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World Health Organization acknowledges coronavirus can be airborne

This Week in Startups

06:48 min | 2 months ago

World Health Organization acknowledges coronavirus can be airborne

"I just read that. We still don't have a definitive posture on masks from the WHO? And that they are finally ceding ground to the idea that the coronavirus could partially be spread in air. I mean this is so bizarre because it's the middle of July, there are three million cases, and half a million people have died, and we are still there, and so you know when I saw that trump pulled out of the WHO You know in this weird way the way he did. It was kind of cartoonish in stupid, and you know kind of an insolent child, but the reason he did. It was actually pretty reasonable because this organization. Is Not a scientific or health body, it's an academic body, and you can see this in universities where all of a sudden things tilt away from fax, and it tilts towards you know all kinds of very very very small points of. Political capital that people fight over and so these politicized organizations are incredible and to the point at which we saw you know this past week the report that. Well over two hundred fifty of their own scientists who they rely on, said Hey. It's very clear that this is an airborne phenomenon aerosol tiny microparticles of Aerosol when people talk when they sing when they cough when they sneeze, all this obvious stuff floats in the air and if you ever closed air conditioned. Location like say a church in the South or a hotel or casino? It's not a good idea to be in there, and it's especially not about. Is especially bad idea. Take your mask off so now. The WHO is over two and as you said in his just horrifically comical way can explain as we're very clearly explaining that this is a political organization that is funded by a duopoly of superpowers that have many issues which we're going to get into today. And we have to say who the duopoly is Sax when you look at this being are token conservative here and you see the trump win. How frustrating is it for you? That trump's delivery and his persona when he is right in a person can't be wrong all the time I'm proof positive that you. You have to deal with the fact that he doesn't. It's such a stupid inane way that you don't actually get credit for the win. Well trump is often the the bull in a China shop, and kind of disrupts the status quo by. Throwing a grenade into it but frequently there there are good reasons why the status quo niece be disrupted and the the new. York Times laid out the case in a new story on who the the one that reported the scientists complaining that you're talking. It was just a straight news story, but it almost came across as an expose because whose incompetence was laid out so starkly the fact that they were slow on mass. Oppose them and. I think kind of lied about them. and then. and then to to be downplaying the airborne nature of the virus in favor of. Maintaining this narrative that it spread through touching surfaces or Which I think people are realizing now is much much less likely. And, so yeah, you do kind of have to wonder whose side is is on and the the New, York Times article kind of suggests why they do this, which is. When they issue a declaration, they have to think about the ramifications and all of their member countries, and so, what ends up happening? is they sort of start with the policy, implication or political result that they are? And then of reverse engineer, the science and You know with article talks about how you know if we were to come out and and sort of. Be Very. Clear about airborne transmission that could affect spending, or or you know political budgets all these different countries, and so they've been reluctant to do that so yeah, it's a it's A. WE'RE GONNA nation that sort of political, first, and then reverse engineers the science to fit that. And you know what this reminds me of. It's like when you have giant. Board of a company, the management team comes out, and now they've got to present like a pivot or an acquisition whatever it is, and they're thinking well. Okay. We've got this funding source. These people own twenty six percent of who this person owns twenty two percent. We've now got to present it to them. And what are the Ram downstream vacations? Luckily there's an alignment in a single company. The alignment is we want company share price to go up, but here in the world it is not equally aligned is in China's best interest. What's in the best interest and what's in America's best interest might be radically different, and they are literally funding them correct from off while there's a they are there. There's a there's this thing called Sayers law right which many of us kind of have seen play out which is at academic the saying something like academic politics. Are So vicious, because the stakes are so small, and in this interesting way, the WHO has lost the script because they fight over politics, who gets to say what who's being positioned, and they lose sight of the real downs in my opinion, the downstream implications of the things that they have because if they actually just thought from first principles and tried to be a truly independent body that said we are going to take. The capital were given from the countries that are supporting us and actually do the best. And actually published, like what is the best thing to do for example in the case of krona virus and be definitive and. We'd be a much better place, but a lot of what is allowed the posture corona virus to transition from a health issue to a political issue in many ways, has been because organizations like the WHO and the CDC. Our political bodies and their academic bodies, and so the incentives of the players within these organizations are not necessarily project the right public health positioning they are. Are At some level to think about their own career trajectory and the political machinations had happened within the organization that are blind to normal citizens like us that just consume the output, and then so when you see something like an inability to give a definitive ruling on things like masks, or you know other things. You just kind of scratch your head in wonder. Wonder is it that they're dumb and the answer is no. It's not that they're dumb. They're motivated by very different things than public health all the time, which

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Sayer Ji - Unlocking Your Body's Radical Resilience

The Ultimate Health Podcast

05:56 min | 3 months ago

Sayer Ji - Unlocking Your Body's Radical Resilience

"Jesse Chap. AC- with Marnie Wasserman and we are here to take your health to the next level each week. We'll bring you inspiring. In formative conversations about health and wellness, covering topics of nutrition, lifestyle, fitness, mindset, and so much more and this week. We're speaking with CEO G. He's the founder of green. Info the world's largest open access natural health database. He's the author of the recently released regenerate unlocking your body's radical resilience through the new biology, and Sarah Somebody. We've had on a raider for a long time, and wanted to have honest guest, and I'm really. Really happy with this conversation and how it turned out and I know you're going to get a lot from it. Some of the highlights include Sayers. Health struggles and becoming a natural health advocate Mike Ernie's in foods, and how they impact our genes, the Apple Mono Diet, Y raw foods are important to eat at every meal and falling in love with his wife Kelly, and how this was his medicine. Lots of other great information shared in this episode as well. We really appreciate it. If you could help, spread the word shared the show with somebody in your life, and without further ado here we go with Sayer G. Hello Sayer welcome to the PODCAST. Yeah really say to have you on the show. This has been a long time coming. And I really loved your new book regenerate, and in there you share your story, which wasn't familiar beforehand, and and it goes all the way back to childhood, and the sickness that you went through as a kid and a teenager, and you share a whole bunch in there that you went through such as money having your tonsils removed, and you ended up having hip surgery later on, and it goes on and on overweight unfit. You ended up I think it was about at age seventeen. You had surgery on your sinuses, so you went through quite a bit. And my question for you is what was the catalyst behind all that well yeah I think for me. Getting into natural advocacy was allies were destined sesame given. Experience by. Acute episodes the Bronco Asthma you know. They checked me up enough in US multi fight lungs working. So from very early on I just. I struggled allies, and then came later in my life to ernest on nutrition, exercise and mind body practices so ultimately. That was guest that I felt so much because than it needed a passions. WanNa share you know the alternatives. Natural Approaches that I know can in some cases provide so much humor well. Let's talk about that. Turning point and I know this took place in your first year in college so. I become exposed to alternative health ideas. Well, you know my sister was someone who is naturally inclined to health food stores for example, I was way more conventional member over time I started to. Like the of that way than starts looking to literature that you'd find in these helped stores and taking on raw shrewd in the mucus diets, as it was known by Arnold era and a member thinking well. I've never not eaten. Save Council products. What would happen if I ate raw? And within three days of just going ahead and eliminating house, my asthma went away and never came back. It wasn't so raw. Fruit is, but the BUFFY Diet says exclude common engaged delicious. Western foods such as cow smoke novas like my. Moment, and when you hit that piff any moment, obviously, you've been going through a lot for so long. What was your initial reaction? Were you angry that you've been through so much? And you're just finding this information now or obviously? You're excited about digging in deeper in seeing what could come a vet, but talk about those initial reactions when you start to feel better over the course of a few days. That's such a great question because I think it's true that while I was elated excited, because for the first time in my life I didn't have to carry an inhaler around and think that you know. My body was fundamentally cursed. You know cloak in I was shocked to fine that you know something as simple as excluding cosmic for my genetics type would have prevented me from the Medical Mary around downward cycle. You know that I went to some level. There was a part of me that became. Hannah triggered to like oh my. What is my parents? Know this you know. You. Pour me. A. Journey retakes. One of these starts reclaim. Our health is you do? Realize there is a bit of. archetype underneath some of the symptoms. You know would've been more convenient for me to say. The doctors are right. This pathway humid of causes it, but you manage symptoms by ways. You should thank us for saving your last person. Sandwiches that the way we eat in this country. Is Disease Camale, N detectives and I'm barely one of the things that happened for me to sort of took the red pill that speak event. Lady but I was also like Gosh. We need to change things people now. There are these ways to heal known. About and this big shift in your life in your health happen when you're early in college as I mentioned. What were you taking at the time? The time you know, it was sort of just exploring the why started out actually went to university as an art student, and Mason Gross and I found it a little bit more fizeau. I ended up. Just go to college proper and. Just. Five years trying out pretty much anything that interested me. It ended up getting a degree in philosophy, so it's like a deep expiration time both in an hour.

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"sayers" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:19 min | 5 months ago

"sayers" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Sayers always win do you realize this the doom Sayers always win in a psychological sense what do you mean rush one explain the jump plan yes if it's bad if it is as bad as they say they will say I wonder what I told you it was going to be a hundred thousand to twenty thousand that I told you if it isn't as bad as they say if it doesn't end up being as bad as they predict they then say it's only because we warn you did do what was necessary to avoid the threat they are never wrong the doomsayers are never wrong always when they've got an answer for everything the realists like me I'm the mayor of real fell I am Mr literal this program is real the I am the mayor governor president whatever I'm an optimist I can't help but I have the optimist gene we never win I'm against the dorm shares if the realist so many optimists are wrong then what are we we are caring these are well versed we are people with no compassion if we are wrong when we say it ain't gonna be that bad fogs get a grip if the realist optimist like me are right we still endangered lives within the recklessness of our prediction and we saved only by those who knew their data was false and scared them into acting crystal if you are able to come along and say this is a hypothetical capital H. capital why capital hypothetical if I were to say today this shutdown is not necessary I am not saying it but if I were to get a hypothetical example if I were to tell you that I don't think anything we're doing here is is drastically necessary if that turned out to be right the doom stairs would still say that I was a reckless and endanger the lives and the lives were saved only by the doomsayers who warned everybody not to listen to the optimists and that's why modelers I don't care whether it's health models whether it's climate models economic models they always play the doom card they always play the worst case scenario card and they never lose the people who lose are those who have their livelihood to rule and because of the doomsayers but bore you contradicted don't say I don't think it's this bad I don't think a hundred thousand to one of those who were going to die who are you to dispute Dr Fauci who are you what do you what a total optimist I just don't believe that's recklessly endangered so you can't say it the optimist I'm a realist seating the argument to the doomsayers and that's where we are here and that's what I don't like about this the shares are ruling the roost right they don't know all they've got in their computer models and their media biased headlines to scare the hell out of everybody they could be right but what if they're wrong now that's they never are able get credit for having warned everybody danced the fact that the economy's been shellacked the destroyed never forget by product to the saving of lives okay to the phones we go this Jefferson Wisconsin Steve I'm glad you waited your up next hello Sir been able to watch a few of the press briefings that they've had in a long time last night and as an American I am so what does constant with them people they don't care learn anything that's going on with this disease or anything in a lot of listening to the characters all they want to do is sit there and hopefully try to get president trump and some kind of a catch up all up there in there or it was just absolutely disgusting listen or watch number people this president is managing every aspect of our lives up this country there is not enough brain cells in that press pool to manage a sidewalk lemonade stand it is just absolutely horrid what they do yes ma'am well not in this in this you're right but this is not unique press behavior in the press other other than Obama they would never do this to Obama did to George W. bush all the time the one one member to pressure do you think it was a mistake president trump to Bob there wasn't there was a press conference of an hour and fifteen minutes with George W. bush in his first term of the every question why won't you admit you make mistakes they never ask Obama to make a mistake to ever ask him to admit a mistake so with Democrat president to kind of get in the past but maybe it's not unique to trump and get the the the specific that you're citing trying to trip up Republican presidents is is the order of the day it's the quiet around for the drive by media and you're you're right nevertheless make and what what I think irritate you isn't this is a significant episode that this country is going through this is not a debate on social security extensions or what have you this is not a this is the usual contentious policy debate is about life and death and they're still trying to trip him up and screw him up that's that's what offends you I think right yes well Russia Clinton Hugh crane could not take this man down and who is not going to take him down either he is he is going to come out of there you mean to tell me you don't believe the polls that show Joe Biden shellacking trump in twenty five counties out there twenty five districts that trump needs to win I will get into it by the way these these polls that's another example of how the media is just laughably hopeful here Joe Biden even beating it why do you think why do you think they're having these what I'm sorry why do you think that these orgasms over Cuomo I mean what more evidence do you need that they don't plug in the answer that they're salivating over and by the way Cuomo does not have a prayer outside of New York the fact that they need a hospital ship in New York New York state ought to have hospitals up and running out the ones you the population of that state dictate that state is broke you've got people fleeing that state if things were in order in that state everybody wanna be stay because the pinnacle of treatment is supposedly in New York people would want to stay there fleeing the trying to get out of there I still shortages here and there and that that didn't call maybe doing this while he was doing some pretty good briefings but I think even those of now.

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"sayers" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

07:22 min | 5 months ago

"sayers" Discussed on WRVA

"True and it's one things and frustrates me about them the doom Sayers always win do you realize this the doomsayers always win in a psychological sense what do you mean rush one explain the jump plan yes if it's bad if it is as bad as they say they will say I wonder what I told you it was going to be a hundred thousand that daughter doesn't that I told you if it isn't as bad as they say if it doesn't end up being as bad as they predict they then say it's only because we warn you did do what was necessary to avoid the threat they are never wrong the doomsayers are never wrong always when they've got an answer for everything the realists like me I'm the mayor of real fell I am Mr literal this program is real the I am the mayor governor president whatever I'm an optimist I can't help but I have the optimist gene we never win up against the dorm Sayers if the realist so many optimists are wrong then what are we we are caring where is our worst we are people with no compassion if we are wrong when we say it ain't gonna be that bad fogs get a grip if the realist an optimist like me are right we still endangered lives with the recklessness of our prediction and we saved only by those who knew what their data was false and scared them into acting crystal if if I were to come along and say this is a hypothetical capital H. capital why capital hypothetical if I were to say today this shutdown is not necessary I am not saying it but if I were to get a hypothetical example if I were to tell you that I don't think anything we're doing here is is drastically necessary if that turned out to be right the doom stairs would still say that I was a reckless and I endangered the lives and the lives were saved only by the doomsayers who warned everybody not to listen to the optimists and that's why modelers I don't care whether it's health models whether it's climate models economic models they always play the doom card they always play the worst case scenario card and they never lose the people who lose are those who have their livelihoods ruined because of the doomsayers the more you contradicted don't say I don't think it's this bad I don't think a hundred thousand to one of those who were going to die who are you to dispute Dr Fauci who are you what do you what a total optimist I just don't believe that's recklessly endangered so you can't say it the optimist in the realist has to shut up see the argument to the doomsayers and that's where we are here and that's what I don't like about this the shares are ruling the roost right they don't know all their daughter their computer models and their media biased headlines to scare the hell out of everybody they could be right but what if they're wrong now that they never are they will get credit for having warned everybody danced the fact that the economy's been shellacked the destroyed in significant by product to the saving of lives okay to the phones we go this Jefferson Wisconsin Steve I'm glad you're waving your up next hello Sir Russia been able to watch a few of the press briefings that they've had in the one on last night and as an American I am so disgusted with them people they don't care learn anything that's going on with this disease or anything and I want to listen to the doctors all they want to do is sit there and hopefully try to get president trump and some kind of a catch up all up there in there or it was just absolutely disgusting listening or watching them people this president is managing every aspect of our lives out this country there isn't enough brain cells in that press pool to manage a sidewalk lemonade stand it is just absolutely horrid but they don't exist man well not in this in this you're right but this is not unique press behavior in the press other other than Obama they would never do this to Obama did this to George W. bush all the time the one one member to pressure do you think it was a mistake president trump the blob there wasn't there was a press conference of an hour and fifteen minutes with George W. bush in his first term of the every question why won't you admit you make mistakes they never ask Obama to make a mistake to ever ask him to admit a mistake so with Democrat president to kind of get in the past but then it's not unique to trump and get that that the specific that you're citing trying to trip up Republican presidents is is the order of the day it's the quiet around for the drive by media and you're you're right nevertheless make and what what I think irritate you isn't this is a significant episode that this country is going through this is not a debate on social security extensions or what have you this is not a this is the usual contentious policy debate is about life and death and they're still trying to trip him up and screw him up that's that's what offends you I think right yes well Russia Clinton Hugh crane could not take this man down and it's not going to take him down either he is a he's gonna come out of as you mean to tell me you don't believe the polls that show Joe Biden shellacking trump in twenty five counties out there twenty five districts that trump needs to win Joe who I will get into it by the way these these polls that's another example of how the media is just laughably hopeful here Joe Biden even beating it why do you think why do you think they're having these what I'm sorry why do you think that these orgasms over Cuomo I mean what more evidence do you need that they don't plug in the answer that they're salivating over Cuomo and by the way Cuomo does not have a prayer outside of New York the fact that they need a hospital ship in New York New York state ought to have hospitals up and running out the ones you the population of that state dictate that state is broke you've got people fleeing that state if things were in order in that state everybody wanna be stay because the pinnacle of treatment is supposedly in New York people would want to stay there fleeing the trying to get out of there hospital shortages here and there and that that Cuomo maybe doing this while he was doing some pretty good briefings but I think even those.

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"sayers" Discussed on Making Gay History

Making Gay History

01:51 min | 6 months ago

"sayers" Discussed on Making Gay History

"But in these difficult times when `isolation isn't necessity for so many of us. I also think of Wendell as an inspiration. Wendell created a world for himself he persevered. He bore his aloneness with dignity and resourcefulness. He found community in his church. He pursued his love of music and proudly showed me the gleaming electric organ that took center stage in his living room. He found ways to cope found. Meaning connection and pleasure. Under trying circumstances. I hope the same is true for you. Thanks for listening and thank you to our listeners. Who have recently made donations to support making a history so we can continue bringing lgbtq history to life to the voices of the people who lived it. I know that many people are struggling financially. An orange short. Hello pay their bills. So I'm especially grateful to donors like Bob Bob Liz in Amsterdam and made a donation in honor of his late partner. J Manning who died from complications of AIDS in their apartment in New York City at the height of epidemics. Bob Road as soon as I heard your podcast. I knew that Jay would want me to contribute to it so it was a welcome impulse truly in memory of him. I'm very grateful for your fine work. I remember the bad old days and I know. How did we are to the people you interviewed? Thank you for keeping their stories alive. Thank you Bob. And I'm so sorry about Jay. Many thanks to all my colleagues who produced this podcast a special thanks to Sara burning him our founding editor and producer for producing this episode and into the tire making history director for handling all the post production work to get our episodes out to you so long. Stay safe until next time..

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"sayers" Discussed on Making Gay History

Making Gay History

11:39 min | 6 months ago

"sayers" Discussed on Making Gay History

"Kept me always aware that was different. If anything went wrong in the town was always I would. It's it's a lot of pressure. It's a lot of racial and Gradually I discovered that I was different and I I was the only one in the world I remember. One time I discovered things were not right. I am I mean sexually That I WANNA kill myself you remember. Were I'd say about fifteen men. What do you remember what you what you thought how you realized you were different? When I knew anything about growth and everybody else was chased napped girls and I couldn't figure out why this didn't make sense to me instead. Listened or so she thought about about killing yourself. I thought one time I just didn't want to go through life split end. I didn't no other way to keep her and I was just completely Down in out so to speak. I gave up practically minding my dad. Come to me and told me what he had heard whether you heard it how you found out that somebody must've told him. What did you do here? You didn't tell them. He told me things. He told me that he had heard that. I was not natural male clinic pitcher examinations and see if we can find out what caused what to do about so he puts M- other I in the car and we go up to Minnesota sort of that was back in the day. Couldn't get placed to stay get a place. E because you're black quarterbacks what did you do buy crackers and Bologna and in the store and take them up. Need that like that. Where did you sleep got a tent? We Got Mondays ten twelve tents and we state in the tenant take all of that and put it to get. It's awfully hard on anybody gear with these white or black green yellow right. That kind of pressure is terrific. How old were you then? I was still quite young. Were you still in high school? Setting goes you must have been terrified. Terrified they've been in hospital for in and out for several days the basket questions all kinds of questions. They determined that that was almost on that there was nothing they could do about it and final report from. Mayo was that According to their state laws that I should be they should report me and had me incarcerated incarcerated for what because I was different? Put in jail in jail. They said that since I was a client. There's they would not do it so we went back home in reporter today. I say this that I was a an adopted child and Alvin used to wonder kid. What will he do when he finds it out? See clearly put me out kick me out or accept when my dad was very understanding. I understand it. I don't think he actually understood but he was willing to accept. I should say So he finally told me says well since they don't know what to do about it. Find your friend that you can trust and bring them home. Don't want you playing around on the streets right on the country. 'cause you never know who's going to step up by the doing your room as your business was. It didn't want me out on the street that helped a lot. At least I was little my mother. She just idolized me. Regardless remarkable people as I look back I didn't think so at the time. No one thinks it's fair to remarkable at the time but as I look back I can certainly appreciate asking me okay if there were no organized gay groups when you were here first year in. Denver that China's the organized group. I think far as I know I had a friend worked down at the depot. The depot were kind of train people and he was gay and he was going to the meeting tonight. I'd like to go along. I suggest how so we went into. Somebody's home I didn't know would I wouldn't group. A guy sitting there. I imagine ten quill movie island. First place I'd say to Know Art of meet somebody who is like me. I mean that was my primary purpose It developed later or as time went on it. Once I found there were others besides me. I was much better able to accept myself. Can you elaborate at all? Would you what you mean by that you see to me? I was always a thorn in the flesh to me because I was. You're on Thorne. I was one time and this This talking about it and going over experiences together helped me to realize. Maybe I'm not the only were you scared. Oh No I think I scared them whereas why did you scare them? Well how's the only black and they probably weren't. They weren't accustomed to having any contact with customers and text books. Come in once I found somebody else besides me that I would say they were up until that time known. It said I knew phew right. But I mean to have a group I had never been in that sort of situation foresee. I was completely happy to find somebody. 'cause I thought I would be accepted and a part of the crowd And I was really happy. The first meeting I went to guys were not friendly. They weren't friendly but that was all right. They didn't know it or Aleinu was I was a lawyer and they're afraid of me. I think because I was terrified low. What's Guy Doing here? Who's he going to turn INS over? Were you concerned about your practice when you went to this first meeting? Abbas concerned about my practice at every meeting. I want to as it has worked for the attorney. General's office at the time. Oh you must have been really First black the first black to work for the General Gotten in Denver at my office. Right there in the capital So every time I went to Matt I was scared first. Allan scared the same thing. Just imagine the Denver Post would come out for page first black in the Attorney General's office turns out to be three yourself off the capital for that one. I sure been raised so much as a underdog. I just would have done anything if I could just taking a step higher save regardless of my games. I was still somebody legal questions. They would ask me. Sometimes I'd volunteer. They talk about something once in a while. I volunteered little information but to be a I was not a hired or paid consultant just volunteer volunteer days. I remember one time I set up a limbo. I had got himself cut with a whole lot of nude pictures. Of course they took him down trial and beforehand why I don't know whether he asked me society but he I knew the judge judge to be gay not so I went down and felt I made arrangements with the judge to win. This case comes up gutsy. You are nuts nuts as I look back. Nah that do not I would down a message to impersonal. Told him this guy was coming under Liens. He could skew when come dine. Withdrawal did took that day off wanting to do it. I didn't want anything to do with anything but I kinda glad after is that I had warned him ahead of time. 'cause he and I were good friends seat. Read regret nothing between us but just good friends and I think he knew me and I think I knew him. He just took that day off. Guyana's votes so you advised on on a number of cases like that. That's the only one the only way I think that was the only one. But you stuck your neck out. That was all that was way out. That was way out. Somebody didn't chop off. Its wonder somebody didn't you must feel at God's been watching over you guys do me. I'm telling you ever since the day I was bored. Yes it definitely Wendell. Sayers died on March twenty seventh nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight just shy of his ninety fourth birthday.

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"sayers" Discussed on Making Gay History

Making Gay History

03:01 min | 6 months ago

"sayers" Discussed on Making Gay History

"According this introduction on Thursday April second twenty twenty exactly three weeks since my partner Barney and I began sheltering in place at our apartment on the west side of Manhattan. Where it's very very quiet. Some of my neighbors have left town and just about everyone else is staying close to home. We know from the terrifying news reports that it's anything but quiet at the city's hospitals at my brother's Hospital in Maryland. My brother tells me they're getting ready for what they fear is a wave of very sick patients. We've been hearing from friends across the country and around the world who are staying home or working on the front lines to keep the lights on or to save lives in Kenya Rwanda the UK Russia Mexico Denmark Italy Australia and the little island of St Bart's as scary sad and enraging as these times are there's comfort in knowing that we're not alone and that's got me thinking about Wendell Sayers. Wendell lived in a different kind of isolation one. That's familiar to me because for the first seventeen years of my life. I never shared with a single person who I really was. But wendell's experience was also totally different. Because I had the privilege of growing up in a world and at a time where I could later escape that isolation and live openly as a gay person a world that's grown evermore accepting since. I came out in one thousand nine hundred ninety six our listeners. I met Wendell in our second ever episode. What feels like several lifetimes ago in the fall of two thousand sixteen at the time we posted the episode. We didn't know much more about Wendell than what he shared with me. And His nineteen eighty-nine interview beyond his birth in nineteen ninety four harrowing growing up experiences in the fact that he was the first African American lawyer to work for Colorado's attorney general. I didn't even a photograph of him. The episode image we used was a beautiful sketch by artist. Richard Pope that he created for description of what I remembered of Wendell. Since then we've managed to uncover much more about Wendell and his life and we found a photograph to. I'll tell you all about it later in this episode but I I want you to hear his voice. I hadn't planned on interviewing Wendell. I went to Denver and early. Nineteen hundred nine to speak with Elon Barker who had been active in the mattachine society in early gay organization. When elver told me a little about Wendell and his story I knew I had to meet him so I headed to. Wendell's tidy one story ranch where he lived alone just a few blocks away from the old Stapleton Airport. Wendell was eighty four years old. Which you'd never have known from how surefooted he was as he guided me through his house and into his dining room. He took a seat while I said at my recording equipment on the dining room table window was dressed for work in oppressed white shirt. Chris Gray slacks a grey striped tie and polished black shoes. I was eager to step back in time with him so I clicked my microphone to his shirt and press record.

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"sayers" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:29 min | 6 months ago

"sayers" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Right away you people on hold hang on we're coming right to yeah I just one more thing to say about models is undeniably true and it's one things and frustrates me about them the doom Sayers always win do you realize this the doom Sayers always win in a psychological sense what do you mean rush what explained a template yes if it's bad if it is as bad as they say they will say I wonder what I told you it was going to be what it doesn't do what it does is that I told you if it isn't as bad as they say if it doesn't end up being as bad as they predict they didn't say it's only because we warn you did do what was necessary to avoid the threat they are never wrong the doomsayers are never wrong they always when they've got an answer for everything the realists like me I'm the mayor of real well I am Mr literal this program is real the I am the mayor governor president whatever I'm an optimist I can't help but I have the optimist gene we never win up against the dorm shares if the realist so many optimists are wrong then what are we we are caring where is our worst your people with no compassion if we are wrong when we say it ain't gonna be that bad fogs get a grip if the realist an optimist like me are right we still endangered lives with the recklessness of our prediction and we saved only by those who knew what their data was false and scared them into acting crystal if if I were to come along and say this is a hypothetical capital H. capital why capital hypothetical if I were to say today this shutdown is not necessary I am not saying it but if I were to get a hypothetical example if I were to tell you that I don't think anything we're doing here is is drastically necessary if that turned out to be right the doom stairs would still say that I was reckless and I endangered the lives and the lives were saved only by the doomsayers who warned everybody not to listen to the optimist and that's why modelers I don't care whether it's health models whether it's climate models economic models they always play the doom card they always play the worst case scenario card and they never lose the people who lose are those who have their livelihoods ruined because of the doomsayers but bore you contradicted don't say I don't think it's this bad I don't think a hundred thousand to one of those who were going to die who are you to dispute Dr Fauci who are you what do you what a total optimist I just don't believe that's recklessly endangered you can't say it the optimist in the realist up seating the argument to the doomsayers and that's where we are here and that's what I don't like about this the doomsayers are ruling the roost right they don't know all their daughter their computer models and their media biased headlines to scare the hell out of everybody they could be right but what if they're wrong now that they never are they will get credit for having warned everybody to dance the fact that the economy's been shellacked the destroyed significant by product to the saving of lives okay to the phones we go this Jefferson Wisconsin Steve I'm glad you waited your up next hello Sir Russia Britain to watch a few of the press briefings that they've had in the one on last night and as an American I am sold yes costed with them all here learn anything that's going on with this disease or anything I want to listen to the doctors all they want to do is sit there and hopefully try to get president trump on some kind of a catch up all up there in there or it was just absolutely disgusting listen or watch number people this president is managing every aspect of our lives out this country there is a range the net press pool got manage a sidewalk lemonade stand it is just absolutely horrid what date does this man well not in this in this you're right but this is not unique press behavior in the press other other than Obama they would never do this to Obama did this is George W. bush all the time the one one member the pressure do you think it was a mistake president trump to Bob there wasn't there was a press conference of an hour and fifteen minutes with George W. bush in his first term of the every question why won't you admit you make mistakes they never ask Obama to make a mistake they never ask him to admit a mistake so with Democrat president to kind of get in the past but but it's not unique to trump and get the the the specific that you're citing trying to trip up Republican presidents is is the order of the day it's the quiet around for the drive by media and you're you're right nevertheless and what what I think irritate you isn't this is a significant episode that this country is going through this is not a debate on social security extensions or what have you this is not a this is the usual contentious policy debate is about life and death and they're still trying to trip him up and screw it up that's that's what offensive I think right yes well Russia Clinton Hugh crane could not take this man down and it's not going to take him down either he is he is going to come out of you mean to tell me you don't believe the polls that show Joe Biden shellacking trump in twenty five counties out there twenty five districts that trump needs to win I will get into by the way these these polls that's another example of how the media's just laughably hopeful here Joe Biden even beating it why do you think why do you think they're having these what I'm sorry why do you think that these orgasms over Cuomo I mean what more evidence do you need that they don't plug it in the hands of their salivating over Cuomo and by the way Cuomo does not have a prayer outside of New York the fact that they need a hospital ship in New York New York state ought to have hospitals up and running out the ones you the population of that state dictate that state is broke you've got people fleeing that state if things were in order in that state everybody wanna be stay because the pinnacle of treatment is supposedly in New York people would want to stay there fleeing the trying to get out of there hospital shortages here and there and Cuomo may be doing so well he was doing some pretty good briefings but I think even those of.

Sayers
"sayers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:32 min | 6 months ago

"sayers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Made by me on this program right away you people on hold hang on we're coming right to you I just one more thing to say about models is undeniably true and it's one things and frustrates me about them the doom Sayers always win do you realize this the doom Sayers always win in a psychological sense what do you mean rush one explain the jump plan yes if it's bad if it is as bad as they say they will say I wonder what I told you it was going to be what it doesn't do what it does is that I told you if it isn't as bad as they say if it doesn't end up being as bad as they predict they then say it's only because we warn you did do what was necessary to avoid the threat they are never wrong the doomsayers are never wrong always when they've got an answer for everything the realists like me I'm the mayor of real fell I am Mr literal this program is real the I am the mayor governor president whatever I'm an optimist I can't help it I have the optimist gene we never wind up against the dorm shares if the realist so many optimists are wrong then what are we we are caring where is our worst we are people with no compassion if we are wrong when we say it ain't gonna be that bad fogs get a grip if the realest an optimist like me are right we still endangered lives with the recklessness of our prediction and we saved only by those who knew what their data was false and scared them into acting crystal if you are able to come along and say this is a hypothetical capital H. capital why capital hypothetical if I were to say today this shutdown is not necessary I am not saying it but if I were to get a hypothetical example if I were to tell you that I don't think anything we're doing here is is drastically necessary if that turned out to be right the doom stairs would still say that I was reckless in that I. endangered lives and the lives were saved only by the doomsayers who warned everybody not to listen to the optimist and that's why modelers I don't care whether it's health models whether it's climate models economic models they always play the doom card they always play the worst case scenario card and they never lose the people who lose are those who have their livelihoods ruined because of the doomsayers but bore you contradicted don't say I don't think it's this bad I don't think a hundred thousand to one of those who were going to die who are you to dispute Dr Fauci who are you what do you well I'm a total optimist I just don't believe that's recklessly endangered so you can't say it the optimist in the realist seating the argument to the doomsayers and that's where we are here and that's what I don't like about this the doomsayers are ruling the roost right I don't know all they've got in their computer models and their media biased headlines to scare the hell out of everybody they could be right but what if they're wrong now that they never are they will get credit for having warned everybody danced the fact that the economy's been shellacked the destroyed significant by product to the saving of lives okay so the phones we go this Jefferson Wisconsin Steve I'm glad you waited your up next hello Sir Russian people to watch a few of the press briefings that they've had in the one on last night and as an American I am sold yes costed with them people they don't care learn anything that's going on with this disease or anything and I want to listen to the factors all they want to do is sit there and hopefully try to get president trump and some kind of a gotcha all up there in there or it was just absolutely disgusting listen or watch number people this president is managing every aspect of our lives of this country there is not enough brain cells in that press pool got manage a sidewalk lemonade stand it is just absolutely horrid but they do it yes ma'am well not in this in this you're right but this is not unique press behavior in the press other other than Obama they would never do this to Obama did to George W. bush all the time the one one member to pressure do you think it was a mistake president trump the blob there wasn't there was a press conference of an hour and fifteen minutes with George W. bush in his first term of the every question why won't you admit you make mistakes they never ask Obama to make a mistake they never asked him to admit a mistake so with Democrat president to kind of get in the past but but it's not unique to trump and get that that the specific that you're citing trying to trip up Republican presidents is is the order of the day it's the quiet around for the drive by media and you're you're right nevertheless and what what I think irritate you isn't this is a significant episode that this country is going through this is not a debate on social security extensions or what have you this is not a this is the usual contentious policy debate is about life and death and they're still trying to trip him up and screw it up that's that's what offensive I think right yes well Russia Clinton Hugh crane could not this man down and it's not going to take him down either he is a he's gonna come out of those you mean to tell me you don't believe the polls that show Joe Biden shellacking trump in twenty five counties out there twenty five districts that trump needs to win J. O. I will get into it by the way these these polls that's another example of how the media is just laughably hopeful here Joe Biden even beating it why do you think why do you think they're having these what I'm sorry why do you think there is orgasms over Cuomo I mean what more evidence do you need that they don't plug in the answer that they're salivating over Cuomo and by the way Cuomo does not have a prayer outside of New York the fact that they need a hospital ship in New York New York state ought to have hospitals up and running out the ones you the population of that state dictate that state is broke you've got people fleeing that state if things were in order in that state everybody wanna be stay because the pinnacle of treatment is supposedly in New York people would want to stay there fleeing the trying to get out of there hospital shortages here and there and Cuomo maybe doing this while he was doing some pretty good briefings but I think even those.

Sayers
"sayers" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:30 min | 6 months ago

"sayers" Discussed on 600 WREC

"This program right away you people on hold hang on we're coming right to you I just one more thing to say about models is undeniably true and it's one things and frustrates me about them the doom Sayers always win do you realize this the doom Sayers always win in a psychological sense what do you mean rush what explain the jump plan yes if it's bad if it is as bad as they say they will say I wonder what I told you it was going to be what it doesn't do what it does is that I told you if it isn't as bad as they say if it doesn't end up being as bad as they predict they then say it's only because we warn you did do what was necessary to avoid the threat they are never wrong the doomsayers are never wrong always when they've got an answer for everything the realists like me I'm the mayor of real Val I am Mr literal this program is real the I am the mayor governor president whatever I'm an optimist I can't help it I have the optimist gene we never win up against the door shares if the realist so many optimists are wrong then what are we we are caring where is our worst we are people with no compassion if we are wrong when we say it ain't gonna be that bad fogs get a grip if the realest an optimist like me are right we still endangered lives with the recklessness of our prediction and we're saved only by those who knew what their data was false and scared them into acting crystal if if I were to come along and say this is a hypothetical capital H. capital why capital hypothetical if I were to say today this shutdown is not necessary I am not saying it but if I were to get a hypothetical example if I were to tell you that I don't think anything we're doing here is is drastically necessary if that turned out to be right the doom stairs would still say that I was reckless in that I. endangered lives and the lives were saved only by the doomsayers who warned everybody not to listen to the optimist and that's why modelers I don't care whether it's health models whether it's climate models economic models they always play the doom card they always play the worst case scenario card and they never lose the people who lose are those who have their livelihoods ruined because of the doomsayers but bore you contradicted don't say I don't think it's this bad I don't think a hundred thousand to one of those who were going to die who are you to dispute Dr Fauci who are you what do you what a total optimist I just don't believe that's recklessly endangered so you can't say it the optimist I'm a realist seating the argument to the doomsayers and that's where we are here and that's what I don't like about this the shares are ruling the roost right I don't know all they've got in their computer models and their media biased headlines to scare the hell out of everybody they could be right but what if they're wrong now that they never are they will get credit for having warned everybody danced the fact that the economy's been shellacked the destroyed significant by product to the saving of lives okay so the phones we go this Jefferson Wisconsin Steve I'm glad you waited your up next hello Sir Russian naval to watch a few of the press briefings that happen one time last night and as an American I am sold yes costed with them people here learn anything that's going on with this disease or anything and I want to listen to the factors all they want to do is sit there and hopefully try to get president trump and some kind of a gotcha all up there in there or it was just absolutely disgusting listen or watch number people this president is managing every aspect of our lives of this country there is not enough brain cells in that press pool got manage a sidewalk lemonade stand it is just absolutely horrid but they do it yes ma'am well not in this in this you're right but this is not unique press behavior in the press other other than Obama they would never do this to Obama did to George W. bush all the time the one one member the pressure do you think it was a mistake president trump the blob there wasn't there was a press conference of an hour and fifteen minutes with George W. bush in his first term of the every question why won't you admit you make mistakes they never ask Obama to make a mistake that interesting to admit a mistake so with Democrat president to kind of get in the past but but it's not unique to trump and get that that the specific that you're citing trying to trip up Republican presidents is is the order of the day it's the coins around for the drive by media and you're you're right nevertheless and what what I think irritate you isn't this is a significant episode that this country is going through this is not a debate on social security extensions or what have you this is not a this is the usual contentious policy debate is about life and death and they're still trying to trip him up and screw it up that's that's what offensive I think right yes well Russia Clinton Hugh crane could not take this man down and it's not going to take him down either he is a he's gonna come out of there you mean to tell me you don't believe the polls that show Joe Biden shellacking trump in twenty five counties out there twenty five districts that trump needs to win Joel I will get into it by the way these these polls that's another example of how the media's just laughably hopeful here Joe Biden even beating it why do you think why do you think they're having these what I'm sorry why do you think that these orgasms over Cuomo I mean what more evidence do you need that they don't plug in the answer that they're salivating over Cuomo and by the way Cuomo does not have a prayer outside of New York the fact that they need a hospital ship in New York New York state ought to have hospitals up and running out the ones you the population of that state dictate that state is broke you've got people fleeing that state if things were in order in that state everybody wanna be stay because the pinnacle of treatment is supposedly in New York people would want to stay there fleeing the trying to get out of there hospital shortages here and there and Cuomo may be doing so well he was doing some pretty good briefings but I think even those.

Sayers
"sayers" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:30 min | 6 months ago

"sayers" Discussed on KTOK

"On this program right away you people on hold hang on we're coming right to you I just one more thing to say about models is undeniably true and it's one things and frustrates me about them the doom Sayers always win do you realize this the doom Sayers always win in a psychological sense what do you mean rush what explain a jump when you're asked if it's bad if it is as bad as they say they will say I wonder what I told you it was going to be what it doesn't do what it does is that I told you if it isn't as bad as they say if it doesn't end up being as bad as they predict they then say it's only because we warn you did do what was necessary to avoid the threat they are never wrong the doomsayers are never wrong they always when they've got an answer for everything the realists like me I'm the mayor of real fell I am Mr literal this program is real the I am the mayor governor president whatever I'm an optimist I can't help it I have the optimist gene we never win up against the dorm shares if the realist so many optimists are wrong then what are we we are caring where is our worst we are people with no compassion if we are wrong when we say it ain't gonna be that bad fogs get a grip if the realist an optimist like me are right we still endangered lives with the recklessness of our prediction and we're saved only by those who know what they're doing it was false and scared them into acting crystal if you are able to come along and say this is a hypothetical capital H. capital why capital hypothetical if I were to say today this shutdown is not necessary I am not saying it but if I were to get a hypothetical example if I were to tell you that I don't think anything we're doing here is is drastically necessary if that turned out to be right the doom stairs would still say that I was a reckless and then I endangered lives and the lives were saved only by the doomsayers who warned everybody not to listen to the optimists and that's why modelers I don't care whether it's health models whether it's climate models economic models they always play the doom card they always play the worst case scenario card and they never lose the people who lose are those who have their livelihoods ruined because of the doomsayers but bore you contradicted don't say I don't think it's this bad I don't think a hundred thousand to one of those who were going to die who are you to dispute Dr Fauci who are you what do you what a total optimist I just don't believe that's recklessly endangered so you can't say it the optimist in the realist has to shut up seating the argument to the doomsayers and that's where we are here and that's what I don't like about this the shares are ruling the roost right they don't know all they've got in their computer models and their media biased headlines to scare the hell out of everybody they could be right but what if they're wrong now that they never are they will get credit for having warned everybody danced the fact that the economy's been shellacked the destroyed significant by product to the saving of lives okay to the phones we go this Jefferson Wisconsin Steve I'm glad you waited your up next hello Sir Russia been able to watch a few of the press briefings that they've had in the one on last night and as an American I am so what does constant with them people they don't care learn anything that's going on with this disease or anything I want to listen to the doctors all they want to do is sit there and hopefully try to get president trump and some kind of a catch up all up there in there or it was just absolutely disgusting listen or watch number people this president is managing every aspect of our lives of this country there is not enough brain cells in that press pool to manage a sidewalk lemonade stand it is just absolutely horrid what date does this man well not in this in this you're right but this is not unique press behavior in the press other other than Obama they would never do this to Obama did this is George W. bush all the time the one one member to pressure do you think it was a mistake president trump the blob there wasn't there was a press conference of an hour and fifteen minutes with George W. bush in his first term of the every question why won't you admit you make mistakes they never ask Obama to make a mistake they never ask him to admit a mistake so with Democrat president to kind of get in the past but but it's not unique to trump and get that that the specific that you're citing trying to trip up Republican presidents is is the order of the day it's the quiet around for the drive by media and you're you're right nevertheless and what what I think irritate you is that this is a significant episode that this country is going through this is not a debate on social security extensions or what have you this is not a this is the usual contentious policy debate is about life and death and they're still trying to trip him up and screw him up that's that's what offends you I think right yes well Russia Clinton Hugh crane could not take this man down and it's not going to take him down either he is he's going to come out of this you mean to tell me you don't believe the polls that show Joe Biden shellacking trump in twenty five counties out there twenty five districts that trump needs to win Joe I will get into it by the way these these polls that's another example of how the media's just laughably hopeful here Joe Biden even beating it why do you think why do you think they're having these what I'm sorry why do you think that these orgasms over Cuomo I mean what more evidence do you need that they don't plug it in the hands of their salivating over Cuomo and by the way Cuomo does not have a prayer outside of New York the fact that they need a hospital ship in New York New York state ought to have hospitals up and running out the ones you the population of that state dictate that state is broke you've got people fleeing that state if things were in order in that state everybody wanna be stay because the pinnacle of treatment is supposedly in New York people would want to stay there fleeing the trying to get out of there hospital shortages here and there and that that Cuomo may be doing so well he was doing some pretty good briefings but.

Sayers
"sayers" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:31 min | 6 months ago

"sayers" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Made by me on this program right away you people on hold hang on we're coming right to you I just one more thing to say about models is undeniably true and it's one things and frustrates me about them the doom Sayers always win do you realize this the doom Sayers always win in a psychological sense what do you mean rush one explain the jump plan yes if it's bad if it is as bad as they say they will say I wonder what I told you it was going to be a hundred thousand Jordan doesn't that I told you if it isn't as bad as they say if it doesn't end up being as bad as they predict they then say it's only because we warn you did do what was necessary to avoid the threat they are never wrong the doomsayers are never wrong always when they've got an answer for everything the realists like me I'm the mayor of real fell I am Mr literal this program is real the I am the mayor governor president whatever I'm an optimist I can't help but I have the optimist gene we never win up against the dorm shares if the realists so many optimists are wrong then what are we we are carrying where is our worst we are people with no compassion if we are wrong when we say it ain't gonna be that bad fogs get a grip if the realist an optimist like me are right we still endangered lives with the recklessness of our prediction can we save the only those who knew their data was false and scared them into acting crystal if if I were to come along and say this is a hypothetical capital H. capital why capital hypothetical if I were to say today this shutdown is not necessary I am not saying it but if I were to get a hypothetical example if I were to tell you that I don't think anything we're doing here is is drastically necessary if that turned out to be right the new stairs would still say that I was a reckless and endangered the lives and the lives were saved only by the doomsayers who warned everybody not to listen to the optimists and that's why modelers I don't care whether it's health models whether it's climate models economic models they always play the doom card they always play the worst case scenario card and they never lose the people who lose are those who have their livelihood to rule and because of the doomsayers but bore you contradicted don't say I don't think it's this bad I don't think a hundred thousand to one of those who were going to die who are you to dispute Dr Fauci who are you what do you what a total optimist I just don't believe that's recklessly endangered so you can't say it the optimist in the realist has to shut up seeding the argument to the doomsayers and that's where we are here and that's what I don't like about this the shares are ruling the roost right they don't know all they've got other computer models and their media biased headlines to scare the hell out of everybody they could be right but what if they're wrong well that's they never are able get credit for having warned everybody danced the fact that the economy's been shellacked the destroyed significant by product to the saving of lives okay to the phones we go this Jefferson Wisconsin Steve I'm glad you waited your up next hello Sir been able to watch a few of the press briefings that they've had in a long time last night and as an American I am soldiers stood with them all they don't care learn anything that's going on with this disease or anything and I want to listen to the doctors all they want to do is sit there and hopefully try to get president trump and some kind of a job all up there in there or it was just absolutely disgusting listening or watching them okay this president is managing every aspect of our lives of this country there is not enough brain cells in that press pool to manage a sidewalk lemonade stand it is just absolutely horrid but they do it yes ma'am well not in this in this you're right but this is not unique press behavior in the press other other than Obama they would never do this to about a dozen George W. bush all the time the one one member the pressure do you think it was a mistake president trump to Bob there wasn't there was a press conference of an hour and fifteen minutes with George W. bush in his first term of the for every question why won't you admit you make mistakes they never ask Obama to make a mistake that interesting to admit a mistake so with Democrat presidents and kind of get in the past but then it's not unique to trump and get the the the specific that you're citing trying to trip up Republican presidents is is the order of the day it's the cord around for the drive by media and you're you're right nevertheless make and what what I think irritate you isn't this is a significant episode that this country is going through this is not a debate on social security extensions or what have you this is not it this is the usual contentious policy debate is about life and death and they're still trying to trip him up and screw it up that's that's what offensive I think right yes well Russia Clinton Hugh crane could not take this man down and who is not going to take him down either eat is he he is going to come out of this you mean to tell me you don't believe the polls that show Joe Biden shellacking trump in twenty five counties out there twenty five districts that trump needs to win J. O. I will get into by the way these these polls that's another example of how the media is just laughably hopeful here Joe Biden in beating it why do you think why do you think they're having these what I'm sorry why do you think that these orgasms over Cuomo I mean what more evidence do you need that they don't plug in the answer that they're salivating over and by the way formal does not have a prayer outside of New York the fact that they need a hospital ship in New York New York state ought to have hospitals up and running out the ones you the population of that state dictate that state is broke you've got people fleeing that state if things were in order in that state everybody wanna be stay because the pinnacle of treatment is supposedly in New York people would want to stay there fleeing the trying to get out of there house bill shortages here and there and that that call maybe doing this while he was doing some pretty good briefings but I think.

Sayers
"sayers" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:15 min | 6 months ago

"sayers" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"You for those who are the nay Sayers and her who were hearing that say the flu kills so many more well you're right it has but again this is just ramping up and it's in its infancy and that is what they are trying to prevent and if you know it's like we we can say until we're blue in the face but this is going to use the keep on going until it flattens out and they say that all these measures about the shutdowns and course the jobs that are being affected they were talking about because of it all of these measures weeks away from finding out how much it's going to flatten all of them so yeah those numbers are small but they're telling because I mean if you did this on a graph and just looked at that it's it's just eye popping how fast it's just gone we can go where there were nine new cases anything over to pick it up and I haven't heard sixty two so who's not a job that's been affected or has a loved one one eight hundred two eight three one one point five Frank in New Brunswick here on New Jersey one one point five well gentleman I've spoken to you guys many times than not a fact I think I live around when when you guys grew up in colonia I thank you for opening yeah Robert I believe me yep thanks okay all right so anyway I work for small vending company and we have juke boxes and stuff like that and guess what different bars and restaurants yeah I'm I'm I'm going I'll mail you collecting whatever money I can I don't own the company I work for me right now but I got a feeling I'm gonna be out of work okay the other thing is there's a couple things I want to talk to you about the other thing is I want a beer line cleaning business with little side business that I own myself and so guess what I will be able to do that either yeah because otherwise they would right right yeah right away I mean it's like and the other thing is the only closing all the schools and everything well both my daughters work for kindred Karen Clark yesterday took oath they took voluntary layoff because they're not closing the day care centers but if I make this that makes sense to you it makes sense to me there are these little kids worth less than you know I mean it's like come on so I know exactly bringing kids in all I know exactly what you mean and and and I could I could tell you what we've been hearing about that is that this was discussed and so far anyway rejected because of how much more that's going to impact an economy which is already being so greatly impact as far and also the essential people who do still have to go to work still the day cares nothing I read right exactly I know but when I saw but if all right so this person now I have two daughters that didn't want to be there anymore and it was causing a lot of anxiety right and and I I understand this and I you know I don't blame them I don't blame it's tough all right well Frank best of luck to you I see both sides of that I don't have a good answer I don't know what I would do I don't know what I would do if I were Murphy about that because in this race is not wrong if if if you call if you order closed all the day care the my god I mean this is so bad already and it's just going to be even more of an accurate economic nightmare but is it's is it helping spread this now it's true that young children seem to not pick this up nearly as often in fact we have the first pediatric case again but it was only one five euro right now okay now with the numbers coming out today maybe that's going to change I haven't seen all those I'm talking about as of yesterday or last night but was only the first pediatric case so they don't young children don't tend to get this and when they do it tends to be pretty mild but they carry mmhm and then that could be the danger and a lot of a lot of workers in these daycare centers are worried for their own health so I don't know what the answer is I so whose job has been affected by all of it Vincent in Ewing you're on New Jersey one one point five Hey guys how you doing hi Vincent all right yeah I just I work for a black car company and we've been completely like this trash down the drain I mean just no business at all so it's it's been really bad yesterday was the first day I worked in over four days and we only had a for New York in New Jersey what he writes books and normally we get between two hundred to three hundred a day Wall okay that puts it in perspective yeah well it's it's it's been really hard on us but I have my back up then I'm doing a longer and let the door dash the whole nine yards to try to make something better than nothing so right the natural you're worried do you have a family to support tourism just or is this just you I have two two kids I'm sorry yeah when you say you do uber's new breeds are just regular overdrive I do both overruled restored **** left is anybody using a lower for anything other than food right now yeah yeah can I do the Princeton area I go I've been up to New Brunswick and Trenton area and and they're still writes people still going out it's just sometimes at night time what the door dash those restaurants are closing up earlier than normal right so we're still getting a lot of orders and stuff like that so you know what I did it again you know what I never knew I didn't know that you could work for both uber and lift at the same time I figured they would have said you're working for uber not to work for list yeah you could do it you could put on both apps you know at the same time it's kind of annoying because when you get a paying for one of them you have to close the other one out that we don't get any more paying so it's kind of annoying but you get used to it because it constantly I learned something yeah hi Hey Vince and good luck your call I just figure they have some sort of rule about exclusivity yeah exactly in an old Bridger on New Jersey one one point five hello Marianna Merion Marianne in old bridge I got to tell guests know Marianna Merion try hard phone Keansburg you're on New Jersey one one point five Hey guys all right would you say all right the problem is my my wife got laid off and she was told just got on a plane or go get unemployment and guess what unemployment shut down many Christmas the system crashed yeah what would you say shut down G. are you talk about the about the system white craft that they have for or you can you can't you can't call you can't get online with him they're down yeah I shut down closed I don't know if that's intentional and I believe that he has my full year volume of people trying to get hold of them right right right I don't I don't think it's that the whole agency technically closed down but there are but but it's got its difficulties this week so I guess you did nothing to do but keep on tryin Harper all right who.

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Interview With Email Marketing Expert Allan Ngo

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

08:22 min | 7 months ago

Interview With Email Marketing Expert Allan Ngo

"Welcome to the shot. A thank you for having me count. It's an honor. Do quickview. Now look to ask you. How do you know that about a mile right so yeah? It's not the sexy topic. I know whenever they care in their country in the Philippines. Like when they're there are workshops. It's always about social media so on and so forth instagram. Thraw yet so whenever when I got on the top before and I was introduced. People told me like after the ones speaking before me was talking about social media and when he introduced me he told me he felt everyone that we're going back in time and talk about Ebay Dry. Hit you check out like orbs in other use Sites business sites still stayed at email is one of the best if not you best Converting that forms for sales. So it's not be something that's often discussed. Whenever I get the chance to talk about it so I go into like opens deliverability storytelling. So that's where that's where I like the two point conversation too and yeah. That's how I knew about it and let me ask you. How did you get into you'll spice to ask my experts that interview you and ahead of they get to wait? I oxidise Just a couple minutes. Let's let's see the Allen Story. Sure sure so. I definitely did grow up panic do this because I grew up before the Internet landlines and everything payphones so now. Nobody calls each other. It's all to be a messenger. So it's definitely by accident in a nutshell. I basically had like a quarter life crisis. So I kind of had failed franchise business before I was burnt out by my corporate job so I was kind of a leader. Both as an employee an awesome entrepreneurs. Though I didn't know where to to go there was a time when I got stressed out. Applied for a scholarship and never got accepted scholarship before and I think fade. I got in and after a year kind of like discovering myself. I came by as unemployed. Basically I was unemployed when they came back and I was looking for jobs on the Internet and eventually online. Most of the time Type into magic words like make money on law is That's where I got into. Owed s before it now. It's upper so I got my start in freelancing and since we do have a family business after that project ended it. I kind of got the idea. Well it's true that I can earn online so while working at our family business I was dabbling online started blogging in eventually doing everything blogging. Social Media Marketing. But I noticed that email marketing really rare. I got the most sales or the least work so I got my start with affiliate marketing. I want some competition in marketing. People got interested how I won because I didn't have any social media following at all. So that's been people were asking me how I did it. And that's how he started teaching email marketing and doing it for scientists. Yeah that's great. Thank you very much for that. Allan now you made a very good point when I asked you about noting at about emails and that was you know people. I don't know if it's the right would or the right phrase but people looking at email is the second cousin polle cousin of social media and when it comes to marketing and you made the very important and quite true distinction that statistically based on Research Dada that it's still closing mole siles than social media. Would you say that? That's even the case tonight with things like in a facebook chat in you know in automation and things like that saying to be more You know bells and whistles and more attractive for the entrepreneurs to flight with. Yeah so far from what I've seen that it's still like one of the best ways to convert. I think a lot of it at the end of the day. It's about what we do online. It's basically mitigating what how do sales off line. It's all about trust connection in. We are just using these platforms through kind of grow that exponentially expand our each so. I wouldn't say that perhaps a fifth years that's still the case but I think being opened my even if I do emails open minded as well as other platforms because if you have your purpose of what why you're doing your business than you will find attack firms that will deliver that message and I think in my case for emails. It's still like very personal. Like in my talks. I would say that I would ask. People like survey them. They who here has facebook instagram to her. Then different peoples different people raise their hands but I would tell them like everyone. Even whatever platform you're on there's one thing in common is just your email address so it's kind of your digital DNA. I it's almost like a digital fingerprint. Isn't it right exactly exactly so if you ignore email it's like you're ignoring basically everyone else site other than those in your platform so for me. It's like building on your own land in business I gets. You always want to act as your own property as much as possible because if you're ending your dog raise the prices in your business. Anti-business is address. Which is kind of like? If you build your entire business on social you're basically renting on Mark Zuckerberg's property which is which is fraught with Dina. Isn't that right? Exactly exactly so emas kind of like in many ways. You're safe zone right. It's actually obeyed. Safeway to do Your Business and again moved tat forums that firms come and go but email has been here. I would offend kid. That like tick tock would be like the cool kid and email would be like the awkward uncle who tells jokes hit the button. He is still like the reliable. Always there and it's I think what I like about email so it's like it allows for an intimate conversation because there's no notification coming in while you're reading so I think that's where the connection happens in. That's where be go. Get a few seconds of peace reading your message and getting connected so I painted. That's appeal of email and and you do email marketing quite differently though. Alan marketing in his email marketing. You actually have a storytelling element. You quite uniquely. So can you share a little bit more about storytelling right? So basically when you think of like the movie industry like Hollywood. It's entirely just based on starring dining because man every commend. You don't necessarily get anything out of it outside of the enjoyment of Of the story and I even watch this video recently about people on their APPs and they would purchase that purchase For example they have a tool like a knife and they would just purchase. Thank a Brad. Maybe add supreme on their virtual night. 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"sayers" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

14:35 min | 1 year ago

"sayers" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"He has been chewing audibly into my rolling it once and it was who brought the coffee kickin it wasn't me it was Ri- right really good coffee exact producer kids say who goes to a Christian school always home school he goes to a church but their cell find them in the bedroom a half right now And I think I think those are just lastly I think the fact that those almost a feeling across the West that those protections that the church had in culture when I mentioned that on that on the pasta that there'd be this reaction in the shot in America when there wasn't a reaction at times but I think like you guys have have sort of up to where we're at and perhaps even in more intense white things in it happened very quickly and and I think what happened is the nine seventy s there was an intensification of the American left and rice which is taken the American left and Ron said it's taken a more radical fall and that's oust onto something and particularly politics the reaction to Christianity and some of the political choices that American evangelicalism came home to roost a very powerful way that is felt even when you're on the street Joel Interacting online with people yeah you know it's interesting because when you talk about that guess the which feels like just pass story right now it feels so pressing like so firmly entrenched in so that's one of the questions I had for you is how does Christian witness flourish whenever one is convinced or an autonomous silo like how do you even get the conversation going when everybody is been really like inculturated cla mated to this idea of the autonomy the radically autonomous self because it seems like regardless of political ideology it seems like it is that middle has fallen out there are as many opportunities and there are as many kinds of distinctions as their ourselves and people where do you start when it seems like everybody is an island unto themselves and how can the Church's witness be uniquely captivating and persuasive in the midst of that kind of autonomy I think this is one of the points of opportunity that I'm trying to point out to people in this book if you look at the West there's a series intensification of individuals are the about my grandfather who grew up in a working class neighborhood he he wasn't a believer but he was part of a trade union he you know the people in these neighborhoods and say as that first wave of individuals those still individualism he wasn't connected to a fight but you had these loose associations which gave you a sense of social cohesion and an embedded nece then you push that forward that just about this slowly ever way now I reckon a lot of my ministry was in a time of of individualism but it was like the the fullest acted that individualism hasn't hit home after my grandfather you saw this intensification sixties and then you know even from the ninety s to the early two thousands there was a sense of like hey I can do what I want the world had these very optimistic tone particularly from the fall of the Berlin Wall instead of the expected to get hit with nine eleven and then declare financial crosses but there was this period. The world's I've always thought we can just travel the Internet's going to connect to the Internet is going to provide this social lattice that will give a sense of me it's still preserved individual tournament but I think what's happened in the last three years is the full intensification particularly in the adventure you know so much the second active the of the I find and the second active social media is you're saying a social isolation of any increase intensification that is now hurting all across the West on the city of Hamburg in Germany like fifty cent now people leaving one person a Lotta Scandinavia that that's trending up in in the downtown of the Mary Mary many of America's most influential cities the single person households is becoming normative and you know this has never happened before this is only happened before in history when it's been Moore's and a lot of people being killed and you're seeing just just in the last few years they rise in mental health the rising isolation.

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3 Strategies to Start Finishing What Matters Most with Charlie Gilkey

Entrepreneur on FIRE

13:17 min | 1 year ago

3 Strategies to Start Finishing What Matters Most with Charlie Gilkey

"Charlie say what's up to fire nation and share something interesting about yourself. Most people don't know what's up fire nation. What most people don't know is that over the last three months? I've lost twenty five pounds man. I get after it a AH packed on some extra weight over the years and then a book will make you added some additional weight so I was like you know I gotTa take seriously so I got after it. What would you say is the biggest against reason that you lost the weight Diet Bar none? I went on a pretty strange Paleo Diet which is really good for my body but the thing is rose like you can't can't out train a bad diet you just can't and so I was like no matter what I do I gotta fix that and I'd layered on some hired a personal trainer but barnum and the Diet can't train a bad diets and other way to put this is you can't out exercise your mouth fire nation truth straight truth man. Dan and that's brilliant virtual trainers so key fire nation. I mean I've had jeff work and me out four days a week for years now and yes. He's on video want zoom but man. He's still yells at me. He's still gets my form inaction. He still make sure that I am pushing it to the limits. That accountability is absolutely key and guess is what Fire Nation Accountability also helps you finish what matters most and that's we're talking about today the three strategies to start finishing what matters most so oh I m brought Charlie on the Mike because he's obviously got his book start finishing on the shelves right now so let's just dive into why don't people work on ideas and projects that most light them up Charlie. You know that's really interesting and it's counterintuitive because the more that something matters to you the more you'll thrash witted like no one has an existential crisis overtaken the garbage out or doing the dishes like we don't get really worked up in knots about that but when it really matters that book you want to write that business you WanNa start that relationship that you want to take further. All those things are things that actually make it harder to do the thing that most fire you up am mm-hmm. Unfortunately I think our wiring is the opposite. We think that if it lights us up we will want to do it more in in some ways that's true but when it comes time to actually take those steps steps we don't do it and so I think starting with that is is one place it's helpful a lot of people and the other thing about it is as soon soon as you start doing that work the thrashing that I just mentioned which is that middle flailing that sorta you're working around the project but not really pushing it forward word like that rocking chair that does a lot of motion Denver gets anywhere. That's thrashing when you do that. It's really one of those things where many people again again take that as a sign as they're working on the wrong thing. They see those challenges at sea that emotional sort of process and flailing are going through something wrong but that's just part of the process process and so you know anything that's really worked doing is one. We're doing bad in the beginning but it's also worth going through those hard parts. I love that visual will fire nation think about. Are you a rocking chair a lot of motion but not getting anywhere. You're just there rocking back and forth like yes. There's things that are happening. Motions happen your quote unquote busy but are you producing the right content. Are you actually getting somewhere. Are you actually working on the ideas and the projects that fire you up now. Prioritizing projects is something that's a lot of people struggle with and then you know once they prioritize them Castilla matter take the next step actually getting them done so. How can we first off get better prioritizing and secondly actually get those things done the first thing to think about it? The more priorities you have the less weighty each priority is and so if you have too many priorities you actually have none and so the first thing did you do when you prioritize and I think this sounds obvious John but so many people start with a list of seventeen different priorities and then try to figure it out what really getting clear that you know usually there are three to five things really matter the most and focus on those in go through that process where you have to understand that your reach will always exceed your grasp. You'll never be able to do all the things you think you might want to do and that's just part of being human but when you accept that you can get down to. Do you know that three to five I call it the five projects John and it's really a much more nerdy way of thinking so the longer version is no more than five active projects projects at any given time perspective so let me unpack that just a little bit no more than five active products active projects are the ones that you're actually pushing for your work. They're on your virtual or physical desktop. You're touching them on a daily basis pertemps perspective It gets easier when you think you know I've got five no more than five five weeks size projects that can push for this week and people are like There's no way that I can do that but we really look down to what people actually get done unless you John Lee Dumas. You're not doing more than three to five anyways like when you really look at the end of the week of things that matter most you might push five significant projects forward at at that time slice and if we zoom up to the monthly perspective of the same sort of thing we just look at how those products are contained how those weekly sized products containing them onsite products and so on and once you get better at that and choosing from the beginning like at the end of the week. These are the five thing the five projects that I want to have made significant ignificant progress on it's easier because it lets you filter out everything that doesn't matter and so you put the work at the beginning rather than putting the work. Every we damn day where you're trying to figure out what am I going to do today or you know at the end of the what should have done like you just make that those tougher costs the beginning and actually once you give yourself self that space to do it makes pushing those projects to done a lot better known applause here because what I like people to think about as momentum mental here if you finish three significant strategic worthy product our projects a week and you do that every week you Iraq up so many more wins than what most people will achieve most months anyways so people tend to look at like wildfire projects this week. That doesn't get me very far. It's not the week it's stacking those bricks week after week in seeing those results and that's how you're going to one beat yourself but you'll also start laughing other people who are still flailing and trying to figure out which of the seventeenth things that they think our priorities are actually going to fire nation. Let's talk about this second. If you're prioritizing everything or for seventeen things or twenty four things you're prioritizing nothing. Three to five is the Max and Charlie as you said no more than five have active projects at any given time or on the exact same page when I created the mastery journal for Focus sessions that's all I give you any given day if if you follow the process of the mastery journal about being productive disciplined and focused four focus actions and if you are taking those four focused sessions in your diving in two for specific tasks that you want to get done and sometimes you're gonNA use two or three of those focuses for just one task because it's the compound compound effect of actually completing projects you know that person that has seventy four tabs open on their desktop. Guess what they're completing anything on those tabs but if you just have one two three four five tabs open in your goal is to just get that done today you're going to win. The compound affects affects GonNa work. One percent better the slight edge. It's all real fire nation. So what should we do when others don't believe in our projects or ideas just like we have these ideas. We're going to keep it to three to five. We're listening to John and Charlie but everybody else is just like now. That's just that's not gonNA work brow that. She's not GonNa Happen Arpan. What do we do them well? I think you WANNA look at those people who don't believe in an into two different camps right so what are the naysayers and the naysayers are those people who are mostly what you you just said. Their gender like NAS NOT GONNA work. You don't have what it takes. You're not ready so and so forth now the thing about a true naysayer is much like you know what Taylor swift upset about haters haters gonNA hate. They're just going to do that. They're invested in that in different ways. You're not ever going to convince them or switch them. That like what you're doing is important Horton so stop destroyed limit contact. Don't talk about the project do your thing put some points on the board and if they really needed to see some points on the board to believe in you then they will but if they are going to be haters they're going to look at your point to not carry anyways your fundamentally focusing on the wrong thing so doesn't nice airs dealers are different Bro because has developers. Are those a well meaning people that once you talk to them they want to have that sort of quote unquote helpful suggestion or they want to do something thing. That makes you feel worse like every time you talk to derail her with your project. You feel worse and the hard thing is sometimes the people you love the most and the people you're close to be derailed so dealers. It's not the complete avoidance that I just mentioned naysayers. It's actually figuring out strategically how aware you're going to engage with them so that you actually can at least not have this negative for such a pushing against everyday because your project if it really matters to you it's GonNa be hard enough on on song and then you have just the general pressures of life like you don't need to add this additional sort of weight of naysayers in derails on top of it but they're different and I think too many people try to long to convince naysayers to get on their side and fundamentally don't and then and they spend too much time caught up in derailing but I really want people to focus on our your. Ac these are those people John who once you start talking about they believe in you they have have your back is there's like when you talk about like of course you should do that. I've been waiting on you to do that right. You want to focus on those naysayers and edgy start building. I don't know how much time we have air bet. There's four types of people that I like people to put in their orbit round projects in their work yeah. Let's do it good so they're guides. which are people people who have walked the road a little bit longer than you are there? You're Yoda as it were. They're not gonNA work on the project with you but they're going to be over there saying cryptic things like use the force or you know be yourself to never make sense in the moment but you understand it later. So those are your guides. The second are your peers and these are the people that are sort of at your shoulder shoulder shelter with you. Pushing you you forward these might be your mastermind buddies or coaches those friends and people in your orbit that really liked you up but they're still not in the project. Third is the supporters which of the people in the project working with you pushing it now what I didn't mention earlier as a project doesn't necessarily have to be like work focused in my definition of project is anything anything that takes time energy and attention to complete which means all those life projects that you're not getting to one of the reasons you're not getting to them is because they're still ideas. Yes we don't do ideas we do projects and because you probably attached more weight on work projects than life projects right and so I thought that thin- because when you think about who's in your support it could be your partner. It could be the neighbor kids who watch your kids in animals so you can focus during those focus blocks we just talked about and get some mm stuff done okay and then the fourth per the fourth kind of person in here and this is super critical John. Are you beneficiaries who will be better off when you finish your project. Why how will their world be better? What will they be able to do because you can play that project and what's super important about your beneficiaries is one whenever ever you get stuck? You have a real person you can reach out to and say hey. I'm need some guidance here. I'm wondering about some things off of you is what I'm doing working and you get that real oh feedback as opposed to some random advertiser out there. Some you know forty five year old soccer mom in Indiana who you can't reach out to that. That's not very useful but the second thing is it makes it really real that there's that particular person that you know that if you don't do your work their life is worse off right. When you WanNa quit you think man what about John What about Sally? What about Henry like if I don't do this work? They're not better off in sometimes sometimes John. That's just the additional fuel that you need to to get out of whatever head trash. You've got going on to get out of whatever you know stuff. That's got you stuck stuck you so you know what like there there. I'm here to take care of them. I'm here to create this thing for them and I'm not gonna go even if I'm able to like give about myself. I'm not giving up on them and I'm GonNa see this through fire nation a lot to to and pack here but I'm just going to burn through its haters GonNa. Hey Hey hey hey hate focus on the yea-sayers I love that phrase focus on the mayors and what were those four guides peers supporters orders beneficiaries and

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"sayers" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"sayers" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"A time. welcome back to the del once the radio show I'm your host mycare sin in on this Labor Day we're discussing Labor Day and the overworked American employee. one of my all time favorite quotes is the following on the plains of hesitation while the blackened bones of countless millions who at the dawn of victory sat down and rested and while resting died I'm not sure really he was the first to quote that if you if you search an online you'll see fifteen or twenty people that claim to have been the originator of that quote but it's a great quote I love that quote for so many reasons as I go through the life it applies to different areas of my life and and I can apply it and I can see it and I can use it in its its motivational to me but it's really it's all about perseverance right persevering fighting through it and sensually several meetings which can be taken from those words in just the first line on the plains of hesitation the very first lines that's all about people who deep in the back of their mind they know there's a better way they know there's a different way but they won't admit it to themselves for whatever reason either they're too proud or they don't want to change and a lot of these people or the scarcity mentality folks right the ones that are all about a finite amount of of anything in the world whether it's it's money or romance or or what have you the scarcity mentality people the nay Sayers the ones that always have an excuse the victims the type B. paralysis by analysis crowd so on the plains of hesitation it starts right there and it speaks to me about never giving up okay this is the at the dawn of victory portion of the quote okay at the dawn of victory what do they do when they sat down and they rested do not sit down my friend do not rest persevere when you know you're on the right path and how about the part that's the black in the bones of countless millions what is that what does that say. that speaks to me about millions of other people that did give up or they never tried or worse they never found a better way they were just sheep and they were going along with the flock right why am I walk in this direction I don't know everybody else's okay that's the conventional wisdom crowd that's the people that are stuck in the good life crowd or the okay wife crowd because what gets in the way of a great life a good life or even worse what gets in the way of a good life and okay life.

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Chipotle to retrain all workers on food safety after hundreds fall ill in Ohio

News, Traffic and Weather

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Chipotle to retrain all workers on food safety after hundreds fall ill in Ohio

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Komo, Professor Pierce and Joel Moreno discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Komo, Professor Pierce and Joel Moreno discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

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18 fires are burning in California, ash raining down in Washington

Chip Franklin

00:59 min | 2 years ago

18 fires are burning in California, ash raining down in Washington

"Distressful lobster lot By the way we're living thousands of evacuees waiting and watching as the biggest wildfire in California history burns about one hundred miles north. Of San Francisco there are eighteen large active wildfires in that state. In central Washington ash is raining from the sky across Winthrop as to wildfires burned south of the metal valley Fausto for lives in, Winthrop and says she saw a. Giant Plymouth smoke last night was like a little mini mount Saint Helen's almost it was gray and got bigger and bigger, and, bigger like wow something really blew. Up back there the family of a hiker missing for a week in the north cascades. Is holding out hope, she'll. Be, found okay Samantha sayers future. Brother in law, Michael dare says she's. Tough and fit people survived up the twenty eight days. In the woods so I don't think we should give, up so, easy the fans that type of person she wanted to give up. On anybody her so sayers left last week to hike Vesper peak, in Snohomish county but never

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Hurricane Hector gains strength as it heads toward Hawaii

News, Traffic and Weather

02:37 min | 2 years ago

Hurricane Hector gains strength as it heads toward Hawaii

"But a votre and. A duck were killed in this storm and several visitors to the Cheyenne Mountain zoo were hurt they had to. Be taken to a hospital and the storm also damaged hundreds of cars. In the parking lot we're tracking the path of hurricane Hector as it moves closer. To Hawaii the storm is expected to pass south of the big island, tomorrow night into Wednesday it's a relief to communities that are still dealing with a volcanic eruption but the storm could still bring, high surf and several inches of rain to the island as, for the kilowatt volcano scientists say it's not spewing as much lava right now they do add it's common for the activity to increase Andy, crease or pause completely at. This hour aftershocks continue rocking the Indonesian islands after, deadly six point, nine quake over the weekend, we know at least ninety eight. People were killed hundreds more, injured their authorities on the islands I believe about twenty thousand people have been left homeless and. Thousands of tourists are still stranded officials fear the death toll could rise. Even higher as they continue searching through the rubble search and rescue crews will be. Back out first thing in the morning looking for a hiker missing in, the north cascades for six days now King County search and rescue is assisting Snohomish county in the search they say volunteers have, donated more than five hundred hours and driven. Four thousand miles. To help find Sam sayers she was last seen on Wednesday setting out a loan to summit Vesper peak in Snohomish county her mother says, her twenty seven year old. Daughter was only equipped for a day hike my fear is that, it may be too late My. Little girls still out there we need her home Crusade they'll be using a thermal. Imagery to search for sayers for. A third day tomorrow Deputies say, speed might have played a role in a crash that killed two teenagers in Snohomish county but they're still trying to, figure out why the truck slammed into construction equipment parked along mountain loop highway. This afternoon a. Nineteen year old man from Aberdeen and. A seventeen year old from daring ten were killed a proposal to preserve Seattle's iconic show. Box theatre has a musical venue is said to go before a council committee on. Wednesday the ordinance would temporarily extend the current boundary of the pike place market historic district that would mean any changes to the building would have to go through special process and, developer, wants, to turn the show box into luxury apartments and today lead singer of death Capri Cutie added his voice to the chorus of others pushing to save that. Venue cannot allow this vital piece of our rapidly changing city to.

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Starbucks, others must pay California workers for tasks done after clocking out: court

1A with Joshua Johnson

04:28 min | 2 years ago

Starbucks, others must pay California workers for tasks done after clocking out: court

"Five sets of remains thought to be those of Americans missing from the Korean war as the BBC's Laura bicker reports from Seoul, a u. s. warplane has transported the remains to an airbase in South Korea there around five sayers and US soldiers unaccounted for a North Korea felt have been killed in action. Some of those remains have been repatriated over the years, but obviously as as heightened tensions grew, it became difficult for any kind of process such as to take place. But this is the first step since certainly since Singapore that we've seen that perhaps President Trump's summit with Kim Jong is yielding results. The BBC's Laura bicker in Seoul. President Trump gave a rousing defensive, his tariffs on imported steel and aluminum during a stop in southern Illinois, Thursday as Saint Louis public radio's, Jason Rosenbaum reports Trump spoke to workers at a recently reopened steel plant during a speech at granite city. Works Trump contended that his tariffs will end up helping workers who have struggled with foreign competition we have the worst trade deals ever made in history but now that, becoming good again while steelworker William Mullin conceded that agriculture may take a temporary hit he adds that tariffs could bring lasting prosperity to granite city not everyone's going to be happy. You can't make everyone happy I think over time we'll, find a happy medium US steel opened, a Blast Furnace at granite city works soon after Trump announced his tariffs. For NPR news I'm Jason Rosenbaum and Saint Louis Russian hackers try to breach computers in Missouri US Senator Claire mccaskill office NPR's Jessica. Taylor reports that mccaskill is one. Of the most vulnerable Democrats and, the upcoming fall elections the Daily Beast first reported the failed hack making, mccaskill the first new target of, the Kremlin's plot interfere November's midterms after already targeting the US in the two thousand sixteen presidential election in In a, statement mccaskill said she would not be intimidated by the attempts all of which occurred around August twenty seventeen she called Russian President Vladimir Putin a thug and a bully and. A press conference last week following his summit with Putin, President Trump appeared to believe the Russian leader's denials at the country did not try to interfere in. The US elections over the conclusions of America's own intelligence agencies, but Trump later tried to walk. That back Trump is set. To chair a meeting of the national Security Council. On Friday to discuss election security Jessica Taylor NPR news Washington a fire in northern California Shasta county has. Killed one person injured three others, and burned. Dozens of homes a fire crews spokesman says the blaze is moving so fast that there was little time for evacuations major fires are burning across California one of. Several states in. The grips of a heatwave this is NPR news from news I'm Jeremy Siegel two teenage girls one from Honduras and one from Guatemala who had been taken from their families At, the US Mexico border and held at a. Facility and contra. Costa county have been reunified with their families Ted Goldberg reports last month pleasant hill officials confirmed that the two adolescent. Girls were being held at a shelter run by the. Federal contractors southwest key in their. City they were, among fifty separated, children who at one point we're living in seventeen state license homes in California Families. Opposed to the Trump administration's no tolerance immigration policy held a protest right in front. Of the pleasant hill facility and eventually. Congressman Mark to Sony took a tour of the shelter the contra Costa county Representative announced today that, he has learned from the department of health and human services that. The two girls were reunified with their families in the last five days I'm Ted Goldberg news, the California, Supreme Court today ruled, that Starbucks has to pay employee's for routine work they do when they're off the. Clock a federal court rejected a lawsuit by Starbucks employees who argued he should be paid for his duties closing out the store after he had clocked out for the evening but the. State high court has ruled, that California is more protective of worker rights UC Hastings associate law professor Vena do ball and it wouldn't make, sense to allow workers to. Go uncompensated for periods of time even if under federal law that time is considered insignificant hours do at Up in a statement Starbucks says it's disappointed with the decision and..

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"sayers" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"sayers" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Six forty four minutes birthday somebody else's birthday hundred look up the famous gale sayers possibly interesting that you don't know because i can tell you several with mine ereck these disco duck rick dees albert einstein and quincy jones by the way those three are often together quincy johnson rick dees adina menzel adina menzel birthdays today ceelo sheila greens agree gale sayers i think it's gale sayers pat boyle pebbles birthday today my birthday was earlier this month all of us just like games uhhuh i still get celebrities on dave's birthday are who well there's a whole bunch but ceelo dina menzel ted mcginley why not i know it's funny trae parker love boat it's funny as you as you save me as i get older all of the celebrities of course they get younger and younger and then you see the people that you know and there's maybe two of them you see what she did there wow so entitled is that a legitimate case do you think i have a beef there i mean do you think it would hold up in court created those expectations steve and dave relied on them.

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"sayers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sayers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"With all the sports i guess wanna comment about the giants with their pick and i relate to pick back to about nineteen sixty five believe it or not plus you know we never like to give our age out but i used to be a giant fan until the year that they drafted tucker frederick gale sayers and the giants have an opportunity to draft a player caliber of possibly gale sayers today's came you know the game with the running back has a lot to do with the receding and side of the backfield guys falls out of the backfield barclay where you're going well he's a fantastic back and i think you know personally i think the judge be crazy to pass on him well here's the thing is this guy and there seems to be unanimous feeling that's no brainer that this guy is the best most talented player in the draft he's a can't miss guide we've seen can't miss guys miss but you gotta go with the odds and everybody's saying that he is if he can catch balls out of the backfield if he is at special running back and can block and do all those things and you pair him with odell beckham junior and eli manning who still i think is a better than average quarterback.

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"sayers" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"sayers" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Three one two three three two three seven seven six so nicholas all molotov walter being number one where do you rank forte of the bears all time running back list and i think we're on concurring that he are you saying he second or you've put them third i got him third i can't put him ahead of gale sayers gales sayers was the amazing he's third dany just hate skill stairs for summary yes here's what to kansas he's a kansas comment i don't think you'll stairs at all i simply asked the question based on a stat that i read you i read you a stat that math fourteen reach two thousand yards from scrimmage an all eight seasons with the bears the only other player and bears history with more seizes with a thousand yards from scrimmage is walter payton just based off that's that i asked you if he's a second best ever i'm not saying he is to be honest with you gale sitters was before my time i don't know enough about him except for the fact that he was dynamic and he had a really short career due to injury yeah tors meet twice yeah i mean with gayle sears was only a thousand yard rusher twice i mean he he was hurt after the 19th sixty nine season he was hurt 19th seventy he only played two games then he played two games and 71 but of the seasons he was healthy only rush for a thousand years twice races dresses calling pin but if you look it if you ever watched gale sayers to sources told you as adam schefter would say that he's a hall of famer you're right i.

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"sayers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"sayers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I coordination wasn't fast he added by terrific i mean the great great receiver make no mistake about that i mean i i don't take baseball players jed release speaking are they you have to be a great baseball player your have to be that not lepuc all i i guess you great to schedule of course you have great by anti coordination that is unbelievable like listen it can't be from look on came up there for what are you can trump that high when he sat toyland that's true but a guy like purity tired and quite the way that to me a fast i love me rich of because we have to take a query glaviano always my pleasure sure do you remember a should go because you are bringing up with the gale sayers and dick butkus right do you you remember the bearers with a running back by the name of willie gallimore should i was before does guy sure at what happened to him slackers finger now he died in the car a car acted right okay sure he added he was gale sayers before gales air about the running back from syracuse before to impound that guy i i've i forgot his name a floyd who i know that with this guy around jim brown's age that which drafted geidar by the floyd little i think i'm not a guy ernie david gall yes ernie davis he i he was a heisman trophy winner iraq and you're right down he passed away early i remember back to red eye but it's always funny to me because wedneday compare athlete bianco athletes which shane quality of athletes and today day which is not allowed to do with the fact we to rape boot will come blockage shutting keep performing bout i haven't seen affected do that epa knocked bouncy overlap each other five became gets the nation could do nothing eyebrow steve i do remember but now we live in the day and age of a a hanging mouth sees one eight seven seven three three seven singh sank six six of nickel faye new york looks like some cable and phone companies are trying to sell home security but when a burglar sees one of their signs in front yard what does it say this home as five hundred ninety nine channels all these guys of highspeed internet but adt sign it says vis family trusts the company was the name means.

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