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"selby" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

04:37 min | Last month

"selby" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Considering that the top chef was originally meant to start work evergreen stables kitchen in the spring already. I mean this struggle for everybody was coronavirus and it just happens literally I. Think we went into lockdown two days before we're about to launch the new set menu. So it's just very unfortunate timing everything but since then because it's such a small space and such a unique kind of restaurant and also we're in Chinatown which kind of. Plays a big with corona virus and everything like that. The full still isn't quite backup to what it used to be. So we're kind of have to adjust play week by week of the moment but with currently back now in the kitchen and we've had must been about six months away will finally back. Has Down Menu developing and pretty much trying to pick up where we left off because we never really launched. So. Actually. It's a welcome pause to be able to really. Set It will offer the bang again except and as you mentioned the restaurant Evelyn stablemates in the central under nuns, you're taking his over with your brothers. And Theo home much more details about what to expect. The restaurant is basis a three floor operation right Rupa on route streak. So kind of West Soho Meets Chinatown. And it's a really fantastic. Lows of cross styles. So lovely pop and then upstairs we have. Wind? Baugh. That we're kind of crossing and then downstairs is kind of hidden treasure is a ten cover chefs counselor. So that would be the jewel of the building where we can be operating just dinner service five days a week in. Cooking with some amazing Jeez, a daily source in the K. and playing a bit of my past training and are kind of collected experiences, May and my brothers together, and there's just three of us in the kitchen. So self is quite special to make Toma smoke into syllables with the philosophy of your cooking what it's going to be happening in the kitchen kind of lawsuit for million, my cooking styles fragile evolving trained mainly in French, find dining cuisine..

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"selby" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

04:48 min | Last month

"selby" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Fascinating. That Scandanavia have this indigenous people and it's very unique for being Europe I. Mean there are very few. Cultures that are so intact and so vibrant and colorful and have so many layers into its and the Saami community. I think it's very forgotten and I don't think in southern Europe and maybe in the UK Germany there's more knowledge about it. But in southern Europe, there's very low knowledge about indigenous people of Northern Europe's for me. You know I grew up in a half. Saw Me Half Swedish community of course, I knew little bit but I knew too little and what I realized. Now, when I'm all done I'm spending more time with them is that I learned so much all the time from them not only cooking but also culturally and their way of life. I must ask this to you as a chef of course, the whole world has been. Changed so much desire year because of covid nineteen, some countries did lockdowns orders didn't I wonder how this affected you as a chef in the Swedish food scene in particular I mean so many different ways I mean I folks Sweden has been very unique because we've been handling the crisis by differently from other countries. So what has happened here is that the we've kept restaurants open and schools open and Of course. We haven't been able to gather more that fifty people but Sweden Azad very peculiar and different tactique on handling battling the virus but I can't go into details without if it's wrong or right. But it has been tremendous help to me running my small business and running restaurants because I've been able to keep it open through the entire time. So we haven't closed the restaurant during the. And Niklas I I have to say you know I've been to. You just a few times of eight very well, why was there and I loved seeing one of your recipes effing was kind of a spring summer dish, which was the smoked vans row potatoes and ash soured cring because I've tried something..

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"selby" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

04:58 min | Last month

"selby" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Hello and welcome to Monaco as food and drink programme. The Menu Im miracles. He be this week coastal combs star, Chef Nicolas Egg staffs charm to the world with Wabi. He calls analog cooking seven eight years ago I decided to completely dedicate my cooking to the analog way of cooking Nordic food. So in other words, size started to cook the way that we used to get an eight hundred, two hundred years ago also hit a new London restaurants opening with three brothers in the kitchen. Special and unique the guests to sit there they can see US cooking and preparing. It's like that giving something to somebody else and seeing them enjoy. That's pretty special more.

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"selby" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:02 min | Last month

"selby" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"My Name's Lisa and I'm the head chef of stable where me and my brothers we cooking and. . Hoping Zero at the end of the month, , a recipe, , the I like to Cook Omen, , and so a dish I designs during lockdown. . Well, , actually, , it was a recipe donates to the NFL. . Where a friend of mine was cooking free meals for a key emergency workers. . And I designed this dish for him and he prepared and cooked for. . The key walk is though helping in the NHS so the dishes emesa glazed aubergine. . So we have to of genes of four people and we co them in sesame oil, , and then we just school them lightly. . And pan-fried him. . To get an ice and characterization on the clash and then we might to me so dressing which is a grated. . Ginger too close of garlic. . About. . Two tablespoons of White Mecer. . tablespoon of rice wine vinegar hundred miles of water tablespoon Wai-. . Source and two tablespoons of Suga. . We blend that up. . And then just on the gene and baked the aubergine profile twenty minutes one hundred and ninety degrees. . And then we just serve kind of Don Berry style. So . on rice so cooked Sushi Rice. . Very Japanese style and very clean. . So we cook Sushi rice and then just has it's cooling mix Satan Cemerin and some rice wine vinegar. . And then we serve the genome talk from we just pair it with some pickles. . The really helped cut the city and. . Live in the dish a lot. . So I liked parrot with pickle Karen some pickled cucumber. . Basic pickle recipe would be about seventy five mils white wine dente. . Four, , two meals a worser. . And fifteen grams of sugar halftime soul and a teaspoon of Kuranda seats. . You just bring that to the boil and poorer over. . graded. . Keratin. . Your sliced cucumber. . And that just goes very simply the side and then just gone issue with some Pitkaeranta and that's the dish. .

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A recipe from Luke Selby

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:02 min | Last month

A recipe from Luke Selby

"My Name's Lisa and I'm the head chef of stable where me and my brothers we cooking and. Hoping Zero at the end of the month, a recipe, the I like to Cook Omen, and so a dish I designs during lockdown. Well, actually, it was a recipe donates to the NFL. Where a friend of mine was cooking free meals for a key emergency workers. And I designed this dish for him and he prepared and cooked for. The key walk is though helping in the NHS so the dishes emesa glazed aubergine. So we have to of genes of four people and we co them in sesame oil, and then we just school them lightly. And pan-fried him. To get an ice and characterization on the clash and then we might to me so dressing which is a grated. Ginger too close of garlic. About. Two tablespoons of White Mecer. tablespoon of rice wine vinegar hundred miles of water tablespoon Wai-. Source and two tablespoons of Suga. We blend that up. And then just on the gene and baked the aubergine profile twenty minutes one hundred and ninety degrees. And then we just serve kind of Don Berry style. So on rice so cooked Sushi Rice. Very Japanese style and very clean. So we cook Sushi rice and then just has it's cooling mix Satan Cemerin and some rice wine vinegar. And then we serve the genome talk from we just pair it with some pickles. The really helped cut the city and. Live in the dish a lot. So I liked parrot with pickle Karen some pickled cucumber. Basic pickle recipe would be about seventy five mils white wine dente. Four, two meals a worser. And fifteen grams of sugar halftime soul and a teaspoon of Kuranda seats. You just bring that to the boil and poorer over. graded. Keratin. Your sliced cucumber. And that just goes very simply the side and then just gone issue with some Pitkaeranta and that's the dish.

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"selby" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

05:56 min | 2 months ago

"selby" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"So row touchback contract was also in that and you know as you can see from two princes, my huge inspiration comes from Disney movies and loving those magical whimsical stories and the the hero and you know it's not always a conventional hero it's someone you don't expect. Not Expect to Hercules in the Disney movie expect to move on. You don't expect Quasimodo. You don't expect a Ladan and that's sort of. That's my dream. That's that's the dream of of creating stuff like that and. You know. Giving, giving kids of color a platform maybe someday as. As a whole. I mean, the first thing is getting theater in the musical theater cannon that truly. Is Written for people of Color and it's not like. This is a story of people of Color. I mean it's a fairy tale for people's colored. But but at the in an alternate universe, this could have been done with all white people. But the narrator being a black guy. But that's not the world we live in the world we live in is this one and this is important. These characters are not accidentally. Multicultural. Everything So yeah, that's that's the dream you know. Obviously there are things the I do to make money to to get that dream to go. But I just hope that that that I can impact someone like Manuel, make him and other artists impacted. So where do people go to keep up with the progress and everything regarding around your play? Oh You can follow me on Instagram at Wage Oskar. That's all one word White Major Oscar, or you can go on my facebook Ralph Oscar Selby that the full name is Ralph Oscar Sabi on facebook and. You can. You can find me there and feel free to message me. I'm so lonely. So lonely kidding but Yes. Please like I- I post I post a lot more than that like I about my nerdy Staus wake I just post. Disposal about the new Super Mario Three D styles. You know. I'm so happy I have I've never played them. So this is like my first time playing these games. Well Yeah I so I I grew up with. I mean on on my and run a pop culture podcast I mean my main stuff as nerdy. Geek culture film gaming all that good stuff. While whenever I get an interview with some unlike year than I mean often I'd get those are that fills up the rest of the week. Otherwise, not doing anything and. I was looking forward this thing because I I grew up with the Mario Games. I have actually super, Mario Sixty four cartridge and a few ROM hacks zo I even know about people making it mods on super, Mario, sixty four, some them disturbing some them very fun to play. Yeah. Oh well, I'm just yeah it's I was raised on kingdom hearts and final fantasy. Is this like this is a completely new world to me. I'm super pumped to get back to it obviously up your way Mario. Odyssey and I love. Oh. I even. Honestly. I think is the best of all them but I mean. What It's really hard what I'm going to put my impressions of the non the next Thursday absurd because I do the gaming tab all with my buddy reality who is a black woman the small round. Amazing friend but. As much as you have three great games and the great the port I think is a little Ono It's it's literally the most lazy way they could have done. I totally agree with you I..

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"selby" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

05:56 min | 2 months ago

"selby" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"So row touchback contract was also in that and you know as you can see from two princes, my huge inspiration comes from Disney movies and loving those magical whimsical stories and the the hero and you know it's not always a conventional hero it's someone you don't expect. Not Expect to Hercules in the Disney movie expect to move on. You don't expect Quasimodo. You don't expect a Ladan and that's sort of. That's my dream. That's that's the dream of of creating stuff like that and. You know. Giving, giving kids of color a platform maybe someday as. As a whole. I mean, the first thing is getting theater in the musical theater cannon that truly. Is Written for people of Color and it's not like. This is a story of people of Color. I mean it's a fairy tale for people's colored. But but at the in an alternate universe, this could have been done with all white people. But the narrator being a black guy. But that's not the world we live in the world we live in is this one and this is important. These characters are not accidentally. Multicultural. Everything So yeah, that's that's the dream you know. Obviously there are things the I do to make money to to get that dream to go. But I just hope that that that I can impact someone like Manuel, make him and other artists impacted. So where do people go to keep up with the progress and everything regarding around your play? Oh You can follow me on Instagram at Wage Oskar. That's all one word White Major Oscar, or you can go on my facebook Ralph Oscar Selby that the full name is Ralph Oscar Sabi on facebook and. You can. You can find me there and feel free to message me. I'm so lonely. So lonely kidding but Yes. Please like I- I post I post a lot more than that like I about my nerdy Staus wake I just post. Disposal about the new Super Mario Three D styles. You know. I'm so happy I have I've never played them. So this is like my first time playing these games. Well Yeah I so I I grew up with. I mean on on my and run a pop culture podcast I mean my main stuff as nerdy. Geek culture film gaming all that good stuff. While whenever I get an interview with some unlike year than I mean often I'd get those are that fills up the rest of the week. Otherwise, not doing anything and. I was looking forward this thing because I I grew up with the Mario Games. I have actually super, Mario Sixty four cartridge and a few ROM hacks zo I even know about people making it mods on super, Mario, sixty four, some them disturbing some them very fun to play. Yeah. Oh well, I'm just yeah it's I was raised on kingdom hearts and final fantasy. Is this like this is a completely new world to me. I'm super pumped to get back to it obviously up your way Mario. Odyssey and I love. Oh. I even. Honestly. I think is the best of all them but I mean. What It's really hard what I'm going to put my impressions of the non the next Thursday absurd because I do the gaming tab all with my buddy reality who is a black woman the small round. Amazing friend but. As much as you have three great games and the great the port I think is a little Ono It's it's literally the most lazy way they could have done. I totally agree with you I..

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Body acceptance vs. liberation

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

05:56 min | 4 months ago

Body acceptance vs. liberation

"So Johnson is the founder of the Intuitive D. and she has an amazing new book about intuitive eating out that we're GONNA get into so last episode that she was on I. Think is episode eighty three a Lincoln in the show, but you should definitely listen to that because we talked about misconceptions about intuitive eating and we talked about health at every size. Like Y. You're saying got into this work so welcome back. Thank you so much Dana I still can't believe that it's been a year since we last talk. That is absolutely nuts but I'm glad were chatting again. Will it's funny because it feels like this spring has felt like four years, but like an actual year ago. Like last summer doesn't feel that long ago. Yeah, it's just like a time warp. I don't even know. I was just GonNa say it does. It definitely does feel like a time work? So one of the things that I wanted to hug today, and we're going to jump right in just so we can get straight to the meat of it. Since you have a new book that's out and we like obviously WanNa talk about that, but the things that you talk about in the book that I think is so so helpful for people to understand whether you're new to this whole body, positivity, Acceptance Movement, or you're like kind of dipping your toes intuitive eating your like, but wait like. Isn't this what it isn't like? Earn people being unhealthy and everything like that. So could you talk about some of the? Biggest myths or misconceptions about like body acceptance in the body positivity movement. I think the first one that comes to mind if it's just like so common when when I'm talking with clients about this is like this perception that you know body acceptance work body, positive works should result in like you feeling really good about your appearance or like loving. No way that your body looks loving your the roles and you know whatever all the stuff. It loving, your solid cellulite, and like while obviously, there's nothing inherently wrong with trying to strive for like having a good relationship to the appearance of your body. I think that like. Really like the meat of what we need to all work on shift towards is. Kind of having a bit more of a neutral relationship to the appearance of her body at really like spending, less time and energy on the appearance of our body are thinking about the appearance of body So that's kind of I think that's like the first thing that I think when I think of the misconception around that work. And can you talk about? Why we're all so obsessed with our appearance, and it's funny, 'cause like. We women men everybody like our whole culture around the world. Really can you can say is to some degree like. With appearance America definitely a lot more right, but that then gets tied into like health and morality and Food and manipulating your appearance, but then it's funny because we see that Barry overtly in like Diet, culture, fitness, culture, and everything like that, but then it even translates into like this bastardisation of body positivity that it's like. Oh, well I have to love myself all the time and I find not loving myself in everything about me all the time. That I must be failing. Right yeah, no, it's! It's so true, and it's like I feel like I mean I I don't have the widest. Lens on this because I've grown up in this culture, but also like it's very clear that like we have like culture going on, and we're constantly exposed to imaging, and like the ideal quote, unquote imaging. Everyone's closing the the best selby. Constantly so and and we're just inundated all day every day from every angle, and not to mention were inundated with. One particular kind of body over and over again, and it's like if you don't once before you realize that that that's what's happening. It's just like okay, so obviously. That's I should look like, and it's just very like subconscious thing that's going on but yeah I think culturally like we're just so fixated on On appearance because of this imaging of or being inundated with all the time and I, also kind of feel like. It's. I don't know it's almost like escaping deeper stockholder like on an individual level, but it's like we're all kind of like running from our we're. We're so disconnected for emotions that like if we just focus on like okay. Well I've heard for perfect. My appearance show up perfectly that I'll be happy. Great the perfect you know. Yeah definitely I, mean 'cause we know as clinicians right like a lot. A lot of people will use dieting or exercise, or this kind of like obsession, or some people call it like drive right to constantly improve themselves, and this goes beyond dieting and bodies to lick. This goes along with perfectionism. It can go into work, and it can go into. You know really every of our lives, but when we're so let's call it a nice word that people say driven right to go in pursuit of any of these things. One of the deeper reasons that people tend to do that is because they are running from something. You're running from emotions that you don't WanNa feel you're running from like maybe past traumas or like, and some people would call that coping mechanism, but then the farther at that goes, it's not necessarily a healthy or helpful coping mechanism anymore because you're just running from those problems right and especially with something like dieting that ends up being this thing where it. Explodes in your face. Right like you're using this coping skills like. GonNa make myself smaller. I'm going to stick to the Diet. I'm going to not take anymore. Whatever and then like you find yourself physiologically, you're driven to eat the cake and like do all the things the opposite about it literally explodes in your face, and you're like. Oh, I just don't have the willpower. Oh, just like suck. I need to try harder, so it's like you end up in like crazy like cycle and thinking that you're the problem in that cycle.

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Washington state mayor now calls BLM protests ‘domestic terrorism’ after her home vandalized

The KFBK Morning News

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Washington state mayor now calls BLM protests ‘domestic terrorism’ after her home vandalized

"Morning Washington state mayor calling B. alarm black lives matter protest domestic terrorism that's a mayor wire Cheryl's Cheryl Selby of Olympia referred to in the black lives matters domestic terrorists she's trying to process this she's she told a local newspaper on Friday night they print painted her front door and porch it's like domestic terrorism it's unfair and did she know who did it black lives matter well I mean you know sometimes there are people who are you know on fringes that do stuff that aren't necessarily peaceful protest well she spit suspects they did okay she suspects that

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Kenney: Philadelphia will get reconciliation panel

KYW 24 Hour News

01:21 min | 6 months ago

Kenney: Philadelphia will get reconciliation panel

"Mayor Kenney says six days of protests in the city of led him to create a panel that he hopes will guide the city toward reconciliation he offer no specific plan or timeline timeline the the first first order order of of business business will will be be just just to to listen listen here's here's K. K. Y. Y. W. W. city city hall hall bureau bureau chief chief Pat Pat low low there there Kenny Kenny introduced introduced three three members members of of what what he he says says will will be be a a large large diverse diverse steering steering committee committee including including nonprofit nonprofit leader leader Sarah Sarah Ashley Ashley Andrews Andrews we we will will hold hold demonstration demonstration accountable accountable and and we we are are looking looking forward forward to to moving moving this this city city in in the the right right direction direction the the panel panel was introduced following a visit the mayor made to north north Philadelphia Philadelphia with with police police commissioner commissioner Danielle Danielle outlaw outlaw and and other other officials officials to to speak speak to to business business owners owners such such as as Christopher Christopher Selby Selby explore explore just just off off Peoria Peoria Avenue Avenue both both some some good good and and some some different force nothing they'll be some positive but we need some cars to bring everybody but we don't really want our business owners about the mayor others were less receptive one passer by for no apparent reason knocked in eight piece for top refer to the ground letting his face Joshua Jones was watching as you can see the mayor pulled up if somebody's stock the new camera that's the energy of the look we don't like you don't like the cops that perspective is part of what the mayor says the city needs to hear I think people have every right to express their views as long as loud as they want as long as they're not destroying or hurting anybody or commissioner noted a more peaceful times the protest but to the National Guard and looting teams will stay in place

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"selby" Discussed on Not Another Anxiety Show

Not Another Anxiety Show

10:19 min | 8 months ago

"selby" Discussed on Not Another Anxiety Show

"Garden or had my bat and then we can. Do you know whatever activity together so children do better when they know time line and they know there's a beginning in an end so if we do need to give ourselves a time in as they call it then let your child. No you are coming back. Let them know you're not mad at them right. That's why we want to start off using their pet names so that it's you know. Hey Sweetie honey. This is how I'm feeling right now and you can even say and it's nothing to do with you. It's just how I'm feeling and I know when I feel this way. This is what I need to do. And that way we model what self-regulation looks link. Okay Okay I can even you just saying that. It was very calming. Maybe I'll call you next head. I'm having Fun Sharon. Eventually this will end. You know may not feel like it's going to end it will and I know that That transition is going to be probably very time for you and your best but I have a sort of a personal example my five year old niece. Who I mean we're all partial with our five year old nieces but she's smart as a whip and not too long ago when this first started. She hid my sister's car keys and There is some discussion. I thought they have while but I was really intrigued by that. It turns out some anxiety. My niece had heard something on the news about a disease or virus and there was some anxiety that my sister would get it if she went to work and sort of that was her level of of outbursts Should is a way that parents can address that you know it takes on. That was just a small example. And I don't need you to a you know. Worry about my sister and her kid but that sort of behavior change where it seems militias. There's my sister questioned like boy is she? Was she just being silly to do it on purpose? And then and then she sort of was not untruthful about knew that she was in trouble and in. I could imagine that there are a lot of kids out there that would not want the change of their parent. Going back to working in. This must be sort of Nice for a lot of kids. Have their their parent home regardless of how the parent feels what? What would that look like for parents? How how or should they prepare for that So that example you gave is is a perfect example of how her behavior was communicating a message trade so underlying that was fear and she was really worried about her mom going to work so we need to get to. What is it? That's going on underneath? And we need to address those feelings with our child and we also need to realize that the definition of anxiety is that we are worrying about something in the future. That may or may not happen. It's a perceived threats and so this worry voice tries to tell us that it's happening right now and it's going to happen to you for sure but actually we don't know that it's it's about the future and so in my book that you mentioned at the beginning surfing the worry imps wave the worry 'em Is the imaginary mischievous little character. That comes into our mind. Plays tricks on US and tells us to worry about things. That aren't actually happening right now. So in the book I teach children's tools and one of them is about staying in the presence and looking around and looking at the facts so that we can see what is really happening right now. Most likely your child is safe right now. Most likely your child is healthy right now and so they don't actually have anything to worry about in this exact moment and when it is time to head back to work is going to be really important to use fax with them to help them stay in the presence and to let them know that this worrying is trying to get them to worry about all the worst-case scenarios that could happen in the future. But we're going to stay in the present to take things one step at a time incurred. We can do this. You have some incredible resources on your website. Sharon SELBY DOT COM Your Ted Talk on there you have on your e book on there and it soon will be on Amazon right you have You're gonNA explain a link. You have the decrease in chronic virus anxiety. I believe that goes along with your Abbott. Why don't you tell us more about that? Yeah So my Book and Surfing. The wave is actually a hardcover book. As so that one can be a mailed out to parents and is available for purchase on my website and then it comes with digital discussion guide. That goes into the tools to help parents explain them. Further as follows arts and crafts activities. And things like that so that could be a fun project to be working on while you're at home with your child and helping them understand all about worry anxiety and then. I just created an.

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"selby" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"selby" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Doing a David Selby coming up moments would look at the corona virus and this affects this week we thank in the markets WWJ news time six thirty eight traffic and weather together on the aids to be sold the freeway closure Dennis we sure do that's that one seventy five best one quick creek road that's as you head north through Monroe County twelve mile marker twenty one that is a huge closure because of all the truck traffic that uses I. seventy five so Newport road telegraph to seventy five are going to be possibilities alternatives Dixie highway possibility there as well again I. seventy five northbound shut down until further notice at swan creek road that's just beyond the I two seventy five interchange on I. seventy five have had problems now reported one to seventy five northbound at Michigan Avenue with a crash on the shoulder and big time delays now starting at Adams road all the way through that road work now only two lanes open in each direction of I. seventy five south bounds the slowest now started Adams road all the way down to eight miles got to be a twenty five to thirty minute drive now through that road work and the north to seven or seventy five ramp to west sixty six shut down as part of this work that lasts until November because low I. seventy five northbound at mile marker twenty one swan creek road in Monroe County backward up the Charlie watching the Tripoli jam cams in the Alamo group twenty four hour traffic center Dennis you Boker WWJ newsradio nine fifty and now the accu weather forecast life from dean to Florida in that area that has a closures were some of the steadiest rain is this morning on the northern edge of the rain from Salina to Novi over to Shelby and up to Sinclair and then the city and areas to the south of the city in downriver towards Toledo all in the web here this morning this should slide by we'll see at temperatures get up to near fifty this afternoon with clouds some little sunny breaks.

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Lead intel agency pushes back on reports Russia is aiding Trump

Brian Lehrer

07:17 min | 10 months ago

Lead intel agency pushes back on reports Russia is aiding Trump

"Congressman Maloney is a member of the house intelligence committee that means he was also in the room last week for the briefing in which the committee was reportedly told that Russia is out to help Donald Trump win the presidency again congressman we always appreciate your time thanks for coming on today my pleasure I know that was a classified briefing last week and there are things you can't say what can you tell us about what the trump administration's election security official Selby Shelby Pearson told the committee well I can't speak in detail about what what's the the movie was in a classified setting what I can tell you is that you know Russia interfered in our elections last time it is continuing to do so it is done so around the world by the way in other elections entities and in the news crystal clear that they prefer Donald Trump now I understand the administration wants to shoot the messenger but this is a serious national security issue and and I've said to administration officials you know if you told me that the Iranians you know want to defeat Donald Trump because he killed the general Soleimani I wouldn't say oh you're just trying to make a political argument that the Iranians prefer Democrats I would understand the logic of opposing you know an opponent of the regime in their eyes but I I I by the same measure expect them to recognize that Gladden your Putin who has said publicly he supported Donald trump over Hillary Clinton continues to prefer this president to the alternative it and so they just need to open their eyes and stopped in nine rounds we played the club just before you came on of trump's national security adviser Robert o'brien on television this weekend saying we've been very tough on Russia and we've been great on election security so I think it's a non story do you think they've been great on election security it depends on who that pronoun refers to if you're talking about Paul Nakatani who runs the NSA run cyber command who has the less than a the most important job on defending our elections then I agree that all night sorry the general who runs an essay is great at the agency level they are focused on this problem and I try to we we sure my my my my constituents that they're a lot of good people in your government who still take this stuff seriously we have exquisite abilities that we all pay for and we will deploy them to keep our elections safe and free but it matters a lot the signal they get from the White House it matters a lot that that these agencies not be cooperative the way we've seen at the justice department or the state department by trump loyalists who will say or do anything that could make the president happy there's too much at stake in o'brien did say in the clip even though this was a classified briefing that he has seen no intelligence that suggest Russia is trying to help trump have you seen any such intelligence I can't comment on the content of classified material that I've been retelling what has been publicly reported that I'm aware of suggests that you know that the that the books are statements by the national security adviser he doesn't have a lot of credibility with me most of these people around the president now are there for one regional entities compare it without thinking about whatever the president says for once and that is not the same thing is keeping our country safe will keep in our elections here for the rest of us after all these people accountable another part of that story as we reference just before you came on is that Bernie Sanders has acknowledged that he was briefed the Russia is trying to help him in the democratic primaries and we played a clip of senator Sanders from twenty eighteen a speech at Johns Hopkins called building a global democratic movement to counter Thor tarian isn't that excerpt was also quoted in Michelle Goldberg's New York times column today and she wrote that by contrast under trump the US has abandoned even the pretense of backing democracy and human rights and I see in this morning's news trump is in India in a city that NPR's reporter describes as literally plastered with posters of trump holding hands with their Hindu nationalist leader Narendra Modi's and I don't think Sanders will be doing that so I gather you're a Joe Biden supporter in the primaries but how much would you describe as a false equivalency the claim that Bernie Sanders would be like Donald Trump when it comes to Russia and enabling authoritarianism yeah well I will neither was I mean in other words I I I don't think that anybody has to be confused that Donald Trump has been cozying up to dictators in a way that is offensive and an unjustifiable but I would feel better if if one of the leading democratic candidates wasn't also for bizarre reasons emphasizing how great parts of the Cuban regime more or or if he hadn't decided to honeymoon in Moscow at the height of the Soviet Union and those are also very questionable choices and and things that emphasize for major American politicians I don't like any of it I wish people were clear that they had these dictatorial regimes are bad and are at odds with American values although as far as it pertains to the president and of course many things have been brought up the Sanders supporters would say about Joe Biden and things that he's said about race and sex it cetera going way back but they went way back then and now we play the clippers all the respect I don't know what that has to do with praising the Castro regime when you might want to win Florida in November so you're saying the things that Bernie Sanders said just recently about the Castro regime being not all bad I think there's something I think there's substantively sort all this analytically very dangerous when the moral imperative each year he's to be Donald Trump and anybody who's involved in themselves in some you know some some Ivy League seminar on what's good and what's bad about being even focus on winning this election and that's what I care about because if we put Donald Trump in the White House for four more years the consequences are devastating for everything we care about from the healthcare people sentenced to the environment okay receive quality climate change you know that everything so I with the Democratic Party would focus on how to win this election and I do not think the conversation about the good points of the Castro regime are helpful in any way so Bernie Sanders is going to be our nominee I hope I hope the focus is on winning you're in a Hudson Valley district that you represent it since twenty twelve

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9-Year-Old Struck By Bullet In Dallas Road Rage Shooting Out Of Hospital, Back Home In Oklahoma

KRLD Saturday Morning News

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

9-Year-Old Struck By Bullet In Dallas Road Rage Shooting Out Of Hospital, Back Home In Oklahoma

"Nine year old girl who was wounded in that road rage shooting in Dallas out of the hospital now back home recovering meantime Caryl these Selby Phillips says there may be a reason behind the increase in the number of road rage incident it may be more people in the metroplex crowding under the same number of roads D. B. as lieutenant Lani Henschel says road rage often begins in heavy traffic when someone cuts another driver off or weaves in and out of traffic or is watching a cell phone instead of the row of somebody cut you off or something let that go you don't want to let what the other drivers doing impact your

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"selby" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"selby" Discussed on Mike Drop

"Just create a new fucking special operations unit. That has all female. I said that to be the deadliest unit telling you emails that are at the time of the month. Feed them well and to me like you you can you can. You can have your cake and eat it too in that for those that it's just about saying yes we can now. You have your opportunity and guess what they're so you can't use the excuse. Well the guys had out for us. You can't use the excuse that there is no excuse but the other thing too is now your hand fuck an opportunity to show everybody that you're as good or even better in certain circumstances. Why not take them up on that you know? I don't know why we're not doing that. I don't think anybody's asking what we think. That's bullshit. Maybe they should but at any rate yeah maybe they will all right. Where can people find you social media etc.? Otherwise if they want you know because I I do have a lot of first responder and and you know law enforcement you know military listeners. That very well may want to work with You know any of the groups oops that you're affiliated with now or even have you come in and teach certain things. Where can people find you both on social media and like be able to email you to go down that road of potentially attention contract and yeah so my the main social media have is the instagram which is fly girl are in fly underscore girl underscore underscore are in Lincoln is also a good win to two thousand. That's an error Nikki. Selby And then do you have an email that you modernised contact you through social media. Some media is the best because my emails are just kind of over loaded with bullshit. Most of my messages are but yeah. It's only inboxes are a mess right now. So I'm trying to get a hold of me. I'm really sorry but yeah it's I would say. Social media is S. way Ted to try to get a hold of me all right Is there anything that you WANNA add. Now I'm thank you for the opportunity of bringing me down here and again I can't thank you enough for sharing your time and making the trip out here you have a fascinating career an amazing story To me if if you're not inspired in listening to the path that you've chosen and gone through the obstacles that have been put through your life. You're not inspired by by that. I'm GonNa tell you because I always do fucking joke yourself and you know I just. I love hearing stories of resilience Such as the one that you have and not making excuses excuses breaking down barriers. Doing with kids You know to me there needs to be more more people like you in America. Frankly I appreciate you taking your time. INCA Real quick before we wrap up origin. Labs is there a better sponsor. Probably not They Make Olive Jacko's stuff. He's a pipe fitter their pipe fitters Jack O.. T. The go the discipline the fucking supplements they they kick ass they make great shit. I take their stuff. I love it. they also make really nice jeans boots roots and gays. And we're looking to do some stuff with him here in the near future team dog dot pet. If you own a fucking dog go to team dog dot pet. It's not turn your dog into a fucking navy seal dog. It's for you owners out there that have your head buried in your assets my attempt and helping you reach back and pull your head out of your ass as it relates to your dog so go ahead and do that team dog dot. I also have collars and leashes. CD Oil Food and treats first aid. Kits Got Canine. CPR aren Canine first aid courses. which maybe you can help with in the future? Who knows at any rate? It's all for you guys. It's ninety nine bucks a year Go on their buy liat for Dog owner that you have in your family for Christmas. Whatever at any rate go there check that out as always do want to take a quick second to say thank you to you guys? I've taken the last month off to get this new studio ready. which as you can probably ascertain by the video? It's actually not ready I'm I'm having a custom table for the space built By a good friend of mine. And it's not fucking ready at that's the reality of it We had this scheduled and I wanted to keep it that way So she she in in conjunction with the crew here the new crew as popping the new studios Cherry so congratulations and but we're back at it. Here is kind of the new outlook and framing that. You'll see the background is going to change a little bit for the next time. Most likely glee but welcome back. I cannot thank you guys. Enough for the messages of support You guys have bombarded me over the last few weeks and not releasing being episodes and it's just I can't tell you how humbling and flattered. I am Or humbling it is and how flattered I am rather To have so many people want me to continue to do this and get frankly pissed You know that I took a couple of weeks of not not releasing episodes so You guys keep Keep bugging me about it. I'll keep providing the content We'll keep having awesome guests like Ms Selby here and we'll keep kicking ass. Oh thank you to you guys without your support and all of you guys tuning in week week. After week month after month we wouldn't be able to provide this for you so I appreciate you giving me the opportunity to run my fucking mouth without further ado thanks again. We will see you very shortly until next time..

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"selby" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"selby" Discussed on Mike Drop

"Just create a new fucking special operations unit. That has all female. I said that to be the deadliest unit telling you emails that are at the time of the month. Feed them well and to me like you you can you can. You can have your cake and eat it too in that for those that it's just about saying yes we can now. You have your opportunity and guess what they're so you can't use the excuse. Well the guys had out for us. You can't use the excuse that there is no excuse but the other thing too is now your hand fuck an opportunity to show everybody that you're as good or even better in certain circumstances. Why not take them up on that you know? I don't know why we're not doing that. I don't think anybody's asking what we think. That's bullshit. Maybe they should but at any rate yeah maybe they will all right. Where can people find you social media etc.? Otherwise if they want you know because I I do have a lot of first responder and and you know law enforcement you know military listeners. That very well may want to work with You know any of the groups oops that you're affiliated with now or even have you come in and teach certain things. Where can people find you both on social media and like be able to email you to go down that road of potentially attention contract and yeah so my the main social media have is the instagram which is fly girl are in fly underscore girl underscore underscore are in Lincoln is also a good win to two thousand. That's an error Nikki. Selby And then do you have an email that you modernised contact you through social media. Some media is the best because my emails are just kind of over loaded with bullshit. Most of my messages are but yeah. It's only inboxes are a mess right now. So I'm trying to get a hold of me. I'm really sorry but yeah it's I would say. Social media is S. way Ted to try to get a hold of me all right Is there anything that you WANNA add. Now I'm thank you for the opportunity of bringing me down here and again I can't thank you enough for sharing your time and making the trip out here you have a fascinating career an amazing story To me if if you're not inspired in listening to the path that you've chosen and gone through the obstacles that have been put through your life. You're not inspired by by that. I'm GonNa tell you because I always do fucking joke yourself and you know I just. I love hearing stories of resilience Such as the one that you have and not making excuses excuses breaking down barriers. Doing with kids You know to me there needs to be more more people like you in America. Frankly I appreciate you taking your time. INCA Real quick before we wrap up origin. Labs is there a better sponsor. Probably not They Make Olive Jacko's stuff. He's a pipe fitter their pipe fitters Jack O.. T. The go the discipline the fucking supplements they they kick ass they make great shit. I take their stuff. I love it. they also make really nice jeans boots roots and gays. And we're looking to do some stuff with him here in the near future team dog dot pet. If you own a fucking dog go to team dog dot pet. It's not turn your dog into a fucking navy seal dog. It's for you owners out there that have your head buried in your assets my attempt and helping you reach back and pull your head out of your ass as it relates to your dog so go ahead and do that team dog dot. I also have collars and leashes. CD Oil Food and treats first aid. Kits Got Canine. CPR aren Canine first aid courses. which maybe you can help with in the future? Who knows at any rate? It's all for you guys. It's ninety nine bucks a year Go on their buy liat for Dog owner that you have in your family for Christmas. Whatever at any rate go there check that out as always do want to take a quick second to say thank you to you guys? I've taken the last month off to get this new studio ready. which as you can probably ascertain by the video? It's actually not ready I'm I'm having a custom table for the space built By a good friend of mine. And it's not fucking ready at that's the reality of it We had this scheduled and I wanted to keep it that way So she she in in conjunction with the crew here the new crew as popping the new studios Cherry so congratulations and but we're back at it. Here is kind of the new outlook and framing that. You'll see the background is going to change a little bit for the next time. Most likely glee but welcome back. I cannot thank you guys. Enough for the messages of support You guys have bombarded me over the last few weeks and not releasing being episodes and it's just I can't tell you how humbling and flattered. I am Or humbling it is and how flattered I am rather To have so many people want me to continue to do this and get frankly pissed You know that I took a couple of weeks of not not releasing episodes so You guys keep Keep bugging me about it. I'll keep providing the content We'll keep having awesome guests like Ms Selby here and we'll keep kicking ass. Oh thank you to you guys without your support and all of you guys tuning in week week. After week month after month we wouldn't be able to provide this for you so I appreciate you giving me the opportunity to run my fucking mouth without further ado thanks again. We will see you very shortly until next time..

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"selby" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"selby" Discussed on Mike Drop

"You went to school for four months and then went to Florida afterwards. What What's that pipeline taken in terms of time from so from when you graduated boot camp you go over there and then from the from that time until you're actually out in the fleet or at your first duty station? What period of time is at so it was about? I WANNA say six months total so I started camp in October and then graduated core school on April. Okay Sam okay and so From there what. What was your first duty station? It was branch medical clinic whiting field or branch medical clinic so I mean I'm assuming that's like as white glove hospital like it's not even a hospital. It's a clinic. We had an acute care area in the back back You know mostly saw active duty in their family members for the sniffles and whatever else they came here it was the primary Place for aviators so we would do a lot of the physicals for them But yeah it was very not exciting at all in you know I originally joined in do the five five years in and get my Gi Bill. Yup that's it like this is how I go to. College is one investment what What changed I guess so I mean with with that deployment what where was the point with which you decided? You know what I'm Gonna I'm GonNa do more than just an NY NYU guess. So I was I was going back in for always wanted to fight jets and I was going back and forth with. How do I is that a possibility can get to that point and then being around all these aviators and my God so cool the the file? He's cool cool. Airplanes and helicopters I was starting to look into the Naval Academy stuff and the boost programs and all that But then search and rescue caught my eye. I don't remember why but you know I found out that there was this whole community of Corman that flew and helicopters. And that's why you know having done the WBZ not making it. I was like well. This is an opportunity to do this so so I asked my career counselor. who was the first class at the time and she says oh no? There's no women in that and I was like. Why wouldn't there be women? It's not a combat type of job or you know again. This is ninety seven and have any of that but I was like they don't go to combat this and she's like Oh there's no women serving in that community and well that doesn't mean it's not open the women. Oh you know this is one of the things I tell people when I met her is don't take no for an answer. Like see it in writing. Make sure that you you know I could have easily. It was an E.. Six I was need for for at the time I could have trusted what she said. She's a career counselor. She should know what she's talking about. OCHRE and that would have changed the changes the entire course of my career and I said can and you just go back and look and make sure it says no women say she does and she comes back and she says while it doesn't stay anywhere that women can't do but there aren't any women in there for for me so this is this is how my brain works like Oh challenge. I'm not ready for this at all things. I think of myself a little Chihuahua like I think I'm bigger than okay and I'm like I can do. Let's do it. She was just like hey okay so you were the first woman to. I wasn't the first there. Were where women I knew for sure that was before me there may have been. I don't know if there are other women before at the time I was the only woman doing it or try and attempting to do it so I put my package in and getting accepted for it. And that's that's when you know shit like this always hits me like when when we do. Now what is the designator in the official title for that. So it's eighty four. Zero one is the NEC. They've they've gone there and change the NEC system. I don't know with anyone isn't for you. Civilian assholes naval enlisted classification or MOS. Incredible it's basically. It's a fancy way of saying you're fucking job job so it's searching rescue medical technician including Sarah Mt. It's cool yes she looks up to. ooh I get accepted. I go to the aircrew survival school. I par weeks and again. You're talking to someone who's not a runner or you did you do the Hilo dunker training unknown dead. I did olive and I am terrified of all of that stuff I swear to God i look for things like what would scare the shit out of me. Let's do. It was shaking. They they have you suspended by the water before they drop you in there and I was shaking without a doubt. There's there's a number. There's thousands tens of thousands of people listening that have no idea what what Hilo dunker is. Can you tell people why we do it and walk us through that because it's it's a pretty. It's a neat yet. Terrifying experience that I think a lot of people don't don't realize takes place in a lot of military applications. Yeah it's it's definitely terrifying. So they put hugh in this. They've changed the model nowadays. It's a little bit more friendly but when I went through it was a is basically a big ten can and the inside was supposed to model. I think it was a forty six. It was the model after and they hold you above the water. They drop you into it you in eight other people. I don't remember exactly how many and you have to let it sink to the bottom and then rollover and what it's mimicking as if you are in a helicopter crash or the helicopter goes down over water. You're supposed to you wait until the helicopter flips over. All violent motion stops because in just for you people out there that that is what happens. Is that because the rotor is so heavy weren't hits the water that rotor tips over and flips it completely upside down and so what they don't want you to do and what's not a good idea is trying to unbuckle and get out while that thing's things fucking rolling around and bobbing around. So they they ask you to wait but yet yep so you're supposed to stay inside and because it's more of a danger if you are still alive at that point to try to exit the helicopter after and get hit by Reuters and whatever else is out there so I the most difficult part is not am buckling and trying to get the hell out of there. Because that's what your instinct is right. I'm underwater upside down. This fucking socks so The first she had to go through four times. You go through twice blindfolded twice without once through the main door once without the nearest window and then same blindfolded The first time they dropped me I. So you have to have your hands on your your the point of reference for you and then one hand on your buckle when you drop you go upside down. Another natural instinct is to grab your nose rate because water up your nose. We can't do that. You're holding your reference plane. You're holding your buckle. I immediately unbuckle and then I realized what I did and I you try to hold myself in the C as we're down in the navy divers down there and they're like you're dead so four. I got to do five rides. Amazing and the thing that actually did one of those Not In the military Strangely enough as many times as we've flown in most of our guys do just never ever lined up like either. The trainer was closed or bar schedule shifted or whatever but I ended up doing it for Exxon Mobil Strangely enough but So I have done it just just not in the military ironically but at any rate what I think a lot of people don't realize I was even surprised because I did it after I got out you know then a little over twelve even in is how disoriented you are when it has upside down like nothing looks the same. Seems like what the fuck so that point of reference thing is important but Well then you put the blindfold on and you really are completely screwed up so my last ride again you know like I don't there was one seat you didn't WanNa get. which was the one and that was the opposite side of the main door at the end so I was trying to put myself in line in China like count? You know how many people are in front of me to like maybe get the seat right by the main door because when you do the main door exit blindfolded you have to wait for everybody to get through it and I mean already like holding your breath. You've been upside down for hour-long along I ended up in the I didn't want I'm the farthest across so but I sat there and I said Okay I'm just GonNa I'm GonNa sit here and counting extra ten seconds because by then I was worried about getting tangled up with other people so by then everyone should be gone. I'm good I can go. It almost worked When the first thing that happened I went opposite? Way Against you've already been holding your breath for about thirty seconds. At this point I went the opposite way ran into the back of the little tin can like a shape and then it kind of you. You're like and lost. Where Am I? Don't even know where I am. You lose your raccoons gathered myself but I'm starting to feel like I'm like I'm so you debris this point so I start going and I'm thinking okay. That was another extra five seconds so they really should be gone while the guy in front of me was really tall dude and and he was going out the door I was right behind him and he does his final kick. You're not supposed to kick. He has a kick and kick me in the face and Still hold it together. I get out of there. I'm like almost dying at the end. I did lose a tooth from at. Yeah did you get out. Punch him in the nuts or what the fuck. Knock your chocolates okay. So yeah that was it was. That's you know you're supposed to recall every for years and everybody most people it some people you have like. Oh I love it. They're lying Beta. So you do that. That initial phase was how many weeks weeks so that was four weeks. Lots of running lots of push. I was dying bodies tennis new. I stopped playing tennis at this point. Bay Yeah just dying for weeks you know pretty much was like..

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"selby" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"selby" Discussed on Mike Drop

"You went to school for four months and then went to Florida afterwards. What What's that pipeline taken in terms of time from so from when you graduated boot camp you go over there and then from the from that time until you're actually out in the fleet or at your first duty station? What period of time is at so it was about? I WANNA say six months total so I started camp in October and then graduated core school on April. Okay Sam okay and so From there what. What was your first duty station? It was branch medical clinic whiting field or branch medical clinic so I mean I'm assuming that's like as white glove hospital like it's not even a hospital. It's a clinic. We had an acute care area in the back back You know mostly saw active duty in their family members for the sniffles and whatever else they came here it was the primary Place for aviators so we would do a lot of the physicals for them But yeah it was very not exciting at all in you know I originally joined in do the five five years in and get my Gi Bill. Yup that's it like this is how I go to. College is one investment what What changed I guess so I mean with with that deployment what where was the point with which you decided? You know what I'm Gonna I'm GonNa do more than just an NY NYU guess. So I was I was going back in for always wanted to fight jets and I was going back and forth with. How do I is that a possibility can get to that point and then being around all these aviators and my God so cool the the file? He's cool cool. Airplanes and helicopters I was starting to look into the Naval Academy stuff and the boost programs and all that But then search and rescue caught my eye. I don't remember why but you know I found out that there was this whole community of Corman that flew and helicopters. And that's why you know having done the WBZ not making it. I was like well. This is an opportunity to do this so so I asked my career counselor. who was the first class at the time and she says oh no? There's no women in that and I was like. Why wouldn't there be women? It's not a combat type of job or you know again. This is ninety seven and have any of that but I was like they don't go to combat this and she's like Oh there's no women serving in that community and well that doesn't mean it's not open the women. Oh you know this is one of the things I tell people when I met her is don't take no for an answer. Like see it in writing. Make sure that you you know I could have easily. It was an E.. Six I was need for for at the time I could have trusted what she said. She's a career counselor. She should know what she's talking about. OCHRE and that would have changed the changes the entire course of my career and I said can and you just go back and look and make sure it says no women say she does and she comes back and she says while it doesn't stay anywhere that women can't do but there aren't any women in there for for me so this is this is how my brain works like Oh challenge. I'm not ready for this at all things. I think of myself a little Chihuahua like I think I'm bigger than okay and I'm like I can do. Let's do it. She was just like hey okay so you were the first woman to. I wasn't the first there. Were where women I knew for sure that was before me there may have been. I don't know if there are other women before at the time I was the only woman doing it or try and attempting to do it so I put my package in and getting accepted for it. And that's that's when you know shit like this always hits me like when when we do. Now what is the designator in the official title for that. So it's eighty four. Zero one is the NEC. They've they've gone there and change the NEC system. I don't know with anyone isn't for you. Civilian assholes naval enlisted classification or MOS. Incredible it's basically. It's a fancy way of saying you're fucking job job so it's searching rescue medical technician including Sarah Mt. It's cool yes she looks up to. ooh I get accepted. I go to the aircrew survival school. I par weeks and again. You're talking to someone who's not a runner or you did you do the Hilo dunker training unknown dead. I did olive and I am terrified of all of that stuff I swear to God i look for things like what would scare the shit out of me. Let's do. It was shaking. They they have you suspended by the water before they drop you in there and I was shaking without a doubt. There's there's a number. There's thousands tens of thousands of people listening that have no idea what what Hilo dunker is. Can you tell people why we do it and walk us through that because it's it's a pretty. It's a neat yet. Terrifying experience that I think a lot of people don't don't realize takes place in a lot of military applications. Yeah it's it's definitely terrifying. So they put hugh in this. They've changed the model nowadays. It's a little bit more friendly but when I went through it was a is basically a big ten can and the inside was supposed to model. I think it was a forty six. It was the model after and they hold you above the water. They drop you into it you in eight other people. I don't remember exactly how many and you have to let it sink to the bottom and then rollover and what it's mimicking as if you are in a helicopter crash or the helicopter goes down over water. You're supposed to you wait until the helicopter flips over. All violent motion stops because in just for you people out there that that is what happens. Is that because the rotor is so heavy weren't hits the water that rotor tips over and flips it completely upside down and so what they don't want you to do and what's not a good idea is trying to unbuckle and get out while that thing's things fucking rolling around and bobbing around. So they they ask you to wait but yet yep so you're supposed to stay inside and because it's more of a danger if you are still alive at that point to try to exit the helicopter after and get hit by Reuters and whatever else is out there so I the most difficult part is not am buckling and trying to get the hell out of there. Because that's what your instinct is right. I'm underwater upside down. This fucking socks so The first she had to go through four times. You go through twice blindfolded twice without once through the main door once without the nearest window and then same blindfolded The first time they dropped me I. So you have to have your hands on your your the point of reference for you and then one hand on your buckle when you drop you go upside down. Another natural instinct is to grab your nose rate because water up your nose. We can't do that. You're holding your reference plane. You're holding your buckle. I immediately unbuckle and then I realized what I did and I you try to hold myself in the C as we're down in the navy divers down there and they're like you're dead so four. I got to do five rides. Amazing and the thing that actually did one of those Not In the military Strangely enough as many times as we've flown in most of our guys do just never ever lined up like either. The trainer was closed or bar schedule shifted or whatever but I ended up doing it for Exxon Mobil Strangely enough but So I have done it just just not in the military ironically but at any rate what I think a lot of people don't realize I was even surprised because I did it after I got out you know then a little over twelve even in is how disoriented you are when it has upside down like nothing looks the same. Seems like what the fuck so that point of reference thing is important but Well then you put the blindfold on and you really are completely screwed up so my last ride again you know like I don't there was one seat you didn't WanNa get. which was the one and that was the opposite side of the main door at the end so I was trying to put myself in line in China like count? You know how many people are in front of me to like maybe get the seat right by the main door because when you do the main door exit blindfolded you have to wait for everybody to get through it and I mean already like holding your breath. You've been upside down for hour-long along I ended up in the I didn't want I'm the farthest across so but I sat there and I said Okay I'm just GonNa I'm GonNa sit here and counting extra ten seconds because by then I was worried about getting tangled up with other people so by then everyone should be gone. I'm good I can go. It almost worked When the first thing that happened I went opposite? Way Against you've already been holding your breath for about thirty seconds. At this point I went the opposite way ran into the back of the little tin can like a shape and then it kind of you. You're like and lost. Where Am I? Don't even know where I am. You lose your raccoons gathered myself but I'm starting to feel like I'm like I'm so you debris this point so I start going and I'm thinking okay. That was another extra five seconds so they really should be gone while the guy in front of me was really tall dude and and he was going out the door I was right behind him and he does his final kick. You're not supposed to kick. He has a kick and kick me in the face and Still hold it together. I get out of there. I'm like almost dying at the end. I did lose a tooth from at. Yeah did you get out. Punch him in the nuts or what the fuck. Knock your chocolates okay. So yeah that was it was. That's you know you're supposed to recall every for years and everybody most people it some people you have like. Oh I love it. They're lying Beta. So you do that. That initial phase was how many weeks weeks so that was four weeks. Lots of running lots of push. I was dying bodies tennis new. I stopped playing tennis at this point. 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 Apple plays it safe with iPhone 11 as it pushes new services like Apple TV Plus

The 3:59

07:29 min | 1 year ago

Apple plays it safe with iPhone 11 as it pushes new services like Apple TV Plus

"Good morning and welcome to CNN's daily charges Wednesday September eleventh. I'm an Fox Ruben. The stories okay so after months of rumors leaks and speculation apple revealed its new iphone eleven Tuesday Tuesday it starts at seven hundred dollars that has an upgraded camera and processor but beyond those headlines. There's really not much else to encourage customers to storm apple stores to buy hi it so joan. This event wasn't expected to offer much as far as new iphone invasions. Do you think those expectations were pretty accurate. Yeah Yeah Yeah I would agree on cast over. One of the things that is most innovative is a kind of artificial but it's like the price is the fact that it's a little bit cheaper than like what you would expect considering that you have been tapping those prices so high idea that like the mass availability availibility phone the ones being pegged as being the one that's for the general consumer isn't like a bazillion dollars. There are those pro phones but they're kind of being pitched as being really for or like perfect pro even say pro as opposed to what they were saying last year which were it was the iphone ten ass and the tennis. Max obviously the Max gives gives you some sort of indication that this is for more pro users but they took both of those in basically made them pro phones. I would assume that the expectation that everybody was buying the ten art the Ten our last year was priced at seven hundred fifty dollars this year the iphone eleven price seven hundred when was the last time apple actually lowered prices. They worry worry price. That's a great question by like fifty dollars. This time for their entry level saw the folly in what they were doing. I mean everybody all hands. That makers are having difficulty colty getting people to buy these phones. When there's not a lot of new things you can do with other than stick more powerful processor slam better cameras and give it a little bit better battery life. That's really all anyone can do and that's all that apple's doing here but at least they're not doing it and being also. We'll take another extra one hundred dollars this time around okay. Don't you think they were in doing that. In previous years. It didn't work how it's true. Zero aren't buying the IPHONE IPHONE iphone business has been declining they still make billions upon billions of dollars and the envy of the entire smartphone industry but at the same time it does appear to me if you read through the tea leaves here the writing on the wall whereas Apple realized they needed to restrain their prices with the pro and the pro Max this year the prices stayed the same. They stabilized from last year as well so yeah okay beyond the price. Let's talk about the features but you're right. You're right absolutely the price was really the most interesting part so night. Mode this kind kind of catch up to the Google Pixel. What did you think of that. They were really emphasizing magical it is I mean these things they all good except for the slopes are about to get this loan fees. What did you think of that. I find I like Sophie's Moreland talking poop Emoji from previous years so I could. I could dig a slow Fi. Wait it does doesn't it doesn't talk talk then come on. Give them some credit but no it totally does so what some of the new collars. I hate mentioning new callers honestly because like it's not an invasion but it's something that is appealing people like that. It was something that people really liked about that series when they had that out okay and the other element is with the pro phones longer battery life yeah once you get those you get the three cameras rather than to you so that you have not only the wide angle telephoto another reason why people well that are serious about shooting video and shooting photos would be maybe more interested in up selling themselves to that yeah so. Scott Stein are heroic phone. Reviewer viewer was at Apple's headquarters for this event. Let's check out some of his first impressions for the iphone Eleven. So what you're looking at here is the battery life gains the case extra durability claims for water and for glass string and it's the Camera Camera Camera Camera. How good is the camera on by the way that front facing camera can do slow Mo Selby's now and has a wider area to look at what we'll see night. Mode was also looks. Fantastic is not unique to in fact. It's also on the iphone eleven and that's the question is do you. Maybe want to get the IPHONE. Eleven starts at six hundred ninety nine include the same eight thirteen by chip. It's an aluminum design. Zayn still sports really good better life. It seems and it only has widened ultra white camera not the telephone. We're not getting okay okay so I also want to jump to apple TV plus so while the iphone eleven was kind of a snooze this time around we were kind of expecting that to happen apple TV plus the announcement there was that it was going to be coming out in November verse three five dollars a month and also if you buy new hardware from apple you get the first year free so joan. Is this a compelling offer when you compare it to calm the competitive said well. I mean there's nothing more compelling repelling than free and that's about how much apple should be charging for the service in the sense that they're they're. GonNa have nine things to watch when launches like okay to be fair to Apple. These do seem like high. SPEC shows like sure. I don't know how cool see is going to be but at the same time nobody does know apple's never made program before they've hired like smart people. They've cast really big stars and they're throwing a lot of money at it. which is you know some some of the ingredients that generally can help you get a really good show but they're not going to have a lot of them? They aren't going to be releasing them all at once. So if if you do want to watch the whole thing you're going to have to buy an apple product to get that free subscription pay the five dollars subscription or wait until they all come out and then have the seven day free trial that they're actually going to have for everybody right so I think it's pretty safe to say that there's been a lot of skepticism in the marketplace that Apple TV TV pluses really gonNa make significant waves right especially when there are a lot of competitors that are coming out to go up against prime video net flicks legs so i. I don't want to say the dead in the water or anything like that. Oh no I mean people are going to watch it for sure especially if they're giving it away for free the as a little bonus perk for all these new iphones people are buying an addition to you know during the holiday season when people buy Apple TV's for friends and family in themselves. There's going to be people will just get it for free and so of course they're. GonNa Watch it. I don't think it's going to be that any no. Maybe they'll have big hits. It's just difficult to see why people that aren't prompted by getting it for free and aren't super fans of one of those particular actors like Reese Witherspoon or Jennifer Aniston or Jason Momoa. It's hard to see how there's GonNa. That'd be a mass audience unless they really like find lightning in a bottle and get something that's ridiculously popular now. Buzzy never never count apple out. That's always an important thing to remember but at the same time yeah they do have quite a quite a tough road going ahead with this one for the daily jumped on Fox Ruben. I'm Joni is all. Thanks everybody for joining us.

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Italy, Matteo Salvini And Selby discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Italy, Matteo Salvini And Selby discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Italy's hardline interior minister Matteo salvini appeared to buckle under pressure today to ease the political stand off over a migrant rescue ship with one hundred thirty four people aboard Selby said he would allow minors to disembark after being at sea for two

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Michigan couple finds lottery loophole, wins $26 million in 9 years

60 Minutes

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Michigan couple finds lottery loophole, wins $26 million in 9 years

"For years, high school sweethearts, Jerry. And Marge Selby lived a quiet life in ever, Michigan, the single stoplight factory town, that collapses in the folds of a man, which is why investigators took note when Jerry and Marge may twenty six million dollars winning various state lottery games dozens of times you went into this looking for organized crime surprised by what you found a wouldn't surprise. I was dumbfounded -ly amazed that these math nerd geniuses had found a way legally to win a state lottery and make millions from

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Jerry, March Selby And Marge discussed on 830 WCCO 24 Hour News

830 WCCO 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Jerry, March Selby And Marge discussed on 830 WCCO 24 Hour News

"For years, high school, sweethearts, Jerry, and March Selby lived a quiet life in Michigan single stoplight factory town, that collapses in the fold of the man, which is why investigators took no Jerry. And Marge twenty six million dollars. Winning various state lottery games dozens of times you went into this looking for organized crime where you surprised by what you find. I wouldn't surprise. I was dumbfounded -ly amazed that these math nerd geniuses had found a way legally to win state lottery and make millions from it.

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People in their 20s are injecting face fillers to look like their selfie filters

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:24 min | 1 year ago

People in their 20s are injecting face fillers to look like their selfie filters

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA. People in their twenties and thirties are getting injections to look more like their selfie filters from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Selby's are an art form on social media. But some young people aren't happy with just a Snapchat or Instagram filter. They want the lip cheek and forehead injections. So that their real life faces match the doctor itself fees. The American Academy of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery says there's been a twenty percent increase in botox injections among eighteen to thirty seven year olds in the last five years. Marketplace reporter, Eric embarrassed, it's reporting on this recently. And she told me that the makers of injectable fillers which smooth out the lines on your face like a photo filter. Does are starting to spend a lot more money on social media marketing, our Gan, which is the company that makes boat talks makes Juve Dharam does cool sculpting. That's where they're paying influencers to do a lot of the work. So people are on Instagram anyway, looking at other people's faces all the time. And then they're seeing people that they might follow women that they might look up to. And they're seeing that they also were are actually, you know, talking. About these things, you know, they're like hash tagging Sunday afternoon. Hashtag tocks hashtag filter. Hashtag fillers. You know, the whole thing. Yeah. Tell me more specifically about what people are getting done like what specific procedures than what are people trying to look like. So the most basic thing that most people are getting done is just getting, you know, likable talks injection that kind of freezes your face and kind of makes you look relaxed. But then after that there's a lot of small spas that have opened up that are offering things like institute, which is some stuff that you can get put in your cheeks that give you like sort of a higher cheekbone. You can get your lips done and make them a little bit plumper a lot plumper. There's all kinds of stuff that you can get done. I understand that one woman told you she really has heard of people asking to look more like the filters that they have seen on social media. Right. Yeah. So one woman I spoke with who's Twenty-seven-year-old in Rhode Island. And she says she just gets her lips done. She gets imbo both talks. But it's pretty like normalized amongst her group of friends, and she has a couple. They get a little shot of Duve Derm in the tip of their nose. It makes them look a little bit like that Snapchat filter, and I just thought that was kind of fascinating like the idea that you wanna look like what your online reflection looks like do you have a sense of whether any of the doctors are ethically conflicted about this. Do they resist it at all? Yeah. So I did talk to one doctor who actually is the head of one of the plastic surgery. National plastic surgery associations in Memphis, and he refuses to give anyone any kind of injectable or bow talks unless they medically need it or if they're under a certain age. So he's adamant lead not doing it. But at the same time, he knows that there's like clinics just right up the street that you can just walk into. I think the big part of it is is that because you know, it's it's an elective procedure. It's a lot of money. And so you're budgeting thousand or two thousand a year, you know, it can be hard to say no to that. Erica barris is a reporter with marketplace. Last year. Researchers at the Boston University school of medicine Warren. About what they called Snapchat, Dismore FIA and said, it could lead to body Dismore fic- disorder, a mental illness that causes people to obsess about their imagined defects. And now for some related links head over to our website. Marketplace tech dot org for a link to a longer story that Erica did about this four marketplace and more stories about Snapchat, Dismore, Fiat, and how it has plastic surgeons worry earlier this year doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital published a guide for cosmetic practitioners to help them figure out when they're dealing with someone who is beyond normal discontent with their appearance and onto the obsessive compulsive spectrum that is body this Morphing disorder their research that as many as thirteen percent of people seeking cosmetic surgery have the disorder and in a fun. Fact, I learned that dissatisfaction with your appearance is so common in basically, everyone that researchers call it quote normative discontent. There is a hopeful story from Taylor Laurenz over at the Atlantic though from just a couple of weeks ago about how even though those twenty and thirty somethings or getting the nose injections, look more like their filters. The next generation. Of influencers is actually rejecting the carefully edited super stylized aesthetic, and they're going for a quote, Messier and more unfiltered vibe, the story quotes, a fifteen year old influencers who says that avocado toast and posts on the beach are generic and played out and that it's not cool anymore to be manufactured. So maybe the children really are our future. Unless allergen comes calling with the big check. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM.

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"selby" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"selby" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Owner filed a complaint with the CSL. Selby were forced to go through mandatory arbitration, she would take a lesser amounts thousand the avocado. Wired to her first all. Targets. The I I've watched there was award. And. Okay. You have binding arbitrate, your binding arbitration involved. So why was so was an appeal made on the so an appeal was made on the first decision. Do I have that? Right. And the arbitrator reversed. Well, if he always made on the first decision denied the appeal because they said there wasn't a clerical. So hang on a minute. So you're you're you one on the first decision, correct? Why? Because we filed a real. Reposes amount to her. Okay. And you went to arbitration, and what are the arbitrator say you don't have to pay. Okay. And so you appealed it, correct? All right, and the arbitrator, then went the other way and said, you don't have to pay it. Correct. Wow. Is it -til? However, we pointed out to second division kind of gifted the first how did they wait a sec? I don't get it. You win the first one. You don't have to pay correct? Well, I you know, I sorry. I'm confused either. You're confusing me or I'm a moron. It's it's one of the two. Was that confusing to you, by the way to anybody? Or is that just me because I'm a.

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"selby" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"selby" Discussed on KOMO

"Person's not alive other than, being hungry and a little dehydrated the visitor from Ohio, is going to be okay investigators continued to sift through? The scene at a horizon airlines plan a plane crash, site, on cat island Friday night after it had been stolen from seatac airport here's komo's Keith Eldridge private island. Is home to fewer than twenty people thrust, into the national spotlight Friday night what horizon employee Richard. Russell stole the turbojet and, did aerobatics around the south Puget Sound was kind of, impressed to begin with why thought he king just straight down the sound but I mean with all the way up to Buckley and come back in and fix a little navigation skills Jerry Tomlin has lived on the island since the early, seventies crashing crews busy still picking up the pieces of. The q four hundred carted off the island by, ferry using flatbed trailers exercise that's been going on. The last several days while the cleanup continues catch Rhode Islanders. Are trying to get life back to normal on catch Rhode, Island Keith Eldridge come on It was not business as usual in an Olympia city council meeting this week Eric hi tells us to people to serve the mayor Cheryl Selby with, a lawsuit on the agenda was owning changes and then I'm so sorry this, is a study session And I You I signed. Please the two people shoving documents at mayor Selby said they were there on behalf of the homeless really. Work And there you go Oh sir Ma'am, your third the mayor later told the Olympia and the ruckus was a lawsuit against the city related to, its ordinance banning people from sitting or lying on, downtown streets sidewalks and alleys during. The day prosecutors will determine if any charges will, be filed, Eric Heintz KOMO news with the Pacific Northwest's killer whales struggling and environmental group is suing to force President Trump's administration to expand protected habitat to help them recover, the Tucson Arizona based center for biological. Diversity filed the lawsuit today here. In Seattle it says the National Marine Fisheries service failed to act on the organization's petition to expand habitat protections to the orcas forging and migration areas off the coasts, of, Washington Oregon, and California even though the agency agreed in two, thousand fifteen that's such a move. Was necessary the center says the.

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Anne Rice’s ‘Vampire Chronicles’ TV Series Heads to Hulu

Radio From Hell

04:52 min | 2 years ago

Anne Rice’s ‘Vampire Chronicles’ TV Series Heads to Hulu

"Tried, to tell him don't accept that job A US government paid that's us. You know the taxpayers we paid seven seventy seven thousand dollars for a Donald Trump's weekend visit, to the his Scottish golf, course his own yeah Which they. Pay the. Money He goes back to. Trump because that's, his Representative Chris Stewart said President Trump is no Russian stooge as. He pushed back and CNN's Jake tapper on Tuesday when the host press the Utah Republican on why he wasn't concerned that Trump met privately. With Russian President Vladimir Putin I think that kind of premise of the, question once again was well we know he's a Russian stooge and we know. They're secretly, collaborating, against America Stewart, said well I. Think frankly that's just silliness I don't think that's true at all Stewart who is on and now how someone who lacks intelligence can be on the. House intelligence committee who work but he is a clarified that he didn't. Think Trump Trump was calling he didn't think tapper was, calling Trump a Russian agent but. That some people actually do and I think that's an unfair, characterization of the president's intentions Well no. He's not an agent he is a Russian studio that's because he's easily, manipulated because because they have been able to see that he is an egomaniac. He's an, egomaniac, and he's also, unhinged and if. He's willing to say those things in front of Putin and in front of everyone imagine what he's saying when it was just the two of them, now do you have the Kathy Griffin part of that story Bill don't. Oh you don't move Chris Stewart let me say it, again you know I don't so. Kathy Griffin was watching that saying you know comedian Kathy Griffin New. Got in, trouble for. That picture of her with Trump's head, she she, said Chris Stewart I don't like what you're. Saying you, know who's running against Chris Stewart in Utah and she tweeted out Charene giovani's information, she's like you should donate to this woman if you she's running. Against, running against, Chris, Stewart So Kathy. Griffin fan, Kathy Griffin should just lay back and she's hurt she's hurting more than she Selby Yes sir do. You know what Chris, Stewart then said back to her yes now don't. Get a head of yourself Kathy It became a Twitter fight back and? Forth, between. The two of them which clever I didn't know the Chris? Stewart. Had a sense of humor doesn't he doesn't His office responded yeah it says here. Are we Times No not Kathy Griffin Working. On, it I know Tuesday afra- go-cart, incident according to police forty seven year old man traveling on six hundred west in a. Go-cart just on the street, when, he hit a speed bump lost control of the go-cart and thrown out. Of it He, was the go-carts only occupant he, died at. The. Scene, she became Queen in, nineteen fifty two, so she was not Queen when she was twenty two years old twenty-five so close to five when she became Queen all right I knew she was really young Anne rice yes Gina I've, read, them well most I well she's bringing the vampire chronicles Oh to TV, TV series like a Netflix Yes Hulu I think let's see the series who she the series put into development two years ago when she regained, the theatrical rights from universal and imagine entertainment though it was originally planned for the book series to be adapted into several movies and rice. Admitted in, a post to her Facebook page you realize and. Story was better suited for TV and she she was so mad when Tom, Cruise was. Cast as list that she's like that's wrong. Not how am vision that character at all, I, can see that really piss you off She she she character she created. You can't see are being set cast somebody If it's? If it's, so important to earth. Why didn't she insists on having some real What. You just said she got the rights back Yeah but I? Mean, at the time why didn't she insist on no I have to. Have some creative control over Even so. That then you don't. Sign that contract. But if you're getting paid and. You, don't and they, they cast on, cruise I'd say it's better? You, just go Tom Cruise is a terrible vampire That's. Your sign off by the way Terrible human being Sports weather traffic couple. Of soccer events you need to know about this weekend and And fireworks so let's see Friday July twentieth Utah royals. FC are playing North.

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"selby" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"selby" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Have you not had these yet oh good okay so j salvi is a vegan restaurant in saint paul's on selby it has gotten a lot of buzz they have buffalo cauliflower that has gotten like it's like buffalo wings but it's called flower outstanding love that i'm not a vegan that being said my sister and i go to j selby's regularly because we just love the food so much we love it so much and they have these soy clones that are essentially like a soy based version of a dairy queen blizzard or like mcdonald's mcflurry they mix in whatever kind of like candy into their saucer and here's the thing staff you think to yourself soy clone yuck you think non dairy frozen soft surf yuck and then you try this way clone at sal selby's and i kid you not is the creamy soft serve ever had eight is so good they're baked goods and treats that they mixed into the soy clone are over the top they're so good i like think about cyclones i want one right now i wanted one five minutes ago you did i'm gonna want one so that's how i feel about these clowns at j selby's i think you should go there and you should even if you like they they have often aligned to order food but if you go to the bar when you walk into the right they have a separate line where you can order desserts and so you can just pop in there and get us away close to the next time you're kind of like craving like dairy queen blizzard or something which i mean listen that's great for the summer tail but this quanta j selby's cannot be missed don't let the word soy scary well and let's be honest there are when you eat at milkjam there's a lot of vegan ice there that you don't even know your i mean like they don't even just talk about it it's great it's there and then they pretend that it's not a thing and so i think it's great because it's so it is such a different paradigm but such a good treat dairy free you are having so many more options and some people just like dairy doesn't sit well with them for a lot kinds mixed berry cookies and cream chocolate and peanut butter visit j selby the cyclone.

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"selby" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"selby" Discussed on Z100

"Here at selby not we give it said the painful sprinted across the country no new holy bull langer playing no the way langer listen from the top of the empire state building newspaper ikuyo cross pelvis to ramsey 100 morning joe got your phone tap coming up right now going to get you imagine dragons with believer is yours number one hit music station and one hundred first these although the head things a ban on do things of beknazarov in fact in the mid one tank bid the fbi bureau markedly your who knew must be i was game from our young age muscle given that the masses ratapong wins but the down the mr committee on the missing from from the pain a message from the bane bigham from the brain see in the fbi who we do this.

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"selby" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

Vogue Podcast

03:26 min | 5 years ago

"selby" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

"I'm sure we rented a great fitting, so Alex. Thank you very much. Thank you so much faith speaking with you, grace weekly to all, right? Take care. Bye. We've just hung out with Alexander Wang. And with thrilled to have Selby Drummond. Our accessories director at vogue, and she will share the inside scoop from the show Selby. Welcome today. So glad to have you. Thank you entree. Can you tell us about your role with the vogue fashion fun? I can indeed I I am like Switzerland. I am on everybody's side. I help the designer take the designers through the process, we think of it like vogue bootcamp. They have to know what the vogue speakers they have to show up on time. So I help communicate to all of them. What the expectations are. And I try to help each of them put their best foot forward. And then I'm also helping on the other side to help work with vogue and work with the FDA and all of the judges to construct a program. That's going to help them understand the designers are and evaluate them to the best of their abilities. And also share what I can without. Trang anyone share some more candid Intel from behind the scenes, so I try to I I'm the camp counselor for the designers and the but also the disciplinarian, but I try to be on everyone side. I do have to crack the whip. Sometimes me. Vogue boot camp and not a lot of these some of them have had longstanding jobs and careers. But they don't all a lot of them are just self employed creatives and their genius. But they some of them are. It's like you have to be like, here's how you respond to an Email within six hours. Here's how you show up for. You know, here's how you meet a deadline. Here's how you write an appropriate peace, of course, Condon's so. So. So yeah, there's a little bit of of of risks laughing. So my goodness. I wouldn't ask you another question quickly before we are Mingo. I understand that the fashion fund is very long and rigorous is the process, how does an inspiring Americans apply for the fashion fund. So designers have to be based in America. And they have to have been in business for at least two years or four seasons. We we evaluate it's not the idea is not to put people who are just out of school. They have to be able to shown collections and things like that. So it's a long application process. They're actually number of rounds. They fill out an information sheet and then summer invited back to submit portfolios in those portfolios are very elaborate the portfolios. Glad to the judges the judges divide them up. And then you'll you can see all of this in the Amazon series. But at some point there's a big group discussion between all of the judges, and they decide a final group of. Ten and that's a fascinating process because they all have to balance each other out. It's not just, you know, the judges wanna make sure there's different categories represented, and but each one is judged on their merits, and then it is a grueling five month process where and it's gone. I mean in the first season, I think it was just sort of they would show up. They would do first presentation. And then a final interview, and we've added hoop after hoop that they have to jump through. But it's because the judges are so committed to really taking a close look at the.

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