and and some of those folks I'm thinking of it's like my mentor. Dr Lenny. Sorenson Dr Jessica Harris like these amazing black women who are like. They're they're riding riding the cookbooks. They're making the food they're telling the stories and they're connecting the people and so for me I can. I can only hope to continue to to give those flowers to those folks while they're still alive and honor them when they pass. Okay we're GONNA do a little speed round so Joanne. You told those who your mentor is Cheryl who is your mentor. My Mentor was my grandmother. She was for some reason. There were a lot of women in my family. We named Queen. I have no idea why they didn't name you that I'm still give you how it skips me. But her name was muddy and she was. I found out recently while she was a slave and she was a pastry cook. Oh so that was. That's pretty powerful for me to realize that. I guess I'm doing what I'm supposed. Oh subduing Kinda.
"savannah" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"We have room over there. You Go giovane unique projects objects absolutely. I'm jumping ahead a little bit but Giovane when I was reading about you and billiard. I read that. It's an African American centennial farm arm. Just since we're talking about farming right now can you turn means so Gillard farms the land that I that I live on with my partner has been in his family since eighteen. Seventy four so Jupiter Gillyard who was born a slave in eighteen twelve like after the civil war made his way down the coast post from South Carolina and staked off about four hundred ninety acres of land. And we're on kind of like that. Last fifty acres and farming retired farming we've always farmed organically and it's challenging especially with the changing landscape with climate and everything you know in the last three years. We've had two major hurricanes. The last major hurricane was probably at the turn of the century so for us us. You know there's there's some conversations that are happening and this is kind of. What's your at the center of the work that I'm doing now? Is this idea around resiliency of finding finding ways to to bounce back you know working with the land. I mean we have one area of land when I first came down in two thousand twelve. That was beautiful and Lush Valley Valley area and we can do events down there. After the last two hurricanes that is mosquito alley and it stays wet it stays flooded and outside of US putting in some dirt and like you know doing some very expensive changes around. They're like we just kind of have to leave it and make sure that we keep it kind of cut short so that you know snakes and stuff like that don't get folks and so knowing that they're there is that change happening is something that I think is important for for all of us to know whether that's eaters or restaurant tours and chef says that you know what worked five ten years ago may not work now oh and for us as farmers you know. I'm I'm a former restaurant owner. We closed down at the end of last year. And which I'm happy About is that for us. You know being down in a small town. We're like okay. We're smart amazing people and the places that would actually pay money. Are the places like Atlanta Savannah Charleston. I can't tell you Santa Cruz. We've had people offers money to like open up our concept in California but down in the south is where the work needs to happen and so we struggle to stay on our land. We we don't have a tractor and so there's a lot of hard work and guess what it's been about one hundred degrees for for me. It's just like let's let's have these conversations about what that looks like and I do a lot of work with seeds and also on the board of directors for seed Savers Exchange. And so I do a lot of work around seat literacy the and seed saving and so you know that's where it starts it starts with your your farmers who are often being displaced starts with the seed and really finding people who who can nurture and grow and you know chefs who can procure and create and make sure that those farmers are thriving and so. I think it's the cyclical oh relationship. That is so important for us to really kind of keep in the the middle of our hearts right now. God bless all the farmers out there. I mean I I know everybody in. The industry thinks that Cheryl what is top of mind these days top of mind for me is taking care of the people that work for me. Health Care Just being able to provide a good limb main for people that are making amazing food. For y'all I mean this should this should be a respectable career in to be able to to get people to want to do this wonderful work but you know just being able to take care of them and also to be able to run your business. That's what's and top of mind. Giovane I know so much as top of mind for you wanting. That's top of mind for me right now. I think what's what's top of mind for me is the idea of the healing that comes from the plea so herbalists and a health and wellness coach in addition to grower and Dan Dan but for me. You know I'm an herb nerd and a ferment nerd. So I do a lot of work with the microbiome and fermented foods and incorporating in southern vegetables into my ferment. And so for me right now. That's kind of what's top of mind. How can people form deeper relationship with? What's on their plate? Whether that's that's you know knowing who your farmer is knowing where your food comes from or how to transform food and to being so much more than you know what it is just coming out off the ground and so for me. I just really super fascinated around different ways to deal with food. I love the nauseous. The three of you but also so for our three speakers. It's really all about sustainability and all definitions of that word humans the land everything Michelle. We didn't get to talk to you about this last night. We said one thing we definitely wanted to talk about. Tonight is a legacy of Leah Chase. I don't know if all of you know that. Name but Leah. Chase passed away on Saturday ninety six years old chef owner of deejays in New Orleans. Just a legend. You know and this one was still cooking i. I don't know if she was still cooking the past year but like she was mean uh-huh. Oh Wow that's awesome..
"savannah" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"So all you bakers out there get ready our last speaker is kate doubtful of the Savannah. Be Company who tells us she's working to save B.'s. Nationwide the body so cates with the because projects and Savannah Company and really we. We really focus on education patients Vietnamese company. So if you've ever been to one of our stores you probably left with way more information about honeybees than ever cared to know and we realized through going through that that it was such an important part to us that we really wanted to start a not for profit and really be able to focus on education as she said the honeybees. These are facing a little bit of a challenge. These days declining populations environmental challenges. And we have this not for profit for two reasons one one. We want to raise awareness about with honeybees going through. We WanNA raise an entire generation who love and protect honeybees. You know when they start working with the honeybees they start caring about the honeybees and just naturally they start wanting to protect the honeybees and the second part to that is we want to help help. A new generation understand sort of the connection of where their food is coming from and how important it is to take care of those sources and Dan to really nurture our environment into really foster the environment that is growing our food so we started the not for profit for five years ago. Oh one of my favorite stories was out of Charleston. First of all it was a challenge. You know a lot of people are afraid of honeybees. When you're younger you have one of your parents terrence or somebody that you trust tell you do not go near the honeybees you? We'll get stung. It will hurt you so constantly. We're battling this the fear of honeybees that we have a garden. It's GonNa be company where we bring children in and adults as well and show them how gentle the honeybees are and they're gone on out to sting you. They're not trying to attack you. They're just doing their thing. So the School Board's obviously very reluctant to let us put beehives in their schools schools around all their Russia's children because obviously it was all go wrong so we had to really do a lot of working with the community Mutiti and with the government there to really show them that we could do this and now we're in five hundred. Schools were in fifty countries. I'm I'm sorry. Fifty states in foreign countries. We're in we're everywhere. So we really proven that this does work and it's a great educational program but with the very first school that we put these high them. It was just talking about it. We had a third grader from Charleston. Collis and he said you know the mosquito truck came through and it killed Oliver honeybees. And if it's bad for the honeybees that can't be good for us and what do we do about it. I was just like it's working. It's amazing though you know we really immediately started to see the effect and we really started to see how important this was. And it's amazing. Students students love the projects. The teachers love the teaching tool. She usually associated with an urban gardening project as well so they will have the students named name the queen they teach all about what's going on in the hive and then the students will start to study sort of the color of the pollen of the beezer bringing in the color color of the pollen that are blooming on the flowers. Start to make that connection between. Oh Hey these. Fruits and vegetables are growing really. Well those are the flowers that the bees were pollinating donating and honey. Bee Hive will pollinate hundreds of thousands of flowers a day so I mean the ripple effect is incredible it produces more viable fruits and seeds. It grows stronger produce. It feeds nuts and all kinds of things that feed the environment that feed the squirrels girls and the birds. And like you know it's an amazing ripple effect when you really start looking into it and we would love to educate you guys to if you want to go out to savannah. Viv Company so we also started realizing that this wasn't just affecting the students it was affecting the community as well children would go and WanNa bring their families in unlike mom. Look what I learned in school. Today can my mom come see. The honeybees cannot come. Show my brothers and sisters would bring him back to Savannah be company and I would give torn thank. You know. These kids didn't hear one thing said and they would bring their family back in literally. Just repeat verbatim every word I had said it was like they are not only listening. They are learning about this little sponges soaking it up and they're excited about it amazing so you know. It's really growing really excited. What about it and it's not just in schools? We've also recently started outreach programs. Justin communities we're in the why here as well but also we have a Video launching on Wednesday were pretty proud of. We found out that in Exuma there were no honeybees on the island. Did anybody see the fire festival documentary. So you know a little bit about exuma. WHO's there's not great infrastructure? The air but once we realized this was four years ago we realized there were no honeybees on the island so we had another really strong amazing woman named Catherine Booker and she runs runs the ECZEMA foundation and million years ago she worked at Savannah Be Company for a very short time so she came to Ted and she said you know we just realized there's no bees here we want to bring bees onto the island so I we just checked double check triple check just to make sure and then we knew we had to bring bees that what were you might free. So are one of the most dangerous to pests for honeybees. Among other problems like the pesticides Herbicides or big problem the Varroa Mite is probably one of the deadliest problems for the hive so we made sure that we found the. SP's speech that we could take down there. We trained very small group very passionate people who had no idea they were gonna be beekeepers very short time later and and so we trained them and it has just grown and grown and now you see honeybees all over the island you know. One of the beekeepers named Ricky. He she has taken the two hives we gave him and turn them into fifty hives. Four years later it is his industry now and he says that everyone calls up the honeyman on island. He's not ricky anymore. He's Honeyman and so this whole community has just adopted the honeybees and their way of life. And it's just so wonderful to see not because it's just kind of a an awakening feel like there's a little bit of a renaissance where everyone's really paying attention now to what they're eating and you know what they're putting on their bodies in their bodies and it's incredible to watch and we just really want to support foster that and educate people on that so as I said before if you guys would like to come out just spirit company tomorrow even we can take you on Honeybee tour. We we go out in the garden. We open the HIVE. Taste the fresh honey. You're literally eating liquid sunshine. It's like the flowers are converting energy from the sign line through the flowers the beezer collecting nectar making honey. And then also something that I love about the honeybee hives. Something that I've learned from them is is. I don't know if you guys know this was all women running the honeybee hive. So there's one queen all the worker bees or female and there's a few drones in the hive. The rules are not extensive is a great example of this community female L. Amazing Women who work together and support each other and it just shows all of them easing things you can accomplish when you're working together together and supporting each other and coming together as one so thank you guys so much for letting me thank you for sharing your story and for all the wonderful work you and.
"savannah" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Your lake aac cool all right now. I'm a manager. I don't know how to lead people. I've never done leadership training I don't understand costing I don't understand Dan financials. I literally don't understand how to run a business and now I'm in charge of running a business for somebody who owns this business if you're not the owner and a lot is riding on your shoulders. That is a huge amount on a pressure for somebody. That's never been trained to do it. This this business specifically is incredibly complicated. You know if you go into finance you learn you learn one one thing you learn your skill you perform that scale you go into restaurant management or ownership. You have to be a mom you have to be a babysitter. You have to be a leader you. You have to understand financials you have to know how to plunge a toilet. You have to know how to ratchet a think. I learned what a Flange was last week. And I've been doing this for nineteen years. Here's so there's there's so many hats you have to wear and we're not trained in how to wear these hats and I think that we all suffer as a result of that and that happens because because of various reasons and the first is because the bottom line is so small that we cannot afford agribusiness to actually spend the time training people properly the way that we want to. Because if you I'll have extra people on staff every single dollar counts and anyone that's ever run. A restaurant understands like you are looking for savings here. Ten dollar savings there. If you can save one staff half member you were like yes impressing it but you cannot train people in mentor them properly. If that's all you're worried about I knew I'm worried about that all the time. Our Win in New York is fifteen dollars an hour and that just happened in January and I can tell you that Michelle our director of operations over there and I have spent countless hours trying to figure out how to give more it to the staff while paying the required to pay them but also keep the doors open of our restaurant like it's it is so incredibly challenging so one of the things that I've been doing for the past. Couple level of years is financial training for servers and bartenders. That want to become managers. It I think is one of the most important things that super overlooked. This is because we As restaurant owners have notoriously kept our financials so close to our heart and not share them that we don't really allow ourselves to train people. I can't tell you how many restaurants I worked in or how many restaurants have gone to or how many managers hired that have never seen a pl before this is a very valuable part of running a business. You need to understand where your money goes. You need to understand Dan. What every decision you make how that affects your bottom line and how these things work together and get together so we do financial training within our restaurant group? We do financial trading outside outside of our restaurant group and donate a lot of time to financial training to everybody because it's super important. Many bartenders were going into bar. Managers don't know how to cost the cocktail. So you know you make cocktail you put it on the list for twelve dollars and God only knows. Maybe you're not making any money when you factor in all the labor cost so these things are important and this happens through mentor ship. This happens through managers or skilled professionals within the hospitality industry and without the shoddy industry were able to provide us a little bit of time name and a little bit of effort in order to train people how to properly manage business leadership. Coaching is one of the most valuable things that I've experienced in my career. And that's that's another thing that doesn't get taught really to anyone. We are now living in what is called the Post metoo world that means we need to teach people how to treat eight people. It is so ingrained in our in our being how we talk to one another the things that were acceptable fifteen years ago when I was in the restaurant industry when we he's to have innuendo. Fridays are certainly not acceptable today. But we need to train people on what that means and how and how we talk to one another and what is wrong in what is right and that also requires time so I could go on and on and on about the things that we lack in terms of mentor ship and what is required the thing that I really want to touch on because I guarantee you. I'm like already talking for way too long which I am. Sorry the thing that I do want to touch on. Is that what it takes us such a hospitality community talking to one another another coming together taking. If it's one hour a month where we sit together and we start to try and figure out. How can we share this information with not just each other but with our teams teams? Like if you know maybe once a month I take the teams from the local restaurants and I'll do a financial training. Maybe next month some other restaurant does a training that is about empathetic management management. I don't have the answers yet but one of the reasons why I wanted to open a restaurant in Savannah is because the market is smaller. It's exciting people are excited to be here and WanNa grow and I feel like it's it's a great opportunity for us to come together and shape how we want the industry to look instead of you know living necessarily in a place like New York where there's twenty five thousand restaurants and it's like turning a cruise ship like.
"savannah" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Everybody I'm actually going to put on a timer. Because I can talk forever about this and I feel like I'm GonNa need to check myself at some point so I am co owner of the with Windsor. My business partner right over there and we have the fat radish in New York which has been open for nine years and we are opening our second fat radish in Savannah Vanna. We are super super excited to be in this market for various reasons and one of them is what I want to address today. So I've been in the restaurant turn industry in New York for nineteen years. That's kind of an eternity in New York. And it's it's a tough industry there so I came up in the industry in Newark when it was quite a violent industry industry as all come to understand. Sexual harassment was rampant. Most women were not able to actually grow in their careers in the industry and it was super tough. I made a commitment once. I realized that I loved it and this was going to be the thing that I wanted to do. I made a commitment to continue growing my career in the industry and try to move my way up through management because I saw so many flaws with the environment and I figured that the only way I could attack these flaws was by actually having my own hospitality group. People wouldn't listen to me very very rarely ever listened to and I think that a lot of us women have experienced that in this industry specifically across every industry. We've we've we've learned through the METOO movement. How actually like how severe the the atmosphere of harassment assault and just being looked over has been and I? I'm incredibly excited. And happy that this movement has occurred specifically within our industry it has not only given us a voice but give us an the opportunity to start speaking about other things so we don't now we're in a position after the last few years of us talking about our stories and acknowledging each other stories and coming together understanding understanding what we've all shared together which has been traumatic for most of us myself included but now we have an opportunity to start talking about. How do we solve this problem? Moving forward. We now understand what the problems were. What existed what the environment was and how unhealthy it was and what we need to do? There are so many things things that I've noticed throughout my career that I found troubling mentor. Ship being one of them so in in our industry it's the bottom line is like super tiny eighty. It's very tiny. The cost of running restaurant are incredibly incredibly high in New York especially but pretty much in every market. There's so many unforeseen costs licensing is so incredibly expensive insurance so incredibly expensive and that's not just liability and liquor insurance and all these sorts of things but essentially opening a restaurant and running it is. It's you're lucky if you make a profit at the end of the day. You're lucky if you make eight percent if you're really operating a restaurant well you're making fifteen percent. I mean these. This is really hard and as we all know who are in this industry it takes blood sweat and tears. I know you know that girl. I mean it is exhausting. You work long hours you suffer through it. And that's because because I feel that we don't really have the foundation in order to help people grow within this industry. I'M NOT GONNA say by any means that I have the answers to this but I do feel that. This is a conversation that we need to start hurt having so we collectively as a hospitality community can figure out how to resolve it because it is going to take all of us together. When I was coming up through the industry you know we we and I am sure anyone that's ever worked in a restaurant knows that this happens? You're a server. The manager gets fired or the manager. Doesn't show up to work and suddenly your manager and.
"savannah" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History
"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by dr stephen nicholson where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past asked travel back in time as we look the people events and even the places that have shaped the story of christianity. This is our story <hes> family history. Let's get started and on this episode of five minutes in church history. Let's visit the oldest city in georgia savannah when georgia was his majesty's colony savannah was the capital. It's a port city and go on to play a strategic role in both the revolutionary canary in civil wars. It's charming full of history horsedrawn carriages architectural features good food and it's also full of churches so let's talk about the church history of savannah. We start with john wesley. He set sail for georgia. Uh on october fourteen seventeen thirty five. He reached savannah on february eight seventeen thirty six and he would would leave on december twenty second seventeen thirty seven. There is the wesley monument in reynolds square. Savannah has twenty two squares throughout the town and one of them reynolds square has this great monument statue of john wesley and on it are these words my heart's desire for this place is not that it be a famous or rich but that it may be a religious ages colony and then i am sure it cannot fail of the blessing of god but alas wesley did not fare so well himself in the fair city of savannah. He considered his time there a failure and there was the matter of a very complicated court case that ended in a mistrial. Oh the drama well george whitfield fared much better in savannah. He arrived in savannah. The first time on may seven seventeen thirty eight he opened an orphanage called the bethesda orphan house. It's just south of savannah. It opened in seventeen forty forty. One of those twenty two squares is the whitfield square. It's beautiful and it has a gazebo and i'm sure that if whitfield were were alive today he'd be in that gazebo n._b._a. Preaching so we have wesley and we have whitfield and we also have many churches in savannah in christ church which was established by oglethorpe the founder of the colony of georgia in seventeen thirty three. This is where wesley would have preached this. This is where whitfield preached. There's also the first african baptist church it goes back to seventeen seventy four. This church has pews news that were made by slaves and they marked the pews with words that were from an african dialect and it was also part of the underground ground railroad the first african baptist church and then there's independent presbyterian church it was established in seventeen eighteen fifty five by charter of king george the second a fire destroyed the church building in eighteen eighty nine but it was rebuilt. He built as closely as possible to its original design. The marble baptismal font is still there in the church. It survived the the fire. The church has a magnificent pulpit striking breathtaking that is made of mahogany also breathtaking the tall federal windows the granite floors and the corinthian columns woodrow wilson was married in this church in eighteen eighty five five he married a daughter of the church's minister and of course the church has its famous steeple which towers over the city eighty you should go and see it or if you can't make it to savannah you can simply watch the opening scenes of forest gump a feather dances. This is around the steeple as it slowly descends upon the tree lined streets of savannah and lands right at the feet of tom hanks is character forrest gump as he sits on a bench in chippewa square and that is one of the charming churches of of the charming city of savannah and i'm steve nichols. Thanks for listening five minutes in churches for more ordination or to listen to past episodes. Please visit five minutes in church history dot com.
"savannah" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"They're seven and all and there's four that have aired so far. <hes> is because Naomi Watts comes into the into the show about halfway through as Gretchen Carlson who was the first of many women at Fox to pursue legal action for sexual harassment against Ales and and I'm really curious to see how that that story unfolds I mean so far in this series his his habit of harassing the women around him is presented mainly through this one character Laurie loon who actually is in real life suing the show because she doesn't like her representation on it and <hes> and that's a very twisted and sick relationship relationship but it's just one relationship it's essentially kind of mistress extramarital affair situation and the idea that he was just simply pawing every woman at the network and putting every single one of them under this lens is something that I think is going to emerge more in the last three episodes so that me to twist I think is what's GonNa take me through the end because I just really WANNA see. Naomi Watts as Gretchen Carlson. Get her revenge. She's she's great in the role by the way yeah I'm interested to see the evolution of that plot line in that performance and I could see that case for it. I I don't find myself uninterested to watch the rest of the show I just felt frustrated by it at the same time and I also felt that there was a certain obtuseness to the camera work that is intended to depict his lewdness in dismissive -Ness of women like the camera does some of the leering the camera does <hes> at the camera is doing something weird. That doesn't feel to me like it's on the women's side. It is on the women's side obviously the this is the story a UAE Roger Ailes is a monster but I don't know I am I alone in that the the the the representation of what it would feel like to be bullied and harassed as a woman in the workplace by Roger Ailes somehow felt very male in it's perspective <hes> that it hit me and and led again to the feeling that this interpretation of a very important chapter of American history and present is an actually telling me anything interesting about what really really happened or why. I think that I may agree with you somewhat so far but I think that Naomi Watts entrance into the story has has put a different twist on that Annabel Wallace who plays Laurie loon is is really good in her role but all she really has to do. I think Julia he would agree is to be this kind of sexualize victim and there are a lot of really gross scenes of her. You know being filmed as she kind of perform sexually for for Roger Ailes and <hes> and I agree there's a Lurid nece in the presentation of that relationship but I feel like when Naomi Watts enters the show oh and I don't know whether it's because of her performance or because of how that character is written and just that she's going to be a character who unlike the Laurie loon character you know break breaks out of this. There's something really fresh in for example the way that she shows her irritation at being touched by other anchors on screen screen and she brings that to ails he dismisses it. I feel like you see other parts of workplace harassment and what it feels like other than you know the most T._v.. Friendly sexy parts or it will the shows. The loudest voice tells the story of Roger Ailes starring Russell Crowe Naomi Watsa check it out on showtime and as always we're curious to hear what you thought of it all right <hes> now's the moment earn a practice when we endorse they now have steven this week. I shall l.. Endorse a ten minute segment from C._B._S.. News I think it was actually from sixty minutes. Show that aired recently. That's an interview between Leslie Stahl and Ben Forensics who is now my new moral hero in life and is this wonderful man. He's ninety nine years years old. I think when she interviewed him he might have been a bit younger but he's now ninety nine. This is a reoccurring I think and he is the last living judge from the Nuremberg trial. So in the Nuremberg trials happened he was only twenty seven. He had never tried a case before and he found himself. Health because of his history serving in World War Two and because of having helped to liberate the camps in having some knowledge of that world he found himself on the bench a judging not the top Nazi brass that we think of as being tried at the Nuremberg trials is but a group of assassins that went through and killed entire cities. It's horrible horrible story. That's very quickly summed up in sort of thumbnail way in this ten minute segment and it sounds incredibly depressing but his actually extraordinarily uplifting because of the person Jason that been forensic so after this experience of trying these Nazis at the age of twenty seven he devoted his life to becoming this <hes> peace activist essentially any now is seven decades into this career of you know being a peace activist lecturing about history going around meeting conflicts. He's just an incredible human. He's this tiny little five foot tall man with an extraordinary amount of energy <hes> who talks very philosophically about what it meant to him to have been those trials and what it taught him about war and how are the most important thing to him is to try to to stop war and when Lesley Stahl comes back at him with a with natural question. I think anyone would have asked you know. Do you feel discouraged that after seven decades of doing this work there is still so much violence and unrest and cruelty and injustice in the world. His answer is just so extraordinary. I can't possibly summit up but just watch this ten minute segment and you will be a uplifted and feel like a better person and want to make the world a better place. I also discovered though I haven't watched it yet that there's a whole documentary about been friends on Netflix called prosecuting evil the extraordinary World Ben Friends so that tells his story. I imagine in a longer way he was. I think a first generation immigrant to the U._S. from a Jewish family anyway he's a great guy. Ben forensis minute Guru please watches interview with Lesley Stahl. Oh Wow that sounds amazing. Julia Woody have <hes> I would like to endorse two experiences that I had here in Los Angeles in the last couple two weeks <hes> I had fun Hooky Date Day with my husband and we start children and just explored Los Angeles because we never really got to explore this city in the pre kid way of like maybe we should stop here for Lunch and Oh this bookstore looks school and you know just aimlessness the aimlessness one no longer gets to have as a parent we we <hes> arranged some aimlessness for ourselves and one of the things we did on our aimless day was go check out the Huntington Gardens in Pasadena which is kind of amazing institution and that's like if you combined a research library of Technical Garden and Art History Museum and put them all on one verdant campus. That's the that's the Huntington Gardens and we went because <hes> my husband has gotten I interested in bonsai and they have a bonsai collection but on the way to checking out the bonsai collection we were like Oh hey let's pop through the archive like I hadn't been in the library part so we walk in dark building. You know put your put your water bottle in your bag walk into this dimmed room full of crumbly old paper what is standing in front of us on a stand the frigging Gutenberg Bible. There's just like a Gutenberg Bible just right there like in the middle on the way to the bonsai <hes> very you know it's. It's an amazing room room of really interesting documents the Bible I learned there were I guess one hundred and seventy five printed. I think what it said on the thing that we were reading <hes> and of which forty eight still survive and here's here's one of them. There's a bunch of New York. There's a bunch in Germany. You won't be surprised to learn a bunch of England. There's some all over the world but it just felt <hes> miraculous to be in the presence of this seminal object was so can beautiful and anyway so we wanted around very hot day check out the bonsai wandered hither and they're eventually went to what had been our destination and the occasion for taking a Hooky Day which was Paul McCartney concert at <hes> dodger stadium which had been my birthday gift my husband so oh we make our way to dodger stadium great old ballpark very crowded all ages crowd. I thought we would be the youngest people there but but the the Beatles keep recruiting fans <hes> we get out Paul McCartney right knee is singing on a stage we have thirteen eight and it was the same feeling it was like Oh my God. That's the thing it's the it's the original thing and it's still there. Only Molly the Gutenberg Bible two singers yeah or something something there was just this feeling of awe at being in the presence of the original thing that felt very familiar from earlier in the afternoon and Paul McCartney. I recognize this this go in the Grand Julia Turner tradition of recommending things that are already obviously apparently good to everybody in the whole goddamn world so what is the point but if you have never seen Paul McCartney in concert this was the last stop on this tour but <hes> hopefully he will. He will plan another tour soon. He does tour frequently. Try to go see one it it the combination between his the the depth of the catalog. I mean just the the number of good songs segue into good songs. <hes> just became comical at the end and the number of good songs that weren't even played like I don't think he played yesterday and it's not like you were thinking. Oh Wow we're really in the dregs of the Paul McCartney catalog there were great wing songs Great Beatles songs even some of the songs from the new album seemed good <hes> and and they're also is just he's just a very funny persona. You know if you think about I've seen Mick Jagger play of seeing Bob Dylan play each of them has prosecuting some version of cool still into their age aged nece the elusiveness of Dylan the like goofy swagger of of Jagger <hes> and Paul McCartney is just kind of a dope like he's he's <unk> oral historically talented rockstar but he's also just Kinda corny and goofy and sweet and I don't know the combination of that with like the the leather energy of of rock is <hes> was very fun and and then he did at the very end in a surprise cameo bring out Ringo Starr and they played helter skelter together under the Los Angeles Guy. That's a nice way ringo waiting in the ways the whole time to pop on it was a pretty fun night so my endorsement is the Gutenberg Bible and the Beatles how I mean how do I follow that top that Steve has to go back to the last cave paintings to be more foundational than Michael Jackson God yeah <hes> so <hes> I am going to endorse some an essay by the kind of peerless earless <hes> Andrew O'Hagan or O'Hagan. I'm not sure which <hes> who <hes> often rights for the Leonard Review of books a few weeks ago I endorsed the Lillian Ross Classic. That's just been reissued by New York. Review of books books called a picture which is her fly on the wall account of <hes> <hes> watching as the director John Huston tried to bring the red badge of courage to the screen which he did but then it was butchered by the studio and was destroyed as a work of popular art <hes> but anyway <hes> O'Hagan O'Hagan and Hagen on the occasion of the reissue of Lillian Ross's book is able to retell the story of his relationship with Lillian Ross. who was this mid-century Doyen of the New Yorker? I mean truly one of the Great New Yorker Writers of all time and long before Gay Talese and Frank Sinatra Lillian Ross was doing these extraordinary sort of work of art <hes> celebrity profiles <hes> and <hes> he it's funny because he at once is getting it her <unk> genius as a writer and at the relationship that she had to her subjects and like she was like Janet Malcolm Factory New Janet Malcolm and was in a kind of implicit and explicit dialogue with Janet Malcolm over the years about what you're what are journalists obligation is to their source and to the truth until.
"savannah" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Priority. They would love to talk to people in the state of Utah about your Senator Mitt Romney. But it is Nancy Pelosi day if you've noticed the media, and you've noticed the quivers and Denise shaking and brow. Wiping in the sudden fits of excitement is Nancy Pelosi is once again to be speaker of the house they've invited. People Nancy Pelosi day, bring the kids. Well, you know, the ones that are alive and have survived et cetera being them, we'll have a barbecue of kind of a stem grown fake meat products grown in a laboratory kind of soy tasting tastes a little bit like chicken, but the rubber variety and we're going to celebrate America. Nancy Pelosi's America well to be precise. Now in North America. We don't want to get to jingoistic on Nancy Pelosi day or. As they've now issued a correction really what we ought to look at is the land mass north of South America that'll be our celebration for the day, the north bland mass north of South America. So all of this around the woman whose daughter now, I don't I'm as I'm a father, and I don't know that this would be the praise at want for my daughter, and maybe you, parents, etc. Maybe give your feedback on this. I have thought long and hard about on the day that I depart this earth, hopefully to go to the Lord I envisioned being there with my daughter, and my wife is a hold my hand. And they say goodbye to me, and I have not envisioned looking at my daughter and having her say dad, I've always admired about you that you will cut people's heads off. And they will not know they're bleeding that has not been my aspiration as a father. But that is in fact, what Nancy Pelosi's daughter has says about her she'll cut your head off before, you know, you're bleeding that's high praise from daughter, but isn't that divisive? And what does this mean, by the way for Mitch McConnell and President Obama if? If you were to advise them, what would you be telling them to do because there's some realities in the operating realities is now with the house of representatives run by the cold hearted hands of Nancy Pelosi cut your head off before you're bleeding. Are there deals to be made? Is there anything that we should do or could do in terms of dealmaking? They don't tend to give the president any form of victory as it relates to a wall. That's very very clear and the sticking point for them. It's nothing to do with money. We all know that I've seen the pieces. Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. Fiscal restraint pay as you go as nothing to do with that. The fact of the matter is this would be very much as a listener to my local show said like Chuck Schumer having a grand a thousand bucks in his pocket, and you ask him for something like a buck fifty to go get a Cup of coffee or a couple of bucks for a Cup of coffee. None of its financial, and they all know that. But the operating reality for Nancy Pelosi something else altogether. She is being flanked on her left in. This is interesting. So you have the fake socialist who's going to go up against the other fake socialist, one of them young and a frac- Brooklyn one of them old am demonstrably corrupt. It's Alexandria or cost you TEZ going up against Nancy Pelosi Cortez's says that she is not going to bow down first round. She's gonna take what is this symbolic vote against Nancy Pelosi and on something this actually decent pays you. Go. Your pays you go legislation. Simply means you gotta cut a little bit to spend a little bit. And it is a sign of the times that in the democrat party. You are able to now watch this young upstart pretend Brooklyn, I her dad was actually the CEO is on architecture company was an architect NCO. So the hardscrabble upbringing head to go down and be a bartender to make ends meet that didn't happen quite as much as she'd like you to know. But Nancy Pelosi now has to deal with this left. Flank and. Folks are getting upset. They're getting concerned kid we deal with Nancy Pelosi. Well, let's take some examples from history we've dealt with it before I was part of a team who ran against her. We ran the fire Nancy Pelosi campaign, and I got to confront her staff when we sent them fleeing from the internet that campaign was so successful because she had so unlikable I'll tell you a little inside information out of Washington DC, I chatted with a congresswoman who was on the floor. When Nancy Pelosi was voting for an abortion Bill. Do you did standing in the wings getting ready to vote for more money for abortions? She was feverishly crossing herself. Now, I'm not anybody's judge professor, a priest. But I don't know that crossing yourself feverishly vote for more abortions is the way to go. But the media wiping their brow fits of heavy breathing. Unable to control their thoughts as they envision of Pelosi. Congress. On NBC is it Samantha gun Guthrie or savannah Guthrie? I don't have a TV. So I don't know. So rely on us. Samantha or savannah, savannah Guthrie savannah Guthrie on ABC talking to Nancy Pelosi. NBC you're probably the most powerful women in government. Pelosi says in the United States. Yes, got three. Yes policy. That's true. Guthrie? Do you think about that? And think about what it means. Do you think about that as a personal accomplishment and Pelosi sits back and triangulate and calculates and things. And no, I think of it as responsibility, I don't think of it as an accomplishment, I think of it as a real responsibility. And how we go forward, and what that means in terms of the lives of American working families, and that's more. This doesn't break a glass ceiling. This is breaking a marble ceiling in the Capitol Hill, the United States. No, I don't think it's quite that momentous side note true or false. This is the first congress in which a woman will be seated who married her brother and lived with him for eight years this false question. And if that's true, how is that not made the media? And if that's true is Nancy Pelosi. You're going to be asked about that. Now in a go forward basis. What you wanna do? Well, look number one is stopped the wall because it is. Core promise of the president United States. It is what he ran upon when he came down the stairs. That's what drew the attention. He stepped on a line and stepped on a button that none of the other Republican candidates would ever do. We'll talk later in the show about professional Republicans ye- what that means to me. It means people who if you were to ask them. What do you do for a living say, well, I Republican what's that mean? Well, that's that's what I do. I republican. So what are your principles? Well, it's about Republican. Well, you conservative. Well, if that's if it's say Republican. Yeah. If it's something else, I'm a Republican Trump has been an antidote to that to professional republicanism. And there are in Washington DC little tiny whispers that this Mitt Romney thing. It's time to go. Right ahead and Nancy Pelosi to put in the minds of the American people this choice, but Pelosi intens investigations Pelosi intends shutdowns of the Trump agenda Pelosi intends to do what she can to try to get a personal attack levied against her by the president she intends to drive or draw him out that way and in terms of policy. Does it matter or does it Mitch McConnell sometimes has in his heart? This knee. The American people she made rich cross out on edge Pelosi. We things we can do to move forward. But they're always deals that we ended up not liking, for instance, so-called criminal Justice reform, Bill not high in that. I know the president signed it. Maybe he sees things in it. I don't see I think we're letting the few too many people out of jail, but he had the details. I didn't have the full details. But it ends up being these things that if Nancy Pelosi Mitch McConnell get together. Then we got to turn to the president. So what do you do in that place? If you're advising how do you advise the president to proceed and the media can't hide themselves CNN CNN on their front page. I took screen shot of the graphic Trump's presidency is about to totally change. He's going to face a new level of opposition. He hasn't yet seen. So we have not seen opposition this president who has been opposed more than any president in history has not seen opposition. I failed to believe that another thing. The Democrats intend to do is go after the tax. Returns to the professional Republicans. Some of you want to see the president's tax returns. I happen if they deal. Let's let's go full transparency. Let's do that such repression. Republicans are you afraid to come back and say, oh transparency. That's what you want to tell you. What why don't we do something? We can do right now today. This instant why don't we go ahead and release all the details and all the names on the congressional sexual abuse slush fund? Why don't you? Give us the details on that all of the abusers. What they're accused of. And how much money we spent because all that takes is a signature from Nancy Pelosi since we're gonna go full transparency and wall work in the debate this Bill about tax returns and ten years of prior tax returns. Why don't we do something else? You can all do. What are we disclose? The details of the work your family members have done where they've drawn down a couple hundred grand on your packs running a couple hundred granted per year or three hundred grand per year. Why don't we see an accounting of the work? They actually delivered to these donor. Owners. Why don't we get that transparent? And while we're talking about transparency. Why don't we go ahead and take through some of the records of the attendance of board meeting you and your family have had were you suddenly ended up on the boards of companies and industries about which, you know, little let's have a look at datas the American people. Let's go full transparency. And let's also do this. Why don't we go ahead and release all in any reports on Russia in how the investigation went about? Why don't we go ahead and declassify any and all of this information since you would like to go full transparency aimed at one guy. This is something I'd love to see the profession Republicans. Those are the people who Republican for a living stand up and say we're ready to play the transparency game in the Romney timing. Right next door to Pelosi taking a seat. Look, I can believe that mitt is a good guy in his personal life. And I know this in my judgment. He's a cardboard cutout of a man. He's kind of our Hillary Clinton in a way, he's not corrupt. But I don't think he exists because he's really just a walking amalgamation of the polls Stott Herman in for Rush Limbaugh on the EIB network will get back into your calls. You're listening to the network six.
"savannah" Discussed on Only A Game
"This is only a game. I'm nor prince Yati. I think it makes sense to start this week's show by quoting my boy, William Shakespeare RIP more specifically a little play called Romeo and Juliet. You may know it as I do as the source material for a little ditty called love story by Taylor swift. But I digress in act two scene to one of my personal faves Juliet says to Romeo what's in a name that which we call a rose by any other word would smell sweet. Well, I'm sorry. Juliette and I don't mean to pile on because I know you're dealing with a lot right now, but you're wrong names do matter. And only games. Matthew stock has the story to prove it. Jesse an early coal where at a friend's wedding in New Jersey, when the CEO of their business called with bad news Jesse, we just overdrafted our count. We're completely out of money for the first time. Really. We had completely failed in how do you run out of money and not have a backup plan. A few months earlier, Jessie and Emily had bought a collegiate summer league baseball team in Savannah, Georgia. They had already taken on millions of dollars in debt and opening day was still months away on the drive home from New Jersey to North Carolina. Jesse, and Emily talked about what they could do to keep their new team afloat. And Emily came up with a plan. She's Harney said, we've no other options. We have to sell our house. You is in the back of our minds the whole drive. But it took me saying it for us both to accept that. That was really our only option left. We were not ready to give up on this. This was not just he's first experience with failing baseball team in two thousand eight as a twenty three year old. Bachelor. He was hired as the general manager of guests. Donia grizzlies I showed up that first day the team was only averaging a couple hundred fans of game. I found out that the team had lost over one hundred thousand dollars the previous year, and I found out that there was two hundred sixty eight dollars in the Bank account right away. Jesse started calling local businesses to drum up sponsorships. Most weren't interested and some had never even heard of the grizzlies. I was like, what have I got myself into? I mean, the team had been there, but nobody cared. So Jesse went to the team owner with a new idea. Ken, we can no longer be a baseball team. We need to be a circus in maybe a baseball game breakout and luckily didn't fire me and he said, we got up into lose Jesse called a group of his college friends, and they started brainstorming ideas to draw fans to grizzlies games. Things were about to. Get crazy in gastonia. We came up with flatulence fun night where we actually gave away Whoopi cushions at the gate, and we had a farting contest on the field beam, burrito, eating contest, salute to underwear night. If anybody wore their underwear on the outside of their pants in came in, they got a free ticket. George Bush was the president in his term was over. So what do we do? We offered him an internship. Jesse also brought the players into the fun. They started handing out programs before warm-ups and doing choreographed dances in between innings. It started getting a lot of buzz and that's when the attendance started skyrocketing. It really became bigger than we even imagine. People started hearing about Jesse and the grizzlies among them was a young woman named Emily McDonald my boss at the time heard Jessie, speak at a conference, and she actually left the room and called me and said, I met the guy that you're gonna. Marry family was working for a minor league baseball team in Gusta Georgia. Like Jesse. She also believed that fan Centric entertain. -ment was the secret to success in baseball. The two started exchanging emails and sure enough overtime does kinda got to know each other and fell in love. And then I ended up moving together Dona and working for the team with him. I will always remember the first time I walked into that gastonia ballpark Jesse was teaching the players the thriller dance on the field in Texier oh, by the way, he was in a block tuxedo..
"savannah" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"They were very different and it was so different. Blake was very like, oh my gosh, like emotional eagles shit with my favorite quote of any TV show. And. Dude, I have really said I have put a bigger right now. I can. I can make this very radio. I can put it up and I filmed it and he goes, listen, he goes the eagles fucking comment. He made. I think whatever he goes, he says, you give me butterflies, butterflies a small feeling. You give me eagles lake. No, Garrett. Eric said, I love the way she says bags bags, but like they're really cute together. And I think Becky and garett is perfect for that. And like Blake is just, but Blake seems really serious, but he also seems like he would take such great care of lady and I just God, I well, hey, he's still single so know savannah, like he should be the bachelor, I think so too. I think he would be a good. I mean, everybody's saying Jason but pace now Jason sugars date. Savannah. Talk about what we're going to talk about that, sir, over day we're talking about on yet. I could go all night long savannah, talking about her. Listen. All right. So we liked that show you guys like my show and for those of you who do like it, you are going to love the good life with Stevie and Suzanne..
"savannah" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"And now from the university of chicago institute of politics and cnn the axe files with your host david axelrod i met savannah guthrie in two thousand and eight when she joined the obama campaign press corps assign there by nbc news she went on to become their white house correspondent during the two years that i served there and i learned two things about our one is that she's very very smart and the other is she's a very genuine and honest person those qualities have contributed to her success as an anchor of the today show i caught up with savannah new york recently to talk about her very interesting life career in this moment in journalism and politics savannah guthrie my old friend rate to see you again in your in your new palatial day get to see you as a returning member of the media yes i don't forget that you were once a reporter you know i'm proud of that i was raised in journalism and i'm proud of that speaking of being raised let's talk about your family born in australia why might i i'm a us citizen i was born in his dre because my kids tissue you run run for for president i get into that we won't yes but by the way i think it's never been litigated i think natural born citizen the case is never come up to the court we'll get to your loss stuff i'm like oh fascinating i was born in chile 'cause my father was in the mining business and he at that point in the early seventies was had been transferred there to work for a company so we just our family lived there for about two years and i happen to be born during that time and not until i start working for the today show had i been back in all of these years and one of the best things about this job is like all the cool stuff you get to do and they sent me to astray area with my mom found the very hospital room where i was born and the midwives who basically delivered me yeah so so i come i really grew up in arizona via ustralia and tell me about your folks my dad will first of all he passed away when i was sixteen i know my dad was.