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'The Split' Author Kurt Schlichter on Culling the Herd of RINOS
"Are we going to do with the establishment. Gop and is there. Is there a solution to having people who love. America not betrayed once they get elected cut. Well there is a solution and we've already found in in the last ten years. We have called the heard of rhinos significantly. There's no jeff. Flake coworkers gone And we have terrified into submission. other folks yet. I you know the media will report. Gorka know i've spoken to many republicans and off the record and they're terrified to oppose trump. Good good. look if you're sergeant through there to freaky he's to kick you in the rear to make you move forward. Okay you know one or the other. I remember an airborne stool so by in the door and said i'm not go and airborne grabbed him out a plane. I don't care how you come along you can come along dragon kicking and screaming or you can a walk side by side with me being this. But you're coming along or you're out of the game. You feel optimistic. Because of the romney's is still there. The chaining still leather. Oh yeah we're we're always going to have a range of folks but the best we're ever do would main susan collins so i'm happy with susan collins and when susan collins doesn't Do everything i want. I have a problem with susan collins. Because she's i don't think he's jerk. I think she's just more moderate than me. I do have a problem with romney in his bizarre moral posturing He just rubs me wrong way
Women's March targets Supreme Court, with abortion on line
"With abortion online nationwide protests drew thousands to Washington and other cities on Saturday to demand continued access at a time when conservative lawmakers and judges have put it in jeopardy in Cleveland they chanted save row in reference to the landmark Supreme Court case which made abortion legal in Washington they cheered for Planned Parenthood president Alexis McGill Johnson told the crowd this year nearly six hundred restrictions have been introduced in forty seven states no matter where you are this site is at your doorstep right now at the New York rally governor hopeful recounted how her own mother fought for abortion rights and she's been in the same fight her whole life I'm sick and tired of having to fight over abortion rights and settled in the nation at an unrelated event in Maine Republican senator Susan Collins said she's working with two Democrats and another Republican to make roe versus Wade the law of the land I'm Julie Walker
Real Estate Heir Robert Durst Found Guilty of Murdering Susan Berman
Fighting for Food Sovereignty in Kenya and Uganda.
"Thank you susan. Leonida for being on the breaking green ceilings podcast. Today we want to talk about the implications of free trade agreements. On african women specially from food sovereignty perspective. But i will start with our standard introductory question here on the podcast. Which is what role has nature played in your life and i can start with the anita or interest wondering for that first. The iba the videos descends to nature because he document shower penalties or by the social food at of a economic committee's report i'm raised from finding community and finding for so we actually directed me when we're producing Another thing i'd like to talk for example when you're relaxing use nature of that alexa eastern To league or whatever he thought we offer meaningless. Nfl but so you're connecting with a natural acid and of course that aspects appreciation mitch Your ruin susan lesser very interesting question but just to say that we alive because later is alive and if we look after it looks to us just the same and i think in the last two years we have seen exactly what nature can do when they tell you that you need one hundred million to get about for sitting as a boxy jam when mitch as playing to you realize the narrative changes as what we are we are leaving it and it's accommodating us. I don't know if we're being kind too for that's another story but
Jeff Bridges Says Tumor Shrank, COVID 'in Rear View Mirror'
"Actor Jeff bridges says his cancer is in remission and he's recovering from a difficult bout with covert nineteen I'm marches are a letter with the latest Jeff bridges writes on his website that his tumor that was twelve inches is now the size of a marble he also says he and his wife Susan guest and came down with covert nineteen in January while he was undergoing chemotherapy bridges says his wife spent five days in the hospital while he was hospitalized for five weeks as he puts it he was getting close to the pearly gates because of his compromised immune system bridges says he had a tough recovery and needed oxygen to walk around but he got well enough to walk his daughter down the aisle and dance at her wedding
What We're Made Of: A Vaccine Pioneer and Her Olympian Daughter
"Is first of all pablo is a gift of story. It's a reporter's dream julie. Foudy is an olympic and world cup champion with the. Us women's national team and now she's a soccer commentator and reporter for espn. You have a mom who is a scientist who has toiled for decades on something that she believes deeply in and this technology that led to the pfizer and modern vaccine. That's the scientific community took so long to understand to have a daughter who's an athlete who doesn't realize her full potential until later in life and their combined journey and a willingness to grind it out in the best ways and just figure it out along the way has literally changed the world and save millions of lives perseverance. That's pretty much my my life. My family's life in a nutshell and you spend time talking to these two women about their stories that are so intertwined julie there susan francia the daughter of the family in this world class rower defined odds and trying to keep forging ahead even when all sorts of challenges or being thrown your way. So what that's like in sports. My mom has lived at in science lot of ups and downs than you really appreciate those those ups
Texas' Near-Total Abortion Ban Takes Effect
"Cambridge before roe v wade and so i know what it was like when women didn't have this choice we couldn't control our own bodies our own destinies here. We are fifty years later fighting the same battle again. It's incredible to think that we would be going backwards. It's the women of limited means women of color women in rural parts of texas who do not have access. This is just devastating. Big no options whatsoever the texas law virtually banning abortion that went into effect today could have an impact on women far outside that state opponents were banking on the supreme court stepping in and stopping the measure from taking effect. But that didn't happen as political sums it up the court's decision to not act on an emergency petition from texas abortion. Clinics comes as the justices. Prepare to more. Broadly reconsider the right to an abortion. It established almost fifty years ago. Back with us tonight. Eugene robinson pulitzer prize winning columnist for the washington. Post and susan dell persio of veteran political strategist boast are msnbc analysts. Thanks to both of you for being with us susan. Let's start with you. There are a lot of people who fully know that. Republicans at a state level have been attempting things that are either faints or real attempts to to place restrictions on abortion for some years now but this has surprised a lot of the fact that something that feels very much like a total ban on abortion could actually get past the supreme court. Absolutely i ate it. Is it's sending shockwaves especially to a lot of the republicans who may instead like yes. I'm pro-life but you know roe v. wade's the lay the law of the land and they also believed in Exceptions to incest rape which this law does not have this is the harshest law that i think republicans could ever see coming and at this point i think even some republicans are going to have a hard time getting behind it. Come twenty twenty two
Could the Afghan War Have Been Prevented?
"Bowl duck is with us. Uh, Tori Richards Over at the Washington Examiner had a great interview with the Brigadier General, Sir. Welcome to the program. Thank you for being with us. She did 10 tours of duty in Afghanistan after 9 11, sir. I did from 2000 and 1 2013 10 tours and I lost 72 service members. I did not bring home So, uh, I have an idea what sacrifice was and you know the successes. And sad to see what we've done there, and I characterize it like you, sir, is an unmitigated disaster. Unparalleled political and military history to receive five bronze stars two Purple hearts Before retiring in 2017. You're running for the Senate in New Hampshire. It's an honor to meet you, General. I read your comments. I'll let you in your own words. You've described it. Similarly, as I have as an Adam shift show. Um, and that the and, you know, tell me if I'm wrong in my assessment that right now where we are today, I don't see any military option because we know what the Taliban will do with 15,000. According to Joe Americans, behind enemy lines or around 15,000. Well, yes, there's only one thing to do, and unfortunately, it's a U turn. I agree with your assessment on President Trump's plan. Um I also know that seven years ago, the Obama administration have and if I'm correct, the vice president was part of that made a terrible decision to change our strategy. From a counterinsurgency strategy. Bottom up that was being very successful and we did have a mark on the wall of 2016, where we would be completely done with the transition of that program and the Taliban and Al Qaeda we believe would have been successfully defeated. So when he says he never heard of a plan or sorrow plant he's absolutely wrong because as vice president last administration him Susan Rice, the president, the National Security Council The chairman of the Joint Chiefs, staff secretary defense and all the leadership in Afghanistan knew this to be true. And when we told him it was a bad idea to
Rocker Marilyn Manson Accused of Spitting, Blowing Snot on Woman
"Musician Marilyn Manson is charged with misdemeanor assault on a videographer and a twenty nineteen concert in New Hampshire I marches are a letter with the latest Susan fountain was working as a videographer in the stage pits and Marilyn Manson's concert in Gilford New Hampshire two years ago when Manson put his face close to the camera and spit at her according to a police affidavit it says Manson allegedly returned a second time covered one nostril in blue mucus out her Manson surrendered to Los Angeles police last month in connection with the incident the two charges each can result in a jail sentence of less than a year and a two thousand dollar fine if convicted Manson's attorney did not return requests for comment
Newsom Declares State of Emergency in El Dorado County Due to Caldor Fire
"Customers in 18 counties to prevent winds from knocking down power lines and starting more fires. Cal Fire says the caliber fire has now burned 30,000 acres is 0% contained and to the North California's largest wildfire in history. The Dixie fires burning within eight miles of the city of Susan Ville.
Q&A: How to become a travel agent?
"I was a kid and my parents took us on vacation. They used a travel agent but flight. I know it's such an outdated idea but So people these days just go online and book things themselves but it looks like travel agents still exist especially to help people plan more trips and excursions as well as for luxury hotel bookings where agents still earn a commission and have access to the perks that a normal traveler doesn't get so. I'm wondering if you can let me know how i break into this market. Do i need to get certified and do you know what the earning potentials are looking forward to hear your thoughts on this by. I remember the same thing with my parents I grew up into families that were on opposite sides of the country Sometimes one family was out of the country. So i did a lot of flying back and forth for summers and holidays and such and at least a few times i remember going with my mom or my dad to the travel agency to book my tickets or even even to learn about options which i know a lot of our listeners are like oh my god i can't imagine a world like that and i can't imagine a world like that either. You know the internet is so much better But travel agents as susan said in susan. Thank you for the question. They do remain helpful for exactly what she mentioned. luxury trips. Specialized tours upscale hotel stays less over basic airfare since that's not usually commission -able anymore so traditional travel agents have largely gone out of business or at least they've had to evolve in some way because they don't get paid very well by the airlines airlines kind of figured out. We don't have to pay them so much. But there are other options as mentioned so susan asked about certification. It's not actually required as a travel agent. There are several different bodies fit offer certification. It's probably a good step in terms of your social proof to have something so if you look at the travel institute dot com also international travel institute dot com which appear to be two different business slash certification companies. I do think there companies more than organizations which tells you a bit But at least for one of them you can pay four hundred and fifty dollars. Then you become a certified travel associate
Susan B. Anthony Photo, Found in Attic, Now Going to Auction
"A rare framed photograph of Susan B. Anthony is going to auction the starting price for that Susan B. Anthony photo is five thousand dollars the twenty by sixteen inch picture was found in a concealed attic space in a building in Geneva New York after the property was sold in December the Rochester Democrat and chronicle says the owner of the building has work within antiques dealer to bring some three hundred and fifty items discovered in the attic to auction Anthony was a leader of the campaign for women's suffrage writing the text of what became the nineteenth amendment when it was passed in nineteen twenty giving women the right to vote that auction will take place September eighteenth I'm showing up later
Interview With Tennis Legend, Billie Jean King
"So just as we often say how much has changed for queer people in the last fifty years your bookers reminder that that statement is also true for women and your case being a woman and a professional tennis player wasn't even a career path that existed. So when you were starting out how are you thinking about what was possible for a career in tennis. I played team sports as child. I in a lot of people may or may not know my younger brother. Randy moffett moderates are birth. Name became a major league baseball player. So sports is in our blood. I dad was a good athlete. My mother was good athlete. So susan williams in fifth grade asked me. If i wanted to play tennis and i said what's tennis i thought i would probably wouldn't play because she played the country. Calm and my dad's a firefighter. Aside well this is an my realm of thinking. I've also played on the softball team and she told the coach. She'd taking me out to play tennis and she said oh they give free instruction here on tuesdays applied walker. And it's free coaching. While i go out to have my first session with clyde and at the end of it i knew i wanted to be the number one tessler in the world but then was amateur and i didn't like that because i grew up around pro sports pro met. You're really good at what you did and amateur. Music was a hobby so one of the first things. I wanted to change sport. As far as being a professional sport it were none really no options as a child for girls and today there's still many more options for boys. What really happened though. What really changed my life. My epiphany was when i was twelve. I was just daydream. One day and realize that everybody who played tennis for white shoes and white clothes play with white balls and everybody who played was white. And i asked myself whereas everybody else. Where is everyone else. So that was my moment that i dedicate the rest of my life to fighting for equality for everyone everything i've done. We'll go back to that moment. That epiphany twelve years old.
Senate Starts Debate on Biden's $3.5 Trillion Infrastructure Plan
"To combat climate change, expand health care and education, access and overhaul immigration laws. Senate Budget Chairman Bernie Sanders says Democrats plan will improve the lives of Children, working families and the elderly. He described the goal of their plan this way. Restore the faith. Of the American people in the belief That we can have a government that works for all of us. Once the Senate approves a budget resolution outlining those goals, Senate committees will get to work drafting legislation. Susan Davis NPR NEWS Washington New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he'll leave office in 14 days amid allegations of sexual misconduct involving Nearly a dozen women as NPR's Brian Mann reports. The move came as Cuomo's political support continued to crumble. In a televised address. Cuomo maintain that the
Robert Durst Denies Killing His Friend in Murder Trial Testimony
"Robert Durst took the stand of this California murder trial Monday immediately denied killing his best friend, the 78 year old New York real estate heir answer No. When his attorney asked if he killed Susan Berman. He then answered No. When asked if he knew who did. First is on trial in the fatal shooting of Berman at her home in
Julie Grant and Sam Blackman on Cancer Drugs for Kids
"Julie grant and sam blackman. Welcome to the long run. Thanks luke thankfully To be talking to you again. It's been a long time. Yeah so Day one biopharmaceuticals. You are trying to chart a new course here in pediatric cancer drug development. Can you start off by telling me like where this came from. What's the origin story of day. One julia you wanna start cher. I i think the origin story of day. One is a lot of serendipity a lot of fortune and i think also A lot of really good people who wanted to make a difference in a group of patients who have been rather overlooked by our industry historically which has children with cancer. And luke. I think back to to some of our conversations not thinking back to two thousand eighteen in before we ran into each other at the biden. Cancer initiatives Conference together. And the way that this really was raised on on my radar was through a a physician. Who at the time was the chair of the children's oncology group Gentleman named peter adamson who at the time was Chop so at a u. penn's pediatric oncology center. And he at these meetings that we were having to try and think about national level. Change for oncology in the united states. He really raised my attention that he he thought that there were medicines that could potentially work for children that were not moving forward because of lack of support from the pharmaceutical industry and that really caught my attention and we had a series of meetings where he educated me along with a woman named susan. Winer who lost. Her child took to cancer in his been a lifelong advocate in in the field and talking to congress about legislation and through that process. I became much more aware of of this. This unmet need in pediatric oncology. And it hit me that it also could create a real opportunity for company. Originally i was thinking it would be a nonprofit that i would be part of but then over time it it really converted into a concept which we can get into as a for profit
"susan b" Discussed on Made of Mettle
"I'm in love with these susan's house was a stop. On the underground railroad. This would have undoubtedly put her in contact with many abolitionists and those individuals who were escaping slavery aka fugitive slaves. Another incredible person that susan helped. Harriet tubman herself. Yes susan b. Anthony and tubman were friends. Y'all know my mind is in shambles. After these last couple of absolutes absolute shambles now. I just want to be clear on the overwhelming amount of work that was ongoing simultaneously for susan. She was always speaking traveling writing working and mentoring women organizing meetings and rallies getting petitions organizing volunteers. Susan was doing it all and will continue this level of dedication and incredible work ethic until her death at this time. The civil war had john attention away. From the women's rights movement significantly bringing suffrage work to a grinding halt. Susan would be the main organizer behind the eleventh national women's rights convention in eighteen sixty six the first convention since the civil war began now. It should be mentioned. The women's rights movement was not without flaws with opposing views creating a divide in the group a more conservative portion of the women's rights group who viewed susan as to progressive would form their own segment which would publicly denounce an oppose. Susan's women's suffrage efforts. Susan worked to revive the movement despite the differences in approach. Susan also published several articles in newspapers while traveling giving historic speeches and lectures. Sound familiar. one. Such memorable newspaper was the revolution a newspaper that was created with elizabeth stanton in order to provide a platform to share unbiased views from women. Sadly this was short lived as funding. The newspaper on their own proved difficult. Not to be discouraged. Susan would form the women suffrage convention in washington. Dc in eighteen sixty nine around this time. Women's suffrage had again reemerge as one of the country's biggest issues. Susan would continue her work staging several political appearances even earning an audience with president theodore roosevelt in her lifetime in early eighteen. Seventy women's voting rights were on the forefront. Susan encourage women to register to vote which was illegal at the time in eighteen. Seventy two susan was arrested when trying to cast her vote. In the president's election her charge illegal voting susan's trial began a year later and was followed closely by the national media. When being threatened with legal action most people would back down and relinquished their views especially against an obviously rigged.
"susan b" Discussed on Made of Mettle
"I wanted to give a huge super shoutout to my official very first supporter on by me. A coffee david. David bought not just one but two books. He also left some really nice feedback which absolutely made me blush into europe. Thank you so much david for the books and support. I am so happy that you love the show. And i am so grateful to come together with you every week. Thank you david now. Let's get right into it honestly. It was so fun rediscovering. This person as i hadn't done this level of extensive research on their history since high school which was a long time ago in a galaxy. Far far away guys just to be clear so today. I'll be talking about someone who was simply. Put a maverick and a trailblazer. This person was born into a world where they were immediately marginalized and disadvantaged by the majority imprisoned by laws rules and expectations that simply did not fit their ideals or allow them any independent agency. A person who decided that instead of accepting the unacceptable they were going to make it their life's mission to enact lasting impactful change on this world radical change that would benefit an open doors. Once closed for hundreds of years to millions of people change. That would be felt in realized for years to come all originating from the bravery of just one person today we will be discussing the radical the rebel the revolutionary susan b. anthony foo susan brownell. Anthony was born on february fifteenth eighteen twenty in adams massachusetts. Susan was the second of seven siblings. So this next bit about susan's upbringing with something that i always found infinitely interesting. And that is that. Susan was raised in a household that practiced a form of quaker beliefs. Susan's father was a quaker. And although he himself did not believe in all the ideals and felt some of the rules to be prohibitive he encouraged his children to become independent and value morality above all else which encompassed a large portion of the quaker ideals. The quakers will one of the first religious groups to publicly in wholeheartedly denounce slavery.
Extreme Wildfires Force Thousands to Flee
"Claims, forcing thousands to evacuate the river fire pushed by dangerous winds and fueled by bone dry brush sweeping through two counties in northern California. 50 years of stuff is gone. The flames and wind forming this smoke NATO and taking aim at the town of Colfax over 75 buildings destroyed their this fire burned through here so fast and so hot and incinerated cars burned homes. And residents here playing this woman getting to repair its home just minutes before their house caught fire. I got him out of there, and we had to run and I have never seen a firestorm. This bad. The Dixie Fire in Northern California, turning skies Red in Lassen County and Susan Ville this after the fire, demolish the town of Greenville, Bitches got Like the saying goes all hell broke loose. The fire has burned for more than three weeks, engulfing an area the size of Los Angeles residents in Chester now fleeing their homes as the flames approach. It's devastating. Um it's really my first home. He took a load of stuff. So this is just sent in my house. With more than 88% of California. Experiencing extreme drought, wildfires have ravaged the state earning more than 656,000 acres. So far, the extreme conditions leading to Lake Oroville lowest
An Apps Plan to Profit off Your Fear
"So can you first tell us a little bit about what citizen is and does citizen launched in two thousand sixteen. It was called vigilante at the time. Sort of sold itself as the opening up of the nine one one system. You could see what was going on around. You sold it as like you could then serve act on it. In a way that made people think they were encouraging people to be vigilantes. The name didn't help so it was banned from the app store and they relaunched as citizen in two thousand seventeen with a selling point as more of like this is just make people aware of the world around them. Basically the scrape nine one one off of like scanner information and then they visualize it so you open it and you can see where all the nine one one calls very easily on a map. Who know what they are and then people can go to the scenes or if they're already at like video photos whatever and comments and stuff like that. So it's a sort of community thing that just tells you all the batter weird emergency things that are happening in your neighborhood so we had vigilante and then that became citizen and now citizen is launching citizen protect. Tell us a little bit more about the new service. So susan protect is one of the ways that this company hopes to sorta monetize the the sa- free service that brings. It's a twenty dollars a month. Subscription service introducing citizen protect. Your protect agent is just one tap away if you enrolling it you have access to like protect agent and you can call upon that person if you need or think you might need emergency assistance. And then they can help you out. You can do that either through you know tapping the agent button on your app or you can swipe to enable something called protect mode so this actually sounds a bit like poison control. It's an someone you can call if you think you need help but don't know what you need but for twenty dollars a month i have to imagine. It's more sophisticated than that. Yeah i mean we have an app here so we're going to take advantage of all the things you can do from your phone. Technology gives you a protect mode. Which is the thing you know you swipe to enable you can either do something called distress detection which is where a i saw a person but a computer is like listening through your phones microphone for sounds of like screaming or something and then it will either ask you if you want to be connected to an agent or it will automatically connect you if you don't respond quickly enough
"susan b" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"A very young age. I think it was five that you never wanted to do anything other than right. And you said it was like being a magician taking words and making pictures with them taking readers to places and into situations. They've never be in otherwise so you started writing very young just for yourself. I always felt that there was a truly out chemic- quality to writing that fascinated me the idea that you could read words on a page and feel really feel that you were somewhere else or you were inside. Someone's head or that. You could see an exotic place to me. That was extraordinary. I couldn't ever and still have never gotten over the wonder of that. Of course when you see something really powerful. It's appealing to think. I want to do that too. Even though it was a time in my life for a way too young to have any really thoroughly developed idea of what that might mean the magical quality of writing drew me in from the very beginning. And i never fantasized about doing anything else. I just wanted to be a writer. I understand that your high school encounter with tom. Wolf's the electric kool aid acid test was transformational compared to hearing for the first time was it whilst writing or the story that you felt so compelling or somehow the sort of interweaving of both. That's a great question. I think that it really was the writing. I mean the story was amazing. And i think for people growing up in that era and learning about this incredible crazy mary pranksters and this wild wild social experiment that they were doing of course. It was incredibly exciting I was midwestern suburban girls so there was a certain allure of a life that i was never going to have that grew out of reading matt. But what really astonished me and made me read. The book over and over again was the writing and tom. Wolf mean he really did shake up the idea of what you could do with nonfiction. There were great nonfiction. Writer is Before him certainly but he his complete freedom and willingness to throw away every convention and inhabit the language in a different way was like nothing. I'd ever read an and you know at that point. Actually i didn't read a lot of nonfiction. I you know. I was a high school kid and we all read fiction in english class. I read lots of magazines. But i wasn't reading the nonfiction of aj lee blang. Or joseph medical. I mean there were lots of brilliant nonfiction writers who are writing books at that time. But i had never read any of them so to read a book like this. That was not only in terms of form so radical but the idea of what it was writing about was so astonishing that combination to me was literally mind blowing. I read the book. I started reading it again immediately. I carried it around with me. I'm not exactly sure why but carried it around with me for most of eleventh and twelfth grade. I just always had it with me and i would flip through it sometimes just reading little bits of it here and there and of course i love the grateful dead so i mean there were aspects of it that also connected to things i was interested in anyway but part of what i also found thrilling. Was the idea that this was a worthy subject. That writing about this unusual band of unconventional outliers was was a good subject. That really blew my mind. You said that you wanted to be someone who wrote long stories about interesting things. Rather than news stories about short lived events. Was that influenced by tom. Wolf and his work. Absolutely i think he and later as i began reading joan did in other writers of that that generation i realized that i didn't have an instinct for news. I wasn't somebody who was a news breaker. I didn't care about it. And i remember when i was in college a lot of my friends on the college paper and they were amazingly driven to learn things that people didn't know yet. It was a revelation to me where i thought. I don't really care about being first to know something that that isn't what excites me. What excites me more. Is that element of discovery of zeroing in on something in fact i think that i'm as interested or maybe more interested in looking at something incredibly familiar that everybody knows and saying well. Have you ever considered it this way or you think you know this but do you really know this in. It's been my curse in a way and blessing. I'll say but definitely a in the sense that on first glance a lot of what i write about would draw from people the reaction of who cares or why. Why would anybody write a book about that. Why would anyone right a new yorker story about that. I kind of love that i. I sort of love the contrarian aspect of that of saying well actually. I'm going to surprise you because you're going to discover. This is actually incredibly interesting. I almost found it more enticing to take on that challenge. I i read a really interesting quote from charles. Mcgrath about your job interview at the new yorker Says this about you. She came into my office and in this space of a twenty minute. Conversation had about one hundred ideas for stories and about eighty of them were good. Wow and actually thrilling. I was wondering how on earth did you have. Eighty good ideas. I'm still waiting to come up with one. I good idea to pitch the new yorker and i'm sixty. That's so funny. Well you know one of the great things about my certainly back then and to some degree. This is still true. But i was so uninhibited. It's almost like being willing to try out a joke without any fear of whether people will laugh or not so i threw out a million The fact is if you sat down and just said quickly off the top of your head. Tell me ten things that you thought about today and you didn't sit there and think will will there be an audience for this will. How will i do it. What's the point of just uninhibited. Throw it there and see if it makes any sense. And i think that when i went in for that interview i sat down and just without any fear of embarrassing myself because i was simply too naive to understand that that that could happen. I just spewed out all of these things. That i was curious about and i do think that the lack of inhibition is really important when you come off was story ideas. I think we've all become used to the idea that you have to sell an idea to an editor and the editor has to sell the idea to the magazine and there has to be an audience and you know there are a lot of factors that weigh on it beyond just. Are you excited about writing about this. Well i think that the the real beauty and sort of magic of your work as you make these things interesting. I'm not sure the be quite as interesting without your perspective sort of attached associated to them. But i'm curious because i talking about lack of ambition. Is it true that you got the job interview at the new yorker by writing. Charles mcgrath about a job on the strength of a rumor. Yes it's actually one of these stories. That sounds very enchanted. Because you can't believe it happened. But at the time i just moved to new york and i sharing an office with another writer and we didn't really have a wall between our workspaces so we could really hear everything that the other person said on the phone and one day i heard him in a conversation that sounded from my eavesdropping nosiness. Like he was talking to somebody about the new yorker looking for new talk in the town writers and when he got off the phone i said to him. Did i hear this. Did i eavesdrop this correctly. That the new yorkers looking for writers and he said yeah that he had heard through this other friend that maybe they were looking for writers. So i just was off to the races. I gathered up my clips because of course in my mind i had spent the last five years preparing to apply to the new yorker. The new yorker did not know this. I believed it. I believe it was happening. So i put together my clips and i.
"susan b" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"13 years before the American Civil War, civil unrest and division separated countrymen into two opposing camps. One determined to keep African American people in slaved the other determined to see all people free Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Christian mob felt the call to fight for that. Them when they were selected as delegates for an anti slavery convention. But upon arrival, we were told they could not speak or vote at the male dominated event on July 9 18 48 lot. Stanton and three other women met for teeth. By the end of the day, they formed a coalition with the sole purpose of gaining the right for women to vote, so they in turn would be free to fight for the freedom of others. Women across America, United informed activist groups working tirelessly to win the vote for American women. The unconquerable Susan B. Anthony became one of the most visible leaders of women's suffrage win in 18 72. She registered and voted for every Republican on the ballot as punishment for her actions. She was arrested for illegal voting. At the request of Susan B. Anthony senator, a sergeant introduced the 19th amendment. In 18 78. Susan B. Anthony amendment was submitted and defeated four times. But women continued to fight Sojourner truth, and many other black suffragettes defied segregation fighting for all women's voices to be heard and allowed to vote for the two years prior to ratification. Silent sentinels finally picketed the White House. Finally, when Republicans regain control of Congress on August 26 1920 equals The amendment was signed into law. Women's suffrage movement took 72 years and would change the lives of women forever. Victory was achieved peacefully through the valiant efforts of women. Patriots hand the democratic process. 100. Years later, In a bold declaration of rights for women, President Trump granted a full pardon to Susan B. Anthony on the 1/100 anniversary of the 19th amendment ratification women's suffrage. From a desire to fight for the freedom of others. Now way great Patriots of America will band together once again, and with one unified voice. We will vote for freedom. I'm Carrie Mcenany. You may know me as a supporter of President Trump. But tonight I'm here to share with you how.
"susan b" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Anthony became one of the most visible leaders of women's suffrage win in 18 72. She registered and voted for every Republican on the ballot as punishment for her actions. She was arrested for illegal voting. At the request of Susan B. Anthony senator, a sergeant introduced the 19th amendment. In 18 78. Susan B. Anthony amendment was submitted and defeated four times. But women continued to fight Sojourner truth, and many other black suffragettes defied segregation fighting for all women's voices to be heard and allowed to vote for the two years prior to ratification. Silent sentinels finally picketed the White House. Finally, when Republicans regain control of Congress on August 26 1920 equals Amendment was signed into law. Women's suffrage movement took 72 years would change the lives of women forever. Victory was achieved peacefully through the valiant efforts of women. Patriots hand the Democratic process. 100. Years later, In a bold declaration of rights for women, President Trump granted a full pardon to Susan B. Anthony on the 1/100 anniversary of the 19th amendment. Ratification. Women's suffrage was From a desire to fight for the freedom of others. Now way great Patriots of America will band together once again, and with one unified voice. We will vote for freedom. You may know me as a supporter of President Trump, But tonight I'm here to share with you how he supported.
"susan b" Discussed on No Agenda
"Back back and then, and then like the old joke where the woman says all the portions, she says, all this food at this place is so bad and the other woman says it is bad in the portions are so small an old old joke. This is the way this ends up to because does not only bad that they that trump did this but Susan B. Anthony was a racist president trump can you stay pardoned suffragette Susan B Anthony, and commemoration of the hundredth anniversary of the ratification of the nineteenth amendment which gave women the right to vote, and then he was arrested in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, two for voting when women were banned from the process. In response New York's Lieutenant Governor Kathy Focal tweeted quote as highest ranking woman elected official in New York on behalf of Susan B. Anthonys legacy we demand trump rescinded his pardon if she was proud of her arrest to draw attention to the cause for women's rights and never paid her fine. Let her rest in peace donald trump unquote the nineteenth man was ratified one hundred years ago in nineteen twenty, fourteen years after Anthony's death it was not implemented equally however, black women wouldn't enjoy full voting rights for decades until passage voting rights act of nineteen sixty five Susan. B.. Anthony Yourself has been accused of racism for focusing on White Women's suffrage instead voting rights for all women's. All all women matter. Please oh. So. Sad. I sure hope the mainstream media doesn't go down in flames because. We have no show. We need the bad reporting. Do it right? We do need to bed reporting it helps. Going.
"susan b" Discussed on WSB-AM
"That their hometown was Susan B. Anthony's hometown, which happens to be the home town that she was arrested in for voting back in the 18 sixties. I believe Rochester, New York. And she was pardoned yesterday and then Trump did it as a political thing. But then Tim Andrews is telling me that the left is angry because she didn't want to be pardoned. Yeah, she would have wanted, too was an act of defiance, and she was proud of it. She never admitted She did anything wrong and Trump's just I What I wonder about Susan B. Anthony. I don't know this, but I think a lot of people on the left would be surprised if some of their heroes came back from like 18 60. Kind of like with Abraham Lincoln showed up on the starships Starship Enterprise. Yeah, he was a good guy for his time. But he was a little out of his time. Yeah, turned out. He was the most racial person wrote racially charged person. On the deck of the future, but I think a lot of what they all prohibitionist. I don't know about her in particular. Ah, lot of the Ah, they wanted the vote because they wanted to be able to vote for Prohibition. I think the first thing that happened Yeah. Temperance, right? Yeah. Get the vote 1920. Then a few years later, you can't buy alcohol anymore. Thanks. Well, I wasn't alive, so didn't affect me. I just think it's I think it's funny that if a lot of like leftist today I think if they met some of their heroes I think they'd be way more conservative than they would expect because I think even being somewhat not conservative in 18 60 compared to now. You'd still be seen as a pretty conservative person. But she was pardoned, but I do. I am looking on Wikipedia here, and she was invited to the White House in her day President William McKinley. Invited her. She celebrator 80th birthday party was in the White House with McKinley. So maybe she didn't want to be pardoned. I don't know. Or maybe the left is just angry that a Republican did it. Maybe they want a dollar coin. Back in circulation was she was on the quarter. Back in 19 0. She was down in the quarter. She was the it looks like, According to me, it looked like dollars dollars. It didn't really work out. The Susan B. Anthony Dollar didn't do any better than the Ah In the second away a gold looking dollars. Are you parties on the old quote? What are you part of doing all that all the women who have been on coins on they all those women who have been on money in the United States part and to whom they have not done Well, That's why there That's what they going to do better when there is a $20 bill, there's going to be changed. Harriet Tubman that one people used well, even less now than they used to because of digital currency and everything is done online, but people still do have $20 bills. In their pockets that will be used. But you could never. It was a bad idea to put to try to put women on the money and then put them on money that no one ever used people people had no use for a coin. That was a dollar ever. In America. They just never had a use for it. And I remember the Susan B. Anthony was too much like a quarter. It seemed like a quarter. But it was actually a dollar and it got passed around that people were losing 75 cents here and there was not a good get You know, they get sexist that people chose George Washington over over Susan B. Anthony for their dollar. Ah, well, since Susan B. Anthony didn't exist. When George Washington No. One that I don't know when George Washington was first put on the dollar bill, That's a good question. That's a good question, but I think no, I don't think that that is sexist. I think he was the he was the first president. So he's going to find his way on the money. I just think they should have done anything that would give it to Susan B. Anthony or Sacha Julia. They should put just changed out one of the one of the bills because people actually used the bills. So it just goes to the Trump pardons. Susan B. Anthony and the left figures out a way to get outraged by it. He will, whether she wanted it or not. Is it outrageous? Oh, my God. So she no longer has a criminal history. And I guess that's what the left is mad about. She wanted the criminal history. Yeah, that wasn't that wasn't necessary. Once the vote came along in 1920, then, very shortly thereafter, nobody was allowed to drink anymore. Led to a lot of speakeasies. Now I'm not saying that That's the one issue that women vote on now, whether or not the government should stop their husbands from drinking all night long, but that's how it started. Is that not how it started to my wrong You 100% correct. So you know a lot of times. You can't hold that against women there the first time out, you get it wrong. They were all for Prohibition. 59 was when George Washington was first put on the dollar bill. So people want Texas when they chose George Watch, but his wife Martha Washington was featured in 18 86. No featured on the bill again. You mean made a guest appearance like dollar bills, like with that? Like the Love Boat? Sorry shirt, did she Did she do a collab with Eminem? She was like that tiny owl that used to be on the $100 bill, yet it's not there any more. I don't believe that we get into the conspiracy theories about that. This has been a weird show. Follow up on the studies. You know, this has not really been a radio show so much as it has been listening to. Ah, Ah, people talk on the telephone. I understand that you're trying to do it actually try to do a radio show for the next. I don't know, 50 minutes or so. So you started with a couple of studies we didn't follow up on, so let's start there. Actually, a couple of poles. Eric wanted to combine two pole. I want to combine two poles, but I had to ask you permission if that was okay. If I combine the poles or not. Well, it depends on never mind. I'll get in trouble. All right. The first one is a channel to pool our bodies upstairs. They determined that Trump and why do you keep calling them are buddies that we ever gone out with them. Wait. Have we ever had a barbecue with the channel to people Has that ever happened? We did. We had that one was told we're trying to do the convergence member. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I remember that. Everybody from Channel two sat at one picnic table, and everybody in radio set the other picnic table because that's just the way it is in the prison yard. Things stick to your own right with Daniel with Jared. You would. Yeah..
"susan b" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That the student newspaper has investigated that, quite to the extent that they might You're suggesting that intentions here were good, Even if the way that all has all played out has not been away. Anyone would have wanted it too. Is there Is there a lesson learned here Or does this just underscore? How very, very difficult in person tuition is going to be in the middle of a pandemic? Um Yes. I mean, I think that you know, Human sea has some of the best public health infectious disease. Folks in the country Health communications. If we can't bring those resources to bear in the way that we did with a successful result, I think it should give every other large public university in the country pause before going forward. And in that way, I hope that our experience will be a real service to the country. And indeed how Perhaps the federal government needs to think about these things and help institutions of higher learning preserve all that they offer and the economic engine that they are, even if they have to take as what we've called it an off ramp. Professor Mimi Chapman. She tears the faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which has just announced it is abandoning plans to have students on campus on moving to a fully online model for the rest of the semester. Professor Chapman Thank you. Thank you for having me. President Trump issued a posthumous pardon to suffer just Susan B. Anthony today in 18 72. She was convicted of a felony attempting to vote. Today's pardon comes on the 1/100 anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote. But in Rochester, New York, were Anthony lived and worked for most of her life. The move is getting a negative reaction. Among some as NPR's Liz Baker. Reports Christopher Ross and his wife are out for a walk in Mount Hope Cemetery with their seven year old daughter, making a stop at Susan B. Anthony's headstone. Take her out for the A great site. We know a lot of people come here on election data. They're stickers and so forth, Ross says. They're educating their daughter about Susan B. Anthony. But as for today's pardon, haven't spoken about that yet. Not huge fans and Feels a bit of pandering around the election, so I would prefer to keep her history separate from any connection to him. And his politics. The reason why he's doing what he's doing. What an opportunist. I mean, if he thinks he's going to get more women voters, I highly doubt it. Gwendolyn Warren is in town for a family funeral in the same cemetery and came over to pay her respects on the centennial. I think it's The idea itself apart in this wonderful but coming from him. Just doesn't cut it for me Among those who might also be angry about the party, Susan B. Anthony herself during her lifetime. She never wanted a pardon. She refused to pay one cent of the $100 find. She was issued and used her arrest and trial to gain publicity for the movement. She didn't think she did anything wrong, so why should she be pardoned? I think that President Trump misunderstands where Susan B. Anthony was coming from and what her stance. Wass. Linda Lapa is director of interpretation at the Susan B. Anthony Museum. If Susan B. Anthony were alive today about a speculates she'd probably be on Twitter using her pardon to get women out to vote in November. Liz Baker, NPR NEWS, Rochester, New York. As the convention's go, virtual morning edition is sitting down with voters to hear what keeps them up at night and how that might influence the vote in November. That story and more tomorrow on morning edition. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Daniel, you're hearing all things considered on public radio 5 18 time to check in on traffic.
"susan b" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Or those of you who are foodies and I know if you don't consider yourself a food, do you like food? Some of our most popular episodes are when we bring on people who own restaurants or who are chefs and my guest today. Is kind of a combination. She's not a chef. She's married to a chef. This is Susan g young park, and she and her husband are the owners of a very unusual Taco place near the campus is called. I think I'm saying this right Revolucionario? Is that correct? Yes, it's a revolutionary on North African Tacos on. At one, four, three, six, West Jefferson, boulevard currently were only open on weekends, Saturdays, and Sundays for pick up orders only from noon till three, and actually I am a chef to learn more. Oh okay. Okay. Yeah. Well, you know, I definitely want to do a deep dive. Into, your establishment. But you know since we're recording this in early May and is still during the whole shutdown, and this is a restaurant I gotta ask you because we'll put this out relatively soon. This episode I have to ask you like, how has it been for you guys with the shutdown with the limited time that you're open. How's that going? It's been very, very asymmetric call. Because I also have. Started a nonprofit at the end of February and a lot of people keep asking me how I knew to start early with the Asian. American. Specific food. Bank. It's because I am an Asian American person. Who? WHO also owns also Asian American <hes>. owner. And I. My restaurant is near USC SO I. Get to talk to a lot of. Asian, American, and Asian international students. So my restaurant very community driven. So. As an Asian American person business owner and somebody who speaks to Asian American students in Asian international students on a regular basis. You know I could feel the of sacks of you know, the the Wuhan Virus China virus. Right one international news broke in <hes> in December, and I can feel it affecting my business to I can feel it affecting my business, my in store business just tanked. I made it by with a lot of lot of catering more because they kept asking my customers <unk>, helped me out catering orders than. And then <hes> a lot of a Chinese American students in particular in Chinese. International. Students <hes> who come to my restaurant. Started telling me. They just felt really anxious and they had a feeling of like just more isolated, and also I also do a lot of tenants <hes> advocacy work I've been in touch with CCD in. Chinatown. MOM since last year I helped him out occasionally with things at the request as I could see for myself, I mean. Koreatown didn't get hit that bad. Early, a chinatown business in Chinatown just tanked. You know at in December and January some restaurants. It was like ninety nine percent down the streets were empty. There's nobody. And then my friends from the San Gabriel Valley started reporting. The business was down in the San Gabriel Valley. And then it rolled into Korea town. So Koreatown was hit a little bit later. By declining sales and then <hes> in my restaurant to. So January usually means like a huge surge in business. And a lot of my customers are <hes> international students, not as Asian international students, but international students because my husband is also he's a French born Algerian Berber and Berbers indigent people to North Africa. So we also have a lot of European customers in African customers, and because we're North African Taco restaurant, we also have a lot of Mexican Latin next customers so very international. We hear a lot of news from everybody to because we're, I'm a owner operators on that restaurant every day that it's open. So I'm in touch with just. So many different communities. And just business was just was not picking up and beginning in January I started. Reducing, my restaurant hours drastically because it just wasn't worth it. It just wasn't worth it to old. You know just to get all that going and it was like this is not what any you know <hes>. So then I started my food bank initiative I started I started my bag initiative before a stylish on nonprofit. Net Song early I. Think I met her Nebi. Rarity. A month after I had started my <hes> brown bags for all skid row initiative. Because <hes> wins, virus news broke of a mysterious virus mysterious <hes>. You know that's a scare <unk> scare tactic. In China and it's highly infectious in know we live in a global village? and. Experts have been warning about pandemics for a long time and America wouldn't be prepared for one. So my first thought in January was to start my Brown Dad's for everyone initiative for skid row because in an era of pandemic, who do you want to help the most? I, I mean, who should you be healthy? It's the most vulnerable people were most exposed. Then it's going to be homeless in the House to people. And who are the poorest of the poor, the an housed I mean, it's the black residents. Elderly residents are skip Vo. So I, the Brown. Doctrines, <unk> round that for everyone initiative really took off fast because the idea was catchy. People could wrap their mind around like Paquito, Brown bag lunch. You know. So I, had neighborhood associations like four hundred members hanging. Why? Why can't all of us do like ten Brown bags? That's four thousand bomb. Gad's already
"susan b" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"So. Can you tell me some of the pivotal moments along the way? Have you had in other? Obviously, the launch was a huge success. Because you get a hold of media, Love Bond. Were there any big disasters that have happened that? You know that you thought God. Why am I even doing this? Yes. Can you tell you outfit sharing it? You don't have yes, yes, we aim never scared to shea. Will look you know touch food. Thankfully, I've never had any issues technically with the websites. Yeah, so I've never had downtime. But have wanted. And I'm going to sway. What the fuck would I do? Yeah, if my website fell ever. So I do have peace of mind in that. They company that I went with. They strong in that regard technically, and they supported pretty good soy up. But in the last six months since Christmas. Six months into. Mind business, Journey. We had the devastating fines and USTRALIA. Yeah, so we're talking bushfires last. Yes, you have sedan. Awful, hideous terrified exactly And and Anyone, who might be listening outside of Australia? My Mind, you I think it hit the global news pretty quickly, but it was literally. Thirty eight percent of New South Wales. We'll something. The whole east coast of. Victoria went up in flames pretty much between what sort of September last year until end of January early memory this year it was horrific. So to see that loss of life and loss of. Animals and floor, flora and fauna, and the image of the Patriot. I think it was Malikova the ash sheltering on the beach I just felt Why. Am I doing this business? Right. What's the point of? It just felt pointless. It just feels frivolous sometimes. We are talking about life or death, and I'm talking sex toys exactly. How could I be talking about sex? so and then another lady in my horizon that I follow and I'm a huge fan of her right as I think you are as well and that's the. The the fantastic Kate tuned Oh my God. Yes, of any discovered kate in the last six. Love her. I Love I would turn for Kate Kyw if you're listening. She's coming on one of my guests..
"susan b" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"With. Other women who are walking the same palm enroll at different journeys. Yeah, so A. It was a great starting point for me to win our. I needed to learn. About the business basics you getting a name Soda Company structure that sort of stuff, then when I needed to know more about. Social Media. How to do stuff on Instagram Had A manage Content had it can. You know just yeah. That was the best dining point that I've ever experienced and I did join some other groups as well, but I just found the the atmosphere ninety startups. was really warm. Yeah, I would have saved loving as well. Yeah, I guess I should just say as an aside that I have been. I've been sort of like PR mentor for me Friedman's lady startup costs for the last year or so I don't think I'll be doing very much of it going forward. I think I'm just kind of my own little community now, but it is really nurturing group and I. I talk about this unbeaten sale. Go Gills. You're so deluded and wherever you being but I do find. The being a group of women who are all in the same position is incredibly empowering and they Very Generous, just people are very honest about the problems. They're having and asking for help and you know I've just done. My website or go to logo is good one or you know. How do I find a supply of X.? Things on all the time and people jumping and help and I mean one of the other groups that that was fabulous in the early days. I think it's going to be big in the trolls of coming now, but that's like minded bitches, drinking wine, which is a facebook group. And the women in there in the early days, certainly you. I remember saying this to my boyfriend. It's it amazes me that you'll have a woman, so say for instance you've set up your business and you just haven't had sales for ages and you starting to get really depressed. These women are very very honest about how they're feeling, so they come on and they go I set up my website a month ago. I haven't had any sales. Can you go on and have a look and tell me? If. There's anything you can see and women will do that, but the interesting thing to me is not I needed. They offer advice, but in lot of cases they go and purchase. Have you noticed that it happened for friend of mine with the laundry? Brandon, we put up a post saying she's got fifteen thousand dollars worth of stock and she really needed to sell it. And two hundred seventy nine women went on and purchased Gosh. Maybe I should try that you should. It's called Red Star and it's fabulous, but it wasn't that for me. It was more I remember saying to my partner I don't know any other sites other than women's groups that this happens. I reckon boats could go really stuck I. Don't know what to do. No one's bought from my side and all these guys ago. Don't worry about it. We'll go buy some products for you. I. Think happens like that. And my theory Gills that women. We're comfortable with being well. That's not quite the right whitest audit. Were used to being vulnerable in many different ways Yep Acai and Way more open to sharing that and we're more open to receiving help yes, more open for receiving feedback. So So, if anyone listening to a podcast, today would like to help support a woman who fifties. I set out to Stan business to build her financial future, because after divorce and health autumn have not rolling in money. Then, please visit the to dot. And, have some found yourself with the vibrator or something exactly..
"susan b" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"I look picked up about three thousand hits on my website within a couple of days amazing, and then what sort of invasion right do you get from three thousand hits? Would you get like all anew? You know we're like I'M GONNA. Tell You I don't WanNa. Put you on the spot, so you can tell me to wreck off as well, but otherwise I guess I'm thinking. I mean I can't give you a percentage. But I, would they be five or ten sales out of? That would be about five thousand one hundred. Ten or twelve people saw up a more rust on the back-off, just that one appearance and that was just true. this social channels that amazing validating when you start getting those sales coming through and you go. Oh God. I did make the right decision. Can We? Can we segue into pinterest because that's been? Wherever you likes great. How you've got it at there, so. Interest! I K. Pinterest of Non Abet Pinterest for years, but I've never actually participated in it the just. To look at things. and it was that died. We had they The PR, so we have. We have a mentoring sessions every week. Naomi Lambert. Who runs the cool to be kind? told us that she was getting amazing results from pinterest and we will win God that website even happening, and who would even look at it I just thought it was funny. Little people like knitting or graphic design putting up photos, and then she and you well. She started talking about it and you gave it. A Guy came back the next weekend when Omaha gold. look I'm just going to pull up some sure so for second but but he guy that's now the benefit of women coming together and sharing the knowledge because online from pinterest. I saw a late in Moi website visits and Couple of styles and but sawn up small anything rights. Signing up to a newsletter or something, I'm on newsletter song-chol sign. Said now I signed up to pinterest around the first of March this year. This year's a range what three weeks before the pandemic but? Starting to get weeded the papers this. So my title audience during that time is just being about fifteen to start a fifteen thousand paypal. Okay and out of that and look I. Really Dot ny about the comparisons here on conversions and engagement, but about twelve hundred have been engaged..
"susan b" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"Are really artistic, but you can't read them died, so that was that would be one thing. I would prevent. Give his advice on Jewish. You need glasses of champagne. I know I do I've got a little frog in my throat, but luckily I've got some orange juice, which is probably better for me. Good choosing your platform for your e commerce. I I really looking back I regret. The amount of money I spent on my website. Right I kind now. I've got a good were websites, but I think I could have achieved. An equal result had gone down a different pathway of taking something Adema box ready to go. They. They took her my platform, and they did a lot of changes to it. So That's interesting. That's an interesting insight that in hindsight you reckon the stuff that comes at you. Talk like a wordpress or something like you. Tweak it as opposed to build the whole thing from scratch. Yeah, actually went through platform, the head of thane ready to go. But the design of the website that I had developed with mom graphic designer. Required a lot of changes to the fain that was available right, and so that's where the money was spent on those develop a change and so forth. Whereas if I had just gone with some unlike Sherifi all a wordpress platform, go for an e commerce platform, yes. So do have an E.. M. On an e commerce platform here in Australia. But because I tweaked it a lot to get it to, the while wanted to bay. in hindsight I would have to stuck with the the the simple fame, and just made changes down the track yet always learnings.
"susan b" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"So being a first time entrepreneur. had a lot of identified with myself I had a lot of knowledge gaps. About how to register business headache name sorted Finances will will go a company. Will it goes assault writer What do I need? A website had a research market had a research, the product range, and all that and that was a huge learning journey, which on you couldn't do if I was working fulltime and I take my hat off to any woman who? Starts Pie retail business while holding down a fulltime job because the high I would say any business almost. That you do while you're trying to do? A fulltime job is hard, and and certainly in my case, I had an agency and I set up handy your own pr on the side, and it never really took off until I left the other job. It just doesn't but anyway keep going so super. We we we bought you borrowed some money. You've taken six months off. You've done a whole lot of research and stuff. What do you do next? Okay, we'll probably the smartest thing on indeed was find a very good graphic designer. Who Developed my brain slugger? Which is beautiful we we met for good chat first of all and I her about what my philosophy was around business. About my values and saiful? And she came back to me with this law guy that when I first saw at jewels my. dolittle lurch all that she universal. So it was that initial gut feeling straightaway and she had Dot Horizon Research and she came back with Gingko leaves. because. They represent longevity and resilience, which is when you're an older personal living with disability, if two very key crucial elements to life. and not just loved it, and so that was probably the most enjoyable component. And phase of creating the sponsor boudoir was gun through that design phase and I think also once you have a logo. It sort of makes it very real, doesn't it? It W just like. Now I can imagine that letterhead like I I can see a website logo like that this is. happening. It takes Olas Fairy airy gut feelings into something really concrete. So on, so yeah, another. That was probably. The Best Money I've spent Where would you like me to go next so next? I'd like to know right, so you've got a logo. And then what did you do you created? I guess what I'm interested in is not so much the process as some of the things that you've learned because all we're trying to do now is empower other women as well I. Mean, what happened that? Where would they interesting points in your journey towards setting up Schule? Well definitely getting the logo right yes. Because, that's a big investment in one of the best pieces of advice are received about choosing the right logo. was. To look at the. Lai Guy in. As if it was also Sony Jonah Business. Knife and Kane. Same Laga will print up beautifully. For on the back of a bus bus shelter or assign. Are Look sometimes at logo all his I really beautiful. scripting fonts that are really artistic, but you can't read them died, so that was that would be one thing. I would prevent. Give his advice on Jewish. You need glasses of champagne..
"susan b" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"I think it is lifting I agree. I think there are women now who got so fed up with the tack of the Triple X. Porn kind of? Shop that. They are probably the last fifteen or twenty years. I reckon there's been women setting up these kind of things, but I don't know anyone that's targeting older people and disabled people so. That's Roy and I did that. Because when I was doing my research, it became obvious to me very clearly that all the paypal and people with disability considered to be a sexual by society and by the major advertising industry. So that's what I want to change. and I felt that people in those markets didn't actually have a retailer focusing on them, and they needs and I mean. I'd have to say over fifty I mean. Maybe it's just because I'm over fifty, but like I didn't feel like that's old at all. We just really reaching our sexual prime that age I people used to say enough thirties, but I reckon it get. It gets better and better as you get older. It. Does juice look I'm fifty three this year. And I've never felt more powerful in my whole life than I do now. Off The bat. Eighty. I'll be even stronger. Yeah, yeah. So, so that was the moment that you decided to start Your Business Oh. What happened from there? So you speak to this person who wants to sell their shop and tell me what happened after that. K.. Brian Spock. I made it Louis. mcgary failing was talent telling me. Not to take that business that I could do something better, brive and the name. The sponsor Boudoir was just popping into my head. Constantly. And so the first thing I did was I went and checked the business name register, and so forth and the dot com, the dot com a you. It was all available so I took it as a sign. That was meant for me, and so I grabbed, it went on could yeah. And then Still Not one hundred percent convinced. That this was the right move because like my mom is still alive. How do I tell her mom? I'm going to open up. That is the most beautiful thing to say because. Isn't it funny? You would think at the ripe old age of fifty three that you wouldn't really care what your mother thought about it. And especially as you've just said and I'm own myself and all the rest of it, but we are all that well I. Am with my mom as well. You know and I have maybe your friends. That might be sneaking a cigarette, but they don't want their mother to know. We still young. We just never really grow out of that in some ways. She's alive and you didn't know how to tell her. All right so. Some. Wasn't part of my decision making, but the woman that I came across. This is someone who's The turning point in making that decision. was came across Jain Price. Who is a senior at advocate, senior six advocate in the US and join the seventy six this year, and my Mama's molly mom will be eighty, the Shia Roy and it just I just felt well. If giant can be out there, talking about sex, giving demonstrations around..
"susan b" Discussed on KGO 810
"Luck at winning the luck of the Irish giveaway the nineteenth amendment to the constitution giving women the right to vote is known as the Susan B. Anthony amendment she was a leading voice in the women's suffrage movement and once wrote there never will be a complete equality into women themselves help to make the laws and elect lawmakers she's clearly is one of the heroines she knew that failure was impossible we salute one of the founders of the women's right movement Susan B..
"susan b" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"That's the pay equity that if you talk about people think you're complaining you know why are you complaining about talk about hey right when you're talking millions of dollars except most of us brown actors are not in the seven figure range like a couple but affects every step to the tank pennies on the dollar so whether you're making millions of dollars or you know you're making sag minimum it's still a difference that is felt in our homes that needs to be addressed and it you know we we often talk about the suffrage movement and in other like susan b anthony i'm like i don't i know no black woman references susan b anthony we'll see if you actually know about susan b anthony trot harass out you know every every election year because she kind of really was adamant about like black people not voting so it's kind of like we need the vote no no no not you lady node latina's no aiden no we're when i mean women i mean white white women and that's where we always have to keep reminding every movement that there has to be intersection ality otherwise it's it's it's a moment that just happening in your mind as opposed to a real movement that's actually inclusive ineffective the metoo movement is heading in different types of intersection ality some positive some negative some people the way they come into our kelly's being called out right now i think you've called them out.