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"six industry" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur
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"six industry" Discussed on Diaspora Blues
"How would you describe behind closed doors. We are strategies is only six week radio show. And the watt. I made about that is we are all sex workers myself kitty. An we talk about sex work issues. We talk about the six industry. We talk about politics. We talk about human rights and it's the only show. It's kind in australia on a radio station radio network I mean that's fantastic that y'all one of the only shows but i wonder and i'm thinking about myself as well being the first i guess Not really related to radio but being the first to graduate in my family right graduate from high school graduate from uni being. The first is always scary. So i throw that question to you. What's it like to be one of the first shows to be doing what you do. I am constantly Petrified and and in a high of rings authority. Because i take this really seriously and so do my co-host kitty and sasha. We feel that we have an absolute duty and it is such an honor to have a voice and to also be the voices for unity. Where only part of the many many different voices and people in our community and is just such an honor to Be able to tell our stories to share our stories to share our points of view our opinions and every week we have a show every week. The content is always different. The guests are different. The topics that we talk about a different and every week we strive to have the best show possible I now i'm bit. Oc day on. And i'm a bit of a perfectionist. But that's what i strive for myself because i feel that i want to be the role model to myself and i wanna be a role model to the world Part of our fame or aim for the show is really to de stigmatize what it is like to be six worker to work in the six industry Where we're not some monsters. They're not crazy when not paddled that what. I call mainstream narrative and stereotype We are so diverse. Where interesting were intelligent Kind loving people that you don't see in the mainstream media at all you see the horrific stereotypes of Six-wicket being you know other six traffic or being the victim or being a at absolute Drugged out miss of of a person and at and that couldn't be further from the truth there are all sorts of stories that are all sorts of people in our community as there is in every single community in the world. so why ferguson. All the negatives yes we talk about it and yes we talk about in a some of the challenges that we all face on the flip side. We also need to bounce that out with A more thoughtful approach of well here is our story. Let's hear more of a three-dimensional version of asteroid versus a stereotype because we are not stirred tops. None of us are I'm glad you also talked about how you don't shy away. From looking at the challenges of the industry just like any other industry. It's something that i'm always conscious. While 'cause the showed that i drew the audience and the people that we speak to our like africans people of color and sometimes for me. At least i always think about how do i best represent my community and that sometimes means also including the obstacles and the shortcomings just like any other community. So i'm so glad that you did touch on that. It's important to talk about the complex human beings that we are absolutely. I think it's only fair to say you know what just like in real life you will always have some challenges. You will always have conflicts. How do we best look at those issues and had to be best survive those issues and had we best thrive and succeed because ultimately we also to give a story a narrative of hype that yes the world is in pretty dire straits at the moment. Especially what's happening overseas in america. And what can we do to best counter all of evil. All of the the negative forces that are so against us especially people who are marginalized especially people who are from communities of keller of financial distress educational distress or not giving opportunities that come from privilege had. We counted that in an intelligent respectful but also meaningful way. It's really hard. Because when we go near all i wanna do say the f. word every single time when we talk politics all what's happening in the world or what the federal government is doing but i have to calm myself down and say okay be responsible. Be the out on the rim hat. Can we have a sensible intelligent thoughtful conversation to figure out. How can we have a better world how we a better australia. We hope you're enjoying the compensation with dane limb from behind closed doors will be back after this short community announcement for more than seventy innocent refuges being indefinitely detained in detention centers and secure hotels around australia. Other recent months many fellow detainees have been released onto bridging visas remaining a desperate to know why they are still it is indefinite. It is cool and it is unlawful everyday a group of supporters. Protest disprove tally at the park. Hotel at seven hundred and once. Once in straight melvin where eleven men remained trapped and whose hearts are fighting and who's mental health is declining ally of the protests is to raise awareness of the situation for the general public but also to show support and solidarity to remain inside it is also for the approximately two hundred refugees still held offshore place. Come along any weight not at six. Pm or weekend.
"six industry" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast
"Saying that's the name of the website. I'm just giving the explanation. Because i think he's afraid of that salute the big ones midsize screen. Maybe too hard on my flogger is what like a fourth of the size. And i can handle that one. This one's just too much. i'm too little. This one was customized for me. Because he's a little bigger than i am. His arms are longer and he's got like bigger arms so puts a real fucking pay. Yes but not at all right. If you're right it won't it's court. It's paranoia records completely empty. The ends are not it is complete open knows will feel like a massage very it will feel like massage. It'll feel really really good to that seat and all that you've tried a lot of room do this video when you're going to strike someone doing this right. I need all of this and especially with my going gonna beat no. This would be if it makes you feel better. I face you're scared. So that's why i think this can you. Little girl can take it for so you feel omagh. Jesus called you a little. She's translate for him. Let me this is the poco. Donald johnson challenge guys tonight. There's going to be a video whole shit. Were so going to get taken down so no no. No no. don't put it on. Don't put it on instagram on your personal sites. I have it on my instagram. And i have it on youtube. Put him his personal site. Well zola gills gills getting slapped in the. What are the other guy coming up. God goddess workshop. What is the goddess workshop. About got us he will be able to instruct people and really define what is to be able to worship a dominatrix that is worship is for those usually men and unecessarily bright who want nothing more than to empower a woman to show them that the real are a goddess in there is for them. Everything revolves around being able to showcase that the love adoration that they have belongs to this one person. right so goddess worship will take you through that entire process to the uae. How and when it's appropriate then the work the sex worker penalty. Guess coming on november. That was going to be really fun. Yeah it was. What exactly is that pertain. And so i think this is gonna be our last arc ecology of the year and we have many more in between those right. But that's kind of how we're gonna end. This is a lot of people are very curious about the sex industry right and for them. The you know they might think especially at this point they think six industry oh strippers and maybe only fans girls We want to be able to not only allow them to be able to be face to face with someone in these industries but to be able to define them and allow them to understand what the sex industry really is. It's more than just your camera on your strip grill so we'll be having dominatrix On the panel. We will be having a cam. Girl a internet internet sex worker. I will be having someone that will be able to represent Legal prostitution monstrous sex worker. Seven six okay. Yeah we will also of course have always said a stripper. Dance where we're gonna have. We're to have the counselors come. We're definitely going to have some city councillors and calm healing counseling Be there to be able to talk about the mental health of sex workers and You know that pretty much to be able to tell you that it's okay to be wrong with right. I to be able to explore that yet to be what exposes on a on a mental emotional thing and as well as a social worker who at one point was a sexual herself. She might not. Yeah that would be kim. I love to say she. I remember actually talked about you guys because she did a photo with the right on. The big crunch keeps fucking amazing. Win the most wonderful her. She's amazing we admire her. I mean she's she's an incredible young credible strong independent woman. I mean that's that's the way it should be about. This is a human being. She's incredible absolutely concentrate absolutely. So yeah we're going to have a full round table so that people can sit there. Ask the questions that they'd like to be able to find out what it really is to be. In this industry how it feels to be the obstacles they go through and the rewards that come with it. Why do they do this. Because it's not for everybody right. Everybody survives this comes to online sex work especially eighty percent of people who start actually quit within the first six months six months. Yeah and we should be much yeah. It's a lot more work and more intensive than people think it is only mentally and physically as well. It's just a lot to do so people honestly completely underestimate how much work goes into all of this absolutely. They think it's so easy just to be able to jump. There's so much work. So many people like i'll just go some looting. I'll be making like ten thousand dollars. No that's online sex worker. What exactly is a definition of that online. Sex work is pretty much anyone who does sex work that does not come in physical contact with a client that includes online domination. Okay so anybody. That doesn't have any penetration. Any kind of anything. No thought no nothing so like strippers would not be online sex workers because they do have that physical contact exactly so if you see someone in person you would not be online sex work right domination on the hand media sam because it is so mental right we can do this online and it still works. See i'd like that aspect that you guys talk about when you when you're talking about the m. i never really thought about the mental aspect and other it was always about. You know like. I said the sexual is.
"six industry" Discussed on 710 WOR
"You? That's a question Who needs you? That's a statement. That's what I'm talking about tonight. Can't. I'm talking about this without wondering whether or not it's true that everyone's replaceable. Everyone is expendable in corporate America is a leader. You must agree that anyone can be replaced or your scene is weak or lacking leadership. But is it true that everyone is replaceable? Everyone's expendable. I wonder. In practice, I suppose immediately. Not sure. Some people great leaders in life, but they're all replaceable. What got me thinking about this of all things football. Jesse, you watching football this year? No, I'm not really interested in plus I honestly I'm just kind of too busy to watch it. You busy with? Excuse me. Excuse me. I have a bunch of things. I have long crime. I have serious. I have this show. I actually just started anchoring on news. 12 in Long Island. I got some stuff going on. That was great. By the way, I love watching you do that. So you're famous and I didn't know it Me now. I'm definitely not famous. I'm working towards becoming famous. How you replaceable? Who would you want to replace me here on the show? I don't want to replace. I'm just curious. That's the subject tonight. Right now we're talking about people irreplaceable. I think the bottom line is once I get the skills that I need to learn. Liked incorporate with my personality. One day I'll be priceless and irreplaceable. That's a great answer. That's a great answer. So We're getting to the point here. Who needs you is the question When I think about corporate America, some of America's most famous leaders were extraordinary question is what they replaceable. How about General Electric and Jack Welch? Jack Welch literally wrote the book on What It's supposed to be to be a CEO in Corporate America. He was heralded the best CEO in the history of time, Jack Welch. Sure enough, he retired. Got older. They put in this cage, Jeffrey Animal now I don't know Jeffrey Animal. So what I'm about to say is not fair. I could pretty much tell you. General Electric fell apart completely after Jack Welch. So what's going on there? The stock now is like a third of the price. It's a disaster. Disaster. I think about another one Who would want to replace Steve? Jobs Day? Jesse, would you want to replace Steve Jobs? Uh, yeah. Where's my bonus package? Look like would you want to have to follow him in that job? That's the question. This is from his book. I'm reading right now. He he revolutionized sixth Industries personally. Animated movies, music phones, tablet computing and digital work. You can, even if 1/7 of you want, which is retail stores. The guy was amazing. Could you imagine having to replace him? I couldn't I couldn't know. On the one hand, you know, I remember talking my wife about this one time when I was moving into DK and y from LVMH, she said. Would you rather follow a company that's doing terrible and going to fix it and prove that you're the greatest thing that ever lived? Or would you rather follow a company that's doing really well? Remember, she said to me, Mark, Don't be silly. You want to be in a great company Make it better. You don't wanna fix anything, and I thought that was interesting, but it relates to this. Tim Cook followed Steve Jobs Impossible task. And yet the guy has done amazing. It's not clear to me that Apple hasn't slowed down with inventions of products that we needed, but we didn't know we needed. But when you look at the company And you look at where their stock is gone. And when you look at the success of the computing on their products in the dominance in their market place, you got to say Tim Cook did amazing. And when I think about corporate American, I think about this stuff. That's why I got into this tonight on the show. But now again, what drove me Tom Brady Can you imagine Football Tom Brady and the Patriots? Tom Brady's guys a winner. He's like the best of all time. There's no question about it and this contract became do. I was fascinated with the conversations at the time. I thought it would be three minutes before they would lock him up. And all of a sudden the starting to play out in the media talking about his age. And is he good? Much longer? He has You know, I could tell you I'm personally older right now than the average CEO. I got older. But I can tell you without a minute's hesitation that I could go in and run just about any company as a CEO. Let's do it humbly in my industry and do as well or better than anyone. My age has nothing to do it. In fact, again, my wife we had all the smarts on our family. Such sue. You worried that my hair is getting grand? She's no. When you hit gets a great shows. You have wisdom. People gonna be all over wanted to hire you. I thought was very interesting. Tom Brady. I don't care. He's amazing. He's the Defying time speaking time stands still. And yet they didn't go after him. And this is the Patriots who have more money than God. And in the end, they let him walk. And I remember watching this and I said to myself, how could they let Tom Brady walked Down most of the stories in life. You would see Tom Brady ghost, another team and he fails and the team without him goes on, and they do great, but that's not what happened here. Tom Brady went to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Meanwhile, the New England Patriots they have not done well. They didn't make the playoffs for the first time in 15 20 years, whatever it is, and Tom Brady's now in the division championship. This is amazing. This guy complain. I don't watch football because I always been too busy taking winter vacations. But letting Tom Brady leave s the question is anybody replaceable? Sure it seems to me with Brady still winning, and the Patriots losing and Bill check. Perhaps the greatest was not the smartest and letting Tom Brady go. You know, big business. You need succession plans. Where were the New England Patriots? Now? I don't know if they're talking about it and yelling. I don't know what's gone on Boston. I don't know the fans of crazy, but I do know when I think about the New England Patriots, and I think about Tom Brady. I say to myself, who needs you, Tom Brady. They do. Take a break. We'll be back in a minute. Always in fashion thistles. Mark Weber..
"six industry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"We've left dirt on the table for you to bring to us is their son left? It's got jelly doughnuts on it. Yeah, we're going to clean up this dirt mess here in this dirt alert update. So let's talk about Katie Holmes is new boyfriend, Chef Emilio Vitolo reportedly broke up with his now ex fiance on the same day that pictured surface of him and Katie Holmes smooching in New York City on Monday, this, according to the daily Mail, They're saying that Emilio broke up with his fiancee via text on Monday. Well, how long were they engaged? Ah, long enough to be engaged. I don't have that exactly in front of me. But you, Khun See, her name is Rachel Lemons. You cure her Instagram account is open and they're pictures of her and Emilio snuggle in looking cute? No, just as recently as July 27th. Two of them are together well, because he broke up with her a Monday via text. I mean that It's just a cz. Bad is like vert burger in the post. No. Yeah, I was, um no it listen, Katie. Maybe she it. Listen, if I found out that the guy was making out with him neglected to tell me he was engaged, I That's a dealbreaker. I don't know that it's his lap again. Nope. That's a deal breaker. Yeah. Last August. Rachel, his ex fiance Road of Emilio on her instagram account. You're my favorite part of life. And I will love you forever, dear. You know, they got engaged back in February 2019. So now I have a thing for you. So they've been engaged for quite some time page Six industries, interestingly enough is taking the angle. That this guy is celebrity obsessed in a star bleep er based off of his instagram account because he likes to show office for East friends with the Jonah I and and all these other people and celebrities like to come to his restaurant, and you know very well, I mean, Whatever he wants. We'll see. Katie does another public sit in his lap and make out with some situation. We'll have to just wait. We know she knows how to keep stuff locked down. Yes, she does something that will put upon our website tomorrow. If it's not there already at my talk one of 71 dot com. It's a trailer that I think everyone will be interested in. Thank you, Julia for the link found this is the movie clouds. This is the adaptation of Zach Sobiech story. We know him very well here. Ah, in his song clouds, it's going premiere October. 16th on Disney Plus and the movie was shot in Montreal. But we have cast members like Sabrina Carpenter, Thomas Everett Scott and of Campbell and Neal just in writing in the Star Tribune that maybe some footage from the Mall of America last December during the clouds sing along might make the final cut of the movie. I know that That was a great story, even though it's a sad story, But at every inspiration, Yeah. Zach Sobiech died from a rare form of bone cancer in 2013 and a viral video of him performing his song clouds. I mean, you you cry when you watched the trailer and it is just full of emotion. It is truly so we'll put that on me. Isn't the movie based on his mom's book? Remember? I think so. Yes, it was, Yeah. Fly a little higher. If you have a read of the memoir, it was written by Laura Laura. That's right, So check that out. It's going to be out October 16th moving on from that Something else is going into development over on Amazon is the Joe exotic. Siri's starring Nicolas Cage get excited for that. So Variety is reporting that the project was in the works for CBS and Amazon Studios is now bored of the project is going to produce it so This is based off the Texas Monthly article. Joe Exotic a dark journey into the world of a man gone wild. So this isn't based on the Netflix series. This is based on other reporting. Yeah, and who else would play Joe Exotic? Well, only David Spade. That true could have done the job. Things are going to get weird with Nicolas Cage. Yeah, they they have been for years. I'm sorry. That's an understandable He had he over but castles and was in a little bit of a cast. So you know he's been down top movies on Netflix is that when he did with John Kusaka, the sheriff, the Ranger, the Game. He'll do Hani Oh, you have known I couldn't come here. But this is one like that came out like five years ago. The man has dinosaur bones to pay for us. He doesn't castles that's arrives here now. Don't get this project confused with the Tiger King. Siri's at starring Kate McKinnon is Carol Baskin. That's been picked up by NBC. So they're dueling Tiger King scripted. Siri's in the works something else that's in the work. Kelly Carr Clarkson dropping hints. About releasing her first album since filing for divorce, she said. It's been very therapeutic working on this David. She's been right can't wait for it. So she did say that the whole record is basically every emotion you experience from the beginning of a relationship to the end of what is now. That makes me sad. That's even sounds like a sauna in there, she says, she said. So This is going to be on Sunday today with Willie Geist. She's sitting down with him and said that this will probably be the most personal album that she has ever released. So we're gonna hear all about it. Julia, it's crushing. I know when love falls out of the way, and it's just not there. I feel like I mean, and she's writing it so fresh. I mean, because I just feel like there's a lot. You don't know. How long will the this's? Of course I know what I mean. You don't know anything about it, right? I think I love her music who has more Kelly Clarkson music than me. That's always your go to retort. I'm telling you, I have more music. I've bought more music from her. Anybody, including Babs, which is maybe people would process faster if they did more journaling relating their song right off. I like song last year like I You know, I like I dealt with it by, you know, sometimes, just like, you know, partying, so right until broken down on a piece of paper would probably be healthier. That's right. Julia. People have coping mechanisms. I feel like she's going to have really have a good album. Probably. Yeah. I may have song since you've been gone in 2005 at the saloon. One day, maybe lost a shoe in the process, right? That makes me So Kelly Clarkson is very therapeutic says if she is writing about her own experiences, I'm sure that a lot of us will be able to relate to her relationship Journey. Father of the Bride director Nancy Meyers is teasing a potential movie reunion. She says that this is coming soon and it could be on Instagram. That movie came out 29 years ago. What Franz? Yes, the party planner Steve Martin Martin Short my Boyfriend. We need to get Julian Martin short together. We've I've been thinking of that one for years where you can travel to Canada. Passport is no good. That's right Now. That is true, But he hangs out Los Angeles most of the time, so they're they're burning down out there. It's true out right now, but I don't know the Canadians air leaving Canada Ri aren't you know it's up on a beautiful lake? Yeah, well in Toronto He's been sliding into his dms chance you have is a real slow response. We floated one day on the phone here. Lovely. Well, he might be participating in this reunion that Oh, I'm sorry about that. But he might be on this Instagram reunion. So Nancy Meyers did this about a month ago where she had the cast of the parent trap. Have a re union. Your instagram a council now Father of the bride. She did tease this. With a poster of Steve Martin and Kimberly William Paisley. So they were the stars of the original one. So you know it's kind of nice that you Khun catch up almost 30 years later, and remember Father of the Bride was a remake of the 1950 original movie starring Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor..
"six industry" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Of the press or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for a redress of grievances that is the first amendment to the U. S. constitution five different freedoms that are protected in their as a matter of fact before agreeing to accept the agreed to accept the constitution the founders the founding fathers demanded that these freedoms would be protected by an amendment to the original document the first amendment says the first amendment is not part of the original constitution and it protects amongst other things the freedom of the press so James Madison wrote those forty five words that are the first amendment and they are in jeopardy as we sit here today journalist have been blinded injured arrested all covering George Floyd protests nationwide in the list is stunning in des Moines police arrested a reporter for the des Moines register she sent out a video from the black of a squad car in Detroit Free Press and a Detroit Free Press reporter was taken to the emergency room after being pepper sprayed despite showing cops a badge identifying himself as a member of the media to reports to the journal Sentinel were pepper sprayed over the weekend in Louisville I got I got beat by police with their batons Minneapolis you may have seen the CNN reporter and his crew arrested while the whole time identifying themselves and showing their press credentials it goes on and on and on a Reuters reporter who was beat up by police in Florida a guy from vice news who was roughed up in Minneapolis Chicago their incidence Las Vegas there are incidents so today there is a response coming from Bruce brown the executive director of the reporters committee for freedom of the press he says this the numerous targeted tax that journalists reporting on protests across the country have faced from law enforcement over the last two nights are both reprehensible and clear violations of the first amendment these attacks not only endanger our free press but also threaten our democracy in the central the journalists play in safeguarding constitutional rights right so these are all cases where the press was roughed up what's more dangerous and more damaging is what's happening in Oklahoma City Oklahoma City mayor David Holt has issued a new curfew that does not exempt journalists he says journalist will be arrested ticketed and jailed if they don't obey the curfew a clear violation of the first amendment the mayor says our attorneys feel the first amendment doesn't does not allow us to differentiate between journalists and others if we aren't allowing protesters to be in the zone are attorneys feel we can't allow the media this is so much worse if you remember the media to getting hit with a baton this is much worse than being pepper sprayed this is a conscious deliberate decision to stop the media from doing their job we can't allow this and we all have a stake in this if the media can't report to reporters can't do their job you don't know what's happening in the world an Oklahoma City they've decided that journalists will not be allowed outdoors to keep an eye on what police are doing to monitor what citizens are up to that will not be allowed and we cannot allow that to stand that's John steak it's four thirty nine at W. T. M. J. were sponsored this afternoon by annex wealth management Dave's final with Monday's money talk minute manufacturing accounts for eleven percent of the country's economy and when it bogged down no doubt there is a ripple effect are we seeing a turnaround the latest reading from the institute of supply management shows a rebound from April's terrible manufacturing number the worst in eleven years may might have been the transition month companies got a handle on the fires response key suppliers were coming back online for sure there's a long way to go but these are signs that American manufacturing might have bottomed out and could be recovering the six industries reporting growth.
"six industry" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Exclusions apply a UCLA on top as we go to the third quarter Johnson that was very frustrating for mark you and I were very frustrated up here you know love is conditional to touch the ball twice both for first down time when the entire game you know he said and when you throw the ball nineteen times you have seventy two yards and an interception that that just like the football and then the three penalties is all we have but two of those were Dr killers and you know this is got old this is going to change and whoever's responsibility to change it needs change question news back we could go over six Martel we go every little trying to take the temperature in the venture guys looks like you know I mean again they got a little they make justice back but they cannot afford a slow start to this have they had to start the game close by the way in the first quarter had nine yards of offense UCLA had two hundred and one in the second quarter the bulls had won fourty four UCLA had thirty three the first fifteen minutes of the third quarter clock and here comes Thompson Robinson was down until the twenty five got a running back Kelly behind it turns is that right side the camp to check for the first dance the land and then the second way to reflect it came into your site is located nine however its second out of one whole out of a thirty four yard line this problem keeps reoccurring market is we cannot set an edge to kill Jones has to scrape out their internet thing back in he got blocked sealed so goes for nine yards second down and one now for the twenty nine of your thirty four yard line quarterback hands off to the tailback Kahler does Josh Kelly on the left side is a couple of your state when the tax which link also the club will be critical to what it's for extra did a great job of filling the outside latest jam up in there this is what's going to happen on the last play thirty six yard one budget only thirty three yards are you still in its second quarter that boss to fix much of the season with the it's really puts a pretty good football is secondary certainly was one of the first in table thirty six industry hit rule and gains a little excited John I was in there the tax Lou Reed option I think the Dee Dee are left in there too long run it's simply a pull it next time you take a good look at what lines doing blindfolded fast on that play you'll pull up next on second down the night after the one year from thirty seven yard line seconds go by here the third quarter once on the right hand your turn tail backgrounds right side again the boss will begin to mutually because sixty the kill order comes up wholesale the ball carrier along with members of your site for no gain much better job that time mark they played a role over defense kilo new drop down like the like the third middle linebacker inside linebacker images field there with good contained on the outside you know to warn your game so that which through town and nine thirty so who's gonna stop usually two of six on third down the first and the term the stamp drops pressure wells to forty one he just reached over the top the wide receiver eleven the way it's six yards on the return UCLA person wells with a pick his first campaign on the.
"six industry" Discussed on X96
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"The Supreme Court today I mentioned earlier that they would be in session this week expecting decisions today through Thursday I believe. spring court this morning did mild I put something up this to bring court is rejecting an early challenge to president Donald trump's authority to impose tariffs on imported steel based on national security concerns the justices did not comment on Monday in leaving in place a decision by the court of international trade that ruled against steel importers and other users of imported steel to challenge the president's twenty five percent tariffs on steel he impose those terror of some two thousand eighteen and they steel lob industry filed suit against president said he can't do that Supreme Court said well actually he can't do that the court of international trade ruled that he could and the Supreme Court affected Lee concurred agreed the importers are you a truck does not have unbounded authority under the constitution to regulate trade they say that job blogs to Congress legal challenges at an early stage before a federal appeals court has weighed in that case could return to the Supreme Court later on so that is a decision but it's not the big one that will make Christian until aids mother hesitate when filling out the census form the big one for summer haze and is whether the trump administration can include a question on the twenty twenty census next year and the question would be are you a citizen of the United States are you not the Democrats are dead set against that question being asked it is utterly inexplicable in a nation of immigrants that there would be any of revision to asking such as simple and obvious question about your gender can we ask what your wet cut could stump a lot of Democrats that they have at least fifty eight genders now and they might have might have their list in front of them that we should just have male female other just have other for rob then it's like you have better than the Democrats will target you for advertising if you put other I let's get. get back to president trump is as gender dysphoria thing is really is really something. there have been other was a story in The Washington Post over the weekend to transgender people that have been murdered just outside of Washington DC in prince George's county both of whom they included kind of buried in the story were occasional sex industry workers they said six industry workers so they're like trans sexual transvestite don't know what stage there at street prostitutes and and their The Washington Post was pretending that this had profound meaning across the country and in our culture because we're terrible culture because fill in the rest I let's go to well let's go to and we're all these well never mind president trump and Chuck Todd yesterday his C. chunk knows that there are children suffering at the border and he he cannot sleep at night knowing that there are children suffering many sends a check Planned Parenthood where looks a bit warmer and had her birthday. that's just yeah I would say they have no sense of irony but this is ridiculous honestly your birth that there's never. it's the opposite of a birthday place I can't think of a place that has more on birthday like that a Planned Parenthood and abortion clinic but that's where it was been what Warren went to observe her birth and going just enjoy brand came along to saying and it's just a terrible version of Happy Birthday tips but never mind that they care very deeply about children and Planned Parenthood funding and and the Hyde amendment that because it's about the children and the the dedicated Democrat apparatchiks Chuck Todd yesterday jumped in on on all these racial isn't around your fault isn't the economy really because Obama was so great isn't the border all your fault and the president and Chuck Todd when asked what's going down with at least the children.
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"On Sunday may fifth fat day Yankee Stadium might now. Be the third quarter, plus one grand prize winner will win today's box of glimpse will be upgraded to a pair of delta sky tickets for the fifth game. So be listening. I guess I guess fourteen will CB Yankee commemorative bat point bursary of the nineteen ninety nine world championship team, courtesy of Bank, America. So that's all coming up tickets each hour for that for that day coming up. Ron and Rockland county. What's ron? Hey, Mike, how a get back to you again. After you came back, Mike a couple of things as far as the pitcher go the guy who made the transition if I remember correctly with Dave Righetti, he'd just come off a new no hitter and any rail game to ten and he thinks that really excel if I remember it's not that he got really I mean, basically there. I mean, there's other guys that have that have done it guys the guys who have been twenty game winners. And and also Dennis Eckersley was very successful. I mean, there's guys who have done it Righetti. Did this guy who done it? That's not the point of doing it. The point of doing it is the idea of that you are screwing the player by doing it. That's the point that the caller was bringing up the idea that you're creating an economic unfair economic situation for the player because you can never make the same money. It's it's a proven fact if you're a star starter. Look what you get paid. If you're a relieved look what you get is nothing close. So and if you're a mediocre starter if you're a guy who can just keep your head above water and fix to an innings. You're gonna make fifteen fourteen million dollars. And sometimes more. Gary in jersey was Garrett. This real quick on the playoffs. The rocket chance against the warriors or anybody, even or do you think that the warriors just too dominant? Yeah. I think as long as the warriors don't have issues. Where and they were leading in that direction as long as they can keep their Durant. Green stuff on the control. And they can do that more with cousins not there as long as they can keep that on the control. They will probably win. That would be it will take it will take their it would take them to have. You know, listen, we know they don't like each other. But it will take them to completely disintegrate which could happen. I mean, it could definitely happen has happened before. But they we know they don't like each other. So there's obviously a problem in that locker room. But Kevin Durant. You know, I I don't really like him. I I mean, I don't like green either. But if you like them and not the guy's a great player though. I mean sold out, you know, whatever you wanna say fine. But you know, we went to the finals, but he also went to the finals you wanna file MVP twice. Yeah. That's true. But when you have all starts in around. He was still better than everybody else though. They played better than everybody on his team. I it wasn't like the guys on the team played better than he did he played better than everybody on his team. The rocket a chance though with pardoning fall chance. I think it's probably a chance and a chance if everything falls, right? I mean, they have to get red hot from the perimeter. Everything's got a full, right. Paul has to really contribute, which is something that is always up and down with him. Fred and Smithtown what's up. Hey, mike. Nice show today. What's happening? Big giant fan. I'm really happy cattleman did what the Odell trade not nothing, but just getting the fix and putting us in a really good position of Bilbao defense again. And I hope he uses the first couple of picks four find some. I know we're going to be good as far as the quarterback. Mike do seem DC trade. What are you citrate for rose? You see a free agent maybe next year. No, I think mall. I think the giants most likely. I think this three scenarios take a lot. I don't have a preference. I don't I haven't done any work on the quarterbacks. I don't have a preference on any of them. I wouldn't take any cakes. Oakland pick that I'm not I'm not picking a quarterback on the high side. I'm not. And his what his look at. I think that they will either get Rosen what take a quarterback number two hosing. I think three might get him. I think they take a quarterback on the second round. Or they take Rosen. I don't think they take a quarterback on the first one. That's what I think. Drew in Trenton, what's up, drew? Disagree. I think throat as most you're gonna take Askins really doing. Then why did you bring you back? Well. I Japan you could trade up. And you know, I know people always talk about that Kansas City model. But I I think regardless of that house is talented got there reason there is no there is no Kansas City model to begin with those thing model completely overblown. But I think he's gonna take them. I really do. I think this kid is the one issue in Jeremiah mentioned, it is he's his feet aren't great. But you get him an NFL quarterback coach and put them in conditioning program. I think it'll be fun. Everything got a great armies. Accuracy smart. Why not listen? I. Just just fogging say, how would you know, you smart? While you see all these things that he's he's when they construct the defense that you can pick it apart. So I don't know small. I mean to me listen to me, if I broadly, I've made this very close I failed if done to say, but if I brought Eli back I'm not gonna quarterback. I if I was going to draft a quarterback with the six pick. I wouldn't have brought back. I didn't make any sense to pay the money you could save you could cap savings and got another player with the money. They made no sense to bring you back sit on a bench because you pick a quarterback at six. They're gonna wanna play them. In jersey, what's up being? I don't really think the giants should go with a quarterback at six less tasking. Or trade for Rosen. I mean what what are your thoughts on that? If they don't go for either one of those guys don't even bother. Well, I'm not a believer in picking a quarterback a six industry. No matter who it is. I don't want anybody. Guy quarterback how arm. No, I don't. I think I don't think he's as good as Jameis Winston. Not really. Yeah. They're like each other at college. I don't think it's Benjamin's one-sided. I told you James Winston bay better quarterback. He will be. James driven. Not good. So you think Janus hasn't proven that? He's not good. He's proven that. He is very erratic in that he makes a ton of positive plays and a tug on of negative plays. He doesn't like it's not like he doesn't make plays. He makes plays. He scores points. He drives for touchdowns. He throws picks. That's what he does. And that's what's got to be worked out his game as he takes too many chances. He he throws picks. See if I have a guy who can't make throws in. I can't get him to make a play James makes plays. He puts up numbers. But he throws terrible picks that difference. What about Murray if he was there at three in the jets had a good deal trade down? What you do it? No wouldn't touch him. All right. My I would never touch. I would never let someone else when when the quarterback that's us. I'm not trying to quarterback that says back after this. Hey, guys. Russell wilson. We're asking you to join us in.
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"Target sell price of seven dollars and thirteen cents that looks peeling one thing I would be cautious here. Peggy is a no there's been talk about you know, them and cell gene getting together. I would want to understand more about what's going on. I haven't looked at that. That particular deal in quite a while. I'm kind of left out on the news there. But that is definitely something important to understand because we were talking during the break, I feel like majority of the time when there's these mega-deals it it's not great for stock prices over the longer term. It seems like it always happens come near the peak. When Cummings are striving for growth, I will say however that I liked the healthcare industry right now. I think it's a great potential area to find some good companies because I think this Medicare for all nonsense has really driven down prices. And I think it's creating some great buying up change. I'm going to bet on the American people here that we will not have Medicare for. I hope that's the case. I'm Medicare's already disaster. So Medicare for all is not going to work, and I think that health insurance health companies could be a great opportunity over the next five years, and has to I don't know many drugs Brister miles has the drug we hold we know about the drugs, what the potential is the future what they do and so forth. So if you do wanna proceed, you know, look at Brister miles really understand what their drugs. What they could do. But against chase says the merger. Sometimes just don't seem to work out. Very good. These big time mergers. So that's why I'd probably look elsewhere. But there you go. All right. Okay. Thanks so much. I appreciate your okay picking. Thanks call. Have a good day Bye-bye? Why are ready that over the phone line one eight hundred seven six zero k f m b that's one eight hundred seven six zero five three six two. Let's go out to the. This Santa Clara, San okay? SNAT? Okay. Let's go to speak with Doug Douglas Marin vegetable chase go help you guys a couple of weeks ago. My wife was a reading the journal about Nielsen holdings, their their their part of the AC Nielsen ratings the TV ratings, and and we're doing some research. It was it was interesting to see a it's a much bigger company than you would think. So why don't you take a look at look at at their stock. Okay. I'll think of Nielsen holdings up ELC means the London based company symbols and L S N. Unfortunately, here Doug, no PE ratio. Which means no earnings the last twelve months of the thirty one. I'll just check to see what the industry he hasn't kind of curious. What industry they're broadcasting this? I'm thinking about it actually in market research is what they're actually in. Okay. What did you see the price to sales one point four bed in the industry at two point seven price to book value, not material, but that's the same as? The industry and price of cash flow nothing there, either versus thirteen point seven which tells me that they're casual negative over the last twelve months. Not a good thing. You do have a high Devon here. Five point three percent. But with no earnings no cash full that dividend could be at risk. So be careful that we do. See their sales are down one percent year over year energy up three point eight. And while earnings for Nielsen fell by two hundred seventy seven percent energy was up. Fifteen current Rachel one point two one point four. That's okay, but debt equity two hundred and ninety four percent versus one hundred seventy five percent for the industry so high industry, but they're even above that return equities a negative twenty six for positive fourteen point six industry net profit margin, a negative fourteen point to pursue positive eight point five and receivable. Turnover is very good though, five point four versus one point seven salon negatives there chase. What about the earnings going forward? And of course, car. Pricier for Nielsen twenty six dollars Twenty-three cents the to thirty four dollars and eighty six cents. So a pretty sizable pullback there and then fifty two week low. Here's twenty dollars and fifty three cents but look out to December two thousand twenty s estimated aren't Shannon, gap basis positives, they do have earnings of a dollar twenty one cents. Unfortunately, that would just give us a target sell price, though of nineteen dollars ninety seven cents below that current price, and when they have curious about this company, Doug is I know they do all the market research. And then produce those research reports who pays them for those shorts of research reports. How do they make money off of that? That's one thing. I'd be interested on this company. But as that also probably not worth the research to the valuation is don't look that appealing on it. And I'm not sure I'm think the stations pay them. I believe are because they want the research of who's doing it. But I that's just a guess educate gas, but it could be the case. But yeah, kind of an interesting company. It sounds like, but just as an investment goes look, very good at this point in time already. Okay. Thank you. Thank you for calling. Bye. All right. Well, gosh, you know, we had a bunch of phone calls went through them. All so, I I guess people thought were too busy. So don't call in. But now all lines are open one eight hundred seven six zero k f m b that's one eight hundred seven six zero five three six hundred ads. Always that get you through for your unbiased no-strings-attached fun opinion about what you want to talk about the down the clock. Let's go ahead and take a break here. When we come back. We'll take your calls and other things to talk about as well, but your calls on smart visiting show, but we do come. I stay with us. You're ellison. The Smartvestor show with Brian chase. Am seven safety. K.
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"The best of the Larry O'Connor show. This is a topic that we've discussed often, and I don't think we can discuss it enough. And I'll throw it out there. Easy question for you. What should we be doing as a country as a society as a culture as a community to bettering, courage, art children who don't want to go to college in just want to join the workforce? Are we doing enough to encourage that give them the tools that they need to get out there and starting a living at the age of eighteen and forgoing higher education. What should we be doing? What could we be doing? Or do you agree and think no every kid should go to college you tummy, triple eight six thirty eight six zero nine six two five to kick this off. I'm very happy to introduce MAC beaten, bayton new. I was gonna do it wrong. Mac bayden. He is the director of career and technical. Education down near Richmond Henrico county public schools because mister bayton you've got a really cool system down there. Just like when athletes have their big signing day. And they announced what college they're going to go to you have a signing day for students in your program to announce what career path they're going to follow in what job they're going to go to right after high school. Explain this to me. Well, you know, when when kids graduate, literally, we think of education, unfortunately in follows, and, you know, often when you'd asked young people, what are you doing when you graduate from high school? Most of the kids will give you the answer. Well, I'm going to go to college, but they can never tell you why or the purpose of going to college. And then every now, and then you talked to a young person says, well, I'm just going to go to work like, it was something less than acceptable. And so what we wanted to do was come up with a way to elevate that decision. And show the value of that decision for the young people as they move into the workforce. And where they really felt good about the station. So the signing they was just a natural fit of how to do that. And it was a chance to celebrate these accomplishments, and then when you add to it how much money they're making a year. How many companies are willing to help pay for that post secondary training whether to finish or or even some community college for vocational skills? Yeah. Yeah. Start to add all that up. What a what a choice. I mean, you know, you're looking at, you know, four or five hundred thousand dollar value of that decision to go to work, and it really changed the way air students are starting to say. Now, they're not saying, I'm just gonna go to work. They're excited about this option. So it's so cool. And I've seen videos of this. You do it like it's of their parents are there the people from the companies who they've signed and pledged themselves to go and work for their. And other students they're cheering them on their very excited about it. It's like, this choice, isn't celebrated. It's funny. You started this by saying, you know, when you ask a kid what they're going to do after high school. That's not even the question anymore. The standard question is where you going to go to college as if it's just presumed that that's the answer for everyone. And these kids are starting out. Many of these kids last year starting out at forty five thousand dollars a year with full benefits, and we had parents in their tears rolling down their face because they didn't even realize that the pathway that had gone through in high school through career and technical education had set them up. So well for these job opportunity, tell me what's going on in Henrico county public schools that you have is this do you have a specific magnet school that focuses on this technical education and vocational career education or is this a program in all of the high schools. Well, it's a combination of both the Korean pledge -cation is actually in all of our schools. Great six through twelve. But then we also have what a lot of people refer to as technical centers in the olden days. We used to call him the vo-tech centers air school board several years ago realized that the technical centers were truly as she said a. School excuse me, especially center, and so they actually changed the name of those two centers to advance creation center. So the students go there for half a day, and then they're comprehensive high school for the half day for their their their other academic work. And so really it's the best of both worlds for these young people and just focusing on sort of what what has sadly pejoratively been referred to as blue collar work is this like a mechanic's work electricity, work, plumbing, work or or actually loosening vocational skills, like office work sales, white collar jobs. You know, I I have a little slogan. We use we help young people. Learn to do everything from your nails to get you out of jail. We cover the spectrum of career opportunities through all of the sixteen clusters from you help careers to your business, and I t world, you know, these kids have the opportunity last year in Rico county, we had six thousand two hundred and fifty six industry based certifications earned by our students before they even graduated high school. So they're walking out whatever I've Krier pathway. They're their interests. And again, I think this is partly a societal problem. We judge high schools based on a not their graduation rates and not the number of students that they graduate with the skills to be able to enter our society and be a functioning member of our economy and workforce, we judge them on how many then go on to higher education colleges. And I I just I don't know where we went wrong. But it it seems like college Eric's high school counselors are really only focused on that. Do you have high school counselors that say, okay what? Kind of job. Do you want? We'll put you on the right path to get the credits and get the training. So you can just hit the ground running Weena. And once again, I am very fortunate being in Reiko county, and this is not an overnight thing. I mean, we've worked at this for years, but air school counselors are really doing a great job of we actually start for air kids in elementary school. Starting to talk about your options. We give them out we run programs during the summer to expose them to the building trades or that Narian science or the T world. So we're trying to give them.
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"Yes. So we're going to switch gears a little bit here. And we're going to talk a little bit more about Conde. She comes to us from SAP Ariba. So we want to talk a little about that. Sure. So SAP is a large enterprise software company has about four hundred thirty thousand customers in eighty countries. So it is a company that's been around for years based in Germany, I'm based here in New York and really just helps businesses run more effectively internally we were talking before Richard. And I were at a company in the nineties that implemented SAP, and it was really groundbreaking back. Then I guess you said it was SAP and oracle back then. Yes in it, really. Was it tied together all the different aspects of this big chemical plant, which if you think about a business just think about your own business. You have the counting. You have the marketing sales. Yes. So it was very innovative is really a company that helps businesses think about their business processes so across eleven line of business. Like, you mentioned HR finance supply chain on then also in twenty-six industry. So really focuses on basically every organization that you could imagine in the world in your with REBA, which was a small company that was bought by SAP. Yes. SAP acquired Ariba in two thousand twelve because it was trying to have more of a presence and the cloud used to be more of on premise company, specifically focuses on procurement and supply chain. And so SAP to kind of close the gap on its cloud presence. I'm by adding on procurement. That's great. So and what is your role at SAP? Now, you're the director of business development. So what does that mean? Yes, good question. I think it means something different in different companies. And also the nephew actually of for me. It just means how to think about developing new business models and generate new revenue streams so that means looking at acquisition targets so come with SAP should by to help. Close gaps in functionality market happened to set up partnerships that have a revenue share also helps to work with a new group that formed an SAP club SAP. It's a fund that's aren't allowed in sixteen. We look for seed and early stage companies that we can best in that loop eventually contribute SAP's ecosystem. That's great. And so one of the things that you do when you're looking at these companies as you're looking at their people folio is that correct? Yes. So there's several reasons why we would be interested in another company. One is have intellectual property. Another is if they have human resources that have demand expertise third is to acquire different types of different set of customers or market say SIP's, definitely very important. That's great. That's near and dear to my heart being an IP attorney. We love we we didn't pay her to me. Yes. We're going to get. If listeners is thinking about doing tech project could they go to SAP someone in SAP. Maybe you and say, hey, SAP have any real techniques that are not being felt now that if I started a company, and did it really, well, they might buy for me. Yeah. I think there's several ways so one is again going to essay playoff fund, they they eventually look at companies invest in. They also have an accelerator we can they can help you figure out how to scale and get introduction the customers or you can talk to people like me that can facilitate they valuation of a partnership, and what are the steps that you go through to evaluate the partnership. Well, I wanna understand the scale ability of the partner because sometimes you might be great what you're doing. But can you immediately take on four hundred and thirty thousand customers SAP has a lot of companies can't right away. Right. So making sure that they have the capacity to to take on a lot of volume second that that is complementary or additive to SAP can already offer and then third their tech stack will compliments SAP's. That's really a great perspective because lots of times we work with entrepreneurs who are working with investors. But when you have a large company. That you're looking to merge with the scale ability is really one of the key things. What you may be doing is great. But can you really match the needs of like you said so many thousands of customers. It's a great problem for startup to have. But you also have to be able to do it. Right. Exactly. It's not easy to do. There are some compromises so we will do some things what we call like an incubation. We'll do a pilot with the prudential partner, maybe three customers to kind of test the value proposition and see if customers are even interested in if so we can do what we call a co innovation. We might help to actually invest the startup in terms of giving them resources development. So that we can help them scale before the become a partner. So how can our listeners get a hold of? You can Email me kind gay K A N G, E dot K A N E E N E at SAP dot com. You can also come to our offices, but based on the Hudson yards, so happy to interact with anybody that's interested. And if you're really interested you can come to the venture conference. Exactly, we'll see me on the panel. What does the data the venture conference again? It's April eleven starts at two pm when I think ends at six awesome. And you can go and sign up.
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"Environmental rules documents obtained by politico reveal shortly before one of the firm's partners became president donny's top air pollution regulator. Now that partner ex partner in the law firm Bill way room. Is aggressively working to undo many of those same regulations at the PA? Where he is in assistant administrator in charge of issues, including climate, change, smog and power plant. Mercury pollution way rooms past roles. Utility lobbyist is well known. But the documents just unveiled revealed on earth by politico reveal never before disclosed details of how extensively extensively his Old Firm, formerly called hunting and Williams. Work to coordinate the power industry strategy against Obama administration's regulations. Twenty five power companies and six industry trade groups. Agreed to pay the firm eight point two million dollars just in two thousand seventeen according to internal summary prepared a year less than three months before Trump tapped way room for his post at the Pierre. Politico obtained twenty six pages of briefing materials. There were distributed and members of the umbrella groups have utilities. The way room in his law firm. We're Representative representing known as utility air regulatory group. A secretive organization included some of the. Largest coal burning utilities in the country. Materials were marked confidential attorney client communication and outlying goals for a meeting of the group's policy committee. Topping the list of coal burning utilities part of the secretive. Utility air regulatory group. We're Duke Energy Southern Company ADP which together contributed nearly one third of the money. Now way room said he won't work on lawsuits. For former clients if they're involved. But nothing in federal ethics rules permits. Her Jimmy prevents him from working regulations that apply to a broad broad range of actors in the industry. Maybe I won't specifically work on a lawsuit involving out southern or Duke or PM or PG. But I will make sure in a broad sense. They benefit from all of my expertise. In air pollution. I.
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"My blood only reason I qualify because he's completely clean. It's unbelievable. So you're a medical marvel. About you. Have you've told me that you've been fucking prostitutes or whatever hooking doing things with them. I never get anything. That's what I'm saying. I'm breakable. You know, what I mean like, and then you're getting like, crazy, injections and pills, and you're taking all this shit superhuman like, so let's go ready to go. You know? What's funny? Rosie TRAN keep asking me if I hear anything my hair because it's it's dark. He's how old are you? I turned fifteen few months. So it's gotta be all the chemicals and stuff. I was losing hair. I'm not joking. I was losing hair three years ago. I don't know what what I took. It's all that posts you eat for sure it's gotta be the drug. Hooker pussy make your hair grow up on my my hair. Going back. It doesn't make any sense because now all my family mails all hair by late forties. You know, you look great. Coffee now your coffee mass. Another question about the prostitute thing. Do you do do you have vaginal intercourse with them? Yeah. I mean costs more and much more. It depends on the girl every negotiable. But when I was in Athens, I was kind of shop because. Discourages let me put in vagina without a condom. Yeah. Hooker did. Yeah. I think it's just crazy. It's like, okay. I'm not gonna complain a forty bucks, right? Yeah. No. It was twenty euros cheap in Athens. Cool. No. Where did you meet this area like where so that there's a ghetto section Athens, where hookers tenure that's like twelve thirteen dollars rice and rich areas like twenty euros. Right. I don't know how many times I went to the twenty euros like only Greeks only kicked me out because I'm not white Greek or something are you serious? I'm very serious. So you would go to the place, and they'd be like, you gotta yeah. Oh, they do this this finger thing. And then they told me leave that means Asian. Yeah. I think so oh my God. Sign is this is this is Asian thing. Yeah, I'm guessing. It doesn't bother me. You know? Very bothered by those types of jokes earth thing people who usually like me, comedy wise, they're why and drunk and slightly racist. My favorite my favorite cheese. Grace girls being like get outta here. Or is it like, no it's in Athens. What's funny? It's my friend was working. It's not funny, but my friend was working refugee camp and Athens. So I went there aids refugee, so I went to when else I went there. Jeez. I got you. So he was working with fishing camps. I went there, and I donate food and gifts Aqaba, the kids or whatever fine. And during the day, I was bored. Like, I wonder what's six industry like an Athens. I wasn't expecting any. It's putting interesting. There's so much every since ten years ago, the financial crisis, you know. Unemployment's very high stale. And so so like, I go to prostitution, it's very different. Like you. You see a girl you like the madams dare. Can I ask you this? How do you start like when you're an average like you start just asking around like they're not just go to like relate dishing Athens? And I and I wasn't expecting. And there was once prostitutes madams there. Yeah. So you go to this area you go in and there's a Madam. And she said, they always say, oh, no, you, I don't speak English. But they always say like, you know, fucking suck. Done a normal sex twenty euros, whatever. Okay. Then they'll bring the grow out. And then you say, yes, or no. And you you you don't wanna leave. But I was really really shocked by Athens, the quality of growth, just unbelievable. High quality is just amazing zero girls are now it's like Russian polish. Yeah. Wow. I know you're like a whore whisper and thank you. Yeah. No. I tell you how I know. Because I when I was in the UAE. This marine took us to a bar across from the hotel. And it was four wasn't into to. Do you buy you buy, and and he goes, yeah..
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"Hi, I'm Karen Swisher editor at large of Recode. You may know me as the organizer of the free film festival outside congressman Steve king's office this week, we're watching Schindler's List and Hidden Figures, but in my spare time, I talked tech. And you're listening to Rico decode from the vox media podcast network today. In the red chair is Beth Ford the CEO of land lakes. That's right butter. She's been in that role. But it's a lot more than that. Since last. August is the first openly gay CEO before five hundred company all kinds of things we're going to talk about Agritech king a little bit and sort of how you run a modern company that is not necessarily tie related in the tech heavy world we live in now. Beth welcome to Rico, decode them whereas land legs leaks is headquartered in Minnesota Minnesota which in Minneapolis right outside of Minneapolis in Arden hills. And you know, the founding of the company was founded by dairy farmers in nineteen twenty one west every farmers, and it's it resides still in Minnesota. Which is where it was founded was that. All right. So I wanna get I into your. Background. There's all kinds of things to talk about and stuff in the news and stuff how you guys operate taco. But how you got to land lakes? What was the journey to this? You know? Well, what it does? I what is that have explained to people what they own right? Well, you started with the butter and everybody, of course, knows land lakes because of the brand goods business are butter business. Which is where the company was founded. But actually, we're butter. Visit still the biggest business. No, no, actually, not by a long shot. Okay. The dairy businesses which includes Vermont creamery. Cozy shack pudding we have snack cheese. We have a lot of different products in the dairy sector, and that's probably a third of the company. So I'm going to go back to your question because I think it's really interesting land lakes is a co-op. We are farmer owned. We retain farm ownership. We're owned by about four thousand farmers. We touched half the harvest today cours in the United States a quarter of the farmers. The reason that's relevant is the business portfolio is starts from the farmer. We have an tech portfolio or an expert wholesaler were working. Worth growers on the acre. We have Purina animal nutrition. So we feed hundred million animals day, we feed the Olympic courses, we have all sorts of animal feed businesses, exotic animal businesses, and then the dairy business. We also have a sustained platform where we're working again on sustainable food production on the acre with farmers, and that's really important again because of the changing environment and the need to feed a growing population. So when you are saying, you're your own by the farmers. It's literally it's governed by four thousand farmers. We have four thousand members. We also we have growers. We have producers on the we have retailers so local retailer. So it's verse ownership model say about eight hundred of those and then the board the governing board. It's a twenty eight farmer members actually said on the board. And that was who selected the company not know though, we have a preferred trunch of equity. And so that would be more on the public markets. Okay. So explain how you got to be running this. Well, yeah. That's that's a good question. I actually have been in business for about thirty three years. I've worked in six industries seven companies I started in the oil industry. Okay. I worked for Mobil Oil in all in lineup. Rations I managed tanker barge. I was in trucking facility says on the docks in the refineries. I spent some time at Pepsi, Iran. The North American supply chain, I did some time publishes delivering Pepsi delivery or making pets both. Okay. Both is spent some time in publishing for hush et also scholastic, Harry Potter Clifford. The big red doc was chief operating officer. I spent some time in the chemicals sector and was working around the world. And it was that last stop at a company called f f working international markets. I received a call would I be willing to come and talk to land lakes about a role, and I decided to go in and do that. I'm from the midwest originally, and this is. As you know was in the mid west. So went there and was hired as their cheese hygiene officer and from that she chief supply chain off so all the operating manufacturing operations here..