21 Burst results for "Sookie"
The Voicefluencer Show with Dr Joan Palmiter Bajorek
"As you look forward to the future. The next six months or even more further out the next six years as the sea of women voice if we just kind of stayed in that in that lane what are you most Both passionate and also not just passion but just logical like this is kind of our strategy like this is where we're driving because this is what makes sense in this. We're driving because this is what makes my heart smile. Could you talk a bit about where you see things going in the next and just in the future whether you want to stay kind of near or further out again great question. We're currently doing our annual annual review a nonprofit at a on iran. That seems kind of silly. But we're really thinking about. What is the next twelve months. Because i feel like we're flying on rocket fuel right now and you gotta have a strategic plan know the beginning of the year. We were talking really big purse. You know big tech friends in the world and you know twenty twenty We're just about to finish nonprofit status. I e three lawyers on this project And so when michael's this year's been headway formalize headway stabilize my team had why create better assisting in early so that's of slightly boring. The really really important for the partnerships that made my team dreams out different hackathon events jobs career fair star up arm v c research. I mean we have so many products that were planning to pursue an so. I think from wasn't doing paperwork to really enable we can do in incoming future. We have so many chapters launching all around the world and how many beta than reviewing application that right now. The sky's the limit. I just have to continue impact in harmony team and on morning more team members regularly to exhausting ruling citing Really can't wait to take a little bit of time for holidays and really make sure maintain doesn't burn your head and your teams. Well that's really important to recharge laughter. Laughter is the key to not bringing out taking be laughing all the time long hours and very difficult hurdles but laughter does a lot. So that's my that's my personal. That's great. I'm also on the gratitude plan a game changer. Am i doing gratitude. Practice every night and it really refrains what's importance and the importance of my workouts. Honestly about how happy they keep me really really important to. i'm. I'm curious. I this thomas we don't talk about but i gotta i gotta ask you one specific question about women and voice the the way that you have grown this in such a short period of time is nothing short of remarkable. If there was one tip that you could give people if they wanted to grow a similar type of network or community. Is there one in. This may be hard to answer. But i'm gonna force you to give me one one answer here. Can you describe one tip or one piece of advice. You'd get these people to be able to have that type of growth for such a worthwhile cause would that be okay People are actually asking me. That higher means that growth hackers so at advice to give to people. I really think that when a to our mean he thinks are just solid. Is our mission like anyone knows. Emissions are titled super descriptive. They don't guess they know exactly what we do. How we position ourselves ecosystem and also the persona of women voice has really solid We did a rebrand. Last year remembers advocate very spicy internally but really thinking about what does the settlement which is the look who is women public facing and that is you magnified internally for that safe celebratory space where you can talk about the heart of issues so i think we can also say on feedback. I get ready for. The is whoa. You're technical like we're surrounded by powerhouses. It's it's not. A fluffy like let's through sparkles kind of place at an environmentally friendly way. But it's we love the work in love the work. And so i think those owned you can say that triumph like super mission driven celebratory persona that apparently resonates with lots around the world full and then also the technical aspects that i learned all these quilting other people are doing in india in the netherlands. All around the world looks like that's so goal like let's be by that. Wanna learn more so i feel that jazz chelsea lots. That's great great. Answer i think it gives people a really good idea ian unit to art question. Because you know when you build a community do you have. One thing that does happen is all of these. New friends and the friendships are authentic friendships. But they're also new friendships and there's a lot of them and they're all at once and you can make a lot of friends in one given time when given meeting sookie talk a little bit about how you're managing your relationships and your relationships in kind of this new community that you oversee and and how that kind of paxton's because i think a lot of times when people want to build a community they don't recognize how much relational intelligence they're gonna have to have now they're gonna have to regulate how they decided to let people into their lives in what it looks like for that to be work related purpose driven or just because you connect with another. Could you talk a bit about just the relationship aspect leading community where the house. Okay well i think i think a lot about people who are like my best friends and my family like the inner core and then i have friends who care about my hidden reason secrets that i am paying for. You know really really good advice. And i would implement mentors in that circle and there's obviously kind of more Of you know really great acquaintances. That i really respect and admire. And then there's y'all who is from the internet you who painting on a regular basis and i think really making sure to keep the private joan and the professional general like i do. It's we think this happens more and more pre-coded if people would just come up to me conferences in honey or like say i already know you And it's it's like during the creepy both So i think just really staying true to myself who i am a home. You know here in my apartment And also who. I am on the stages. Es ragu are people exist but making sure to sleep foster that itself in addition to maintaining rowing this network of friendships and also had why any other people to learn network better to make those connections to believe in insult to reach out to people. They wanna reach up to next Curious i love talking to people. It's my happy place to meet people. But that's not everyone's happy place and respecting that also pushing manatees and my team to feel comfortable in saying you can get any room like the worst thing that you get assignments or no may as well pain them in seed. They're interested in in that
"sookie" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Enjoy. Shannon is a tiny little sookie. I get s. They're just a tiny little sticky like passed out crazy later. Yeah she well. It'll be the witching hour heard us talking. I heard her. i heard her grumble a ozzy. So cute irate. There's odi this is but i do. When mama's doing her show. I sleep very well behaved. I mean that's all this guy does all three of our board they are. They're bored with us. He's like let me know when you're done talk so the way i have experienced this has been a particular video gets taken down and it says this video is claimed to have copyright content. And then i immediately say no it. Doesn't you got three strikes all in a row. I understand that they complaints came so fast that you built up three strikes. But how did it get all the way to a strike without you. Knowing about it was just you have the first day it was like you have a strike a day later. You have a second strike if you have three strikes. You're candle goes away. I'm like well. There's no way we get three eighty next day third strike. This is the thing that that underlies this whole conversation for me is. You have paid money to for the right to play the music. All the other content in these videos is yours. You generated it. Yeah when they struck or the stuff that got hit is from a time where we played. The songs live on the show. Yeah right. I remember you. Stop doing that and twenty four. The reason of to avoid trouble. Don't we just we know we paid for. We know it's legit but youtube gives us zero. Have verifying you know who. The originating strike issuer. Is they the complaint issue or say. It's like finding out your neighbor said hey. Your neighbor says your dog poops on his lawn. So we've taken your house dog and locked up your house. Yeah we've locked out. She can't get in and ninety days. You might be able to go back..
"sookie" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Enjoy. Shannon is a tiny little sookie. I get s. They're just a tiny little sticky like passed out crazy later. Yeah she well. It'll be the witching hour hurt us talking. I heard her. I heard her grumble a so cute. Irate there's odi he says this is but i do when mama's doing her show. I sleep very well behaved. I mean that's all this guy does all three of our board they are. They're bored with us. He's like let me know when you're done talk so the way i have experienced this has been a particular video gets taken down and it says this video is claimed to have copyright content. And then i immediately say no it. Doesn't you got three strikes all in a row. I understand that they complaints came so fast that you built up three strikes. But how did it get all the way to a strike without you. Knowing about it was just you have the first day it was like you have a strike a day later. You have a second strike if you have three strikes. You're candle goes away. I'm like well. There's no way we get three eighty next day third strike. This is the thing that that underlies this whole conversation for me is. You have paid money to for the right to play the music. All the other content in these videos is yours. You generated it. Yeah when they struck or the stuff that got hit is from a time where we played. The songs live on the show. Yeah right. I remember you. Stop doing that and twenty four. The reason of to avoid trouble. Don't we just we know we paid for. We know it's legit. But youtube gives us zero have verifying know who the originating strike issuer. Is they the complaint issue. Say it's like finding out your neighbor said. Hey your neighbor says your dog poops on his lawn. So we've taken your house dog and locked up your house. Yeah we've locked out. She can't get in and ninety days. You might be able to go back..
"sookie" Discussed on Concrete Solutions Network
"For me, I'd rather be honest and just say you know, what we think needs to be added is what we're doing as long as we get sensitive foam, which looks good. Then I think we're good. That's good. I appreciate that is put two and that's for the listeners out there as you do it more and more you're going to be able to get those types of results where you've got a good closed cell foam in the end game after the Cure out and that's that's just how it goes off of John appreciate that on a bit of technicality not so much now related to materials or Packers but pressures when your pressure reaches a certain level. Typically I encourage guys. Let them material quote unquote do its thing in the substrate and then move on to your next Packers. What kind of numbers in pounds per square inch PSI. Are you looking at when you're injecting any in any given pack or any given Port we're doing about 1:20 on on for injection and you know, basically we're the Berlin and run up and we're keeping an eye on the gauge letting it drop down and log. Bump cycle and we're just keeping an eye on the you'll keep an eye on the gauge as it drops. As long as we see the gauge dropping. We know the materials going in. You know, what some some of the times on us on a finer crack will turn the gauge down so that we're not blowing the concrete out before we can get them Turtle into that crack. Gotcha. There's too much pressure and you get a you know, fine hairline crack you're going to you know blow the concrete out back towards you instead of life or oil into the crack where it belongs. Yeah. Exactly. No, and that's a great segue John to my next question here when you've drilled your holes and you're setting up on a crack to inject to stop that leak, you're going to go ahead with your own pattern in you're going to get your Packers into place. What are some of the telltale signs that you can tell our listeners out there that will give you an indication that the holes that you drilled are in communication with the crack that you're actually setting up on to seal. What what are some things we ought to look for you try it you're trying to do as you said it's stitch pattern and we'll talk about drilling. You got number one. We gotta find out the phone number. So the wall before he eats, you know start drilling on any project sookie sookie. I couldn't agree more. So you find out your thickness of the wall. And then basically we step it out to get a ten inch while we step out five inches from the crack a forty forty-five degree angle at that point and it's at that at that point. There's no guarantee that you're going to cross that crap because the might run into walls will run diagonally not straight up and down the rebar. So basically your whenever we get the job will drill them rinse them and we'll we'll start will start on crack and try one and see if that's the way the cracks run if the cracks runs track down. If not, then you've got to adjust your angles accordingly these cracks oftentimes take a dive to the left to dive to the right deviate from just straight front to back front face tabac face the wall. She said so imperative that we take that angle to approach and stagger it going from left to right when you do actually wind up having connection and having connectivity and communication is the word. I love to use with the home. You drilled in the crack? What would be an example of a Telltale sign that you've got that communication?.
"sookie" Discussed on Mission Daily
"So where do you see Mussa Vegas your challenges as it getting independent professionals to apply for the platform, or is it getting enough I guess enterprises that want independent professionals, so I could say it depends, which is always a great answer. The, phone answer yeah. So for hot skills, obviously, enterprises are demanding more than there is supply, but that's not unique to independent contractors or to M B O so the hard skills. Obviously there's more demand supply. where there is an excess supply. Tends to be in more kind of NICI. Expertise areas because the demand is more volatile by companies. Gotcha and so then there's a whole kind of slough. I kind of gave you to and potion in the middle. There's a whole bunch of skills and capabilities like implementation of Sookie. Common Chassis platforms transformation skills project managers creative design engineers to support utility companies. Those. We got a good. Those are great matching is what I would say. We had really good between supply and demand side of the equation and so you know it's it depends on which piece of the market overall that you're talking about. We always think about our company and talking to some of our guests. Guests based on the skills and based on what's available. What's the workforce look like? Maybe in the next five years in so from your perspective ceiling. For example there's an oversupply of new skills, but still there wanted there's fundamental skills that everyone wants. And then there's also just the hot skills that you just can't get enough. Workers I'm assuming specific languages developers like it's really really tough to hire. These people based on what you're seeing. Do you think? In your opinion, what what do you think's GonNa? Be Unique or different about the economy? Let's say five years. So You.
"sookie" Discussed on Indian Noir
"You? Can't refuse the meeting because you do. They will kill your wife. They're suppose and he he is Chettiar swallowing. They will kill me as well for saving your life. If you don't take the meeting. Organizing this padre. Is might get out of jail cod. Chettiar says. I hear you. Say Yes. I will be ready. VIDARTES SAYS That night. Sookie to here's the electric trimmer being used in the bathroom. He smiles as he drifts off into sleep..
Japanese shares dip; Nissan hits 8-yr low as top exec decides to quit
"Shares in Japanese carmaker Nissan Assan has suffered a sharp drop of more than three percent on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The drop came after the automaker announced the president of the company is stepping down the BBC's he is Brenda Marshall reports. It's just weeks. Since Nissan asked June sookie to lead a recovery process after financial scandal surrounding the company's former boss Carlos Goan own Mr Seconds resignation after a thirty year career at his son has raised doubts by investors as to the stability of the company's leadership despite a Nissan statement statement saying the firm's restructuring plans are on track. The company made no comment on the reason for Mr Sexist resignation. But it's widely reported. There may be disagreements agreements among the new management team over how to deal with Nissan's biggest shareholder the French carmaker Renault which has previously pushed for merger the BBC's Brenda Marshall Social reporting this sand is also posted a string of lacklustre. Earning quarters in
"sookie" Discussed on Harmontown
"Now. I wait wait wait. I'm the guest. The member Happy Bor and two guests all right you were to Bj's is. Let's talk about the the pizza pizza cookie. The word pizza and the word cookie combined is the word heat. SOOKIE sookie Sookie sookie. It doesn't died. I am not buying it. I don't like it either and also as you said in the right. Lift you guys difference between pizza and a cookie. They're the same shape in their cooking the same oven and a pizzas. Don't have ice cream on them either. So should've kept that a bit in the left for you. And I but I thought it was so insightful. They're all wrong about this. It's not they don't have a right to call that a hybrid between a pizza cookie or to pronounce it that way. They're all off base the entire time. Is it delicious. Yeah but you can't call it a rookie salted caramel one. You guys just try that one. Oh boy the monkey bread now. It's not as great. It's not very moist pads me. It's maybe I love Myself and what I moved saw..
"sookie" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Doc will bad boys going. So yeah. The skit going we're gonna have to teach your con- how to get that might together. Sookie g. Guys. How are you you hiding over there? It's not as mcdumber is light. Enough just to introduce the world to yourself. I mean, let us know little bit about Sookie g where you coming from. Why are you the right pick the U K correspondent right here on his? Guys to see to Joe John on the listeners really snow for me to say on the right picture to you guys in the audience decide about but eight comes doing very well. So it's a very hard to fall the where are you from? A coin. I know I know I know. Up south amid the Midland saw from Dobie site. This is new to be gosh. I'm just ready for you guys just jumping Sochi fight a brother. Might seis. On wall night. The greatest that never was the greatest everywhere that never was who. Would you say is the most popular boxer at the moment active? Cannella? Wow. I disagree. That is not a disagreement Sookie don't fall into that trap. Good. So far glibly another over here. The UK of asleep sieve among unto Joshua whole. Did you pick Josh raring? Ten or Lee sells b. Lease over. Did he make you a believer? And then when he fought Frampton did you pick Warrenton or did you again? But with the front of believe that was a fifty fifty five so that could have gone either way. But again, it didn't turn out to be a fifty fifty five awards and one this Bill. I well, we'll let you lead where to discuss Tyson fear. I wanna say Tyson fury's decision. Not to give the fight fans. The wilder fury to rematch because he knew what he was signing no-one.
"sookie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"There are some really frightening stories about Dolley, Madison. Can you give me for instance, Sookie Sookie was Dolly Madison's personal servant? Dolly had accused Sochi of stealing her jewelry. Dahlie, sold Sochi's children. What does that mean for this African American woman Sookie to have to work every day closely with a woman who sold her children and then had the? Call it audacity you'll see why to accuse her of stealing her jewelry, which given all of that. I think Sookie would have had every right to do. But then Margaret Jordan who has. A descendant of Paul Jennings. Madison's private servant said Madison, stepson, Dali's, son. The rascal air Margaret said, I bet he stole the jewelry. And that is the kind of awareness that African Americans have whatever they're standing, they know about those accusations and those blind spots, and Dolly was a dull touting mother. That story tells me a lot do you believe that are sort of her roic view of American democracy, and the founding fathers could exist alongside a more truthful discussion of slavery in our history books. That's the way we are. Human beings are imperfect, and those founding fathers, many of them were deeply flawed even someone like Jefferson who wrote about equality and freedom wasn't his personal life a slave holder. The relationship with Sally Hemmings. Is it you know, you can't have consent. If you are one presumes to own a person that person cannot engage in consensual sex. So he was sexual exploitation of all of those things. Audrey Smedley anthropologist, I respect as written about Jefferson as the American paradox. He represents a dilemma ultimately deciding that while slavery is wrong. He could not afford to do without it. Jefferson becomes a metaphor for America as a whole then. And now there's this desire as all people have a desire to the moral in virtuous, but along with that throughout our history has been the greedy desire to have everything they can at the expense of others. So the only way to become healthier to recognize the problem. What do you make of the efforts by the archaeologists and historians at James Madison's mop peculiar plantation site? To change the way, we tell the story of the enslaved people who built and lived on and made these plantations thrive Montpellier has been a special case in that. I think they have moved rapidly to catch up with the idea that one has to involve descendants in the conversation, African Americans who specially those who are descended from. The enslaved here or anywhere have a different interest in telling the story can see beyond the blinding light of race to an understanding of America that can't be told by whites in their valorising their past alone. So Montpellier has done very well of less fifteen years, I've joined them several times in the course of their engagement with the public to develop exhibitions and interpretations tell the truth and what they've done in their new exhibition. Amir matter of color is to achieve a great deal of truth for the public, and I did a survey project co-directed called remembering slavery, resistance and freedom throughout the state of Virginia talking to historical societies and having public meetings, and the the white folks often said they were tired of the pablum of this plantation interpretation. Valorize plantation owners and didn't give a sense of the majority population of those people who actually built the plantation created the wealth, and who were brutalized, but they wanted to know the real story. I think many people Euro-American or African American and others are interested in the truth. The truth is more interesting. What's next? Do. You think? What can we do even more across the country at these exhibits? Well, we need to do a lot more of the kind of thing that was done here at my appeal. You're a lot more of the kind of thing that was done around the New York African burial ground in at other sites. Just shifting the definition of the Senate community produces better science better interpretation more accurate history. Tell me about the African burial ground in New York City. This was discovered or rediscovered in nineteen Ninety-one when federal workers creating. A federal office building uncovered a few hundred of what are believed to be thousands of African American graves dating back to colonial times..
"sookie" Discussed on The Jump
"At the time for me. I was nervous. It was doing something that was outside of the box. Meaning for me to change teams. I spent seven years in Cleveland, the whole my whole, life and Akron. I'm twenty five years old and had never had changed before. So yeah, never went to college never had to go away from college. So I wasn't. I was nervous as hell up there. And it's crazy because I had always watched high school kids when they when they kind of announced they were going to college, and they will always kind of do it kind of that kind of fashion, but they will have like little hats and things of that nature. And I remember I kind of talked about what if I just had like Cavs had or or Miami had whatever that kind of have like my first ever filling of chosen where the hell out was going, and we ended up not doing that. But you know, that was kind of my my notion, but I had no idea the temporary action that it was receive. What team LeBron picked would affect the whole country. Right. I didn't realize that time. It's a maker mislead make myth maker mislead. May coordination Aaron Gordon point off a little Sookie low layup here verse against. Back right. That was awesome match are dangerous team years to find dangerous win at any night SC top team worthy that will ever. Like. Yes. That is true. I mean, Aaron Gordon man every year that Kyrie stuff. I I was gonna say, Jordan, fine, fiery friendly guy. Reads, the greatest layup shoot I've ever seen George of us done. All right. Hey, that's called is the best. We can. Trigger paul. The shows can't center, right? My favorite panelist here checkout. Rodney hood catching you in the air players. You can't plan special plays like bringing oop jumper. Let's get title. It looks good. But then he's these plays are unplanned. This is just because the shot clock. If somebody ever draw this up you got to make an. Cianci lane Cianci's, the to me, this feels like they use shy. Right. You indefinitely do that in a horse shock. Yeah. Short intentions. This is about two nights ago. But we're bringing it back JoAnne goes coming off the screen throwing allowed to go bare, but he goes in instead. Surprise. We like eating. Good, right. Jake. The guy the goal is to get the ball in the us. Right here gets there. Everyone should be happy. Pop. Can't believe it or good. It's going Bethlehem. Four as you can see. Couple of right through points points. Those are just bad passers. Usually those guys can't shoot say I feel. The guys are trying to shoot. And then they're like, no, no that was male. You Matt happens. Twice last night, quite took the ball Costa toast for Vatican one hand on Kawai. I mean, he's only playing at an MVP level. Building with for this last night. I mean, he just shakes off any defense. You put on him. It was so impressive. You know? Look at the look on his face while he's doing he's just like I mean, they are human bigger coming down the middle. Oh, he's there. There are in honor of qui- going coast to coast reading that coast to coast of all time because we can number three shack against the clippers in two thousand one. Hey business decision. Oh boy..
"sookie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I'll make one fan base who used to be used to like me, not like me. But that's okay. That you buy large the fans of so nice when you meet them, and you talk to them you hear it on your show all the time the people in this business have sports television production at an absolute APEC, it's never been better than it is right now. And it's a great age of sports, and we are so fortunate everyday to be part of that. If we don't teach ourselves to remind us has special this is than shame on us for that scene with right under our nose every day. And he mentioned it. And I think fans here what they wanna hear. But here you are broadcasting your alma mater in a game that I'm sure deep down. You can't no one can help it have strong feelings about the place. That helped launch their career. But but you are the consummate professional beyond that. That's that's not even that's what you're saying about the just someone doing a game. Let alone the at the very Zina's of their career. So as you approach Saturday. I know you think about every broadcast and you're prepared. But this will be different though, won't it. A little bit different little bit fun for sure I I've come to really appreciate Notre Dame. I don't think I appreciated Notre Dame, and it's places independent on the national scene. Because from what I started at ESPN. That's when NBC's contract started with Notre Dame. So I'd never had the chance to go there for a game to history of the sport. And we love history in this sport. And it keeps it fresh, and it keeps it alive and might be said to have been so much in my life. I still very involved in on campus probably four or five times a year involved with different things at the school. But you know, for three and a half hours, you can park your allegiances to side, I've told folks. When Sookie plays Boston College next week. I'll be rooting for them again..
"sookie" Discussed on First Things First
"It was the day before Halloween and welcome to first things first. I'm Jenna Wolfe. That's the hall of fame. Cris carter. That is Nick, right. Nobody does Halloween better than New York City Sookie account. Enjoy if you are not come to town. Here's a week for the next three hours. No any of that stuff. There's a lot of things like teach you a lot of. Good morning three right now, we're gonna start strong. It'll be downhill from there teams are trying to trade for gel before today's deadline. Cleveland fired. Most of it said coaches this week and the patriots took to the national stage. That's where we start patriots in buffalo for Monday night football, fourth quarter pets don't have a touchdown yet. Brady finds Chris HOGAN takes it all the way down to the one next play James white Russia's in for the score pats up eighteen to six Buffalo Bills quarterback. Derek innocent mounting the comeback for buffalo. Instead, he mounts. This a pick six to Devin mccourty patriots go on to win twenty five to six. They've now won five in a row. Here is Tom Brady after the game on how this one ended. Tacomas? You'd find a game. So take the win how we get it. And charter next week. All right, Nick. What did you make the way? The patriots struggled to just put this away last night against the bills. Or does it not matter? No, I think it matters. I think everything with the patriots matters team. That is one of would say the half dozen Super Bowl real true SuperBowl contenders. One of the half dozen teams in the league that if they win this championship. You wouldn't be surprised at all having it to be nine six game until that Kyle van noy strip sack led to a field goal having it be a one score game headed into the fourth quarter. All of that matters against what is the Buffalo Bills were worst offense in football by far. I understand people say what about the Zona cardinals? If you look at any of the advanced metrics, there is all thirty one teams right here. And then buffalo down beneath the table. They have been the worst offense in the league. So I give the pants credit for holding buffalo to six points. But a lot of teams have had defensive success in buffalo. What would be at least moderately? Cernan to me if I'm Pat span is you didn't have turnover shoes. Brady played his first clean game from turnover perspective all year. And yet you struggled to score. They had that one great drive late in the fourth quarter that I believe put the game away because buffalo being down to scores might as well be twelve scores. And then the pick six to officially put the game away. But the pats didn't look incredibly sharp. They didn't look as good as you would have expected them to look on offense against the Buffalo Bills. Now, they went by nineteen points despite all that because they're the patriots. But no see I didn't think this was a great offense of game for New England know, there was a number of things that you can look at and say at this point in the season, you would expect New England to be better. So they're struggling I am concerned. I'm concerned about the absence of Sony, Michelle. Yes, anytime that you see. Offense, our organization move a wide receiver to running back. You know, there's problems because even Kordell Patterson is good as he is running the football and open myspace returner, the visual lanes in instincts you need to run the football. They are not there from skill standpoint. From wide receiver transferring over to run back so reason why you haven't seen a lot of them. Do it. Number one. Lot of receivers. Catch the ball back to the defense running backs. They get the ball the visually everything is in front of them. So the skill sets don't transfer for. So for them to move Cordell to tell back. It lets me know, they they're very very concerned. So they couldn't run the ball. So that's a concern. The offense of lying when they started becoming predictable. They start having problems protecting Tom Brady and gronkowski to me doesn't have the same type of burst down the middle field..
New Details on Chris Pratt's Budding Relationship with Katherine Schwarzenegger
"He played the Don Quixote, stripper? On Jane the virgin so Yup. Yup and they worked out together at the same gem and he was too afraid aspects she. Was a, big, star right and so. Finally got up enough guts asked her out and they've been crazy for, percents is kind of a really sweet muscle she's darling yes he fled your dad Kim has commented, about the news of Michelle Williams's marriage earlier this summer saying, the ledger family was terribly happy about. The nuptials, Kim added that she Michelle. Is very private and I don't really like to make any comments about her but, we are very happy for her of course Michelle Williams, was with heath Ledger for some time and they have. A daughter, together Matilda so the family Guy Fieri jumped into action yesterday to help evacuees and first responders. Of the car fire in California ferry. Teamed up with Red Cross and operation barbecue relief defeat over fourteen hundred people the car fire very serious has burned through. Ninety five, thousand. Acres of land and has killed six people including two firefighters, so guy fear. We jumped in a. Van decided to help out and finally new couple alerted that is the question many people are. Asking about Robert Pattinson and models Sookie. Waterhouse who. Was previously with Bradley Cooper. They. Responded getting cozy together in London this weekend they went, to see mama Mia here we. Go again and then went and hung out had drinks at the SoHo house you, think this is something real or they're. Just hanging out Might be getting to one.
"sookie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Aspects of horror mystery atmospherics drama but at the same time i subversive that and i'm not there is no body count here there is a story about a young woman a young man trying to discover themselves and also understand the past in their parents so even in the music like i think about each honor that i do and and you're right they're kind of their i approach it in an unexpected way i'm not trying to do that i think part of it is just an idiosyncratic view of the world and i think i just respond to the world and to me i think it's very you know very common and kind of populace feeling but then people are like wow that was really unusual it's almost like when you're felonious monk play and it's like what and then you hear him talk and you go okay get it yeah but you you know you are self taught and that's part of it too yeah things very directly willy being chinese canadian as well never fitting into a particular space i mean i was i grew up in a working middle class suburb and was a bit l innate from my chinese roots i was never hong kong chinese or china chinese chinese canadian and then that was kind of a weird fit in my community where it was mostly white kids and so and you know i think that sort of outside perspective has allowed me to kind of go into different places i've never really was a part of any gang although had many friends in many places and then sort of drift around and kind of on a solo flight and i think it at heart i'm a real playfully minded person and i really love going into different spaces and becoming others and becoming myself you know it's just it's something that comes quite naturally how does that work for you as opposed to did the gemini thing is perfect and the great thing is that whatever you do next is slightly unexpected and always surprising thank you so much gang slurry great to see sookie and lee broadcaster filmmaker actor and artist in bop up her new movie octavio is dead opens in toronto in selected irs tomorrow for more cbc podcasts goto cbc dot ca slash podcasts.
"sookie" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Well in terms of executive decisions and corporate decisions that's up to really the shareholders and the board of the board of directors what we are here to do on behalf of individual victims and on behalf of municipalities is to hold pg and e accountable under the law where appropriate and necessary under article one section nineteen of the california constitution the concept that someone's property has been damaged for public use is a protected property rights under the constitution and so here we have a situation where pg and he is currently lobbying the legislature to strip fire victims of their constitutional property rights in addition they're trying to fight these cases in the litigation so p genie is the cause of sixteen out of sixteen fires they're fighting it in litigation and their response also is to fight it at the legislative level level to actually strip california constitutional rights from fire victims in and of itself let me go to the heart of this if i may could mercer sookie opine on this because there's always been a lot of public outcry for executives to be tried and convicted and there hasn't been much action in that area now and i mean you know it's very held a state senator who's been very critical and very out front on holding ginny liable and really pushing for reforms at the cpu see and i were talking about this last week i mean th the utility itself as a convicted felon but they remain as you know one of as you mentioned very profitable and and i think in some ways one of the most powerful just businesses in general in california if you look at a political giving and lobbying and where there has been success at you know going back at them it's it's almost as if those felony convictions had really little to no effect and sukey let me go to you on this city of santa rosa gary rights never should have allowed homes to be built in the path of wildland fires why aren't the city and develop offers being blamed for the loss of those.
"sookie" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
"Hey i'm a step away from nineteen seventy four seventy cover with sookie sookie here's the original version from don kobe good time seven original version of sookie sookie don't what else he wrote he wrote this great song for aretha franklin pierce chain of fools on the radio show scrawl two.
Hawaii seafood wholesalers fear Congress could block mainland exports
"Wholesalers supermarkets chefs and restaurants across the continental us those little different levels and different products all toll give us a small profitability our industries very tough seafood wholesalers nationwide average three percent profit in a year but hawaii seafood wholesalers fear congress is about to pull the plug on that business both the senate and house have considered legislation call the billfish conservation act that would stop exports of hawaii caught billfish to the mainland it's a major part of what we export out on the state florida representative darren soto says the goal is to preserve fishing and pacific waters and prevent largescale commercial fishing of bill but federal regulators say pacific billfish stocks are managed effectively and don't need added protection hawaii seafood wholesalers say the measures don't make sense there's a lot of people behind this wildcard resource that we have access to that away they all hurt they all suffer that hurts the us flag fishermen here part of the revenue they're counting on their yearly sales comes from billfish the senate version of the bill passed a committee that included senator bryan shots then the full senate the house measure was just heard by the house subcommittee on natural resources go ice congressional delegation has not offered comments on either bill jim mendoza hawaii news now boy that former maui county democratic party chair troy hushing multo to the house seat previously occupied by former representative joe sookie sookie resigned last month as part of a settlement over sexual harassment complaints against him hashimoto was maui county's democratic party chair for four years learning more of on a deadly mid air engine explosion on boorda's southwest airlines flight the latest on what happened next check in with our daniel tucker of four car crash just clear here on one of the freeway was on the left shoulder certainly slow the traffic down in the fort shafter flats is starting to move his less congested up on the viaduct and coming into honolulu the we've got stop and go traffic from the city and county traffic management center i'm danielle tucker we'll be back after this stuck in traffic we've got the answer no no incidents reported the last accident was on the lua freeway westbound at the halava interchange and that may be h one the quicker route to i got a couple of roadwork reminders farrington southbound in nanakuli is going to be completely closed tonight from nanakuli avenue to piliokahi from nine pm to four am repaving traffic will be contract and the polly will be closed again overnight tonight town bound.
"sookie" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Oh you what are you doing that's okay and you all these reactions to the best the best he also confuses me because there's also now this weird dichotomy to use your hebert word because he is like they were the most successful has the most money and there's this sort of deference towards him because of that but there never was before he was always just like the jokester prankster like but one took insidiously what difference being respect so but yes i don't that has to do with the money though because he was always he was always the jokes are he never got involved in drama he managed to be like everyone's friends say really relevant and didn't never got into one fight yeah no i feel like there's something weird thing is so weird the whole show the whole show is some loving it and hating it at the same exact time i don't know if i would like to episode was not good it's gave ever find her rain guest found it where the grass i miss that in the i don't know i'm just like i'm fixated on stickies marriage and i've read some lines mad at i'm not gonna lie i don't i love them i know i just love jenny she came on the old show when i knew and she was like so fanta she yeah and it's did she did she guest she guested okay and i just had such a good time with always loved her from the show because she is like so responsible so smart you always like picks their tag team and yes like sookie is the star but like without jenny like it wouldn't have been the same hand in hand so to see smokey disrespecting her was like so rude shut up jedi never been called an idiot before she was really pissing me off.
"sookie" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"Giving the mexican capital as much as ninety seconds warning for these distant quakes when the system was launched in the late nineteen 80s it was the first earthquake alarm in the world espinoza shows me how it works in a video recreation circles ripple out from the epicenter beeping each time the hit one of the sensors the bubble on september 19th was that the quake came from a quiet small fault near mexico city via sookie sookie espinoza says it's so close that the effects of the earthquake are felt before the alarm can be chartered victor espinoza says they've already made adjustments to catch any future earthquakes the strike this close to the city yesterday she had him but with the changes we've made a we've gained roughly ten seconds he says which means mexico city could have gotten a last warning on time he's also pushing mexico's congress to invest than infrastructure adding sixty more sensors and expanding the alarm to dozens more mexican cities although the system has been in place for nearly three decades september was really the first test with a deadly quake this will unanimous muscular there's a sense of satisfaction because we see the alone works for the most part because he says but you're also regret that we could have done more while the system isn't perfect they are at least trying to warn people i think at one of the key things that we took away from mexico is it's better to push system out sooner rather the lights at that's dr richard allen the head of uc berkeley seismology lab in one of the people behind shake alert this early earthquake warning being piloted in california oregon and washington this is a test.
"sookie" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A disco wide handle on its sheikh but four of your fingers in it yet yes four and the pum goes on the other side so actually of the cup also has grooves on it uh that indicate that hey your fingers go your so it's in a such a way telling you uh read your fingers sit so that was also a key details that i thought to add so that uh they don't hold a handle because it's way nitro for the buck listen to go straight for the handed down but the idea was known this handy goes around your palm and you hold the cup slim and and is it is it made it of ceramic on no because ceramic is something that too could break so psychologically the a white those cups the idea was to make it really just plastic sookie see designs cup which is very simple agassi idea is that because it look it's shaped like an upsidedown pair it's harder for the liquid to spill out yeah the liquid keeps going up a non up and down but the cull keeps deflecting it back insane but the key hill was also that it did not look like a cop that was you know designed for the specially old person ears really designed for all for any clumsy person and that was really also key biggest frankly my uncle or anybody since patient could use a sip or right like a baby sipah you're like why do we need a new product but hey this is an adult a confident about five what they need a support they need something that everyone can use and so what happened when you threat this cop to your uncle he was really happy it was amazed and it really worked i also urge tested it put some other patients and that had more intense traumas and it actually worked quite well even with intense tremors so they were very happy to drink out of it entity go back out and drink coffee i yes heated really extremely proud and confident about.