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"sean car" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"1.5 Steve Travel Lease. Alex Trebek passed away at the age of 80 pancreatic cancer lost a fight. Taped. A lot of jeopardy is that we get the C spent the last day of his life. On his swing chair here, Furbish with his wife. Looking at the horizon. What better way to go? So I'm asking you now that Alex Trebek is gone? Who would you say is the most beloved person in America? Kyle is on route 18 under jersey. Want a 1.5? Hey, Kyle. Good. How are you? Uh, yeah. Opponent. I mean, I think that goes for old age groups. I was personally thinking investors alone. Sylvester's Don't there, Y Stallone. I mean, he's just a great influence and movies this with Iraqi tribute alone, and I think we all age groups really high impact a lot of people. You know what the thing about Stallone and like he was, He's very use a self made man. You know the story Iraqi where he wrote it and wouldn't let anybody else play him and sold his dog for $50 in order to eat, and he still wouldn't take like hundreds of thousands of dollars to let someone else play Rocky. Ah, but between Rocky and Rambo, Rocky, Rocky's in credit, Rocky, I think is the greatest franchise ever. Yeah, and you know, there's there's so many great lines. So many great like lessons learned in all those movies. You know, there's a soliloquy and every move even Rocky Balboa, you know, a swell winning is all about. It's just Yeah, I could say that. Yeah. Oh, our rose the one where I loved the part where meal of into million plays the son. And they're going. He's like 62 years old. He's going to fight the last round of his life against the guy against What's his name? The 33 year old guy. But and Mila event the millions that die, Dad one more time to go in there. Just stay out of it, And then we're gonna go home. Andi looks at him and he says I got to go out the way I got to go out and they knew it. The kid couldn't understand. Nobody in the room could understand. Adrian was gone. Miki was gone and for one last time. He's going to just go crazy. That is that is one of it. For me. One of epic scenes of Rocky was that last No. One. There's going to be the last fight, and then Rocky stays alive and becomes a trainer in Crete. But yeah, I would ghosts alone. I know about most beloved in America, but I like it. How about you? If you had to spend the if you were going to predict how you want to spend the last day of your life, what would you want to do? What I want to do, man. I rather be out to sea. I don't know. Put me on a giant yacht. You go. Ah, scantily clad women around you and feeding you caviar and graves is late and you're on and everything. I mean. Yeah. There we go. Thanks to call to New Jersey. 1/1 0.5. She has the right to want to go, You know, like James Bond. I think John Conrey spend the last day of his life Now that would be pretty cool. You know, I don't You know that he blew up the volcano. He's on the life raft with Ursula. Andris, you know, Okay. I from go. Now he's seriously. That's a guy. I don't know what the details were of how he died or up into his path was called 90. Well, Do you know if you want? I have nine PM Sure he had his fun. And you know, at the end, you want to kind of relax when you're Sean Connery. And you were Sean Connery. Like you know you. Could You imagine what he gets up to the pearly gates? My name is Connery, Sean and they just opened up And then and then, and then then, then, then, and Roger Moore. Oh, maybe he's here. Of Ah, big. We'll assume they got into heaven. I was going to say, you know, it's like I'm Connery, Sean car kind of God's kind of rolls his eyes at him. And just like, just pushes the trapdoor lever on. It was like James Bond can do that. You are Sean Connery as much as you are, James Bond. Don't steal the line, my friend. I think I think God would say Shaken, not stirred on the martini would be ready for with no problem. Oh, I'd assume so That's probably gonna be the best part about having no hangovers. Really? How do you know? Well, I mean, I don't know what's going to come back to tell you. I mean, God's not going to make hangovers a thing in head and that's just absurd. Here we go. More more people. Ah, no matter what is it? Ah! Most beloved, always beloved, my most beloved people in America. We got Joe Pesci see Joe Pesci pressures on there. Joe Pesci as the most beloved person and a very wide Oh, I feel you. Ah, Okay. We got Ah, a lot of Betty. Why? Jimmy Carter. Um Ah. Here, we got Regis Philbin. Regis is a good one region when he was alive. Yeah. Up until about a month ago. Jesus. Too many people died. William Shatner. I've got 11 that I was thinking about. I don't know if anyone, said Morgan Freeman. That's been on the list. He's God. Aah! 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"sean car" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"sean car" Discussed on Uncommon
"Still get a group of close friends together every year and ran the marathon The first year obviously because the emotions were so high you know. He writes a lot of money For Educating Africa and the Children's Hospital And prior to that you know we're just a little small fundraisers for education and stuff you know so we were used to like sort of small amounts and just doing doing tidbits and then all of a sudden we had this laptop of of money and we You know this is huge. What we just like pull this into into sponsoring kids in education and for years conversations with business partner in Malawi the G. R. That we work with it talked about this idea for medical clinic in the community. Because there's a government hospital down the road which is about twenty minutes away but again people in rural Africa Darn Have Qazi access to transport if you do need just basic healthcare along that time a lot of the time I would access that because the hospitals too far away which is where. Ngi through volunteers had implied a role. In I'm doing community outreach. Mobile clinics and stuff so then the idea behind his clinic is that will centralise a lot of is give papal a facility within walking distance guy get bandages. Dopp Kit General Health checks and all this other stuff that you know. The the hospital is either too far away to do. Sometimes you know beyond capacity to be able to provide that help because they're doing die surgeries little you know the sort of big things always q. Out The door for services Embarked on that in two thousand and fifty eight and every year. We've you know I rise more and more money to this guy and we've got a clinic built It's neely ready to open your practice with put a lot of money and Tom into it. And we've brought groups of people I've.
"sean car" Discussed on Uncommon
"That and I always proud that I've been able to apply myself and get something out of it for not just so maybe for the kids. Then you know you you leaving And then in that sign in that same sort of experience. I've made a lot of kids. Who were finishing Standard Standardi-? They're winding their widening four for high school the following year but the school system over there were similar. Try University system. Where like the better your score is the medical and the university qualify for over there. The Betty Finish on a primary school lady examination. The the better school you can you. Can you can get into government private or like a boarding school. And obviously the face fluctuate according to the quality of the school so you have kids in monkey by Malawi. Living in the cyber will conditions is all night and I really talented and smart off can get into a private boarding school in. Gotcha which isn't a forty five minutes of the ride. Wake Forest Guy. So then you'd make these kids and you talk to head. Moss's neurosis kids signed predicament. Geez I saw as a twenty year old unique student. The thought built a connection through some shooting with some of the kids and I'd like to work through the head. Mosses support Uvira Gio and then the more schools. You went in the air in the Mo- Mossy Spicy. You just realize sort of the skype the problem you know there was a lot of kids who literally couldn't finish school which is giving them some fighting chance of you know that you see in an opportunity law so if they can't even get through school we. I will you know what's the point and then when you learned just how little it costs to get through school you guy you know. Should I think we can really try and do something? So that's where yet educating was kind of born because I got high eventually had a blighted twenty-fifth because I'd had twenty fifth in.
"sean car" Discussed on Uncommon
"Allowing completely off the cop and when I got there yeah I mean it was. It had such a distinct difference from Kenya and Tanzania already could really put my finger on it was so it's more you're sort of African Community when you get into Malawi. Was You know this when you get to Kenya? And you get to Nairobi. And it's still caught a big Cedar Mesa Linda soon as you get out of that. So like quintessential what you would associate Africa. Debate was when you get some allow. It's just like this sort of every day. Almost like working class is the the people they're just fantastic for me outside like you struggled not to say a smile on. Somebody's face to spot in other situations that I am themselves with nothing and through that experience obviously did some education volunteering as a teacher which was an enormous challenge. Twenty had classes of like sixty kids. Obviously English I had and it was it was it was a real Shicheng because the school's always volunteering out in rural Malawian tackle monkey vibe which I'll still go back to every They schools Was Struggling to the point where I didn't have qualified teachers. And you have a primary school in allowing four years of high school so you get a lot of kids that they schools be classes and most of them are being taught by civil servants. Muslim qualified teachers. So they'd say this like you know what person coming into town is all you know. You must be like a really well equipped experienced tie. He takeover the Class Diwan while we not so. I just WANNA check out incorrect.
"sean car" Discussed on Uncommon
"Rather when you're on the stage panel in front of a live. Tv Costas Right. Yeah exactly. It's like spiking Manton as opposed to just like speaking to your audience yet lost lost that connection. I think I want to talk about caring Africa before we get into AL rapid fire questions. I'm very intrigued by the rapid fire. Yes I've been very intrigued. By the fictive altruism movement particularly people like We'll mccaskill but the famous one is paid a singer that everyone always references. I know that you got into this charity work. I don't re- well. You started your own charity twenty. But before that you'd worked in South Africa Kenya Kenya again Malawi. And I think it was two dozen twelve where you really hone you. Focus on supporting secondary students to go to school. I remember when you were raising money for. That was a soupy engine campaign. I remember reading saying the by Saad later actually found that old article. I I know it's one of the things that your partner Jim now really lax about your personality loves about your personality that passion to help people and I think that was being before officially about you visiting South Africa Africa as a kid. And we spoke about the fact that that civic-mindedness comes from your mom why specifically helping people in Healthcare and education and why specifically these two countries. It's pretty random. People often ask me. Why Malawi and the honest answer to? That is As I said August wanted to get away from Melvin for walls a young twenty year old sort of DC. I should be disenchanted with With University at the time I was in a bit of concern just needed. I'll just wanted to skype do something meaningful so. I thought you know. I've always wanted to go to Africa. I'll never necessarily thought you know determined melodic volunteer and like make a difference but then naturally always been someone locks engaging with people and that extends to Moi interest in travelling of both when I was traveling after what I don't WanNa discounts if our in the normal normal bullshit in actually going experience a little bit of one. It's locked to ban African rural community. So the no better way to do that than explore some NGOs. That are out there and do some volunteering. So I'm always wanted to. Some wildlife related style falls a big Fan of law long king. When I was a kid saw chase for a few weeks that opportunity guy into long king Africa found an opportunity to do that with Co Wall Loft Quest Kenya And that was wildlife research on the Kenyan Tanzanian boulder in a tackle Rumba for two weeks oil. The chilly out just like a open. Plying Conservancy Kilimanjaro is right there like every morning and it's like a giraffe made his life and you can say this is the choice aspect of March sold out and then I thought next stock ought to do a couple of countries then on all kinds of decisions I really wanted to just You know like five six weeks in one country and really do it. Well you know and understand it and throw a bit of a connection with it and it was completely random on law and I think I had an opportunity in size and beer. And then there's another one in Maui and I remember one not just stop after dinner garden talking to to Mamat St Louis and back in those days. And I said to our money records Zambia. Malawi families early genies and she said all fed really cool things about me. Maybe give that one guy. I said got up allowing completely off the cop and when I got there yeah I mean it was. It had such a distinct difference from.
"sean car" Discussed on Uncommon
"I suppose I suppose shines. I'm passionate and it's sort of Stubborn belief in the power of print media off a local meant that he's having conversations with him over the past that you know. Maybe we should start exploring what's been euro-zone powder business model and I suppose that that that sort of mode of thinking is provided where we're at now. What we've got sort of divided systems of this is sort of well past that now. I'm just going for a coin sleight just going with fresh systems and fresh and I need my menton because I found out that well pasta. They used nothing but that is a lot of the industry. I mean like if you work at any large corporations while the always always some like legacy system that you just know if they would have redeveloped this thing like they would have to. Just throw it out and just stop fresh and this is the reality of the situation. I feel like that is something that was. From an era of ten to fifteen years ago would be resist them and change it every so often but now all of these new CMS systems and wordpress guide like that that they just constantly updating base. Which makes it better for us. The publisher and that's what I think has done really well but we're still like a classic among publishers. But I was just surprised that these Ralian uses word pressure. Newscorp hadn't built they run the new school putting us. Because now you fill pot of volks. Vox got one so anyway. I just found that super fucking think as well. I'm from the aesthetic point of view even along the functionality of it all you know. I've looked at a couple of other models of how you know some some influences of what way maybe WanNa mirrow annual look websites. I go into the Herald side and the age and they sort of these classic news. Sautin they're just saturated with a bit too much luck getting zoe look on their website a little bit. It's just too much going on with the new design. We've gone for a little bit more clean. Minimalist top of top of look. I think that's sort of where on looking to simplify things on our website. A little bit just having some couple K. faith.'. It just draws people in rather than you get the website and the Herald Sun and he's just like chasing just WanNa look for this story. Here always the search button. That's off onto distressful experience. I think from our point of not being the Herald Sun. Obviously where local news? We want to just sort of simplify out a little bit. Mike user friendly if you look at the city news. I don't know if the the actual warnings can say see this but you've got the The good old Chinese characters. The Chinese Clive. Do you still have the The Chinese version of translation. That's right and that's another area that With the creative team we start. Having conversations with is another area that we're looking to explore more. So whether that be transcribing every story in the paper and putting in a lawn for example How we realized that too. I Janis Audiences. Still sort of you. Know the discussion. But we've with the new designs we do have a Piedra Chinese translations in every pipe and L. And that is Paying respect to deep shade number of mandarin-speaking people that live in our postcards particularly sabre day where I think it's like forty something percent of the people who actually established day spattering. So yeah it's it's definitely a necessary aspect of Alpbach it so we need to obviously pay respect to that and just show them that way. Acknowledge Their existence. You have one hundred percent if you go down Elizabeth's straight near Latrobe and whatnot is now become like it's another chinatown. And it's it's a real like mini megalopolis. The wind those apartments have sprung up and the soy many ex-pats which is just like in the near at ten years ago it was nothing it was just factories in full student cognition. Now what if you let I guess would have been the highs and lows of learning from that marketing? You getting more Chinese appetizers approaching you or if you found that quite hard panic and in in sign that way. I mean. We've made a few approaches to Johnny's Basinski. There's a this is China There's a cancel on Sydney Melbourne. Kevin Louis WHO's got Sort of a good Intel into that into that world and this Chinatown race inked So they're yes. There's some strong links. Staten have explored. You walk around those areas of the city which you mentioned and there's actually a lot of Chinese publications already and I get a lot of advertising from all not just in the city that all all parts of town So yeah it is. It is a challenge breaking into that market. We have explored the idea of just trying to subsidize the translations pageant laced And that's also potentially a good barometer into tracking the Chinese engagement because then if peace is doing well added and they might say and I like keep going no it is. It's a it's a community to cracking about where When I came to try and came to Y- pilot some respect that if the pipe and then there's something in there for them. Yeah I mean I think for a lot of First Generation immigrants experts. They always trust insiders. I I feel like organizations like Eric as a good one more fin when it comes to finance by SPE have dominated like local financial news. Like it's quite amazing. They have like a million readers on a weekly basis. Something that and they've got like a a youtube channel and they just the guy who's in charge of that is just really really well connected with the local Chinese community but also the local business community because he about conduit between the two so yeah. It's it's super super tough. You'd almost have to start like your little Chinatown Bureau. Wouldn't you feel like it to really crack into explorer exploring down the track? You know it'd be great to wait. We actually did have a Chinese journalist at one point. And there's no with us anymore but there has been that audio around whether it is just a journalist or someone who can rot and also Engage with business community. So sort of that I suppose correspondent in. Ymca your local yet. Because I think it is really important you know like it's it is a challenge side charge to engage with the Chinese community because they also have There'd be closed off. It's set aside this this. There's a lot of people walked to Chinatown pricing. To want to engage more broadly. So it's trying to support those people and tap into the opportunities that exist.
"sean car" Discussed on Uncommon
"Usual. It's other print adult nothing. And then obviously you know going without a social media wet again. You know where monthly news pipe when we publish a story for example lock on law and all but particularly social media. We can share that an article that we published from the print edition without detracting. Live from the appetizers that going this every month. Yes so it's like a an added benefit then social media surprise the more sort of relevant up to date stuff around. Is something happening at the exhibition center this month thing so we can work with an Avatar or just purely from events community building capacity to play that role in social media toe? So that we've just got a bit more of a die presence with that against hiking. Y from what we do he. Yeah yeah look it's it you're gonNA try not a tricky side your instinct stage because you've gone through that redesign announced about thinking about what are the systems prices and things that I can do to make it more digital but also help scall- sauce all shouting the creative agency last week. You're engaging with this process at the moment in the sitting around the table with all these papers look different areas. Just you know when we got to the end of the the nuts and bolts about what we do and sort of loosely. That what we are thinking we want to say. I was just thought this is really exciting. You know like this is a blank canvas. Essentially in Spice Waken help influence and provide fresh audience foresaw is. There's a lot of excitement around what's possible. Yeah I'm what that looks like. It was still still yet to come. You know we're going back to genitals responsive at meetings all in the next two years that gives me optimism and yeah. I'm excited for what we can do that. We kinda CEVA. What's the Because I was reading this recently about. Cms systems are funny. He's trailing uses wordpress wrong. Do you know everything. There was arc which was just released by the Washington Post to help local news with updating their CMS system. I think feel like actually die. Offered like free if your local news organizations on. Yeah what what system do you guys use the publishing at the moment because that'll be like one of the big changes for you is changing the same as in publishing alone so these platforms that we used to document? Thank you say. Stylishness probably weren't but that's the thing that's the industry. That's what I remember. One guy in the business of content with saying that. He's gone back to his old newspaper the local newspapers and even in two thousand eight when he was dead. The system was out that I was still using that system and then no one would have heard what it was called. We'll again from Puglia call. We'll capacity ask systems service pretty well because which as you upload and we'll actually auction site either the the platforms lawyers just docklands. Cold expression engine ancient system. Few develop is actually even head of spots. Engine and it's it's it's clunky. And it's not the most user friendly system for me and more ten of journalists to to upload stories on law and every mouth which is part of the reason why we also want to change his purely from a functionality. Point of view efficiency all the saving the world began. I suppose I suppose shines. I'm passionate and it's sort of Stubborn belief in the power of print media off a local meant that.
"sean car" Discussed on Uncommon
"There's no. There's no room in the bucket with stylised modernisations and interesting one because we're talking about the athletic and technically Media Ilya. They've done although they like. I think what local news does really well is local native advertising mediums. Like podcast really well as well but also intrigued about. There was another brand cold tap into which developed local newspapers and that actually developed an element. Where if people sort of invested X. amount of budget per month they got like a an Seo like related page back links and pay all releases could go on the website and stuff like that. I guess that rise in my mind like how you thinking about monetization because events local experiences is being this big big thing particularly technically made it because they take focus they just sounded like a Philly intech event and that is really where the bulk of their money. So I guess I'm curious like how. How have you thought about how daydream about monetization in the more usual spice? Yeah we'll do just what you have planned long. The ten have thought much about events or other things that you'd like to get into Law Not not to that extent hospital west. Still sort of the stage where I mean wrought here and now it's just been focusing on this raiders on so I sort of just bringing the aesthetic of the pipe up to a look and feel that way. The way believed can help. It lasts for the next to the twenty plus years. Sort of got that out of the why and the next blackberries the coyotes..
"sean car" Discussed on Uncommon
"No way winded become serious? Whoa yeah that that. That conversation was just made even the office of the Tommy tender from his desk and he says you interested in this business and I'll say what why The answer probably saved all these talk boy. He was asking me and he says well. We know you interested in making this year on and I said I'll never really given it much thought on a shine So yeah as I said I wonder why. Give it some thought and spoke to my dad and spike to Agok odd who is a bit of a mentor of one? He's helped out educating these and we worked in some social enterprise stuff early on and when I was at union tried and areas like that. So he's always been one of those kind of entrepreneurial and just interesting guys that you always go to for good. Chattan so yeah. I'll lay down a couple of paypal in off the top of the decision. Eventually that was great opportunity. And let's give it a guy who was surreal Tom. Obviously but and it's it's surreal. It's still surreal. Sometimes to think you know the the media owner in one of the world's most cities your media Barrett Fail Shiny. Stir themselves as a media. Mogul I'm not sure what I've said to Lauren. That their fee things that we're feel like I've made it in life and money's not one of the things that thing is there's two things actually one would be to buy back then kneels cosmos because my grandpa said that originally told the other would be to have a competing. I don't know how to do this because we have. Our family has published the first Sunday newspaper in Australia. And it got picketed by the Herald Weekly Times in the union and send them Brooke. Sorry there's something. Dad like is a bit of a Funky of the Herald Weekly Times. Something just want to own. Maybe it's the Herald Sun may be able to buy the Herald Sun To if you turn around well to be honest is doing better than the Ijssel. Maybe I could buy the age but there's a thing though that I remember Warren Buffett. Say that every time the knock. It gets quite mature. There's only two newspapers that survive and eventually one kills off the other leads into this conversation about. Because I suppose to to reverse for a second you know. Bat Mark Thinking and decision making around to our tycoon over what is predominantly print media business in two thousand eighteen. Whenever was making the decision. Because you know everybody who's not necessarily in media assumes that digital's life Owen prints dead and yeah spies on on that on that thought process. You know there's been some really encouraging. Assigns lightly and the resurgence of print media and not just not just print media but sort of lock old school ways of doing things. Like how you walk into a job off on and they've got to final section you know so the say day is now obsolete and papal. Yes everyone's on spotify but people still love that tactile experience of putting a record on a charge to you know on a turntable listening to an album. And it's like the sign is within reason as within reason existed in a in a specific incident nation machen hop local. People love getting the newspaper now box at their leisure bridge spanning out of flick through. What's happening in the neighborhood? What's the only thing I would read when I lived in the city? You know you get all that stuff. Delivered team box would actually look forward to reading this thing and I think that there is that element with local news. The people still really enjoy it. They WANNA see. That's one thing although media has and this probably comes the business model of local news like the opportunity for local news is still the even the Google and facebook if destroyed in a way the media because of that basically taken advertising or advertising small businesses and a lot of that state national news is co become quite transactional and this. It's like a an esteemed publication like the New Yorker or destroy 'em where the owners unit for power. Nothing exactly so I I found it really interesting. Are we saying before that? Were chatting. The land technically meteors another one. Where they've sort of niche down whether it's Tikka sports or community or crime and focus on those areas in America and that seems to be what's working. The exit speaks to people on an individual level. Exactly like my my when I heard about this. He has this podcast and business of content. He was saying that it's so annoying. It was actually this test by a lab the media lab at Mit about how localized news would would increase engage. Rights by like thirty percent. Said you could localize notifications push notifications runoff fine. So that if you in an area would hit you with the relevant on signs businesses advertising on Social Media Guy you know default on what demographic so they're even wanting to localize so then you know so when you're thinking about you know what the future of hop local newspaper in Inner City Melbourne than you think. Well the fact that are targeted and the fact that Saturday residents are always gonna be interested in what's happening in the survey as general general principle and naturally there's always enough advertising to follow because people understand that connection and they're on the side message connecting to sign raiders. Because you know the adds bank presented on the same page So I think I think always stem back to with any may not just as you know the future sort of local Authenticity like you saw. Think when you turn on the news or you flick in the Herald. Sun Doesn't immediately always speak to. You might be interested in what's happening. I think everybody's curiosity always.
"sean car" Discussed on Uncommon
"Big plus it and Tom. Yeah but then a On saw deferred my master's degree because obviously embarked on when Chapman. And then probably about ten months into bang name out from more former bosses business partners scaling. Who Says Hi. Hi Sean Hope. Shepard's going well. If it's not interested in the job at southbound Yeah the the intrigue of the the intrigue of that Opportunity led me to have a conversation with shine and post that conversation. I decided that moving back to Melbourne for a job. Editing local Piper in the city guys made the opportunity to both still working industry and in some money. But then do my master's part-time. Yeah you could sort of work it out from that so then then that's just sort of sparred jd. As I said you know like I really have low fat myself enjoying working as newspapers more than I thought I would. And then that's led to where I am today. In owning stibal while we were speaking in the kitchen. Ilia having Ou- coffees entails and I'll say about how shame probably while you're working in about the digital element but he obviously had you in mind potentially handing over the business. I you probably had no idea that knows. What was that conversation like when he said to city like do you want to take over the business like about from the time ignoring the tons of he said no no way winded become serious? Whoa yeah that that. That conversation was just made even the office of the Tommy tender from his desk and he says you interested in this business and I'll say what why The answer probably saved all these talk boy. He was asking me.
"sean car" Discussed on Uncommon
"Do you sort of have principle that stands out to you from all of your parents at all I suppose the Real K. Aspect is definitely from because dad that was in the regime wall when he was he's he's still got a bit of Patriots Day which is sort of suffered all his life and I suppose that sort of fed more into his social approach to loft but I think also banging the army and between the two of them also migrating to a country with two kids in Normandy Definitely get strong work ethic from Biathlon Dad Bank from the Bank of very rotating. Ause they make you in the very regimented. He's just he's never missed a diabetic. And he's lost and he's still into his mid mid sixties now works out of a choice than anything else because he just lost that routine and what does he. What does he difficult? He's a printout good. We spoke about these. These only first mechanism wildlands printer does sort of like industrial scale printing. Yes he's so. That was something that hey had any skills when he moved to Australia about it was again when you need a job quickly I think one of these Elliott was actually filled easing chill straight Sandringham which then bent down champion. So yeah he's he's a bit of an old school print which is a learn auden sort of skills have been growing up in printing very separate sites sort of our Ronnie that on in print media a little bit now on this grinding man died with parental tonight. But will you said before about your mum and that caring aspect was she. Did she have any jobs over the years while you're a kid? She not not necessarily Fulltime work all corporate or anything like that but she was on kindergarten committees and she did any sort of jobs to make ends meet like earning babysitting and things like that so and obviously looking after four kids. That's a huge job Yeah like Chevy's out a strong work ethic in Rod and then Dodd complementing. Not You know as I said never missed the DYE worker. He's law and just like he's one of those guys just get on with it top of mentality so which you know from spos- The care social aspect is and probably always The mice useful So then have mom's experience to complement the two. I had a pretty good upbringing from both of them. I was thinking because the reason I ask is thinking like. Why did Sean Get into journalism? I know you studied cost Journalism Nash. She graduated in twenty third. Amy Work to win. The new moves to Southbank News. I like how many marry that up. Why was that the field that you found yourself in thinking again having parents who immigrants so we've always had always lived in the by. Saad bobble and that sort of way that I landed when they came to Australia We've always had that sort of international outlook in sort of caring about broader issues. And moms it's a shining. Mom actually didn't end up working professionally. She would be a very good prominent. I you know like she's slowing guys in politics and rates the newspapers every Di Dia Radio DOT is. Well you know any spare time will listen to the news so I think as a halfway house hall between May Masseuses. We were always talking about Topical issues say exactly so then I suppose going into you twelve when all year eleven. By when you sort of thinking about the subjects you. WanNa study I in. Our numbers was never for me. It's always chides sort of mall. Socially skewed subjects lock politics sociology legal literature English. Obviously all is very good at applied to my strengths opposing. Then yeah come deciding what you WANNA do at university which is never an easy choice for a young person. You still figuring out who. You are Those journalism course that was offered at Monash Coalfield at the time and to be brutally honest. Maud sister just above my maker. Shay was studying at Monash Coalfield at the time and didn't have drivers Lawson's but we live near Chelsea. Which is about seven stations from the Caulfield? Stop and you can get an express service there so I bring a practical person. I was like well coal from Stan. The ride my sisters their and their officer offering this new journalism degree in journalism kind of saves apply to a lot of my strengths like English. Issues and softball. Let's give crack do because I look at how I got into this because I remember for years mild was like what you don't WanNa get into printing where you don't get into one. Are you want to be an accountant or something like that? I enjoyed numbers in the sense of marrying it up. I've never enjoyed the technicality of numbers. Which is what my brother was very good Eddie and upsetting maths yet at Uni and for me. I've realized as time went on the element of that industry that I'm gravity gravitated towards things that involved storytelling and for me. Like if I think back to it the the biggest thing for me was probably like yourself. You're sitting at the dinner table when it starts was sport and end in like policy on infrastructure like some heated debate all be telling his story this twentieth paper sitting around with or if it's just like an ordinary night where debating. What's actually in the paper? Do you have sort of seminal moments? But D- have memories like that that makes you think that's why I sort of gravitated towards. I think it's just having been curiosity for lots of different things I suppose. That's just how will all particularly feel like all exposed to that way of thinking a lot with just purely by nicer of the things that you do talk at the dinner table with your parents or amongst friends. So you know you gravitate towards during school Yeah the the curiosity us. The curiosity factor. Just beg interested in all of the different staffan exploring. Different topics was something that fed where I ended up from the storytelling aspect. I suppose that that definitely kind wants I did get into journalism and more professionally so often Clark when you're studying journalism degree diner many local news if you listen to the Daily News. It's all about what's the big issues in today's. Today's pipe Tobago unexposed to local news. And then what constitutes a story that makes it into a local? Pipo or on Windy. They regionally you know like it was all of a sudden you having to recalibrate you'll thinking from The headline what's the headline issue affecting people to This this lady down the riders. Just you're safe a award for doing something fantastic unified and so it tends into like a profile pace and the storytelling opens up. And then you go back I will. There's more news than just what is wrong with the world. There's actually some really good stuff. You can tell impactful stories. Yeah well I feel like you hit a point with with a lot of TV media these days or nine hundred media that it is more like a PR exercise or it's run efficiently like a PR organization as opposed to a news organization. That's just unfortunately the nature of what the industry has become the next reading umbrella. The other Diane sold it of course. Seven West media still is like hammer during hemorrhaging massive amounts of money and I think that people have realized that in love the new media brands of ones that tell really interesting stories and then have to be a way to be positive but they are stories. Because that's what we want like if I look at. Let's let's take the corona viruses as an example. How am I keeping up to date with that? Well I've actually been following people who are former. Who SPECIALISTS OR EPIDEMIOLOGISTS? Or whatever that had their own youtube channels in all of a sudden side of reporting on this. Because if you all get a snippet of channel nine news and it's like it's just like a headlines. Cystic doesn't tell me anything. And it's always stock not stock footage bit like they've taken three grabs of this place and that's that's it. They're just focused on the numbers. You know like how many pepple contracted that dial. How many papers does that dia where it spread to? Yeah so rather than sort of the broader discussion around Do tend to hear more on the locks of the IB bit more analytical. Where you know. They're talking to that fantastic institute. Ray created the virus for example. And then it's like okay. What's the next steps to cantering this? I'll you you. You sort of fading paper with positive reinforcement rather than united. What's wrong all the time? And the papal. I think people chewing off from news when I just a so much negativity yet. Almost one was skype. It as much as that's sort of probably the wrong reaction. You blind people all the time when you turn on the news and it's just like chases miserable well when. I go to my parents for dinner like once once a month or every few weeks on a Sunday. Mom who have the news on? But it's just like background noise. It's not the not captive. The watching it like in the day need wardlaw watch like the day tout. Spf News and stuff like that. We get quite into it. I guess I'm curious why you're win. Then you went to South Bank like doing the news as an editor there. What was the what was your mindset like at the time because? I know that you're working there but you're doing your masters in International Development's educating African Vein rant forbid now you're you're doing this master's which shows the thing about this is GonNa be my long term life this I'm going to do but then obviously the opportunity came to take over was won't become hyper. Local news run me through like your your mindset at the time but we thinking supposed to be brutally honest. I'm I'm probably never I've never been in the past. And that sort of has five or ten Year Plan. Come pretty instinctive a lot to do. What makes me happy in what I'm interested in a spouse? Educating Africa was bowl and instinctively from a bank todd of journalism grafter fees and wanting to take a break away from it but not wanting to lock the classic gap year and having the African connection and always Join me join me back there so I wa- volunteering for six months and In canton opportunity where I could do more so than educating Africa started when all still at Uni and then I thought you know that that author as far as sort of rape charge my battery so to speak. I went back for my third year. And all his juvenile. You know.
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"There and at the end ensure she told police the man's wife got out of the car and said she shot her husband that she was aggravated by him seventy four year old Fay Richard was arrested at the scene her husband was taken to the hospital in critical condition of former mail carrier in more has pleaded guilty to accepting bribes in exchange for diverting packages he knew contained marijuana and marijuana vape pens sent from California twenty six year old gestures Elian of Yukon appeared in Oklahoma City federal court yesterday and pleaded guilty to accepting a bribe is a postal carrier he faces up to fifteen years in prison and Oklahoma police officer arrested as we hear from Beth Myers Boswell police officer has been arrested for allegedly pawning is own department issued firearms the O. S. B. I. says thirty three year old Sean car pond for firearms two weeks before Christmas he was arrested Monday a Boswell city hall he was taken to the Choctaw county jail his booking photo shows him with a large grin on his face authorities from state and federal agencies will meet and conduct searches today and tomorrow for two sixteen year old northeast Oklahoma girls who disappeared in late nineteen ninety nine and have not been seen since the US department of the interior's office of surface mining reclamation and enforcement is joining the meetings and searches were actually Freeman and Laura Bible who are presumed dead authorities believe Freeman's parents were killed the girls kidnapped and the freemen's mobile home set on fire on December thirtieth nineteen ninety nine Ronnie dean music is charged with murder kidnapping and arson in the case he's denied involvement the Oklahoma court of criminal appeals upholds to murder convictions and life prison sentences the court rejected appeals by sixty eight year old Ernest Lewis and thirty four year old Michael issue.
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"There and at the end back she told police the man's wife got out of the car and said she shot her husband that she was aggravated by him seventy four year old Fay Richard was arrested at the scene her husband was taken to the hospital in critical condition of former mail carrier in more has pleaded guilty to accepting bribes in exchange for diverting packages the new contained marijuana and marijuana vape pens sent from California twenty six year old just as Ellie interview Khan appeared in Oklahoma City federal court yesterday and pleaded guilty to accepting a bribe is a postal carrier he faces up to fifteen years in prison and Oklahoma police officer arrested as we hear from Beth Myers Boswell police officer has been arrested for allegedly planning is own department issued firearms the O. S. B. I. says thirty three year old Sean car pond for firearms two weeks before Christmas he was arrested Monday of Boswell city hall he was taken to the Choctaw county jail his booking photo shows him with a large grin on his face authorities from state and federal agencies will meet and conduct searches today and tomorrow for two sixteen year old northeast Oklahoma girls who disappeared in late nineteen ninety nine and have not been seen since the US department of the interior's office of surface mining reclamation and enforcement is joining the meetings and searches for actually Freeman and Laura Bible who are presumed dead authorities believe Freeman's parents were killed the girls kidnapped and the freemen's mobile home set on fire on December thirtieth nineteen ninety nine Ronnie dean music is charged with murder kidnapping and arson in the case he's denied involvement the Oklahoma court of criminal appeals upholds to murder convictions and life prison sentences the court rejected appeals by sixty eight year old Ernest Lewis and thirty four year old Michael issue.
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"Is a major city on the North Island to to unattended backpacks left at a major railway station in Oakland. So major evacuation going on there as well. Of course, that is breaking news. We'll bring you more details on that story as it develops here on Newsday. Thirteen minutes past the hour. This is Newsday shaima and Claire with you this morning. Let's bring you the story of Brexit here in the UK. It's been a week of voting and more voting here in the UK parliament as tried to go through away or work out a way to deal with the country's exit from the latest is that members of parliament have voted to delay Brexit. What does that mean what we have RT Sean car with us Artie is a senior policy analyst at open Europe, a non-partisan think tank focusing, of course, on the impact of Brexit. Artie as it stands the UK will not leave the EU on the twenty ninth of March. Is it a done deal or not really I think it's highly likely that we will be leaving the twenty ninth of March. Now, it's not completely guaranteed because this is in the east gift to grant. So the government now has a mandate from parliament to request an extension. There's still a question of how long extension request. And because of course, it wants to bring back its deal for a vote next week. And depending on how that goes. And that will influence the discussions that it has with the EU that. Yes, this is this is a unilateral saying that the EU can grant us. It would have to be done unanimously all twenty-seven Member States would have to agree that they want to extend the Article V negotiations, and what we've heard from so far, it seems very likely if you can make the request they will accept a certain. The second question about what conditions they will. They will either attached to that or questions they will ask key questions over why? And for how long well for how long is quite key. Because the length of the extension means different things to Brexit. If it's a short technical extension, meaning a few months till June the thirtieth, for example, that can actually mean that the prime minister will try to deliver her version of the divorce deal for a third time. It's been voted down two times. But now she's in a position to present it to parliament again. Absolutely Lisa the wording of the nation that the government table yesterday. Made it clear that they intend to bring this deal back next week. It will probably be slightly changed a not necessarily through negotiations with the EU that the UK government certainly looking into what further guarantees it can offer domestically to to to offer safeguards to those who were anxious about voting for the deal last week. So yes, that was a lot will hinge on how MP's vote next week on this deal. I don't think it's completely. I think there is a likelihood that there will be more MP's now he vote tobacco deal. Because of course, the circumstances changed those eurosceptic Brexit here. MP's who were averse the deal will now be voting in circumstances where the UK had the UK parliament has rejected a no deal outcome, and has in fact voted for an extension that could mean an extension for a number of years till in the well, that's the thing in a long extension is actually seen by Brexit. Here's those who want to leave the EU as threat to the whole of Brexit itself as you say, so so many things still in the air. Even though we have a bit of clarity on the timeline. But you know, it's been described as a week of agony really. For that for the country for parliament. But also for Theresa May's government where does that leave her where does that leave her leadership? Certainly it's been a very difficult week for the government and for trees may we had this. We had the very strange situation on Wednesday of this week in the middle of the voting sort of the three votes that we've had whether government actually asked it's NPR's to vote against the motion the tabled because it had changed to something that they didn't want. They didn't want to rule out no deal altogether. But we do have a situation therefore where the government has looked in the prime minister in particular has looked quite weak. She has had to have free votes because as we saw yesterday her cabinet is divided on a lot of these questions that said because of the changing circumstances, we might be in a position the friars to might find that she is actually able to pass her deal. Even if narrowly next week, Artie, stay with us, a lot more to talk about especially of course, about the implications in Europe. How Europe is watching and reacting to all of this, of course, with the European elections. Coming up in may stay with us. Go back to major at breaking news story this morning in New Zealand forty people have been confirmed dead after mass shootings at two mosques in Christ Church. Witnesses spoken of victims being shot at close range with women and children also believed to be among the debt. Call penny is a local resident who was in lockdown near the scene. But was then moved on by police. Call joins us now. Welcome call. Hey, how's it going? Well, well goods just just tell us how you first heard of this awful tragedy unfolding on your doorstep. Yes. I my work is is not too far from the second mosque team people been, unfortunately, so oh I had a late lunch because I was a disease today. So I. So that draw one time that quotas or something? The guys all. Grayson lunch and my colleagues. Times. Just about to walk outdoors. My door. Stay stand the onus walk. Why see? Because there's been shooting and turned out the some some people from my wit were on lunch break, and I shot this and into the pharmacy, which is rotten extrap- building. And while the trading him by I'm one of the ladies run our office and sit this local adores someone's been shot. So. Georgia faced. But when I look. Vice closer suicide interior. So. So. Yeah. So it just kind of went from there. It's the Linwood avenue moss that you're closest to how far is your office from there. Yeah. I couldn't well, maybe one or two case Columbus. Yeah. Downards? So yeah, it's close. So. Yeah. From that point own was when you were in lockdown. What will you do you tuning into the local media where you're trying to find out what was going on? Well, we were just like I mean could cause New Zealand. So this is known for us, and we would just looking at the garden. We're kind of thinking is still a bit of a judge to be honest and. And then. Took the coast it not not choking. So then we got a phone call. From the window. So then we went into that women's the back of the building. And we'll sort of hold up here. I mean, they name we got some messages through from you know. I don't want to mention the company or anything, but from managers, which was really supportive, and I said. Go make sure the bills this law. So that's what we do. So we're not steers. And I mean, we went to the back of the Doric didn't go near windows, and we always was pleased, Qasr, helicopters everything. So we'll oldest payment to be honest. So when you stuck in that situation and you're in alive unfolding event, respectively trapped everyone's saying don't go to the windows. Don't go out. What was going through your mind? I mean. Either. I honestly I is like a bit of a blip. Way. Would we would just kind of trying to support each other? 'cause we hit different everyone has different personality. So also dealing with a bit of another some would crack a judge with tears. I was just in the Middle East. So yeah. Yeah. Thank you so much. I mean because obviously it's it's an unfolding situation. It's a short for everybody around the world to hear of the severity of this attack and to be caught up and so close to it. I can hear the shock in your voice how how you feeling. Are we? To be honest. I mean, we we we sort of got on the computer. We got our computers must friend. With colleague MRs through that said we had the link of the video that was that. So this guy. The video of what he did. And and I wish I hadn't watched it. But I did. And and this when I just had here because I knew it was real. And we just watched watching a computer game to be honest. He hit the hit the cameras he'd and he's still the whole thing. And this is one of them. When when I heard there was more. I was like what what's going on pardon me? He wanted me just to get them a car drive home. But you know, I bring my wash. So she wasn't even aware of us. She's a preschool teacher. She will know she wasn't even aware of the situation. She's she was quite far away. Especially this is this is happening. You know, you need to lock the doors. Whatever run my mom. Pick up my son from school. And so she did that got Joshua and then in and then the schools were locked down sausage. Just go home. What the doors doughnuts? Anyone? Fear. I've never heard of heads fear, and it was like the earthquakes when we went through this same fear and. Yeah. I'm traumatized. I'm not as quick assault. Nothing can really also going to be pretty resilient anything in. This is like living through this game. But on a different level. We heard from the prime minister just into adult saying, you know, these kinds of things don't happen in New Zealand the people who carry them out. They aren't from us the people who have been victim of these attack. They are us, and this is seems to be a double down on the shop because it isn't something that happens. New Zealand you want a country that even has a gun. Register you have gun licenses, but no gun. Register this is how far removed your culture is from having a gun culture. How do you think this incident changes things? Well, I mean, I'm a I'm a I have my firearm license, and I go hunting with my dad. You know, like we are. I have a problem with guns. So I'm not I'm not an anti-gun person. You've got people that should not have them. I mean. In and out of this get hold of them. I mean, it's. It is. They're gonna they're gonna come under scrutiny. But we're probably one of the strictest countries in the world for gun knows. He's a waste gonna be a loophole. And or or a way to obtain these these weapons, and they should not be in the hands of people. But that that shouldn't have them. But I. To be honest. I mean, I'm. Not enjoy this. But it's like potus. You know, part of part of my joining the dead and gone for Hans I'll be fair if we. That that's just a band Gondal together. But in the site and saying that I I mean. Maybe maybe we do need to take another look at look at things here. Talking about registering serial numbers and things like that. I don't know. Criminals. Get again. So yeah, listen call. We thank you so much for talking three. We'll spend it incredibly difficult and probably life-changing few hours fully call penny. Local resident who as you just heard was in lockdown. He was caught near the scene of those two gun attacks at two mosques in Christchurch New Zealand. We now know that forty people across both of those mosques have been killed. We'll bring you the latest here on you stay well, one line, of course, from the story of the shooting in the two mosques in Christ's church. New Zealand is that the Bangladesh cricket team. Where in the city were in Christ Church at the time of the shooting. Let's get more on that. Now and go to sport with Alstott Ross. Yes. Thanking not just in Christ Church, but on their way to one of the mosques was attacked. They were almost caught up in it, captain Mustapha Rahim said they'd been extremely lucky in escaping. Obviously. Tomorrow's third cricket test between New Zealand and Bangladesh has now been canceled in the wake of those attacks. Elsewhere in the world of sports and football where arsenal and Chelsea all safely through to the quarter-final draw for the rope league takes place alongside the European Champions League draw in just a few hours time Pierre America boomerang was also hero. They're scoring twice to overturn a three one first leg defeat against rain in a three nil. Home win..
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"Obviously, it's ransomware, which means they are demanding money in order to give you access again to the computer systems for the city. I'm assuming the response to the money is no, I don't know what the city has been typically responded or if they have responded at all to the random request. A I do know that typically they tell you not to pay it because you don't always have a guarantee of getting your data back. But I don't know what the city typically how there hasn't done with regards to the ransom. Why don't you get more updates on this? I hope you keep us in mind. So we can put out the information out there. I know we have a lot of listeners in the area. So they're waiting to figure out what this all means for them. Again, we've been talking with some mayor Christie Melchiot mayor Mel thank you so much for coming on. Really? Appreciate it. Thank you. Jason. You're listening to the Jason Rancho tend to find out. What else is trending what's trending at home? So Washington is in a ton of debt. We've got a ton of debt which is odd because we keep bringing in record revenues into the state of Washington, thanks to the enormous tax burden that all of us are hit with. Whether we're talking about taxes from home ownership or cars, or whatever we are putting more and more money into the state coffers. And yet we've got little to show for it. And it shows you just how incompetent governor Jay Inslee is. The state treasurer's office put out a debt affordability study. And they said we're six in the nation for per capita state debt, that's insane. And when you look at the numbers, it's it's frankly, it's depressing. The general obligation debt is over twenty billion dollars. The unfunded pension liability is near twelve billion dollars to school bond guarantee fund is quote, unquote, outside of the debt limit calculations. That's not good. Dwayne Davidson is the treasurer of the state of Washington. He was on our sister stations Dori Monson, Sean car radio to say, yeah, we're just we're burdened with a ton of data critically high number right.
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"And if you buy a VIP ticket for king of bushido, you get into the LA where our show automatically and bushido also has season passes for eighty dollars. You get into six live events. You get a ba-. She T shirt. You get a limited dish tournament of champions poster signed by all the competitors. You get a lanyard and you get into the livewire the livewire show. This is gonna be a big big big show. Here's the competitors in the matchup for king of bushido, eight Saturday night at the. American legion. Building Augusta Georgia John scholar take zone shown legacy. I've got scholar winning that match. Cody, Vance take sewn drew Adler. Drew Adler is on row. I've got him win which means that Schuyler Nadler in the semifinals college flour Brown tags on lucky Ali, I'm going cauliflower Brown. He has been king of bushido. He knows the drill. He is on a hot streak. I believe Kalfa Brown is gonna win that match. And then in the final match the first round. Kevin Ray takes on savannah Evans, both of these two competitors. Had great phenomenal two thousand eighteen I think that Evans gets the win. So you're semi finals will be John Schuyler versus drew Adler and cauliflower Brown versus Vanna Evans. And I am going to go ahead and call it. To what I think would be mild upsets, I think drew Adler is going to be John Schuyler. And I think savannah Evans is gonna be cauliflower Brown, and that's going to give you a finals of drew Adler, and savannah Evans, and I think drew Adler is walking out with the title Saturday night. I think he's gonna win in the finals over savannah Evans. So that's my pick drew Adler to win king of bushido aid and move onto the tournament of champions. Speaking of predictions in speaking of tournaments in just a few short weeks PWA is gonna present the x six teen tournament. The first round matchups have been announced. Now, there's some of these some of these competitors that I'm not as familiar with some of these young men who from outside the Carolinas. Some interest is see some of them. Here are the matchups. I'm gonna give you the match ups. We don't have a. Jacket for the sixteen. So you can't you can make your first round picks. And then maybe kind of have an idea of who's going to win after that J dairies Lockhart versus Jason Cade in the first round. I think man, that's a tough one. It's very possible. That that's a drawl like I don't know that I can make a pick their dares Lockhart. Jason k you got Jason Kate. He's got the syndicate behind him. And that to you got deer schlock art. He's the IT champion. But I'm telling you the syndicate I think that's going to be enough. I think having Tommy Thomas there, I think Jason cades going to beat Darius Lockhart. Billy brash taken on idiot words, I think that's Billy brash all the way, I think he's going to start out two thousand nineteen. He's the rest of the year. Don't think he's going to start out two thousand nineteen showing why he was the rest of the year. John scholars is Alexander James. I think that's John scholar. All the way, y'all. Yeah. Who really surprised everybody getting this spot taking on slim Jay who is taken PWS by storm after? Being great in Georgia for over a decade. I think this is slim j I think slim Jay moves on in the tournament, sir. Pinta co tagging on Andrew Everett who is if I'm not mistaken pretty big time free agent right now in wrestling. I think Pentecost gets that win Sean car against Ethan case, and I'm gonna call it. I'm gonna call it up sit here. I think Sean Carr. I think Sean car gets the win over Ethan case, drew Adler and tracer ex. These guys have gone back and forth over this by and here. They find themselves facing off one on one in the first round..