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"stander" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"For the Patriots to sign him. The Amsterdam Admirals. Yeah, so he kicked off the Desmond Howard, who read it back that won the Super Bowl. That's how long he played and played it a high level, so I don't think it's I don't think it's hyperbole to say that Adam Military is the greatest kick forever because if you're measuring up against Johan Stander, rude and Morten Andersen I think he's the best of the three. And I also think you can't tell the history of the game without Adam Military Tuck rule and those four Super Bowls. I don't I think he is a part of NFL history. If you are a kicker on that kind of stage, and you can't tell the history, the NFL that you you're all the Famer. And you're the greatest kicker of all time. I'm okay with being very selective on kickers and special teams. Guys. I know some people believe you shouldn't put special teams guys and I don't believe that. I think that They're part of the game, and if they're the very best ever at that part they deserve in. So that's why I think Steve Tasker belonged to the Hall of Fame if he's the greatest gunner ever to live. Then he should be in the Hall of Fame. And if Adam military is the greatest kicker ever to live, but he should be a first ballot. Pro Football Hall of Famer. So Yesterday, military finally does retire, and now I got to say Also, there was a part of me that because Bill Belichick put out a statement about military Kind of warmed by heart because I'm like, Ah, this feels good that all the old Patriots are retiring. It's over. It's like Belichick saying so long to everybody. You know Brady's out the door. Brady was the greatest quarterback I ever coached. Greatest quarterback ever out of it. A Terry's retiring but it carries the greatest picker ever to live Yada, yada, yada, ty Law, blah, blah, blah. It's like, Oh, yeah, this is good. This is good. All of the old guys that made the Patriots really good or gone. I agree with that. The problem is vegetarian. Brady played way too long. The brewskis basically retired from TV at this point. We're live at Bob's Bar this morning. It's breakfast in West Babylon, and when we come back, we have our best audio over the day. And I think that will also include Upside down, Mike dropping by because upside down, Mike is here Live. And the Islanders air coming off a huge Syria's victory last night, so we'll get upside down like live in studio coming up here. Next from Bob's Bar D, a CBS Sports radio is your credit card debt piling up Pacific Deccan help Pacific debt is the nation's friendliest.
The Surprising Power of Compliments
"After a year of kobe many of us are finding that our social skills are a little rusty. We're finally getting more opportunities to meet others. But we've lost some of the social niceties and techniques that make human connection so meaningful. The good news is there's a simple thing you can do to rebuild your social muscle and to raise your level of happiness. The answer is compliments. There's power and giving them and getting them to learn more we talked to lindsey liben psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker. Here's what she had to say lindsay. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you so much for having me so let me start by asking. Why are compliments so important in our lives. And why are they so important right now. Compliments allow us to connect with the people around us and really bring people together in a lot of different ways. And i find it. It's a really easy and disarming way of forming a connection. That's especially great because you can use it if you're just meeting someone as an icebreaker or few already know them you can use it to deepen the relationship i find you know. This episode is really coming at such an important time. Because after a year of being told the isolate and keep our distance we're experiencing a social inflection point. I think a lot of people are finding that as immunity rose. and we're unmasking. We're now faced with the possibility of returning to in-person contact and what that might be exciting. It can also be intimidating and leave us feeling unprepared. Actually the american psychological association just released a study that said about half. The people surveyed were actively worried about adjusting to in person interaction. So i think to the audience if you're having a little bit of social anxiety please know that you're not alone. I think it's important to acknowledge that after a year without regular active socialization your social skills will start to weaken interactions might not be as dynamic or is electric as we buy them to be and when wendy's hills there's sort of like muscles they need to be worked and conditioned to the strong when you call up on them as almost like if you signed up to run a ten k race. But you didn't have the opportunity to train of you'd be feeling uncomfortable because you're out of rapids so i find instead of just accepting the discomfort anxiety one of the best ways to alleviate it is to give yourself options and that's where the compliment comes into play because it's one of the strongest and most versatile tools in the well-being toolbox to help you navigate social exchanges. That's great before we get into the specifics of complements what are the positive effects of giving them and receiving them so when you give a received compliments it's actually not just about making the others feel good. It directly improves your levels of happiness in your own relationships. There's actually a really good article from the journal of personality and social psychology. That concludes that when you express appreciation for your partner. Both people become more responsive to each others needs. It allows you to work through the hard times a little more effectively. And i think we can all use a little more happiness and resilience and meaningful engagement in our lives. And i understand. You have a specific technique forgiving complements. What is that i do. That's called the sage approach s. a. g. e. and it stands for specific authentic grateful and empower. And how does that work so it works by starting off to make your compliments sincere. I encourage people to zone in on a specific task or quality or attribute that they admire in another person. I really encourage you to keep it. Simple really skip. The hyperbole over the top planes tend to discredit the compliment. So for example. When you hear people say oh my goodness. That's the best thing i ever ate. Well you probably know. It's not the best thing they ever eat. So don't undermine yourself this leads me to the next part which is authenticity after you have a focus. Try to weave in a personal an action express the compliment from your heart and you strong. I contact if you can really just try to be as authentic as you can. It doesn't matter if it's the highest praise someone has ever received. If it's sincere it will have a much greater impact. The g. in sage stands for gratitude. And this is one of my favorite parts because it allows you to reflect on the goodness in your own life and then express the appreciation for these gifts. It's what's most valuable parts of a compliment because it can also allow you to deepen your connection with the receiver. There's a lot of research. That's out there that connects gratitude with higher levels of happiness and resilience and meaningful connection double win. Because as you start to feel more connected and comfortable the positivity bubbles over into other areas of your life and that actually leads me to the e which is for empowering and this last bit of advice is to direct your compliment towards empowering actions. I encourage people to celebrate the confidence boosting behaviors like if someone didn't awesome job spearheading a presentation or modeling. Courage reflect that back to them because when someone exposes a vulnerability. they're more to authentic positive responses. So if you feel moved share it. I also really just encouraged giving sage compliments whenever the opportunity strikes. Make the morning of the person who you're lot at you know. Or if you catch the eye of an unassuming stander who thinks their head in the clouds the more opportunities you have to practice a more natural it will feel
Using Dragonflies as Contamination Detectors
"Mercury pollution from power plants and mining operations can end up in our air and water. But it's tricky to predict. Just how much of that. Environmental mercury will make its way into our food and our bodies we were working on developing a bio indicator of sent. And all that could inform us of the levels of mercury contamination across the us ecologist colin eagles smith of the united states survey. He and his colleagues came up with a practical way to determine the scope of mercury contamination in an ecosystem by measuring mercury levels in a single species their bio indicator juvenile dragonflies or larvae dragonfly larvae. Stander water don't move. Much are easy to collect and live long enough to accumulate significant amounts of mercury. If you have enough location sampled with dragonflies you can develop an index of of the relative amount of mercury in the biological community. The team measured mercury concentrations in thousands of dragonfly larvae collected from waterways. One hundred national parks during a ten year period and to amass the large sample number. They recruited volunteers through the dragonfly. Mercury project the volunteers used dip nets to collect dragonfly. Larvae from their aquatic national park staff then sent the larvae to laboratories for processing
"stander" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"Also a very funny and he doesn't think that he's funny but he's hilarious. So those are three athletes. I think that always make for a good interview. And how do you prep for those interviews beyond just watching the race that it just happened do you. Prep i love your laugh. Just tell me what that's about. I honestly i don't prep which is fine and i i just i i know i doubt down. I just be myself up when i'm about to interview someone like i don't even know what i'm going to say which is not the best way to approach. Sometimes i'll have questions in the back of my head but a lot of the time. I'm just like okay. This person's coming up to be in five seconds starts but it makes it easy. 'cause like they're my friends so it's like i just try to have a conversation in there also. Their emotions are hiding because they probably just had a really good race so it just makes her a really good interview and it just like a fun conversation to talk to them about their awesome race that they had so. It's a lot of improv. Though i love to hear that do you have a most exciting or most memorable interview of all time. Oh my gosh. I will always remember i was at us. As last year Usa outdoor championships in des moines. And i was in the media tent. Which i always feel like. I'm not supposed to be there. Like i have this weird blog camera never else's like typing away on their computer you know writing reports and i'm like years knee with my weird log camera like making a scene in the media tent but i was interviewing allio stander and this was my first time really ever talking to her like she came on a visit to orient. But i only talked to a very briefly and i was like. I didn't know her that well. But i asked the question i was like we had like a normal interview and then i was like okay. What do you have any secret. Talents like people don't know about you and she's like i can make a really good ostrich noise and i was like Do you do you wanna do it. Like we're in the media ten right now. There's not that what's going on is pretty quiet in there. And she gets ready and then does this really loud ostrich noise and i swear. The media tent went silent. I am never going to gain by the media that ever again but it was so funny because it caught me off guard but made for such good interview. And i will always remember that one. But she's the queen of interviews so it makes sense. I should have seen coming. She is i was gonna say i don't remember i don't know what definition of going viral is but i feel like i remember that like i remember that and again i'll link to it in the show notes. It was such a classic post race moment. I think that was one of the moments to that. Like solidified allio surrenders spot as the girl. Everyone wants to interview. Because you never know what you're going to get like. She's just so and funny so great choice. Great memory exactly. I had to post on my instagram. Because a lot of i mean most of this goes on my youtube channel but like the highlights go on my instagram so this has to go mainstream. Everyone needs to see. This is the highlight. I sure quick break. So i can hype up.
Motel 6, Home Depot drop ad agency over "too Black" comment
"Owned advertising agency, is resigned after saying an ad campaign was to black Stander. Richard's founded his agency in 1976, and he stepped down yesterday after word of his comment when public At age reported that stand. Richards said A proposed campaigns celebrating black artist was to black as he put it, and would turn off motel sixes. White supremacist constituents. Hotel, six at Home Depot have dropped the Richards Group as their ad agency effective today. On Wall Street. The Dow closed up
Stop Giving Advice, Ask More Questions with Michael Bungay Stanier
"I'm your producer Greg Gun and we have a very special episode for you today. Our guest is an Oxford Grad and author of the wildly Popular Book. The coaching habit. He's a champion of curiosity. That believes the advice. We so eagerly give is not nearly as good as we think it is. Now I had trouble writing an intro for this one. Because the conversation between he and Chris was so rich with insight and tactics. That couldn't boil it down into just one clear idea. In fact I went back and listened to it twice because Oh so captivated the first time around so I will tell you this. Grab your headphones. A pen and paper subtle into somewhere comfy. And just listen. I promise that you will come out of it. Better equipped to navigate life. And if you're smart you will have covered at least a page with useful notes. But don't take my word for it. Do yourself a favor and enjoy our fascinating conversation with Michael bungay stander. I don't have the ability. Oftentimes to read the book before. I talked to somebody on my podcast. But this is one of those moments where I'm actually able to read your book and I'm so glad that I did first of all. It's a very easy book to read recommended. One hundred people literally this morning on my coaching. Also we'll see what happens there. Thank you okay so I'm GONNA kick it off like this. I asked you very very simple question. So what's more valuable questions or answers? Well I'm going to do the classic on`sharing God well depends because it depends on the context depends on the moment. It depends on everything. I go all the way back Chris to Daniel Goldman. Who Know the name of the guy who popularized the whole idea emotional intelligence and Goldman says in an article he wrote for Harvard Business Review. Way Back in two thousand articles code leadership that gets results says look there are six different styles of leadership and great leaders. Know how to use all six at the right time at the right moment. Each style has its pros and cons. It's punishments in its prizes. But what he pointed to and I think this is interesting. He said look. Coaching is a leadership style. That is massively underutilised. It has a direct correlation to profitability. It has a direct correlation to engagement and as a direct correlation to culture which are all things that people care about but the biggest barriers is people go. I just don't have time for this thing. So part of my championing is trying to make coaching fast. And trying to make it unwed. But absolutely look if there's if you'll building is burning down and you go. What am I supposed to be doing when somebody going? Hey how do you feel about smoke? Want somebody to go. Here's an onsite the exit his. Hey leave the building. So the context is everything but I will say that unbalanced people have an ova develop muscle on giving answers and have an underdeveloped muscle on stain curious a little bit longer. Now in case people don't know who you are. Please introduce US introduce yourself and tell us a little bit about who you are. Sure so Michael Bungay Danielle. I'm best known for being the author of the coaching habit. Book about four years old came out February. The twenty ninth. Two Thousand Sixteen and it's gone on to become the best selling coaching book of the century. About eight hundred thousand copies sold bazillion five-star reviews on Amazon. And the like and I'm a champion for this simple but difficult behavior shift which is look. I want you to stay curious just a little bit longer rush to action advice giving a little bit more slowly. So there's a soundbite in store. You know a mistrial Ian Left. Australia was a Rhodes. Scholar ENDED UP AT OXFORD MARRIED AT OXFORD which that and not becoming a loya to great things at Oxford gave me and then lived in London for Awhile Boston for Awhile now. Live in Toronto founded. A company called box of crayons. And it's focuses helping organizations shift from advice. Driven to curiosity led beautiful. Now I have to ask you this question because this is very. This is unusual that you're the publisher of your own book. Yeah oh I'm good for you because when people say eight hundred thousand copies and I made four dollars on it. I'm like yeah that's the publishing model right. It is more like God. I'm just so happy for you. Man I really am well. Thank you you know. I spent had previous book published with a fancy New York publishers. It was finally did pretty well like killed. One hundred thousand copies three years trying to get them to publish this book and they kept saying. Snow quite dare. I don't quite get it. I don't know and I finally went all right. I've really honed in on the Vision for this book. Is I know it's going to be good? You know me I can. I can sell some books. Part of it's like he played the you play the person. You didn't just play the book but they're like No. We're not going to publish. It and I was gutted but then it was like okay well I can either go and find another publisher and I could probably pull that off if I worked hard enough at it or exit site. Look I'm just GONNA go for it but I'm committed that if I'm self publishing I'm GonNa do it as a professional not as an amateur so when you pick up that book you increase. It doesn't feel like a self published book. It's it it has all the cues this was published by a you know a regular printing press and. Yeah it's going from success to success so not only is the Soda Bunch. I feel smug because published. I Bet I bet on myself and played pretty well
"stander" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Collective I have released a guidance document to all staff students faculty blah blah blah how to support a positive inclusive campus during the Cold nineteen crisis yes that's right the the document informs I use the UC family by telling them to reject racism sexism xenophobia and all hateful or intolerant speech both in person and online and be an up Stander hell's an up Stander you mean an upstanding citizen now albeit one that's defines for your narrow guidance documents okay not very diversity minded for folks who may be in a wheelchair yeah that's a very good point the document then goes on ari here's the first thing do not you're not to use the term Chinese virus or other terms which cast either intentional or unintentional projections of hatred towards Asian communities and do not only do you not and do not allow the use of these terms by others so basically all members of the campus community are referred to the virus only is cold at nineteen or corona virus and all oral and written communications so they're implying that again this is a small group of people in this case the council chief diversity officers who have who are making the judgment call for everybody in society that by referring to it as the Chinese virus or the will hand virus or you know doing something horrible.
House passes $2.2T rescue package, rushes it to Trump
"Among other things the two point two trillion dollar package has direct payments for many Americans boosted unemployment benefits and help for businesses large and small it's there is substantial house speaker Nancy Pelosi shortly after the bill easily passed by voice vote Kentucky Republican Thomas Massie had tried to force a roll call vote to put each member on the record that would have delayed approval while forcing lawmakers to take risky flights here to Washington Masih those accusing pelo C. A. G. O. P. leader Kevin McCarthy of a cover up they don't want to be on record of making the biggest mistake in history his move infuriated president trump called Massey a third rate grand Stander who should be thrown out of the G. O. P. Sager mag ani Washington
House approves final Coronavirus stimulus after thwarting last minute block by republican Thomas Massie
"Investors are keeping an eye on Congress the house started debate on a massive coronavirus economic recovery bill the AP soccer Madani reports this may hit a snag the house will be in order the house began with Maryland Steny Hoyer called an unusual but critical session with lawmakers keeping their distance not out of hostility but out of love for one another but there is also anger on the house floor where GOP maverick Thomas Massie's threatening to delay passage until most members return for a roll call vote instead of allowing the relief bill to pass by voice vote several GOP leaders have been pushing Massey to back off with Texas is Kevin Brady saying quick passage is vital for the nation today's vote is about saving lives and livelihoods president trump is ripping Massey on Twitter as a third rate grand Stander who just wants publicity man who should be thrown out of the G. O.
US consumer spending up modest 0.2% in February
"The commerce department report for February the house will be in shows order spending the house edged began up with two Maryland tenths Steny of a percent Hoyer called the an same unusual amount as January but critical session personal income with also lawmakers match keeping January their distance rising a not solid out of six hostility tenths of a but percent out of love however for one those another increases but there is are also likely to anger fall on off the house with floor millions of where Americans G. O. P. losing maverick their jobs Thomas Massie's in the past threatening couple weeks to delay the passage Senate has passed until a two most point two members trillion return dollar for economic a roll relief call package vote with the instead aim of cushioning of allowing that the relief blow bill to well pass not by expected voice to be vote enough to keep the several country out GOP of recession leaders have economists been pushing say Massey it could to back help off promote a with stronger Texas is quicker Kevin Brady rebound saying quick consumer passage spending is vital accounts for for seventy the nation percent today's of all vote economic is about activity saving lives in the U. and S. livelihoods Ben Thomas president trump Washington is ripping Massey on Twitter as a third rate grand Stander who just wants publicity man who should be thrown out of the G. O. P. Sager mag ani Washington
House debates $2.2T virus relief bill amid last-minute snag
"The house will be in order the house began with Maryland Steny Hoyer called an unusual but critical session with lawmakers keeping their distance not out of hostility but out of love for one another but there is also anger on the house floor where G. O. P. maverick Thomas Massie's threatening to delay passage until most members return for a roll call vote instead of allowing the relief bill to pass by voice vote several GOP leaders have been pushing Massey to back off with Texas is Kevin Brady saying quick passage is vital for the nation today's vote is about saving lives and livelihoods president trump is ripping Massey on Twitter as a third rate grand Stander who just wants publicity man who should be thrown out of the G. O. P. Sager mag ani Washington
"stander" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Providing details about the suspected gunman a sailor assigned to the naval shipyard the subject was assigned as a duty watch Stander it was armed for security duties officials say the sailor killed two civilian workers before turning his gun on himself and killing himself and Alabama police officers been killed and one Huntsville police say was a drug related investigation the suspected shooter was captured the officer was wearing a tactical gear and a bullet proof vest but investigators say the bullet hit an area not protected by the safety equipment the officer has not been identified but police say he was a twenty year veteran of the departments Twitter is taking aim at the trump administration's collection of social media information from visa applicants Twitter says it strongly opposes the state department's requiring visa applicants to share personal social media handles in applications the tech company tweets it is committed to fostering free expression in public conversation for everyone and feels collecting this data has a chilling effect on that conversation to documentary film groups is suing the trump administration claiming the rules violate the expressive rights of applicants the state department's previously saying it receives over fourteen million applicants a year arguing it will strengthen its process for vetting and confirming applicant's identity krystin Goodwin fox news real health officials looking into the nationwide outbreak of vaping illnesses are now listing the most common brands link to hospitalizations most of the nearly twenty three hundred people hospitalized we're vaping liquids containing teen age see the high inducing part of marijuana the centers for disease control and prevention today saying dank of apes is the brand used by more than half of those who became ill other.
"stander" Discussed on WTVN
"A by Stander police offering condolences that shoot out that ended the chase at a busy intersection twenty miles away in Miramar Dave Packer ABC news three members of the Army National Guard are dead after their Black Hawk helicopter crashed today in central Minnesota governor Tim walls we have all Minnesotans we offer our deepest sympathies to the families of these warriors we paid the ultimate price and service to Minnesota and to the United States of America it isn't clear at this point of weather was a factor in the crash a video of a sixteen year old from Guatemala who died from the flu in a border patrol sell in Texas calling into question the trump administration's treatment of immigrant family current and former officials add border patrol tell me Hey we were so overwhelmed at that time there were five thousand migrants crossing a day into the U. S. two thousand of them in this sector alone in the Rio Grande Valley we we were just inundated still they had this boy he was their charge he had the flu and it is a very preventable disease in the United States had he be taken to the hospital he would survive ABC news chief national correspondent Matt Gutman house Democrats say they'll drop formal articles of impeachment against president trump speaker Nancy Pelosi said they have no choice but to act swiftly blind prisoner convicted of killing his estranged girlfriend by setting her on fire was executed in Tennessee your listening to ABC news news radio six ten WTVN malice and why it's a new bill is making its way through the state house that would expand the sale of alcohol infused.
"stander" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"They could cause a Stander ourselves terribly across this our lives yeah I was a person who did not do well in physics in fact I was nodding off a lot of times in the two years I took physics right one day I was all eyes and ears when our instructor devoted the lesson to what happened to a human who is not seat belted in a vehicle and wow when you see the force may your body goes flying at when a vehicle is suddenly in an accident you're not wearing a seat belt freaky well as we move of a solid part of the thanksgiving holiday period then on to Christmas new year's I want you to make sure you do one thing and that is backseat passengers tend to be much more likely not to wear a seat belt in front seat passenger some mistaken belief that you're okay and the back not wearing a seatbelt even though you know the danger in the front the momentum works the same and Corey the governors highway safety association this is like dead serious is how many people are killed each year not buckling up in the back buckle up do it takes just a second Hey you don't go hurtling through the air it is the fine is not bad it's the sudden stop it's ugly you don't want that to be you so just think about doing that is a change in your life here's another thing people who ride in Hooper's and lifts typically ride in the back I am such a motor mouth I like to ride in the front and talk to the driver but anyway people tend to set my back in virtually never put on a seatbelt stop doing that put that seatbelt on because the danger you create to yourself or anyone else in the vehicle including the driver any other.
"stander" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"About you and me and something we are not doing they could cause a Stander ourselves terribly across this our lives yeah I was a person who did not do well in physics in fact I was nodding off a lot of times in the two years I took physics but one day I was all eyes and ears when our instructor devoted the last sin to what happened to a human who is not seat belted in a vehicle and wow when you see the force may your body goes flying at when a vehicle is suddenly in an accident you're not wearing a seat belt freaky well as we move have a solid part of the thanksgiving holiday period then on to Christmas new year's I want you to make sure you do one thing and that is backseat passengers tend to be much more likely not to wear a seat belt in front seat passenger some mistaken belief that you're okay and the back not wearing a seatbelt even though you know the danger in the front the momentum works the same and Korean the governors highway safety association this is like dead serious is how many people are killed each year not buckling up in the back buckle up do it takes just a second Hey you don't go hurtling through the air because the flying is not bad it's the sudden stop it's ugly you don't want that to be you so just think about doing that is a change in your life here's another thing people who ride in Hooper's and Wes typically ride in the back I am such a motor mouth I like to ride in the front and talk to the driver but anyway people tend to set my back and virtually never put on a seatbelt stop doing that put that seatbelt on because the danger you create to yourself or anyone else in the vehicle including the driver any other passengers by.
What is Organic Essential Oil?
"Talking all about essential oil quality and and what does it mean to say that you have the best quality assumption oil and so within this context where we're examining young living essential oil which is often put on the top of that list of essential oil quality so let's examine why and I wanNA keep talking about some of the controversies some of those frequently asked questions that people will bring up in relation to this conversation and the big one that I hear all the time is I don't want to buy from young living because they're not certified organic so let's start there what was referred organic it's a huge misconception because it is a topic where certification for just the plants lake now you can start with exceptionally high quality six on the organic stander but been Pooley Botch it on your preparation of it to give you an example if I take the the best quality Coffee and I use a cup of coffee and I grind the copy right there in front of you and then I I take it and I put into my coffeemaker negative I part of pot of coffee and opening up hotter my so you can look at these strange and I do it again from that same browns of coffee may do it over and over again until there's color left and I have mixed it all together in pot now for you a cup of Coffee Pot while I may have started with the best product but the end result is not something that you want to have as your coffee knowing really does it not matter or what kind of method you have for your distillation in your extraction process for your essential wells but it matters what kind of quality oh you have and what kind of time does have for those processes to continue also from the organic standard. It is a process that is required to have at least three years without chemicals in the browns or sprayed on the ground able to get organic standard why talk to lay on the plane who had a job working in organic testing and she tested soils and found that the yes after three years they weren't the chemicals weren't in the ground anymore but after five years or even seven years deal in the plants that were grown in those oils so getting this organic standard and then starting still off those plants may not even be reading yourself with the toxins that you're trying avoid to begin with which is living how much greater standards than that I heard one point that you're living in touch farms unless they were fifty years without toxic scene assize on the ground and in most cases they use farms that are totally version soil so they've never been I never had anything sprayed on
"stander" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In France Stander ground verdict guy Martin occurred president trump flew overnight to France for the G. seven summit what do you dress a number of issues before departing on Air Force One the president says he will stand up to China because the trade stakes are too high close to a trillion dollars a year to China I hope that with president but they understand we're not going to do it hi this is more important than anything else right now the benefit Alicia marquees submit blocked in a controversial stand your ground case in Florida was found guilty by a jury last night with blocked his family says they can now begin to heal after six hours of deliberation the jury found Michael Drake a guilty of manslaughter fires in the Amazon rain forest will be discussed during the Jeez meeting well Brazil's president claim situation is being exaggerated he's sending in troops to battle the fires correspondent Steve customer while Brazil's president has disputed claims that the number of forest fires in the Amazon or outside the averages he still plans to deploy the army to tackle the wild fires that I've been reaching in the rain forest the troops are being deployed starting today and the remaining through September according to a presidential decree obtained by CNN French president Emmanuel macron called the fires in the Amazon rain forest an international crisis that should be on the agenda at the G. seven president both tomorrow said my chrome was being sensationalist and using the fires for political gain I'm Steve casting doubt on gun police using tear gas to try to disperse anti government protests across the harbor from Hong Kong island it was the first use of tear gas in about ten days amid protests of the persistent for nearly three months in court just as repair Ginsburg appears to have fared well with radiation therapy or cancerous tumor on her pancreas I'm Barton occurred individuals and businesses with tax problems listen carefully.
"stander" Discussed on OnEducation
"So they go different ways in the path based on their choices or their needs. I'm really interested in that consumer speak more to this far as like. The path based choice based kind of the lines because I think that, that's actually, you know, gamification talk the next level of it. It's not just the assigning of points for doing things, which is fantastic, creating avatars. But that's the immersive part of it where you actually get some choice based in quest based learning. Right. And that's the piece that really engages students, it gives them agency gives them choice you can have a set of standards say that you want them to work on you give them the choice of how they wanna get there on what path they wanna take. Sometimes you could have within a quest one standard, but students could choose which way they want to go to achieve that Stander this super imports. We'll talk about student choice all the time student voice, but there's many times with teachers are like, how do even make that happen in how do I not be overwhelmed by trying to all these different factors or try to figure out how do I give different pathways? In class craft allows for that. Yes. Choose their own adventure. Yes. Absolutely. That's exactly what it is. So you going gonna tell us some news about something new at class craft tell us. So we just launched here at instituting nineteen we just launched the new ambassador program, which I'm totally excited about, because it basically puts the attention and the love back on our ambassadors who are doing awesome things. There's better benefits. There's doesn't love. And there's chances to talk to other teachers so we're giving them more chances to speak to media more chances to do conferences or supporting them because they're already out there. They're already being are champions. So we need to basically support them more and with that launch for new ambassador, we have a cool quest that they actually have to go through now. So they get to be the source. Second. Yeah. And they had to go through a question order to pick their own journey and see how what type of they would love to be if a listeners want to learn more about the investor program, where do they go? So right on our website, WWW dot class craft dot com and select teachers and then there's a new embassador program right on the bottom of that sauce big as so much for being on here. This is amazing spaces amazing. I love the new logo reclose craft and what they're working on, it's really gonna make an impact lending. Thank you. Thank you.
"stander" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Enough indoor space, Stander wrecked. Turn around and lie down check of your money on Wall Street. The Dow's up fifty one points. Breaking news on the hour at the half anytime at W away. I dot com. It's brought to you by Primo plumbing. Glenn Beck ahead on NewsRadio twelve hundred w our traffic updates go the extra mile so you don't have to. We tell you where the problems are in the most efficient ways to get around them. With traffic every ten minutes. Mornings and frequent updates all afternoon News Radio twelve hundred w away I do you sell stuff online. Then you know what? A pain shipping can be. It's time consuming. It's expensive. It's a hassle until now introducing ship station. The fastest easiest and most affordable way to get your products to your customers, whether you sell stuff on Amazon SE, Chiappa fi, or your own website with ship station. You can quickly ship, all orders from one easy to use dashboard, saving you a ton of time. There's even an easy to use mobile app, so you always have access plus. You'll save money with ship stations, deeply discounted rates from all the top carriers like USPS UPS that X in more you can always choose the best carrier at the lowest rate for every package. It's no wonder ship station is rated number one by online sellers in right now. You can try ship station free for sixty days. That's right, free. Just go to ship station dot com and enter promo code iheart. We guarantee ship station will make getting orders to your customers a lot easier. That's ship station dot com, promo code iheart. Ship station. Make ship happen for details..
How to stop a hate crime before it starts
"Some troubling news about hate crime in Canada. They are on the rise. The biggest Canada says this all adds up to a five percent increase in hate crimes across Canada up. Nearly forty percent. Look, there's no doubt anymore that open. Displays of racist, sexist or homophobic, hatred are on the rise. We have those numbers, and well, that's one of the ways we measure it. There are other incidents every day that might not be recorded as hate crimes, but represent the same thing. You know, those you can find them in your social media feeds, and you're not gonna have to look very hard. We follow us worry now. Yeah. Blong how we we're from here. But you understand I know who might be right shit blocking five building. Get on my way. Okay. Do you? Do you live here? Why do we feel that we need to be here? Like hanging out. Let's call nine one one to make sure then there's going on here. So sooner or later, something like this is going to happen either to you or in front of you. And if it happens in front of you, what are you going to do? This is a question that we started asking around our offices after a couple of public displays in the neighborhood where we work. We wanted to say that if it was us we'd step in with stop it. We'd help the victims and confront the offender, but how by doing what how do you assess the situation and then act what actually works. We quickly realized that we didn't have those answers. And so because it's what we do on this podcast. We asked someone who does. I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Shaquille children is the author of deep. Diversity, overcoming us? Versus them is a co founder of animal leadership, which offers consulting and training around diversity equity and inclusion Matt includes five Stander intervention Shaquille. As someone who does this work. What is the climate out there right now will if you like we're in a highly polarized time period, this has been super exacerbated since Obama's election, and then just went through the roof during the Trump years, and this is all in the context of really escalating anxiety since since the nine eleven attacks. We've been living in this for a couple of decades. But we are definitely at an arc. I would hope is a climax. But I'm not sure whether that's actually the case, it's interesting that you mentioned that you saw this kind of heating up with the election of Barack Obama unpack that a little bit for me. And tell me what you saw starting in two thousand eight. What we saw the rise of the tea party. Right. We saw the rise of people becoming so infuriated that and these were predominantly Republicans or very far right folks that basically were so infuriated with the fact that Obama got elected that quote, unquote, they were gonna take their country back. I mean, the under tones were so racist in this process. And then it just went on from there where there were protests and rallies were all these people predominantly white multiplicity white would show up armed to the gills. Yeah. To a protest folks of color can't do that. You can't show up at a protest armed folks of color are getting shot simply for showing up to a protest and getting arrested for showing up to a protest. Right. So we already started seeing that. And then we started things like the birth certificate. The birther lie that got continued in perpetrated like so we saw this escalation happening, and and then we saw the tea party. He
"stander" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"The second I have a pretty good opinion on this. I think the things that that make somebody that that impressed me people were I emission mindset. And that is the idea that you get that you've got this mission, and the people are creative, but they're driven to accomplish it you've seen it in starting small businesses whatnot. You can almost feel it when you meet someone then there's the sense of IM part of team and the point of the team the purpose of the team is to accomplish something. But my sacred responsibility is to take care of the other members of that team. And so you get somebody who isn't necessarily easy going the best soldiers. I ever saw weren't always the ones that were sitting around and joking and whatnot. In fact, they might be little diff-. Difficult to get close to. But when you're really trying to do something that's extraordinarily difficult. And sometimes requires pushing other people at pull them to do it. They are the people who stand up and accept that responsibility. And I saw time and again that proved really important in a in a difficult combat varmint. I see you. I'm sure you see this in your company's after you've had a really rough days e union comrade, you guys that you work within your business. You gotta have humor. You know? We kind of joke. Somebody comes in and steals a bunch of stuff from us or someone breaks into your business. It's not fun. You kind of get through it with humor. And you kind of have that kind of report with your team. I want to ask you there. A stanley. What kind do you have jokes kind of humor and stuffing after you had a big fight, and you kind of calms down or what kind of stuff do you talk about when you're in between combat? You're definitely engaged in combat, but it's kind of a low for a few hours, and you're in a foxhole, and you're. What kind of what kind of conversations to you? Yeah. It's interesting because first humor is very very important. And I think even when people don't feel like being funny or they don't feel like being upbeat the cultures of good military organizations is that's the way you act because that's when you're expected to act. So even things are frightening or if they're rough frustrating or you could be yet, a tendency to be a little bit despondent because you think you might loosen. There's this cultural norm that says I'm gonna act up beat. I'm gonna make jokes evidence at trial because it's infectious. Everybody knows how everybody else feels you know, you don't have nobody sits around saying. Boy, I'm scared boy, I'm really worried about this. Everybody takes a sort of tongue in cheek attitude chapter Stander stand that's video. That's every what is also frighteningly serious Sam overs tougher for you starting your business that you around the dinner. Table or jumping out playing. That's a great question. I think starting a business because jumping out of the plan with something I had expected to do as I was growing up. I wanted to be a soldier. I knew wanna be parachute trooper, and so you you just have this sense that this is another step in in my career when I left the military. I'd never thought about starting a business, and I thought, wow, it must be really hard. Because all these people who've started businesses, they must be really brighter that must be really lucky or something. So it was the unknown from it was much more unknown than anything militarily that I ever experienced capturing Saddam Hussein what was what was your role in in capturing Saddam Hussein. Were you the guy who tricked him? He said come over here. Roll capturing Saddam Hussein. That's great question. No, I was the commander of the task force. So I'm in the position of getting the credit for something that actually my people did. And so son McCain was captured like many cases, someone big..
"stander" Discussed on Business & Biceps
"I'm not hearing value. I'm not hearing. I'm the leading salesperson. I'm not hearing. I'm managing the most money or my goal. This year is to be a top ten producer. I'm just hearing. If I stay on the ship, right? If I'm one of the deckhands and everyone's jumping ship. You know, should I get more? No, you shouldn't get more. No, you shouldn't get more. You should do more. You should do more in this conversation should be framed up around what you're doing. And if what you're doing is increasing, and you are finding new ways to do it better ways innovative ways and that production is being reflected. Yeah. Then. You can couple that with loyalty. But if you're just saying, hey, man, I'm walking through the door every day people are walking out the door, but I'm walking through the door. Should I ask for a raise, bro? No, no, start focusing on walking through the doors, default, right? That's the default setting on work. Okay. You need to focus on what value my bring. So this is what played in my mind when I heard this. I thought of like a rowboat is taken on water, and you just standing there. But you ain't got a pail. You see what I'm saying like, and you just wanted to participation trophy because you still stand in the fucking ship that sank in when all the water's coming into boat now mother fucker you wanna Hugh what fucking make a difference to try to help thing. Not not saying here's the deal come up with something that makes the whole fucking thing. Shift work more than everyone else, if you really believe in the ship, but see that's not really what I heard what I thought what I heard was. I'm just hanging around the show, my loyalty, I know this bitches. Anyway. And I'm like prideful about that. Well, the fucker the things sinking figure out a way not to make it sink. Then you want to get paid. Then you become a fucking real animal in the business because you don't shift all like paradigm the other direction to make it successful. That's the shit. I would want to be interested in in here about niff- nod. If it's done sunk ship, you're not getting no fucking extra trophy for seven place because you just hanging out wide sinking. Basically, this sounds like typical millennial motion, right? And I did on the business where I've hire people love people who've come basically sold you with a stick around and for me sticking around and like John sale walk through the door and showing up. I'm hoping he sees that as value. He's gonna pay me more to stay like motherfucker. Let me let me start saying. Right. This should be like prom. Tom opportunity for you to assume different roles assume. Different responsibilities and for you to be the difference maker and the gang changer and while the businesses going, right, right? Millennials have this idea that if you're not kissing has or if you don't have donuts in the coffee room, or you can't let me vacation as much as I want to do work on my home terms that I'm fucking out of here. Right. That's that's the exact reason why show from hiring young people because they just fill title. They feel like everything is mind. You me more money. I don't wanna do more by the fucker. You were. That's the world will ever him like, bro. You can go in place every fucking day. Just like Johnny Corey said, you can be like how do I turn this entire fucking place around? How do I recruit better people? It may be a blessing that the people who don't want to be there may be out of there. Right. And you to ask yourself. How can I set the new Stander recruited a new Stander get people excited about being here instead of fucking talk. His shit and right messages to business and biceps right? Like straight up. I fucking doughnut mo- soon as like so this this reminded me of like, so we so when I hire when I hire my first year, a heart you start a company you first started out you get a bunch of young people just believing division. Right. And you don't really have standards because you've not established him because he's not been in business long enough. Right. So everybody's happy to loosely come and do what they wanna do even though they may perform still the environments loose..
Running Science: How does running affect your brain?
"Earlier we heard about the effect running has on your body. But what does it do to your brain Henriette from Prague is associate professor of biomedical sciences at the brain institute of Florida university running has extensive effects on the brain in humans overall, the effects are very beneficial. What we see this that there's benefits for our ability to sink, manage time pay attention plan. We also see benefits for our ability to remember vents places people, and how the linked together in addition to that we see actual changes in brain structure with exercise. So there's an increase in what we call gray matter depart of the brain contains the neurons and also white matter which consists of the accent. Pathways that connect cells to each other. And we see also increase in particular in the size of the brain area. That's very important for learning memory the hippocampus. Incidentally, this is the same brain area that is often affected in near degenerative conditions, such as Alzheimer's disease. And what happens with exercise step? There is an increase in volume of the campus also see up regulation of blood flow in that area. And in other areas of the brain in the NFC talk about things such as mood or of anxiety is that with exercise there's a reduction in executive this improvement in sleep quality on reduction stress Ramon level. So this is kind of things we know in humans. Why do we think you get these benefits in the brain with exercise? There are neuro chemical changes in the brain. So there are changes in neuro transmitters in some of these neurotransmitters are quote monal, Amy, and they include dopamine serotonin, nor epinephrine and that family of neurotransmitters strongly implicated exercise up regulates the level of mono Amy's. In addition exercise. It will also up regulate a protein called brain derived neurotrophic factor or B D N F. This is a very important growth factor in the brain, which is important for survival rows of neurons it influences their complexity it also influences Stander ability of neurons to communicate with each other. So to shown that if levels of Videon f are low that can be increasing exiled in that can also be learning memory problems. But other things we can see in terms of. A measure of executives, for example, stress for months levels such as cortisol in the bloodstream and those also go down with exercise over time. It's an may need to reduction in exile, eighty and depression,
Cops Can't Force People to Unlock Their Phones With Biometrics, Court Rules
"US magistrate judge Candace. West more of the US district court for the northern district of California in Oakland ruled that law enforcement cannot force people to unlock mobile phone with their face where their finger judge west mart wrote that quote, citizens do not contemplate waving their civil rights when using new technology, and quote, she further wrote that the government has other avenues to seek information. Like obtaining messages from Facebook, adding quote, while it may be more expedient to circumvent Facebook an attempt to gain access by infringing on the fifth amendment privilege against self-incrimination. It's an abuse of power and his unconstitutional, and quote, the real incomes in connection with the denial of a search warrant in Oakland, California based on an investigation into a Facebook extortion crime. Yeah, this is an interesting ruling, we we've had other rulings out there that that said, no, you you can force them to to use their finger to to unlock some. Thing because it's been using the old Stander of of you can't make someone give the contents of their mind. You can't force them to give you the combination to the safe, but you can make them produce the key. If they've got the key. You can force them to give that because that's not the contents of their mind. That's part of your search warrant, whereas biometrics is neither. And I think what I what I like about judge west. Moore's ruling is she saying this is this is just because it's new technology doesn't mean suddenly people get to just like they don't have any civil rights, and you have another way to do this. Facebook doesn't have end in corruption on messages in this case they're looking for messages from Facebook. So do go to Facebook and get get the information from them. That's not set a precedent here. What happens if they're seeking information from a service that does have it to end decryption? Right. Then I think judge west more. If I if I could guess what she might say is well, then you're out of luck. Somebody to do that. Because he seems very clear that to her this is a violation about the first amendments. But this is an important ruling. However, it's not going to be decided until this works its way up to the supreme court. However, judge west more does use the supreme court precedent on a different type of ruling to extend here. So you're seeing the kind of thing that happens when you solidify the law happening in her decision, which if I don't think this one will go there, but eventually when one gets up there and those previous supreme court decisions that sort of ruled in favor of someone saying, hey, just because you've got technology doesn't mean that you give up your rights seems to be the prevailing wind for now. So it it certainly so yeah. No.
Trump tweets about Mattis, Syria withdrawal and McGurk exit
"At checkout. Another top Trump administration officials signals he's resigning mcgurk the top US envoy to the global coalition to defeat. Isis said he could not carry out the president's orders to withdraw from Syria and quote, maintain my integrity. And now the president is hitting back in a flurry of tweets calling mcgurk a Stander and downplaying his resignation as a quote nothing event mcgurk hand plan to lead the administration in February. But he's moved up his exit in protest, and there's still no word who may replace General Mattis as secretary of defense, leaving the Trump administration with two major holes to fill in the global
With no deal, U.S. government shutdown likely to drag on past Christmas
"Quote, we won in the fight against ISIS and announced. The US would withdraw troops from Syria. His Defense Secretary resigned and Saturday another high level departure ABC's Lana Zack has more breadth. Mcgurk the top US on void to the global coalition to defeat. Isis said he could not carry out the president's orders to withdraw from Syria and quote, maintain my integrity. And now the president is hitting back in a flurry of tweets calling mcgurk agreement Stander and downplaying his resignation as a quote nothing event in Indonesia assu, NAMI tearing through areas in between the islands of Java and Sumatra at least two hundred and twenty two people were killed the wave. Triggering officials. Say officials say after a volcanic eruption ABC's rob Marciano has more on what happened. We do think that because of an eruption there we had an underwater landslide. Which basically does the same thing that a regular soon? Nami does which is you get a displacement of water when that happens these things can travel up to four five hundred miles per hour. Even with a warning system. It will take less than ten minutes. For this soon. Nami to get to where it was. So very little in the way of warning rescue crews now scrambling to find survivors, you're listening to ABC news. Newsradio six ten WTVN. I'm
"stander" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football
"And I wouldn't be asking the DJ I wouldn't ask Margarita villes actually, one of my least favorite Jimmy Buffett songs. Actually, I think it's overplayed like I'm a huge, Jimmy Buffett vantage. You guys know there's actually things. Played, it's a little. It's a little overplayed anyway. I'm. Of all the big hits that he has played out. It's played out a little bit. I mean, it's still enjoy it when you're at the concert. But when I when I tune on my Jimmy Buffett song, it's not one of the when I put on about for music. It's not what I referenced though to everybody on that song. So hundred percent and says me my favorite, I, I don't know we can all about by favorite was the one that said the block up the next parking spot because to find a cone with a cone. Favorite was short. It was quick. It was very funny. Didn't see it coming Nate's tender, Nate spenders. Nate's. My name is Nate? Yes. There you go. Nate my vote as well. Star on you? Like I as much as I am not a cone. I do appreciate that. I was actually the person chosen. For that as well. I mean, there are a lot of really good songs. Supergun all those great. Keep sending them. All right. So I guess we're going to see it then Nate Stander you are the week three ZipRecruiter smartest fan of the week graduations. We will reach out to you to figure out a way that you can help introduce us next week and be part of our podcast next week. There's a pole here also before we do that Paul, just so you know, because there is a new.
"stander" Discussed on The Four Top
"That talks a lot about breath work. And I talk a lot about meditation. So I'm hearing a common theme that we should be doing yoga. If we're certainly after being on a play, I always feel like my back is just messed up after sitting for so many hours. You sit at the airport, you sit getting to the airport on the plane, but the timing I want to be in a head Stander dog get your get your heart above your head. Yeah, yeah. Get out of your head. Just put the heart up, I. That's right. This is recommend. I think Kathy yoga tends to get an immediate van rap from a lot of people in the industry because they say it's too hard. Right? I've seen those bandy people on Instagram, and it's it's not something for me. And so one of the really easy pieces that we did was on, you know. Jetlag is a killer for most of us and legs out the wall, which Cathy was just demonstrating on in her way is a great way to encourage sleep into get your body. You know, relaxed. When you come off a plane and your stress, and you know you run to the hotel. And so a lot of our. Work is around giving things names that people on intimidated by showing that you're actually doing it like you doing yoga. It doesn't need to be on a mat in a class where the teacher, you know, you can. You can do it in an airport. You can do it standing in line at something that it's it's more a philosophy in a way of life, I think. And I even have, I'm yeah, I even have gentlemen who come up to me. Oh, I did a full. What band is that yoga and like, yeah, you're doing it. You know, it's very proud himselves. Yeah. Yeah. I, I think also one of the one of your visions for balanced glass was to was to have the tribe and so every week you profile a different person in the industry and not only profile them and sort of show them show everyone. The diversity of the people who are who are practicing mindfulness and seeking balance within the industry. But you ask each of them every single week. What do you do to maintain balance while you know in this in this industry? And so we've kind of accumulated a really interesting. Out of responses. I think yet we have. We had Hannah profiled, goodness, six weeks, six or seven nights ago. One of the first? Yeah. Yeah. Your next patron. What you're on your on notice behaving? Nothing that I've done which wasn't part of that interview, but I thought of it. Is that just saying, no, sometimes as a journalist, you get so many of to do press trips to go out to dinner to go to openings and just, you know, I have a daughter stepdaughter who's with us half the time and family locations. Sure you all do. And just that is very freeing to be like, you know what? There's no reason why I have to go to this. You know, I'm not going to write about it. It may be probably, you know, have something like this night. You know, I try to keep it to one of a week if I can. And even just, yeah, going on. Press trips are kind of difficult, especially if they're wine, press. I just can't keep up with with those people. Well, I, I have to ask you about one of the posts I saw it was digestion hacks for travelers. This. I'm always always have a stomach ache from consuming too much wine and cheese. As I mentioned, what what can I do? What main do allow? That's the first thing you can do is be aware of what your body can tolerate. You know, if you donate a lot of cheese cheese because it's there..
"stander" Discussed on Overdue
"Bookmark this one we should bookmark this one i don't know if we wanna get a fight with jimmy the white i don't know what spills you i don't know how many spell slots he has left today hopefully like fire three oh man okay which which do you think are trying to overpower him or we procedo i i would like a pause to join this cult in this time line we are totally cool doing what the ransom people tell us to do so now autumn of this all right yeah so let's go meet dr nova let's go to pause turn a page forty jimmy and some of the other white robed people guide you to a white hanger far from the main terminal building inside is a gleaming small jet the size of a fighter plane the pilot steps forward he to where the white blue trimmed robe welcome to mexico in the new syndromes we're ready to fly you to love has to meet dr nova the flight is not very long lopez remote town in the southern part of baja california the mexican is a wick appear article the mexican peninsula south to california that juts into the pacific ocean after landing you and molly stander outside the jet and look around a dry wind swirls dust in circles in the distance are bare rocky hills and a stretch of sandy beach along the coast to terrain strangely beautiful but you're frightened and you have to fight the impulse to run away and keep reminding yourself that you must find the missing velocity and save them from this crazy new syndromes organization your only choices to play along and meet their leader dr nova at jimmy's direction you hop into a jeep he drives along a road that winds steeply among a wilderness of rock outcrops as the jeep climbs higher the air feels cooler.
"stander" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"What voices aren't we hearing from yet and need to be heard in this conversation that you came across in your research now i mean of course it desperately it desperately disproportionate and we did everything we could to you know both apologized explain and correct for at at you know any any how we could but um it's just it's you know it's congenital to the to the field as it is to to other parts of the culture and um you know i was really grateful for that uh sandra peace ellen stander you know vis name that was new to me when uh she came into our viewfinder fina writes this extraordinary piece about uh spending time in the orbit of led zeppelin if there at their dynamic and egregious peak the rock businesses volatile rapid in dangerous there's no backing out of a concert contract signed if you musician get sick they shoot em up like a racehorse in sent him on he gets crazy they slap him into line long enough to finish the tour before they dump him for ailing dopers of buses legal ostracism deportation locked out of the money pile in america for rock group aiming determined leave for the top two day mob exhaustion anxiety release sex drugs travelling in trying against incredible odds with their bare hearts and whatever managerial leverage they could muster and then she basically just lets you know she was harass you know to within an inch of her uh tolerance and and uh she wouldn't you know she's sort of uh i would prefer not to like i that's probably the last time i'll put myself in that situation though she really let you know what the conditions for a you know potential uh working journalists be females working journalists in that field uh you know what it was lights at the time and it you know you can just imagine that for her willingness to tell us there's probably a 100storey is that people uh you know quietly quietly covered up out of their own sense of awkwardness or were you know indignity yeah uh the boys club isn't only that you know riders were higher male riders were hiring other mail writers or uh you know um credential izing one another but that the musicians themselves probably didn't take women seriously might not have.