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"seven years" Discussed on Forever35
"Thousands of people all around your age. A lot of whom who don't know anyone, everyone's trying to make friends. And then you leave that environment. And it's harder. And I think that's why sometimes people work seek out workplaces that are very social because they want to kind of replicate that, which as we've discussed has its pros and cons. But since you work from home, I'm still talking to the previous listener. That's obviously harder. But yeah, I mean, I think you have to be a little bit more intentional about it. And I think this person makes a really good point, is ask for their numbers. Be a little bit more forthright. And I don't want to say aggressive because it's not really like aggressive, but make the first move, I guess, is what I want to say. Yeah. Yeah. It can be hard. I get that. I get that a lot, but. All right. We got another voicemail with kind of an interesting dilemma. That I wanted to share. All right. Hi, I'm so happy to finally be able to call the pod about a question. So for my birthday, I had a facial. I treated myself to a facial at a very fancy spa. And it has been a while since I have a facial. And when they were doing these extractions, I felt like it was kind of intense, but I thought maybe I just didn't remember what I was like. And when I got home, I realized I had broken blood vessels on my chin and nose and cheeks. And I was just wondering, has this happened to anyone else and what do I do? And before I go, I have to say, shout out to the forever 35 Ottawa group in Canada. We've been meeting periodically for about a year and they're the best. So just have to say hi to them. Anyway, thanks so much. This concerns me having broken blood vessels. I agree. I would go to a dermatologist. And I would not go get a facial at this place again. Yeah. This seems not right. Yeah, I'm sorry this happened to you. I think that, you know what, as I've gotten older, I get less and less extractions when I get facials. I don't know if that's just like organically how the facialists I see are, but I'm kind of like way less into extractions kind of for this reason. One they hurt a lot of them. And two, I'm not quite sold on the necessity a lot of times. And this definitely is a red flag. That's fair. Yeah, I think. And I think if you're inclined, you could bring it up with the either person or place where you got this facial done. You definitely go get that checked out advice. All right. We have one last text. Hi Kate and Dori today is my forever 35 birthday. I just wanted to share that listening to the show all these years has made me look forward to this day. In true forever 35 style, I took the day off, got a facial speaking of facial. Napped and read a book recommended in the forever 35 book group. Love to you both, and thank you for all the wisdom laughs and joy you bring to others. Now, did I include this? Because it's such a complimentary message. Of course. But happy birthday to you. Welcome to 35. I love glad you're here. You know, a way to do it. Way to give yourself a nice day. So cool. It does sound dreamy. Doesn't it? Well, Kate, this brings us to the end of our little show here. Hey everybody, don't forget to get out there and vote and vote early if you can. Oh, yeah. Right? Good point. Ultimate self care. It's so true. Oh, goodness me. All right, well Dory, we will teach you why. We sure will. All right, bye everyone.
"seven years" Discussed on Forever35
"And we don't have kids yet or pets, so it's a little challenging meeting new people. Do you have any suggestions for finding other girlfriends or spouses of entertainment industry folks? Is there a support group or something? Or could you share any ways you cope with a significant other being out of town for long periods of time? So I wanted to include this because I don't actually think it's a niche. It's niche and that your significant other works in entertainment. But I don't think it's niche for people to have partners who are gone for long periods of time. Certainly if you have a spouse in the military, they are gone for months to years. And I've had friends who haven't seen partners in the military and they haven't seen them for almost, you know, they're gone for a whole year. So that can be really intense and I do think it really helps to have other people who understand what it is like to have a spouse who has gone for long chunks of time. So I don't know if there's any sort of support group. I think that's like a Google able thing for sure, but I would just even see if you can connect with a significant others of the people who your partner works for. Like ask them like, hey, does anyone else have a spouse who's hanging around? I'd love to grab coffee with them. I think it's good advice. I think also just like pursuing other interests. Is always good. I mean, whether it's like taking up a new sport or hobby or just like anything that gets you out and interacting with other people, I mean, Kate, you've taken up pickleball. I am passionate about pickleball. I love it so much. I haven't got like ventured into my community courts yet because I'm still a beginner and I'm a little apprehensive about the intensity out there, but that's definitely it's apparently a very welcoming community and it definitely a way to meet people for sure. Yeah, or like join a dodgeball team or kickball team or softball team, or if you're not into sports, do something at all. I don't know. Try out for community theater. Join a choir, go to church. There's a lot of, I think there is community out there, if you look for it, but it is going to probably take a little bit of effort. Yeah, and I actually like the point you're making that it doesn't need to be connected to just other people whose spouses are gone for long. I think it can help to have other people who understand what that's like, because as someone who has been through that, it is really weird and isolating and hard. But I think Dora, you make a really good point. And I think the suggestions you're making are how you cope. That is exactly your significant other being out of town for a long time. You have to rely on yourself to get out there. And actually, you know what, after the break, we're going to play a voicemail from a couple who called in with some like friendship making tips. So that could also be helpful. All right, well let's take a break. Okay, BRB. You know, you don't really hear much about it, but around 16.5 million adults in the U.S. have eczema, including my esteemed podcast co host, Doris shaffer. Hello. And one of my children. That's a ton of people. And while it affects people in a bunch of different ways, and a different levels of severity, the asthma and allergy foundation of America, found that over 15% of adults with the most common type of eczema actually make changes around their life to accommodate it. It's a lot. Luckily, today's sponsor glad skin has a great product that promotes healthy skin with balanced products through their unique protein microbalance. So this protein restores the natural balance of good and bad bacteria like other products just wipe out everything. 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With a promised hi Kat and Dora, this is grace, I'm driving to Michigan with my boyfriend and we were just listening to many apps three 42 where the listener asked was a girl to do in her 30s to make friends. You know, and I'm the same 36. And I think there's one piece in what Dory's response was that was missing, which was, you know, you can go to all those activities and play tennis and do a lot, but what I find is really effective is once you go to those things, actually asking you people you need there for their numbers. And reaching out afterwards, that would follow up to, you know, if you meet someone a ton of class, text them later to say, do you want to hit some time or other volunteering events saying, move on to together next time, let's go get brush. And otherwise, things just don't happen naturally. You have to do take that extra step. My boyfriend or just discussing that and that we call in to share that feedback and our own experience, trying to make friends as in our 30. The other one I'll just give a shout out is the junior league. Which is a fantastic volunteering organization for women. There's chapters in every city. In fact, I learned that president of the Chicago chapter that I'm in also forever 35 lister, so hi Kristen. And I've just met a ton of awesome women through the junior league. So highly recommend that, I know it's different in each city, but my experience in Chicago and also in the London league have both been very, very positive. Well, June junior league. That reminds me of my mom. I don't think I never have really thought about June. Also, hello, shout out to the president of the junior league who's also listening. Yeah. So much. Yeah, junior league. I don't know much about them, but that's a cool suggestion. And I also think this listener's right, like you have to kind of like, you have to pursue, you know? Well, and you know, I think, and I feel like we've talked about this a little bit before, but I think it can be tough going from environments where friendships happen a little bit more organically or maybe even a little bit more passively, I think. You're in school, you're if you went to college or in college, if you went to grad school, you're just thrown in with hundreds,
"seven years" Discussed on Forever35
"You know, if you get it, I won't judge you. I won't judge you. Okay, all right. Well, Dory, should we, should we take a break or should we do a text? What do you want to do here? We're at ten minutes. Let's just read a couple of these texts. Okay. I'm going to read one. Okay, if you don't mind. Now take it away. Just randomly thinking of that hilarious episode when Kate did a butt mask live on the pod. It was very early in the pandemic when the fear and confusion were so elevated. I'm still thankful for the laugh cry I had that morning. Thank you for doing what you do. You know, it's hard work, but somebody's got to do it. Someone's got to do it. And that person is me. Okay, what I'm hearing is that we need more live button masks on the pod. Well, you know, I do have the mega babe butt mask, which I do like a lot. If you want me to do that one day on the podcast, I would be happy to do that. I will have to do the podcast standing up because it's like a creamy, it's little tush clarifying butt mask. But I like this stuff. So should I do that? Should I do a butt mask on the podcast? Again, maybe. The people seem to be demanding it. Yes, this one person needs it to happen. Yeah, okay. Thank you, listener. And gosh, I remember those early days of the pandemic, what a time. What a time. Still traumatic to think about. Here's a tech story. Hey Kate and Dory, please tell me you're watching farmhouse fixer with John knight. It's everything. He's so passionate about the old homes. And you also get a dash of Jordan every now and then. Such a comfort watch. I have watched a farmhouse fixer with John knight. I mean, I still think about the new kids on the block concert that we saw and how he was the only one who didn't wear a tank top. I still think about that. I know, and he was just like, I'm just here. He was just in his plain black T-shirt. Everybody else isn't like sparkly tanks. And John was just kind of like, you know, my first passion is farmhouses, and this is how I keep the lights on. Totally. I fucking love didn't even really get into the dancing. You know what I mean? Well, she's always had stage fright. I mean, that's one thing that we need to remember about John early in the late 80s. He had stage fright. But yeah, I forgot. Yeah. I think he's so sweet, and I just, I have a real soft spot for him, his husband's really hot. I don't know, I'm happy. I love him. And I also do want to get a farmhouse and have him fix it up. I mean, look, that could be, that could go on your vision board. He is passionate about old homes and old New England homes. Like what? Yeah. I love it. All right. All right, Dory, let's take a break. Okay, let's do that. So Dory, we have a voicemail that the second I heard what it was about, I was like, and we need to talk about this because Dory is experienced it. But then further on on the voicemail, the listener also notes that this is something that you've talked about. So I'm excited for you to weigh in here. Okay. Hi, Friends. This is Kim from Columbia South Carolina. Long time, third time. So I'll understand if you don't play this. But I thought I'd give it a whirl. My husband and I just celebrated our 7th wedding anniversary. And I am experiencing a literal 7 year itch on my ring finger. It's a sword itchy, scaly patch of skin under my ring. And I think the Dory had experienced this. And I don't remember if she found a solution. Other than taking off her rings. But I've taken off the rings, I put on cortisone cream, let it heal, but when I put things back on, it comes back. And my hypothesis is, so everything I've read says it's moisture from washing your hands that gets under there and trapped under there. So take off your rings when you wash your hands. Except I can't do that because my rings are so tight. They're so tight, it is very difficult and painful to take them off. So I need some advice. I'm also curious if anyone has ever gotten their rings expanded. Is that a thing that jewelers do? I did a little bit of Googling, but I'm curious what this community would recommend. Okay. Love you both bye. I think most rings can be expanded. I've had my rings expanded, and then even after that, there's still too tight on my hands. So they can be, but I actually thought it was going to be easier. I think that they have to have some metal. Like if you expand too much, it's essentially going to be too thin. So it would take them to a jeweler and have them get looked at for sure. Yeah, I think that's good advice. Now the itch, though, the itch. Well, you know, someone mentioned to me that it could be that they need to be cleaned. Oh, that's interesting. Yeah, which I still have not done. But that could be something to look into. So cleaned not like the gemstones or just when you get a ring cleaned like at the metal cleaned. I'm assuming that is what that is what they meant, yes. Okay, copy that. Okay. Intriguing, intriguing. Listener, try that out, let us know. I have gone through times where I haven't been able to wear my wedding rings because they make me itch so much. So, and I know you've been there Dory. So yeah, I mean, I basically never wear mine anymore. Yeah. I put them on occasionally. Like if I'm getting dressed up, I'll put them on. Mine are too small. I bought myself a plain gold band that I wear because my actual wedding rings my hands have just grown, so. Yeah. It's frustrating. Yeah. All right. Let's read this email. Hi Kat and Dora. I have a niche friendship question that I'm hoping you might have some insight into. Do you have any recommendations for how to find friendships with people whose significant others also work in the entertainment industry and travel often? My boyfriend works in TV and is a way for months at a time filming. And it's becoming more and more difficult to be at home without a sense of community. I think it might help to have a friend or two who understand this lifestyle since it's pretty unique to LA. I have virtual friendships and long distance Friends from college, but I'd like to have more IRL Friends. I work from home, not in the
"seven years" Discussed on Forever35
"Actually a couple of prods I want to talk about today. Okay, well, not serums, though. Oh, well, I actually kind of have a serum thing to mention too. So before we do that, let me just tell you this is mini episode where we hear from you. We share your comments and your thoughts, and we answer your questions to the best of our ability. But please remember we are a podcast host. We're not experts. We always encourage you to seek support first and foremost from a medical and or mental health professional as needed. If you want to reach us, our voicemail and text number is 781-591-0390 and our email is forever 35 podcast at Gmail dot com. That's also where you can send us a voice memo. If you're a voice memo. Yes, you can visit our website forever 35 podcast dot com for links to everything we mentioned on the show. We are on Twitter if February 35 pod or on Instagram, if ever 35 podcasts, you can join the forever 35 Facebook group at Facebook dot com slash groups slash forever 35 podcast, the password is serums. We also have a newsletter at February 35 podcast dot com slash newsletter. And you can shop everything we mentioned on the show at shop dot U.S. slash forever 35. Okay, so let's hear it. Where are you coming in hot with this prod rack? It's not in our show Doc. And so I like the element of surprise that's being used here. So it's actually an advertiser. Oh. I wonder who it could be. Hold on. Should this be obvious to me or should I be surprised? I don't know. I don't know, Kate. I don't know. Are you going to be surprised or are you going to be like, oh yeah, of course. I'm ready. Okay, I'll just tell you, it's glad skin. Go on. It's so funny you said this. I was literally just getting out there eczema cream last night. Okay, go on. Okay, so I did use their eczema cream last night. That patch on my neck, that flares up every so often. But I have been using their face wash, oh, the gentle, the gentle cleanser. The face wash for eczema prone skin. It's a gel to milk. Oh yes, that's what it's called, excuse me, gel to milk. Okay. But I have also, when I've been wearing makeup, I've been using their makeup remover. Okay. And you are having a positive experience here. I am having a positive experience. Now, these are very gentle. Very gentle. Now, the makeup remover gets the job done. It is not drying whatsoever. Okay. I really, I really like it. It has four ingredients. Oof. That's good. I like that. Which is nice. There's no alcohol. Which is drying. There's no fragrance. I mean, give me a prod without fragrance. I love that. Dory is not here for your fragrance. And we should clarify this is not like a sponsored segment. I don't even know if they're advertising on this episode. Yeah, no, I just was like, oh, I actually kept meaning to mention it and I forgot. And then I also really like their face wash. Again, very gentle. So if you're someone who likes like a deep exfoliation or you like your skin to feel tingly or whatever, this is probably not the face wash for you. If you are worried about drying out your skin, if you have eczema prone skin, I've really been liking this. So that's my wreck. This also has four ingredients. That's really, I mean, I've been using the eczema cream on one of my kids who has really bad eczema on their ears. And the back of her ear, and it's really, it's been very soothing. I just help her put it on every night, and it's been it really works. I mean, and also we should say that we have a code. You can get 15% off. We do have a cultural shipping. We have a code. We have a code. The code is forever 35. No, excuse me. It's glad skin dot com slash forever 35. Go there for 15% off and free shipping. If any of these products intrigue you, ador, you know it, and you know an endurance mint is hard to get, you know? Okay. Yes, and indoors when it is hard to get, but I also do just want to say, I have very specific things that I like. Like I just discussed. And so if that is not your vibe, that's fine. But if you, like me, hate fragrance in your products. You want something gentle but effective. You don't want anything drying. I mean, get on up in there. Okay. Well, I have a product a couple product recommendations because I finally tried products from violette underscore. I believe she's an influencer, a French influencer, so you know immediately I was like, sucked in. Okay, I'm not familiar with the violet. So I've someone mentioned one of these products. I think it was one of the gals from glos Angeles. Someone has mentioned this brand before on the show. And I had never heard of it. And if I'm not crediting the right guest, I apologize. But it has been mentioned. I came to their products at a very roundabout way in which I was watching a stylist's video on YouTube, the stylist that I follow, and she did like a closet clean out with the founder of violet, which her name might even be violent. I don't know. Anyway, interesting. So then it was like going to go over and look at her prods. And then I kind of remembered that someone had mentioned their stuff. And I was like, oh, can't resist. Why don't I procrastinate and buy some things? Because they have this stuff called boom boom milk, which is a three one boom milk. Yeah, boom, boom milk story. The space milk. Got it. Okay. It's essentially a toner a serum and a moisturizer in one milky spray. Oh, okay. So you know that hits like all my sweet spots. I love them. I love a milky, and I love a spray, and I love a toner, and I love a serum, and I love moisture. So I got the travel size I'm traveling this weekend. I also didn't want to buy the larger size and not like it. And this stuff is great. I love it. It's super hydrating. You can use it on its own, but I also use it and then put moisturizer on. So I have really been loving this boom boom milk. And then I also got their fragrance, this may be how I came to it. They have a fragrance called avec amour and it's a perfume oil. And I've been just leaving it at my desk. The scent doesn't last very long on me. I think I like something stronger, but it's kind of a nice amber Musk veta ver smell. And I like it. I also got a couple other of their products that I'm trying out. One is like a highlighter stick that I am linking and then one is a sheer lipstick that does nothing for me. So that's a bit of a bummer, but I also am trying their balm shine universal highlighter stick. And that's been kind of nice. So their products are nice. This boom moon milk is great. Really into the boom boom milk. Do I need boom boom milk? No, don't get it. You have enough stuff and you well, no, let's be honest. You okay, you stick to what you like, and you have the things you use. And you just got rid of stuff. And so I'm telling you, don't add to the pile. Wow. This is the most firm I've ever been about anything that I seriously came in hot. I don't know if you do. I don't know if you do need boom boom milk, but
"seven years" Discussed on Forever35
"Please trust me when I say that my sono speakers are used for literally everything. My family and I listen to music, we were having a dance party to 80s music last night in our kitchen. That was on the Sonos speaker, we get the podcasts going, Sonos, audiobook, Sonos, if my kids are in charge of the speakers, it's Harry Styles. I mean, and maybe also like me, you know, we're all putting Harry Styles on in this house. And we listen from all over our house. We've got a Sonos in our home office. We've got one outside in the backyard, in the kitchen. And if you're anything like me, you're going to want to share the joy of listening this holiday season with Sonos one. These are the exact speakers that I have. They are compact, but no less powerful for the small size they deliver very rich sound and they have hands free built in voice control. The compact design fits literally just about any space. I'm staring at my sono speaker right now in my home office. Plus, it's humidity resistant. You know what this means, right? You can use it in the kitchen or the best place to listen to anything, the bathroom, the number of times I have listened to things on my speaker in the shower is astounding. You can start with one and build your collection or get a bunch all at once. And also no speakers work together so you can listen in any or every room and bring the family together with incredible sound for everything from classic holiday carols to festive films. Two, the forever 35 podcast, visit Sonos dot com to learn more and find thoughtful recommendations for everyone on your list. You have all heard us talk about color guru. And that is because we genuinely love color guru. I mean, it tasted our lives. I don't even know who was I even before I knew I was a moonlit winter. You were a woman wearing rust. You were wearing a lot of rust. And wearing rust. Which you can wear rust, even if it's not on your color palette. But the nice thing about color guru is that they suggested other colors that may be might, I don't know, be a better match for you. I remember the first time I wore one of my signature colors, if you will. Go on. And we were recording, and you were like, you were like, you could not stop gushing about what I was wearing. You were like, oh my God, that dress looks amazing on you. I love that color on you. You are literally like I love that color on you. 'cause there's this bright blue? Yes, oh my God, I was gonna say, was it one of the blues? Yeah, it was one of the blues and I was like, yep. Because I started wearing it because I was like, oh, color guru says this is my signature color. I'm gonna try it. And it was proven to be the case. So it's super easy. You just, you upload photos, you answer a few questions, and then they match you with your ideal color palette for clothing. And they also have a makeup offering, which is pretty cool. So if that's something you're interested in, you can do that as well. And they send you a digital color card for your phone, and then you also get a laminated card. So no lie, I keep my laminated card by my computer, so do I. I swear to God. Because I'm not doing that much in store shopping these days. But when I do online shopping, I'm like, well, let me just consult my card. I mean, I've told you how I looked. I received a lip color that was an orangey red. And I was like, I never wear this shade. And then I looked at my makeup palette. And it says it was one of my colors. And then I put it on. And I get compliments on this lipstick color. And I love how I look at it. That's the most important part. It's not what other people think, but how I feel. Exactly. And I remember same as with my dress. I remember when you wore that lip color. I was like, oh, that looks good. We are new women. It is really cool and I think as I've mentioned on the pod before it also helps me narrow down what I'm buying. I can just sort of eliminate things that I'm like, you know what? I could hate that. I could wear this, but I think I will actually look better in something else. So if you know someone who loves to shop or wants to know more about their colors, color gurus, custom color card, would make a great gift, and you can get your custom color card at your color guru dot com and use coupon code forever for 10% off any color
Seven years of sex abuse: How Mormon officials let it happen
"Three of 6 children who accused their father of sexual abuse are suing the Mormon church for not going to authorities and letting the abuse go on for years The eldest daughter of Paul Douglas Adams of Arizona says when her father confessed to a bishop at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints it was kept in the church It didn't stop let's have them go to therapy It didn't stop Hey let's forgive and forget and this will all go away It didn't go away Adams was finally arrested when authorities discovered videos he had posted online but not before he assaulted his daughter for another 7 years and even attacked a newborn daughter the Mormon church says its bishops are excused from reporting abuse to police under Arizona's clergy penitent privilege Adams killed himself before going to trial his wife served prison time after doing nothing about the abuse I'm Donna water
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Rangers record 3rd straight shutout, beat Jets 3-0
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Can cancer blood tests live up to promise of saving lives?
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California police search for shooters who killed 6, hurt 12
"Police police police police in in in in Sacramento Sacramento Sacramento Sacramento California California California California are are are are still still still still searching searching searching searching for for for for those those those those responsible responsible responsible responsible for for for for Sunday's Sunday's Sunday's Sunday's mass mass mass mass shooting shooting shooting shooting that that that that killed killed killed killed six six six six people people people people and and and and wounded wounded wounded wounded twelve twelve twelve twelve others others others others police police police police say say say say at at at at least least least least two two two two shooters shooters shooters shooters opened opened opened opened fire fire fire fire on on on on a a a a busy busy busy busy street street street street around around around around two two two two AM AM AM AM as as as as bars bars bars bars and and and and clubs clubs clubs clubs were were were were closing closing closing closing killing killing killing killing the the the the three three three three men men men men and and and and three three three three women women women women ranging ranging ranging ranging in in in in age age age age from from from from twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one to to to to fifty fifty fifty fifty seven seven seven seven police police police police chief chief chief chief Kathy Kathy Kathy Kathy Lester Lester Lester Lester the the the the scale scale scale scale of of of of violence violence violence violence that that that that just just just just happened happened happened happened in in in in our our our our city city city city is is is is unprecedented unprecedented unprecedented unprecedented during during during during my my my my twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven years years years years here here here here at at at at the the the the Sacramento Sacramento Sacramento Sacramento police police police police department department department department social social social social media media media media video video video video shows shows shows shows a a a a fight fight fight fight than than than than dozens dozens dozens dozens of of of of rapid rapid rapid rapid fire fire fire fire gunshots gunshots gunshots gunshots are are are are heard heard heard heard police police police police sergeant sergeant sergeant sergeant Zaki Zaki Zaki Zaki I I I I don't don't don't don't know know know know that that that that I I I I actually actually actually actually made made made made the the the the shooting shooting shooting shooting or or or or still still still still looking looking looking looking through through through through all all all all those those those those details details details details right right right right now now now now police police police police found found found found a a a a stolen stolen stolen stolen gun gun gun gun at at at at the the the the scene scene scene scene meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile people people people people are are are are leaving leaving leaving leaving candles candles candles candles and and and and balloons balloons balloons balloons as as as as a a a a memorial memorial memorial memorial to to to to the the the the victims victims victims victims grows grows grows grows I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
Live updates: 'Let it Go' girl performs at Poland concert
"A young Ukrainian girl who went viral for singing a hit song from the movie frozen performed in a much different venue seven year old Amelia Anna so which started singing in a bomb shelter in key the cell phone video drew worldwide attention Amelia is now out of Ukraine and Poland she performed her country's anthem live onstage at a charity concert she she wore a traditional Ukrainian embroidered dress and sang in the same clear voice that can be heard in mast cell phone video Amelia is with her grandmother and her brother in Poland but her parents remain in Keith I bet Donahue
Elizabeth Holmes' ex-lover, business partner faces own trial
"The ex boyfriend of former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes goes on trial Wednesday sunny bell while he faces charges that he was homes accomplice in the Silicon Valley scam involving a blood testing technology that flopped the fifty seven year old denies the charges home to thirty eight was found guilty of investor fraud and conspiracy in January she's free on half a million dollars bail while awaiting sentencing that is stirred speculation that she might agree to testify against bel Wanty if prosecutors agreed to recommend leniency for homes in exchange for her cooperation I'm Julie Walker
Singing coach, 87, dies after she was attacked on NYC street
"New York City police are searching for the woman who pushed an eighty seven year old Broadway vocal coach to her death on the street Barbara Guster and also worked with performers be on Broadway police say she was attacked in Chelsea last Thursday by a woman who pushed her to the ground Guster Nader head and died Tuesday chief of detectives James Essig says it wasn't on provokes senseless attack that's horrific an eighty seven year old woman just walking down the street knocked to the ground police released surveillance video of the suspect a woman who they say cross the street came up behind us churn and pushed her to the ground on west twenty third Julie Walker New York
Maryland man who got first pig heart transplant dies after 2 months
"The man who received the first heart transplant from a pig has died the university of Maryland Medical Center says fifty seven year old David Bennett died Tuesday two months after the transplant doctors didn't give a cause only saying his condition began deteriorating several days earlier than it a handy man from Hagerstown Maryland what's facing certain death without the procedure he was ineligible for a human heart transplant bed ridden and on life support and out of other options the food and drug administration allowed the Maryland experiment under compassionate use rules for emergency situations I'm
Russians besiege crucial Ukrainian energy hub and seacoast
"As Russia presses its offensive into Ukraine residents who haven't flatter seeking shelter from the bombing well relatives overseas are struggling if they try to maintain contact I'm Ben Thomas the look at how they're coping you can never go club lives with their seven year old son a lot of merit in Long Beach California but her head is in Ukraine with family and friends asking them every day texting how do you guys think you mean the world hello relatives are sheltering from the Russian strike somebody on the ground in shelters in just minutes metro on the ground the connections are sporadic and that takes a toll and then my cousin doesn't answer and I tried to stay Carl it's painful to be was such a big fear about their life earlier this week on a heard of the death of a friend's son what can we say you know we feel even some she speaks of a sense of guilt I don't know how to explain it some shame like you're safe here we have saved here in US but it's not easy and it what your mind can just explore you and I commissioner for human rights says at least two hundred and twenty seven civilians have been killed thirty Crimean officials put the toll at more than two thousand with N. one million Ukrainians have fled the country I'm Ben Thomas
"seven years" Discussed on Cloud Security Podcast by Google
"And I think one of the things that Google is a good fit because, first of all, it ties well to cloud. It's still a full platform, so it provides everything that the security operation needs from end to end, and it can tie to the detections from chronicle, SEC, and really take you all the way from the detection to the response. That makes a ton of sense and I think that's actually a very nice nuanced dance around the different kinds of automation platforms and thinking about internal security again. They actually have more than one automation tool for the same team. So I can totally see how in users minds those different distinctions end up being super valid. We're just about at time. I want to ask you our traditional closing questions. We hate to leave our listeners empty handed. Do you have recommended reading for our users? And you have like one weird tip to improve their store experience. Recommended reading. Yeah, blog, a white paper, a book, could be Anna karenina for the range of discussion, get on the show. I haven't prepared with that. 75 blog is decent region. I think at some point it will become Google Cloud blog and continue to be decent region, but that's a separate story. So what about the tip? What about one practical thing to improve a store experience? One practical thing to start your store experience in store journey. I think like I mentioned before, is start first with a quick wins. I would say fine. What are the things that you do manually the most? And that are the most noisy in your organization. And you can show the value really quickly to the security organization if you focus on those. And then slowly build your confidence in. Perfect. Thank you very much. Quick wins was my favorite advice for sim deployments and it sounds like sore follows the same pattern here. So Amos, thank you very much for being on the podcast. We would really appreciate it. It was fun. It would be useful for the audience too. Thank you. And I suspect we have enough to talk about that. We'll bring you back in the future. Very happy to be a pleasure, guys. Awesome. Thank you. And now we are time. Thank you very much for listening. And of course, for subscribing. We hope to see you at our next cloud security.
"seven years" Discussed on Cloud Security Podcast by Google
"Store with sass and other box content much more easily use it, even if they don't have huge teams. On the topic of migrating to sore and adopting sore and why that's getting easier for organizations, I'm curious because we've had a lot of conversations about migration on this podcast, some of it to the cloud, so I'm about to zero trust. And people have said, you know, start with something critical or start with something that nobody will notice. When it comes to your first sore playbook, what's my hello world of soaring? How do I start on the right foot? And don't call it from my Gartner white paper on this because this would be cheating. I had a list of top three use cases back in 2019. It's a good question because everyone's fear without automation is to break something in the operation and business critical. So where you need to start is also where you can start building more confidence in the process. And that's really simple things like codifying the processes, even if you don't automate them at first, at least the main ones just so you have consistency and you can be confident in these are the steps and these are the stages that you want to happen for particular types of alerts. But then the next thing after that is things like enrichment, triage of different alerts, validation, to kind of weed out false positives and not necessarily block anything or delete anything or take down any machine automatically, but add confidence and prioritize threats rather than mitigate them. Slowly, this helps you weed out all the false positives, a lot of noise. Just focus maybe on the things that are first, the most noisy types of alerts that you know that there is a lot of manual operation to investigate them, automate as much as you can from that that would typically be like 80% of the alerts so that the.
"seven years" Discussed on Cloud Security Podcast by Google
"If stock originally was and talked about this a lot, it was more like centralized. People sitting in the room 24/7 in dark rooms with screens lining their eyes. It's not really the case so much. It's very distributed, very geographically spread. And also needs to include not just the local teams and the remote teams, but also service providers that can collaborate together with the security operation teams. That makes sense. And I think to me this is definitely showing the evolution of the technology over some number of years, which kind of reminds me of my analyst days, right? When I was writing, I think one of the first garden papers and sore, I did say quote that adoption some would face his headwinds because I've seen organizations that struggled with processes so they couldn't automate what they didn't have and they were other challenges. You've lived through all this built in creating developing market and selling this sort of tool. So what have we learned trying to get sore adopted in your history? And the history I think goes from 2015 to, well, today. So 7 years of trying to soar how did the workout? What did you learn? I see what you did there. Good question. I think, first of all, is the platforms themselves obviously evolved. And this is a new technology. I was always, as you go to enterprise, it goes through some process where you need to get used to it, have defined projects for it, assigned resources for it, just get more experience with the platform. But really as we kind of went through building the system itself and product, we didn't notice that it's more difficult. Of course, to deploy at the beginning and to get things operational. And we spent, I would say years in figuring out how to accelerate what we call time to value. Which basically materializes in many areas of the product, it's the ease of pulling the data in. It's the ease of using the integrations. It's the ease of building the playbooks and the workflows it's essentially getting the system integrated in starting to see value from it and starting to run different use cases. As fast as possible, where you don't necessarily need to rely on only engineers. And you can slowly read first at the beginning, source. And I think this is also why there was more headwinds. These were new systems. They, of course, designed first to help engineer the process. And then slowly added more and more capabilities to simplify, but the process of implementing this, because really the security operations, I think, through the journey that it's worked with Thor moved from being really clunky and every organization would invent their own will, processes were broken. There was no automation. So you didn't just have to implement a platform, you also have to implement a process for the operation. I think this was one of the things that was also making it more complicated. And as source systems evolved,.
"seven years" Discussed on Cloud Security Podcast by Google
"Though, is sore. What is going paragliding? What's the story? I can tell you a funny story about sore as well. Sore is one of the few Gartner terms where the acronym was coined before the meaning. No way. I thought they all worked that way. No, no, of course. Well, when EDR or sim or others were created, for sort of a concept of build first, and then a suitable acronym was found for sore suitable acronym was found first. And then the term appeared, which is in fact a really interesting because the first time sore meant something else. It did not mean security orchestration, automation, and response. What did it mean? Actually, I forgot the old one. The 2015 sore had something else. But then it became the current sore, and then it soared. So finally, we analysts will, at the time, we found the right meaningful. That's amazing. Today, it's an exciting technology. It's a technology that's getting wider and wider deployments. And to me, this is definitely fascinating because we see sore sort of get to cross the chasm maybe. Maybe it's crossing the castle already. Got it. And with that, I'm delighted to introduce today's guest, ammo stern, CEO of simplify, now part of Google Cloud. Amos, we've got a sore in the news again. So what can we say about the state of sort in 2022? I've been hearing about sore. It feels like a long time now. Where is it in its journey? Great to be here. Thanks, Timothy and Anton. I've been chasing Anton for quite some time, so happy to finally get on the cloud podcast. And I have some time to debate and shoot some arrows at each other. Hopefully the same direction. Hopefully not at me though. No, you can be neutral. Oh, perfect. Yeah, so I've been in the news recently. Of course, the first thing that probably we can address the elephant in the room and talk about some of the consolidation..
New York gives final salute to slain NYPD officer
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Authorities: Officers shoot, kill man walking on interstate
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Embiid scores 26, leads 76ers past LeBron-less Lakers 105-87
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Justice Breyer to retire, giving Biden Supreme Court pick
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2nd NYPD officer dies, days after Harlem shooting
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US researchers test pig-to-human transplant in donated body
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Medvedev withstands Kyrgios, crowd to advance in Australia
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Tennis Hall of Famer Chris Evert says she has ovarian cancer
"A a tennis tennis legend legend says says she's she's battling battling cancer cancer in in a a story story posted posted on on ESPN ESPN dot dot com com tennis tennis star star in in TV TV analyst analyst Chris Chris Evert Evert is is revealing revealing that that she she was was diagnosed diagnosed with with early early stage stage of of ovarian ovarian cancer cancer the the sixty sixty seven seven year year old old hall hall of of Famer Famer won won eighteen eighteen grand grand slam slam titles titles and and was was the the number number one one women's women's tennis tennis player player for for years years in in the the nineteen nineteen seventies seventies and and eighties eighties she she told told journalists journalists Chris Chris McKendry McKendry she she learned learned of of the the cancer cancer last last month month and and this this week week began began chemotherapy chemotherapy treatments treatments her her sister sister Jean's Jean's untimely untimely death death from from ovarian ovarian cancer cancer in in twenty twenty twenty twenty eventually eventually lead lead ever ever to to discover discover she she too too shares shares a a pathogenic pathogenic variant variant of of the the Brock Brock a a one one gene gene she she had had a a preventive preventive hysterectomy hysterectomy in in early early December December and and her her cancer cancer was was discovered discovered soon soon afterward afterward in in the the ESPN ESPN story story ever ever admitted admitted to to being being nervous nervous saying saying she she has has no no idea idea how how she'll she'll respond respond but but takes takes comfort comfort in in knowing knowing the the chemotherapy chemotherapy is is to to ensure ensure that that the the cancer cancer does does not not come come back back I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
"seven years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"We only have seven year memories. The bad news is the last recession happened 10 years ago. What happens when the next recession comes? The Federal Reserve is manipulated rates so low they'll now have to print tens of trillions of dollars. As they print more money. The dollar will devalue and Gold will soar. My name's Adam burrata on the co owner of Advantage Gold. The highest rated firm in the country and the author of the National Bestselling Book, Gold is a Better Way. My book explains why gold is going to $5000 over the next few years. And if you have an IRA or four Oh one k with over $100,000. I want to send you a copy of my national best seller for free text the words bestseller 249776. That's best seller 249776 to claim your free book. Now that's the word bestseller. 249776 dot Don't be a victim in the next recession. That's the word bestseller 249738 60. Am the answer yet extremely no on our app and the Odyssey app. Welcome back America to you. It thank you for listening to program today. It's Election Day in California Recall is underway. Get out and vote. Voting starts at six AM So if you're on your way to work and California early at 4 22 in the morning 5 22 in the morning 6 22 in the morning, 7 22 in the morning 8 22 in the morning. Whatever you hear those Get in your car and had to vote for Larry Elder Vote Yes, on question. One. Get rid of Gavin Newsom. They say the polls favored Gavin Newsom. But there's actually no way to pull this. There is no way to pull an election for which there is no product. And if every Democrat turns out, no. Gavin Newsom won't lose. If independents and Republicans turn out and Democrats stay home? Yes. Gavin Newsom could lose. I think Larry Elder almost certainly will win question, too. Here's the question of whether 50% plus one vote to toss out Gavin Newsom. And I hope they do. Let's remind you that Andrew and Todd calm or great sponsors of this show. Andrew del Rey, Tada bacon together, They have a great team. That works across the United States. Help you buy a house? The 10 year Treasury bill today is at 1.34%. It went up again. A little bit, but it went up. Steady little clique up every day because inflation is going to come in it but 4% to 5% increase year over year for the month of August,.
"seven years" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"A seven year old girl and even more tragically, she is the daughter of the firefighter who pulled her lifeless body out of the rubble boxes. Phil Keating in Surfside. The number unaccounted for has declined to 128 after an audit of that list the White House confirming today that the federal government will pay the total costs of cleanup and protecting the site. Of that collapse. President Biden making another pitch for all of his spending plans after a hiring surge in June. With 850,000 jobs created strength, our recovery is helping us flip the script. Instead of workers competing with each other for jobs that are scarce, employers are competing with each other to attract workers. The lawmakers in some states continue to debate whether extra unemployment benefits are delaying a return to work for some Pennsylvania's Republican controlled Senate might follow in the footsteps of GOP colleagues in Arizona. They're considering an investigation into how the 2020 presidential election was conducted. The Associated Press reporting of private briefing was held this week. America is listening to find sleeps. Hey, it's Fred Larson, inviting you to download and listen to the new daily Fox on tech podcasts. There's part of a colorful late nineties iMac on Mars. It's an idea that seems a lot like Kickstarter called Building. This isn't the first time we've heard about North Korea hackers trying to get a leg up on Covid 19, a.
"seven years" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Said For the past seven years, I've lived with a deep on healed trauma. I wanted to kill myself and I'm still traumatized, depressed and have thoughts of suicide. He explained that he got a public comment from Christiane Instagram Aquos, accusing him of being a racist, She said she apparently Form her own opinion of me, based on a photoshopped comment floating around the Internet, which I feel like a lot of people used to do stuff like that. When I reached out to her to communicate that I was the victim of cyber slander, and that everything she thought I was, is not who I am. She told me. My career was over. All my doors will be shut from there on after he told her those images were Photoshopped and that people were attacking him over the comments, she said good. Racist people like you deserve to suffer and die. You might as well be dead. You're already dead career is over. Just watch. He's that She lived up to her word because the next few years he would book a job only to be pulled off last minute with no explanation, thanks to her threatening brands and friends over working with him Now, Chris is just issuing a big old public apology to anyone that she might have hurt, which I think if you have to do that. That's pretty scary. Lindsay Lohan was another one. By the way, she said she was trying to gain attention in the early days of Twitter by showing off with what she thought were harmless Singers at celebrities, she said she now realizes that they're real people and should be hurting young women or anyone for that matter. She tables have turned. Yeah, I feel like also, like when she would get attacked, like we would feel bad for her because you'd be like, Oh, you know, people are saying really mean stuff, and she was always like, Yeah, Twitter's assess pool, but well, when we've seen it for It is sense really since Twitter. I think people get real big balls on Twitter when they're on their phone, and then a few people back them up. And if you've got a fan base, then you know what she did then and there are people who will support anything you say. And so then you start to get this confidence like all what people are saying that I'm right and then yeah, and and you get, this is hubris, and it's like No, It's terrible. Like if you wouldn't say to someone's face, then don't put it in a tweet or a D. M. Is that simple? And I'm bummed cause I thought she was just this like loud mouth Broad, who like was anti celebrity? Even though she became a celebrity. She was always like telling us what it was like in the weird secrets, but they're real people. And you can't say, like, Kill yourself to someone. No freaking horrible. There was that that was like 2014. She was still a grown adult at that point. Oh, absolutely. She was a model. Probably trying to get attention. And Yeah, she was a grown.
"seven years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ball into your front extremely dangerous mission by internal evidence. That's the story of volunteer. He said. Don't you want to what The mission is I said You're sure but volunteer. Not only was he accepted he was put in command of 51 Army Rangers myself, Dear God. He stole and you get a bunch of big guys killed. That was Ralph Pocket. Seven years ago today, his steps slowed by age he received the Medal of honor. President, Biden said, was long overdue. Also pocket helping the eighth U. S Army Ranger company to secure a strategically important hill. It's 12 48. The Phoenix Arizona area is threatening a definite nation lawsuit in a long, controversial and unofficial election check now ongoing. I'm Tom 40. There's now a warning of a possible lawsuit in that so called election audit ongoing in Arizona related to former President Trump's repeated falsehoods of election fraud. It is being financed by the Arrows. On a Senate, which hired an outside company with no election auditing experience, which in turn has followed some unusual clues and theories. Now. Officials of Maricopa County, the biggest county in the state, which includes Phoenix, have directed the Arizona Senate and those outside auditors to preserve documents for a possible lawsuit that in a letter after the auditors refused to back down from a claim that the county destroyed evidence. Tom Foti, CBS News, a college graduation speaker, handing out more than just sage advice Friday. Quincy College, Robert Hale Jr. CEO of Granite Telecommunications, handed out envelopes with a surprise gift. A lot of smiles that day. Here's more on that from WBZ TV. Still, Shields.
"seven years" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"After those tests were completed the scientists developed another vaccine and that was the one given to most of the forty six million who took the shot. That vaccine was called x fifty. Three a was xfinity fifty three ever field. Tested i. I can't say i would have to It wasn't. I don't know i would think that you're in charge of the program. I would have to check The records. I haven't looked at this and some time. Did anyone ever come to you and say you know something fellows. There's the possibility of neurological damage. If you get into a mass immunization program no no one ever did not. Do you know michael hat. Yes dr michael vick directed the surveillance team for the swine flu program at the cdc. His job was to find out what possible. Complications arise from taking the shot and to report. Its findings to those in charge. Did you know ahead of time. Dr hat quick that there had been case reports of neurological disorders. Neurological illness apparently associated with the injection of influenza. Vaccine absolutely you did yes. How'd you know that by review of the literature. So you told your superiors the man in charge of the swine flu immunization program about the possibility of neurological disorders. Absolutely what would you say. If i told you that your superiors say that. You never told about the possibility of neurological complications. That's nonsense. I can't believe that they would say that. They did not know that there were neurological illnesses associated with influenza vaccination. At simply is not true. We did know that. I've said the doctor had it never told me of his feelings on this subject And he's lying. I guess you'd have to Make that assumption then. Why does this report from your own agency dated july nineteen seventy-six list neurological complications. As a possibility. I think the Consensus of the scientific community was that the evidence relating neurologic disorders to influenza immunization was such that they did not feel that this association was a real. When you didn't feel it was necessary to tell the american people that information. I think that Over the years we've tried to inform. The american people is as fully as possible..
"seven years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"C C seven years ago, Blue Devils fell out of the rankings on Monday, first time since 16 2005 and four and his coach Mike sous chefs gives continued to say they don't yet have an identity now part of that young guys, part of that covert 19 stops different circumstances. Part of that they're not playing well, but still said Coach K. His says his players not worried yet they're 18, 19 and 20. There should be no panic buttons on Young people who have a chance to play at this level of college basketball. Yeah. Uh, if there's a panic, but it would be for 73 year old people who have coach for 46 years. Uh and I don't have Not yet five and four. Duke, though, doesn't have a win over a team that would be close to enunciate tournament bid. So they do need to start putting together some resume winds. And in case you're wondering again, we are seven weeks to selection Sunday. Last time do didn't make a tournament was 95 So long time. Meanwhile, Louisville been in and out of the rankings, too. But like do coming in off back to back losses. They've been brutal at the beginning. FS you over earlier part of the week raced out to a 20 to 7 lead game wasn't close the game prior, Miami was up 25 12. So Chris Maxie's and Ugly pattern You know, we have to At some point figure out how to start better We just do and having said that we get off to start where you know it's weird down tended to We still have to figure it out. Just like it happened against Virginia Tech doesn't mean the game is over. By any means. It's a long game, but it be certainly nice to get off to a much better start than we have these last few days. You've last few games. Not a lot of that falls on this year's leading score. Radford Transfer Carly Jones leads the team nearly 18 a game. Had five assists Louisville and do coming up in just about 10 minutes. That's quickly get you updated on what else is going on around the country Start in the A. C. C. Syracuse.
"seven years" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Possible. Ron and Maryland Brahmins. Good morning, South Florida and Welcome to mission possible. The good news program brought to you by the Miami Rescue mission and Broward outreach centers were known as the Caring place. We've been caring for the homeless and needy here in South Florida for 99 years, just one year short of our centennial. Good morning again. I'm Ron Brahmin. I happen to be the president and I've been here. In fact, I want to talk about that a little bit this morning. Been here 31 years, 30 years on ministry with the mission and 31 years in total, And so I pray that you and your family remain safe. Taking safeguards so much has happened this last week. You know, we try to make it real easy with what we do in Miami and Broward. We're simply here to love on the homeless and the needy and the women that are experiencing domestic violence. And those just fell through the cracks and need a helping hand up in life and politics gets involved and finances gets involved. And so many things get involved with the many years I've been here. I've always seen people from all walks of life from all different face from all political backgrounds. We can agree on. One major thing is to help those that are hurting, so it's been a quite a blessing. We had a tremendous holiday season. Even with Cove it and the pandemic we're able to bless thousands of people had wonderful Christmas outreach were over 700 families at 700 families. That's Probably close to 5000 people or blessed with toys and clothes and food and items and just let him know that people do care about him and we can't do everything that we do without the support of the community. I said earlier that I've been here 30 years as far as an employee of staff person, But I've been here 31 years in February, 1st. So this is a one of those monumental times in life. You know, you go through your decades. You have things you're looking at things that really mean a lot to you. I achievements. I can't believe I've been here 30 years as a staff member and 31 years on total that I I actually give you a bit of history of myself. Some of you know my story. But if your first time tuner inner let your own religion is some of my background, I I actually grew up here in Miami, and it came from a very dysfunctional family and was alcoholic family and I had promised myself as a child. And growing up in adolescence that I would never be like my parents and I would never do drugs, and I would never do alcohol. I actually grew up in the sixties and graduated in the seventies from high school and actual and that's the time when we had the hippies and them. You know, a lot of drug usage is going on. But I was gonna be a good kid and I wasn't gonna do it and I actually ended up going into the service in the at the end of Vietnam War. And in the service. I get introduced to drugs. There's a lot of drugs being taken and I wanted to fit in. So I went ahead, started using and doubling and dabbling, drinking and doing drugs and was able to have a great time. I thought a great party time but that kicked off something inside of me. And when I got out of the service, I didn't stop using drugs. In fact, that started getting I drew into it even further and further and further and I'm not gonna get into all the details That would take a long, long, long, long time. But my story is something similar to many of the homeless people that come to us for Help. You know, when you see a homeless person on the bus venture, you see him begging on the street corner. Sometimes we're gonna think you know, Hey, that person get a job if they can stay in standing for five or six hours walking around the cardboard sign saying, help me, I'm sure they could get a job someplace, but we don't know the story Behind those individuals. You see a woman on the street or sometimes you see a woman and Children on the street. You don't know what's taking place in their lives the last week or the last year, the last 10 years or 15 years. And so I Unfortunately I had done to a lot of things. I have made a lot of accomplishments. But I never was able to really get over my addiction. And my addiction brought me down such a low low place in life that I found myself. I had burned all my bridges. I had disappointed so many people in life and then I found myself in 1987. On the streets of Miami and for the next 2.5 years, Basically, I stayed on the streets. I'd be little pockets of time I had enough money where I could stay someplace, but basically, I was on the street. And I'm I'm probably one of those people that you might see a intersection, begging for money or write a convenience store begging for money. I continually try to hustle and make money and all the money I made like so many homeless people went to my addiction. But in 1989 the very end of that year. It was the coldest year that I can remember. We have had in records here in in South Florida, on fact that I was watching a thermometer, one of the digital thermometers where I was trying to stay warm somewhat. I only had a shirt, a pair of shorts and some beat up sneakers. But it's the temperature dropping so rapidly and they got down to the twenties. I think that was the time we had actually experienced snow and as a zit went down, I guess I can't live like this. I can't do this. And I called up. Ah, pastor of mine when I was a little kid, and he came and got me and I ended up at the Miami rescue mission as a resident as a client. And I tell.
"seven years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Profile event in Double Switzerland seven year well, they usually do it there anyway. This year, though, it'll be partly in Singapore and partly virtual because of the pandemic, and we had a chance to hear all about it from close. Schwab. He's founder and executive chairman of the form. He spoke with David Rubenstein on the David Rubenstein show Peer to peer conversations. Schwab continues here with the epiphany he had that led him to develop the forum. Let's listen in, it has to self all souls. Who depend on the company who have a stake in the company like the people working in the company's a community this active in so he sent us so big. Let's say beginning actually offset Davos idea. Because the Davos idea is so stakeholder capitalism so stakeholder responsibility. Okay, So you're back at the University of Geneva. You're teaching economics. Is that what you're teaching? I was teaching actually Leadership cooperate management. On. Okay, son as a professor of ice, I should say, frankly, a little bit bored after all the previous experience. Had witnesses book Son I felt why not to create a platform. We're business leaders could meet so stakeholders, which means political leaders, but also Outstanding voices of society. So, um, I got I had made some savings and I've got some money from my parents. And that's how I started. See double is platform, which is now called the world They couldn't reform and actually, I incorporated it immediately as a not for profit foundation because I recognized If I wanted to attack governments, it cannot be for profit profit making venture. So so had you made it a for profit venture. You think it would not have become his Bigas? It has become know somebody not because Now we have suppressed off everybody. Because people know we are serving a purpose and we are not serving our own interests. What year was it that you had your first conference? It was 1971 and several 444 people on D. Actually, I hired one employee because I needed some experience in In how to handle confidence s. That's how I met my wife. She was my first hit my first collaborator. So you've now been married for how many years Next year will be 50 years, David 50 years. Okay. So kind of a big party at Davos to celebrate the 50th wedding anniversary. No, we are bold. Uh, let's say a private family. I said we will do it. We married in a very little church in a mountain valley. Which cannot let's say, give room to wars and probably 2030. People s so we will go back suddenly to surcharge. If If Corbett allows us to do so. What was it that propelled Davos says. We're calling it now, or World Economic Forum to go from a 444 person event to a global phenomenon. What was it that actually changed things that made it so popular and so important to people to attend? I think if I look all over the last 50 years, it is see conviction sat the big issues in the world. Need a column of Kiefer poach. Um, business has to interact with government leaders, but also, if you want to plan long term, you have to know how customers feel. How's a young generation feels Want experts are thinking so that was became a place where you really could absolve what's the future will bring you? I think Um, intellectual contextual intelligence as I would to know what's going on. Not only now that what will happen in the future to go to connect the dots. Became more and more important for business leaders Wednesday looked at so long term strategies over the years, the 50 years or so have there been one or two or three events that have happened in that bus, where a global leader of one country met with a global leader of another country. And actually, as a result, the peace agreement broke out or something like that happened is that happened very much. It happens. For example, the very critical moment 30 years ago. We prevent it probably a war between talking increase. Even if unfortunately, we didn't solve any morning city. We will see only platform for many years which part Israeli leadership and see an oppa leadership together in doubles, As you know, day with we tie Um, always to be a platform off good services, And that was close. Schwab, he's founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, speaking on the David Rubin stun show peer to peer conversations. And coming up. What happens to doubles after Klaus isn't involved anymore. Also what 12 thinks it takes to be a leader. These days, you're listening to a New year's edition of Bloomberg best..