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"scheib" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Covert unit and has done it ever since. We're all pray together everyday way push each other. We don't cry together, we'll stuff each other from quitting. After receiving her does she returned to the covert unit, which has grown to three floors in recent weeks? Tennessee's governor, whose resisted mass mandates of restrictions on gatherings, says the state is paying for the Thanksgiving holiday. He's pleading with people not together in big groups for Christmas, saying the vaccine will not cure foolish decisions. For NPR News. I'm Blake Farmer in Nashville. With just two weeks to go before the United Kingdom officially leaves the European Union. British companies are stockpiling goods before new rules and taxes apply. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports that's led to massive traffic jams in the northern French port of Calais. For the last several weeks, the highways in the port of Calais have been clogged with long lines of trucks. The traffic jams are compounded by the fact that there are fewer ferries and trains to carry the rigs across the English Channel due to the pandemic. Sebastian Rivera is head of a French trucking organization. He says truckers are waiting 6 to 10 hours to make the crossing was on the books. Only the devil is 70% of what Britain imports comes through Calais, So it's a strategic nerve center. He says. Fluidity is a top priority. And Rivera says a computer system is ready for the new Customs Declaration starting January 1st, but he fears it may take months for it to work efficiently. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS Calais, France You're listening to NPR news in Washington. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian. What in Oakland. Good morning, The Santa Clara County Public Health Department has begun vaccinating workers from skilled nursing facilities at the county Fairgrounds in San Jose. Dr Marty Finster Scheib is the county's cove in 19, testing officer. So we want to vaccinate and protect those residents and by doing the staff first that will protect the residents who will eventually get vaccinated. Residents in long term care facilities represent about 5% of all covert cases.
"scheib" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Here's what's happening. 300,000 Americans have now died of complications from covert 19. That is more than five times the number of Americans killed in the Vietnam War. The U. S crossed the threshold just as the biggest vaccination campaign in American history got underway yesterday. Process of divvying out the vaccine. The hospital's continues this week in the Bay Area. KCBS is Megan Goldsby takes a look at what that means for residents of Santa Clara County. It started with wish lists of sorts. All of the hospitals submitted their the numbers that they need basically toe. Vaccinate all of their health care workers and so Valley Medical Center along with Stanford, Kaiser and all of the other hospitals did in the first round. We proportion the vaccine according to the need and what we were given, and, says Dr Marty Finster Scheib, the county's covert 19 testing officer. The plan is to do the same. One more doses Come in. Santa Clara is getting 17,550 doses this weekend. That means that is how many health care workers and nursing home residents will get round one of the vaccine. We have been directed that all of our locations initially or to be used as a first dose for everyone receiving it, and then we will then receive The second dose of vaccine so we will not be holding back half of the vaccine. He estimates There are around 130,000 health care workers in various roles in Santa Clara County. So this is just the very beginning Cases in San Jose Megan Gold Speak KCBS. Governor Gavin Newsom tweeted the California will receive an additional 400,000 doses of the Fizer vaccine next week. KCBS is Jeffrey Shall reports Marin County plans to hit the ground running when it receives vials vaccine tomorrow, first stored in freezers that can reach lows of 80 degrees Celsius. Transport vans containing 2000 vials of the Fizer vaccine packed in dry ice will be dispersed Marin County.
"scheib" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily
"How I use the principles of minimalism to make eight thousand dollars by Scheib of simple slow lovely dot com. . If you told me a few years ago that minimalism or simple living would lead to generating money. . I would have laughed away of living helping generate income sounds too good to be true. . and. . Right now, , you're probably wondering how I'm going to spin this and if it's actually as good as it sounds right. . Well from one skeptic to another I, invite , you to open your mind to new possibilities. . Let go of preconceived ideas about how making money should look which for most people looks like being employed and let your imagination lead you because I believe that when you let go of clutter both physical and emotional and embrace freedom, , there were many opportunities for your finances to benefit. . So here we go. . Let's break it down. . Making money was a byproduct. . I never set out to use the concepts of minimalism to make money. . My pathway to simple living was forged through many years of living in the land of busy and overwhelmed. . I chose to slow down and simplify, , and one of the consequences was an opportunity to make money. . It didn't happen overnight. . I spent a couple of years emptying my home of the things that I didn't need anymore drawer by drawer box box. . That's the only way I got there. . There were many times that I wished the process would go faster, , but it just didn't work that way and going slower allowed me to apply and environmental mindfulness to the process. . As ID cluttered and simplified I gained freedom. . When I got to a certain level of empty a few shelves here and there a barebones closets I began to dream of things I'd previously deemed impossible. . For instance, , a family sabbatical overseas seemed a little bit more doable less to pack less to store less work to prepare for. . Okay. . Okay. Enough . Preamble I'll cut to the chase for you now. . Making the money. . So. . How exactly did we make eight thousand dollars as a byproduct of choosing to live more minimally. . We were able to rent our beautiful home over the summer. . We live in a beautiful part of New Zealand with the best, , beach in the world only seven minutes drive from our home. . It's a sought after location for New Zealanders and many foreign tourists to we'd heard of other people renting their houses out as holiday homes and knew that it could be a profitable venture but laden down with four too many possessions. . I never seriously considered this as an option for. . Making money the preparation to get the house ready would have been absolutely enormous and completely unattainable when I left my fulltime job to set about restoring sanity and balance to our house. . We knew that renting our house out would be a great option to help replace a bit of my income, , and by the time we decided to go ahead and advertise I had a couple of years of decluttering under my belt. . There was still work to be done, , but it wasn't overwhelming and having an external goal to hold me accountable helped to push through some of the harder decisions about what state or got donated I'll be honest with you though we do not look like minimalists are home does not have that scandi minimalist look. . We still have stuff. . We still have excess stuff. . In fact, , I'm often embarrassed if anyone sees her garage, , but it's one hundred percent better than it was three years ago. . So. Now, . , let's talk about how minimalism might help you make some money. . How could minimalism help you create extra income? ? Sell items. . I sold a few things but donated most I was already pretty time poor. . So I decided on the more efficient way to purge items. . But if you have some extra time, consider , at least selling your bigger ticket items but also you might hold a garage sale or list your things on a local facebook garage sale page the excess items you no longer want could translate into hundreds of dollars if you want them to. . Buy less. . Put yourself on spending ban and save the money you might have spent. . You might be surprised how much you spend each month on non subsidies? ? Yes. . I'm talking takeaway coffee makeup homewares, , etc. . Check out the year of less by Kate Flanders for more inspiration. . Do what we did. . I highly recommend considering renting out your home for a period. . It won't be for everyone, , but you may not know until you try. . But also if you aren't quite there yet you could consider using the extra time you have by not having as much to clean organize and maintain to earn a little extra money on the side. . Perhaps you have a creative pursuit that you might be able to earn some money from free up your time, , and this could become a profitable reality. . I get that many people do this they rent their whole house or part of it without identifying as minimalist or a slow living advocate. . But I'm giving this way of living full credit for being able to take this opportunity. . I'm so thankful that I'm on this journey to simplify and slow down it's not always easy but there are always hidden gems along the way. .
How I Used the Principles of Minimalism to Make $8,000 by Emma Scheib
"How I use the principles of minimalism to make eight thousand dollars by Scheib of simple slow lovely dot com. If you told me a few years ago that minimalism or simple living would lead to generating money. I would have laughed away of living helping generate income sounds too good to be true. and. Right now, you're probably wondering how I'm going to spin this and if it's actually as good as it sounds right. Well from one skeptic to another I, invite you to open your mind to new possibilities. Let go of preconceived ideas about how making money should look which for most people looks like being employed and let your imagination lead you because I believe that when you let go of clutter both physical and emotional and embrace freedom, there were many opportunities for your finances to benefit. So here we go. Let's break it down. Making money was a byproduct. I never set out to use the concepts of minimalism to make money. My pathway to simple living was forged through many years of living in the land of busy and overwhelmed. I chose to slow down and simplify, and one of the consequences was an opportunity to make money. It didn't happen overnight. I spent a couple of years emptying my home of the things that I didn't need anymore drawer by drawer box box. That's the only way I got there. There were many times that I wished the process would go faster, but it just didn't work that way and going slower allowed me to apply and environmental mindfulness to the process. As ID cluttered and simplified I gained freedom. When I got to a certain level of empty a few shelves here and there a barebones closets I began to dream of things I'd previously deemed impossible. For instance, a family sabbatical overseas seemed a little bit more doable less to pack less to store less work to prepare for. Okay. Okay. Enough Preamble I'll cut to the chase for you now. Making the money. So. How exactly did we make eight thousand dollars as a byproduct of choosing to live more minimally. We were able to rent our beautiful home over the summer. We live in a beautiful part of New Zealand with the best, beach in the world only seven minutes drive from our home. It's a sought after location for New Zealanders and many foreign tourists to we'd heard of other people renting their houses out as holiday homes and knew that it could be a profitable venture but laden down with four too many possessions. I never seriously considered this as an option for. Making money the preparation to get the house ready would have been absolutely enormous and completely unattainable when I left my fulltime job to set about restoring sanity and balance to our house. We knew that renting our house out would be a great option to help replace a bit of my income, and by the time we decided to go ahead and advertise I had a couple of years of decluttering under my belt. There was still work to be done, but it wasn't overwhelming and having an external goal to hold me accountable helped to push through some of the harder decisions about what state or got donated I'll be honest with you though we do not look like minimalists are home does not have that scandi minimalist look. We still have stuff. We still have excess stuff. In fact, I'm often embarrassed if anyone sees her garage, but it's one hundred percent better than it was three years ago. So. Now, let's talk about how minimalism might help you make some money. How could minimalism help you create extra income? Sell items. I sold a few things but donated most I was already pretty time poor. So I decided on the more efficient way to purge items. But if you have some extra time, consider at least selling your bigger ticket items but also you might hold a garage sale or list your things on a local facebook garage sale page the excess items you no longer want could translate into hundreds of dollars if you want them to. Buy less. Put yourself on spending ban and save the money you might have spent. You might be surprised how much you spend each month on non subsidies? Yes. I'm talking takeaway coffee makeup homewares, etc. Check out the year of less by Kate Flanders for more inspiration. Do what we did. I highly recommend considering renting out your home for a period. It won't be for everyone, but you may not know until you try. But also if you aren't quite there yet you could consider using the extra time you have by not having as much to clean organize and maintain to earn a little extra money on the side. Perhaps you have a creative pursuit that you might be able to earn some money from free up your time, and this could become a profitable reality. I get that many people do this they rent their whole house or part of it without identifying as minimalist or a slow living advocate. But I'm giving this way of living full credit for being able to take this opportunity. I'm so thankful that I'm on this journey to simplify and slow down it's not always easy but there are always hidden gems along the way.
The (Urgent) Call to Slow Down
"The urgent call to slow down by. Emma shy above simple slow lovely dot. com. I grew up believing that achievement was a sought after virtue that perfection was to be chased at all costs to slow down and rest was for the week and only acceptable for seven to eight hours of the day. I know that this kind of striving was setting me up to fail this kind of striving didn't leave room for anything but business. At thirty two hours enrolled in a master's degree training, an ultra marathon working fulltime, and learning how to be a mom to my two year old I'll spread too thin and I had no healthy stress relievers at thirty two and many times before as being called urged even by my body and my circumstances to slow down, I wished I'd listened. When Ariana Huffington founder of the Huffington post collapsed on the floor of her office bedroom she blamed burnout and exhaustion her bestseller. The sleep revolution was born out of this experience and a call to rest to slow down. If we consistently ignore the call to slow down, there's a good chance. We will become a statistic if we don't get the rest we need it's likely. We will develop chronic health conditions performed poorly in our work and increase risk of injury and even fatality. Fast and furious are not the only options living life running from one thing to the next doesn't have to be or default a slower more meandering approach is possible but you have to be radical you have to be different and you need to start now. How to answer the call to slow down. Living a more simplified life is a journey and it's not always going to be an easy one. We're constantly pulled in other directions by a culture that is built on speed outcomes and more more more. Slowing down is an iterative process techniques and tricks for living slower that were today might not work for you next. We have to be open to trying new things and taking chances and adjusting course where necessary. Decrease your expectations. One of my biggest roadblocks a slowing down is myself I'm off in my own worst enemy when it comes to keeping things slow and simple slowing down is not just about saying no to others it's also about saying no to myself. No I don't need to make the house perfect every morning before I leave it. No I don't need to serve a three meal when we have visitors. No I. Don't need to Bake for school lunches every week and these nose make way for a few yeses. Yes. I can give myself an extra ten minutes stretch. Yes. I can relax when I have friends over and yes, I can let go of the expectations I. have of myself to provide perfectly for my kids all the time. Increase Self Care. Slowing down looks a lot like self care for me being a highly sensitive person busy schedules increased my anxiety and make me feel overwhelmed very easily. My answer the call to go slower by upping myself care rituals and routines more cups of tea long runs, lighting my favorite candle and honoring my body's need to immerse in nature. Allowing Myself. These small pleasures is my way of putting down busy schedules and putting myself back in the picture self care activities have the ability to rewind the negative effects of a busy stress life. If we are consistent in our approach, ten minutes of yoga stretching every day while have a greater long-term benefit, then a massage and facial once every few months. Opt Out to slow down. You can answer the call to slow down by opting out opt out of potluck dinner with the neighbors opt out that Christmas dress up party you don't WanNa go to but feel enormous pressure to. Opt Out driving your kids to every party or play date, they're invited to you don't have to say, yes to every invite. If you do your schedule will wind up being written by everyone but yourself in the past I've said, yes to things because I feel like I didn't have a choice. The truth is I did have the choice feelings in reality often don't match when it comes to perceptions of what others expect or think of us. They're very few things we do not get to choose. I'm wondering if you are feeling urging call to slow down, is your body mind or soul dropping hints that you need to start paying attention to some of my hints have been a tendency to drink too much wine increasing panic attacks insomnia and a nasty paralyzing anxiety that had me caught an ongoing cycle of seeking perfection and failing.
"scheib" Discussed on Mafia
"At the height of prohibition a small tenement in the East village had a well known. Secret A speakeasy. The little hang out on Saint Marks Place in Manhattan was. The hippest plays around to get some illicit alcohol for everyone and so it was. It's kind of the downtown store club. The in the hierarchy of the places the the real economic comically went to the store club the political elite. The mayor for example would go to the twenty one club The city council. Who Come here? The the way you found speakeasy during prohibition was through hotel concierge and the cab drivers and so Although the Jazz Bob had a number of different names it was always known as shots place. Jibes place was owned by gangster. Walter Scheib toolmaker with well known connections to the mob but Scheib was as much of a front. Is the theater upstairs. It was his boss. Frank Hoffmann who was really in charge of a place. When Hoffman disappeared? What he left behind? Were some shocking secrets. He also knew that hidden in the basement basement behind tons of garbage restaurants stoves. Refrigerators were to safes. From prohibition that contain the tax money on Thirteen years of making million a week. This is the story of a speakeasy with more than the average secrets and how a local family family got pulled into a murder mystery. This is mafia inside. The safes. Saint Marks Place in New York. City was the epicenter of the punk rock scene in the nineteen eighties today. It's vintage shops and small theatres stand as a faded reminder of that era but one building at seventy seventy eight eighty saint marks is a relic of a very different era. A lawyer cannot way the curators and owner of Museum of American gangster At historic eighty saint marks place which is comprised of theater eighty blamed Barnacle Tavern and museum with American gangster. The building itself is also a piece of gangster history. The museum part of the building was was in. At the time the speakeasy was here was a house of prostitution in nineteen. Twenty Two prohibition was in full swing just two years earlier in the United States government had outlawed the sale and distribution of alcohol bars and manufacturers closed down but decreased supply. Hi did not mean decreased demand almost immediately underground clubs sprung up with illegally imported alcohol for sale known as speakeasy speakeasy is it had A one of the largest bars in New York at the time the the bar that you see today half after the original bar. We cut the bar and have to put a backstage in the theater. So if you imagine that wonderful great long Cuban mahogany par doubled has a horseshoe and the entire footprint of the building With backyard is was enclosed as the the dance for so he would look across the dance floor dining room too small stage bootleggers. Who would obtain the illegal? Alcohol were mostly gangsters. The most notorious was Al Capone. A lesser known bootlegger was Frank Hoffmann a Bavarian who was friends with capone in nineteen twenty two. He bought the building then tenement and brothel with the intention of turning it into a money making business but Hoffman was no fool he wanted his name nowhere near and a legal establishment and so he hired Walter Scheib to take ownership of the building living and of the bar basically was May for the hospitality business within organized. Crime He was personable but extraordinarily hard tough something between businessmen and gangster either he found. Hoffman of Hoffman. Found found him. I suppose that he began to get interested in and learned the the restaurant business through his older brother who can wasn't tough enough to make that transition and illegal economy and so Although the jazz lab had a number of different names it was always known as shops place. Jibe active is the face of the bar making friends keeping the place supplied with alcohol. All and handling.
One Month After Australia's Un-Losable Election: Dissecting What Happened
"It's been a month since the federal election and the live apart. And the commentaries they remained in a state of disbelief and despair. This was, we will told the unlivable election. So just how did the pundits get my so badly? Roan is it fair to just blind? The polls will the coalition scare campaign as if scape campaigns never happened in politics. What do you think was this election reminder that many commentators, especially in the camera? Chris gallery. They really do. Leave in a bubble. Well, one veteran columnist consistently believed that the coalition had a pathway to victory and he's my guest today. Jared Henderson, now you've no doubt seen him as a regular guest on the inside, as you can read these call them every Saturday in the Weekend Australian, and he publishes a Wally read blog called media watch dog. Now, jeff. Rod is one of the leading historians of the liberal party. He's books include Menzies child, liberal party of Australia and Santa Maria. A most unusual man as published by immu p the Papp's Jared's. Mine work is executive director of the Sydney institute. Jared, it's great to have you on between the lines. Thanks for the invitation to them. Now, what are the punditry get the election so badly? Wrong, what I think you've got to look at brief contemporary history here. We know that the polls go to wrong with Trump's victory. The polls got it wrong with bricks and the penetration Australia should have been aware that Paul's aunt, who is reliable. But in a in a sense, I think must of the commentators in most of the journalist wanted the coalition defeated, and there was a sort of projection onto the electric of their own views. They didn't believe that the coalition was worthy of government. They didn't believe modem timbale should have been overthrown. They wanted the. Coalition replaced, and I think they projected onto the electric debuts day held without checking out what the views the electric hill, and I think biolog-, many of them are out of touch some common title is on the lift such as professor Judith Brit, from Latrobe university shoot. She took to the cover story in the monthly magazine leading up to the my I election. And she said that this was the headline laced self interest groups, the liberal party has little lift, but appeals to the hypocrisy on her lawn was that the liberals must be hoping that enough of it supporters. These are woods hours, morally bankrupt as it has become happy to try the planets, and they children's future for pocketful of Silva. Judas breath is very often wrong on these matters. It's twenty five years ago. She predicted the end of the liberal party that didn't work out too well, and then I saw her piece in the monthly, but it's rather superficial. Peace and innocent Sasol fractious pace because what she's saying is that Australian shouldn't be primarily consumer their economic interests. Now, I always sought before the campaign during the campaign that essentially Australians would those on their economic interest, because that was the only thing that can really determine about others thought that they should vote on perceptions of climate change who perceptions about the liberal party. But that's not how have worked in the past and, and make sense. If, if you'll someone on on modest to listen, modest means you're gonna look look after self. And, and I think it's wise that you do that. It's not simply self. It's also you family. I think there was a tendency of many of the commentariat heated look down on other astray ins they thought privately I thought they wouldn't express it they thought they went as. Well educated today with I wanted us in a sense that as morals with wanting, the real big issues. I mean in, in a meeting, I did very few discussions before the vixen vetted, one, one business Madiun, David Maron, Jennifer Hewett, and David Meyer. Showed me, the whole election was going to be decided on climate change and suggested David that he might drive out to the suburbs. So into some of the regional towns to find out what people really talking about about. He didn't do this and I didn't finish to the MAs of the will that they, they are get out clause now is that, well that would just following the polls and the polls consistently said that the coalition would not win the election and raises the question. And we saw the same phenomenon happen both with Brexit and Trump. And we've talked about the shy Trump factor that people feed and meeting, I'd vote for the Republican nomination, because he was socially unacceptable during the twenty sixteen Brexit referendum Paul's pointed to remind. Find victory millions of. Scheib residencies unite crypt into the Pauling booze. I voted leave you'll saying the same phenomenon heath. Well, we are saying the same here, but there's another factor. It's wrong to blame the Pels in in this insulin, usually, the Pels arrived, this time, the weren't right? But in any event, the magin was fifty one and a half to forty eight and a half. And that's still within the magic mirror. So very unwise for any journalist to say, well, look, the coalition's behind by that, much, of course, look at ninety ninety three when Paul Keating won a come from behind election victory Johnson. That was a classic wasn't it. Well, it was in 'cause pull ditties victory speech out in the western suburbs. And he come into the second eleven of journalists being sent. All the I live in was hanging around waiting for Joan his victory speech, which he, which he never delivered. So in a column, I did the Australian before in the period of the election said, Labour's, he went from a position on three occasions, not seventy two with Gulf with him. He was not a popular figure, but a huge figure then with Bob Hawke, who was both very popular figure, and a huge figure. And with Kevin rod who wasn't a huge figure, but a very popular figure. Now, when you look at it that way, Bill, shorten wasn't at that level. And then there was this fixation among sections of the press. Go raise it, the review among sections, the prescription some other commentators, that's okay for the liberal party to have a later who might win provided his name, Malcolm Turnbull, preps. Julie bishop. They didn't believe that the term should have been replaced, and therefore, they didn't believe that Morrison could win because they predicted they've you of turn belong to the electorate. But the electric didn't have that view of timber all guest is Jared Hinson is a columnist with the. Australia now on election, not the vanquish Tony Abbott. He talked about a political realignment in this country. Let's heave from the former prime minister. There is something of a rail lineman poets going on rolling around this country. It's clear that in what might be described as working seats. We are doing so much better. It's also clear in, at least some of what described as wealthy Sates way undoing it tough. And the Green Left is doing better. They will be gripe deal of analysis of the pot that climate China deal did not ply in the ring outcome. And let me just say these says, my first word if not necessarily my last word on this subject. Climate change is
Federal election: how did we get it so wrong?
"He's my take on the federal election. Now, there's nothing like a shock election result to force the media sophisticates to eat. They words and the trough of Scott Morrison and the coalition. Well, that's 'cause plenty of verbal indigestion the prime minister Scott Morrison believes in miracles, so he at least saw last night's extraordinary election. Result coming now, of course, the best part of threes since Malcolm timbale, frittered away, Tony Abbott's massive landslide majority, all the bidding markets all the polls all the pundits pointed to alive victory. Probably a landslide and the journalists and intellectuals, they insisted that ordinary ozzy's we wanted to the government to fight climate change more rigorously to soak, the rich with high Texas. We were told that Scott Morrison couldn't possibly win this evangelical coal Cutler was the wrong man for his times. But such as the magic of politics that the government has taunted. Hold on parliament wall. A humiliated live party lost crucial Majdal seats in the eastern states of Queensland TEZ, manure south wiles. The election, frankly will go down as the most dramatic falure of discernment in the history of strategy punditry. Now, does this sound familiar? Remember twenty sixteen and Trump, what started off as unlikely impossible is now, reality, now, remember in two thousand sixteen US pulses had to deal with the shy Trump factor people feed admitting they'd vote for the Republican nominee because he was socially unacceptable. There was one bumper sticker. A friend of mine saw in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This is a democrat state that, that went for Trump and the bumper sticker rid vote Trump, no one will know. And then, of course, the signed on amick was at work in Britain during the twenty sixteen referendum on whether to leave the European Union. The Brexit vote was unlike anything in UK political history, people are still asking, how did they all get it? So wrong palled pointed to a remain victory, but millions of Scheib rigs, a tease krypton. The polling booths and voted leave by depicting its opponents as backward, and deplorable the lift intimidated them into going underground, making it impossible to gorge their strength before an election. Well, I think the upshot of this election here in Australia. Is that shied voters Nash up apple ticks, as I said during the past res television, some of the radio social media outlets. Certainly, they created a climate of opinion in which it was politically incorrect to oppose identity politics, high taxes wealth redistribution, and costly climate mitigation policies in the privacy of the voting booth quad Australians as Scott Morrison calls. Them. They decided that their interests lie in a low tax and results reach market economy. Now, Morrison's, pasta victory, it was about as narrow as Donald Trump's road to the White House, but he was helped by his opponents lose to the
"scheib" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Ninety nine a month after that, you could outta gray show, the Scheib billions amd, premium boxing content. So yeah, go sign up. Super chat from Texas e Ness, a Stacey dash level sellout. He'll I don't even know that means, I don't even know if this did respected you. D level actors man, come on. Cable man, don't don't disrespect if they're bre. That's that's too far. Get yourself some cable you can't disrespect when over my head when the joker so trash. I mean, I don't think that that trial. Yeah. 'cause you like, you know, you watch that. I don't even know you gotta watch. I can't even name one movie outside of coolish. She done Arkansas, bro. See shoot. Shoot brother. I can name her with video when it all falls down. You know? Oh my God. So so now, he said don't disrespect me. But you disrespect you, you only know her for her brother and being in the video. So she's a video. That's. Giving her. She's I wouldn't give a fuck about. Our don't give a fuck about her. She not getting any incumbent for me. And that's why said he went too far by compare you there. I was trying to give you a little credit homeless. Pump the brakes big dumb. But that's what I'm saying. She got one mainstream movie so like. We talked about Stacy those you you decided to give that wack as superjet craters sexy. Again, a con- you saying this is not a duck. I'm saying that and you shouldn't eat I was trying to. Is not connected comeback hunger. Robo nigga. You're running on me. I was here. Amy. Now, we can't hear you nigga over and out. You know, what I'm saying get out? I'm just talking. Well, look here man five million dollars breath. Damn if stuck in my Hake just that can go back and say anything, oh four is a good offer. But maybe Ortiz interstate for pushing for a little bit morning. I came blame him. So what we notice, and we know sky's sports. We know Adam move. I keep saying I seen an interview him as soon as the guy sees won't Ortiz. So the networks on them you gotta spring owner. Give him that six point five baby was getting why not let's go kinda hope you got your mic this guy coming for you another super chase as unnecess- the last couple of shows UK disowns you too. I say what he really Mike what oh, man. You is on the wood a Chambal. How you just go bad like that? Went to the beach to. Eight hundred m seashells like you pick up like you can put him to your ear. I'm just trying to get the. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This foul, right? I'm just trying to get to this last super chat, though that a bonus screen shot to my number my man number one St. where hit that hit that. Like, you already know helps with the visibility this show. Don't forget that did subscribe by while you hitting the subscribe it that notification Bill so you get the notifications. Every time we go live this like third show today, you know, four fun yesterday, so many so just make sure you subscribe, you that notification bell, whereas this last super Chetta trying to post that on the screen. Postie posting away from the mid one St. where? Hit that like that that that. Right. You light? And that's news hit that. Like, it's free. We. Prince. What prince Genucel he says TV what's up shot off all the shows. You have been putting out or TS ten million. He trip and seven million more like it. More like and PS free yellow Meli. Frio Milly or says why and w be just trying to make sense of what they put. I don't know. But at least, and that's what I'm saying. Joe ten million is a lot come back though with that counter offer. Remember Hearns is expected to make account offer. All right. I've given everybody up -tunities get on the show. We by the Goto the colours, but it's straight drive by mold. So get your shit together. Know what you want to say. Don't unless you want to smoke, no confidence..
"scheib" Discussed on PRI's The World
"And that's the other point they keep making walls, don't work. They're totally ineffective except in prisons and the. Vatican. Okay. Before we accept accept Chuck Schumer's claim about walls. As fact just one simple question what about Israel. So what about those walls Israel has built two of them one along border with Egypt and one on the border with the occupied Palestinian territories. There are lots of people with lots of perspectives on Israel's walls, we're going to hear just two of them. Now, I shy Bezeq. He's a former Israeli consul general in Boston and Miami. He's now in Tel-Aviv, I asked him about Israel's wall along its southern border with Egypt. It's the one that's most comparable to Trump suggesting we have a very interesting border between us and the the the length of the border is around two hundred and fifty kilometers, which is around one hundred seventy miles something like this going on the desert as I say, and before we have defense, we have thousands of immigrants in many illegal immigra-. Rants coming every year, something sometimes every months, and it was a huge burden since we stopped the establish these fence which took three and a half years in almost seven hundred million dollars to build it in the last year. I believe eleven people came across these borders. There are many experts here in the United States who say look, you can build a wall along the US Mexico border as long as you want. They're still going to be people finding their way over or under it. So I want to know what makes that one hundred and fifty mile wall dividing, Israel, and Egypt so effective like they're special systems or technologies that are being we'd have we definitely have to colleges which is not enough by the way, three years after they finish the wall. They put in other fence to make higher or on top of the fence, which to make it more effective. But beside of that, of course, we have a surveillance technology. All around the border. You can see what's going on there from control centers. The army is patrolling. Of course, our situation is not always the same as you have with Mexico. Trump in the sense of Israel, it it works. Very good. So do you think Donald Trump's comparison between the US outhern border and the borders of Israel is kind of a false comparison. I don't think it's false. I don't think it's false. I think he's right. It was successfully needs Royal is it going to solve the long border with Mexico as you said many times more than Israel. I don't know is it the same thing for for the issues to have with immigrants coming from there. So the hour different issues, but the it's it's very fair comparison. I the President Trump made when he compare the effectiveness of their will in Israel and everybody knows he's ready to another states, many, many other issues. I hear I hear some kids in the background as opposed. They're also agitated by the whole discussion of the wall. Yes. Eight. Beninga and my twin daughters are now on they're on the way to bed they have school tomorrow morning, and I'm happy to hear they're happy voices from the from the other room so shy. Bizarre. Let me ask you one more thing. Do you think Isreaeli leaders would would've ever shut down their government if they didn't get money for their will? Oh, we don't have this kind of system. You have we many many times we in Israel are envy with you Americans for your Emets ING government system with checks and balance the president's Senator supreme court and the parliament, and the congress really when we Say say. you still say it as amazing. We still see the mazing. I think your system the wonderful constitution, which was written so many years ago in stem, so effective, and we sometimes and we with you. But of course, they are issues that your have to address. Scheib Azzak is a former Israeli diplomat now based in Tel Aviv as a consultant. Thank you very much..
"scheib" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Funniest joke of the whole. The what? They were they were there. But they were under a table. With Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey because this fun for everyone. Don't you? Yeah. Maybe we don't need to show twelve straight hours of a tweet Trump said with like seven different panels discussing why it was bad. I hate to say it. But I think Michelle wolf has a sound point there. Yes. She does. Let's return if we could to. To Ellen Dershowitz. Let's go back. We have a sound bite. Number four. Am I right about that sound bite number four? What? Alan Dershowitz, talking about the special investigator. Robert Mueller the special counsel. And again, I've got some funny CNN audio too because they're just an embarrassment. But the Washington Post on the front page today, actually has this headline. I just can't say it's not it's not as good as the New York Times headline from earlier this week. My new vagina won't make me happy. That's gotta be the headline of the week. I think at its Friday. So at should probably hold up. But you know, that person who's getting the new vagina. I have the new China and sold yesterday. I keep saying that. But now had it installed yesterday. It was down to Earl Scheib little touch and had the old out with the old. I guess it would be off with the old in with the new right? And that right. That's what it would be the surgery. They should have shown it on TV should have been on PBS. We're paying for it Ray. Should we should get to see this stuff? But the Washington Post has headline today. Trump individual one is newly cast as center of special counsel's probe..
"scheib" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Twentieth. Joke of the whole. The what? They were they were there. But they under a table. With Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey because this fun for everyone. Don't you? Yeah. Maybe we don't need to show twelve straight hours of a tweet Trump said with like seven different panels discussing why it was bad. I hate to say it. But I think Michelle wolf has a sound point there. Yes. She does. Let's return if we could to. To Ellen Dershowitz. Let's go back. We have a sound bite. Number four. Am I right about that sound bite number four? Court tra- Ellen Dershowitz talking about the special investigator. Robert Mueller the special counsel. And and again, I've got some funny CNN audio too because they're just an embarrassment. But the Washington Post on the front page today, actually has this headline. I just can't say it's not it's not as good as the New York Times headline from earlier this week. My new vagina won't make me happy. That's got to be the headline of the week. I think and it's Friday. So it should probably hold up. But you know that person who's getting the vagina vagina and sold yesterday. I keep saying that. But the headed and sold yesterday was down to Earl Scheib little touch up and had the old out with the old. I guess it would be off with the old in with the new right? Isn't that? Right. That's what it would be the surgery. They should have shown it on TV should have been on PBS. We're paying for it race. Should we should get to see this stuff? But the Washington Post has headline today. Trump individual one is newly cast as center of special counsel's probe..
"scheib" Discussed on Q95
"The car. Oh boy. Sixties were amazed. This was the fifties. French accent? That took a long time. I had done a lot of body work on that car before I took thorough Chaib but trying to see how they vet car had so much Bondo. You could drive it through metal detector wouldn, go off. A lot of money. Not a piece of metal. We do the nine ninety five now or something. I don't think there's any left. Well, there are there are other shows. Really? Oh, I thought block. Yeah. There's still there's still Shakey's pizza Earl Scheib if you want. How do you spell Chaib? S H E B, and he would always go. He goes, oh, I'm Earl Scheib, and I wanna pay this week only. I don't think girls with us anymore. But I think the company. Log on scenario. Cleveland, Saint Louis, Los Angeles all over the place. Okay. There you go. So how much how much it cost her panel car? I just put it in my maps. It was sort of like winless drive through car washes. Come out to clean up the windows, buddy. We also have John do you wanna give us a preview of your baseball segment? I can just say this I stayed up until about two in the morning watching the Yankees Red Sox. And then ultimately the dodgers and the Colorado Rockies because I don't have cable, and I was in a hotel last night. So. Not available. The Yankees held off the Red Sox clinching on their home field and the dodgers extended their lead in nationally, western two and a half games in dramatic fashion, which I will talk about. Okay. All right. And then did we have any other exciting off the field that I know we had the, of course, the Baltimore Orioles. And the the braille uniform discussed that exciting. Exciting. You don't exciting for me. Apparently for no one else. I thought it was a nice event. Yeah. We mentioning a couple of times had the young man who's a freshman in high school who was blind who scored a touchdown his football. Baseball thing. It was one yards keeping with our blindness theme a one yard run into three yard run blind. Give him a break. Just I've always said I think I could score a touchdown in an NFL game. Yes. Yeah. More more. So than I could hit a baseball in a profession. On the one yard line with the proper formation, right? Offensive line. I think I could score. Which is the hardest thing to do score. Touchdown. The NFL make a basket in the NBA hit a goal in hockey or I would say what? Never. Hockey to be able to escape and shoot at the same time at that level. But you're saying so the team could carry you through I think the right circumstances. I could I could score and and and taste the glory of scoring and NFL. I think you could score. Then they'd have to bring out the thing with the were they have to get your neck. So it doesn't move. I disagree. I disagree. I think they would offer me a contract with your speed, John it, I'd probably run you around the around the. Right in. I like Brad up the middle. All right. You're you're you're not a full over the top Herschel Walker. Okay. I be crushed. You think? So over the top you could you could you stand and watch someone throw one hundred mile an hour baseball. Oh, yeah. I could stand in could stand there ninety in. Come..
"scheib" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Then I was exiled written doing that, but we had to have a repainted. We did. We did. We've painted silver and then we put Pinsker his pinstripes on the thing windows the inside had like velour back then the old conversion vans kind of thing. Dude, we are twins separated at birth. This is so weird. I don't know how much money we made on that, but I can take the next five and probably come close to what we did, how much money we made. And that's how I paid for my increasingly expensive cars and my site cycling habit before I became got on a team that's paid for not is crazy. I one was a El Camino painted for ninety nine dollars. Earl scheib. That's kind of crazy. You know what? I'm totally lying. My first one was a motorcycle because you talking about we chrome d- the the muffler on it. Remember that process that would have been at age ten, totally. You grab a growth in bowling? Green, Kentucky, wow. This is crazy no connections there. It is dead sold used cars before that in Anaheim though. So that's okay. Your neck of the woods crazy. So we talked and I mentioned, I think we we were talking before the show here where zig Ziglar became infamous as a sales professional. That was his first area of expertise, and he took his success. They're taught sales for places like, you know, Mary Kay and a lot of big organization from that. He then came into personal development at large. So here you are having found a great niche great success in health and wellness. And you mentioned a minute ago as you got into personal development goal setting, was there a time line where you felt? I again, I'll use that. We're. Kettles kettles for doing that or you felt like, you know, I've got the breadth to be able to do that or where weren't you come into that war. I had major success with my first infomercial. It was a number one infomercials called turbo jam. It released in two thousand four, five sold millions of copies, and I felt guilt. I fell. I remember when my first royalty check came to our mailbox, opening it up and my husband's looking over my shoulder at this and he was like, like super excited in. I felt a wave of nausea and I started crying and I laid down and he thought I was crying because I was like tears of joy, but it was just an overwhelming sense of guilt guilt and also fear because as I shared with you, my my belief was that I always had to do more. And here I got this big check and I was just thinking to myself. I don't know how do more. I don't know how I'm gonna. I'm gonna hung on top. This is not enough. I I'm not sleeping as it is just an overwhelming sense of guilt. And I use that guilt to say, okay, but everybody you can do this to, you know, it's not because of my degree and fitness, which I don't have. It's not because of, you know, the perfect body, which I don't have. It's because a personal development that I'm here. And so a way for me to feel better about the position that I was in was like, okay, I'm gonna teach everybody exactly how I did this. And that year I vowed to teach one hundred thousand people my own system of attacking goals, which I call push goal and I created a Facebook page and collected Email addresses in every day for thirty days. If you send me your Email address, I sent you an individual video kind of detailing highway organized. My goal. Setting my life and and accomplish things that I was able to accomplish in that first year..
"scheib" Discussed on KTRH
"The truth is that people are good if you let them be good but no more we can't let people be good we can't have people say good things or things that you know that may you may not agree with because immediately asked to be slammed in slapped around in and it's up to you to tell tell them that their best them insists doesn't work i was sharing with a girl that i was working with that i come across some children's but over a hundred years old and you know i kinda read true and then yeah times have changed but nonetheless it was still fascinating to look at this but it's fascinating to see how the attitudes have changed in how we treated people back then now you're not out loud conservatives aren't and that's the thing is that we've had the media programs and things they are and know liberals are not that americans there are a lot of liberals had a lot of great ideas and they still have a lot of great ideas right now it's been hijacked it's all been hijacked and we're hating each other because of it will be back breaking news twenty four seven from the gallery furniture in america's studios this is newsradio seven forty ktar h houston's news weather traffic and iheartradio station was election night in several states across the country i'm eric scheib is eleven thirty on newsradio seven forty ktar h with traffic and weather together here's plane brooks probably watch for log sanish head westbound at two forty dive stalled truck takes up the right lane some overnight roadwork zones to be aware of i fortified the gulf freeway northbound at the six ten south loop also sixteen east loop southbound at market street some repaving operations going on the area of reduced to one lane at times blame brooks the gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic.
"scheib" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio
"Was the fourth country that starts with an i up to visit fucked i'm trying let me give you a little spiritual what country do you think of when israel israel benadryl bingo yeah so the four countries ireland iceland italy and israel so true and that we're going to keep high rack and i ran off that list two hundred and fifty hot tours no no no no not at all hey are you guys so much going on so much going on that i was so honored last week with that that party they threw for me seven casey mode did it had a nice cake and they made pictures of all not all but so many of the guests that i've interviewed over the years and cash i just can't tell you how much i enjoy doing this radio show and i want to dedicate this radio show today to my great friend glenn scheib who passed away went to be with the lord yesterday just i i'm going to share a few more things at the end of the program because i sure don't want this program to be a downer but what i do want you to know is we had dinner with glenn and his wife gloria last saturday night we could go today he died five six days later actually unbelievable on believable life is so precious hug if you're married hug your spouse tell him tell him or her you love her you have some friends that you haven't talked to in a while that have meant a lot to do the same thing tell them how much appreciate what am i bodies that was there at the hospital yesterday said he does something and i just love this i'm going to start doing this he calls five friends that have meant something to him in his life every day just to say thank you and appreciate and kinda reminisce about some of those some of those memories that they've had together and i'm going to start doing the same and i urge you to do the same.
"scheib" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"Food situation an at camp david it's the navy again but back to the white house screening even applies to things like snacks like they're so secretive about this that many times when the president decides he wants to certain kind of snack the white house will often arranged to have it delivered to one of the homes of a resident staff member just no one knows his head to the president is that crazy and and that is crazy you know we we were talking about security clearance earlier and there was a great quote from the former executive chef walter scheib in this interview with the site munchies and he said in terms of the few of us that are in the kitchen who have that clearance if you think about it we're not just a round outside in next to the president were physically inside of him in a way you may be one of the singularly most trusted people in the whole country wow i add honestly never thought about that but i soon this is another one of those really long our jobs as well definitely so they executive chef often puts an eighty five hours a week while are so the executive chef was one of the big jobs added by jackie kennedy so what was the other one yeah all happily go into that but why don't we take a quick break first you and your cliffhangers today mango hey there podcast listeners the last couple of weeks mango and i have been testing out the new beat studio three wireless headphones these things are incredible for music to podcast i've been listening nonstop actually had a pair on a flight last week to new york mi2 wining babies proud grandfather's some business guy yapping about synergy like i didn't hear any of that all i heard was.
"scheib" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"And who knows but we got that announcement today but the new acting director for the ethics office and lo and behold well after the close of business on this summer friday night's we got another big piece of news from the ethics office in serving the president's family jared kushner has amended his financial disclosure forms that he is required to file turns out he found more than seventy five different assets that his lawyer says he plum forgot to declare before so we got that news tonight from the ethics office at seven pm eastern time kushner updating his financial disclosure form revealing more than seventy five new assets and millions of dollars he didn't previously disclosed and just look at this if you look at jared kushner's new form cui put that up you will see that the ethics official who certified this form is the new and reputedly more lenient acting director of the office is new form was signed off on by the person who the white house plucked out of line for that job ends he signed off on that form not today when we got it well after close of business on the summer friday night actually signed off on it yesterday thursday but then that form for some reason doesn't hit the news until friday night after the close of business apparently that timing is unusual for that office be spoke again tonight to walter scheib the former ethics director he told us it's been the agency's policy for years to release financial disclosures on the same day they are certified if a report seemed likely to garner extra attention like say a disclosure from the president's soninlaw he says the office made an extra effort to ensure that the forms got released to the public the same day they were signed.
"scheib" Discussed on NPR News Now
"I have tomorrow's g twenty summit president trump is taking aim at russian aggression trump spoke to a crowd of several thousand in warsaw poland yards russia to see sits destabilizing activities in ukraine and elsewhere and its support for hostile regimes including syria and iran but trump did not address alleged russian meddling in last november's us election telling a news conference nobody knows for sure the president is expected to meet with russian leader vladimir putin tomorrow their first such meeting since trump's election the white house says president trump will move in short order to find a new leader for the office of government ethics and the irs peter overby tells us the current director walter scheib jr is resigning after months of challenging the trump administration's ethical standards water shahed made the seventy person oji e into some sort of ethics celebrity is he maneuvered and cajoled the trump white house into complying with the ethics laws sometimes he failed trump refused to give up ownership of his businesses which would have prevented conflicts of interest but schaab negotiated complex divestiture agreements with trump's daughter ivanka trump and soninlaw jared kushner when they went to work in the white house and he played a good bureaucratic game is he pried loose ethics documents that the white house tried to keep private trump's nominee for ote director will need senate confirmation so far there's no indication who that nominee will be peter overby npr news washington this is npr news.
"scheib" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The 2016 election the two leaders will meet tomorrow i think it was russia but i think it was probably other people and door countries and she nothing wrong with that statement nobody really knows the us needs russia's support to put new international sanctions on north korea they are behaving in a very very dangerous manner and something we'll have to be done about it in the wake of its sent missile task mr trump was asked if he's ready and willing to take military action i don't like to talk about what i have planned but i had some pretty severe things that we're thinking about the threats posed by north korea will be a topic when president trump and putin meet tomorrow james are also going to discuss a us proposal to collaborate with russia to end the bloody war in syria ordered brennan and hamburg thank you so much back in washington in the government ethics watchdog who raise red flags about trump family business dealings resigned today then he talked to our juliana gold the specter of a conflict of interest as always looming out there walter scheib has been a unique voice at the government's ethics chief he's taken on his boss president donald trump pub locally but today he gave up i really feel like i don't like the current circumstances he says that unless president trump eliminates all financial ties to his businesses the american people can never be certain his policy decisions are based on what's best for the country do you think the president and his family are using the office to enrich themselves i can't know what their intention is i know that the fact is that there's an appearance that the businesses are profiting from his occupying the presidency but at this point it sounds like you're saying you can't be sure you can't be sure and so it it almost it doesn't matter whether they are profiting or not america should have the right to know what the motivations of its leaders are in previous administrations the office of government ethics operated below the radar shot change that shortly after the election when he unleashed a series of sarcastic tweets prodding mr trump to divest his assets in in many ways what i was really trying to do with that is a communicate with the president using the medium that i saw him communicate in but he never spoke with the president.
"scheib" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Director of the office of us government ethics walter scheib junior announced his resignation today correspondent bob costantini says it's effective as of july nineteenth president trump sri quick use of his resorts were doing government business and foreign dignitaries events that trump hotels were particularly troubling to walter schaab the federal government's ethics watch a holdover from the george w bush administration has announced his resignation he's planning to take his concerns to the nonprofit campaign legal center microsoft is laying off thousands of employees in a shakeup aimed at selling more subscriptions to software applications that can be used on any internetconnected device stocks took a dive on wall street the dow drought one hundred and fifty eight points the sp five hundred lost 23 the nasdaq shed sixty one points i'm barbara kusak by the time that we gotta there his rooms nld was smell the wind had blown and drifted the snow up against the sideline house blocking the exhaust from my furnace kick i heard the smoke alarm going off guy friends apartment without the kiss knuckle arm my son would not be here today hadn't non van for them the went outside to turn they would come to school and have their teacher i grabbed my fire extinguisher important fire kidding makes technology that saves lives get these essential products at the home depot this is charles osgood five times more hires are made through indeed girl than any other job site according to interpol rated research imagine a lottery that had five times more winners irs sunday with five times.