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"solti" Discussed on Tara Brach
"Yourself been aware of the breath and intentionally extending the braff so it's a long slow in breath you might even count the five and a matched slow out breath again counting to five breathing in counting to five breathing out counting to five minutes. You need to make it shorter longer either way. It's fine just extended beyond your normal breath continuing this matched in breath than out breath as you breathe. You might sense if you're frowning and bring her a slight smile to now staying with the brass sensing with the end breath that you can open receive even in cellular away with the out breath letting nice long and bre slow even out braff relaxing with the brat opening with the receiving the in brad letting go with the outbreak. If you've lost track of the breath no problem just gently come back again. Nice solti been bre. Slow sees out rap now letting go of any control of the braff. Just relax back in witness the natural breath letting the breathing just as it is naturally sensing the quality of presence. That's here with that process scanning your body noticing if there's any places of unnecessary tightness or holding that you can just gently soften and relax check area around the is see if you can soften the ice let the brow be letting go any tension in the jaw again. That's slight smile at the mall. Maybe you can let the shoulders relaxed back down. Feel shoulder the inside out again softening and see if you can notice the movement of energy sensations aliveness and attention remains in shelters sense if you can let it float on in awareness softening the hands leading them rush to very effortless way an easy way when you place the awareness inside notice the aliveness t laying vibrated perhaps warm. Maybe she's feeling fresher particular warms through your hands. Contact your legs or touch each other that there be an openness at the chest feel from the inside out the region of the heart. Perhaps you might smile into harder. Imagine and few of the curve of a small spreading through the heart..
Who Will Be Performing at the Grammys 2021?
"Be appearing? Do we know Yeah. One or two names that will try to fill the massive void that it will be left by the weekend. Not being there. People like Taylor Swift. People like Billy, I'll ish, uh, do a leap a post Malone. Coldplay's Chris Martin are all slated to perform. There was that thing going on on Twitter this week regarding Bruno Mars, where he said on Twitter that he's got a new band and would love to appear on the Grammy Awards, and it went back and forth with the Grammy people. Oh, did you change your number? We've been trying to get ahold of you. Oh, yes, I'd be happy to appear so anyway. Bruno Mars. Ondo. His new band called Silk Sonic will be among the performers Harry Styles is from the one direction is going to He's going to start the show is going to be the lead performer on it. Maren Morris. Meghan, the stallion. John Mayer. Miranda Lambert s O. I'm the It's one of the best nights of music. I mean, a lot of people go. I don't even know these cigarettes. I don't There's you know you want upside and like my dad did when the Beatles came out. That's not me. It was like, I don't know what that is. Actually a lot of it. Even you know, the new performers give it a chance that a lot of it is really great music. So it's going to be Sunday night's gonna be seven o'clock. Trevor Noah. Is hosting the show this year, so I think it's going to be funny. They're gonna be doing it mostly virtually at different locations around the world, like they did the Golden Globes a couple of weeks ago, and Beyonce is the artist to beat. She's got nine nominations, and if she winds up winning, let's see. She's got 24 now, so all she has to do is win eight more, and she will tie Sir George Sheltie, formerly of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, He is the record Grammy holder with 31. Right now. So, Beyonce, you know, she wins more than that. She could beat Sir George Solti. But you know Chicago in holding onto that distinction for quite some time. Now, that is a
How Absentee Landowners Keep Farmers From Protecting Water And Soil
"Some of our biggest environmental problems like water, pollution and endangered wildlife caused by large scale farming, which means farmers are in a position to reduce environmental damage or at least mitigate it. Why don't they one reason? They often don't own much of the lands that they farm here's. NPR's Dan Charles Lisa Solti more loves nature. I reached her while she was visiting. The forests of northern Minnesota I can only describe it as healing. All the stress of our world, and said she just forget about it when you're in one of these beautiful old growth, for as she teaches ecology at Iowa State University, but when she moved to Iowa seventeen years ago, she struggled a little. She didn't have that same feeling standing in vast fields of corn. She wasn't hearing any birds or seeing many bugs all I can here are the leaves of the rustling corn around me and not one other. Biological Noise at all right. It's you know they call it the Green Desert and there is a lot of land like this this year. Corn and soybeans covered land. That's equal in size to all the East Coast States from New York to Georgia. But solti more says it doesn't have to be a green desert. She's been studying what she calls. Prairie Strips stretches of land, running through fields of corner soybeans. We're farmers of set-aside may be percent of the land for tall, stemmed grasses and wildflowers. It's a different world there. She says birds singing their bees buzzing. They were crickets chirping. There was stuff hopping around. These bits of prairie also protect soil and water capture carbon dioxide from the air. For this to happen. Though farmers have to be willing to give this land back to nature and many experts on farmland say it can make economic sense. One of them is Steve Brewer President of People's company in Des Moines Iowa who buys sells and manages farmland across the country. One of the first things that we do and we do this on every farm that we managed as we run, these profitability maps. His company creates a detailed map of the. The farm what they spend and what they earn on every acre, and they're finding consistently that some of that land loses money. It's amazing about ten to fifteen percent of all the acres in Iowa. aren't profitable. They're those hillsides with eroded soil spots where water collects in a big puddle after every rain. That is where they advise farmers to cut their losses may be bring back the prairie. Some farmers are doing this kinda thing most are not. And one reason the farm experts say is an under appreciated fact about America's farmland farmers only owned about half their land the rest of it. They rent year-by-year from a collection of landlords. Linda pro copy from Purdue University has studied those landowners. There are very diverse group of people much more diverse than farmers. Many are elderly retired farmers now renting the land to the next generation, some inherited it from grandparents. You have younger urban people who co owned a piece of land with cousins. Don't know anything about farming so when it comes to managing that Land Steve Brewer from People's company says it often plays out like this. Let's say somebody owns one hundred sixty acres. Thirty of those acres are lousy for growing crops, but they'll rent out. The whole thing is a landowner you want. Those thirty acres farmed because you're trying to get rental revenue on every acre that you can get, and the farmer will go along because he or she really wants one hundred thirty good acres. Sarah? Carlson longtime environmental advocate with the group. Practical farmers of Iowa gets annoyed by landowners who just want their rent check? We need to start calling landlord, slum lords and a lot of cases. They're just as guilty she says consider something else. Cover crops vegetation that farmers can plant in the off season to protect and enrich the soil. It's great for the environment and for your crops in the long run, but it costs money upfront, so tenant farmers who may not be there in the long run are reluctant to spend that money. Carson says some landlords do care enough that they'll spend the money to protect the Environment Bill. Does prairie strips pay for cover crops? But they're the exceptions. I mean even my mom wasn't that kind of landlord and I'm her daughter like I'm like what do you mean we're not going to do? Cover crops was wrong with you Steve. Brewer land. Brooker says he does see. Signs of things are changing. There's a new kind of landowner showing up people who didn't inherit the farmland, but decided to buy it. Some of them because they care about how foods produced and the environment, others are purely investors for them. The land is a financial asset, but they understand that this asset can't increase in value if they protected Dan Charles NPR
Absentee Landlords Interfere With Farmers Protecting Water, Soil
"Some of our biggest environmental problems like water, pollution and endangered wildlife caused by large scale farming, which means farmers are in a position to reduce environmental damage or at least mitigate it. Why don't they one reason? They often don't own much of the lands that they farm. Here's NPR's Dan Charles. Lisa Solti more loves nature I. Reached Her while she was visiting the forests of northern Minnesota I can only describe it as healing. All the stress of our world, and said she just forget about it when you're in one of these beautiful old growth for as she teaches ecology. At University, but when she moved to Iowa seventeen years ago, she struggled a little. She didn't have that same feeling standing in vast fields of corn. She wasn't hearing any birds or seeing many bugs all. I can here are the leaves of the rustling corn around me and not one other. Biological Noise at all right? It's you know they call it the green. Desert and there is a lot of land like this this year. Corn and soybeans covered land. That's equal in size to all the East Coast States from New York to Georgia. But solti more says it doesn't have to be a green desert. She's been studying what she calls. Prairie Strips stretches of land, running through fields of corner soybeans. We're farmers of set-aside may be percent of the land for tall, stemmed grasses and wildflowers. It's a different world there. She says birds singing their bees buzzing. They were crickets chirping. There was stuff hopping around. These bits of prairie also protect soil and water capture carbon dioxide from the air. For this to happen, though farmers have to be willing to give this land back to nature and many experts on farmland say it can make economic sense. One of them is Steve. Brewer President of People's company in Des Moines Iowa who buys sells and manages farmland across the country. One of the first things that we do and we do this on every farm that we managed as we run, these profitability maps. His company creates a detailed map of the. The farm what they spend and what they earn on every acre, and they're finding consistently that some of that land loses money. It's amazing about ten to fifteen percent of all the acres in Iowa aren't profitable. They're those hillsides with eroded soil spots where water collects in a big puddle after every rain. That is where they advise farmers to cut their losses may be bring back the prairie. Some farmers are doing this Kinda. Thing most are not. And one reason the farm experts say is an under appreciated fact about America's farmland farmers only owned about half their land the rest of it. They rent year-by-year from a collection of landlords. Linda pro copy from Purdue University has studied those landowners. There are very diverse group of people much more diverse than farmers. Many are elderly retired farmers now renting the land to the next generation, some inherited it from grandparents. You have younger urban people who co owned a piece of land with. Don't know anything about farming so when it comes to managing that Land Steve. Brewer from People's company says it often plays out like this. Let's say somebody owns one hundred sixty acres. Thirty of those acres are lousy for growing crops, but they'll rent out. The whole thing is a landowner you want. Those thirty acres farmed because you're trying to get rental revenue on every acre that you can get, and the farmer will go along because he or she really wants one hundred thirty good acres. Sarah Carlson longtime environmental advocate with the group practical farmers of Iowa gets annoyed by landowners who just want their rent check? We need to start calling landlord, slum lords and a lot of cases. They're just as guilty she says consider something else. Cover crops vegetation that farmers can plant in the season to protect and enrich the soil. It's great for the environment and for your crops in the long run, but it costs money upfront, so tenant farmers who may not be there in the long run are reluctant to spend that money. Carson says some landlords do care enough that they'll spend the money to protect the Environment Bill. Does prairie strips pay for cover crops? But they're the exceptions I mean. Even my mom wasn't that kind of landlord and I'm her daughter like I'm like. What do you mean we're not going to do? Cover crops was wrong with you Steve, brewer? Land Brooker says he does see signs of things are changing. There's a new kind of landowner showing up people who didn't inherit the farmland, but decided to buy it. Some of them because they care about how foods produced and the environment, others are purely investors for them. The land is a financial asset, but they understand that this asset can't increase in value if they protected. Dan Charles NPR
"solti" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Us it's time to talk to our friend Steve Solti an environmental engineer and once again a guest on the program hello Steven how are you the testing what's on your mind Baghdad who this weekend next week is that those who worship catastrophic human caused climate change history and science things like that make us believe that everything was peachy cream please stay home ideal climate until maybe late eighteen hundreds and early nineteen hundreds yes but at least that was this week that I ran into an article the DJ August issue of archaeology magazine okay and under this part of the emperor of stones I was when I read the whole article thank you the language of parties or old Morris which is already okay with the fall from the top of the yeah he was not aware and the biggest monolith around is one that Sweden has called the Sweden rock six five pound stone measured eight feet tall five sides covered with the longest inspections in existence the farm they call seven sixty rooms divided into twenty eight lines and they asked me for around eighteen hundred eighty now she's from Sweden that believe that the cracked the code a little bit better and develop a new interpretation hi is it seems to be a devastating six century pets in the five hundreds close the beavers climate crisis even further on the deed means that.
"solti" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The my friend Steve Solti within fire metal stuff it's teachers David good morning how are you very good here in the great white oaks are you going to are you gonna be coming out of a bunker soon every everything's everything's open up Steve I don't know until they decide to close it down again it would be about all the vacation about plans were half or having and how chaotic it is I bet all right well what do you got this morning or is it all about the possible new technology that makes it's for safe drinking water okay so different than what we've been doing the latter two years through two disinfection phases the first time the water is disinfected is at the treatment plant and the second place is out in the distribution system yes is the one that said very common diseases been done this for over a hundred years it's cheap the protective but is a hazardous chemical handed can't react with some things in the water that are naturally occurring that can create some some hazards you're welcome bye products okay out there but they're very high costs and about drawbacks the researchers at that school still in environmental engineering at Georgia tech have developed a device that kills pathogens using electricity and this is the most can fit into the distribution pipes out in the system actually what the system does create the strong electric field in this tools bacteria viruses like they would nineteen yeah or the center of the device where there is no electrocution but basically in the center of the device the secretary and viruses are killed did which provide you say corporate confusion for those just so the people have an understanding of what you may in one of the nice things about this technology it consumes so little electric power that the water running through the pipes can be deported into a very scary small electric generator to create the power to run this right there and wherever you want to do this so so the water itself as it's being disinfected is actually helping power the process that's disinfecting it you will have those very supposed to be that's what that's what happens using you know what's gonna happen with this technology people but the they've been looking for alternatives for chlorine.
"solti" Discussed on The Sill - Perspectives on Art
"Somebody actually did that on purpose or it could still be. It could have been even in this case somehow discussions whether it's valid or not I've heard discussions of people calling this a weaponized virus. Well sure biological warfare is not new right and this would be another form of biological warfare all very good. We can talk about these ideas but until you can prove them. They're just babble Babbel's for as assery exactly however however what I'm saying for the purpose of extending dialogue not excluding people I think it'd be who's us to entertain or at least listen to all possibilities. I mean this is what we've gotTA deal with. We can philosophize hypothesize all we want after right now. What are we going to do to stabilize or get to a better place right so that we can spend countless evening's over a cup of coffee philosophizing? About what should and shouldn't be in. Who has what but right now. We need to work together. We need to pull together. Yeah the past day suspicious misspent with Solti. Since I've been talking to peace a Gash Avocado does Now.
"solti" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Text from a friend Steve Solti usually will join us once a month and studio but because of what is going on we're limiting exposure to everyone in fact just yesterday the memo came down down to the the team locally and on a national basis and basically what it says is that I heart media has implemented a mandatory national work from home policy to protect the health and safety of the staff and part of the wider social responsibility to reduce the virus impact on the health care system so only essential employees are supposed to be here and I did not call Steve Solti as they'd let him know that that's my full but usually the people who would dare frequent the studio will not be here in the studio hopefully they'll be able to join us on the telephone and that's a a practical physical distancing kind of a book as far as I know covert nineteen is not being not being transferred over the telephone wires yet and to which we will talk to old radio Rick out of Indianapolis for reception report Ricky how are you I'm doing well Gary Jeff and hopefully you're hanging in there I did I think of you when I saw you I have seen a lot of quote unquote jokes about this whole situation and a lot of them I don't finder too funny or appropriate but I thought one was cute or three guys drinking at a bar the bartenders on the phone and he puts the phone down his guys bills not to be here it's gonna be driven from home today whole whole whole whole whole well I liked it that was cute but he's so I'm picking up on a nineteen forty seven Bendix this is a console that is near and dear to my heart because it is first of all the very early AM FM radio console it also has a record player and it's the kind it's a little bit it's about three feet tall and shorter than most ten four on one side the radio on the other side the record player the top actually lift up for access which given body history growing up in the family and so forth I think was a brilliant idea for people that want to ensure nothing until crap is ever put on top of the piece of furniture right leave it no I've heard of the Bendix before and and and they didn't do a lot of mass production but I've heard the a brand name before yeah you did they didn't do a lot of mass production under their own name they did an amazing amount of protection under other names so everything from the Firestone to Spiegel catalog to a Ford and Chevy and and even Bendix was the actual manufacture of most of them yes indeed your post World War two there like you know maybe we should put our only melter for I don't know but yeah they they definitely they definitely did a lot a lot of sense and and their good sense they're easy to work on all things being considered and and and like I said this is this is just a really nice receiver in that would have been in the shop a bit too long but hopefully while I'm sequestered in required to work from home on my day job I can actually walk away from the keyboard long enough to continue where he was in the shop and so forth but I will be reaching out to everybody to find out what their comfort level is for me returning stuff I got you and and and that's just being prudent it's being responsible it's not it is not just baiting and fear mongering or anything else it's just the do what you can it is what it is for the for the government does it for you yes Sir so voluntary as is always better than mandatory ID in anything in any pursuit and I think it's the responsible thing to just do as they say and hopefully they don't have to impose even more draconian measures to try and not under the name of keeping us safe if that's what this really is spot like I said if we all do our part to limit exposure and stop the spread of maneuver or covered nineteen whatever this is then they will be less inclined to make us you know bend to their will all right brother it's it's good to talk to always old radio Rick at G. mail dot com is his address if you want to get in touch and I'll talk to you soon brothers grated great here from this morning here thank something that was said by the lady Lynette that I have told people multiple times just in the last week and try to remind myself that this is important for me as a Christian believer put it in god's hands government is not god I know they feel compelled to act like it because so many people have put their faith in government's instead of in a higher power and I don't consider a higher power that in Columbus Frankford or in Washington DC they have power but they're not a higher power than you were me if you're not a Christian believer then find something to put your faith in besides elected human beings were fallible who make mistakes just like you and me who do not necessarily know better for you and your family even though they tell you they do all the time and this is what we're going through is a perfect example of that but if you have faith as big as a grain of mustard seed the scripture says you can move mountains just a tiny little speck grain of faith can move mountains that's what the Bible says what do you believe the Bible or not I'm just telling you from my own personal belief system I'm gonna put this in god's hands and it's not that our elected leaders necessarily have any kind of nefarious bent in all this they may it's not because I'm a believer in thirty thousand conspiracy theories that are popping up like toast everywhere and the result of of this and talks of national lockdowns in the like they may have the best intention for all of us on the road to hell is paved with you know what good intentions but if you have faith in a higher power then whatever happens is intended to happen we're all going to die of something some day in this life and your four four oh one K. portfolio your bank account your allegiance to a political party is not going to save you from the inevitable so I'm just gonna put it for me I'm just gonna put it in god's hands see what happens and believe that the best is yet to come take a break for news will talk to the get.
Coder charged in massive CIA leak portrayed as vindictive
"And a former juror I I should say a former but I should see a current federal jury in Manhattan has heard closing arguments in the in the espionage trial of a former CIA software engineer charged in the largest leak of classified information in the agency's history prosecutors said Monday Josh was told he would do anything to betray the agency's attorney argued he was scapegoated for an embarrassing leak that leak exposed secret cyber weapons and tools the CIA uses in overseas espionage operations prosecutors say Solti wanted to punish the agency and also attempted to leak classified information from jail is a attorney says authorities overlooked other suspects jurors will begin deliberating the case today
"solti" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Good morning my friend my friend to do me a favor yeah young man it was just on to write a book Steve Solti yeah I you know what he wrote a book could be do you know well he he has retired now so he's got extra time I tell you what I buys books they say it's nice to be able to actual information is supposed to listen to people bloviating yes yeah and he's always got good factual information Jeff I agree with you wholeheartedly you doing well I'm not saying it in there a day to watch the horses but you know I'm saying in in Alabama blesses our brother take care thank you you too let's go to Steven and South Carolina on a location at Tommy's country ham house of course today in the palmetto state the day of the South Carolina open primary did you get out and vote for Bernie Sanders three times Stephen right sure that I well now you can you can be a Republican and vote for the Democrats can't you if you have a number of friends thank you looking up from second to where you it sounds wonderful so is anyone around there who is participating in the primary today absolutely not absolutely not I think they all went to the super Tuesday thank hello for the two super Tuesday states so I'm sitting by my by a group of there's people here nobody there's no voters voters joint feel so since you're not you're not trying to bother them or interview them for us you're just saying that you've got the feel of the on location in South Carolina for the primaries but actually no on location voters there with you at the time absolutely there are zero what is your waitresses name I'm not sure right now well my my my rule of thumb is I don't know the waitresses name I just call them baby or Darlin or honey and and that's really weird if it's a guy with a beard all that at all S. eight all right well I haven't really we see somebody here today yeah hold on the most important people here for sure R. one twenty the will county fairs hello Greenville county sheriff's deputies yeah they're both twenty looking at all right tell tell him you're on the radio in Cincinnati okay you do that thanks for the call better more better quality or discovery hello four seasons were brought out he called to give us an update from this from the primary state from the a local diner diner Tommy's country ham house and couldn't get any voters on the line people just look at him talking into his phone hi Dennis from Annapolis hello morning this the virus is perhaps the biggest argument for border security I agree it is a part part of the mission of the immigration acylation naturalization service to protect us from contagious diseases thank you mention if this had started in Central America or Mexico oh god I know the illegals coming across that the Democrats pushing for open borders hi I am I understand can you imagine that much worse than it is now yeah I mean right now the Pacific Ocean is basically protecting a **** largely protecting us largely largely yes partially here here's here's the issue Dr Denison as a doctor you know this so far this year there been estimated by the CDC our own centers for disease control eighteen thousand to forty six thousand flu deaths in this in this country alone they've been almost forty six thousand by their estimates flu deaths in this country I didn't see any panic on Wall Street when those numbers were announced did you know I'm not not not retract it went up three hundred ten thousand to five hundred and sixty thousand flu hospitalizations estimated by the CDC to this point in this just this year low in this country as many as half a million people have been hospitalized because of the flu but I didn't see any panic or any any run on on masks selective amnesia it's just the latest it's the latest news cycle trend and thank you for the phone call we'll talk to Tommy Davis the diaries just ahead on the Saturday morning edition on seven hundred WLW Scott's long here with my buddy Mr bingo the chance read today after the casino counting cards again Hey.
"solti" Discussed on Sierra Unfiltered
"Church or peaks. We don't see being such a baby. Imagine Charter it's your baby came out. As this chargers I would be boss. Nass big uh-huh so sorry you know every time I was like we send to this podcast. You're feeling a little well under the weather. I'm like having contractions and I was like we haven't filled in like a month. It's going to be more serious. Low Key podcast. When you say big dude this time thank God? Oh God so I feel like yeah I I agree with your hot. Take you half agree with my heartache. Will you agree on your headache. That baby Yoda Babu Frick. It's just like the Judge Roy Bean's thanks thanks party. Can I need a little I need to need you a Lotta the only way to need you on the soldier boy. That's two anyways. I do the only version of charge. Our banks that I'm like here for is helped me jar jar jar have have you heard the darth charger. Theory is the theory. That jar jar was actually supposed to be City assists apprentice. And if you you watch the there's a supercar brothers video about it then I'm going to link in the description that is actually. There's some good evidence for it. Oh my God but I cannot you Khalil into the of the topic at hand. Yeah so I mean the topic is all about working with your best friend was. It's like and this is actually kind of what it's like waving both of us so we both asked for questions on our instagram Like regarding this topic to see like what people have to what people are curious about and I think like the number one well there are two main questions but one of them was like what. What do you guys do when you're fighting or like how do you handle like being in fights or like? How do you handle a getting in fights at work or getting the insights in your personal life and then having to deal with each other in the other circumstance in your been leave fought twice in our entire friendship friendship and they were both about boys and both in high school like they're like not been anything in? Our adult lives no bickering. Unlike like I've I've never walked away from a day of work and been like let me call Kyle rant about Sierra right and I've never done the same even that I feel really gets pretty standard for Co worker right like that's not even a fight but like we don't even I don't. I don't do that here. All like Suffolk Pollini. No but like it's just. It was so interesting to me that so many questions were like. How do you navigate arguments? How do you navigate this? We we don't and I don't really fight with any of my friends or any of your like co-worker like yeah you got a feud that would make amy very uncomfortable and I think I don't know. Is that like for you guys who are watching. I know most of you guys are in your twenties and thirties. Do fight with your our friends. Like Yeah I. I don't think I've gotten in fights with any of my like friends or anything like that in my adult life. Yeah I've only been in one fight with a friend of my adult life and it was like we were arguing about something and then I was like. Hey I'm an adult and I don't don't want to argue with my friends so I don't think we should really be in each other's lives anymore and then I didn't talk to her at all after that. That was like a longtime coming and that was like a and that was like. Hey this is the first five had with someone I was like sixteen so I'm just going to say that this is a toxic friendship and we aren't being friends right but it's not like we had like weeks of like fighting and Gossiping Up to that. It was like one day where I was like. Hey this seems like a fight. I don't want to fight friends and so yeah we don't fight which I think is interesting when I think if when we say we don't fight I I think there's an assumption of like there must be like. Oh we're just not talking about things like their underlying hostility. But there's there's not we talk about if there's something that's going on. I think we both decided be doubts about it and be transparent and have a conversation and figure out the best way to move forward and we have yet to come across a situation where we're in a fight. Yeah no not at all I think. A big part of it too is that you you as Sierra Workforce Era Chelsea. And I think that the more successful at your channel is become the more it's been easier to separate you from the entire entire business and the entire brand and so I think in the beginning like I pulled the question that was like is it hard like receiving payment because is like I have a friend who works for me and like she never wants to get paid because it's like she wants to just donate her time but it was a lot harder when I was just hoping you all unlike the occasional look book as like an assistant and it was like you Sierra personally giving me money like here's like twenty twenty bucks or here's forty bucks or whatever it may be in. It felt like I was taking like your grocery money. You know I knew that like you were like living in your apartment. mm-hmm and also being a party princess in also teaching vocal lessons and also going to school. And like you were. I knew what your financial situation was. It seemed like you as my best friend were paying me like I do think that is a harder dynamic then like no matter. What even if you were in the same correct financial situation you are then versus now knowing that you are not paying your company is paying Sierra Solti? The business pays you for your time in the same way that pays me for my time and yes. I'm the owner of Syria short-sea of but I'm also an employee of Sierra Solti And so we are both getting paid through the business and also I think it helps that like it. Not only is it it not like my personal money anymore. It's like you sending your invoice to Stephen and our finance company them processing it and it's not like like you know me just handing you some cash. Thank you for helping me film something well and also a thing that even as like my position grows which after for this all kind of get into what my position is. We've talked about it a little bit by it's important context but I feel like recently in the last like six months or so. My position has been kind of shifting on the channel of like even during this podcast together like one more negotiating. Things like this is going to see Hersholt. See the company Buzney. This is going to Sierra. This is going to Schuyler and so I feel like having that separation is so nice of not like okay. Well series zero is the one who's paying for the editors and paying for this that and the other it's like no that's the business this Assira as a person this Schuyler. There's a person right and I think it also makes it easier to like I duNNo. Keep our friendship and our business relationship separate but also help them work work together because the reason that we make such good business partners is because we're best friends and I think us being business partners also elevates our friendship and so those things have after work together but we also have to make sure it doesn't get messy. Yeah no absolutely and I also think that like having the team expand has helped so much of. It's not just you and I doing everything anymore. Like Stephen is now pretty involved in stuff. And like your management's involved and Carly and Jessica editors in every one it feels much more like working for a production company then like I'm working for Sierra and everything has to go through Sierra when I think the other thing that's interesting is neither of a like we'd you don't work for me you work for and I also work for Solti and that might sound just like like semantics but it really does make a difference because so for example like paying for everything for the podcast like that was a substantial amount of money to launch. We had to pay for the Promo shoot the photographer. The videography hers the editing the Channel Art and everything. Carly's time editing. The podcast the setup the equipment paying the time to negotiate brand deals Dell's trying to get more brand deals right it. It was a lot to launch. And so that isn't just like Schuyler together being in like let's you know you give you chip thousand dollars in all chip in two thousand dollars. It's like the business is starting something that we are hosts of. Yeah and so I think it makes it easier to kind of differentiate things totally. Well he think a big thing for me to is gone a lot of questions that just kept making me. It's like sink back to the idea of. I have only ever worked wine like non theatrical or not entertainment job in my life and and that was like working at starbucks and every other job I've ever worked like starting when I was thirteen to now has been for someone that I've been friends friends with like I have worked for like I. I've worked for companies like I've worked for like the California Center for the arts or San Diego Repertory theatre or whatever but my my supervisors were people. That were my friends. And so even like we hired Jessica onto our team and Jessica has been my assistant for years right like I would get contracted to design a show and then I would reach up to Jessica and be like hey. Here's my associate budget. Are you interested in then. I'm her supervisor. More like one of my best friends. Zach he for a while. I was working as his assistant and then he started his own company. And so then I was working for his company and a lot of times. You'll be my supervisor but I felt like that changed our dynamic a lot in the same way that are dynamic changed changed when he became seriously INC yeses Ciera Chelsea right and so it's a really nice feeling to know that. Yes you are working for your your friend like. That's all I've ever done but to know that it's not like coming out of their pocket and it's not it's not all on them. You know one for me too. It makes me feel more comfortable knowing that. Like the business like I. I don't have to worry that like Ono. What if something happens and one month like I don't get enough brand deals are don't get enough this like what if I can't pay Schuyler that has never been an issue because is Sierra? SOLTI INK is separate from usually the person. Yeah which is nice Literally think that Kenzi and Stephen are probably the only two people people who are like in any sort of friendship circle of mine who I haven't worked with in some capacity which now you kind of do 'cause they both work on. It's not like I don't work with Kenzi at all. Even though she works on the channel. I do work with Stephen but yup but yeah okay. Should we get into into some questions yet. Oh let me let me explain my job low. Yes so we actually brought down in redefine. What my title allies? 'cause they feel like every like six months or so we sit down and are like okay so what is my title Yes for a long time. It was like production assistant into that changed. And so now I've been a producer for awhile which I still feel like is pretty accurate What I say I do when people ask is that I helped produce a lot of Sierra's more big picture content so any big projects that we have? I'm pretty like in the trenches with the of like the live show did I was. I ended up being kind of the production manager for that slash. Just like coordinating everything or when we're looking at stuff with like her merchandise line like I'm very involved with that we're talking about like things coming down the pipeline line of like. Would you ever want to do a book. Would you ever want to like host something I feel like I tend to be involved in those projects and and then even just videos. That are more big picture of like confidence makeover recreating celebrity photo of anything that takes like a production schedule. I I feel like I'm usually pretty involved. That's a good way to put it you because I think up until like six months ago you were producing every video you were here setting up the camera you know helping me like telling me what the price of things were in helping me with. Isn't setting up the shot. And now that's kind of been passed on to Carleen Jessica Sokaia. Yeah and they're doing more of that everyday stuff and you're focusing on the bigger picture stuff. I think anything that needs a production schedule. That's here on which I've actually never thought about it that way but but I feel like that's probably the most accurate thing and then also right now with me transitioning into maternity leave. I feel like anything. That's remote that kind of falls in that category. I'm taking on because obviously if I'm at home like it's easy for me to do ordering for a video well or it's easy for me to like help scout instagram shoot locations. Like that's still in my wheelhouse. It's something I've done for years and I don't need to delegate that because that's not like in in office thing yet But yeah you have anything else that you had to my job description No I think that's I think your like like what you really thrive at is big picture stuff and his like kind of overseeing all aspects of Sierra Solti the business I appreciate I thought I think that I think that for me I pride myself on having a really good understanding of you and your brand in so I think which you WanNa thank you but I think that I'm I liked being able to like we just got off a call. We're talking about like what we want to accomplish. Russian twenty twenty. I feel like I'm able to look at these big picture ideas and then think like how would sear execute that you know like if if you were to do a book like what would a book look like right would look like a traditional youtuber book. Would it looked like a comedy book or a self help. nope book or whatever I feel like I get you and so I'm able to kind of help you in your brainstorming right.
"solti" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Beatles it's getting better all the time Steve Solti joins us it's campfire middle engineer Steve Solti now retired but he hasn't retired his brain so that's a good thing your guide all right so what we got this morning Steve well you know her this past week fortunately we were but we got more propaganda baseline here first of all I am miss coed has been named by time magazine as a person of the year Greta sunburn yes the all the sixteen year old made to look like she's twelve although no one asked her how she got to Spain without burning fossil fuels but she yeah right so we'll talk about a few things and this this information is courtesy box from organization I support the fact that's the capital letter C. eight sixty four all right there by this information so are you go to we can spend hours going only got a couple minutes so one of the things that we talked about this before why do carbon dioxide ringing our for our planet things were getting better by the two thousand eighteen study L. slug precluded that from a quarter to a half of the crusades Peter lance have shown significant greening over the last thirty five years because of increased carbon dioxide the study was done by thirty two authors over in forty four institutions and using satellite data from NASA and the national oceanic and atmospheric administration so carbon dioxide is the real green new deal that's right greening Rick represents an increase of families of plants and trees the cool ones two times that of the continental US while wow go and the one of things we talked about years zero two but the reality is you know first is estimated to be four point five billion years old and we always.
"solti" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"The best legal expert in or Texas who was on court TV for an hour tonight from seven to eight now on the crisscrossed program tonight for police officer no Texas former prosecutor now defense attorney peach Solti and really appreciate you coming on during this trial every night at eight thirty very much it means a lot to me and I thank you for that Sir those will work so I got so much more was the defense not objecting enough to make today because I thought they weren't but maybe there's a reason. elementary there's there's two schools of thought one is if you get too much that it makes your quiet look bad because you're trying they think you're trying to keep the bad stuff out your alerting the jury we think it's hurting your case okay no I I think the objective enough I think they did it at the appropriate times. whether they were gonna try to get into the race stuff you know they posted your a your course the judge and the judge said we're not going to get a move on so clearly the judge overruled it but did you have on the jury I wish you what else yeah because that's you know if you're gonna do that you get the consequences as well you know state of Texas so I don't like that in you know what I would like I don't like numbers like that could be displayed at it like amber Geiger's explanation I mean I think she should have said I walked over there I looked over and you know I thought he was dead right yeah but what what I don't know I just you know what to do prime here the other thing is I think she was very uncomfortable with the testimony about your wife she fired right she kept saying I was in fear right the woman a threat I think I personally state based on the evidence or hurt you know even a year ago that I think she tell him in my own apartment here's an intruder I know the castle doctrine law I could fire I can do whatever but I think you know the defense team is a very talented appellate lawyer Michael Moore. on the other team might I refer all my told him that smart and I will use it he said and I agree with him that I don't know the castle doctrine actually applies because it actually wasn't for apartment so the only thing you have left is a regular self defense so my back first thing and I legitimately thought I was in my place and it's reasonable to think that the second thing is as you said self defense because he's five he six three six one nine five three. right and I think that's it is one of the things of the state hit on the days that you never said a man I'm a one table was a parade never said it that that night right you never said that he was a threat your nose singer says I honestly believe she felt like she was legally correct because of the castle doctrine you know what it is Chris you talk about us the reason your house your it's a presumption often drop out yeah. probably drop only in Europe what right at the end of the day you know we it is a presumption that the state has to overcome the allergies without which makes it virtually impossible to never Geyer Vince you today I'll just leave it at that not even sick committee of what did you convince you today. now. but I should have to convince me of anything because the facts are what you're judging only required praise and you can dance main that she walked in the apartment it was an absolute tragic mistake right okay so. that's what matters right. the aftermath yeah I mean the other car use again and again as we talk about all week none of that's relevant to the issue yeah like what yeah like when she when when the David harness the DA said your V. S. is India you're very concerned about how you feel a squad car paramedics bringing Jon's body out by the structure you were looking down on your phone with your texting while and you've purposely avoided she's yes because I did wanna see his body so she looks horrible like you said to the trying to vilify her thoughts on that. yeah I mean I think we his his whole goal with that was the poor the heartstrings of the jury. and I don't think I would have been a I don't hide I think the defense made a good call by not objecting to that were relevant because I think you're just based on how Dutch campus kind of progress this week you were over ruled it into what I made what are you emitted a bigger impact but we talk about or right well you really don't want the sense I better pay attention. so I mean it is what it is and I hate that term but it is what it is about these attorney P. salty follow him on Twitter at a T. T. Y. P. child salty that's at attorney peach ulti AT T. Y. P. Celtic the crime in that complex in that area of the homeless people coming in harassing and swimming in the pool three different neighbors testified they one of the wrong place including one guy who went in and went all the way back and didn't stop until he saw a woman who didn't know she freaked out I mean this is a a joke this place how did that affect things I thought it was fantastic the show totally reasonable that what whatever Geiger did about the wrong apartment well I agree at it but I said you know what let's talk about what the other side say right okay say what was so obvious that this was a problem with it you should retain even more to her state was a reasonable means ridiculous yeah because it's a it's the apartment complexes fault not hers right that right right you're right we talked about that earlier this week if the date I don't think taking steps to try to correct the problem but you know the ones that they're building our opinion tire wars one color and they're alternating colors red yellow blue you know whatever to make sure this doesn't happen. and you know Pete the people to testify the three of people live there before they were ready to unload on this place they had had it from living a you could tell just legitimately right. really did and I didn't like the fact that your can't shut a lot of them down. you know this is it your case judge misses the defense's case your state rate always witnesses up don't lot less the difference do how can. how close is judge can come in to to to making it too much where she's gonna maybe prejudice the case I I you know I don't know I I think she won a little for today with some of the stuff that she she rolled out especially if it means to me what he does with Armstrong ejected ranger tomorrow you know he really can't talk about whether or not she thought that the contact with reasonable that listen I think this well I think you're I think it is I think that's exactly in his purview as a Texas right now is a little bit later right but it you know but again I understand what you try to protect the jury on the ultimate question but here's the deal expert witnesses cannot be excluded from commenting on the ultimate question which is the guilt and innocence of the defendant okay that's what I try this money all the time for to qualify you get him as an experts we get into that but you know just trying to you know to to do whatever she can to limit that testimony night I used to try to help what is one of our you again is defense attorney gonna have a Texas ranger the lead investigator is going to get up there and told that they don't think my client is a criminal and didn't have to yeah yeah never never whenever when the prosecutor was asking everyone of the three neighbors when the wrong place in this comment did you shoot them when you when the wrong would you choose and they sue.
Closed GM Plant Is Part Of Larger Negotiating Strategy For Striking UAW
"Negotiations between General Motors and striking autoworkers revolve in part around a plant that has shut down six months ago the last Chevy Cruz rolled off the assembly line at Lordstown Town Ohio Emel sheltie reports on what workers are doing now when the UAW last struck General Motors in two thousand seven the thousands of members in Lordstown were ready. They packed the two local union hall signing up for six hour shifts at the nine gates of the sprawling plant in northeast Ohio. Things are very different now. After only a handful of retirees and other volunteers are holding up picket signs celebrating the honks of support from the occasional truck passing by the West Gate here behind behind them are hundreds of acres of empty asphalt surrounding a plant that once employed more than ten thousand people and now employs only ten the picketers sum up why in just just a few words Brotherhood brothers and sisters supporting make it or Ed Rendell says it's a matter of just showing up to represent this place. Somebody's he's gotTa be here. I mean you know if there's no one here which is a signal that we're given up on this player. Rachelle Carlisle isn't giving up. She and her husband are among the thousand. GM employees who transferred to other plants. She's coming back from Michigan. This weekend joined the Lordstown picket line others are on their way to from Missouri Tennessee Kentucky Kentucky. We all keep in contact with each other or all spread out all over the country but also there for each other nearly all the local union leaders were among those who transferred away from here that left it to retirees like Bill Adams to step up. Hey No we don't have a statement. They were using the wreckage. Staples Atom says what the group lots numbers. It makes up in passion. I A lot of anger what happened. The can't understand why a plant that's produce just over sixteen million cars and fifty three years is all of a sudden useless to General Motors. They don't understand that. GM says what happened was pretty simple. American stop buying hang small cars it reacted by cutting shifts and then finally closing the plant in March. Bill Adams doesn't by the company's argument. GM made more than ten billion in dollars in North America last year and the local union has long argued that it could have shifted production of another vehicle here but GM says it has way too much capacity even for better selling trucks. SUV's Adams raises an eyebrow when asked about proposals GM floated just hours before the strike deadline. It was to build electric electric vehicle batteries near here. GM also is negotiating with an electric trucks start up to buy the Lordstown plant but even if both things happen the likely to hundreds of jobs not thousands the former Lordstown workers understand their plant is just one part of a much larger negotiating strategy. When Eric Loomis wrote his book a history of America intense strikes he devoted a chapter to the nineteen seventy-two Lordstown strike back then younger workers wanted more control over working conditions and the fierce clashes between Labor and management extended well beyond the three week strike in the industry that confrontational culture became known as the Lordstown Syndrome and Lordstown is now idled that action played a role in this strike. I think we're seeing a return to the strike as a weapon in in part because a lot of the other options that workers have tried to make life better for themselves shown to say they're not working and workers are getting more determined in a little more desperate when GM am closed the plant it said it recognised and regretted what it was doing to workers but it had to think about the long term viability of the company U. A. W. Members here are also also thinking about viability and they're determined to try to keep their plant an active part of not only the negotiations but of the nation's labor consciousness for N._p._R. News I'm L. Solti.
"solti" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"New to source here's a dog lover Linda we have two dogs on your source we have Perl our black lab and rowdy are Solti and leafy neuter source because of pearls sensitive Tommy we tried five other high quality brands of dog food and her tummy just would not tolerate it and then we use it for a rowdy because of his joints as a pop and then also for allergy tendencies for self these may do really well thanks Linda go to neuter source pet foods dot com to learn more for watchin we both love billions on Showtime it's been one sure we've watched together in real time that's what my dogs watching everything streaming everything entertainment my top of one of seven one they what a great soundtrack yeah a million reasons with great the greatest showmen remastered re mixed with a lot of pop stars in Jeez like this in the morning at seven twenty one your Monday morning July eighth what a great weekend and now we're back to reality I think he's on into our Monday yeah productive tomorrow okay a reputation of Tuesday anyway exactly so just if you're getting ready for work just phone it in you know when you get there just pretend to work you know I'm here he should be grateful okay think of it this way some people take their vacations during this time yeah a lot of times there is a lot of people in the building you can leave early whatever that is so true to me right now is pretty championships you know just easy breezy day today we'll get through it together and we're doing that.
"solti" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Steve Solti enforcing environmental stuff now what are you prepared to smoking Stephen well then the honor of the our upcoming hurricane season okay yeah we just got done I thought I thought error you'd started that yeah yeah how many innocents whatever under the title new lyrics to an old tune this is going back in the seventies and eighties I've been before you know you were where these thing scary job but I do remember the some of the stuff in nineteen eighty one the Chicago Tribune articles this climatologists now blame recent reoccurring droughts and floods on a global cooling trend that could trigger massive tragedies for mankind Noah national admin actual ocean atmospheric folks nineteen seventy four said many climatologists associate just round other recent weather anomalies to a global cooling trend and then even nineteen certified Newsweek said the cooling world explained extreme weather caused by colder temperatures yes we've been there nay done it so we're supposed to be in the middle of an ice age by two without the back and you know what's the hurricane season and obviously will be of folks out there news people are pushing an agenda just not that one and they'll get in from the national oceanic and atmospheric administration two thousand seventeen quote it is premature to conclude that human activities and particularly greenhouse gas missile mission to cause global warming and maybe not but anyway have already had a detectable impact on the Atlantic hurricane or global tropical cyclone activity so basically they're saying no and believe it or not we went from two thousand and five to two thousand and seventeen with no category three or larger hurricane hitting landfall United States they say this must might be the longest hiatus since nineteen hundred possible vessel twelve year period twelve year period and yet hurricane Harvey in August of two thousand seventeen broke a twenty five year streak of no category four or five hurricanes making landfall right in I can go on and on and on bottom line the current actual data on hurricane activity not only in the northern hemisphere but in the southern hemisphere shows that if anything we are being unusually quiet so it's not ramping up Lima change no what Maisie looks ramping up but I I take this of the twenty four hour news channels kind of stuff is that you know because we hear about all these tropical storms you know coming off the North Africa they all start over in North ever come come out in the north Atlantic and course now we have satellites you know real time satellites been watching this but do you realize we know we haven't had real satellite weather satellites for a look well forty years ago we didn't know no satellites we did have up there for weather just took pictures in a while we didn't collect any other data I don't want so but now we've got you know color and we got doppler and sure you know we can we can take a look we can track a little a disturbance coming off in North Africa for weeks it'll be in the news you know the weather news at it while we're watching this you know until they give it a name then are you know while we're watching it and here's the possible tracks I mean years ago I'll meet a hundred years ago was a little bit more in a hundred years ago the great Galveston hurricane yep that morning but you know if you're ready if you read there are some specials out there it's just fascinating that morning with a set of beautiful morning sun zapped go to the beach yeah I is by noon I've seen historical.
"solti" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption
"Analytics, then and the fifth final step is you use the analytics to improve decision making in the company. So it's a five step business approach from the data side. It's also a five step approach starting with the data starting with the raw data taking that into information than to insight to action and results. And it's combining it from both business and data protest become truly data driven. And a lot of companies start with just the data protest. They have lots of data they start analyzing it and modeling it. But the thing is, there's not the direction from the business perspective and that's critically important. The whole purpose of data analytics and all the modeling and the algorithms is to help companies perform. Warm, better and improve business results. And that's going to make business lead to very happy. So Beasley this movement as you said from data's information sites action than to results is exactly what a business leader needs to see happen. So we know it's crucial so shift us from the, the how do things to the, the what it is. We need to be looking full from a CFO business lead perspective. What type of data does that CFO's business need to be focusing, what areas of that business, would it help them to understand then to drive so all businesses have five major areas? There's finance sales the customer operations and the people and using those five as the framework for the data analytics, initiatives and to move. Boards. Data driven company is an effective way to to approach it. And what the company wants to do is to start with their strategy and their business questions and their business requirements. And what are they trying to understand in the business that execute on their strategy and achieve their goals and objectives? And then what does that mean in these five areas and to design out the data analytics based on these five areas and the data that will be required is going to be based on what are you trying to achieve what are, what are your business questions? So starting once again, from the business side is the best way to drive any data analytics initiative in a company and that ties back very closely with all of the finance and accounting, folks, because once again they're, they're responsible for, for the overall numbers. And they have a great understanding of what's happening in the company. Any a right? And we'll be continuing conversation. Solti was rich folks as he shows us some practical steps to turn these data driven disruptions into data insightful opportunities. We'll be looking at some examples of just y data analytics is crucial to growing business. And if this is something your own business is about to double down, we'll share some practical, I to get you started..
"solti" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Centers dot com hotline we go live to Ripley Ohio, in the banks of the mighty Ohio river Brown county, how now Brown county. Just Napper saloon, the fellowship roundtable on a Saturday morning for breakfast at Jerry's. Good morning. Very nice guys all sound Chipper an energetic enthusiastic. So Jones must not be there. Oh my goodness. So I gotta ask, since we we're finding out more and more in the city of Cincinnati that a former mayor now unelected person. Is controlling the puppet strings of city council behind the scenes guy named Dwight Tillery, who pulls the puppet strings, secretly behind the scenes in Ripley? Never. Started if you if you told me they'd have to kill you. So. Yet. There you go. It doesn't get much worse than being killed not much, much worse than being killed. I understand that the green hornet is back this week. Here after spending last weekend with three men. At my job. So I knew I know with three people. It's a Menasheh twat. What do you call it with four? Overlap? For the folks who don't know, Sherry, actually, you work, you work at a sister living place or something like that. Or. Challenge. Oh. Up and down low nightlong. Up and down. Okay. We're back to that. Stand that there was a monumentous occasion in the garden. It's napper's. Please reveal to us what it was. Hell, hell, hell, the world is sacred. The yesterday. I have made snappers garden cared for sound marginally by. And on. And on the today breakfast, too awful or June fifteenth, awful early to have a ripe tomato. That's amazing. And he says he says he says he has no secrets. And yet he has a secret. I wish she would share with me because I don't even eat fruit on my plants yet. Well, that's something they kept idea, believe guarded secret. All right. Besides besides the fresh tomato. What's that? Like the zoo. Thank you. All right. For breakfast you besides the tomato. What's for breakfast? Contest semi circle state. Biscuits and gravy, pride haters and recipe. Groundhog. Do you think about that? Sounds absolutely succulent listened, Lisa gang. Take care. We'll talk to you soon. Okay. All right. Later have a wonderful wait. Steve Solti, joins us and Chris is on the line as well. We'll talk to them after this ensuing break on seven hundred wwl w seven.
"solti" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Adam Solti best martial arts movie. Best recent one, I didn't see I didn't see that other. Netflix one that I heard was great with the long title. But I thought the raid was awesome. Martial arts. You know? I that's John rocker I've seen maybe ten movies. I've seen like the Jackie Chan's. I've seen enter the dragon which I love and that's about it. But the raid was really really cool. And I'm just I like crouching tiger to some extent. You know? But I'm not. I'm no expert mines will always be enter the dragon. Yeah. Flashiest, but it's just awesome. And it's it's the format. It's sort of the prototype for like all the great fighting video games. I love like enter the mortal combat and all that stuff is clearly based on enter the dragon, right? So that's mine. Mike jer beano asks favourite Pierce Brosnan movie, two boys. You know, I love kind of like random questions like that Pierce Brosnan's best movie, I'm gonna and I also get to recommend one that not enough. People have seen is called the matador with Brosnan and Greg Canir agree with that written and directed by Richard shepherd. Brosnan is very very funny in that that movie blew me away the theater, I think because petitions were so low and another great underrated Brosnan is the tailor of Panama. It's like a more real life, JAMES BOND. 'cause I thought he would have been a great bond. He was he was saddled with the worst scripts and the entire fucking franchise. He had terrible James Bond's. But it's it's everybody anymore. It's the same thing with Dalton and the dog was replaced with with bronze bras, and you say, right? And then Daniel Craig like that first one was great. And then every other one everybody's like these are terrible. Yeah. It's a that's a franchise that just never really I've never left like. Yes. Awesome. You know, I bought the box that I haven't seen three fourths of the bonds. Probably. But those two Taylor Panama, and especially the matador are excellent movies Brosnan is great. I mean looks incredible. There's a man on kiss on the mouth. Did oh what's your favorite Pierce bras? Mrs doubtfire. Run by fruiting. I agree with a God. I hate that fucking movie. I like to so much. Run by fruity. Now, all that when rob Williams doing all that stuff. It's a little hard to watch. Now agree with the matador. I like, the matador awesome picture. And if you wanna hear some of the worst singing in film, history checkout Pierce Brosnan in Mumia or book where he doesn't. He should not have. Let's be real. Rerun excuse me Biran asks you're both up to perform the importance of being earnest on stage, which one is algae. And which one is lady Bracknell. Okay. You have overestimated are deligence. I don't appreciate it. I'm going to in the importance of being earnest play Ernest p Worrell, and I will have Joe play Vern. I would like to play her in his borgnine. That's fine. That's fine. All right. I've never seen the importance of being an either. I'm no, I'm no dummy. I know some stuff I don't know like to play algae. I guess the interest that I could make a lot of fun guess jokes. Sure. I'm a fun guy. Yeah. That's one right there. Kevin more cynic asks to both of you. What are your favorite pre nineteen sixties horror movies? Also my birthday is next week and was hoping one or both of you could fly cross country and helped me blow out the candles. My big birthday bash at the skating rink. I'm twenty-five attendants looking a little light. So it probably just the three of us. Keep me posted. I will not be there. Joe will not be there. But happy birthday to you. Kevin. Yes, you're twenty five please. Just enjoy your life. Please those fleas that it takes a turn some point. Enjoy alive. It's like you got to cherish them like as Billy Madison famous to who. Who's those years? Eight come back my favorite pre nineteen sixties horror movies. The haunting is incredible..
"solti" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Joe Birch is having the most just beautiful head of hair for men in news and talk in the city of Memphis. But did Joe Biden never sniff. It ben. Hey, Ben, Ferguson question lead. I can confirm I confirm that Joe Biden. And I have never been that close. We just don't have that kind of relationships. That's good. Makes me feel better. Although he does have a thing for men with beards. So, you know, for maybe you could get an exclusive. Shave again, just either that or you could get excited about Stacey Abrams. He's now thinking she's running for president. This field is over twenty is what it's looking like right now the Democratic Party, which is amazing because remember Solti CEO former CEO of Starbucks is technically going to be a quote, independent. So this could be basically well over twenty Democrats fighting with one another I absolutely love, and it'll be who can out crazy the other, you know, that well, and there's also word that there is a a very angry Joe Biden because he believes that all of this. You know, I hug people in snip people's hair too much came from Bernie's people. And apparently reports are coming out that he's mad at Bernie Sanders Bernie was trying to shut it down. You know, trying to shut him down make sure that there was no chance that he would run because Bernie sees that as the biggest threat to his campaign. Understandably, so. So you're watching the Democratic Party cannibalize one of their own why I wonder if with twenty candidates and much like the Republican field that had the the full blown varsity. And then the junior varsity debate how would they determine who makes the cut in the main debate? Would it be polling data or would it be amount of money raised in who makes that so early on? It was the amount of money right to make the first debate stages. They called it the the the first bait stage. So it it is you know, that was that was basically the first thing is it was all right. Well, if you've got X number of dollars, and that's why we've seen some no name candidates who've actually done, you know, have have qualified. They save for that first big debate. I don't know how you have a debate with twenty plus people. I just don't it doesn't make any sense to me as say what you do is do they used do a Monday night wrestling. They just put a belt at the top of a pole. And it'd be a free for all and whoever can grab it that. That's how they get it. That would be more entertaining than trying to watch these folks debate. Because then we're hearing the first debate is what in June. Yes. Yeah. Oh, boy, we're going to get worn out on this. Well, there's always one really nice thing that you're that that needs to be talked about I second and that is in June. You're going to have twenty people yelling at one another all trying to out crazy the other or become more stable than the other. Which is just I think absolutely epic. It is going to be truly amazing to watch the Democratic Party. And this is going to be a civil war because the Democratic Party has two different ideas right now one is democratic socialism. We give you everything for free, including a paycheck for the rest of your life. And the other is no I'm not going to be crazy. I'll be a little bit more rational. So everybody calm down a little bit. It's one of the two. I think that we are basically about eight weeks away from all of that really kicking off. I mean, I know technically twenty twenty cycle is kicked off. But really in earnest when we start to see the tangible consequences of that by seeing this on television. Why it really then kicks into a into a lot of high gear? What what else are you going to be talking about today on the Ben Ferguson show at four o'clock? Yeah. I mean, we'll talk obviously about Joe Biden. And that's going to be something. I think is really important. We're also going to be talking about what has happened, and you guys may have seen this since the Mola report has disappeared from at least being over Democrats are refusing to back down. They've now come out and gone after Donald Trump, they're going after his family, again, they're going after his associates again, they're also mandating that his tax returns come out at this point. Does anybody really care about that? Also, the president's going to be going. The border tomorrow we found out early this morning and see the actual crisis. Is he going to shut down the border? That's something else. Certainly it's going to be there. And then lastly, Georgia Democrat Abrahams. She yesterday claimed she won her election. She lost by five thousand votes. She says it would disenfranchisement which is why she says she is not conceded that election can you run for president. If you're still running for governor at the same time, if you refuse to concede that election. That's another topic. We'll be chatting about as well. And then locally been. I don't I don't know if you if you guys have touched on this as well. I m L G W says there may be some alternative ways to save people money other than its current agreement with the TV a very curious to hear more about this. And wondering how long you know? I I know that there's a new leader there. How long could this have been possible where the where folks could have been saving money rather than alternate going to an alternative source rather than being beholden to TV? I know that amongst a ton of local issues, and and I don't I thankfully, they haven't set fire to those tires yet. The big the the big tire dump that they did last year with the tire reclamation program. They still haven't figured out, of course, a way to get rid of all that stuff, but we collected it and put it in one place. So that we're all good, right? You know, I guess, you know, I can you. If you need a tire, can you go is it like leave a penny. Take a penny at the convenience store. If you need a tire, you take one. If you. If you if you have an extra one, you leave one I I don't know what's going to become of that. But yeah, it's all in one place now in its there's mount Mariah. And then there's mount mount Goodyear or mount Michelin. I guess there's one part of this that that it would be kind of nice just figure out how to make it into like a climbing theme park. Oh, gosh. Yes. As low environmental issues there. Just go for it. Right. This could be opened the public. We and you shouldn't have to pay because it's all of our damn tires anyway. Yes. A- as long as there was some sort of way, you could guarantee kids wouldn't slide through the tires and then get lost. And couldn't find their way out or maybe there'd be like a shoot at the bottom, and they could find their way down slide or something if they happen to fall through either that or go, go bigger, go home. That's right. That's right, go Big Ben Ferguson this afternoon at four o'clock. Ben, thanks for joining us. And we'll listen to you here. Just a few hours. Thanks for your time. But thanks guys. Have a great morning fifty to take a look at the roads with Heather York. Morning right now, we have a wreck.
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"Causing risks to patient, safety and even deaths. What did you find? There have been thousands of. The incidents that have been reported of near misses of injuries and some deaths that have have happened because of software glitches or other problems. Sometimes it's very difficult to figure out exactly what went wrong, sometimes it's a user error where the company will say, well, the doctor didn't type it in right or a pulled down the menu. And he took the wrong item. Other times attest will be ordered by the doctor, and it just disappears. And and it never gets sent to the lab. And so that could be waiting around for a test. And not realize the result is coming and that could result in an injury. Can you tell me one story one anecdote that would eliminate how digital records have complicated things? We wrote about a number of patients, but one in particular had really really bad severe headaches. And so she was living in Vermont. And she went to the doctor and the doctor ordered the test that would try to get to the root of that. Well, that was the case in which it disappeared at never was done. And she died later of a brain aneurysm. They're also cost implications to this and concerns that the software can be misused. You you describe a practice known as up coding explain. Yes. Coating is is basically charging for services that you didn't fully render one of the things that doctors both can in some cases, take advantage of and also complain about is that the electric health record tends to copy and paste over and over again. And so it gets very voluminous spoke at one of the things that can also do is they can copy material from an earlier visit forward into the current visit and make it look as if the doctor had in fact on a lot of services that were not done. That's a problem. We've been talking a lot about how all this looks from the patient's perspective. What about from the doctor's perspective? There is a number that leaped out at me from your report of of doctors who were describing four thousand mouse, clicks per shift just trying to get through all the electric document. Right. They're being asked to do. Right. That was one study of average shift for an emergency room. Doctor. And of course, it'd be medical treatment themselves carpal tunnel syndrome. Yeah. Could also if you click four thousand times of me, the the idea that you might make up a sake once you know, is not too hard to believe. So as one takeaway here that we as patients and consumers have healthcare just need to be a lot more vigilant about policing our records. Absolutely. I think one poll recently found that when people actually asked for and got copies of their healthcare. Records went out of five people found some sort of error in there that in some cases could be a serious problem. So you absolutely need to check this out. So what is the alternative go back to paper? I mean, I don't think anybody suggests going back to paper the probable solution is that everybody working together the best interests of the patients in order to to make the health system better. But the question is what's the incentive? What's what would be driving? Well, there isn't a lot of incentive to work together. Because big tech companies want to sell software, and they compete with one another, and you know, they don't wanna share a lot of information. You have to drag him sort of kicking. Screaming to do it in this. And I think that's what's going to be happening. Fred Solti of Kaiser health news. Thanks so much for coming in by pleasure..
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"The most Grammy who is one the most Grammys of all time. Would you think it might be beyond say, would you think it might be the Beatles? Elvis Presley, you know, some of the biggest names some of the most commercially successful names in music. No, not at all. You know, the Beatles. Only won six Grammy awards Elvis has even fewer than that. The the person who has had the most Grammy awards passed away. Now is sir. George Solti of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra thirty one Grammy awards the most wins in the classical field, but more total Grammy awards than any other performer, Sir, George Solti with the as I like to call them, the cats and the CFO. After that twenty seven Grammy awards for Quincy Jones. For all of the music that he's arranged produced in more than ten different genres of music through the years that was not too much of a surprise. But Alison Krauss has twenty seven Grammy awards. Also whole also holding the distinction of the female artist with the most Grammy awards of all time. Vladimir horowitz. The the late pianist composer twenty five oh Pierre Boulaid Pierre Boulay twenty six Grammy awards lots of classical ones. Stevie Wonder has twenty five John Williams, not the host here on WGN. But the. Composer of classic soundtracks. Great movie soundtracks, some of the greatest movies of all time twenty four Grammys for him. And then beyond say comes in with twenty two. Jazzman chick Korea with twenty two you U2. has twenty two Vince Gill with twenty one Jay z has Twenty-one Kanye west has twenty one. I would not have guessed Kanye west of that many Grammy awards because it makes sense in a rap categories. Henry Mancini has twenty. Those are your top Grammy award winners for tonight. The person who is most nominated for tonight is Kendrick Lamar got eight nominations, and we'll see how all that shakes out. We'll see what's going on with news and coming up in our next hour. My dean's list A-List interview for today. Very funny conversation with the great Craig Ferguson. Former talk show host stand up comedian also one of the voices in the.
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"Who is one the most Grammys of all time. Would you think it might be beyond say, would you think it might be the Beatles? Elvis Presley, you know, some of the biggest names some of the most commercially successful names in music. No, not at all. You know, the Beatles. Only won six Grammy awards Elvis has even fewer than that. The the person who has had the most Grammy awards passed away. Now is sir. George Solti of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra thirty one Grammy awards the most wins in the classical field, but more total Grammy awards than any other performer, Sir, George Solti with the as I like to call them, the cats and the CFO. After that twenty seven Grammy awards for Quincy Jones. For all of the music that he's arranged produced in more than ten different genres of music through the years that was not too much of a surprise. But Alison Krauss has twenty seven Grammy awards. Also whole also holding the distinction of the female artist with the most Grammy awards of all time. Vladimir horowitz. The the late pianist composer twenty five oh Pierre Boulaid Pierre Boulay twenty six Grammy awards lots of classical ones. Stevie Wonder has twenty five John Williams, not the host here on WGN. But the. Composer of classic soundtracks. Great movie soundtracks, some of the greatest movies of all time twenty four Grammys for him. And then beyond say comes in with twenty two. Jazzman chick Korea with twenty two you U2. has twenty two Vince Gill with twenty one Jay z has Twenty-one Kanye west has twenty one. I would not have guessed Kanye west of that many Grammy awards because it makes sense in a rap categories. Henry Mancini has twenty. Those are your top Grammy award winners for tonight. The person who is most nominated for tonight is Kendrick Lamar got eight nominations, and we'll see how all
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"Sports flash back and morning again the washington capitals finally made the conference finals and now they're halfway through the quarter stuttered by jews time expires does it john walton on caps radio chew goals in the funnel sixty two seconds of the second period to break a to science hamp obey the caps at six to win freight shoe will lead on the lightning washington now seven and one on the road this season game three in their place tomorrow night the jets and golden knights play game two in winnipeg this evening the jets took their opener the warriors in iraq it's finally returned to the court this evening game want western conference finals in houston shortly after nine eastern hopefully this one provides more drama than the east opener yesterday afternoon the celtics writing a twenty five two firsthalf ron to a one hundred eighty three final over the cavaliers lebron just fifteen points with seven turnovers game two tomorrow night in being town veteran slugger mark reynolds returned to the big league last night blanchet second the pitch and it's hidden into laughed and relatives had another the national top six to four mark reynolds and his washington debut here tonight is hit two home runs this bradley that scores kendrick in front of him and washington polls in front now six two four that's greg solti on down in banks radio reynolds didn't find work this all season eventually signed with the nationals in the spring then came.