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"scabby" Discussed on PR & Law
"Yeah i i don't know i don't i don't like this from the i really don't and also it it strikes me that should be a statement that he be issuing himself not the organization on his behalf. I certainly understand why the organization has to issue a statement and why it has to strike the the tone that they've they've ultimately struck but it just strikes me as as hollow because it's a message that he himself should be putting forward and it doesn't seem like it's a message he's interested in putting forward did come out and and say. Don't don't draft me. I you know. I've got to learn some things this several weeks before the draft montreal one-handed anyway and he's since come out and he thanked perhaps for doing it and he says he's going to work on being a better person etc etc. I think you know the the upsetting part of this and again from a communications perspective. This is disastrous right. I mean the. I think it's it's a black eye for the league again in general and especially for the for the montreal team because there were the teams all new of this incident and were staying away from him now. Montreal has sort of hinted that other teams were prepared to take the sky and so they just jumped up and did it anyway but right but i mean this interrupt candidate ultimately sure they can say that we we don't ultimately know evacuate any other team. Were going to formally make him an offer right in it strikes me that there is sort of an unspoken understanding within the league that no none of us for the betterment of the league and for the image of the league are going to touch. This guy will leave him alone and then montreal says yeah thanks. No we're we're we're going to go do our own thing in that regard. Yeah when they made this pick. It was shocking. Like it was shocking. Because no-one one expected the team to do this let alone in the first round. I mean this was. This was a very very startling development on that day. And i gotta say sports in general i mean. Obviously there's issues the. Nfl is at issues with with domestic violence. There's been other players. There was a hockey player. I think a year ago who also had some incident in europe and was released by a t once they found out. I think the standard of behavior. The requirements of good behavior are increasing and being enforced more often. And i think that's what makes this one. So surprising is because it does kind of fly in the face of progress made elsewhere. And i just you know. There's not much to say on this. I think it's it's awful. It's unfortunate that they they made this decision and probably just kind of another example of sports taking precedent. Sometimes over.
"scabby" Discussed on PR & Law
"So you know biden is trying at least to kind of open up the market the idea being of course that these these are unnecessary restrictions on workers and that can make finding new work harder and that obviously limits competition in the marketplace right. Yeah we have to fight back against this kind of contract creep because you're right. Non compete is something. I understand why it exists and i think it probably has to exist in fact but it should be very narrowly applied. Because it's too easy to just begin putting in an all contracts because why not. I feel like nda's kind of fall under this as well nondisclosure agreements. It's just used for everything now and I it's just overuse and it puts shackles on everybody when they're probably don't need to be shackles there while admitting that sometimes you do need those shackles sometimes you do need these agreements. But but they're uses just become far overblown in my view. Yeah for sure. I mean you know at least here. In ontario most of the non compete clauses. I see are unenforceable anyway. Generally speaking the court takes the position that they're they're unenforceable particularly when they're overbroad right sometimes see non clauses in an agreement. You say you have somebody working in. I don't know the real estate industry. For example they have a non compete clause. That says you will not work for another. You know real estate brokerage anywhere in canada for the next twenty four months. I mean you know what's this. What's that i do supposed to leave the country. So they can find a job. It's crazy so yeah. I mean often. These these clauses are remarkably overbroad. But it's it's kind of interesting to see this. Come from the white house them stepping up and saying look this is crazy and we need to increase competition in the marketplace. And the last thing we need particularly is going through. Sort of an economic recovery is situations where workers can't get jobs because they're bound by non compete clauses in contracts. They had with previous employers. Right right. I don't like seeing politicians jump into these questions very often but sometimes if it's not them who is it going to be and i think that's kind of where we're at especially in the united states so i do. This is one of those things where i don't particularly like the method but i do see the need in this case and so i'm okay with it. Yeah me too. i'm. I'm completely on side of this. I think it's a great initiative. I hope it ends up. Teeth by will will see anyway. Moving on this is another interesting story. Came across through the weekend and that is amazon is ending its use of private arbitration for its customer disputes. Right so how does this work. So you know. A customer order. something from amazon. Some sort of problem amazon's not giving a refund or they've got some some some dispute like that. How does amazon process that right now. Well yeah so they. If you wanna sue now this is. Let's let's be more specific here so this is specific to amazon products. So we're talking about things like you know the amazon echo which is one of the big big issues where amazon his run into some some. Some legal hot water amazon has millions of products. Now if you shop on amazon you can see. They make everything themselves they do they do. You're absolutely right so anyone. Using amazon products will now have to pursue their disputes with the company in federal court as opposed to their private arbitration process. Now why did the private arbitration process exists in the first place..
"scabby" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Until the owner sees these union members at some other shop, write. Another story owns. She's a few miles away from the one being built, sees these union members with their inflatable rat outside the store. Gets his lawyer to go to the lrb and say, Hey, these guys are picketing outside my store. They can't do that. The lawyer that represents the owner wouldn't talk with us about the case. But Mark explained the argument that business owners typically make in this kind of case where unions protest outside of business with big balloon rats and signs. Inflatables and banners or scary and intimidating. They are the functional equivalent of figuring because they are a symbolic confrontational barrier, which violates certain provisions of the national labor relations that there's even a special term for this kind of thing that is not really a picket line, but sends the same message as a picket line. Signal picketing, according to Mark, People who don't like scabby will say stay with the red is intimidating and creating signal picketing where picketing is not supposed to be taking place. So the key question in the shop right case is, isn't workers engaging in a protest, which they're free to do under the First Amendment? Where is it? A picket line subject to very specific limitations. The store says. It's a picket line, Tamir says. That's not a picket line. We know when we're picketing. That's not a picket line at and what would make it a picket line. Try to stop workers from going in. We try to do some of their aggressive to stop workers from going in, pace back and forth, you know. Stay things toe workers like I don't think we do it these days, you know, disparaging them, But, you know, you know, do the right thing. Turn around. Don't come in here. You know, we would We make it active. We make it an active effort to turn people around. But that That is not what goes on when you just put up around and the judge in the case agreed with Tamir, he said. What the union was doing was not a picket. Instead, the judge said it was just a protest people standing on a public sidewalk with a giant rat exercising their First Amendment rights to free speech. The union kept bringing the rat to that shop, right. But that was not quite the end of the story. Remember, went to mere talked about the federal government, letting all of the rat cases pull up. What he meant is this. The National Labor Relations Board may use these cases to rewrite the policy. You may say that putting up a big inflatable rat outside a store is intimidating and coercive that it's illegal signal picketing. If they do change the policy to mirror says he will go to court and say that this new anti rat policy is a violation of the First Amendment, then Will be up to the court to decide. It may not come to that, though the general counsel at the NLRB, who's been pushing the anti rat policy will almost certainly be replaced when his term ends. Successor will be chosen by Joe Biden. You can email us at Planet money at NPR dot warg Full disclosure. Both Jacob and I are members of a Union Screen Actors Guild and the.
"scabby" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Wide It was The Sopranos. It was in an episode that first aired in 2000 to 3 of Tony Soprano's guys are at a construction site. They're sitting at a table drinking coffee sunning themselves. When a Jeep pulls up and a guy in a union Jack, it gets out. Whoa! What's going on with this woman? They full scope. I'm the business agent for local ladies. Seven laborers. It's come to our attention. This site is employing a substantial number of non union laborers in violation of a mess. The contract my, I'm with the Hitched to the back of the Jeep is a giant inflatable rat. I'm guessing it's a 15 footer. But I'm sitting there with my wife or watch. I'm going. Do you see who's on TV? That guy you drew a little picket side effect in 1987. He made a big time. By the time scabby showed up on HBO. The people and companies that were the targets of scabby contractor's real estate developers had been complaining for a while about the raft. You know, it seemed kind of menacing. People didn't want it outside their building. So they started asking their lawyers. He is there something we can do about this rat. And so in 2002 Tamir Rosenbloom, the lawyer from that scabby case we talked about at the beginning of the show. He got a letter from a government lawyer. This was not long after the rat was on The Sopranos, that letter. Um Basically articulates a new position on the rat saying that it's coercive and citing a Sopranos episode, So wait, wait. And what did you think when you saw what did you think when you saw this legal document from this very senior person, citing The Sopranos? I, You know, it's like I'm both astonished and then I'm a backup because there is crazy, it is is they're serious. They're really serious. This was during the George W. Bush administration to Mir says Republican administrations. Try to limit what they call aggressive union tactics, and they seemed to really dislike the rap. That case where the government mentioned The Sopranos wound up getting settled, But the rat kept getting into legal trouble to Miers. Latest Rat Case The one of the Staten Island ShopRite is part of the government's latest push against scabby. And it could be a big deal for unions all around the country. The essential thing legally speaking about this case is actually where the union went to protest with the rat. They did not protest outside that shop right construction site that was using the non Union labor. Instead, they went to a different ShopRite owned by the same family. If what you think is the problem is the new building that's going up. Why not go protest in front of the new building that's going up. That's where the problem is. It's not what people are. Huh? We're making a public message right? Like we were not limited to having to do. The typical things People associate was unions, which is show up at the site of construction and walk back and forth with a picket sign. And we are a modern union and we participate in public conversations and Part of that is to get out there and tell the public So you know how many people are shopping at a half built shop, right? Like nobody. Right. The people right Open one. So that's an interesting distinction. You draw between like the old fashioned union, which is like walking the picket in front of whatever. General Motors in Flint, Michigan, versus the modern one, which is more of like part of the union strategy is essentially a PR campaign like we got to get the public's attention, like a giant inflatable rat seems useful in that kind of modern Work? Yeah, no 100%, And I think we've overtime grown into that, Um, we have a presence on social media. I'm on your show. So the union says what it's doing here is not a picket line. In fact, the workers at this grocery store are in their own union. What Amir's union is doing is basically PR to bring bad publicity to the family that owns the grocery store and this fact the fact that this was not a picket line at the site they objected to, but a protest at a different location. That turns out to be key. Because the law federal labor law treats those two things, a picket line and a protest really differently. We talked about this with Marcus Tom Pierce. He used to be the chairman of the National Labor Relations Board the NLRB during the Obama administration when you look at the history of labor relations in this country, You know that it was born out of conflict. Quick aside on the historical context here, the annular be was created back in the 19 thirties, when there were hundreds of strikes every year. Sometimes they would turn violent. So Congress passed a law that gave workers the right to form unions, and it gave the annular be the job of trying to keep the peace between unions and management. Today. The NLRB deals with the fight's over scabby. Okay. End of the aside Back to that central scabby question. What is the difference between a picket line and a protest? Mark says. First think of the classic old school union picket line at a factory or two construction site. If they have a direct dispute with the facility, the union can pick it back and forth. They can patrol back and forth in front of the entrances to the place. The purpose of a picket line is to tell people and in particular to tell workers they don't go in here, you know, don't go work at this business until the union's demands are met, and there are a lot of people Customers and workers who don't want to cross the picket line out of solidarity. And because of all this because of this very specific history of what a picket line means, and even because of the history of violence associated with early picket lines, American labor law treats picket lines differently than other kinds of protests. Preach picket lines as a very specific signal about a conflict between workers and a business this business that they're picketing in front of right here. So under federal law, you cannot have a picket line wherever you want to. Workers are not allowed to picket locations other than the ones they have a direct problem with In the case of that shop right on Staten Island, the union could picket the construction site were a contractor was using nonunion workers, but the union could not legally picket at some other shop, right..
"scabby" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Garden calm. That's Renee with TUI's well, three's technically our e and E s, g A r D e n Renee's garden dot com. So, Renee Shepherd once again thank you for spending some time with the pressure and thank you very much. All right. Have a great day. Good bye bye. All right, bye. Coming up at a 30 after the news. We're going to be talking with Quentin Young. He's the manager of Fair Oaks Boulevard Nursery, also a master gardener. He has some ideas about unusual cool season vegetables. You might want to try in your yard and yes, because we live in a great area to garden. You can be planting the whole host of vegetables and flowers. During the month of December. Like Like what? Fred? Well, you can directly so into the ground this month. Vegetables like bok choy, broccoli, kale, collards, lettuce, mustard, peas, radishes, spinach and even some flowers to directly from seed California Poppy corn flour, lark spur other poppies. And scabby Joosep among the plants that you can put in, you know, via transplanting. Nurse reserved getting in there Asparagus route so you can start an asparagus patch if you want. Here's Some advice from a former asparagus grower. Put it in the back. 40 put it way out of the way, because after you've harvested the spears of asparagus once they get thinner than a pencil, you wanna let them grow well. They do grow throughout the spring and summer and fall they could get 5 ft. Tall. These massive ferns that when they talk turned totally brown. Then you cut them off at the ground level. But they're much too look at especially in the summer and fall. And when, when they start turning brown, But again, if you do have asparagus, don't forget to cut them back to ground level. But wait until all the firms have turned totally brown. Other plants that you can put in Um from plant besides doing seeds for a lot of what I mentioned, you can do plants to transplants from nurseries of lettuce and spinach, Kale, bok choy and a lot more. We'll take a break for news. When we come back. We're talking with Quentin Young about unusual cool season vegetables and then coming up at nine o'clock, We'll get the low down on how you can improve your soil. From soil Pathologist.
How The Rat Blew Up
"Were not union workers so the union to me represents was staging a protest. We're on the public sidewalk outside the property. We were very careful not to block any traffic not to block pedestrians. We had the rat there. So you're out there you got. How big how big the rat. You gotta staten island. I think we had a medium size one out there. It didn't look to you to enormous but definitely follow the me. There are videos of this protests that were submitted in court in you see a group of about fifteen or twenty people. They're standing on the sidewalk between a small fence and a highway and they actually have to inflatables up. There is the rat and giant cockroach and the protesters are yelling into bullhorns. Not surprisingly the owners of that shoprite did not like having the union and a giant rat protesting outside their store. They did not like it so much. They complained to their lawyer. Their lawyer complained to the federal government and the federal government brought a case against the rat. This is one of several rod cases. The government is working on right now. They're arguing that scabby. The rat is not just annoying and unsightly but that in many cases it is illegal under federal law. They've let a bunch of these rats cases sort of pool and the administrative process and now they're effectively omnibus rat. It's a rat of all the rats. Ratto di tutti rati. Yeah this rap. Was that bad. Also sort of and somber bigger than their parts and put them all together and we just gotta lake exterminate vermin. Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm manda renchik. And i'm jacob goldstein. Today on the show the rise and possible fall of scabby the rat support for npr and the following message come from our sponsor comcast business. Clint kofsky owner of dive. Bar in. pittsburgh explains why reliable internet from comcast business was a critical piece of their recent pivot to online ordering and takeout when we were forced to pivot. Comcast business help us with the internet service expanding our bandwidth improving our wifi services. All these things had to be implemented would into place and they had to work learn more at comcast business dot com women have been written off in rap and marginalized in the prison system. Philly rapper is the savior is pushing back against both think about the music. Industry is really like only five labels in the world and who owns them. All white men funding black toxicity. Listen now to louder than a riot. Podcast from npr music scabby. The rat was dreamt up in the late. One thousand nine hundred s by guy named jim sweeney. When he was in his twenty s i was that i was that s guy. He'd wear acid wash jeans. He had a bad mustache contradiction in terms. He were in construction like his immigrant. Father and his uncle before him and like them he is and was a union guy. Member of the international union of operating engineers local one fifty two steps at chicago. We're unit of around nine thousand members. Roughly and we were on the decline remember. This is a reagan era and a lot of labor movement was going into an entrenching mode. President reagan famously fired thousands of air traffic
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Trump says he 'feels' economic recovery coming as laidoff workers worry
"The president says the economy will roar back soon I feel that I think sometimes what I feel is better than what I think in New York what laid off tour guide even first feels is sadness I just want my job back he's getting jobless benefits without them I really don't know how they'll get pie how will be a bit buy groceries scabby may have lost her job as a restaurant line cook and hasn't received any benefits yet I'll be able to make rent next month but after that if it doesn't kick in but I am definitely in trouble even as the economy slowly starts to recover Bankrate dot com's mark Hamrick says people like for stand there may be among those left behind how many of these workers will be called back to their jobs Sager make ani Washington
Rise of the Moa
"To introduce today's episode. I thought maybe we should begin by reading a poem. Robert Are you game. I'm game for a little little poetry. In fact it's not just poetry. It's Moitri I did not make that joke in my head yet. But maybe because I'm not as perverse as you. This is by the New Zealand. Poet Allen Kerr now's was originally published in nineteen forty nine and it's called the skeleton of the Great Moa in Canterbury Museum Christchurch. The skeleton of the MOA on iron crutches broods over no great waste a private swamp was where this tree grew feathers once that hatches it's dusty clutch and guards them from the damp interesting failure to adapt on islands taller. But not more fallen than I. Who come bone to his bone. Peculiarly New Zealand's the eyes of children flicker round this tomb under the skylights wonder at the huge egg found in a thousand pieces piece together but with less patience than the bones that Doug in time deep shelter against the ocean weather not I some child. Born in a marvellous year will learn the trick of Standing Upright here. You can find that poem by the way. In the nineteen seventy-nine Anthology an anthology of Twentieth Century New Zealand poetry and I really loved the cadence of that poem and also Feel like it. Effectively captures the the weird beauty of these reassembled skeleton remains one sees of the mighty? Moa We just did Marianne Moore in the paper Nautilus. This is another poem like that. I love a good poem. That genuinely ponders biology Like this deals with the evolutionary adaptation of the MOA the flightless birds of New Zealand And the idea of learning the trick of Standing Upright. Yeah now this is going to be a fun. Couple of episodes. I'm really excited about these episodes I think the the Moa one of the things. That's really keeping me going right now to research. Read about the Moa Envision. The more no matter what we`re. I don't know where you are out there as you're listening to this where you are in your previous understanding of the. Moa and other flightless birds But this is a this is a wonderful and weird story that has a number a number of connections to things. We've talked about in the past but also some new angles. We're going to be talking about evolution. We're GONNA be talking about First contact between man and beast. It's it's GonNa be a fun ride and there's no better place to start a fun ride than in New Zealand. The land of avian decadence that's right and the place where where the Mammal is truly debase. That's right because you know. Obviously the rise of mammals is one of evolution's most celebrated victory stories right because in part because we are of course mammals ourselves. And there's perhaps a sense of of the gods and the primordial titans when we consider the age of the dinosaurs that came before us in our own. Mammalian Age That we have ascended in now. Well Yeah I mean. There's very much a case of When you look at the Cretaceous Paleocene extinction event that caused the demise of the non. Avian dinosaurs It's quite clear that their loss was our gain. Yes but it wasn't only our gain the gain of of birds and we often neglect the just the exceptional dominance of birds for this as they the the legacy of of the dinosaur and then they they remain highly successful in widespread to this day. They remain masters of the Air. Frequent masters water and sometimes masters of the land is well now. Why would birds be the masters of the land like they've got the air that seems so much better than the land? Why even bother with the land? Well of course the obvious answer there is that is that to be. A master of the of the air requires a great deal of energy. And if you don't have to fly around you quickly find reasons. Not Too narrowly speaking. Of course we'll so if we're talking about mammals and avian dinosaurs or birds. Why exactly was it that? The loss of the dinosaurs was the gain of these other glades. Well because suddenly you have all of these These these niches in the In in the in the environment that open up this suddenly a bird can can occupy various creatures. Have the ability to occupy mammals included. But this is where we see the emergence of a number of these different flightless birds. This is where we see the emergence of terror birds in the demon ducks. And we'll get into some more examples of flightless birds as we go but yet to be sure we still have some amazing flightless. Land Birds with us today and some of them are are quite enormous. The largest of course is the ostrich. There are two species remaining. There was a third the Asian ostrich that went extinct roughly six thousand years ago. Yeah the two extant species the common ostrich in the Somali ostrich and they're both native to Africa. Yeah and I. Sometimes I feel like we sometimes overlook. How cool ostriches are. I find that it zoos. They for one thing. It's zoo habitat in an and a fenced in area. But then sometimes the ostriches in there with a giraffe seems particularly unfair because the draft of course is the is the tallest extent mammal that we have and It feels kind of like a dirty trick to showcase the world's the world's tallest extent bird with the tallest mammal which towers over right. It's like I'm trying to show off my muscles but then you put me next to a gorilla. Yeah but but we have some other wonderful examples of flightless birds elsewhere for instance. We have emus which are very fascinating to get a chance to look at an email. Just watching e-mu as it goes about its business It's it's remarkable the cassowaries one of my favorites mind to there's a castleberry here at the Atlanta Zoo. Yes see soul the the cast where who we've talked to on the show before with with a friend Jason Ward here in down about Cecil the cassowaries who her member Jason telling us that it's dengue is very like fragrant smells of fruit. Even though it is I mean not to demonize animals but when you get up close to it it is horrifying beast like it's beautiful. It's colors are beautiful. It has the blue and the red and the black feathers. It's gorgeous animal but also if you look at its foot it's foot. Looks like a puppet from a monster movie it is. It is just a killing things. Got These clause in the scaly scabby skin That's a tongue twister. But you look at a castle up close some time if you just WanNa be terrified and audit nature indeed. Yeah they they can. They can prove quite deadly. If you you know the the human comes into close contact with them and their they'd be begin engaging defensive behavior. Oh Yeah don't try to look at their feet up close if there is not a barrier between you. Yeah of course. We have other Flightless bird to consider amazing ones. Of course it's the Kiwi of New Zealand the The Nocturnal Ground Bird. All of these birds are what we call rat. Tights diverse group of flightless birds that were widespread across the scattered fragments of the supercontinent Gondwana. In their Donald Dominance waned over time certainly with the the rise of Homo sapiens. We still have all these various examples that still remain today. And you find you find large flightless. Birds will actually large and small flightless birds everywhere from New Zealand to South America. Without even getting into the the the obvious example of just other flightless birds. There's also the pink win. Yeah of course But wh this raises the question. Why do we have flightless birds? All over the place like this well In the one thousand nine hundred ninety s there was a wonderfully titled Theory Moas Arc. Which would you assume that all of these rats descended from a common ancestor? So in other words the the idea here is that a a flighted ancestor became flightless on Gondwana and then as supercontinent split this one flightless ancestor diverged. Into all these different flightless species okay. So you get one instance of these birds descending from an ancestor and becoming flightless and then the flightless one goes all over the place. And then there's continental drift right to supercontinent splits up and the flightless descendants of that one ancestor all go off into different places and evolve in different directions and they become everything from the ostrich to the Kiwi to the MOA right but one of the the issues with this This idea is that this would mean we'd expect something we'd expect say in New Zealand. Expect the MOA in the Kiwi to be closely related to each other We'd expect that Any any of these rats that live close together would also be closely related but subsequent DNA studies have revealed that this was not the case instead of Moas Arc. The model seems to be one of numerous cases of flighted to flightless evolution around the world so again convergent evolution This repeated instance of a flighted bird evolving into a bird. That doesn't fly which seemed so strange of a of a choice for evolution to make. I mean not to personify it too much. But but what is the advantage there I think we alluded to this earlier. One of the main theories about this is that it's an energy advantage. If a bird doesn't need to fly than it doesn't need to make huge pectoral muscles flapping wings that can get it into the air and if it doesn't need to make those big muscles it can spend that energy on something else. Sorry can just survive on less
"scabby" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"Today. Alcon protect anyone of my hands off protect my staff and I can't protect them go into their loved ones. What what's to say that somebody in the salon who didn't have any feeling of a Cobra virus impact and they coordinate took it to their loved ones and I just saw you know what that's it couldn't live with myself for that so a side from Friday night ship feel emotional copy only some feel really emotionally new site because just seeing so many people are going through so much. The moment lot you'll young shoulders having to experience this is tough. It's it's really tough about the financial side of this How you feel in on that Brooke is Scabby. Lock a German. Like you say such an emotional thing to talk about because on the risk of losing your business is business will allow is and this is like a sound mad at USA. Hey now talking to you and saying this is the reality. That is sweeping you. Call money on. Somebody's life and hard times and yes it break. It's breaking businesses. And you know I should say after the whole of this. There's going to be locked if business starts going to fold and an even businesses. I'd like to say the self-employed front as far as hard if you got that you've looked tell 'em so I have a little bit of money coming in from the floods from the council don't know when that's governed to hit and Parents who build in our amazing so leaden Roy. That's good. I guess once you close a lot of our overheads kind of freeze tonight really with the May be you know to distributors. I think they're talking about tax may be laughing next payments or July and that so in terms of wages and that same cows win in a position to talk about that. Because that's changing all the time isn't it but I think you probably make it helped with business rates on that. I've seen as grants being available and again listeners. In Brooklyn on here to visors vase you talk. Show that you're in a secure place. The government here. 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That's why I wanted you because I want this to be a doom and gloom podcast. I want this to be woods of comfort and words to everybody. Actually you know what we can get through this and again I keep coming back to and I love Mummy Sam patronizing but when I say young but you know you're you're young business owner twenty twenty six twenty six. You know you've had experience so much so early on you know right from opening up your business to the floods to then face in this but I guess as tool use so much in shoot spicer time you gotta get food you know point us all being doom and gloom and yeah. Here is is horrendous. Is a horrendous situation but things can come out of this you know. Mama unsuitable muscles in. Maybe this is a bit of a level for the planning. Generals is a leveler. You know maybe one hundred percent on a not on thinking. I haven't well I think maybe I think when you're a business owner and obviously I'm saying team doing paintings like we have zero days off. I think I'd probably two days off and then last year. So it's wild so although it's horrendous I think you've gotta get head creative head on all your business had on you. Productive head on answering Jenner walks. How long were off? We need to be productive and we need to. You know do things don't just like sitting lounge around and that's exactly you've led us on perfectly and I bought on a podcast special on windy. Richard Maccabee we talked about preparing for the lockdown. He told some great ideas actually off. What was the inevitable? Obviously that's now happening. Some silos haven't closed yet. Some still operating some are you know. Many are now turning off the lights for short period of time. Let's just say it may feel Fred hopefully as a shoe period whether that's one two months three months who knows. We'll bishop period. You're GONNA come back. Unit Fleet Lights back on. The hair industry is going to remain is going to reinvent itself and I'm excited creativity that I'm going to see from our industry and I'm excited by how we're GONNA go now. What creative direction do you want for your salad for you and feud with the lights of temporarily while I I'm actually? We'd better circumstances. Should I say arm? Actually a little bit found fulfill maybe just a time off to collect muscle because I think with any warmth. Yeah I mean with anyone like Saudi Sandwich. Creativity can get menu conduct plateau. And if you haven't got that room to to think that space to house you know that five minutes to yourself you know you can almost come to a bitter stalemate situation so on actually turned out to end funster. I start searching online and I'm so excited to come back because I'm thankful really should the likes of January so will tend to say that Extended saw the pictures and words. Because that was the next thing I'd got plan was my shoot. And so that's the important but actually can have often. Where am I going with this? Yeah I'm it's good. It's good sometimes. We need to embrace the head space. You know I think. A lot of mental health amendment. Have that time to grieve and to lock project. What you do in business and the hairdressers onto that bought bucks so many hairpieces and I'm going to start creating some wigs and am still full future share work and shoots and I just think I've never have that opportunity normally sir. We've got to technical lights horns in a unit. GonNa get bored in your own space company all of my company. There's me and my dog in my house on a case of fitting it and doing stuff in August one hundred percent bay using it to my advantage and an infant paces Just north for creative head count boards. Are you gonNA be really embracing social media as well in this time? Yeah I think that's something I am the lack 'cause all you still can't use content quite my social media but I think a little bit mole salt behind the the photo because on quite quick to throw the photon next. Look what we've done in this or look what we've done for shoot but actually what I say is probably lacking Lilla. Opec's don't have Tommy's lock quickly post. You've got five seconds to do it more time to think about what I want. People to save assize char can help in any way. Then I'll try data as well. What are you going to gain your inspiration from a nice lockdown period and one hundred percent social media Instagram Pinterest? You know they are great and Jin Will be experiencing the fellowship with saying we had to. Greg Davis Donnybrook. Somebody obviously if had this show before she completely changed the way the would necessarily search for inspiration so I'm super excited to get on that and have look at what did you. What did you get fat little? You know how to look for inspiration so I don't know about you but when often photo shoots fall and looked for inspiration on behalf of for the close to the point and so when I send either to the photographer make parties there almost like. I'm saying we're GONNA do something like this so I'm going to change and on board. It was a case of scientists assailing Ananta laid a my heart massively because when I look obviously photographer before it was a hairdresser but when I look so to like fading in and I want to create that fade and so you could have a picture of landscape and the feeling that you get from that photo to full for my peers of my photo out there on people to get that whole side of that. I Guess The Times that we can be. I'm really interested to see how we grab the period of where we are right now and how that's going to inspire people. Yeah definitely I think everyone is Scott such different direction as loud and all night for fat. I absolutely love seeing. 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"scabby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I'm Mike Macklin WBZ news here's what's happening. the White House says Tom's of bin laden the son of the late bell Kato leader Osama bin laden has been killed in the U. S. counterterrorism operations the Afghanistan Pakistan region a White House statement giving no further details including when the younger bin laden was killed nor how the U. S. confirmed his death more on our top story now from CBS's scabby McCormick this is the first confirmation by the White House though it's been reported for several weeks estatements assembly he was killed in the border region between Afghanistan and Pakistan it doesn't say how or when but president trump angry about the collapse of the Taliban peace talks has said the US military is stepping up operations in Afghanistan and this may be another signal to that group that there will be no let up in the pressure that his CBS's Kelly McCormick four dozen flags will to get away from the top New Hampshire's highest peaks in honor of the lives lost in the September eleventh terrorist attacks the eighteenth annual flags on the forty eight more alike is today taking part our folks will be placing American flags on the summit of each of the forty eight mountains in New Hampshire with peaks above four thousand feet organizers say the first topic was a spontaneous effort by six hikers who raised a large flag on our liberty on the first Saturday after the attacks back in two thousand one. Bobbi speaking out about the shooting did nearly cost him his life ABC's Stephanie rebels report son David Ortiz is a motional interview with Univision which airs tomorrow after a surprise appearance at Fenway Park David Ortiz the retired red Sox hitter speaking exclusively with Univision about how he almost lost his life three months ago or he says he had never felt this way before in his life feeling the need to survive in the interview or tease recounting those moments after being shot calling it a nightmare how he was fighting to live hoping doctors could save him that's ABC's Stephanie rainbows little sure Medical Center expanding to better meet the needs of the community it serves WBZ's sherry small attended an unveiling in Salem a two hundred seven million dollar ten year project is complete at north shore Medical Center in Salem a brand new emergency department a floor of private patient rooms and a one hundred twenty bed Epstein center for behavioral health are now part of the Salem campus making it the only hospital in the bay state offering such a large psychiatric facility inside a hospital president and CEO Dr David Roberts fear upon one of these floors at Epstein in your heart needs an issue we have fourteen.
A Crash Course in Business Model Innovation
"Technological innovation and business model innovation are really the same thing and this is really pervasive found in the high tech stuff that word where you might have have technical founders which initially might believe that all they need is technology that innovation to succeed in the marketplace but in reality what you need it's really business model innovation which comes down in understanding your customers and the problems that they're facing before you've been provide technical a solution so what i'm saying is that by believing that technology innovation. He's the same thing of business moderation. You believe that by providing a technical solution generally ever accompany back if you have a technical solution that nobody wants. You don't have a company so this is very important to understand business. Model innovation starts by defining the problem has clearly as possible embalmed standing the customers esley possible amana standing would existing sitting affinities. They're using and then after that creating technology product that can help them actually saw that specific problem not. Let's get it forward. Let's understand what's to be smarter than it's really made the different abilities locks and it can be defined as an only stick repeatable and scalable week to create and capture value now. Let the stanford what's the mindset behind the business model innovation business model innovation. It's about using experimentation in the entire british ship world so we're enterpreneurs use to make most of the decisions based on gas. Now we the business model innovation. We won't introduce a bit of experimentation so that we can actually speed up the process of launching successful businesses and and especially if we want to minimize the time that we waste and financial resources that we waste in the businesses which will never beat successful so again be smaller than innovation is about experimentation and a business model is just unexpected meant that an interpreter he strained to implement in the real world so so if scientists have actually you know experiments in the lab to test their ideas an entrepreneur can actually manufacture a business model to see if this is gonna work in the world and if it does this is going to be an opportunity to build a viable business so where scientists is gonna cry to prove let the <unk> interpreter actually gonna try to grab a market opportunity and these different <unk> otherwise is very easy to confuse enterpreneur for a scientist. Those are very different girls with very different objectives now. Let's forward and lessen the stand that difference between just digital as a small end the so-called platform business model i won't do i like the french vehicles settled misunderstanding around the topic so as in the digital allege many companies have a website as soon as they actually open up their website. They call themselves apply for a waiver of lot from business this model. It's something more complex than that. Let me give you a weak example when you go on amazon and you buy a product chances are this product is not a actually relative the made by amazon but is the product which she's <hes> sand by a third party seller on damage platform therefore amazon is not just johny homers amazon is a platform is about from business model because on needs website it all third party sellers which are actually selling their products products through amazon and amazon is using these inventories to fulfill to actually delivered the sprouts for since in many cases so again in this case as ahmanson platform because it's managing the bhakti products so is not just setting its products so he's not selling. It's france in linear way way so just like a normal basis but it's managing the interactions on the platform and the mortar company manages in deductions the more it is about from business model it is also leveraging on data and it is leveraging on technology which is able to process the state up to actually create what we call in the business world network took effect to mean that the more users free might join a bat from the more the platform might become actually valuable that for if you have a website and you start to build your product and savvy to your customers. This is a very linear business end as sach. These is not latte from business model. You can always start a new governor. Wastelands form your company in the platform obese model if it makes sense because in some cases blood from mrs models actually a very high degree of scabby and because they can take advantage of what we called network effects but in reality in most cases you want to focus initially on building your linear business zone offering products or services that you own or that you can actually deliver alert unless of course you're building marketplace which is different kinds of business on now. Let's say really quick glance and understanding between the into business models amazon google facebook now if we look at john actually look like as ecommerce business model from the outside. If luke luke winning company we can see the company's seven when it -sition strategies from a._w._s. Which is a lot from which is an ecosystem which is different from the main platform <hes> which targets free since ski customers accompanies and depth of winning companies like seals and so the existing looks quite different from in the ecommerce spot from and then it also has another -tising machine which targets free since a third party sellers which sells items on the platform itself so again <unk>. If at it superficially we might conclude and if you look at the meditation we met concluded that i'm he's primarily an ecommerce. It's not then if look at google which is cold alphabet the the primary company. If you look at the money decision again we might conclude the google is still a media business but in reality if look more indepth weekend realized that google really is a diversified as when in fact it says police since android platform which is mobile up from that is stem that has different logics compared to the other parts of the business and again even if he makes most of its money still from the product it's alerts business although steve primarily a media company including a company like facebook facebook three neverthe- advertising machine and if you look at the news feed which is the primary asset to the company and that's where most most the money's made and today named percent of all of his grandma's are coming from advertising invisible the products like messenger or <hes> eastern ram which also add up to the monetization strategy company so if you ask me what's miss molly. We'll see stephanie facebook. It's still primarily under -tising businessman now. If you look at the door that you have available to actually uranium business that are similar to say you can use emmy allied three tools the first one the business model canvas by alexander also wonder these of any <hes> do which can be used and it's made the <unk> blocks that can help you understand any candle handle business. <unk> of the business model canvas called the lean canvas by ash manja. N._b._c.'s also useful for companies which are starting from scratch because it suited to focus on understanding the key customers and the problems that they're facing with existing <unk> tentatives existing democracies have their in which is called scaling cam which extracted from the book the skating by golden by rid of mine co-founder of lincoln. Actually it is a a tool that looks modern ovation by leveraging on for growth factors and avoiding to vote leaders now without going join do much into that. Those are some of the tools that you can use of course you can find them on for week m._b._a. But now just to finalize and a few key takeaways these reasons modal innovation. It's really about experimentation. He tweeted about you know manufacturing experiments reward so that you can minimize the time takes to build a successful
"scabby" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Tournaments? Dave joins us on the guest line makes you follow Dave on Twitter at Gulf week, underscored the as always. We appreciate the time to get to know you got a tournament to cover as the second round is coming to an end fig just like yesterday. The two big stories are Brooks kept coz doing his thing, and everybody else is in his wake and tiger. Woods got problems. Yes, I just got problems. You know, he's got the cut line. He's, he's not helping himself. He's got some work to do to make sure the weekend you said is doing the turns out to be kept her kind of stuff. You know, he's been very steady. He has faltered heater there, but he's not made a big compounding states that at this point. Is a five shot lead, as we talk over Jordan. Speakers in the house after shooting, sixty six and Adam Scott, who just all over himself, but we saw that, that was you got to avert, your eyes, something like that. It's just ugly and kind of waiting for that to have an Amazon meets a huge pots early in the round he's not known for that. So it's almost like the Gulf gods are paying them back a little bit by taking one back with Scott scabby had a great in, hopefully, you know, we get a little bit of drama coming into the weekend, but he got the feeling that Brooks kept good got a chokehold on this thing right now. When you when you look at tiger you more surprised that he hasn't answered Brooks cap cut, because I feel like he has in the past with guys go off. You see kind of that, fires them up a little bit. And he gets going. Are you surprised he hasn't gotten going the way that Bruce has played? Yeah. I mean, it's, it's a very tiger a performance team from kept edited are a lot of answers to it. If you're that executing Alto tiger has not been a lot of fair. So far really trouble. And that's something to watch for regardless of what happened here the rest of this weekend. And if you make the cut it up a couple of weeks, you're gonna be in your neck of the woods, up there Pebble Beach, and that's going to play a heck of a lot more like this with. Nothing. US open type conditions now national weather is. Sprayed around a little bit with the driver and recover holidays experience. Interesting thing that's happening. Tighter is his long game is forcing him as we talked about a little bit yesterday to really recover and try and save pars if he's not been able to do that and kept getting not gonna back up. He might make a bogey here or there. Two to twenty four hours from now and twelve or thirteen hundred five under par, and that means it puts pressure on everybody else to come up with something maybe capable coming up with you mentioned Jordan speed right now. He's t to with with Adam Scott who has dropped back to his disastrous last hole. Both of those guys are five behind KEPCO, who has now is, is ten under speeds. Sixty nine yesterday, sixty six today in Dustin Johnson, who is who's in with a sixty seven. We're used to seeing Dustin Johnson do this. But we've talked about Jordan speed. He's playing terribly. He's just not what he was in the way he burst out on the scene. A couple of years ago, but the way he's done here in the first rounds. I mean you sure looking like he's around in some, some sort of a form. Thousand fifteen inches speed. We can make parts all over the place. He started out in the back night. On eleven which was his second home, then he joined a couple of long for birdie committed a couple of good par savers. And he really has some complexity hasn't driven the ball, especially well, several fairly scramble around the putters sort of, like, you'll get out of jail, free card. His he's been turned it in quite a bit if you'd able to, to hit the ball in the fairway and set up the game more more opportunities than keep that putter hot. And he has the chance to try and track down kept ET's showing that.
"scabby" Discussed on IAMKAYPEE Podcast
"Job. Any challenges? We done them one. I've done a future done the whole wings challenger rascals away. Z Bunga faceoff Hemi as it was like sex like ridiculous eligible of posters like. Actually, like the next day hood, scabby, Joe Malebo like properly peeling off. And how would you translate scabby to scabby? I think they say scab scabbed up. I'm scared. I would say from eating like the skin was peeling off my laps the next day. I can't be though because it's not because it was so hot it is physically hall, though. No. But was like skull in host. When you wrote a chillier on you eat in the wings, squalor the stuff on. So. This isn't actually physically halt though is. It's just the sensation. Like, you're literally bunt. Molly. It's like them so much that they just came on. After I was like a husband meal to finish off touch meals. I feel like I don't know which one to take on all of wings holdings. Right. I'm going to be some home. I can't do this super hall stuff. Check him address when Cutty but fish me to limit. I think when it gets anymore at count. But like just eating basement stuff. I could probably do. I think it's all he actually I think he eats like lettuce like it massive mental s because it will no calories. Scott worn in it on that can fill a stomach can keep it in there in Sioux behind he and Liz, Liz, so the demise to see him. Yep. No. Are you marvel fund kind of of nosing the funny war? I was one of these ones tried to wash twice fell asleep. Twice. So did you go the cinema and fell asleep? No, I think it was on them. Sky threat to watch it twice dislike and Joe's, Molly, there's really authorship, right? Into nauseous adopted. No, whatever. This is like. We are because Amy assist the she's really into her boyfriend skull like the geeks, not stuff, right? And they're like he needs to watch endgame you Neo Chan game. So I'm trying to get a watch of obscene like couple of hours of seeing the cut the Americas. Nazi-like things else forget, you know, I'll watch foams like an AB to remember what happened enough oil. But then what animal ominous leading up to all the infant war leading up to add saw somewhat forgotten went half deal the movies. So I think go through watch them all enable Inge would you recommend to watch before before? In funny war. Endgame endgame, infinite war. The head to watch. I'm Mina boss. No real sea. Not manga of the in the boss was. Should do that before beforehand, then watch a captain marvel for contents the women wins? Yeah. The lady ones, what do you mean? You just been sexist. Player. Shocker. Yeah. It was. Okay. It was good wasn't the best. But you have to watch it before. Endgame because she appears engage in funny war. So you have to just to catch up. But I love the gardens the galaxy just in general, like, those ones are awesome. The captain America ones are just fucking amazing 'cause they're supposed to be lame. Like, captain, America's supposed to be like this lame goody two shoes. You know? He's like fucking. Yes. Or no, sir. And then they just did such good job with them. Like, they brought an amazing. Dr Scott script made him complex made most of the stories of it our morals as well. That have changed over time. 'cause he's frozen then you know, he became much. Yeah. So yeah, I think they did the best of luck flat panther lights initially. But. On inflection that really enjoy as much the second time. Visit the pet born to me quite it gets a bit slow like punt when he was in vendors though, or no captain America. I was amazing. The one where the rim barreling and running down the road after Bucky the bookie. Yeah.
"scabby" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Search T R A F F, I X Chicago mayor Vontobel WGN traffic central. It's going to be mostly cloudy and mild today with some showers possible, but turning sharply colder this afternoon and evening. A high near sixty falling into the upper thirties and forties by the time. The evening rolls around tonight, mostly cloudy, chilly few showers, overnight, low down to thirty seven and then cloudy, cool with occasional rain and drizzle tomorrow with a high near forty five. It's fifty right now at O'Hare forty nine at midway fifty here at the lake front this morning in Aurora. It's forty five. I'm Steve Christianity in the WGN radio newsroom. And these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. Live from the AllState skyline studio. This is the Steve Cochran show on seven twenty WGN. It's funny when he put somebody on this show, you can get the biggest stars. And they couldn't be cooler. And then you get somebody who not so biggest starts get an attitude or an ego problem. He goes somebody that used to be a star. Serious. And sandwiches reminded me. One of those batmans eightieth birthday is Saturday. Adam west is fine. What he's no longer with us. He's always been fine. Oh, he's tougher tougher to book. Now, I will grant you that Robin was played by a guy named Burt. Ward Burt word were so Burt ward. Scabby, two three years ago. Now Burt ward is put down this show. Remember this and Vert wars. Booked on his show to talk about some dog thing he was doing his he he and his wife own kennels. There's a rescue thing. So. Digress. Too far. But occasionally of Brennan to somebody who is famous for one thing, and they don't want to talk about that one thing. So Burt ward one talk about the dog's not about being, Robin. Well, Steve he was booked. But then he had promoted on morning, and then Burt were.
"scabby" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"scabby" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thank you, six thirty seven on Wall Street, scabby, the rat a big inflatable balloon that labor groups us, maybe an endangered species. Nancy Lyons has more from our Bloomberg ninety nine one Washington newsroom, scabby has been around for years. It's about twelve thirty feet. Usually, it's a very garish looking has a scabby sort of underbelly. Bloomberg lost his son who says President Trump's labor council. Wants Gabby deflate it. There's an injunction in federal court right now with the labor board is seeking a quarter of that essentially to get to immediately take down in Iraq balloons, and that would also establish a precedent saying that other folks have a unions other worker protests can't can't use the same balloon in that form of protests there in the past Scottie has received protection. From the first amendment. A ruling on this injunction expected next month in Washington. Nancy Lyons, Bloomberg radio. Thanks, Nancy, six thirty eight on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg green report, here's Bob moon. It's the kind of thing that should make businesses. Happy rolling back costly and burdensome regulations, but when it comes to the Trump administration targeting rules meant to curb global warming, the country's largest companies. See trouble ahead and are already bracing for the effects Bank of America worries flooded homeowners will default on their mortgages, the Walt Disney company is concerned. It's theme parks. We'll get too hot for vacationers while AT and T fears hurricanes and wildfires may knockout it cell towers. The concerns were collected by the UK based nonprofit CDP which tracks business related environmental impacts. And the survey reveals how widely climate change is expected to cascade through the economy disrupting supply chains disabling operations and driving away customers. He had will also offer new ways to make money for one thing. More people will get sick and merkin. Company sees expanded markets for some pharmaceuticals. That's the Bloomberg green business report. I'm Bob moon. Thank you, Bob. It is six thirty nine on Wall Street. The following is an editorial from Bloomberg opinion. California's new governor Gavin Newsom faces an early policy dilemma whether to expand the rights of workers in the gig economy. Uber lift drivers handy dot com. Repairman and others who earn money through online service platforms are classified as independent contractors rather than employees. So they do not receive benefits like overtime or sick pay aren't covered by minimum wage laws and lack collective bargaining rights. Lawmakers in California are considering giving them the same benefits as employee's, but that risks driving up costs, accelerating automation and crushing startups Newsom should push legislators to instead balanced, the concerns of workers and industry giving gig workers more benefits than they currently receive, including a way to bargain, collectively. But not the full range of employee benefits such a deal, wouldn't please all sides, but it would avoid serious harm to innovation and work opportunities. This editorial was written by the Bloomberg opinion editorials, Gordon, I'm David Shipley. For more Bloomberg opinion. Please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion or go on the Bloomberg terminal. This has been Bloomberg opinion. You can hear Bloomberg opinion editorials every weekday at this time s and p futures up three points. Dow futures head by nineteen NASDAQ futures up thirty one points ten year treasury yield two point seven three percent. The two year.
"scabby" Discussed on KPCC
"Will. Kim. Scabby moreno. Welcome back. Our traveling correspondent comedian Tom Papa in a segment we call pin? Number. Are you there, Tom? I'm here Chris on behalf of live from here. I continue my journey across the country shining. A light on all the good people in America. This week. I packed my bag and traveled to Kansas City. A cold grey sky welcomed me with all the warmth of an ice covered tire. Iron. I flew in racing ahead of the year's first snowstorm with a plane full of aggressive Kansas City. Chiefs fans. When they made an announcement that we may take a little more time the land, they heckled the pilot to the point where he said what the hell let's just go for it. My hotel room wasn't ready. So I took a seat in the lobby. We're all the holiday decorations have been removed, and I have to say I was relieved there's something comforting about going back to the low expectations of everyday life. When you're confronted with a Christmas tree, you really feel pressure to act happy, but an empty lobby. We're the only attempted joy is a waving egg on a sign for the all you can eat continental breakfast. You can just be yourself. I sat next to an older gentleman named Danny who was wearing a winter coat and a hat with ear flaps. He was waiting for his wife to finish up in the restaurant. I wasn't invited to lunch. He said, but she needed a ride. So now, I'm sitting here he drove in from overland park. Instead, he doesn't mind if he sits here at home. It makes no difference to me said now that I'm retired sitting and waiting for my way seems to be my full time job. Besides he said, I like watching people in hotels, I like to see if I can guess who's up to no good. I try and separate the businessmen from the men doing dirty business. Have you ever been in a hotel lobby with a stranger and suddenly felt like you were filming an episode of cheaters? I have. Here's a good one for you. He said, my son got married this year and his new mother-in-law likes to hang out with my wife, and I which is fine and she likes to bring along or boyfriend, which is fine too until we went to a concert and saw him with another woman. Well, he sees us comes up and introduces her as his cousin when they went back to their seats. My wife hit me and said cousin my foot keep an eye out. She's gonna slip, and wouldn't you know it about halfway through the concert. She starts nibbling on his ear. Now, I don't know where you're from. But around here cousins don't nibble on each other. So what does my wife do she hauls off? And punches me. He laughed and said we decided it wasn't any of our business. We agreed not to say a word until we were all at dinner at my son's house and my wife blurts out. You might wanna tell your cousin to keep your tongue out of your ear. We.
"scabby" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You. Scabby moreno. Goes. Worship the roll my arm. It's time now to check in with our traveling correspondent comedian Tom Papa and a segment we call out in America. Tom are you there? I'm here. Chris. On behalf of live from here. I'm continuing my journey across the country trying to shine a light on all the good people in America. The new year began with most of the country in a deep freeze any plans for trying to lose weight and eat less has been replaced with hot cookies, warm, blankets and bigger pants. Have you ever reached a point in your life where you finally made a realistic New Year's resolutions? Just stay as fat as you were last year. I have. I couldn't die at this week. I was on a road trip traveling here to San Francisco, I made my first stop in Modesto, California. Just west of the Yosemite national park Modesto surrounded by California farmlands where they grow all the food. There is for all the people in the country without any water. Have you ever driven through miles of American farmland hoping to buy fresh produce? But ended up at a gas station quickie mart. Eating a hot dog in a bag of corn. Nuts. I have. That's where I met Ted Murray. There are married. Couple who've been working on the family farm for over forty years. The most recent three year drought was the toughest they'd seen. But they knew it would break. It always does I wanted to talk about environmental issues, but like most married couples. They just wanted to tell me about their latest fight Murray was annoyed because teddy gotten up first and instead of letting the dog out of her crate and take her outside. He just opened up the bedroom door knowing the dog would jump on marines bed. It was a sneaky trick. She said Ted said not as sneaky as you leading the dog sit on the couch and eat popcorn like a person. They've been married so long Ted is a giant train set in the attic. And it doesn't bother Marie at all. I figure at least now I know where he is. It's not other women. I'm worried about it's an every time he leaves the house these days he forgets where he parked the car. He worked more on his home in the train village. Then he does on his own house. It's the ideal peaceful American town that we all like to think about but the probably never really existed. I look at this village. Sometimes he said, and I actually picture myself living in one of those little houses Marie leaned in some days. I wish he did. It'd be a heck of a lot easier to find his car. Have you ever talked to a farmer from Modesto while eating corn nuts and realize you accidentally swallowed one of your caps. I have. There's something incredibly upsetting about swallowing one of your teeth. It's like a piece of your head is come loose. When you're a child, it's expected, you know, another to grow in its place. But when you're older, you know, whatever came out ain't coming back. Have you ever asked a stranger to look into your mouth for you at a quickie mart parking lot and watches? They quickly got in their car and drove.